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2011

Broennimann O. 2011. Species distribution modeling: a predictive tool for island ecology and biogeography. XVII International Botanical Congress, Melbourne, Australia, July 26, 2011. Invited Talk


Broennimann O. et al 2011. Change of the climatic niche over space and time in the invasive Spotted Knapweed (Centaurea stoebe). Invited talk at the Department of Ecology & Evolution, University of Fribourg, Switzerland, May 3, 2011. Invited Talk


Broennimann O, Fitzpatrick M, Pearman P, Pellissier L, Petitpierre B, Yoccoz NG, Thuiller W, Fortin M, Randin C, Zimmermann N, Graham CH, Guisan A. 2011. A framework to measure species’ niche overlap: illustration with a large set of invasive plants. Sixth International Symposium on "Eco-Evolutionary Dynamics". Leuven, Belgium, February 4, 2011. Talk


Dubuis A, Rossier L, Pottier J,Pellissier L, Guisan A. 2011. Prédiction spatio-temporelle de la structure fonctionnelle des communautés. Congrès ECOVEG 7, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland, 1avril 2011. Talk


Gonzalez A., Guisan A., Moreno Saiz JC and Fuertes, J. 2011. Gaps in distribution of Macaronesian Navaea phoenicea are due to ecological niche discontinuities, Corcerizas environmental education center, Spain, April 2011. Talk


Guisan, A. 2011. How can species distribution models help make better conservation decisions? Inaugural conference of the National Center for Excellence in Environmental Decisions, Melbourne, Australia, December 1, 2011. Invited Talk

 

Guisan, A. 2011. Introductory Lecture. International workshop “What are SDMs useful for?”, ARC Center of Excellence in Environmental Decision (CEED), University of Melbourne, 28-29 November 2011

 

Guisan, A. 2011. Predicting species distributions: projecting the niche in space and time? CSIRO Ecosystem Sciences, Dutton Park, Brisbane, Australia, November 15, 2011. Invited Talk


Guisan, A. et al. 2011. Species distribution models: use and misuses in conservation biology? Department of Geography, University of Queensland, St-Lucia, Brisbane, Australia, October 18, 2011. Invited Talk


Guisan, A. et al. 2011. Predicting current and future distributions of species assemblages. Center for Excellence in Environmental Decisions, University of Queensland, St-Lucia, Brisbane, Australia, October 7, 2011. Invited Talk


Guisan, A. et al. 2011. Predicting current and future distributions of species and communities: a case study in the Swiss Alps. GFO Macroecology Workshop, Basel, Switzerland, February 17, 2011. Invited Talk.


Guisan, A. et al. 2011. Predicting global change impacts on the distribution of biodiversity: achievements and new challenges. Invited talks at the Department of Ecology & Evolution, University of Lausanne, Switzerland, February 16, 2011. Invited Talk


Honrado, J., Carvalho, S., Gonçalves, J., Vicente, J., Lomba, A., Cabral, J., Alonso, J., Araújo, M.B. and Guisan, A. (2011). Optimizing the conservation and monitoring of Iberian biodiversity under scenarios of ecological change. 12th European Ecological Federation Congress, “Responding to Rapid Environmental Change”, Ávila, Spain, 25-29 September 2011. Invited Talk


Ndiribe, C., Antonelli, S., Dubuis, A., Pellissier, L., Pottier, J., Vittoz, P., N. Salamin and A. Guisan. 2011. Phylogenetic Community Structure and Trait Conservatism in Alpine Angiosperms. Evolution 2011 Conference, Oklahoma, USA. Talk


Pellissier L., Litsios G., Fiedler K., Pottier J., Vittoz P., Dubuis A., Pradervand J.N., Salamin N., Guisan A. 2010. Towards more generalized biotic interaction in severe environments?. External seminar, Tromso University, Tromso, Norway 14.05.2010. Talk


Pliscoff, P. & Guisan, A. 2011. Predicting the past, present and future of plant biodiversity in Chile: A species distribution modeling approach. The International Biogeography Society, Early Career "Advances in Biogeography" Conference, Oxford, United Kindom, September 24, 2011. Talk


Pottier, J. Maiorano, L. Dubuis, A. Ndribe, C. Pellissier L. Vittoz, P. and Guisan A. 2001 Modelling mountain biodiversity response to climate: are all dimensions equally well predicted from species distribution models? 12th EEF Congress, Avila, Spain, September 26, 2011. Talk

 

Pottier J.,Dubuis A., Pellissier L., Maiorano L., Vittoz P., Randin C. and Guisan, A. 2011. Predicting assemblages from species distribution models. EU-FP6 Ecochange annual meeting, Lausanne, May 2011


Pottier,J. 2011. Predicting assemblages from species distribution models based on topoclimatic factors, Invited talk at the ECOS lab, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland, June 7, 2011. Talk.


