Sylvie Recous
Sylvie Recous
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STICS: a generic crop simulation model with water and nitrogen balance. Application to wheat and maize. I. Theory and parameterization
N Brisson, B Mary, D Ripoche, MH Jeuffroy, F Ruget, P Gate, F Devienne, ...
Agronomie 22 (1), 69-92, 1998
Biochemical quality of crop residues and C and N mineralization kinetics under non-limiting N conditions
I Trinsoutrot, S Recous, B Bentz, M Lineres, D Cheneby, B Nicolardot
Soil Science Society of America Journal 64, 918-926, 2000
Interactions between decomposition of plant residues and nitrogen cycling in soil
B Mary, S Recous, D Darwis, D Robin
Plant and Soil 181 (1), 71-82, 1996
Simulation of C and N mineralisation during crop residue decomposition: a simple dynamic model based on the C: N ratio of the residues
B Nicolardot, S Recous, B Mary
Plant and Soil 228 (1), 83-103, 2001
Soil inorganic N availability: effect on maize residue decomposition
S Recous, D Robin, D Darwis, B Mary
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 27 (12), 1529-1538, 1995
Fate of carbon and nitrogen in water‐stable aggregates during decomposition of 13C15N‐labelled wheat straw in situ
DA Angers, S Recous, C Aita
European Journal of Soil Science 48 (2), 295-300, 2005
Gross nitrogen fluxes in soil: Theory, measurement and application of 15N pool dilution techniques
DV Murphy, S Recous, EA Stockdale, ...
Advances in Agronomy 79, 69-118, 2003
Microbial immobilization of ammonium and nitrate in soil
S Recous, B Mary, G Faurie
Soil Biology & Biochemistry 22, 597-602, 1990
Modelling temperature and moisture effects on C-N transformations in soils: Comparison of nine models
A Rodrigo, S Recous, C Néel, B Mary
Ecological Modelling 102, 325-339, 1997
Decomposition of wheat straw and rye residues as affected by particle size
DA Angers, S Recous
Plant and Soil 189 (2), 197-203, 1997
A model for calculating nitrogen fluxes in soil using 15N tracing
B Mary, S Recous, D Robin
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 30 (14), 1963-1979, 1998
Conservation agriculture cropping systems in temperate and tropical conditions, performances and impacts. A review
E Scopel, B Triomphe, F Affholder, FAM Da Silva, M Corbeels, JHV Xavier, ...
Agronomy for sustainable development 33, 113-130, 2013
Soil environmental conditions rather than denitrifier abundance and diversity drive potential denitrification after changes in land uses
E Attard, S Recous, A Chabbi, C De Berranger, N Guillaumaud, ...
Global Change Biology 17 (5), 1975-1989, 2011
Mineralisation of C and N from root, stem and leaf residues in soil and role of their biochemical quality
S Abiven, S Recous, V Reyes, R Oliver
Biology and fertility of soils 42 (2), 119-128, 2005
A review of tillage effects on crop residue management, seedbed conditions and seedling establishment
J Guerif, G Richard, C Dürr, JM Machet, S Recous
Soil & Tillage Research 61 (1-2), 13-32, 2001
Spatial location of carbon decomposition in the soil pore system
DT Strong, H Wever, R Merckx, S Recous
European Journal of Soil Science 55 (4), 739-750, 2004
Shifts between Nitrospira‐ and Nitrobacter‐like nitrite oxidizers underlie the response of soil potential nitrite oxidation to changes in tillage practices
E Attard, F Poly, C Commeaux, F Laurent, A Terada, BF Smets, S Recous, ...
Environmental microbiology 12 (2), 315-326, 2010
Vinasse organic matter quality and mineralization potential, as influenced by raw material, fermentation and concentration processes
V Parnaudeau, N Condom, R Oliver, P Cazevieille, S Recous
Bioresource technology 99 (6), 1553-1562, 2008
Review and analysis of strengths and weaknesses of agro-ecosystem models for simulating C and N fluxes
L Brilli, L Bechini, M Bindi, M Carozzi, D Cavalli, R Conant, CD Dorich, ...
Science of the Total Environment 598, 445-470, 2017
Soil moisture, carbon and nitrogen dynamics following incorporation and surface application of labelled crop residues in soil columns
F Coppens, P Garnier, S De Gryze, R Merckx, S Recous
European journal of soil science 57 (6), 894-905, 2006
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