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Abgrall C., Chauvat M., Langlois E., Hedde M., Mouillot D., Salmon S., Winck B., Forey E. (2017) Shifts and linkages of functional diversity between above and belowground compartments along a flooding gradient. Functional Ecology 31, 350-360. pdf

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.

Boigné A., Bureau F., Husté A., Levesque A., Delorme A., Quillet L., Langlois E. (2017) Effects of waterlogging levels on Holcus lanatus response traits in different created topsoils. Flora 234, 106-118.

Bulot A., Potard K., Bureau F., Bérard A., Dutoit T (2017) Ecological restoration by soil transfer: impacts on restored soil profiles and topsoil functions. Restoration Ecology 25, 354-366.

Coulibaly S.F.M., Coudrain V., Hedde M., Brunet N., Mary B., Recous S., Chauvat M. (2017) Effect of different crop management practices on soil Collembola assemblages: a 4-year follow-up. Applied Soil Ecology 119, 354-366. pdf

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.

Hudson L., Newbold T., Chauvat M., et al. (2017) The database of the PREDICTS (Projecting Responses of Ecological Diversity In Changing Terrestrial Systems) project. Ecology and Evolution 7, 145-188.

Le Gall M., Chaput-Bardy A., Husté A. (2017) Context-dependent local movements of the blue-tailed damselfly, Ischnura elegans: effects of pond characteristics and the landscape matrix. Journal of Insect Conservation 21, 243-256.

Sauvadet M., Chauvat M., Brunet N., Bertrand I. (2017) Can changes in litter quality drive soil fauna structure and functions? Soil Biology and Biochemistry 107, 94-103.

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.