Scientific Production

Scientific Production

15/04/2014

The list below contains the scientific production of the French Institute of Pondicherry from 2009 onwards. It includes books, edited books, CD-ROMs, maps, book chapters, articles, published conference papers, theses, reports, working papers, awards and other miscellaneous publications.

For publications brought out under the imprint of the IFP and available for sale, please visit the Bookstore page. For the IFP’s scientific production deposited in the HAL-SHS open archive see the IFP's HAL-SHS page.

2018

Books

(1)
BURGOS A., [et al.] and PROISY C., 2018. Mangrove. Une forêt dans la mer, CNRS & Le Cherche-Midi, Paris, 168 pages, ISBN: 978-2-7491-5764-1, Sous la direction de F. Fromard, E. Michaud, M. Hossaert-McKey.

Peer-reviewed journal articles

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BARNAUD C., [et al.] and MATHEVET R., 2018. Ecosystem services, social interdependencies, and collective action: a conceptual framework, Ecology and Society, 23 (1) : 15, https://doi.org/10.5751/ES-09848-230115. [Publisher link]
CHANDELIER M., STEUCKARDT A., MATHEVET R., DIWERSY S. and GIMENEZ O., 2018. Content analysis of newspaper coverage of wolf recolonization in France using structural topic modeling, Biological conservation, 220 : 254-261, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2018.01.029. [Publisher link]
MATHEVET R., BOUSQUET F. and RAYMOND C. M., 2018. The concept of stewardship in sustainability science and conservation biology, Biological Conservation, 217 : 363-370, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2017.10.015. [Publisher link]
MUTHUSANKAR G., PROISY C., BALASUBRAMANIAN D., BAUTES N., BHALLA R.S., MATHEVET R., RICOUT A., SENTHIL BABU D. and VASUDEVAN S., 2018. When socio-economic plans exacerbate vulnerability to physical coastal processes on the South East Coast of India, Journal of Coastal Research, 85 : 10.2112/SI85-001.1.
NATH C.D., ARAVAJY S., RAZASEKARAN D. and MUTHUSANKAR G., 2018. Heritage conservation and environmental threats at the 192-year-old botanical garden in Pondicherry, India, Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 31 : 241-251, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ufug.2018.02.004. [Publisher link]
REY-VALETTE H., BEURET J.-E. and RICHARD-FERROUDJI A., 2018. Des indicateurs pour identifier les effets des démarches participatives : application au cas du département du Gard / Indicators to explore the effects of participatory settings : the case of the Gard [online article], Revue d’Économie Régionale & Urbaine, 5 (1) : 5-31. [Publisher link]
RIOTTE J., [et al.], ANUPAMA K. and PRASAD S., 2018. Processes controlling silicon isotopic fractionation in a forested tropical watershed: Mule Hole Critical Zone Observatory (Southern India), Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 228 : 301-319, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gca.2018.02.046. [Publisher link]
VIMAL R., GATISO T. and MATHEVET R., 2018. Monitoring in Tropical National Parks: The Power of Knowledge, Conservation and Society, 1-15, DOI : 10.4103/cs.cs_17_12. [Publisher link]
WALCKER R., GANDOIS L., PROISY C. and [et al.], 2018. Control of ‘blue carbon’ storage by mangrove ageing: evidence from a 66-year chronosequence in French Guiana, Global Change Biology, doi : 10.1111/gcb.1410. [Publisher link]
2017

Books

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TATACHARYA N.S.R. and LAKSHMINARASIMHAM S., 2017. The Avacchedakatānirukti (of the Dīdhiti and Gādādharī) with the Subodhā commentary by N.S. Ramanuja Tatacharya, Regards sur l'Asie du Sud no 8 / Vyākhyānamālā no 2. SCSVMV University Publication Series no 38, Institut Français de Pondichéry / Sri Chandrasekharendra Saraswathi Viswa Mahavidyalaya, Kanchipuram, vi, 290 p., ISBN: 978-81-8470-210-1. [Publisher link]

