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 Sol Agro et hydrosystème Spatialisation

65, rue de St-Brieuc CS 84215
 35042 Rennes Cedex - France

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Activités - Fonctions

 

  • Hayo a obtenu son diplôme d’ingénieur agronome à l’Ecole Nationale Supérieur d’Agronomie de Deventer (Pays-Bas), et un Masters en « Crop Science » à l’Université de Guelph au Canada. Il est docteur en Sciences Agronomiques et Environnementales de l’Université de Wageningen aux Pays-Bas. Aux Pays-Bas il a étudié l’agronomie du maïs et l’agronomie et l’écophysiologie du chanvre.
  • De 1995 à 1997 il a été en postdoc dans à l’INRA de Colmar, où il a mis au point un système expert permettant d’évaluer les impacts environnementaux des applications de pesticides en grandes cultures. Depuis 1997 il travaille à l’INRA de Rennes, où il s’intéresse à l’analyse environnementale des systèmes, en particulier à travers des travaux méthodologiques et appliqués en Analyse de Cycle de Vie des systèmes de production agricoles.
     
     
     
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      Membre du comité d'organisation du  colloque international LCA FOOD 2012

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 Hayo participe entre autres dans le programme Agri-BALYSE, qui a pour objectif de réaliser une base de données publique d’Analyse de Cycle de Vie des produits agricole français. Dans ce projet il dirige le volet Productions Animales.

Publications récentes

  • Van der Werf H M G, Petit J, Sanders J, 2005. The environmental impacts of the production of concentrated feed: the case of pig feed in Bretagne. Agricultural Systems, 83: 153-177.
  • Basset-Mens C, Van der Werf H M G, 2005. Scenario-based environmental assessment of farming systems: the case of pig production in France. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 105: 127-144.
  • Papatryphon E, Petit J, Van der Werf H M G, Kaushik S J, Kanyarushoki C, 2005. Nutrient balance modeling as a tool for environmental management in aquaculture: the case of trout farming in France. Environmental Management 35: 161-174.
  • Payraudeau S, van der Werf H M G, 2005. Environmental impact assessment for a farming region: a review of methods. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 107: 1-19.
  • Halberg N, Van der Werf H M G, Basset C, Dalgaard R, de Boer I J M, 2005. Environmental assessment tools for the evaluation and improvement of European livestock production systems. Livestock Production Systems 96: 33-50.
  • Basset-Mens C, Van der Werf H M G, Durand P, Leterme P, 2006. Implications of uncertainty and variability in the Life Cycle Assessment of Pig Farming Systems. Int. J. of LCA, 11 (5) 7A: 298-304.
  • Payraudeau S, Van der Werf H M G, Vertès F, 2006. Evaluation of an operational method for the estimation of emissions of nitrogen compounds for a group of farms. International Journal of Agricultural Resources, Governance and Ecology 5 (2/3): 224-246.
  • Basset-Mens C, Van der Werf H M G, Robin P, Morvan Th, Hassouna M, Paillat JM, Vertès F, 2006. Methods and data for the environmental inventory of contrasting pig production systems. Journal of Cleaner Production, 15: 1395-1405.
  • Basset-Mens C, Anibar L, Durand P, Van der Werf H M G, 2006. Spatialised fate factors for nitrate in catchments: modelling approach and implication for LCA results. Science of the Total Environment, 367: 367-382.
  • Aubin J, Papatryphon E,Van der Werf H M G, Petit J, Morvan Y M, 2006. Characterisation of the environmental impact of a turbot (Scophthalamus maximus) re-circulating production system using Life Cycle Assessment. Aquaculture 261: 1259-1268.
  • Van der Werf H M G, Tzilivakis J, Lewis K, Basset-Mens C, 2007. Environmental impacts of farm scenarios according to five assessment methods. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 118: 327-338.
  • Payraudeau S,Van der Werf H M G, Vertès F, 2007. Analysis of the uncertainty associated with the estimation of nitrogenous emissions from a group of farms. Agricultural Systems, 94: 416-430.
  • Van der Werf H M G, Turunen L, 2008. The environmental impacts of the production of hemp and flax textile yarn. Industrial Crops and Products, 27: 1-10. doi :10.1016/j.indcrop.2007.
  • Bonneau M., Dourmad J.Y., Lebret B., Meunier-Salaün M.C., Espagnol S., Salaün Y., Leterme P.,van der Werf H., 2008. Evaluation globale des systèmes de production porcine et leur optimisation au niveau de l’exploitation. Productions Animales 21: 367-386.
  • Aubin, J., Papatryphon, E.,van der Werf, H.M.G., and Chatzifotis, S. 2009. Assessment of the environmental impact of carnivorous finfish production systems using life cycle assessment. J Clean Prod 17: 354-361. doi:10.1016/j.clepro.208.08.008
  • Lopez-Ridaura S.,van der Werf H.M.G., Paillat J.M., Le Bris B., 2009. Environmental evaluation of transfer and treatment of excess pig slurry by life cycle assessment. Journal of Environmental Management 90: 1296-1304.
  • Van der Werf, H.M.G., Kanyarushoki, C., Corson, M.S, 2009. An operational method for the evaluation of resource use and environmental impacts of dairy farms by life cycle assessment. Journal of Environmental Management, 90: 3643-3652.
  • Prudêncio da Silva V.,van der Werf H.M.G., Spies A., Soares S.R., 2010. Variability in environmental impacts of Brazilian soybean according to crop production and transport scenarios. Journal of Environmental Management, 91: 1831-1839.