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Supervised PhDs

Breiner, F., 2015 Models, niches and traits: Towards improved Red List assessments. PhD thesis, University of Lausanne.

Pradervand, J.-N., 2015 Assessing the use of very high resolution data to predict species distribution in a mountain environment. PhD thesis, University of Lausanne.

Petitpierre, B. 2014. Using environmental niche modelling to understand biological invasions in a changing world. PhD thesis, University of Lausanne. pdf

Pliscoff, P. 2013. Predicting the past, present and future of plant diversity in Chile: a habitat suitability modelling approach. PhD thesis, University of Lausanne

Ndiribe, C. 2013. The role of phylogeny in the spatial distributions and assembly of mountain plant communities.  PhD thesis, University of Lausanne.

Dubuis, A. 2013. Predicting spatial patterns of plant biodiversity: from species to communities. PhD thesis, University of Lausanne. pdf

Pellissier, L. 2012. Species distributions and interactions in a changing world: from understanding to forecasting. PhD thesis, University of Lausanne.

Vicente, J.R. 2012. Modelling landscape invasion by alien plants under current and future conditions of climate and land use. PhD thesis, University of Porto & CIBIO (A. Guisan official co-superviser).

Maggini, R. 2011. Species distribution models for conservation-oriented studies in Switzerland: filling data and tool gaps. PhD thesis, University of Lausanne.

Pio, D. 2010. Evolutionary history and its relevance in understanding and conserving southern African biodiversity. PhD thesis, University of Lausanne. pdf

Engler, R. 2009. Unfolding nature "in silico": overcoming practical and metodological limitations of species distribution models. PhD thesis, University of Lausanne. pdf

Broennimann, O. 2008. Niche, distribution and global changes: modeling insights into biogeography and conservation biology. PhD thesis, University of Lausanne. pdf

Randin, C. 2007. Providing more informative projections of climate change impact on plant distribution in a mountain environment. PhD thesis, University of Lausanne. pdf

Mathys, L. 2006. A discrete forest in a continuous landscape: investigating interactions between natural resource management and sustainable development. PhD thesis, University of Lausanne. pdf

Gehrig-Fasel, J. 2006. Treeline and climate change: analyzing and modelliing patterns and shifts in the Swiss Alps. PhD thesis, University of Lausanne.

Lütolf, M. 2006. Changing landscapes of Switzerland: assessing effects of historic and future land uses and land covers on the occurence of selected butterfly species. PhD thesis, University of Lausanne.

Rickebush, S. 2006. Modelling tree population dynamics at the alpine and boreal tree-line ecotones in response to climate and land-use change. PhD thesis, University of Lausanne. pdf

Dufour, A. 2006. Evaluation multi-échelle de la biodiversité végétale dans les paturages boisés du Jura. PhD thesis, University of Lausanne.

 

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