Biogeography and Diversity of Interactions in Soil "BioDIS" Team - iEES Paris

The objectives of BIOgeography and Diversity of Interactions in Soil (BioDis) team is to analyse these interactions in their environmental context in order to better understand the functioning and evolution of soils.

The strategy that we have adopted is to study biotic interactions, whilst accounting for the abiotic constraints that regulate or modulate these interactions, in three fields of analysis :

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Caption:The BioDIS team investigates intra- and inter- soil functional group (plants, earthworms, microbial communities) interactions. We are interested in functional, spatial and temporal aspects of these interactions.

Soil is a complex system that is the greatest reservoir of biodiversity on earth. It is a fundamental part of terrestrial ecosystems and provides ecosystem services that are of great importance to society, such as food production, the provision of clean water or the dissipation and recycling of

Soil is a highly spatially structured environment in which a multitude of different micro-habitats exist. The physical structure of solid and pore space results in a complex distribution of oxygen, water films and gradients of solutes spanning distances a small as a few micrometers. These environments exist in a highly dynamic state as microbial activity, plant root growth, earthworms or alterations in the water status can all affect their physicochemical properties of the environments and their diversity. This means that the constraints to which soil biological units are subjected can vary rapidly, which in turn can affect their activity and evolutionary trajectories.

The concept of habitat and habitat interacting with biological activity is therefore central to the relationship between biodiversity, and biological functioning and evolution is highly dependent on interactions between biological units and their habitat, more so in soil than in other systems.
Soil ecology must therefore account for interactions between the biotic and abiotic components and well as interactions among organisms.

Team publications

Only applies to publications from 2017 to present. To see all the publications go to the Publications page.

