We consider analytically the non-cooperative behavior of many private property owners who each controls the stock of a public bad such as an invasive weed species, infectious disease, fire, or agricultural pest. The stock of the public bad can grow and disperse across a spatial domain of arbitrary size.
Biotransformation of phenanthrene and benzo[a]pyrene by selected filamentous fungi grown on wet sand. ISEB'97 Meeting on Bioremediation
Glyoxal Oxidases from Pycnoporus Cinnabarinus for Green Chemistry Applications . International Symposium on Green Chemistry (2017)
We investigate how variations in soil fertility affect civil conflicts. We first present a model with heterogeneous land in which variations in input prices (fertilizers) affect appropriable rents and the opportunity costs of fighting. The theory predicts that spikes in input prices increase the likelihood of conflicts through their effect on income and inequality, and that this effect is magnified when soil fertility is naturally more heterogenous.
Decontamination of polluted soils with white-rot fungi: aromatic hydrocarbons and chloride compounds. Biodépoll'99: Biotechnology in environmental protection
Interference of soil contaminants with laccase activity during the transformation of complex mixtures of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) in liquid media. 18th International Symposium on Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds
In this paper, we address the estimation of the sensitivity indices called "Shapley eects". These sensitivity indices enable to handle dependent input variables. The Shapley eects are generally dicult to estimate, but they are easily computable in the Gaussian linear framework. The aim of this work is to use the values of the Shapley eects in an approximated Gaussian linear framework as estimators of the true Shapley eects corresponding to a non-linear model.