Portrait de Ophélie Sauzet

Ophélie Sauzet

Professeure HES assistante

ophelie.sauzet@hesge.ch
+41 22 546 68 21
Bureau IRS03
Profil

Filière(s)

  • Agronomie

Site(s) d'enseignement

  • HEPIA Lullier

Liens

Adresse

HEPIA - Haute école du paysage, d'ingénierie et d'architecture
Route de Presinge 150
1254 Jussy
Suisse

Publications
Nicodrilus nocturnus and Allolobophora icterica drill compacted soils but do not decrease their bulk density – A laboratory experiment using two contrasted soils at two different compaction levels
Sauzet O., Kohler-Milleret R., Füllemann F., Capowiez Y., Boivin P.
(2021)
Geoderma 402: 115164.
Changes in topsoil organic carbon content in the Swiss leman region cropland from 1993 to present. Insights from large scale on-farm study
Dupla X., Gondret K., Sauzet O., Verrecchia E., Boivin P.
(2021)
Geoderma 400: 115125.
Comparison of empirical and process-based modelling to quantify soil-supported ecosystem services on the Saclay plateau (France)
Choquet P., Gabrielle B., Chalhoub M., Michelin J., Sauzet O., Scammacca O., Garnier P., Baveye P.C., Montagne D.
(2021)
Ecosystem Services 50: 101332.
Bypass and hyperbole in soil science: A perspective from the next generation of soil scientists
Portell X., Sauzet O., Balseiro‐Romero M., et al.
(2021)
European Journal of Soil Science 72: 31–34.
Evaluation of the Potential for Soil Organic Carbon Content Monitoring With Farmers
(2020)
Frontiers in Environmental Science 8:113.
Organic carbon sequestration potential, rate and associated practices, as observed in Swiss arable land
(2020)
EGU General Assembly 2020, Online, 04.-08.05.2020,
Upward mercury transfer by anecic earthworms in a contaminated soil
Ferber T., Slaveykova V.I., Sauzet O., Boivin P.
(2019)
European Journal of Soil Biology 91: 32-37.
Soil quality monitoring by farmers in the frame of a result-oriented scheme: the case of Swiss arable land
(2018)
In: online Proceedings, p. 88-89, 21st ISTRO International Conference, Paris, France, 24.-27.09.2018.
Conférences
Large clay contents in arable land do not limit soil structure quality and vulnerability
17th Swiss Geoscience Meeting, Online,
06.11.2020 - 07.11.2020
Carbon sequestration in Swiss arable land: insights from the case of Geneva Canton
17th Swiss Geoscience Meeting, Fribourg,
22.11.2019 - 23.11.2019
Monitoring the soil organic carbon with farmers. The case of Geneva canton climate plan
17th Swiss Geoscience Meeting, Fribourg,
22.11.2019 - 23.11.2019
Earthworms drill the compacted soil but do not decrease its bulk density – a laboratory experiment using two contrasted soils at two different compaction levels
Sauzet O., Capowiez Y., Boivin P.
European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly, Vienna, Austria,
07.04.2019 - 12.04.2019
Evaluation du statut organo-biologique des sols: une approche suisse
Réunion du groupe Fertilité organique et biologique des sols du COMIFER, Paris,
20.06.2018