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Publications françaises liées au GBIF

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  • Estrada-Peña A,

    Adkin A,

    Bertolini S,

    Cook C,

    Crescio M,

    Grosbois V,

    Horigan V,

    Ip S,

    Leger A,

    Mastrantonio G,

    Maurella C,

    de Nardi M,

    Ru G,

    Simons R,

    Snary E,

    Staerk K,

    Taylor R,

    Smith G,


    Evaluating a mixed abiotic-biotic model for the distribution and host contact rates of an arthropod vector of pathogens: an example with Ixodes ricinu…

    Microbial Risk Analysis

    Modelling the range of prominent vectors of pathogens is a common technique used for planning surveys, building exposure assessment estimations or addressing the impact of future climate scenarios. In most cases the recorded distribution of a target species is used together several environmental var…

    Keywords :

    Environmental traits,

    Host contact rates,

    Ixodes ricinus,

    Modelling distribution,

  • Després L,

    Henniaux C,

    Rioux D,

    Capblancq T,

    Zupan S,

    čelik T,

    Sielezniew M,

    Bonato L,

    Ficetola G,


    Inferring the biogeography and demographic history of an endangered butterfly in Europe from multilocus markers

    Biological Journal of the Linnean Society

    The genetic structure of a species is influenced by its history and by current gene flow. Using a population genomics approach, we infer the demographic history of the false ringlet (Coenonympha oedippus) in Europe based on 1594 genome-wide double digest restriction site associated DNA sequencing lo…

    Keywords :

    Coenonympha oedippus,




    demographic history,

    genetic diversity,

    glacial refuges,


    population size,

    species distribution modelling,



    OHLER A,



    Environmental predictors of the distribution of Caspian Green Lizard

    Turkish Journal of Zoology

    Within its range, the Caspian Green Lizard, Lacerta strigata, occurs in the Elburz Mountains (northern Iran) at elevations from below sea level to approximately 2700 m. To determine the environmental factors of the distribution of this lizard, we used an ensemble approach to model the distribution o…

    Keywords :

    Lacerta strigata,



    distribution modeling,


  • McLean M,

    Mouillot D,

    Auber A,


    Ecological and life history traits explain a climate-induced shift in a temperate marine fish community

    Marine Ecology Progress Series

    A better understanding of community dynamics and ecosystem functioning can be achieved by describing how community functional structure responds to environmental change over both time and space and by identifying which functional groups best mediate community responses. Here, we used a trait-based a…

    Keywords :

    Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation,

    Climate warming,

    English Channel,


    Principal response curves,

    Response traits,

  • Dias Tarli V,

    Grandcolas P,

    Pellens R,


    The informative value of museum collections for ecology and conservation: A comparison with target sampling in the Brazilian Atlantic forest


    Since two decades the richness and potential of natural history collections (NHC) were rediscovered and emphasized, promoting a revolution in the access on data of species occurrence, and fostering the development of several disciplines. Nevertheless, due to their inherent erratic nature, NHC data a…

  • Kim H,

    Rosa I,

    Alkemade R,

    Leadley P,

    Hurtt G,

    Popp A,

    van Vuuren D,

    Anthoni P,

    Arneth A,

    Baisero D,

    Caton E,

    Chaplin-Kramer R,

    Chini L,

    De Palma A,

    Di Fulvio F,

    Di Marco M,

    Espinoza F,

    Ferrier S,

    Fujimori S,

    Gonzalez R,

    Gueguen M,

    Guerra C,

    Harfoot M,

    Harwood T,

    Hasegawa T,

    Haverd V,

    Havlík P,

    Hellweg S,

    Hill S,

    Hirata A,

    Hoskins A,

    Janse J,

    Jetz W,

    Johnson J,

    Krause A,

    Leclère D,

    Martins I,

    Matsui T,

    Merow C,

    Obersteiner M,

    Ohashi H,

    Poulter B,

    Purvis A,

    Quesada B,

    Rondinini C,

    Schipper A,

    Sharp R,

    Takahashi K,

    Thuiller W,

    Titeux N,

    Visconti P,

    Ware C,

    Wolf F,

    Pereira H,


    A protocol for an intercomparison of biodiversity and ecosystem services models using harmonized land-use and climate scenarios

    Geoscientific Model Development

    To support the assessments of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES), the IPBES Expert Group on Scenarios and Models is carrying out an intercomparison of biodiversity and ecosystem services models using harmonized scenarios (BES-SIM). The goals …

  • Bénichou L,

    Gérard I,

    Laureys ,

    Price M,


    Consortium of European Taxonomic Facilities (CETAF) best practices in electronic publishing in taxonomy

    European Journal of Taxonomy

    In order to consider the effects of online publishing on the career of researchers, as well as to encourage both its recognition and its improved positioning within the field and beyond, the CETAF Membership organized two workshops during which specific questions about scientific publishing in taxon…

    Keywords :


    Open Access,

    authorship citation,


  • EPPO ,


    Pest Risk Analysis for Cortaderia jubata

    Cortaderia jubata is a perennial grass species native to Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Ecuador, Peru and Colombia (Testoni & Villamil, 2014). C. jubata is invasive in California, Hawai‘i, New Zealand, Australia and South Africa, but appears to have had the largest impacts in New Zealand and California.…

  • EPPO ,


    Pest Risk Analysis for Hakea sericea

    Hakea sericea was added to the EPPO Alert List in 2007 and transferred to the List of Invasive Alien Plants in 2012 following a prioritization assessment (Brunel et al., 2010a). Brunel et al. (2010a) also concluded that this species was a high priority for a full Pest Risk Analysis (PRA). In a separ…

  • EPPO ,


    Pest Risk Analysis for Prosopis juliflora

    Prosopis juliflora currently has a very limited naturalised distribution in the EPPO region. It is currently reported as naturalised in low lying areas in Israel, the West Bank and Jordan (DufourDror and Shmida, 2017), although records of P. juliflora outside of the Jordan valley are considered by t…

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