Edited books

(1)
SEBASTIA B. (ed.), 2017. Eating Traditional Food : Politics, Identity and Practices, Routledge Studies in Food, Society and the Environment, Routledge, 226 p., ISBN: 9781138187009. [Publisher link]

Book chapters

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LANDY F., 2017. Urban leopards are good cartographers: Human-nonhuman and spatial conflicts at Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Mumbai, In: Rademacher A., Sivaramakrishnan K. (ed), Places of Nature in Ecologies of Urbanism, Hong Kong University Press, Hong Kong, p. 67-86, ISBN: 978-9888390595. [Publisher link]
LANDY F., 2017. Les parcs nationaux de Mumbai et Nairobi seront-ils un jour des campagnes périurbaines ?, In: Berger M., Chaléard J.L. (ed), Villes et campagnes en relations. Regards croisés Nords-Suds, Karthala, Paris, p. 155-168, ISBN: 9782811118693. [Publisher link]
PRAKASH V., 2017. Vaṇṇam : tracing the ancient Tamil music tradition, Tracing ancient India, through text and traditions, Puṣpikā; 4, Oxbow books, Oxford, p. 119-131, ISBN: 978-1-78570-756-8. [Publisher link]
SEBASTIA B., 2017. Beef is our Secret of Life: Controversial Consumption of Beef in Andhra Pradesh, India, In: Sébastia B. (ed), Eating Traditional Food: Politics, Identity and Practices, Routledge Studies in Food, Society and the Environment, Routledge, ISBN: 9781138187009. [Publisher link]
SEBASTIA B., 2017. Eating Traditional Food: Politics, Identity and Practices, In: Sébastia B. (ed), Eating Traditional Food: Politics, Identity and Practices, Routledge Studies in Food, Society and the Environment, Routledge, ISBN: 9781138187009. [Publisher link]
TEIL G., 2017. Protecting Appellations of Origin: One Hundred Years of Efforts and Debates, In: Caenegem W., Cleary J. (ed), The importance of place: geographical indications as a tool for local and regional development, Springer, p. 147-171, ISBN: 978-3-319-53073-4. [Publisher link]

