Ecological Functioning of Temperate and tropical Soils "FEST" Team - iEES Paris

The main objective of the FEST team is to better understand the interactions between biological actors and the abiotic properties of soils, and the impact of these interactions on the resulting ecosystem services.

In particular, we study the influence of soil engineers (especially earthworms, termites and microbial activity) and their “productions” (biostructures, biopores but also composts and vermicomposts as organic amendments used in the management of agricultural soils ) on the dynamics of abiotic properties of soils and the following essential ecosystem outputs: carbon and water storage and dynamics, plant growth and detachment (erosion) of soils.

For this, our studies are conducted along a pedoclimatic gradient from regions with high annual water deficit to regions with high water excess, relying on the different projects of the UMR iEES Paris (Brazil, Chile, France) and on the nationial and international observatories in Tunisia, India, Thailand, Laos and Vietnam (M-Tropics network) and in Cambodia (Chrey Back Observatory). The activities of the FEST team meet the needs of societies to better preserve their environment, to manage their natural resources in a sustainable manner, and to define sustainable farming practices in productive ecosystems (in accordance with Objectives 2 “Food security”, 15 “Land life”, 13 “Fight against climate change” and 6 “Clean water and sanitation” of Sustainable Development (SDG), and within the framework of the international initiative 4p1000). As part of Doctoral School 129 “Environmental Sciences”, the members of the FEST team are involved in different training: In France, by hosting Master 1 and 2 trainees and teaching at Sorbonne University (Master SDUEE), at Paris-Saclay University (Masters GSSE and CLUES), at UPEC (Master STAAE – IBE), and at the François Rabelais University in Tours (Master STS). Abroad, through student training and teaching at the University of Science and Technology in Hanoi (USTH), within the Faculty of Agriculture of the National University of Laos (NUOL) ) and the University of Khon Kaen (KKU) in Thailand, as well as within the framework of the International North-South Master in Soil Sciences.