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Fourcade Y.* (2021) Fine-tuning niche models matters in invasion ecology. A lesson from the land planarian Obama nungara. Ecological Modelling, 457: 109686,
10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2021.109686Ecological ModellingBioDISDCFE
Zhang, N., Nunan, N.*, Hirsch, P.R., Sun B., Zhou J., Liang Y. (2021) Theory of microbial coexistence in promoting soil–plant ecosystem health. Biology & Fertility of Soils, (sous presse)​
10.1007/s00374-021-01586-wBiology & Fertility of SoilsBioDISDCFE
​Mbé, B., Monga, O., Pot, V., Otten, W., Hecht, F., Raynaud, X.*, Nunan, N.*, Chenu, C., Baveye, P.C., & Garnier, P. 2021. Scenario modelling of carbon mineralization in3D soil architecture at the microscale: Toward an accessibility coefficient of organic matter for bacteria. European Journal of Soil Science. 10.1111/ejss.13144European Journal of Soil ScienceBioDISDCFE ; EERIDCFE ; EMSDCFE
​Hugoni M, Nunan N*, Thioulouse J, Dubost A, Abrouk D, Martins JMF, Goffner D, Prigent-Combaret C, Grundmann G (2021) Small-Scale Variability in Bacterial Community Structure in Different Soil Types. Microbial Ecology (sous presse)10.1007/s00248-020-01660-0
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Microbial EcologyBioDISDCFE
​Nakhle, P.; Boithias, L.; Pando-Bahuon, A*.; Thammahacksa,C.`; Gallion, N.; Sounyafong, P`.; Silvera, N*.; Latsachack, K.`; Soulileuth,B.`; Rochelle-Newall, E.J*.; Marcangeli, Y;* Pierret, A*; Ribolzi, O*. Decay Rate of Escherichia coli in a
Mountainous Tropical Headwater Wetland. Water 2021, 13, 2068., https://doi.org/10.3390/w13152068
10.3390/w13152068WaterBioDISDCFE ; CoMiCDCFE ; EMSDCFE ; FESTSols_ZC
Fourcade, Y*, Astrom S, Öckinger E (2021) Decline of parasitic and habitat-specialist species drives taxonomic, phylogenetic and functional homogenization of sub-alpine bumblebee communities. Oecologia, 196: 905-917, 10.1007/s00442-021-04970-310.1007/s00442-021-04970-3OecologiaBioDISDCFE
​Kleber, M., Bourg, I.C., Coward, E.K., Hansel, C.M., Myneni, S.C.B., Nunan, N*., 2021. Dynamic interactions at the mineral–organic matter interface. Nature Reviews Earth & Environment. 10.1038/s43017-021-00162-y
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Fourcade Y.*, WallisDeVries M.F., Kuussaari M., Van Swaay C.A.M., Heliölä J., Öckinger E. (2021) Habitat amount and distribution modify community dynamics under climate change. Ecology Letters, 24, 950-95710.1111/ele.13691
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Ecology LettersBioDISDCFE
Laurie Boithias, Yves Auda, Stéphane Audry, Jean-Pierre Bricquet, Alounsavath Chanhphengxay`, Vincent Chaplot,  Anneke de Rouw*, Thierry Henry des Tureaux*, Sylvain Huon*, Jean-Louis Janeau*, Keooudone Latsachack`, Yann Le Troquer*, Guillaume Lestrelin, Jean-Luc Maeght, Pierre Marchand, Pierre Moreau, Andrew Noble, Anne Pando-Bahuon*, Kongkeo Phachomphon`, Khambai Phanthavong`, Alain Pierret*, Olivier Ribolzi, Jean Riotte, Henri Robain*, Emma Rochelle-Newall*, Saysongkham Sayavong`, Oloth Sengtaheuanghoung`, Norbert Silvera*, Nivong Sipaseuth`, Bounsamay Soulileuth`, Xaysatith Souliyavongsa`, Phapvilay Sounyaphong`, Sengkeo Tasaketh`, Chanthamousone Thammahacksa`, Jean-Pierre Thiebaux, Christian Valentin*, Olga Vigiak, Marion Viguier^, Khampaseuth Xayyathip`.(2021) The Multiscale TROPIcal CatchmentS critical zone observatory M-TROPICS dataset II: Land use, hydrology and sediment production monitoring in Houay Pano, northern Lao PDR. Hydrological Processes. 2021;35:e14126.10.1002/hyp.14126
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Hydrological ProcessesBioDISDCFE ; CoMiCDCFE ; FESTSols_ZC ; F2ZCSols_ZC
Maggia M.-E., Decaëns T., Lapied E., Dupont L.*, Roy V.*, Schimann H., Orivel J., Murienne J., Baraloto C., Cottenie K., Steinke D. At each site its diversity: DNA barcoding reveals remarkable earthworm diversity in neotropical rainforests of French Guiana. Applied Soil Ecology, 164 : 10393210.1016/j.apsoil.2021.103932Applied Soil EcologyBioDISDCFE
​Kheir M., Lerch T.Z.*, Borsali A.H., Roche P., Ziarelli F., Zouidi M., Farnet Da Silva A.M. (2021) Litter microbial responses to climate change: how do inland or coastal context and litter type matter across the Mediterranean? Ecological Indicators 125: 10750510.1016/j.ecolind.2021.107505Ecological IndicatorsBioDISDCFE
​Nakhle P., Ribolzi O., Boithias L., Rattanavong S., Auda Y., Sayavong S., Zimmermann R., Soulileuth B., Pando A*., Thammahacksa C., Rochelle-Newall E.J.*, Santini W., Martinez J-M., Gratiot N., Pierret A*.(2021) “Effects of hydrological regime and land use on in-stream Escherichia coli concentration in the Mekong basin, Lao PDR”. Scientific Reports, 11:3460.10.1038/s41590-021-82891-0Scientific ReportsBioDISDCFE ; CoMiCDCFE
