Thomas Nesme
Thomas Nesme
Bordeaux Sciences Agro -- Univ. Bordeaux
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Stewardship to tackle global phosphorus inefficiency: The case of Europe
PJA Withers, KC van Dijk, TSS Neset, T Nesme, O Oenema, GH Rubćk, ...
Ambio 44 (2), 193-206, 2015
Regional-scale phosphorus flows and budgets within France: the importance of agricultural production systems
K Senthilkumar, T Nesme, A Mollier, S Pellerin
Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems 92 (2), 145-159, 2012
Conceptual design and quantification of phosphorus flows and balances at the country scale: The case of France
K Senthilkumar, T Nesme, A Mollier, S Pellerin
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 26 (2), 2012
Feeding the corn belt: opportunities for phosphorus recycling in US agriculture
GS Metson, GK MacDonald, D Haberman, T Nesme, EM Bennett
Science of the Total Environment 542, 1117-1126, 2016
Global phosphorus flows through agricultural trade
T Nesme, GS Metson, EM Bennett
Global Environmental Change 50, 133-141, 2018
Nutrient recycling in organic farming is related to diversity in farm types at the local level
B Nowak, T Nesme, C David, S Pellerin
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 204, 17-26, 2015
Towards an Agro-Industrial Ecology: A review of nutrient flow modelling and assessment tools in agro-food systems at the local scale
H Fernandez-Mena, T Nesme, S Pellerin
Science of the Total Environment 543, 467-479, 2016
Phosphorus recovery and recycling from waste: an appraisal based on a French case study
K Senthilkumar, A Mollier, M Delmas, S Pellerin, T Nesme
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 87, 97-108, 2014
To what extent does organic farming rely on nutrient inflows from conventional farming?
B Nowak, T Nesme, C David, S Pellerin
Environmental Research Letters 8 (4), 044045, 2013
Phosphorus in agricultural soils: drivers of its distribution at the global scale
B Ringeval, L Augusto, H Monod, D Van Apeldoorn, L Bouwman, X Yang, ...
Global change biology 23 (8), 3418-3432, 2017
Global and regional phosphorus budgets in agricultural systems and their implications for phosphorus-use efficiency
F Lun, J Liu, P Ciais, T Nesme, J Chang, R Wang, D Goll, J Sardans, ...
Earth System Science Data 10 (1), 1-18, 2018
Contribution of anthropogenic phosphorus to agricultural soil fertility and food production
B Ringeval, B Nowak, T Nesme, M Delmas, S Pellerin
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 28 (7), 743-756, 2014
Global agronomy, a new field of research. A review
D Makowski, T Nesme, F Papy, T Doré
Agronomy for sustainable development 34 (2), 293-307, 2014
Sustainable strategies towards a phosphorus circular economy
T Nesme, PJA Withers
Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems 104 (3), 259-264, 2016
Assessing phosphorus management among organic farming systems: a farm input, output and budget analysis in southwestern France
T Nesme, M Toublant, A Mollier, C Morel, S Pellerin
Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems 92 (2), 225-236, 2012
Does the recoupling of dairy and crop production via cooperation between farms generate environmental benefits? A case-study approach in Europe
JT Regan, S Marton, O Barrantes, E Ruane, M Hanegraaf, J Berland, ...
European journal of agronomy 82, 342-356, 2017
Effects of crop and livestock segregation on phosphorus resource use: a systematic, regional analysis
T Nesme, K Senthilkumar, A Mollier, S Pellerin
European Journal of Agronomy 71, 88-95, 2015
Are agronomic models useful for studying farmers' fertilisation practices?
T Nesme, S Bellon, F Lescourret, R Senoussi, R Habib
Agricultural systems 83 (3), 297-314, 2005
The surprisingly small but increasing role of international agricultural trade on the European Union’s dependence on mineral phosphorus fertiliser
T Nesme, S Roques, GS Metson, EM Bennett
Environmental Research Letters 11 (2), 025003, 2016
Soil phosphorus management in organic cropping systems: from current practices to avenues for a more efficient use of P resources
T Nesme, B Colomb, P Hinsinger, CA Watson
Organic farming, prototype for sustainable agricultures, 23-45, 2014
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