Vicente, J., Gonçalves, J., Lomba, A., Randin, C., Alves, P., Fernandes, R., Silva, R., Alonso, J., Guisan, A. and Honrado, J. (2011). Modelling the patterns and trends of rural landscape invasion by alien plants – examples and future perspectives. 1st Iberian Conference of Invader Plants, Vigo, Spain, May 12-14, 2011. Talk

2010

Broennimann, O., Petitpierre, B. & Guisan, A. 2010. A framework to measure species' ecological niche overlap in space and time: illustration with a large set of invasive plants. NEOBIOTA 2010 Conference. Biological Invasions in a Changing World - from Science to Management, 6th NEOBIOTA Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark, 14-17 September, 2010. Talk.


Dubuis A., Pellissier L. Chérix D., Vittoz P., Guisan A. 2010. Biodiversité des plantes et insectes dans les Préalpes: causes et conséquences. Biodiversité. 4 Novembre, Sion, Switzerland. Talk


Dubuis, A., Pottier, J., Rion, V., Pellissier, L., Theurillat, J.-P., Guisan, A. 2010. Predicting spatial patterns of species richness : a comparison of direct marcoecological and species stacking approaches. Global Change and the World’s Mountains, Perth, Scotland, UK, 26-30 September 2010. Talk


Dubuis, A., Pottier, J., Rion, V., Pellissier, L., Theurillat, J.-P., Guisan, A. 2010. Predicting spatial patterns of species richness : a comparison of direct marcoecological and species stacking approaches. Internal Seminar DEE, Lausanne, 26 October 2010. Talk

 

Engler R., Randin C., Guisan A. and the Euromont consortium. Climate change threatens mountain flora unequally across Europe. Global Change and the World's Mountains. 26-30 September 2010, Perth, Scotland. Talk

 

Engler R., Randin C., Guisan A. and the Euromont consortium. Climate change threatens mountain flora unequally across Europe. EU-FP6 ECOCHANGE international meeting, University of Lausanne. Talk


Gómez-Rodríguez C., A. Guisan, C. Díaz-Paniagua & J. Bustamante. 2010. When should we survey amphibian communities? Application of detection probabilities to the design of monitoring programs in temporary ponds. 4th Conference of the European Pond Conservation Network (EPCN) Berlin (Erkner), Germany, 1st – 4th June 2010. Talk


Gonzalez A., Guisan A., Moreno Saiz JC and Fuertes, J. 2010. Gaps in distribution of Macaronesian Navaea phoenicea are due to ecological niche discontinuities, Real Jardín Botánico, Madrid, Spain, September 2010. Talk


Guisan, A. (2010) Modelling biodiversity response to environmental change, Symposium “Optimal monitoring of habitats and biodiversity across scales”, Porto, Nov 15-17, 2010.


Guisan, A., J. Pottier, L. Pellissier, A. Dubuis, C. Randin, R. Engler, M. Anzini, L. Maiorano, P. Vittoz. 2010. Global change impact on mountain plant diversity: modelling insights from the Swiss Alps. Invited talk at ESA Symposium, Pittsburgh, 1-6 August 2010, special session (OOS #5471) on "Global Change and Alpine Ecosystems: the Experience so far and Looking Ahead". Talk


Guisan, A., Pottier, J. Dubuis, A. Pellissier, L. Maiorano, L. Vittoz, P. Randin, C. 2010. Can we predict communities from the individual response of species to climate? Global Change and the World’s Mountains, Perth, Scotland, UK, 26-30 September 2010. Talk


Guisan A., Randin C., Engler R., Vittoz P., Pellissier L., Dubuis A., Pottier J., Maiorano L., Pearman P. 2010. Predicting current and future plant distribution and diversity in a mountain environment. Invited talk at the Seminars on Ecology and Evolution of the Institute of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Dynamics (IBED) at the University of Amsterdam. Invited Talk


Guisan, A., Broennimann, O. & Petitpierre, B. (2010) Predicting biological invasions:
can we project the niche in space? Conference at the Natural History Museum, Madrid, February 2010. Invited Talk