​Sisouvanh P’, Trelo-Ges V’., Isarangkool Na Ayutthaya S’., Pierret A.*, Nunan N*., Silvera N.*, Xayyathip K’., Hartmann C*. (2021) Can organic amendments improve soil physical characteristics and increase maize performances in contrasting soil water regimes? Agriculture, 11, 132.10.3390/agriculture11020132AgricultureCoMiCDCFE ; BioDISDCFE ; F2ZCSols_ZC
Nakhle P., Ribolzi O., Boithias L., Rattanavong S.’, Auda Y., Sayavong S.’, Zimmermann R.E., Soulileuth B.’, Pando A*., Tammahacksa C’., Rochelle-Newall E.*, Santinin W., Martinez J.-M., Gratiot N., Pierret A.* (2021) Effects of hydrological regime and land use on in-stream Escherichia coli concentration in the Mekong basin, Lao PDR, Scientific Reports – Nature 11:3460 10.1038/s41598-021-82891-0​Scientific ReportsCoMiCDCFE ; BioDISDCFE
​Shi A, Chakrawal A, Manzoni S, Fischer BMC, Nunan N*, Herrmann AH (2021) Substrate spatial heterogeneity reduces soil microbial activity. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 152, 10806810.1016/j.soilbio.2020.108068
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Soil Biology and BiochemistryBioDISDCFE
Pham T.`°, Rumpel C.*, Capowiez Y., Jouquet P.*, Pelosi C., Pando A.*, Aroui Boukdiba H.*, Bottinelli N.*. (2021). Mid-infraned spectroscopy of earthworm bodies to investigate their species belonging and their relationship with the soil they inhabit. Applied Soil Ecology 162.10.1016/j.apsoil.2021.103894
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Applied Soil EcologyBioDISDCFE ; FESTSols_ZC
Guttières R~, Nunan N*, Raynaud X*, Lacroix G*, Barot S*, Barré P, Girardin C, Guenet B, Lata J-C*, Abbadie L*. 2021. Temperature and soil management effects on carbon fluxes and priming effect intensity. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 153: 10810310.1016/j.soilbio.2020.108103
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Soil Biology and BiochemistryEMSDCFE ; BioDISDCFE
Alhajeri B., Fourcade Y.*, Upham N. S., Alhaddad H. (2020) A global test of Allen’s rule in Rodents. Global Ecology & Biogeography​​, 29: 2248-2260
10.1111/geb.13198Global Ecology & Biogeography​BioDISDCFE
Foti L~, Barot S*, Gignoux J*, Grimaldi M*, Lata J-C*, Lerch T.Z.*, Nold F, Nunan N*, Raynaud X*, Abbadie L*, Dubs F* 2020. Topsoil characteristics of forests and lawns along an urban-rural gradient in the Paris region. Soil Use and Management: 1-13 10.1111/sum.12640
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Soil Use and ManagementEMSDCFE ; BioDISDCFE ; FESTSols_ZC
​Frerejacques M., Rousselle C., Gauthier L., Cottet-Emard S., Derobert L., Roynette A., Lerch T.Z.*, Changey F. (2020) Human skin bacterial community response to probiotic (Lactobacillus reuteri DSM 17938) introduction. Microorganisms 8, 122310.3390/microorganisms8081223
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MicroorganismsBioDISDCFE
Widhalm T., Fourcade Y.*, Frank T., Öckinger, E. (2020) Population dynamics of the butterfly Pyrgus armoricanus after translocation beyond its northern range margin. Insect Conservation and Diversity, 13: 617-629
10.1111/icad.12430Insect Conservation and DiversityBioDISDCFE
​Borsali A.H., Lerch T.Z.*, Besbes R., Gros R., Laffont-Schwob I., Boudenne J.L., Ziarelli F., Pando A.*, Farnet Da Silva A.M. (2021)  Coastal environments shape chemical and microbial properties of forest litters in circum Mediterranean region assessment. European Journal of Soil 72: 1010-102510.1111/ejss.13023
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European Journal of Soil ScienceBioDISDCFE
Changey F^., Blaud A., Pando A*., Herrmann A., Lerch T.Z.*. (2020). Monitoring soil microbial communities using molecular tools: DNA extraction methods may offset long-term management effects. European Journal of Soil Science 72: 1026-104110.1111/ejss.13026
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European Journal of Soil ScienceBioDISDCFE
​Lehmann, J., Hansel, C.M., Kaiser, C., Kleber, M., Maher, K., Manzoni, S., Nunan, N., Reichstein, M., Schimel, J.P., Torn, M.S., Wieder, W.R., Kögel-Knabner, I., 2020. Persistence of soil organic carbon caused by functional complexity. Nat. Geosci. 13, 529–534.10.1038/s41561-020-0612-3
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Nature GeoscienceBioDISDCFE
Fourcade Y.*, Richardson D.S., Secondi J. (2020) No evidence for a loss of genetic diversity despite a strong decline in size of a European population of the corncrake Crex crex. Bird Conservation International, 30: 260-266


