Jean Roger-EstradeProfessor

AgroParisTech
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Jean Roger-Estrade is Professor of Agronomy at AgroParisTech and Head of the "Agronomic, Forestry, Water and Environment Science and Engineering" department. His teaching focuses on agronomy and the scientific bases of agroecology. He represents AgroParisTech within the steering committee of the lab recherche environnement where he deals with the theme of nature in the city. He created a third-year training course on ecological engineering of the greening of cities and participates in a second-year training unit on the eco-design of neighbourhoods.

biodiversité
Reconciling nature and the city, a highly artificial environment, is an art that is practised from the scale of the building to that of the suburban territory, including that of the neighbourhood.
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Scientific publications
Books
Bruno Peuportier, Fabien Leurent, Jean Roger-Estrade Éco-conception des ensembles bâtis et des infrastructures, tome 2
2019
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Journal articles
Bruno Peuportier, Fabien Leurent, Jean Roger-Estrade, Maxime Trocmé Eco-design tools for the construction sector
ParisTech Review, Telecom Paris Tech, 2012, pp.en ligne
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Journal articles
Adrien Rusch, Muriel Morison, Jean-Pierre Sarthou, Jean Roger-Estrade Multi-scale effects of landscape complexity and crop management on pollen beetle parasitism rate
Landscape Ecology, Springer Verlag, 2011, 26 (4), pp.473 - 486. ⟨10.1007/s10980-011-9573-7⟩
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Journal articles
Safia Mediene, Valantin-Morison, Sarthou, Tourdonnet et al. Agroecosystem management and biotic interactions: a review
Agronomy for Sustainable Development, Springer Verlag/EDP Sciences/INRA, 2011, 31 (3), pp.491-514. ⟨10.1007/s13593-011-0009-1⟩
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Books
Thierry Doré, Marianne Le Bail, Philippe Martin, Bertrand Ney et al. L'agronomie aujourd'hui
Editions Quae, pp.384, 2006, Synthèses (Quae), 978-2-7592-0000-9
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Practitioner group
Bertrand Ney Rooftop at AgroParisTech
The benefits and costs related to green infrastructure in cities need to be better understood through assessment tools that measure environmental impacts, for example, carbon emissions due to the transport of substrates,
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