 

Guisan, A. Christophe Randin, Robin Engler, Pascal Vittoz, Anne Dubuis, Julien Pottier, Loic Pellissier, Luigi Maiorano. (2010). Predicting the impact of climate and landuse change on mountain biodiversity in the Western Swiss Alps. External presented at Arctic Community Modeling Workshop, Roskilde, Denmark 13.1.2010 - 15.1.2010. Invited Talk


Lomba, A., Guisan, A., Pellissier, L., Vicente, J., Randin, C., Moreira, F. and Honrado, J. (2010). How will rare species respond to multi-scale environmental changes? A test with endemic plants of high conservation priority. International Conference on Landscape Ecology (ICLE) “Landscape structures, functions and management: response to global ecological change”, Brnó, Czech Republic, September 3-6, 2010. Talk


Maiorano L., A. Falcucci, A. Guisan, N. Zimmermann, A. Psomas, C. Rondinini and L. Boitani. 2010. Future battlegrounds for the conservation of terrestrial mammals in the Mediterranean basin. 24th International Congress for Conservation Biology, Edmonton, Alberta (Canada), 3-7 July 2010. Talk


Pellissier L., Pradervand J.N., Dubuis A, Pottier J., Guisan A. 2010 La biodiversité des insectes dans les Préalpes Vaudoises. Journées de la biodiversité, Sion, Switzerland. Invited Talk


Pellissier L., Pottier J., Vittoz P., Dubuis A., Guisan A. 2010. Spatial pattern of floral morphology: a possible insight into the effects of pollinators on plant distribution. External seminar, MRU, Aarhus University, Roskilde, Denmark 14.10.2010. Invited Talk


Pellissier L., Bråthen K.A., Pottier J., Randin C.F., Vittoz P., Dubuis A., Yoccoz N.G., Alm T., Zimmermann N.E., Guisan A. 2010. Species distribution models reveal apparent competitive and facilitative effects of a dominant species on the distribution of tundra plants. presented at Arctic Community Modeling Workshop, Roskilde, Denmark 13.1.2010 - 15.1.2010. Invited Talk


Pellissier L., Maiorano L., Guisan A. 2010. How to account for biotic interactions in species distribution modelling ? C-BIO NET Workshop, Roskilde, Denmark 28.09.2010. Invited Talk


Petitpierre B., Kueffer C., Broennimann O., Daehler C., Guisan A. 2010. Large-scale test of species niche shifts during biological invasions. Biology 10, The annual meeting of the Swiss Botanical, Mycological, Systematics and Zoological Societies, Neuchâtel, Switzerland, February 11-12, 2010. Talk.


Petitpierre B., Kueffer C., Seipel T. & Guisan A. 2010. Will the risk of plant invasions into the European Alps increase with climate change? NEOBIOTA 2010 Conference. Biological Invasions in a Changing World - from Science to Management, 6th NEOBIOTA Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark, 14-17 September, 2010. Talk


Petitpierre, B., Kueffer, C., Seipel, T. & Guisan, A. 2010. Will the risk of plant invasions into the European Alps increase with climate change? NEOBIOTA 2010 Conference. Biological Invasions in a Changing World - from Science to Management, 6th NEOBIOTA Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark, 14-17 September, 2010. Talk


Pottier, J. Dubuis, A. Pellissier, L. Maiorano, L. Vittoz, P., Randin, C. and Guisan, A. 2010. Can we predict plant assemblages from species responses to topoclimatic factors? International GMBA-DIVERSITAS conference "Functional significance of mountain biodiversity". Chandolin, Switzerland, Jully 27-30, 2010. Talk


Vicente, J., Araújo, M., Pereira, H., Metzger, M., Randin, C., Guisan, A. and Honrado, J. 2010. How vulnerable are mountain landscapes and their services to invasion by alien plant species? International GMBA-DIVERSITAS conference "Functional significance of mountain biodiversity". Chandolin, Switzerland, Jully 27-30, 2010. Talk


Vicente, J., Pereira, H., Gonçalves, J., Lomba, A., Randin, C., Honrado, J and Guisan, A. 2010. Is dissimilarity in alien plant species composition better explained by environmental, dispersal or geographical distance? Landscape Ecology International Conference IUFRO. “Forest Landscapes and Global Change - New Frontiers in Management, Conservation and Restoration”. Bragança, Portugal, September 21-27, 2010. Talk