10.1017/S0959270919000327Bird Conservation InternationalBioDISDCFE
Célini L.*, Roy V.*, Delabie J., Frechault S.*, Mora P.* (2020). Présence de Solenopsis globularia (F. Smith, 1858) et Cardiocondyla emeryi Forel, 1881 (Formicidae : Myrmicinae) dans l’île de Saint Barthélemy aux Antilles Françaises. Bulletin de la Société Entomologique de France, 125 (2) : 145 162.​10.32475/bsef_2061Bulletin de la Société Entomologique de FranceBioDISDCFE ; ESEAEEcoEvo
Nunan N, Schmidt H, Raynaud X. 2020. The ecology of heterogeneity: soil bacterial communities and C dynamics. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 375: 20190249.10.1098/rstb.2019.0249
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Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological SciencesEMSDCFE ; BioDISDCFE
Pruvost C.~
, Mathieu J.*, Nunan N.,* Gigon A.*, Pando A.*, Lerch T.Z.*, Blouin M. 2020.Tree growth and macrofauna colonization in Technosols constructed from recycled urban wastes. Ecological Engineering, 153, 105886​
10.1016/j.ecoleng.2020.105886
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Ecological EngineeringBioDISDCFE ; EERIDCFE
​Taheri S.~, Decaëns T., Cunha L., Brown G.G., Da Silva E., Bartz M.L.C., Baretta D., Dupont L.* (2020) Genetic evidence of multiple introductions and mixed reproductive strategy in the peregrine earthworm Pontoscolex corethrurus. Biological Invasions, 22 : 2545-255710.1007/s10530-020-02270-0
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Biological InvasionsBioDISDCFE
Chakrawal, A., Herrmann, A.M., Koestel, J., Jarsjö, J., Nunan, N., Kätterer, T., Manzoni, S., 2020. Dynamic upscaling of decomposition kinetics for carbon cycling models. Geoscientific Model Development 13, 1399–1429.10.5194/gmd-13-1399-2020
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Geoscientific Model DevelopmentBioDISDCFE
Baudrin G.°, Roy V.*, Gigon A.*, Dupont L.* (2020) Bar-HRM for identification of cryptic earthworm species. Pedobiologia – Journal of Soil Ecology, 80: 15063410.1016/j.pedobi.2020.150634Journal of Soil EcologyBioDISDCFE
Audusseau H.^, Vandenbulcke F., Dume C.°, Deschins V.°, Pauwels M., Gigon A.*, Bagard M.*, Dupont L.* (2020) Impacts of metallic trace elements on an earthworm community in an urban wasteland: Emphasis on the bioaccumulation and genetic characteristics in Lumbricus castaneus. Science of the Total Environnement, 718 : 13725910.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.137259
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Science of the Total EnvironmentBioDISDCFE ; APCEIPE
​Brunel C., Gros R., Lerch T.Z.*, Farnet Da Silva A.M. (2020) Changes in soil organic matter and microbial communities after fine and coarse residues inputs from Mediterranean tree species. Applied Soil Ecology 149: 10351610.1016/j.apsoil.2020.103516
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Applied Soil EcologyBioDISDCFE
Paradelo R., Lerch T.Z.*, Houot S., Dignac M.-F.* (2019) Composting modifies the patterns of incorporation of OC and N from plant residues into soil aggregates. Geoderma, 353: 415-422. 10.1016/j.geoderma.2019.07.025
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Lerch T.Z.*, Dignac M.-F.*, Thevenot M., Mguerchi C.°, Houot S. (2019) Chemical changes during composting of plant residues reduce their mineralisation in soil and cancel the priming effect. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 136: 107525. 10.1016/j.soilbio.2019.107525
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Soil Biology and BiochemistryCoMiCDCFE ; BioDISDCFE
Changey F., Meglouli H., Fontaine J., Magnin-Robert M., Lerch T.Z.*, Lounès-Hadj Sahraoui A. (2019) Initial microbial status modulates mycorrhizal inoculation effect on rhizosphere microbial communities. Mycorrhiza 29(5): 475-487.10.1007/s00572-019-00914-1
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MycorrhizaBioDISDCFE
​Clement, C~., Pierret A*., Maeght JL., Hartmann C*., Xayyathip K’., Soulileuth B’., Sounyafong P.’, Latsachack K’., Thammahacksa C’., Sengtaheuanghoung O’.  (2019) Linking tree‐rooting pro les to leaf phenology: a first attempt on Tectona Grandis Linn F. Trees 33, pages 1491–1504 (2019).10.1007/s00468-019-01876-9
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TreesCoMiCDCFE ; BioDISDCFE
Alhajeri B.H., Fourcade Y.* (2019) High correlation between species-level environmental data estimates extracted from IUCN expert range maps and from GBIF occurrence data. Journal of Biogeography, 46: 1329-1341

