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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