Vittoz, P. 2010. Potential impact of climate change on grasslands. Workshop "Grassland management and biodiversity. Bern, Switzerland, June 16-18, 2010. Invited Talk


Vittoz, P. 2010. Flore alpine et changements climatiques: données et observations récentes. Mini-symposium de la Société botanique suisse. Bern, Switzerland, September 25, 2010. Invited Talk

2009

Engler R., Randin C., Vittoz P. and Guisan A. Future distribution of mountain plants under climate change: does dispersal capacity matter?. Biology’09 (Swiss national zoological and botanical meeting), 12-13 February 2009, Bern, Switzerland. Talk


Guisan, A. Broennimann, O., and Petitpierre, B. 2009. Predicting biological invasions: can we project the niche in space? Niche evolution: a unifying concept for systematics, ecology, paleontology and conservation biology. Zurich, July 3-4, 2009. Invited Talk.

Guisan, A., Vittoz, P., Randin, C., Engler, R., Pearman, P.B. (2009). Climate change impacts on alpine floras. Swiss-South-African workshop on global change in mountain areas, Mountain Research Initiative (MRI), University of Lausanne, Nov 6, 2009. Invited Talk


Lomba, A., Guisan, A., Vicente, J., Randin, C., Alves, P., Moreira, F. and Honrado, J. Regional and Local determinants of the distribution of endemic species: The case-study of Narcissus cyclamineus DC. ECCB 2009, Conservation biology and beyond: from science to practice. Prague, Czech Republic, September 01-05, 2009. Talk.


Maggini, R., Schröder, B., Zimmermann, N.E., Bolliger, J., Lehmann, A., Schmid, H. and N. Zbinden, 2009. Will Swiss birds fly away? INTECOL 2009: the 10th International Congress on Ecology. Ecology in a Changing Climate. Two Hemispheres - One Globe. Brisbane, Australia, August 16-21, 2009. Talk.


Pearman, P.B., Maiorano, L., Cheddadi, R., Hajar, L., Edwards, M., Guisan, A., Singarayer, J. and Zimmermann, N.E. 2009. Niche dynamics of some European trees during the Holocene. Niche Evolution Conference, University of Zurich, Switzerland. 03-04 July 2009. Talk


Pio DV, Broennimann O, Rebelo A, Reeves A, Barraclough TB, Thuiller W, Guisan A, Salamin N, 2008, Phylogenetic diversity and species richness hotspots of the Cape Proteaceae, Evolution 2008, Minnesota, USA, June. Talk.


Pio, D.V., Broennimann, O., Rebelo, A, Reeves, A., Barraclough, T.B., Thuiller, W. Guisan, A., Salamin, N., 2009. Future phylogenetic diversity patterns challenge conservation decision making. European Conservation Biology Congress, ECCB Prague 2009, Czech Republic, September 1-5. Talk.


Randin CF, Engler R, Vittoz P, Pearman PB and Guisan A. Using georeferenced databases to assess the effect of climate change on alpine plant species and diversity. DIVERSITAS Open Science Conference (DIVERSITAS OSC2), 13-16 October 2009, Cape Town, South Africa. Talk Francesco di Castri Young Scientist Awards : Best oral presentations by a young scientist. Talk


Schorr, G., J. W. Kadereit & A. Guisan, 2009. Diversifikation alpiner Primeln – Synthese aus Populationsgenetik & modellierten Eiszeitrefugien. Meeting of Junge Systematiker (JuSys) of the Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Mainz, Germany, March 14-17. Talk


Vicente, J., Randin, C., Lomba, A., Guisan, A. and Honrado, J., 2009. Forecasting impacts of climate and land-use changes on biodiversity: can we predict and prevent the loss of rare species in protected areas? 2nd European Congress of Conservation Biology - ECCB “Conservation biology and beyond: from science to practice”, Prague, Czech Republic, September 1-5, 2009. Talk


Vicente, J., Randin, C., Metzger, M., Gonçalves, J., Honrado, J. and Guisan, A. 2009. Where will conflicts between alien and rare species occur after climate and land use change? A test with a novel combined approach. World Conference on Biological Invasions and Ecosystem Functioning – BIOLIEF, Porto, Portugal, September 27-30, 2009. Talk
 

2008

Broennimann, O., U. Trier, A. Guisan, H. Müller-Schärer. Climatic niche of the invasive spotted knapweed (Centaurea maculosa): Insights from niche-based models and population genetics. Species Distribution Modeling Discussion Group Meeting. The American Museum of Natural History, New York. Dec 4, 2008. Invited Talk

