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ROTURIER Samuel

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Statut : Chercheur associé

Maître de Conférences AgroParisTech (Page personnelle)

Laboratoire :
UMR 8079 Écologie, Systématique, Évolution
Université Paris Sud/CNRS/AgroParisTech

Contact :
E-mail : samuel.roturier@u-psud.fr ou samuel.roturier@agroparistech.fr
Tél. : +33 (0)1 69 15 56 70 (UPSud) ou +33 (0)1 44 09 86 34 (AgroParisTech)

Recherche actuelle

- BRISK : Bridging Indigenous and Scientific Knowledge about global change in the Arctic (Program funded by the French National Research Agency)

Thèse au laboratoire d’écoanthropologie soutenue en 2009

- Roturier, S. 2009. Managing reindeer lichen during forest regeneration procedures : Linking Sami herders’ knowledge and forestry. Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Doctoral thesis No. 84. (available here)

Fakta om min Doktorsavhandling (på svenska) och (sámegiella)

Publications associées

- Roturier, S. 2011. Sami herders’ classification system of reindeer winter pastures – A contribution to adapt forest management to reindeer herding in northern Sweden. Rangifer 31(1), 61-69. (available here)

- Roturier, S., Sundén, M.& Bergsten, U. 2011. Re-establishment rate of reindeer lichen species following conventional disc trenching and HuMinMix soil preparation in Pinus-lichen clear-cut stands : A survey study in northern Sweden. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 26(2), 90-98.

- Roturier, S. & Roué, M. 2009. Of forest, snow and lichen : Sami reindeer herders’ knowledge of winter pastures in northern Sweden. Forest Ecology and Management 258(9), 1960-1967.

- Roturier, S., Bäcklund, S., Sundén, M., Bergsten, U. 2007. Influence of ground substrate on establishment of reindeer lichen after artificial dispersal. Silva Fennica 41(2), 269-280. (available here)

- Roturier, S., Bergsten, U. 2006. Influence of soil scarification on reindeer foraging and damage to planted Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) seedlings. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 21(3), 209-220.