Margot Neyret
Margot Neyret
SBiK-F Frankfurt, Senckenberg, Germany
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Examining variation in the leaf mass per area of dominant species across two contrasting tropical gradients in light of community assembly
M Neyret, LP Bentley, I Oliveras, BS Marimon, BH Marimon‐Junior, ...
Ecology and evolution 6 (16), 5674-5689, 2016
Leaf-level photosynthetic capacity dynamics in relation to soil and foliar nutrients along forest–savanna boundaries in Ghana and Brazil
A Gvozdevaite, I Oliveras, TF Domingues, T Peprah, M Boakye, L Afriyie, ...
Tree physiology 38 (12), 1912-1925, 2018
The transition from arable lands to rubber tree plantations in northern Thailand impacts weed assemblages and soil physical properties
M Neyret, H Robain, A De Rouw, B Soulileuth, K Trisophon, K Jumpa, ...
Soil use and management 34 (3), 404-417, 2018
Higher runoff and soil detachment in rubber tree plantations compared to annual cultivation is mitigated by ground cover in steep mountainous Thailand
M Neyret, H Robain, A De Rouw, JL Janeau, T Durand, J Kaewthip, ...
Catena 189, 104472, 2020
Year-to-year crop shifts promote weed diversity in tropical permanent rainfed cultivation
M Neyret, A de Rouw, N Colbach, H Robain, B Soulileuth, C Valentin
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 301, 107023, 2020
Weeds and soil erosion in a montane agro-ecosystem of Northern Thailand: a multidisciplinary analysis
M Neyret
Ecological changes along the transition from annual crops to rubber plantations in Northern Thailand
M Neyret
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