 

Guisan, A. ECOSPAT Spatial modelling of biodiversity with applications to conservation biology. Presentation to the delegation of the Swiss Federal Office of the Environment (OFEV), University of Lausanne, 17 Dec. 2008. Talk

 

Guisan, A. 2008. Predicting species distributions in space and time:
the global change challenge. Seminar of the Institute of Botany, University of Bern, Switzerland. 19 Nov 2008. Invited Talk

 

Guisan, A. 2008. Predicting species’ geographic distribution in a global change context. Seminar of the Institute of Geography, University of Zürich, Switzerland. 11 Nov 2008. Invited Talk

 

Guisan, A. 2008. Concluding Lecture, Symposium “Alpine ecology modelling workshop: European meet american researchers”, University of Lausanne, Switzerland, 6-10 October 2008. Talk

 

Guisan, A. 2008. Introductory Lecture, Symposium “Alpine ecology modelling workshop: European meet american researchers”, University of Lausanne, Switzerland, 6-10 October 2008. Talk

 

Guisan, A., Broennimann, O., Petitpierre, B., Treier, U. & Müller-Schärer, H. 2008. Climatic niche shift hamper predictions of biological invasions? Both native and invaded ranges matter. NEOBIOTA: Toward a synthesis, 5th European Conference on Biological Invasion, Prague, Tchèque Republic, 23.-26. September 2008. Talk

 

Guisan, A. Projecting plant distributions in space and time: lessons from biological invasions and climate change. Topic Group ECB, C. Wedekind chair, Department of Ecology & Evolution, University of Lausanne, 5 May 2008. Invited Talk

 

Guisan, A. 2008. Climate change impacts on alpine floras. DanBIF Conference: Biodiversity Informatics and Climate Change Impacts on Life, Aarhus University, Denmark, 5-6 April 2008. Plenary Talk

 

Guisan A., Vittoz P., Randin C.R., Engler R., Pearman, P. 2008. Climate change and alpine flora: Predicting future plant distributions. 9th Swiss Global Change Day, Bern, Switzerland, 1st April 2008. Plenary Talk
 

Guisan, A. 2008. Projecting plant distributions in space and time: lessons from biological invasions and climate change. Invited seminar, Royal Botanical Garden, Madrid, Spain, February 2008. Invited Talk

 

Le Lay, G. & Guisan, A. 2008. Niche-based distribution models to the rescue of rare species? 22nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Conservation Biology, Chattanooga, Canada, 13-17 July 2008. Talk


Maggini, R., 2008. Gli effetti dei cambiamenti climatici sugli uccelli. Giornata sugli uccelli del Ticino. Bellinzona, Switzerland, October 11, 2008. Invited Talk.


Pellissier L., Bertrand F., Guisan A., Vittoz P. 2008. Plant traits covary with altitude in grassland and forest in the European Alps. Phil. Alp - Die Alpen aus der Sicht junger Forschender, September 9-10. Talk


Pio DV, Broennimann O, Engler R, Lelay G, Randin C, Vittoz P & Guisan A. 2008. Conservation applications of niche models. seminar for Dept. of Environmental Sciences Institute of Biogeography, University of Basel, Basel. 26 May, 2008. Invited Talk


Randin CF, Engler R, Pearman PB, Vittoz P and Guisan A. Providing more informative projections of climate change impact on plant distribution in a mountain environment. 93rd ESA Annual Meeting, 3-8 August 2008, Milwaukee, WI, USA. Talk


Schorr, G., Guisan, A, 2008. The origin of species in Primula sect. Auricula – a combined species distribution modeling (SDM) and phylogeographical approach. Systematics 2008, joint meeting of the Gesellschaft für Biologische Systematik and the Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Göttingen, Germany, April, 7-11. Invited Talk


Vicente, J., Guisan, A., Randin, C., Lomba., A. and Honrado, J. 2008. A hierarchical approach to forecasting impact of climate and land-use changes on rare species distribution. EURECO-GFOE. Liepzig, Germany, September 15-19, 2008. Talk.


Vittoz, P. 2008. Exemples du monde vegetal. SWIFCOB 08 : La biodiversité dans la perspective des changements globaux. Bern, Switzerland, October 31, 2008. Talk.
 