Peer-reviewed journal articles

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BALACHANDRAN N. and [et al.], 2017. A new species of Tetrastigma (Vitaceae) from Tamil Nadu, southern India, Webbia : Journal of Plant Taxonomy and Geography, 72 (1) : 113-116, DOI : 10.1080/00837792.2017.1308110. [Publisher link]
BARONE S., SANNIER B., RAZÈS M., CAMPARDON M., GUÉRIN-SCHNEIDER L. and RICHARD-FERROUDJI A., 2017. Qui sont les « élus de l’eau » ? À propos de l’investissement sectoriel des élus locaux, Développement durable et territoires, 8 (2) : 18 p., DOI : 10.4000/developpementdurable.11832, Online journal. Title of this journal issue: Lutte contre le changement climatique et maîtrise de la demande d’énergie. [Publisher link]
BORGY B., [et al.], MUNOZ F. and [et al.], 2017. Sensitivity of community-level trait-environment relationships to data representativeness: a test for functional biogeography (In press), Global Ecology and Biogeography, 26 (6) : 729-739, DOI : 10.1111/geb.12573. [Publisher link]
BOUCHET D.C., CHEPTOU P.-O. and MUNOZ F., 2017. Mowing influences community-level variation in resource use strategies and flowering phenology along an ecological succession on Mediterranean road slopes, Applied Vegetation Science, 20 (3) : 376-387, doi : 10.1111/avsc.12311. [Publisher link]
COUDERT Y., BELL N.E., EDELIN C. and HARRISON J., 2017. Multiple innovations underpinned branching form diversification in mosses, New Phytologist, To complete once published (vol/issue & pages), DOI : 10.1111/nph.14553, http://www.cnrs.fr/insb/recherche/parutions/articles2017/y-coudert.html. [Publisher link]
DHATCHANAMOORTHY N., BALACHANDRAN N. and RAVIKUMAR K., 2017. Rediscovery and lectotypification of Lepidagathis diffusa (Acanthaceae), an endemic species from southern India, Rheedea, 27 (2) : 96-98, https://dx.doi.org/10.22244/rheedea.2017.27.2.17. [Publisher link]
GAUCHEREL C., THÉRO H., PUISEUX A. and BONHOMME V., 2017. Understand ecosystem regime shifts by modelling ecosystem development using Boolean networks, Ecological Complexity, 31 : 104-114, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecocom.2017.06.001. [Publisher link]
GAUCHEREL C. and MORON V., 2017. Potential stabilizing points to mitigate tipping point interactions in Earth’s climate, International Journal of Climatology, 37 (1) : 399-408, DOI : 10.1002/joc.4712. [Publisher link]
GOEDECKE J., GUÉRIN I., D’ESPALLIER B. and VENKATASUBRAMANIAN G., 2017. Why Do Financial Inclusion Policies Fail in Mobilizing Savings from the Poor : Lessons from Rural South India, Development Policy Review, DOI : 10.1111/dpr.12272. [Publisher link]
GONMADJE C., PICARD N., GOURLET-FLEURY S., RÉJOU-MÉCHAIN M. and [et al.], 2017. Altitudinal filtering of large-tree species explains above-ground biomass variation in an Atlantic Central African rain forest, Journal of Tropical Ecology, 33 (2) : 143-154, DOI : 10.1017/S0266467416000602. [Publisher link]
GRENIÉ M., DENELLE P., TUCKER C.M., MUNOZ F. and VIOLLE C., 2017. funrar: An R package to characterize functional rarity, Diversity and Distribution, 23 (2) : 1365-1371, DOI : 10.1111/ddi.12629. [Publisher link]
GUÉRIN I., LANOS Y., MICHIEL S., NORDMAN C.J. and VENKATASUBRAMANIAN G., 2017. Insights on Demonetisation from Rural Tamil Nadu: Understanding Social Networks and Social Protection, Economic & Political Weekly, 52 (52) : 44-53. [Publisher link]
GUSMAWATI N., [et al.], PROISY C. and [et al.], 2017. Surveying shrimp aquaculture pond activity using multitemporal VHSR satellite images - case study from the Perancak estuary, Bali, Indonesia, Marine Pollution Bulletin, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.marpolbul.2017.03.059. [Publisher link]
HUDSON L.N., [et al.], PÉLISSIER R. and RAMESH B.R., 2017. The database of the PREDICTS (Projecting Responses of Ecological Diversity In Changing Terrestrial Systems) project, Ecology and Evolution, 7 (1) : 145-188, DOI : 10.1002/ece3.2579. [Publisher link]
JEYAKUMAR S., AYYAPPAN N., MUTHURAMKUMAR S. and RAJARATHINAM K., 2017. Impacts of selective logging on diversity, species compostion and biomass of residual lowland dipterocarp forest in central Western Ghats, India, Tropical Ecology, 58 (2) : 315-330. [Publisher link]
