PhD, Engineer, hydro-ecologist, IRD

Address: IRD c/o iEES Paris – 179 Wireless Road, Lumpini, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand

Phone: +66 (0) 627 91 00 44

Email: jean-louis.janeau|DONTWANTSPAM|@ird.fr

 

Main fields of research and expertise

Research engineer at the IRD, attached to the Institute of Ecology and Environmental Sciences of Paris (IEES-Paris), Jean-Louis Janeau has been working in Thailand since April 2016 in the Land Development Department (LDD), as expert-hydro-ecologist for the TICA program Towards an improvement of soil and water quality in the context of land use and climate changes in Thailand. He coordinates the activities of the MSEC regional project (Multiple Scales Environmental Changes), in which he has already been involved in previous positions (2000-2006 within the International Institute for Water Management, IWMI-IRD in Thailand and Vietnam (2010-2015 as head of the MSEC Vietnam).

During his 34-year career he has worked in various research programs in West and South Africa, Mexico and Ecuador. His areas of expertise are hydrophysical measurements and erosion parameters in natural and agricultural environments, and mapping of soil surface features. He also worked as a consulting engineer in hydroecology for natural disasters (El Nino and 1998 landslides) in Ecuador, with the Ecuadorian government and for the establishment and management of hydro-sedimentary balances of ecosystems. natural and anthropised within the municipality of Quito for 4 years. He also transmits his experience by intervening in a Master’s degree from the University of Tours.

 

Recent publications (2014-2018)

Nguyen Hong Thi Mai, Billen J., Garnier J., Janeau J-L, Thi Phuong Quynh Le, Rochelle-Newall E. 2016. Seasonal variability of faecal indicator bacteria numbers and die-off rates in the Red River basin, North Viet Nam. Scientific Reports 6, 21644; doi: 10.1038/srep21644.

Rochelle-Newall E., Ribolzi O., Viguier M., Chanthamousone Thammahacksa, Silvera N., Keooudone Latsachack, Rinh Pham Dinh, Piyapong Naporn Hai Tran Sy, Bounsamay Soulileuth,,Nikom Hmaimum, Pem Sisouvanh, Robain H., Janeau J.L., Valentin C., Boithias L., Pierret A.2016. Effect of land use and hydrological processes on Escherichia coli concentrations in streams of tropical, humid headwater catchments. Scientific Reports| 6:32974 | DOI: 10.1038/srep32974

Le, H. T., Ho, C. T., Trinh, Q. H., Trinh, D. A., Luu, M. T. N., Tran, H. S., Orange, D., Janeau, J. L., Merroune, A., Rochelle-Newall, E. & Pommier, T., 2016 Responses of Aquatic Bacteria to Terrestrial Runoff: Effects on Community Structure and Key Taxonomic Groups. Frontiers in Microbiology. 7.

Duc Anh, T., L. Thi Nguyet Minh, T. Quan Hong, T. Hai Sy, T. Tien Minh, L. Thi Phuong Quynh, D. Thuy Thi, D. Orange, J. L. Janeau, T. Pommier & E. Rochelle-Newall, 2016. Impact of terrestrial runoff on organic matter, trophic state, and phytoplankton in a tropical, upland reservoir. Aquatic Sciences 78(2):367-379.

Thi Phuong Ngo, Dang Dinh Kim, Thuy Thu D., Jouquet, P., Janeau, J.-L. & Rumpel, C., 2016 Mixing of biochar with organic amendments reduces carbon removal after field exposure under tropical conditions. Ecological Engineering 91: (378-380). doi: 10.1016/j.ecoleng.2016.01.011

Janeau, J. L., Grellier, S. & Podwojewski, P., 2015 Influence of rainfall interception by endemic plants versus short cycle crops on water infiltration in high altitude ecosystems of Ecuador. Hydrology Research. 46(6), 1008-1018. DOI:10.2166/nh.2015.203

Podwojewski P., Poulenard J. & Janeau J.L., 2015 Effects of land-use changes on soil properties: volcano watershed in Quito, Ecuador.  In: Romeo R. (ed.), Vita A. (ed.), Manuelli S. (ed.), Zanini E. (ed.), Freppaz M. (ed.), Stanchi S. (ed.) Understanding mountain soils: a contribution from mountain areas to the International Year of Soils 2015. Rome: FAO, 2015, p. 95-96. ISBN 978-92-5-108804-3.