2007

Guisan, A. 2007. Predictive modelling of species distributions: how does it serve nature conservation? Imperial College, Silwood Park, UK, September 2007. Invited Talk

 

Guisan, A. 2007. Predictive modelling of species distributions: how does it serve nature conservation? “Monitoring the Effectiveness of Nature Conservation”, International Symposium, Birmensdorf, 3-6 Sept. 2007. Plenary Talk

 

Guisan, A. 2007. Impact of climate change on plant distributions
in the Swiss Alps. Conférence publique donnée dans le cadre de l’Association des amis du Jardin Botanique de Lausanne, 29 mars 2007. Invited Talk

 

Lomba, A., Sillero, N., Gonçalves, J. A., Guisan, A., Alves, P., Vicente, J., Moreira, F. and Honrado, J. 2007. Why don’t endemic species take advantage of available habitats? Ecology vs. biogeography in the distribution of an Iberian endemic Daffodil. ECEM, 07 The 6th European Conference on Ecological Modelling. Trieste, Italy, November 26-30, 2007. Talk

 

Pearman, P., Engler, Randin, C., Zimmermann, N.E., Thuiller, W., the EUROMONT consortium & Guisan, A. 2007. Predictive modelling and climate change: confronting global to local views. GMBA-GBIF Conference, « Geo-referenced biological databases - synthesis of examples and principles of e-database-mining for mountains » E. Spehn & C. Körner, Copenhagen, 4 Sept. 2007. Talk.

 

Vittoz, P. 2007. Climate change impact on alpine flora and vegetation. Consequences of climate change for alpine protected areas, October 18-19, Stelvio National Park. Talk.

 

Vittoz, P. and Guisan, A. Mountain vegetation changes in Switzerland. 2007. 16th workshop of European Vegetation Survey, March 22-26, Roma. Talk.
 

 

2006

Travelletti, J., Randin, C., Vittoz, P., Guisan, A. & Jaboyedoff, M. 2006. Plant species and vegetation communities as indicator of soil instability. 4th Swiss Geoscience Meeting, Bern, 2006. Talk.

 

Broennimann, O. & Guisan, A. 2006. Using niche-based models to improve the sampling of rare species. BIOLOGY’06 Symposium, Geneva, Switzerland. Talk.

 

Broennimann, O. & Guisan, A. 2006. Is the niche of Centaurea maculosa conserved across native and invaded ranges? Spread and Impact of Invasive Species topic group meeting, National Center of Competence in Research, University of Neuchâtel, 9 May 2006. Talk

 

Engler R. and Guisan A. 2006. Species distribution modeling: an invasive species perspective. Mountain Invasion Research Network workshop, 24-28 September 2006, Cove, Oregon, USA. Talk.

 

Engler R. and Guisan A. 2006. MIGCLIM - A new tool for predicting plant distribution and dispersal in a changing climate: A case study in the Swiss Alps. Phil.Alp '06 meeting of the Interacademic Commission on Alpine Studies (ICAS). 23-24, March 2006, Glarus, Switzerland. Talk.

 

Guisan, A. 2006. Introductory Lecture. 2nd EUROMONT Workshop, Climate Threat to European Mountain Floras, University of Lausanne, 19-21 December 2006. Talk.

 

Guisan, A. 2006. Concluding Lecture. 2nd EUROMONT Workshop, Climate Threat to European Mountain Floras, University of Lausanne, 19-21 December 2006. Talk.

 

Guisan, A. 2006. Projecting plant distributions in space and time: lessons from biological invasions and climate change. Series of public conferences, University of Lausanne, 6 Dec. 2006. Invited Talk.

 

Guisan, A. 2006. Predicting species distribution: how transferable is the ecological niche in time and space? National Center of Competence in Research, Thematic Group 9, Invasive species, University of Neuchâtel, 2 Nov. 2009. Talk.

 

Guisan, A. Predicting species distribution: how transferable are models in time and space? Seminar of the Environmental Science Institute, Swiss Institute of Technology ETH, Zürich, 19 Oct. 2006. Invited Talk.

 

Guisan, A. Predicting species distribution: how transferable are models in time and space? University of Roma III, 6 Oct. 2006. Invited Talk.

 

Guisan, A., presented on behalf of Spehn, E., Körner, C. 2006. Geo-referenced biological databases: tools for understanding mountain biodiversity. “Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment (SCOPE)”, 52th Conference, Roma.2-6 Oct. 2006. Plenary Talk.

