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« J’ai pu accéder aux études secondaires puis supérieures grâce à l’École Normale d’Instituteurs de la Seine en 1962 puis l’École Normale Supérieure de Saint-Cloud (aujourd’hui ENS-Lyon) en 1966, après une année de classe préparatoire au Lycée Chaptal à Paris. Ensuite, vint le Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, où je suis entré en... »
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Humus forms in Mediterranean scrublands with Aleppo pine

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In: Soil Science Society of America Journal, 2001, 65 (3), pp.884-896. Commonly reported effects of pine on topsoil include

Evolution and transitions in complexity: the science of ...

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In: Bioscience, 2017, 67 (7), pp.672-674. This book, written with 12 collaborators (biologists, physicists, and philosophers

Leaf decomposition in two semi-evergreen tropical forests: ...

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In: Biology and Fertility of Soils, 2002, 35 (4), pp.247-252. Decomposition processes in tropical semi-evergreen forests are

Interaction between humus form and herbicide toxicity to Collembola ...

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In: Applied Soil Ecology, 2002, 20 (3), pp.239-253. Laboratory experiments were conducted using intact collembolan communities,

Effect of organic manure and the endogeic earthworm Pontoscolex ...

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In: Biology and Fertility of Soils, 2002, 36 (4), pp.313-319. A biofertilisation assay was conducted in Maripasoula (French

Ionic identity of pore water influences pH preference in Collembola

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In: Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 2002, 34 (11), pp.1663-1667. A test system described by Van Straalen and Verhoef [J Appl

Humus Index: an integrated tool for the assessment of forest floor ...

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In: Soil Science Society of America Journal, 2002, 66 (6), pp.1996-2001. A quantitative assessment of forest humus forms is

Humus forms in two secondary semi-evergreen tropical forests

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In: European Journal of Soil Science, 2003, 54 (1), pp.17-24. The dynamics and function of humus forms in tropical forests are

Collembolan communities as bioindicators of land use intensification

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In: Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 2003, 35 (6), pp.813-826. Springtail communities (Hexapoda: Collembola) were sampled in the