The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Soil water, Botany, Hydrology, Weathering and Picea abies. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Afforestation, Forestry and Vegetation. His Forestry study also includes
His Vegetation research integrates issues from Forest management, Agricultural land and Pasture. Etienne Dambrine combines subjects such as Cycling, Nutrient, Ecosystem, Plant litter and Environmental chemistry with his study of Botany. His research in Hydrology intersects with topics in Throughfall, Bedrock and Litter.
Etienne Dambrine focuses on Soil water, Forestry, Hydrology, Agronomy and Ecology. His Soil water research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Environmental chemistry, Nutrient, Nitrate and Vegetation. In his study, Afforestation is strongly linked to Land use, which falls under the umbrella field of Forestry.
His study in Hydrology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Bedrock, Deposition and Weathering. His Agronomy research includes themes of Agroforestry, Leaching, Nitrification, Beech and Dendrochronology. He interconnects Agriculture, Species richness and Species diversity in the investigation of issues within Biodiversity.
Etienne Dambrine spends much of his time researching Soil water, Ecology, Hydrology, Leaching and Soil classification. His research investigates the connection with Soil water and areas like Beech which intersect with concerns in Forest floor. In general Ecology, his work in Nutrient cycle, Forest ecology, Woody plant and Fagaceae is often linked to Ectomycorrhiza linking many areas of study.
His Hydrology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Organic matter, Particulate organic matter, Vegetation and Greenhouse gas. His studies deal with areas such as Nutrient, Agronomy, Nitrate and Coffea arabica as well as Leaching. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Humus, Soil pH, Plant litter, Plant community and Soil horizon.
Soil water, Soil classification, Ecology, Forest ecology and Soil pH are his primary areas of study. Etienne Dambrine is interested in Leaching, which is a branch of Soil water. His Soil classification research incorporates elements of Nutrient cycle, Humus and Soil horizon.
His study in the field of Community structure, Species diversity, Biodiversity and Woody plant also crosses realms of Ectomycorrhiza. As part of one scientific family, Etienne Dambrine deals mainly with the area of Forest ecology, narrowing it down to issues related to the Beech, and often Plant community, Nitrogen cycle, Nitrification and Agronomy. His Soil pH study incorporates themes from Hydrology, Drainage and Lysimeter.
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Irreversible impact of past land use on forest soils and biodiversity
Jean-Luc Dupouey;E. Dambrine;J.D. Laffite;C. Moares.
INFLUENCE OF PAST LAND USE ON THE VEGETATION AND SOILS OF PRESENT DAY FOREST IN THE VOSGES MOUNTAINS, FRANCE
W. Koerner;J. L. Dupouey;E. Dambrine;M. Benoit.
Journal of Ecology (1997)
Present forest biodiversity patterns in france related to former roman agriculture
E. Dambrine;J.-L. Dupouey;L. Laüt;L. Humbert.
Xylem sap as a pathway for total mercury and methylmercury transport from soils to tree canopy in the boreal forest
Kevin H. Bishop;Ying-Hua Lee;John Munthe;Etienne Dambrine.
Influence of acid atmospheric inputs on surface water chemistry and mineral fluxes in a declining spruce stand within a small granitic catchment (Vosges Massif, France).
Anne Probst;Etienne Dambrine;Daniel Viville;Bertrand Fritz.
Journal of Hydrology (1990)
Decomposition of 15N-labelled beech litter and fate of nitrogen derived from litter in a beech forest.
Bernd Zeller;Micheline Colin-Belgrand;Etienne Dambrine;Francis Martin.
Interception in a mountainous declining spruce stand in the Strengbach catchment (Vosges, France)
Daniel Viville;Philippe Biron;André Granier;Etienne Dambrine.
Journal of Hydrology (1993)
Hydrochemical budgets of a small forested granitic catchment exposed to acid deposition: The strengbach catchment case study (Vosges massif, France)
Anne Probst;Daniel Viville;Bertrand Fritz;Bruno Ambroise.
Water Air and Soil Pollution (1992)
Variations of bioavailable Sr concentration and 87Sr/86Sr ratio in boreal forest ecosystems
Anne Poszwa;Bruno Ferry;Etienne Dambrine;Benoît Pollier.
A comparison between Ca and Sr cycling in forest ecosystems.
Anne Poszwa;Etienne Dambrine;Benoît Pollier;Olivier Atteia.
Plant and Soil (2000)
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