 

Guisan, A. 2006. Evidence of climatic niche shift during biological invasion. Symposium “Evolution of Invasiveness”, University of Fribourg, September 2006. Plenary Talk.

 

Guisan, A., Randin, C., Engler, R. Zimmermann, N.E., Thuiller, W. & the EUROMONT consortium. 2006. Predictive modelling and global change: confronting global to local views. 1st European Congress of Conservation Biology – Session on Predictive distribution modelling for conservation of biodiversity in Europe. Eger, Hungary, August 22-26, 2006. Talk.

 

Guisan, A., Pearman, P., Randin, C., Engler, R. & Vittoz, P. 2006. Providing more nformed projections of climate change impacts on plant distribution. National Center of Competence in Research “Climate”, University of Bern, 14 June 2006. Invited talk.

 

Guisan, A. & Müller-Schärer, H. 2006. Evolution and spread of potential invasive plants. Review Panel Symposium of the National Center of Competence in Research « Plant Survival », University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland, 8 June 2006. Plenary Talk.

 

Guisan, A. Predicting species distribution: past, present, future. Seminar series, Federal Research Institute WSL, Birmensdorf, Switzerland, 6 June 2006. Invited Talk.

 

Guisan, A. 2006. Climatic threat to alpine plant diversity in Europe. EUROMONT workshop, Climate change impact on plant distributions in European mountains: confronting continental to local projections, University of Lausanne, April 10-13, 2006. Talk.

 

Guisan, A. 2006. Providing more informed projections of climate change impacts on plant distribution. Environmental Science Institute, Swiss Institute of Technology ETH, Zürich, 25 June 2006. Invited Talk.

 

Guisan, A. 2006. Providing more informed projections of climate change impacts on plant distribution. Swiss Ornitological Institute, 12 June 2006. Invited Talk.

 

Guisan, A. 2006. Introductory Lecture. 1st EUROMONT Workshop, Climate Threat to European Mountain Floras, University of Lausanne, 10-13 April 2006. Talk.

 

Guisan, A. 2006. Concluding Lecture. 2nd EUROMONT Workshop, Climate Threat to European Mountain Floras, University of Lausanne, 10-13 April 2006. Talk.

 

Le Lay, G., Franc, E., Engler, R. & Guisan, A. 2006. Niche-based distribution models to the rescue of rare species. Annual Symposium of the Society for Conservation Biology (SCB), San José, California, June 2006, Talk.

 

Le Lay, G., Franc, E., Engler, R. & Guisan, A. 2006. Niche-based distribution models to the rescue of rare species. 1st European Congress of Conservation Biology. Eger, Hungary, August 22-26. Talk.

 

Pearman, P., Randin C.R, Czaka T. & Guisan, A. 2006. Assessing Predictions of Future Habitat Distribution Using Ancient Plant Distributions. 1st European Congress of Conservation Biolog. Eger, Hungary, August 22-26, 2006. Talk.

 

Pio DV, Broennimann O, Rebelo A, Reeves A, Barraclough TB, Thuiller W, Guisan A, Salamin N, 2006, Phylogenetic diversity of the Cape Proteaceae, Swiss-South African research collaboration workshop, Rhodes University, South-Africa, September 2006. Invited Talk.

 

Randin, C. & Guisan, A. Climate change impact on alpine floras: views from different scales. EUROMONT workshop, Climate change impact on plant distributions in European mountains: confronting continental to local projections, University of Lausanne, April 10-13, 2006. Talk

 

Vittoz, P. and Theurillat J.-P. 2006. Repeatability of vegetation permanent plots. IVe workshop of the GLORIA project, August 8-14, 2006, Vienna. Talk.

 

Zimmermann, N.E., Eggenberg, S. & Guisan, A. 2006. Predictive habitat modelling of rare grassland species and assessment of a national dry meadow mapping project for nature conservation in Switzerland. 1st European Congress of Conservation Biology. Eger, Hungary, August 22-26, 2006. Talk.
 

2005

Guisan, A., Benetollo, C. , Randin, C., Broennimann, O., Dessimoz, O. & Engler, R. 2005. Niche-based models to assess the spread of invasive species. MIREN workshop, Mountain Invasion Research Network, Vienna, Austria. Talk.


Guisan, A., Randin, C. & Engler, R. 2005. Providing more informative predictions of climate change impact on alpine plants distribution. Bustamante, J., Seoane, J. & Brotons, L. (Chairs), Predictive modelling of species distribution: new tool for the XXI century, Baeza, Spain, 2-4 Nov. Plenary Talk.


