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Do floral and niche shifts favour the establishment and persistence of newly arisen polyploids? A case study in an Alpine primrose.
2017. , 119 (1) pp. 81-93. Peer-reviewed., , , , ,
ecospat: an R package to support spatial analyses and modeling of species niches and distributions
2017. , 40 (6) pp. 774-787. Peer-reviewed., , , , , , , , , et al.,
The contribution of cold air pooling to the distribution of a rare and endemic plant of the Alps
2017. , 10 (1) pp. 29-42. Peer-reviewed., , , ,
How Do Cold-Adapted Plants Respond to Climatic Cycles? Interglacial Expansion Explains Current Distribution and Genomic Diversity in Primula farinosa L.
2017. , 66 (5) pp. 715-736. Peer-reviewed., , , , , ,
Barn owls display larger black feather spots in cooler regions of the British Isles
2016. , 119 (2) pp. 445-454. Peer-reviewed., ,
A spatial modelling framework for assessing climate change impacts on freshwater ecosystems: Response of brown trout (Salmo trutta L.) biomass to warming water temperature
2015. , 313 pp. 1-12. Peer-reviewed., , ,
Water availability predicts forest canopy height at the global scale.
2015. , 18 (12) pp. 1311-1320., , ,
Validation of and comparison between a semidistributed rainfall-runoff hydrological model (PREVAH) and a spatially distributed snow-evolution model (SnowModel) for snow cover prediction in mountain ecosystems
2015. , 8 (7) pp. 1181-1193., , , , ,
Glover's rule in North American barn owls
2015. , 132 (1) pp. 321-332., ,
Accounting for tree line shift, glacier retreat and primary succession in mountain plant distribution models
2014. , 20 (12) pp. 1379-1391., , , , , , , , ,
Spring frost and growing season length co-control the cold range limits of broad- leaved trees
2014. , 41 (4) pp. 773-783. Peer-reviewed., , ,
How accurately can minimum temperatures at the cold limits of tree species be extrapolated from weather station data?
2014. , 184 pp. 257-266. Peer-reviewed., , , ,
Pattern recognition ecological niche models fit to presence-only and presence-absence data
2014. , 5 (8) pp. 761-770. Peer-reviewed., , , ,
Topo-climatic microrefugia explain the persistence of a rare endemic plant in the Alps during the last 21 millennia.
2014. , 20 (7) pp. 2286-2300. Peer-reviewed., , , , ,
Very high-resolution environmental predictors in species distribution models: moving beyond topography?
2014. , 38 (1) pp. 79-96. Peer-reviewed., , , , ,
Predicting fine-scale tree species abundance patterns using biotic variables derived from LiDAR and high spatial resolution imagery
2014. , 150 pp. 120-131., , , ,
A framework for assessing the scale of influence of environmental factors on ecological patterns
2014. , 20 (SI) pp. 151-156. Peer-reviewed., , , , , , , ,
Environment and dispersal paths override life strategies and residence time in determining regional patterns of invasion by alien plants.
2014. , 16 (1) pp. 1-10. Peer-reviewed., , , , , , , , , ,
Genetic vs. non-genetic responses of leaf morphology and growth to elevation in temperate tree species
2014. , 28 (1) pp. 243-252. Peer-reviewed., , , , , , ,
Working toward integrated models of alpine plant distribution.
2013. , 123 (2) pp. 41-53., , , , , ,
A greener Greenland? Climatic potential and long-term constraints on future expansions of trees and shrubs.
2013. , 368 (1624) p. 20120479., , , , , , , , , et al.,
Thermal niches are more conserved at cold than warm limits in arctic-alpine plant species
2013. , 22 (8) pp. 933-941. Peer-reviewed., , , , , , , , , et al.,
Accuracy of plant assemblage predictions from species distribution models varies along environmental gradients
2013. , 22 (1) pp. 52-63. Peer-reviewed., , , , , , , ,
Disentangling the effects of global climate and regional land-use change on the current and future distribution of mangroves in South Africa
2013. , 22 (6-7) pp. 1369-1390., , , , , ,
Do the elevational limits of deciduous tree species match their thermal latitudinal limits?
2013. , 22 (8) pp. 913-923., , , , , , ,
Divergent and narrower climatic niches characterize polyploid species of European primroses in Primula sect. Aleuritia
2013. , 40 (7) pp. 1278-1289. Peer-reviewed., , , , ,
Will climate change drive alien invasive plants into areas of high protection value? An improved model-based regional assessment to prioritise the management of invasions.