10.1111/jbi.13619Journal of BiogeographyBioDISDCFE
Dupont L.*, Pauwels M., Dume C.°, Deschins V.°, Audusseau H.^, Gigon A.*, Dubs F., Vandenbulcke F. (2019) Genetic variation of the epigeic earthworm Lumbricus castaneus populations in urban soils of the Paris region (France) revealed using eight newly developed microsatellite markers. Applied Soil Ecology, 135 : 33-3710.1016/j.apsoil.2018.11.004
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James S.W., Bartz M.L.C., Stanton D.W.G., Conrado A.C.,Dupont L.*,Taheri S.~, Da Silva E., Cunha L., Brown G.G. (2019) A neotype for Pontoscolex corethrurus (Müller, 1857) (Clitellata). Zootaxa, 4545 (1) : 124-13210.11646/zootaxa.4545.1.7
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Schmidt, H., Nunan, N.*, Höck, A., Eickhorst, T., Kaiser, C., Woebken, D., Raynaud, X.*, 2018. Recognizing Patterns: Spatial Analysis of Observed Microbial Colonization on Root Surfaces. Frontiers in Environmental Science 6.10.3389/fenvs.2018.00061
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Frontiers in Environmental ScienceBioDISDCFE ; EMSDCFE
Fourcade Y.* ,Åström S., Öckinger E. (2019) Climate and land-cover change alter bumblebee species richness and community composition in subalpine areas. Biodiversity and Conservation, 28: 639–653