Matthis, L., Zimmermann, N.E. & Guisan, A. 2005. Bridging spatial scales in structural forest ecosystem hierarchy: from tree to landscape level. INTECOL Symposium. February 2005. Talk.


Randin, CF, Zimmermann N and Guisan A. Plant species in a changing climate: a habitat modeling study in the Swiss Alps. GLOCHAMORE Open Science Conference: Global Change in Mountain Regions, 2-6 October 2005, Perth, Scotland, UK. Talk.


Randin, CF and Guisan A. Projecting climate change impact on species distribution: the challenge of elevation gradient. GLOCHAMORE workshop on altitudinal gradients studies, 27-30 July 2005, Samedan, Switzerland. Talk.


Randin, CF, Dirnböck T, Düllinger S, Zimmermann NE, Zappa M and Guisan A. Are species distribution models transferable in space and time? Biology05, 24-25 February 2005, Basel, Switzerland. Talk.


Randin, C. & Guisan, A. 2005. Plant species in a changing climate: a habitat modeling study in the Swiss Alps. MRI Open Science Conference, Global change in mountain regions, Perth, Scotland. Talk.


Randin, C., Dirnböck, T., Dullinger, S., Zappa, M., Zimmermann, N.E. & Guisan, A. 2005. Testing the geographic transposability of predictive species distributions models. BIOLOGY’05 Symposium, Basel, Switzerland. Talk.
 

2004 and before

Guisan, A. 2004. Introductory Lecture, 2nd Riederalp Workshop on Spatial Modelling in Conservation Ecology, Generalized Regression Analyses and Spatial Predictions: Grasping Ecological Patterns from Species to Landscape, Riederalp, Switzerland, 14-21 August 2004. Talk.


Guisan, A. 2004. Concluding Lecture, 2nd Riederalp Workshop on Spatial Modelling in Conservation Ecology, Generalized Regression Analyses and Spatial Predictions: Grasping Ecological Patterns from Species to Landscape, Riederalp, Switzerland, 14-21 August 2004. Talk.


Guisan, A. 2004. Modéliser l’impact des changements climatiques sur la distribution de la végétation dans les Préalpes vaudoises. WWF Hot Day, public conferences, University of Lausanne, 12 June 2004. Plenary Talk.


Guisan, A. Modelling plant species distribution in an alpine landscape. Botanical Society of Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland. March 2004. Invited Talk.


Guisan, A. Predicting species distributions: advances and limitations. Geobotanical Institute of the Swiss Technological Institute ETH, Zürich, 3 March 2004. Invited Talk.


Guisan, A. 2004. Scenarios of climate change impact on alpine plant distributions. Institute Kürt Bösch, Sion, Switzerland. 15 January 2004. Invited Talk.


Guisan, A. 2003. Progress in predictive modelling of species distribution. Seminar series, Department of Environmental Sciences & Conservation Biology, University of Basel, 19 May 2003. Invited Talk.


Guisan, A. 2001. Introductory Lecture, 1st Riederalp Workshop on Spatial Modelling in Conservation Ecology, Advances in GLM/GAM Predictive Modeling: from species distribution to environmental management. Riederalp, Switzerland, 5-11 August 2001. Talk.


Guisan, A. 2001. Concluding Lecture, 1st Riederalp Workshop on Spatial Modelling in Conservation Ecology, Advances in GLM/GAM Predictive Modeling: from species distribution to environmental management Riederalp, Switzerland, 5-11 August 2001. Talk.

 

Guisan, A. 2001. Modelling the distribution of plant species in an alpine environment: application of the derivation of climate change impact scenarios. Series of conferences, University of Lausanne. Faculty of Sciences, 31 May 2001. Invited Talk.

Anterior to ECOSPAT

Guisan, A. & Harrell, F. 1999. Semi-quantitative response models for predicting the spatial distribution of plant species, Symposium “Predicting species occurrences: issues of accuracy and scale”, Snowbird, Utah, USA.


Guisan, A. & Theurillat, J.-P. 1999. Equilibrium modeling of alpine plant distribution and climate change : how far can we go ? Annual Symposium of the International Association of Vegetation Science (IAVS), Bilbao, Spain. Talk.


Guisan, A. 1999. Assessing climate change impact from Modeling spatial patterns of plant species and diversity in a mountainous landscape. ECOPHOC 3rd Cycle, University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland. 17 Sept 1999.
 

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