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Last Publications

[hal-03152486] Diatom DNA metabarcoding for ecological assessment: Comparison among bioinformatics pipelines used in six European countries reveals the need for standardization

Ecological assessment of lakes and rivers using benthic diatom assemblages currently requires considerable taxonomic expertise to identify species...
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[hal-03151895] Variability of isotopic partitioning between sympatric brown trout ( Salmo trutta ) and European grayling ( Thymallus thymallus ) in the Loue River (France)

Trophic partitioning, defining how individuals or populations differ in their resource use, is expected to promote coexistence of sympatric species...
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[hal-03151884] Exopolymeric Substances Control Microbial Community Structure and Function by Contributing to both C and Fe Nutrition in Fe-Limited Southern Ocean Provinces

Organic ligands such as exopolymeric substances (EPS) are known to form complexes with iron (Fe) and modulate phytoplankton growth. However, the...
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[hal-03151414] serac: an R package for ShortlivEd RAdionuclide chronology of recent sediment cores

Short-lived radionuclides are measured in surface sediment to provide a geochronology for the past century. Age-depth models are produced from...
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[hal-03151406] Deeper waters are changing less consistently than surface waters in a global analysis of 102 lakes

Globally, lake surface water temperatures have warmed rapidly relative to air temperatures, but changes in deepwater temperatures and vertical...
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[hal-02996793] Acoustic density estimation of dense fish shoals

Multiple scattering of acoustic waves offers a noninvasive method for density estimation of a dense shoal of fish where traditional techniques such...
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[hal-03031235] Uneven genotypic diversity of Escherichia coli in fecal sources limits the performance of a library-dependent method of microbial source tracking on the southwestern French Atlantic coa

To develop a library-dependent method of tracking fecal sources of contamination of beaches on the Atlantic coast of southwestern France, a library...
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[hal-03144237] Bilan 2019 des activités du réseau ECOTOX

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[hal-02550715] Impacts of nitrogen loads on the water and biota in a karst river (Loue River, France)

We measured nitrate in water (n = 4762) and nitrogen stable isotopes (d15N) (n = 353) of macroalgae and macroinvertebrates at different sites in a...
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[hal-03002683] Parasitic Chytrids Upgrade and Convey Primary Produced Carbon During Inedible Algae Proliferation

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