Marthe Akpa-Vinceslas


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Poste :
Ingénieur de recherche, Assistant de Prévention

Adresse :
Groupe de Recherche ECODIV
UFR des Sciences et des Techniques
Bâtiment IRESE A, Place Emile Blondel
Université de Normandie
F-76821 Mont Saint Aignan Cedex

Tél : 33 (0)2.35.14.60.17

Fax : 33 (0)2.35.14.66.55

mail : marthe.akpa@univ-rouen.fr















Dernières publications


Aschi A., Aubert M., Riah-Anglet W., Nélieu S., Dubois C., Akpa-Vinceslas M., Trinsoutrot-Gattin I. (2017) Introduction of Faba bean in crop rotation: Impacts on soil chemical and biological characteristics. Applied Soil Ecology 120, 219-228.

Henneron L., Chauvat M., Archaux F., Akpa-Vinceslas M., Bureau F., Dumas Y., Mignot L., Ningre F., Perret S., Richter C, Balandier P., Aubert M. (2017) Plant interactions as biotic drivers of plasticity in leaf litter traits and decomposability of Quercus petraea. Ecological Monographs 87(2), 321-340.

Trap J., Akpa-Vinceslas M., Margerie P., Boudsocq S., Richard F., Decaens T., Aubert M. (2017) Slow decomposition of leaf litter from mature Fagus sylvatica trees promotes offspring nitrogen acquisition by interacting with ectomycorrhizal fungi. Journal of Ecology 105(2), 528-539.

Motard E., Dusz S., Geslin B., Akpa-Vinceslas M., Hignard C., Babiar O., Clair-Maczulajtys D., Michel-Salzat A. (2015) How invasion by Ailanthus altissima transforms soil and litter communities in a temperate forest ecosystem. Biological Invasions., in press.

Crampon M., Bureau F., Akpa-Vinceslas M., Bodilis J., Machour N., Le Derf., Portet-Koltalo F. (2014) Correlations between PAH bioavailability, degrading bacteria and soil characteristics during PAH biodegradation in five diffusely contaminated dissimilar soils. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 21, 8133-8145.

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