If you want to know more about our team: https://fest-soil-ecology.fr/

Team publications

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

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​El Hayany B., El Fels L., Dignac M.-F.*, Quenea K., Rumpel C.*, Hafidi M. (2020) Pyrolysis-GCMS as a tool for maturity evaluation of compost from sewage sludge and green waste. Waste and biomass Valorization. doi:10.1007/s12649-020-01184-1.
10.1007/s12649-020-01184-1
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Waste and biomass Valorization
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Panettieri M., Courtier-Murias D., Rumpel C.,* Dignac M.-F.*, Almendros G., Chabbi A. 2020. Land-use perturbations in ley grassland decouple the degradation of ancient soil organic matter from the storage of newly derived carbon inputs. SOIL Discussions, 1-31. doi:10.5194/soil-2020-16​
10.5194/soil-2020-16​
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SOIL Discussions
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Barthod J.~, Dignac M.-F.*, Le Mer G.~, Bottinelli N.*, Watteau F., Kögel-Knabner I., Rumpel C.* (2020) How do earthworms affect organic matter decomposition in the presence of clay-sized minerals? Soil Biology and Biochemistry
10.1016/j.soilbio.2020.107730
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Ribolzi O., Evrard O., Huon S.*, de Rouw A.*, Silvera N.*, Latsachack K.O.`, Soulileuth B.`, Lefèvre I., Pierret A.*, Lacombe G., Sengtaheuanghoung O.`, Valentin C.* (2017) From shifting cultivation to teak plantation: effect on overland flow and sediment yield in a montane tropical catchment. Scientific Reports, 7: 398710.1038/s41598-017-04385-2
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Grellier, S., Janeau, J.L.*, Nhon, D.H.`, Cuc, N.T.K., Quynh`, L.T.P., Thao, P.T.T.`, Nhu-Trang, T.T.`, Marchand, C., 2017. Changes in soil characteristics and C dynamics after mangrove clearing (Vietnam). Science of the Total Environment 593, 654-663.10.1016/j.scitotenv2017.03.204
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Science of the Total EnvironmentFESTSols_ZC ;
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Le Mer G.~, Barthod J.~, Dignac M.-F.,* Barré P., Baudin F., Rumpel C.* 2020. Inferring earthworms’ impact on the stability of organo-mineral associations by Rock-Eval pyrolysis and 13C NMR spectroscopy. Organic Geochemistry, 104016. doi:10.1016/j.orggeochem.2020.104016
10.1016/j.orggeochem.2020.104016
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Organic Geochemistry
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Le H.T.~, Rochelle-Newall E.*, Ribolzi O., Janeau J.L.*, Huon S.*, Latsachack K.`, Pommier T. (2020). Land use strongly influences soil organic carbon and bacterial community loss in runoff in tropical Uplands. Land  Degradation Development  DOI: 10.1002/ldr.3433.​10.1002/ldr.3433
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Mugler, C., Ribolzi, O., Janeau, J.L.*, Rochelle-Newall, E.*, Latsachack, K.`, Thammahacksa, C.`, Viguier, M., Jarde, E., Henri-Des-Tureaux*, T., Sengtaheuanghoung, O.`, Valentin, C.*, 2019. Experimental and modelling evidence of short-term effect of raindrop impact on hydraulic conductivity and overland flow intensity. Journal of Hydrology 570, 401-410.10.1016/j.jhydrol.2018.12.046
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Journal of HydrologyFESTSols_ZC ;
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El Hayany B., El Fels L., Quenea K., Dignac M.-F.*, Rumpel C.*, Gupta V.K., Hafidi M. 2020. Microplastics from lagooning sludge to composts as revealed by Fluorescent staining- Image analysis, Raman spectroscopy and Pyrolysis-GC/MS. Journal of Environmental Management 275 111249. doi:10.1016/j.jenvman.2020.111249
10.1016/j.jenvman.2020.111249​
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Journal of Environmental Management
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Barthod J.~, Rumpel C.*, Calabi-Floody M., Mora M-L., Bolan N., Dignac M-F.* (2018) Adding worms during composting with red mud and fly ash reduces CO2 emissions and increases plant available nutrient contents. Journal of Environmental Management, 222: 207-21510.1016/j.jenvman.2018.05.079
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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). Insect. Soc. 65:77–8410.1007/s00040-017-0589-0
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Rumpel, C.*, Ann, V.`, Bahri, H., Calabi Floody, M., Cheik, S.`, Doan, T.T.`, Harit, A.,Janeau, J.L.*, Jouquet, P.*,Mora, M.L.*, Podwojewski, P.*, Minh, T.T.`, Ngo, Q.A.`, Rossi, P.L., Sanaullah, M.`, 2020. Research for development in the 21st century. Geoderma. 378: 114558.10.1016/j.geoderma.2020.114558GeodermaFESTSols_ZC ;
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Vidal A., Lenhart T., Dignac M.F*, Biron P.*, Höschen C., Barthod J., Vedere C., Vaury V.*, Bariac T.*, Rumpel C.* (2020): Promoting plant growth and carbon transfer to soil with with organic amendments produced with mineral additives. Geoderma.Volume 374, 1 September 2020, 11445410.1016/j.geoderma.2020.114454
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C. Balland-Bolou-Bi,  E. Bolou-Bi, V. Alphonse, S. Giusti-Miller*,  MD Jusselme^, A. Livet, M. Grimaldi*,N. Bousserhine, Impact of microbial activity on the mobility of metallic elements (Fe, Al and Hg) in tropical soils – Geoderma – Volume 334, 15 January 2019, Pages 146-15410.1016/j.geoderma.2018.07.044
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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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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 ;
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E. Couic, M. Grimaldi*, V. Alphonse, C. Balland-Bolou-Bi, A. Livet,  S. Giusti-Miller*, M. Sarrazin, N. Bousserrhine, Mercury behaviour and C, N, and P biogeochemical cycles during ecological restoration processes of old mining sites in French Guiana – Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts, published by the Royal Society of Chemistry – 2018 Apr 25;20(4):657-672.10.1039/C8EM00016F
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Podwojewski P.*,Janeau J.L.*,Caquineau S., Jeffrey, H.`, 2020.Mechanisms of lateral and linear extension of gullies (dongas) in a subhumid grassland of South Africa. Earth surface processes and landforms.doi: 10.1002/esp.4960.10.1002/esp.4960Earth surface processes and landformsFESTSols_ZC ;
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Neyret M.~, Robain H.*, de Rouw A.*,Janeau J.L.*, Durand T., Kaewthip Juraiporn`, Trisophon Karn`, Valentin C.*, 2020. Mitigation of higher runoff and soil detachment in rubber tree plantations compared to annual cultivation by ground cover in steep mountainous Thailand. Catena,189:12 doi:10.1016/j.catena.2020.104472.10.1016/j.cate.2020.104472
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CatenaFESTSols_ZC ;
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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.Appl. Soil. Ecol.162. 10.1016/j.apsoil.2021.103894
10.1016/j.apsoil.2021.103894
Applied Soil Ecology
BioDISDCFE ; FESTSols_ZC
Barthod J.~, Rumpel C.*, Dignac M-F.* (2018) Improving the environmental footprint and properties of compost and vermicomposts through mineral, organic and biological additives. A review. Agronomy for Sustainable Development, 38:17​10.1007/s13593-018-0491-9
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Poblete-Grant P.°, Biron P.*, Bariac T.*, Cartes P.`, Mora M.L.L.`, Rumpel C*. (2019): Synergistic and antagonistic effects of poultry manure and phosphate rock on soil P availability, ryegrass production, and P uptake. Agronomy , 2019, 9, 191.10.3390/agronomy9040191
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Grellier S., Janeau JL*, Richard P., Florsch N. , Ward D.` , Bariac T., Lorentz S.`(2020). Water uptake plasticity of savanna trees in encroached grassland: small trees match the mature trees.
10.2989/10220119.2020.1834453
African journal of Range & Forage Science
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Team members

