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L. Jeanneau, O. Solecki, N. Wéry, E. Jardé, M. Gourmelon, P-Y. Communal, A. Jadas-Hécart, M-P. Caprais, G. Gruau, A-M. Pourcher. Relative decay of fecal indicator bacteria and human-associated markers : a microcosm study simulating wastewater input into seawater and freshwater. Environmental Science and Technology, Vol. 46, n° 4, pp 2375-2382.

O. Solecki, L. Jeanneau, E. Jardé, M. Gourmelon, C. Marin, A-M. Pourcher. Persistence of microbial and chemical pig manure markers as compared to faecal indicator bacteria survival in freshwater and seawater microcosms. Water Research (2011), Vol. 45, n° 15, pp 4623-4633.

L. Jeanneau, E. Jardé, G. Gruau. Influence of salinity and natural organic matter on the solid phase extraction of sterols and stanols : application to the determination of the human sterol fingerprint in aqueous matrices. Journal of Chromatography A (2011), Vol. 1218, n° 18, pp 2513-2520.

L. Jeanneau and P. Faure. Quantification of fossil organic matter in contaminated sediments from an industrial watershed : Validation of the quantitative multimolecular approach by radiocarbon analysis. Science of the Total Environment (2010), Vol. 408, n° 19, pp 4251-4256.

L. Jeanneau, P. Faure, E. Montarges-Pelletier. Evolution of the source apportionment of the lipidic fraction from sediments along the Fensch River, France : a multimolecular approach. Science of the Total Environment (2008), Vol. 398, n° 1-3, pp 96-106.

L. Jeanneau, P. Faure, E. Montarges-Pelletier. Quantitative multimolecular marker approach to investigate the spatial variability of the transfer of pollution from the Fensch River to the Moselle River (France). Science of the Total Environment (2008), Vol. 389, n° 2-3, pp 503-513.

L. Jeanneau, P. Faure, E. Jardé. Influence of natural organic matter on the solid-phase extraction of organic micropollutants : Application to the water-extract from highly contaminated river sediment. Journal of Chromatography A (2007), Vol. 1173, n° 1-2, pp 1-9.

E. Montarges-Pelletier, L. Jeanneau, P. Faure, I. Bihannic, O. Barres, B.S. Lartiges. The junction of Fensch and Moselle rivers, France. Mineralogy and composition of river materials. Environmental Geology (2007), Vol. 53, n° 1, pp 85-102.

L. Jeanneau, P. Faure, E. Montarges-Pelletier, M. Ramelli. Impact of a highly contaminated river on a more important hydrologic system : Changes in organic markers. Science of The Total Environment (2006), Vol. 372, n° 1, pp 183-192.

P. Faure, L. Jeanneau, F. Lannuzel. Analysis of organic matter by flash pyrolysis-gas chromatography-mass spectrometry in the presence of Na-smectite : When clay minerals lead to identical molecular signature. Organic Geochemistry (2006), Vol. 37, n°12, pp 1900-1912.

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