Marie Benoit

Marie Benoit
Associate Professor, PhD Agronomy & Environment

Agronomy and protection of water resources

Research Unit
Agroécologie et environnement

Key Words

Cropping systems, Nitrogen leaching, Greenhouse gas emissions, Organic farming

Current projects

  • Research activities on the impacts of farming practices in the environment.


Teaching activities

  • Components of the Agroecosystem – Plant Stands (2nd year)
  • Functioning of the agroecosystem at the plot scale (2nd year)
  • Animal and vegetable productions (3rd year)
  • Organic farming, territories and markets (4th year)
  •  DA agroecology and agronomic innovations (5th year)
  •   Master of Agroecology


Professional experience and training

  • Since 2019: Teacher-Researcher at ISARA (Lyon, FR)
  • 2017-2019: Scientific communication officer at PROTECT’eau (Namur, BE)
  • 2015-2017: Teacher-Researcher in Agroecology at UniLaSalle (Rouen, FR)
  • 2014-2015: Post-doctorate in agri-environmental modeling in collaboration with INRA (Laon, FR)
  • 2011-2014: PhD in Agronomy-Environment at UPMC (Paris, FR)
  • “Leaching and atmospheric emissions in organic and conventional systems of the Seine basin”
  • 2011: Agronomy engineer degree from ENSAIA (Nancy, FR) –
  • Specialty in Environmental Science and Technology

Latest publications


Journal articles


Cyrine Rezgui, Isabelle Trinsoutrot-Gattin, Marie Benoit, Karine Laval, Wassila Riah-Anglet. Linking changes in the soil microbial community to C and N dynamics during crop residue decomposition. Journal of Integrative Agriculture , 2021, 20 (11), pp.3039 - 3059. ⟨10.1016/s2095-3119(20)63567-5⟩. ⟨hal-03353784⟩
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Cyrine Rezgui, Wassila Riah-Anglet, Marie Benoit, Pierre Yves Bernard, Karine Laval, et al.. Impacts of the Winter Pea Crop (Instead of Rapeseed) on Soil Microbial Communities, Nitrogen Balance and Wheat Yield. Agriculture, 2020, 10 (11), pp.548. ⟨10.3390/agriculture10110548⟩. ⟨hal-03014619⟩
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