Federal University of Toulouse Midi-Pyrénées
2022 - Research.com Rising Star of Science Award
Vincent E. J. Jassey focuses on Ecology, Peat, Sphagnum, Ecosystem and Plant community. He combines Ecology and Microbial population biology in his studies. Peat is a component of his Testate amoebae and Bog studies.
His Ecosystem research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Biodiversity, Ecology, Soil biology and Soil fertility. His Plant community research integrates issues from Organic matter, Environmental change and Abiotic component. The concepts of his Soil carbon study are interwoven with issues in Biogeochemical cycle and Soil respiration.
His primary scientific interests are in Ecology, Peat, Sphagnum, Ecosystem and Testate amoebae. Vincent E. J. Jassey applies his multidisciplinary studies on Ecology and Microbial population biology in his research. His Peat research incorporates themes from Carbon cycle and Vegetation, Vascular plant.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Nutrient cycle, Microcosm, Microbial food web and Botany. His study in Ecosystem is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Global warming, Soil carbon, Community structure and Biodiversity. His Testate amoebae study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Trophic level, Mixotroph and Paleoecology.
Peat, Ecology, Sphagnum, Ecosystem and Climate change are his primary areas of study. His work deals with themes such as Plant microbe and Physical geography, which intersect with Peat. His Ecology and Plant community and Testate amoebae investigations all form part of his Ecology research activities.
His work carried out in the field of Sphagnum brings together such families of science as Abiotic component, Moss and Vascular plant. Ecosystem and Psychological resilience are two areas of study in which Vincent E. J. Jassey engages in interdisciplinary research. His Climate change study incorporates themes from Soil carbon and Carbon cycle.
Vincent E. J. Jassey mainly focuses on Sphagnum, Peat, Ecosystem, Ecology and Climate change. His research in Sphagnum intersects with topics in Microcosm, Botany, Interspecific competition, Soil food web and Trophic level. The various areas that Vincent E. J. Jassey examines in his Peat study include Global and Planetary Change and Physical geography.
His studies deal with areas such as Future climate, Photosynthetic capacity, Global warming, Sphagnum magellanicum and Sphagnum fallax as well as Ecosystem. His Ecology research incorporates elements of Psychological resilience, Term and Critical transition. His studies deal with areas such as Mire, Autogenic succession, Vegetation and Bog as well as Climate change.
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Above‐ and belowground linkages in Sphagnum peatland: climate warming affects plant‐microbial interactions
Vincent E. J. Jassey;Vincent E. J. Jassey;Vincent E. J. Jassey;Genevieve Chiapusio;Philippe Binet;Alexandre Buttler;Alexandre Buttler;Alexandre Buttler.
Global Change Biology (2013)
Soil protistology rebooted: 30 fundamental questions to start with
Stefan Geisen;Edward A. D. Mitchell;David M. Wilkinson;Sina Adl.
Soil Biology & Biochemistry (2017)
An unexpected role for mixotrophs in the response of peatland carbon cycling to climate warming
Vincent E. J. Jassey;Vincent E. J. Jassey;Constant Signarbieux;Constant Signarbieux;Stephan Hättenschwiler;Luca Bragazza;Luca Bragazza.
Scientific Reports (2015)
Persistent high temperature and low precipitation reduce peat carbon accumulation.
Luca Bragazza;Luca Bragazza;Luca Bragazza;Alexandre Buttler;Alexandre Buttler;Alexandre Buttler;Bjorn J.M. Robroek;Bjorn J.M. Robroek;Remy Albrecht;Remy Albrecht.
Global Change Biology (2016)
Peatland vascular plant functional types affect methane dynamics by altering microbial community structure
Bjorn J. M. Robroek;Bjorn J. M. Robroek;Vincent E. J. Jassey;Vincent E. J. Jassey;Martine A. R. Kox;Roeland L. Berendsen.
Journal of Ecology (2015)
Tipping point in plant-fungal interactions under severe drought causes abrupt rise in peatland ecosystem respiration.
Vincent E.J. Jassey;Vincent E.J. Jassey;Vincent E.J. Jassey;Monika Katarzyna Reczuga;Malgorzata Zielinska;Sandra Slowinska.
Global Change Biology (2018)
Reconstructing climate change and ombrotrophic bog development during the last 4000 years in northern Poland using biotic proxies, stable isotopes and trait-based approach
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology (2015)
Experimental warming interacts with soil moisture to discriminate plant responses in an ombrotrophic peatland
Alexandre Buttler;Bjorn J.M. Robroek;Bjorn J.M. Robroek;Bjorn J.M. Robroek;Fatima Laggoun-Défarge;Fatima Laggoun-Défarge;Vincent E.J. Jassey;Vincent E.J. Jassey;Vincent E.J. Jassey.
Journal of Vegetation Science (2015)
Characterizing the feeding habits of the testate amoebae Hyalosphenia papilio and Nebela tincta along a narrow "fen-bog" gradient using digestive vacuole content and 13C and 15N isotopic analyses.
Vincent E.J. Jassey;Satoshi Shimano;Christine Dupuy;Marie-Laure Toussaint.
Taxonomic and functional turnover are decoupled in European peat bogs
Nature Communications (2017)
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