JHA C.S., 2017. Bhuvadayo Dhatavah Itisutra vicharah” (भूवादयो धातवः इति सूत्रविचारः), International Journal of Indian Languages and Literature, 2 : 67-72. [Publisher link]
JHA C.S., 2017. Sarvatra Vibhasa goh Itisutra vicharah” (सर्वत्र विभाषा गोः इति सूत्रविचारः), International Journal of Sanskrit Research in Sanskrit, 3 : 18-21. [Publisher link]
JHA C.S., 2017. Purana vimarsah” (पुराणविमर्शः), International Journal of Sanskrit Research in Sanskrit, 3 : 116-119. [Publisher link]
JUCKER T., CASPERSEN J., CHAVE J., ANTIN C. and [et al.], 2017. Allometric equations for integrating remote sensing imagery into forest monitoring programmes, Global Change Biology, 23 (1) : 177-190, DOI : 10.1111/gcb.13388. [Publisher link]
LANDY F., BELAIDI N. and GAUDRY-SADA K.-H., 2017. Les espaces protégés urbains, vecteurs de justice ou d’injustice pour les populations autochtones ? Les cas de Xochimilco et des parcs nationaux de Mumbai et du Cap/Urban Protected Areas: Forces of justice or injustice for Indigenous populations? The cases of Xochimilco and the national parks of Mumbai and Cape Town, Justice spatiale / Spatial Justice, (11) . [Publisher link]
LANDY F., 2017. Rescaling the public distribution system in India: Mapping the uneven transition from spatialization to territorialization, Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space, 35 (1) : 113-129, DOI : 10.1177/0263774X16666080. [Publisher link]
LANDY F., 2017. Que peut apprendre l’Inde à la France en matière de gestion des bidonvilles ?, Cause commune, 2 . [Publisher link]
MARIUS K., 2017. L’Inde : la loi avance, le patriarcat résiste, Travail, genre et sociétés, 38 (2) : 193-199, DOI : 10.3917/tgs.038.0193. [Publisher link]
MISHRA D., 2017. Mayūra : the poet and his popularity, Dhimahi: Journal of Chinmaya International Foundation Shodha Sansthan, 8 : 178-187.
MOREL J., BAC A. and VEGA C., 2017. Terrain Model Reconstruction from Terrestrial LiDAR Data Using Radial Basis Functions, IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 37 (5) : 72-84, DOI : 10.1109/MCG.2017.3621225 . [Publisher link]
MURUGAN K. and SARAVANAN G., 2017. A Scientometric Study on International Journal of Remote Sensing: 2006-2015, Journal of Advances in Library and Information Science, 6 (2) : 139-145. [Publisher link]
MUTHUSANKAR G. and [et al.], 2017. Coastal erosion vs man-made protective structures: evaluating a two-decade history from southeastern India, Natural Hazards, 85 (1) : 637-647, DOI : 10.1007/s11069-016-2583-7. [Publisher link]
OSURI A.M., [et al.], AYYAPPAN N. and [et al.], 2017. Successional status, seed dispersal mode and overstorey species influence tree regeneration in tropical rain-forest fragments in Western Ghats, India, Journal of Tropical Ecology, DOI : https://doi.org/10.1017/S0266467417000219. [Publisher link]
PARGAL S., [et al.], BALACHANDRAN N., RÉJOU-MÉCHAIN M. and PÉLISSIER R., 2017. Inverting Aboveground Biomass–Canopy Texture Relationships in a Landscape of Forest Mosaic in the Western Ghats of India Using Very High Resolution Cartosat Imagery, Remote Sensing, 9 (3) : 228, DOI : 10.3390/rs9030228. [Publisher link]
PERRONNE R., MUNOZ F. and [et al.], 2017. How to design trait-based analyses of community assembly mechanisms: insights and guidelines from a literature review, Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics, 25 : 29-44, http://doi.org/10.1016/j.ppees.2017.01.004. [Publisher link]
PLOTON P., AYYAPPAN N., BALACHANDRAN N., BARATHAN N., PROISY C., RÉJOU-MÉCHAIN M., PÉLISSIER R. and [et al.], 2017. Toward a general tropical forest biomass prediction model from very high resolution optical satellite images, Remote Sensing of Environment, 200 : 140-153, DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.rse.2017.08.001. [Publisher link]
PRABHAKAR R., THOMAS V. and BALASUBRAMANIAN D., 2017. Databasing Crop Plants from the People's Biodiversity Register of India, Biodiversity Information Science and Standards, 1 : e19820, DOI : 10.3897/tdwgproceedings.1.19820. [Publisher link]

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