10.1007/s10531-018-1680-1Biodiversity and ConservationBioDISDCFE
Fourcade Y.*, BesnardA.G., Beslot E., Hennique S., Mourgaud G., Berdin G., Secondi J (2018) Habitat selection in a dynamic seasonal environment: Vegetation composition drives the choice of the breeding habitat for the community of passerines in floodplain grasslands. Biological Conservation, 228: 301-309

10.1016/j.biocon.2018.11.007Biological ConservationBioDISDCFE
Baveye, P.C., Otten, W., Kravchenko, A., Balseiro-Romero, M., Beckers, É., Chalhoub, M., Darnault, C., Eickhorst, T., Garnier, P., Hapca, S., Kiranyaz, S., Monga, O., Mueller, C.W., Nunan, N.*, Pot, V., Schlüter, S., Schmidt, H., Vogel, H.-J., 2018. Emergent Properties of Microbial Activity in Heterogeneous Soil Microenvironments: Different Research Approaches Are Slowly Converging, Yet Major Challenges Remain. Frontiers in Microbiology 9​10.3389/fmicb.2018.01929
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Frontiers in MicrobiologyBioDISDCFE
Van Groenigen, J.W., Agnelli, A., Bai, J., Capowiez, Y., Cayuela, M., Kögel-Knabner, I., Laird, D., McBratney, A., Morgan, C., Nater, E.A., Nunan, N., Said-Pullicino, D., Vepraskas, M., 2018. Citation stacking in soil science articles: our response to the open letter by concerned early-career soil scientists. Geoderma 328, 119–120.10.1016/j.geoderma.2018.03.023GeodermaBioDISDCFE
Obiakara M.C., Fourcade Y.* (2018) Climatic niche and potential distribution of Tithonia diversifolia (Hemsl.) A. Gray in Africa. PlosOne, 13: e0202421


10.1371/jourl.pone.0202421PLoS ONEBioDISDCFE
Sengtaheuanghoung O., Ribolzi O., Rochelle-Newall E. J.*, Boithias L., Evrard O., Henri-des-Tureaux T.*, Huon S.*, Janeau J.-L*., Latsachack K*., Lefèvre I., Mouche E., Robain H.*, de Rouw A.*, Xayyathip K.*, Silvera N.*, Sisouvanh P~., Soulileuth B.*, Sounyafong P*., Thammahacksa C*., Viguier M., Lacombe G., Valentin C. & Pierret. A.*, Interactions between land use, fluxes of water and sediments, and the spread of bacterial contaminants in the uplands of northern Lao PDR. In: Nations, F. A. O. (ed) Proceedings of the Global Symposium on Soil Pollution 2018, Rome, Italy, 2018. FAO, p 976.FAO EditionsCoMiCDCFE ; BioDISDCFE ; F2ZCSols_ZC ; FESTSols_ZC
​Changey F.^, Bagard M.*, Souleymane M.°, Lerch T.Z.* (2018) Cascading effects of elevated ozone on wheat rhizosphere microbial communities depend on temperature and cultivar sensitivity. Environmental Pollution 242: 113-12510.1016/j.envpol.2018.06.073
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Environmental PollutionBioDISDCFE ; EcoPhySIPE
Porco D., Chang C.-H.,Dupont L.*, James S., Richard B. , Decaëns T. (2018) A reference library of DNA barcodes for the earthworms from Upper Normandy: Biodiversity assessment, new records, potential cases of cryptic diversity and ongoing speciation. Applied Soil Ecology, 124 : 362-37110.1016/j.apsoil.2017.11.001
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Taheri S.~, James S.W., Roy V.*, Decaëns T., Williams B.W., Anderson F., Rougerie R., Chang C.-H., Brown G. G., Cunha L., Stanton D. W. G., Silva E.D., Chen J.-H., Lemmon A., Bartz M., Baretta D., Barois I., Lapied E., Coulis M., Dupont L.* (2018) Complex taxonomy of the ‘brush tail’ peregrine earthworm Pontoscolex corethrurus. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 124, 60-70.
10.1016/j.ympev.2018.02.021
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Mathieu J.*, Caro G.~ & Dupont L.* (2018) Methods for studying earthworm dispersal. Applied Soil Ecology, 123 : 339-34410.1016/j.apsoil.2017.09.006
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Fougeyrollas R.~, Dolejšová K., Křivánek J., Sillam-Dussès D.*, Roisin Y., Hanus R., Roy V. *(2018) Dispersal and mating strategies in two neotropical soil-feeding termites, Embiratermes neotenicus and Silvestritermes minutus (Termitidae, Syntermitinae). Insectes Sociaux, 65, 251-262.10.1007/s00040-018-0606-y
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Milcu A.; Puga-Freitas R*.; Ellison A.M., Blouin M., Scheu S., Girin T., Freschet G.T., Rose L., Scherer-Lorenzen M., Barot S*., Lata J-C*., Cesarz S., Eisenhauer N., Gigon A*.,Weigelt A., Hansart A., Greiner A., Pando A*., Gessler A.,  Grignani C., Assandri D., Gleixner G., Le Galliard J-F*., Urban-Mead K., Laura Zavattaro L., MüllerM.E.H., LangeM., Martin Lukac M., Bonkowski M., Mannerheim N., Buchmann N.,  Butenschoen O., Rotter P., Seyhun R., Devidal S., Kayler Z., and J Roy J.(2018).Genotypic variability enhances the reproducibility of an ecological study.  Nature Ecology and Evolution. 2, p279–28710.1038/s41559-017-0434-x
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Nature Ecology and EvolutionBioDISDCFE ; EMSDCFE ; EcoPhySIPE ; VPAEcoEvo
Taheri S.~, Pelosi C.,Dupont L.* (2018) Harmful or useful ? A case study of the exotic peregrine earthworm morphospeciesPontoscolex corethrurus. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 116: 277-28910.1016/j.soilbio.2017.10.030
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​Agapit, C.~, Gigon, A.*, Puga-Freitas, R.*, Zeller, B., Blouin, M. Plant-earthworm interactions: influence of age and proportion of casts in the soil on plant growth, morphology and nitrogen uptake. Plant Soil 424, 49–61 (2018).10.1007/s11104-017-3544-y
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Fourcade Y.*, Besnard A.G., Secondi J. (2018) Paintings predict the distribution of species, or the challenge of selecting environmental predictors and evaluation statistics. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 27: 245-256



