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Expertises

Antoine Guisan as referee of PhD & Docent Theses

Bertand, R. 2012. Spatio-temporal response of forest vegetation to climate warming. PhD thesis, AgroParisTech, Nancy, France.

Essl, S. 2011. Alien and endemic species diversity in time and space: the role of environment and man. Docent thesis. University of Vienna.

Seipel, T. 2011. Distribution and demographics of non-native plants in mountainous regions. PhD thesis, ETH Zürich.

Nussbaumer, L. 2011. Species distribution patterns in steep environmental gradients: down-scaling of a biogeographical framework (Loky-Manambato region, NE Madagascar). PhD thesis, University of Geneva.

Cole, H. 2011. Natural history data for species distribution modelling: opportunities and challenges. PhD thesis, University of Berne & WSL Birmensdorf.

Saltré, F. 2010. Modélisation de la dispersion à grande échelle. PhD thesis, University of Montpellier.

Chuine, I. 2010. Etude de l’impact des changements climatiques sur les espèces et populations. Habilitation thesis, University of Montpellier.

Scherrer, D. 2010. Infra-red thermometry in alpine terrain. PhD thesis, University of Basel.

Steinmann, K. 2008. Testing basic assumptions of species richness hypotheses using plant species distribution data. PhD thesis, University of Zürich.

Chatfield, B. S. 2008. How to find the one that got away. Predicting the distribution of temperate demersal fish from environmental variables. PhD thesis, The University of Western Australia.

Trivedi, M. 2007. Conservation under climate change: The potential of microhabitat heterogeneity. PhD thesis, Oxford University.

Alexander, J. 2007. Patterns of distribution and traitsof Asteraceae forbs along altitudinal gradients in their native and introduced ranges. PhD thesis, ETH Zürich.

Parisod, C. 2006. Multiscale phylogeography : glacial history and autopolyploidy of Biscutella laevigata L. (Brassicaceae) in the Western Alps. PhD thesis, University of Lausanne.

Goyette-Pernot, J. 2006. L’Ambroisie : analyse statistique et modélisation numérique de sa trajectoire aérobiologique. Thèse de doctorat, Université de Fribourg.

Rutherford, G.N. 2006. The use of land-use statistics to investigate large-scale successional processes. PhD thesis, ETH Zürich.

Calenge, C. 2005. Méthodes d'étude de l'utilisation de l'espace par la faune sauvage. Thèse de doctorat, Université Claude Bernard - Lyon I, France (A. Guisan Rapporteur)

McPherson, J. 2005. Investigating the Utility of Correlative Distribution Models to Conservation Science and Macroecology, PhD thesis. Oxford University, Merton College, UK.

Ohlemüller, R. 2004. Indigenous forest fragments: modelling present day species richness and potential natural vegetation. PhD thesis, University of Otago, Dunedin, New-Zealand.

Thuiller, W. 2003. Impact des changements globaux sur la biodiversité en Europe: projections et incertitudes. Thèse de doctorat, Université de Montpellier II, France (A. Guisan Rapporteur).

Dray, S. 2003. Eléments d’interface entre analyses multivariées, systèmes d’information géographique et observations écologiques. Thèse de doctorat, Université Claude Bernard - Lyon I, France (A. Guisan Rapporteur).

Patthey, P. 2003. Habitat and corridor selection of an expanding red deer (Cervus elaphus) populatrion. PhD thesis, University of Lausanne.

Elith, J. 2002. Predicting the distribution of plants. PhD thesis, School of Botany, The University of Melbourne, Australia.

Robertson, M.P. 2002. Predictive modelling of species potential geographical distributions. PhD thesis, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa.

Birch, N.V.E. 2001. The vegetation potential of natural rangelands in the mid-fish river valley, Eastern Cape, South Africa: Toward a sustainable and acceptable management system. PhD thesis, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa.

Hirzel, A. 2001. When GIS come to life. Linking landscape- and population ecology for large population management modelling: the case of Ibex (Capra ibex) in Switzerland. PhD thesis, University of Lausanne.
 

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