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[hal-02503324] Le Carrtel, une UMR d’écologie lacustre face au concept de service écosystémique. Enjeux et interrogations, démarches et prospective

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[hal-02520169] A taxonomy-free approach based on machine learning to assess the quality of rivers with diatoms

Diatoms are a compulsory biological quality element in the ecological assessment of rivers according to the Water Framework Directive. The...
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[hal-02518194] Diatom metabarcoding applied to large scale monitoring networks: Optimization of bioinformatics strategies using Mothur software

Benthic diatoms are routinely used as ecological indicators in rivers. A standardized methodology is based on biofilm sampling, species...
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[hal-02520417] Advances in the use of molecular tools in ecological and biodiversity assessment of aquatic ecosystems

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[hal-02527841] Storm impacts on phytoplankton community dynamics in lakes

In many regions across the globe, extreme weather events such as storms have increased in frequency, intensity, and duration due to climate change....
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[hal-02518788] Bdellovibrio and Like Organisms in Lake Geneva: An Unseen Elephant in the Room?

When considering microbial biotic interactions, viruses as well as eukaryotic grazers are known to be important components of aquatic microbial food...
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[hal-02165177] Looking at Organic Pollutants (OPs) Signatures in Littoral Sediments to Assess the Influence of a Local Urban Source at the Whole Lake Scale

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Fast sequence-based microsatellite genotyping development workflow for any non-model species

Lepais, O. ; Chancerel, E. ; Boury, C. ; Salin, F. ; Manicki, A. ; Taillebois, L. ; Dutech, C. C. ; Aissi, A. ; Bacles, C. ; Daverat, F. ; Launey, S....
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Communautés piscicoles introduites des lacs d’altitude : approches scientifiques et influences idéologiques

Loheac, B. ; Caudron, A. ; Guillard, J.
Revue des Sciences de l'Eau, 2019, 32 (1) : 39-50.
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09. Le Carrtel, une UMR d’écologie lacustre face au concept de service écosystémique. Enjeux et interrogations, démarches et prospective

Montuelle, B. ; Guillard, J. ; Dorioz, J. M.
Les services écosystémiques dans les espaces agricoles. Paroles de chercheur(e)s. 2019. 81-102
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