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Last Publications

[hal-02569096] Low input of offshore areas to fisheries in a large tropical reservoir in Lao PDR

Nam Theun 2 is the largest neo-reservoir in Lao PDR that was impounded to produce electricity. The objective of this study was to assess the input of...
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[hal-02569099] The vertical distribution of tetA and intI1 in a deep lake is rather due to sedimentation than to resuspension

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[hal-02562100] Investigating key biological parameters of Nile tilapia ( Oreochromis niloticus L.) in a large Asian reservoir to better develop sustainable fisheries

The Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) was introduced in Southeast Asia, such as in Thailand, in the mid-1960s for aquaculture purposes (Pullin et...
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[hal-02557859] Evaluation and sensitivity analysis of diatom DNA metabarcoding for WFD bioassessment of Mediterranean rivers

Our study of 164 diatom samples from Catalonia (NE Spain) is the first to evaluate the applicability of DNA metabarcoding, based on high throughput...
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[hal-02475122] Changes in sediment microbial diversity following chronic copper-exposure induce community copper-tolerance without increasing sensitivity to arsenic

Sediment microbial communities were exposed for 21 days to an environmental concentration of copper to assess Cu-induced composition changes and...
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[hal-02399197] Effects of river infrastructures on the floodplain sedimentary environment in the Rhône River

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[hal-02527731] Reply to Li et al.: Human societies began to play a significant role in global sediment transfer 4,000 years ago

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[hal-02476717] Plant growth drives soil nitrogen cycling and N-related microbial activity through changing root traits

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[hal-02339803] Tracking sources and transfer of contamination according to pollutants variety at the sediment-biota interface using a clam as bioindicator in peri-alpine lakes

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[hal-02520259] Benthic diatom community dynamics in Mediterranean intermittent streams: Effects of water availability and their potential as indicators of dry-phase ecological status

The study of intermittent rivers is a critical and timely issue due to their worldwide increase, triggered by several causes including climate...
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