Maëva Labouyrie

Maëva Labouyrie
University of Zurich | UZH · Institut für Pflanzenbiologie

Master of Science
PhD student in Soil Biodiversity at University of Zurich and European Commission's Joint Research Center (JRC Ispra)


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Additional affiliations
October 2020 - present
European Commission
  • PhD Student
September 2019 - September 2020
Université de Rennes 1
Field of study
  • Data Sciences
September 2016 - September 2020
L'institut Agro | Montpellier SupAgro
Field of study
  • Agronomy, specialized in Data Sciences


Publications (8)
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The role of soil biodiversity and soil health in regulating primary productivity across different land use types is still poorly understood, hindering our ability to predict the impact of soil degradation on essential ecosystem services such as food provision. To address this gap, we conducted a pan-European observational field study using data fro...
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Factors driving microbial community composition and diversity are well established but the relationship with microbial functioning is poorly understood, especially at large scales. We analysed microbial biodiversity metrics and distribution of potential functional groups along a gradient of increasing land-use perturbation, detecting over 79,000 ba...
Soil biota contribute substantially to multiple ecosystem functions that are key for geochemical cycles and plant performance. However, soil biodiversity is currently threatened by land-use intensification, and a mechanistic understanding of how soil biodiversity loss interacts with the myriad of intensification elements (e.g., the application of c...
Sonchus oleraceus is an annual species native to Eurasia and Northern Africa that has become a major weed of cultivated fields and ruderal areas in Australia. Populations are difficult to manage in cropping systems because of the development of resistance to common herbicides. Biological control is being investigated as an additional tactic for man...
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The European Green Deal puts a healthy environment at the core of policy‐making initiatives in the European Union (EU). Soil, due to its nature, is a central actor to be considered when developing and implementing actions in many areas, from biodiversity and agriculture to climate and pollution. New means for monitoring the impact of decisions take...
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Les balances automatiques et connectées mesurant le poids des ruches au fil des miellées sont utiliséespar les apiculteurs, comme par les acteurs de la recherche et du développement, afin d’acquérir desinformations en temps réel sur la progression de la miellée. Ces informations sont diffusées chez lesapiculteurs ou les fournisseurs de services et...
Technical Report
We built a database and developed a web application to support and promote the use of the new Bayesian integrated life cycle model developed for Atlantic salmon stock assessment at the north Atlantic basin scale. The WGNAS-SalmoGlob ToolBox aims at strengthening the robustness and efficiency of the use of the new life cycle model for Atlantic salmo...


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