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Jouquet P*., Pando A*.; Aroui H*.; Harit A.`^; Capowiez Y.; Bottinelli N*.2017. Evidence from Mid-Infrared Spectroscopy (MIRS) that the biological fingerprints of Odontotermes obesus termite colonies change according to their geographical location and age. (2017). Insectes Sociaux 65:77–8410.1007/s00040-017-0589-0
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Deeb M.~, Desjardins T.*, Podwojewski P.*, Pando A.*, Blouin M., Lerch T.Z.* (2017) Interactive effects of compost, plants and earthworms on aggregation in constructed Technosols. Geoderma 305: 305–31310.1016/j.geoderma.2017.06.014
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GeodermaBioDISDCFE ; FESTSols_ZC
Nunan, N.*, 2017. The microbial habitat in soil: Scale, heterogeneity and functional consequences. Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 180, 425–429.​10.1002/jpln.201700184
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Nunan, N.*, Leloup, J.*, Ruamps, L.S.~, Pouteau, V., Chenu, C., 2017. Effects of habitat constraints on soil microbial community function. Scientific Reports 7.10.1038/s41598-017-04485-z
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Foti L.~, Dubs F.^, Gignoux J.*, Lata J.C.*, Lerch T. Z*, Mathieu J.*, Nold F., Nunan N.*,Raynaud X.*, Abbadie L.*, Barot S.* (2017) Trace metal concentrations along a gradient of urban pressure in forest and lawn soils of the Paris region (France). Science of the Total Environment, 598: 938-94810.1016/j.scitotenv.2017.04.111
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Science of the Total EnvironmentEMSDCFE ; BioDISDCFE ; EERIDCFE
Fourcade Y.*, Ranius T., Öckinger E. (2017) Temperature drives abundance fluctuations, but spatial dynamics is constrained by landscape configuration: implications for climate-driven range shift in a butterfly. Journal of Animal Ecology, 86: 1339-1351