Nom PrénomCorpsEmployeurDépartement et ÉquipeAdresseTéléphoneMél
AROUI BOUKBIDA HananeIEIRDÉquipe FEST du Département Sols_ZCIRD Bondy
bâtiment A – 1er étage – bureau : 110
(+33) 01 48 02 55 31hanane.aroui@ird.fr
AUBERTIN Marie-LiesseDoctorantADEMEÉquipe FEST du Département Sols_ZCThiverval-Grignon
Eger – 1er étage – bureau : D101bis
(+33) 00 00 00 00 00marie-liesse.aubertin@inrae.fr
BOTTINELLI Nicolas
CR
IRD
Équipe FEST du Département Sols_ZC
IRD Bondy
– étage – bureau : 304
(+33) 0
nicolas.bottinelli@ird.fr
BULTELLE AngeliqueTIRDÉquipe FEST du Département Sols_ZCIRD Bondy
bâtiment A – 1er étage – bureau : 110
(+33) 01 48 02 55 03angelique.bultelle@ird.fr
DESJARDINS Thierry
CR
IRD
Équipe FEST du Département Sols_ZC
IRD Bondy
bâtiment A – RDC étage – bureau : 10
(+33) 01 48 0 255 01
thierry.desjardins@ird.fr
HENRY DES TUREAUX ThierryTIRDÉquipe FEST du Département Sols_ZC, Équipe F2ZC du Département Sols_ZCIRD Bondy
A – 1er étage – bureau : 102
(+33) 01 48 02 55 57thierry.henry-des-tureaux@ird.fr
JANEAU Jean-LouisIRIRDÉquipe FEST du Département Sols_ZC ; Équipe F2ZC du Département Sols_ZC
Campus Pierre et Marie Curie
Tour 56-66 – 4e étage – bureau : 420
(+33) 01 44 27 51 79
jean-louis.janeau@ird.fr
JOUQUET PascalDRIRDÉquipe FEST du Département Sols_ZCIRD Bondy
bâtiment A – 1er étage – bureau : 000
(+33) 00 00 00 00 00pascal.jouquet@ird.fr
LE MER GuillaumeDoctorantSorbonne universitéÉquipe FEST du Département Sols_ZCCampus Pierre et Marie Curie
Tour 44-34 – 5eme étage – bureau :
(+33) 06 43 21 62 00guillaume.le_mer@etu.upmc.fr
MUON RathaDoctorantIRDÉquipe FEST du Département Sols_ZCIRD Bondy
bâtiment A – 1er étage – bureau : A110
(+33) 07 58 19 24 66ratha.muon@itc.edu.kh/ratha.muon@ird.fr
PODWOJEWSKI PascalDRIRDÉquipe FEST du Département Sols_ZCIRD Bondy
bâtiment A – 1er étage – bureau : 1
(+33) 01 48 02 55 00pascal.podwojewski@ird.fr
ZAISS RainerIEIRDÉquipe FEST du Département Sols_ZCCampus Pierre et Marie Curie
Tour 44-45 – 4e étage – bureau : 235
(+33) 06 98 40 55 90rainer.zaiss@ird.fr

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