2013. , 131 pp. 185-195. Peer-reviewed., , , , , , , , , ,
Using life strategies to explore the vulnerability of ecosystem services to invasion by alien plants
2013. , 16 (4) pp. 678-693. Peer-reviewed., , , , , , , ,
Elevational adaptation and plasticity in seedling phenology of temperate deciduous tree species
2013. , 171 (3) pp. 663-678., , , , , ,
Measuring ecological niche overlap from occurrence and spatial environmental data
2012. , 21 (4) pp. 481-497. Peer-reviewed., , , , , , , , , et al.,
Response to comment on "Climatic niche shifts are rare among terrestrial plant invaders"
2012. , 338 (6104) p. 193. Peer-reviewed., , , , , ,
Unrestricted quality of seeds in European broad-leaved tree species growing at the cold boundary of their distribution.
2012. , 109 (2) pp. 473-480., , , , ,
Climatic niche shifts are rare among terrestrial plant invaders.
2012. , 335 (6074) pp. 1344-1348. Peer-reviewed., , , , , ,
Temperature variation among mangrove latitudinal range limits worldwide
2012. , 26 (6) pp. 1919-1931., , , , , ,
Tree recruitment of European tree species at their current upper elevational limits in the Swiss Alps
2012. , 39 (8) pp. 1439-1449., , , , , ,
21st century climate change threatens mountain flora unequally across Europe
2011. , 17 (7) pp. 2330-2341. Peer-reviewed., , , , , , , , , et al.,
Where will conflicts between alien and rare species occur after climate and land-use change? A test with a novel combined modelling approach
2011. , 13 (5) pp. 1209-1227. Peer-reviewed., , , , , , ,
Overcoming the rare species modelling paradox: test of a novel hierarchical framework with an Iberian endemic plant
2010. , 143 (11) pp. 2647-2657. Peer-reviewed., , , , , , ,
Species distribution models reveal apparent competitive and facilitative effects of a dominant species on the distribution of tundra plants
2010. , 33 (6) pp. 1004-1014. Peer-reviewed., , , , , , , , , ,
La compétition interspécifique
2010. pp. 591-613 dans Thomas F., Lefevre T., Raymond M. (eds.) , De Boeck., , , , ,
Variation in habitat suitability does not always relate to variation in species' plant functional traits.
2010. , 6 (1) pp. 120-123. Peer-reviewed., , , , ,
What drives invasibility? A multi-model inference test and spatial modelling of alien plant species richness patterns in northern Portugal
2010. , 33 (6) pp. 1081-1092. Peer-reviewed., , , , ,
Predicting future distributions of mountain plants under climate change: does dispersal capacity matter?
2009. , 32 (1) pp. 34-45. Peer-reviewed., , , , , , ,
Changes in reproductive investment with altitude in an alpine plant
2009. , 2 (3) pp. 125-134. Peer-reviewed., , , ,
Importance of abiotic stress as a range-limit determinant for European plants: insights from species' responses to climatic gradients
2009. , 18 (4) pp. 437-449. Peer-reviewed., , , , , ,
Climate change and plant distribution: local models predict high-elevation persistence
2009. , 15 (6) pp. 1557-1569. Peer-reviewed., , , , , , , , ,
Land use improves spatial predictions of mountain plant abundance but not presence-absence
2009. , 20 (6) pp. 996-1008. Peer-reviewed., , , , ,
Introduction of snow and geomorphic disturbance variables into predictive models of alpine plant distribution in the Western Swiss Alps
2009. , 41 (3) pp. 347-361. Peer-reviewed., , , , ,
Low impact of climate change on subalpine grasslands in the Swiss Northern Alps?
2009. , 15 (1) pp. 209-220. Peer-reviewed., , , , ,
Niche dynamics in space and time.
2008. , 23 (3) pp. 149-158. Peer-reviewed., , , ,
Prediction of plant species distributions across six millennia.
2008. , 11 (4) pp. 357-369. Peer-reviewed., , , , , , , , ,
Modelling ecological niches with support vector machines
2006. , 43 (3) pp. 424-432. Peer-reviewed., , ,
Evaluating the ability of habitat suitability models to predict species presences.
2006. , 199 (1) pp. 142-152. Peer-reviewed., , , , ,
Very high resolution digital elevation models: Do they improve models of plant species distribution?
2006. , 198 (1-2) pp. 139-153. Peer-reviewed., , ,
Are niche-based species distribution models transferable in space?
2006. , 33 (10) pp. 1689-1703. Peer-reviewed., , , , , ,