Laurent Augusto
Laurent Augusto
INRA, Institut Nationale de la Recherche Agronomique
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Impact of several common tree species of European temperate forests on soil fertility
L Augusto, J Ranger, D Binkley, A Rothe
Annals of forest science 59 (3), 233-253, 2002
Tamm Review: Influence of forest management activities on soil organic carbon stocks: A knowledge synthesis
M Mayer, CE Prescott, WEA Abaker, L Augusto, L Cécillon, GWD Ferreira, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 466, 118127, 2020
Effects of tree species on understory vegetation and environmental conditions in temperate forests
L Augusto, JL Dupouey, J Ranger
Annals of Forest Science 60 (8), 823-831, 2003
Influences of evergreen gymnosperm and deciduous angiosperm tree species on the functioning of temperate and boreal forests
L Augusto, A De Schrijver, L Vesterdal, A Smolander, C Prescott, ...
Biological reviews 90 (2), 444-466, 2015
Quantifying consequences of removing harvesting residues on forest soils and tree growth–A meta-analysis
DL Achat, C Deleuze, G Landmann, N Pousse, J Ranger, L Augusto
Forest Ecology and Management 348, 124-141, 2015
Soil parent material—A major driver of plant nutrient limitations in terrestrial ecosystems
L Augusto, DL Achat, M Jonard, D Vidal, B Ringeval
Global change biology 23 (9), 3808-3824, 2017
Wood ash applications to temperate forest ecosystems—potential benefits and drawbacks
L Augusto, MR Bakker, C Meredieu
Plant and soil 306 (1), 181-198, 2008
Forest soil carbon is threatened by intensive biomass harvesting
DL Achat, M Fortin, G Landmann, B Ringeval, L Augusto
Scientific reports 5 (1), 15991, 2015
The effect of forest type on throughfall deposition and seepage flux: a review
A De Schrijver, G Geudens, L Augusto, J Staelens, J Mertens, K Wuyts, ...
Oecologia 153, 663-674, 2007
Convergence of soil nitrogen isotopes across global climate gradients
JM Craine, AJ Elmore, L Wang, L Augusto, WT Baisden, ENJ Brookshire, ...
Scientific reports 5 (1), 8280, 2015
Assessing turnover of microbial biomass phosphorus: combination of an isotopic dilution method with a mass balance model
DL Achat, C Morel, MR Bakker, L Augusto, S Pellerin, A Gallet-Budynek, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 42 (12), 2231-2240, 2010
Potential contribution of the seed bank in coniferous plantations to the restoration of native deciduous forest vegetation
L Augusto, JL Dupouey, JF Picard, J Ranger
Acta Oecologica 22 (2), 87-98, 2001
Fine root distribution of trees and understory in mature stands of maritime pine (Pinus pinaster) on dry and humid sites
MR Bakker, L Augusto, DL Achat
Plant and Soil 286 (1), 37-51, 2006
Relationships between forest tree species, stand production and stand nutrient amount
L Augusto, J Ranger, Q Ponette, M Rapp
Annals of Forest Science 57 (4), 313-324, 2000
Impact of forest tree species on feldspar weathering rates
L Augusto, MP Turpault, J Ranger
Geoderma 96 (3), 215-237, 2000
Impact of tree species on forest soil acidification
L Augusto, P Bonnaud, J Ranger
Forest Ecology and Management 105 (1-3), 67-78, 1998
Four decades of post-agricultural forest development have caused major redistributions of soil phosphorus fractions
A De Schrijver, L Vesterdal, K Hansen, P De Frenne, L Augusto, DL Achat, ...
Oecologia 169, 221-234, 2012
Soil properties controlling inorganic phosphorus availability: general results from a national forest network and a global compilation of the literature
DL Achat, N Pousse, M Nicolas, F Brédoire, L Augusto
Biogeochemistry 127, 255-272, 2016
Evaluation of the phosphorus status of P-deficient podzols in temperate pine stands: combining isotopic dilution and extraction methods
DL Achat, MR Bakker, L Augusto, E Saur, L Dousseron, C Morel
Biogeochemistry 92 (3), 183-200, 2009
Microbial processes controlling P availability in forest spodosols as affected by soil depth and soil properties
DL Achat, L Augusto, MR Bakker, A Gallet-Budynek, C Morel
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 44 (1), 39-48, 2012
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