Emmanuelle Quillérou

Emmanuelle Quillérou
Université de Bretagne Occidentale | UBO · UMR 6308 AMURE

Environmental and natural resource economist

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Since the 1990s, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has used global assessments of vulnerability to inform investment and action against the effects of climate change. Beyond the IPCC, others have undertaken global assessments to understand the vulnerability of coastal areas to climate change. Eight global vulnerability assessment...
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In continuing to support the ELD Initiative capacity-building endeavours, a second ELD MOOC is being offered by the Initiative. Building off the 2014 ELD MOOC, which focused on performing cost-benefit analyses to promote sustainable land management, the 2015 ELD MOOC addresses the importance of working with relevant stakeholders to implement sustai...
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Food security concerns and the scarcity of new productive land have put productivity enhancement of degraded lands back on the political agenda. In such a context, salt-affected lands are a valuable resource that cannot be neglected nor easily abandoned even with their lower crop yields, especially in areas where significant investments have alread...
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As scientific coordinators for the Economics of Land Degradation Initiative, UNU-INWEH’s Dr. Richard Thomas and Dr. Emmanuelle Quillérou are at the Eleventh Conference of Parties for the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD COP11) in Windhoek, Namibia for the launch of the ELD Interim Report. Economic benefits obtained from i...
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Copy available from ARCHIMER (IFREMER's institutional archive). Fishing capacity management policies have been traditionally implemented at national level with national targets for capacity reduction. More recently, capacity management policies have increasingly targeted specific fisheries. French fisheries spatially vary along the French coastlin...
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Copy available from ARCHIMER (IFREMER's institutional archive). Over the past decades fisheries policies have been mainly aimed at encouraging capacity reduction in over-exploited fisheries. Correspondingly, research has focused on developing incentives to exit fisheries rather than investigating entry behaviour. However, with ageing and also fewe...
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Copy available from MACSPHERE (McMaster's institutional archive). Land degradation has become a growing concern with the current increase in demand for arable land. Sustainable land management and land restoration practices are required in order to meet the demands to provide food and other services. Adoption of improved practices has, however, no...
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Copy available from ARCHIMER (IFREMER's institutional archive). Quillérou, E. and Guyader, O. 2012. What is behind fleet evolution: a framework for flow analysis and application to the French Atlantic fleet – ICES Journal of Marine Science, 69: 1069–1077. The study of fishery dynamics considers national-level fleet evolution. It has, however, fai...
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The development of new communication technologies has led to a push for greater technology use for teaching and learning. This is most true for distance learning education, which relies heavily on new technologies. Distance learning students, however, seem to have very limited time available for studying and learning because of work and/or family c...
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Copy available from ARCHIMER (IFREMER's institutional archive). Van Iseghem, S., Quillérou, E., Brigaudeau, C., Macher, C., Guyader, O., and Daurès, F. 2011. Ensuring representative economic data: survey data-collection methods in France for implementing the Common Fisheries Policy. – ICES Journal of Marine Science, 68: 1792–1799. Since 2001, Ifr...
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The dynamics and bioavailability of 99Tc, an important radioactive contaminant, depend largely on its redox state. Both biotic and abiotic reactions determine the rate, extent and reversibility of Tc immobilization. We monitored Tc solubility and chemical extractability in five contrasting soils. Tc remained water-soluble in aerated soils, but was...
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The Environmental Stewardship Scheme (ESS) provides payments to farmers for the provision of environmental services based on forgone agricultural income. Consequently, farmers with a relatively low opportunity cost of agricultural land will be particularly attracted to apply for entry into the ESS within a given payment region. This article tests w...
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Copy available through MONTPELLIER SUPAGRO (http://www.supagro.fr/capeye/wp-content/uploads/2nd_pilier/Articles_2nd_pilier/Article_Adverse_selection_enviro_Quillerou_09.pdf). The Environmental Stewardship Scheme provides payments to farmers for the provision of environmental services based on foregone agricultural income. This creates a potential...
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Copy of PUBLISHED PAPER available through MONTPELLIER SUPAGRO (http://www.supagro.fr/capeye/wp-content/uploads/2nd_pilier/Articles_2nd_pilier/Article_Adverse_selection_enviro_Quillerou_09.pdf). The Environmental Stewardship Scheme provides payments to farmers for the provision of environmental services based on agricultural foregone income. This c...
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The effects of zero tillage and residue conservation in continuous maize-cropping systems are poorly documented, especially in the tropics, and are expected to vary highly with climatic conditions and nitrogen availability. In the present study, maize was cultivated during the wet and dry seasons in central Mexico for three consecutive years, under...

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