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2019

2018

  • Blanchard P, Chaumeil P, Frigerio JM, Rimet F, Salin F, Thérond S, Coulaud O, Franc A (2018) A geometric view of biodiversity: scaling to metagenomics. arXiv:1803.02272 [stat.CO]; Rapprt de Recherche INRIA  9144.
  • Castagneyrol B, Jactel H, Damestoy T (2018) La chenille processionnaire : une petite bête qui monte (vers le nord), Forêt-Entreprise 241 : 50-57
  • Gerber S (2018) Le groupe Sciences en questions : un espace de réflexion sur les sciences à l’Inra. 10.1051/nss/2018046
  • Raffin A, Bouffier L, Jactel H (2018) Production de graines améliorées en verger - Programme Pinaster 2015-2020
  • Revers, F, Benot ML, Rosebery D, Alard D (2018) La diversité de l’avifaune du cordon dunaire aquitain: quelles influences de l’environnement local et régional? Faune-Aquitaine Publication, #0053-FA2018, http://www.fauneaquitaine.org.
  • Robin C, Desprez-Loustau ML (2018). Émergences de maladies chez les arbres forestiers: Définitions, concepts et recommandations. Revue Forestière Française.

2017

2016

  • Barret P, Bourguet D, Duée PH, Gerber S, Le Roux X, Tixier-Boichard M (2016) Regards. Éthique et biodiversité : questions posées à et par la recherche agronomique. Nature Science Société. 10.1051/nss/2016029
  • Bernier F, Denou JL, Meredieu C (2016) Plantation d’essences feuillues dans le massif des Landes de Gascogne : diversifier et produire ?. Forêt Entreprise (228), 57-62.
  • Danjon F (2016) L'architecture racinaire du pin maritime. Cahiers de la Reconstitution, 5 : 7
  • Frigerio JM, Rimet F, Bouchez A, Chancerel E, Chaumeil P, Salin F, Thérond S, Kahlert M, Franc A (2016) diagno-syst: a tool for accurate inventories in metabarcoding. arXiv:1611.09410v1 [q-bio.QM].
  • Legay M, Bastien C, Bastien JC, Bartet X, Davi H, Dhôte JF, Ducousso A, Benito- Garzón M, Caquet T, Dreyfus P, Jambois A, Lefèvre F, Marçais B, Mengin-Lecreulx P, Micheneau C, Pinto P, Plomion C, Sardin T (2015) Adaptation : vers un enrichissement du dialogue recherche-gestion. Innovations Agronomiques’. Carrefours de l'Innovation Agronomique, "Intensification durable des systèmes de production forestière", 47, 121-130.
  • Meredieu C, Augusto L, Cailly P, Trichet P, Fraysse JY (2016) Explorer les sylvicultures du pin maritime pour connaître et prédire sa productivité. Cahiers de la Reconstitution, 5, 12-15.
  • Meredieu C, Raffin A (2016) 20 ans de progrès et d'innovation. Les Cahiers du Groupe Pin Maritime du Futur, n°5
  • Raffin A (2016) Quel matériel végétal de reboisement pour le pin maritime. Forêt Entreprise n°227, 54-58
  • Raffin A, Bouffier L, Meredieu C (2016) Trois avancées du programme du GPMF : Nouvelle stratégie de sélection, Récolte des rémanents, Disponibilité des semences - Programme Fortius 2010-2014
  • Raffin A, Lung-Escarmant B, Danjon F, Meredieu C, Merzeau D, Bouffier L (2016) Adapter le pin maritime et ses sylvicultures aux risques et aux aléas. Cahiers de la Reconstitution, 5, 6-11.
  • Ruiz-Benito P, Benito Garzón M, Gómez Aparicio L, García Valdés R, Aragon-Amonarriz C, Madrigal González J, Zavala MA (2016) El clima, la estructura forestal y la diversidad como determinantes de la productividad de los bosques españoles ibéricos. In Usando la biomasa forestal como una fuente de energía sostenible. pp 31-43. Ed. Universidad Publica de Navarra.
  • Schermer E, Boulanger V, Delzon S, Said S, Focardi S, Guibert B, Gaillard JM, Venner S (2016) Fluctuations des glandées chez les chênes : Mieux les comprendre pour mieux gérer la régénération des chênaies. RDV techniques n°50 - hiver 2016 - ONF.

2015