10.1111/1365-2656.12740Journal of Animal EcologyBioDISDCFE
Leloup, J.*, Baude, M.~, Nunan, N.*, Meriguet, J., Dajoz, I.*, Le Roux, X., Raynaud, X.* (2018) Unravelling the effects of plant species diversity and aboveground litter input on soil bacterial communities. Geoderma 317, 1–7.10.1016/j.geoderma.2017.12.018
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GeodermaEMSDCFE ; BioDISDCFE ; EERIDCFE
Vergnes A.^, Blouin M., Muratet A, Lerch T.Z.*, Mendez-Millan M., Rouelle-Castrec M., Dubs F.^ (2017) Initial conditions during Technosol implementation shape earthworms and ants diversity. Landscape and Urban Planning 159 : 32-4110.1016/j.landurbplan.2016.10.002
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Landscape and Urban PlanningBioDISDCFE
Lerch T.Z.*, Chenu C., Dignac M.-F.*, Barriuso E., Mariotti A. (2017) Biofilm vs planktonic lifestyle: consequences on pesticide 2,4-D biodegradation by Cupriavidus necator JMP134.  Frontiers in Microbiology 8 : 9010.3389/fmicb.2017.00904
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Frontiers in MicrobiologyBioDISDCFE ; CoMiCDCFE
​Fougeyrollas R.~, Křivánek J., Roy V.*, Dolejšová K., Frechault S.*, Roisin Y., Hanus R., Sillam-Dussès D. (2017). Asexual queen succession mediates an accelerated colony life cycle in the termite Silvestritermes minutus. Molecular Ecology, 26, 3295–330810.1111/mec.14095
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Molecular EcologyBioDISDCFE ; ESEAEEcoEvo

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Team members

Nom PrénomCorpsEmployeurDépartement et ÉquipeAdresseTéléphoneMél
CAVAUD LouiseDoctoranteUniv. Paris Est CréteilÉquipe BioDIS du Département DCFEUniv. Paris Est Créteil
bâtiment P – 2e étage – bureau : 211
(+33) 01 45 17 16 14louise.cavaud@univ-paris-est.fr
DUPONT LiseMCUniv. Paris Est CréteilÉquipe BioDIS du Département DCFEUniv. Paris Est Créteil
bâtiment P – 4e étage – bureau : 418
(+33) 01 45 17 16 64lise.dupont@u-pec.fr
EL MEKDAD FatimaDoctoranteSorbonne UniversitéÉquipe BioDIS du Département DCFECampus Pierre et Marie Curie – Paris 5e
Tour 44-45 – 2e étage – bureau : 218
(+33) 01 44 27 47 30fatima.el_mekdad@sorbonne-universite.fr
FOURCADE YoanMCUniv. Paris Est CréteilÉquipe BioDIS du Département DCFEUniv. Paris Est Créteil
bâtiment P – 4e étage – bureau : 422
(+33) 01 45 17 14 69yoan.fourcade@u-pec.fr
GERGONNE DamienDoctorantCNRSÉquipe BioDIS du Département DCFEUniv. Paris Est Créteil
bâtiment P – 2e étage – bureau : 211
(+33) 06 40 40 80 89gergonne.damien@gmail.com
GIGON AgnesIEUniv. Paris Est CréteilÉquipe BioDIS du Département DCFEUniv. Paris Est Créteil
bâtiment P – 4e étage – bureau : 422
(+33) 01 45 17 14 69gigon@u-pec.fr
LERCH ThomasMCUniv. Paris Est CréteilÉquipe BioDIS du Département DCFEIRD Bondy
bâtiment A – RDC – bureau : 1
(+33) 01 48 02 79 33thomas.lerch@u-pec.fr
NUNAN NaoiseCRCNRSÉquipe BioDIS du Département DCFECampus Pierre et Marie Curie – Paris 5e
Tour 44-45 – 2e étage – bureau : 212
(+33) 01 44 27 41 06 naoise.nunan@upmc.fr
PANDO AnneIRIRDÉquipe BioDIS du Département DCFEExpatriée à NAFRI/DALaM VIENTIANE LAOS
Bat A – RDC – bureau : 01
(+33) 01 48 02 55 90anne.pando@ird.fr
ROCHA ARAUJO Jose HilarioDoctorantEst-EnsembleÉquipe BioDIS du Département DCFEIRD Bondy
bâtiment B – Sous-sol étage – bureau : 8
(+33) 01 80 25 698jose.araujo@ird.fr
ROY VirginieMCUniv. Paris Est CréteilÉquipe BioDIS du Département DCFEUniv. Paris Est Créteil
bâtiment P – 4e étage – bureau : P4-420
(+33) 01 45 17 16 14roy@u-pec.fr

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