Rochelle Newall Emma, Do Duy Phai, Janeau Jean-Louis, Jouquet Pascal, Henry des Tureaux Thierry, Maeght Jean-Luc, Nguyen Duy Phuong, Nguyen Van Thiet, Orange Didier, Pham Dinh Rinh, Podwojewski Pascal, Ribolzi Olivier, De Rouw Anneke, Silvera Norbert, Doan Thi Thuy, Tran Minh Tien, Tran Duc Toan, Tran Sy Hai, Valentin Christian. Ket qua hop tác nghiên cuu ve quan ly tài nguyên đat giua vien nghiên cuu phát trien pháp và vien tho nhưong nông hóa. In : Hoi Thao Quoc Gia Dat Viet Nam Hiên Trang Su Dung Va Thach Thuc. Hanoï : Nhà XuẤt Ban Nông Nghiêp [Agriculture Publ. House], 2015, p. 266-273. Hoi Thao Quoc Gia Dat Viet Nam Hiên Trang Su Dung Va Thach Thuc [Conférence Nationale sur l’Utilisation des Terres au Viet Nam] ; , Hanoï (VTN), 2015/10/11. ISBN 9786046021711

Thuy Thu, D., Henry-des-Tureaux, T., Rumpel, C., Janeau, J.-L. & Jouquet, P., 2015 Impact of compost, vermicompost and biochar on soil fertility, maize yield and soil erosion in Northern Vietnam: A three year mesocosm experiment. Science of the Total Environment. 514, 147-154.

Duc Anh Trinh, Thi Nguyet Minh Luu, Quan Hong Trinh, Hai Sy Tran, Tien Minh Tran, Thi Phuong Quynh Le, Thuy Thi Duong, Orange D., Janeau J-L, Pommier T., Rochelle-Newall E (2015) Impact of terrestrial runoff on organic matter, trophic state, and phytoplankton in a tropical, upland reservoir. Aquatic Sciences pp 1-13. DOI 10.1007/s00027-015-0439-y

Janeau J.L., Gillard L.C., Grellier S., Jouquet P., Thi Phuong Quynh Le, Thi Nguyet Minh Luu, Quoc Anh Ngo Orange D., Dinh Rinh Pham, Duc Toan Tran, Sy Hai Tran, Anh Duc Trinh, Valentin C., Rochelle-Newall E. 2014. Soil erosion, dissolved organic carbon and nutrient losses under different land use systems in a small catchment in northern Vietnam. Agricultural Water Management. 146: 314-323. DOI: 10.1016/j.agwat.2014.09.006

Pommier, T., Merroune, A., Bettarel, Y., Got, P., Janeau, J.-L., Jouquet, P., Thu, T. D., Toan, T. D. & Rochelle-Newall, E., 2014 Off-site impacts of agricultural composting: role of terrestrially derived organic matter in structuring aquatic microbial communities and their metabolic potential. Fems Microbiology Ecology. 90(3), 622-632.

Grellier S., Florsch, N., Janeau J.L., Podwojewski P., Camerlynck C., Barot S., Ward D., Lorentz S., 2014. Soil clay influences Acacia encroachment in a South African grassland. Ecohydrology. 7(6), 1474-1484. DOI: 10.1002/eco.1472

Thu Doan T., Bouvier C., Bettarel Y., Bouvier T., Henry-des-Tureaux T., Janeau J.L., Lamballe P., Van Nguyen B., Jouquet P., 2014. Influence of buffalo manure, compost, vermicompost and biochar amendments on bacterial and viral communities in soil and adjacent aquatic systems. Applied Soil Ecology 73: 78-86.

Valentin, C., Boonsaner, A., Janeau, J. L., Jouquet, P., des Tureaux, T. H., Huon, S., Latsachack, K., Le Troquer, Y., Maeght, J. L., Orange, D., Rinh, P. D., Pierret, A., Podwojewski, P., Ribolzi, O., de Rouw, A., Sengtaheuanghoung, O., Silvera, N., Robain, H., Soulileuth, B., Thothong, W., Toan, T. D. & Hai, T. S., 2014. Lessons from long-term monitoring of soil erosion in three southeast Asian agricultural catchments undergoing rapid land-use changes. In: T. M. Daniell, H. A. J. VanLanen, S. Demuth, G. Laaha, E. Servat, G. Mahe, J. F. Boyer, J. M. Paturel, A. Dezetter & D. Ruelland (Eds.), Hydrology in a Changing World: Environmental and Human Dimensions. IAHS Publication. Int Assoc Hydrological Sciences, Wallingford, pp. 303-308.

Book chapters

Grellier S., Seyler P., Petitjean C., Bonnet M.P., Thothong W., Janeau J.L., 2015. Heavy metals contamination in the ecosystem of Mae Tang Reservoir in northern Thailand. In Socio-Ecological Dimensions of Infectious Diseases in Southeast Asia, Part II, chapter 5, pp 57-74. Springer Book edited by Morand et al. ISBN 978-981-287-526-6 and ISBN 978-981-287-527-3 (eBook) – DOI 10.1007/978-981-287-527-3

Vincent Herbreteau, Kraichat Tantrakarnapa, Wasana Khaungaew, Jean-Louis Janeau, 2015. Water and Health: What Is the Risk and Visible Burden of the Exposure to Environmental Contaminations? Insights from a Questionnaire-Based Survey in Northern Thailand. In Socio-Ecological Dimensions of Infectious Diseases in Southeast Asia, Part II, chapter 5, pp 75-88. Springer Book edited by Morand et al. ISBN 978-981-287-526-6 and ISBN 978-981-287-527-3 (eBook) – DOI 10.1007/978-981-287-527-3