Samedi 20 Octobre 2018

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    QUOD J,

    SWEET M,


    Involving recreational snorkelers in inventory improvement or creation: a case study in the Indian Ocean

    Cahiers de Biologie Marine

    Four amateur naturalists and underwater photographers established sixty first records and discovered three species probably new to science at Reunion Island (Indian Ocean) between January 2010 and January 2016, although the marine environment of this island has been studied for some forty years by p…

    Keywords :

    citizen sciences,

    inventory data,

    reunion island,


    underwater photography,

  • Kissling W,

    Walls R,

    Bowser A,

    Jones M,

    Kattge J,

    Agosti D,

    Amengual J,

    Basset A,

    van Bodegom P,

    Cornelissen J,

    Denny E,

    Deudero S,

    Egloff W,

    Elmendorf S,

    Alonso García E,

    Jones K,

    Jones O,

    Lavorel S,

    Lear D,

    Navarro L,

    Pawar S,

    Pirzl R,

    Rüger N,

    Sal S,

    Salguero-Gómez R,

    Schigel D,

    Schulz K,

    Skidmore A,

    Guralnick R,


    Towards global data products of Essential Biodiversity Variables on species traits

    Nature Ecology & Evolution

    Essential Biodiversity Variables (EBVs) allow observation and reporting of global biodiversity change, but a detailed framework for the empirical derivation of specific EBVs has yet to be developed. Here, we re-examine and refine the previous candidate set of species traits EBVs and show how traits …

  • Botella C,

    Joly A,

    Bonnet P,

    Monestiez P,

    Munoz F,


    A Deep Learning Approach to Species Distribution Modelling

    Multimedia Tools and Applications for Environmental & Biodiversity Informatics

    Species distribution models (SDM) are widely used for ecological research and conservation purposes. Given a set of species occurrence, the aim is to infer its spatial distribution over a given territory. Because of the limited number of occurrences of specimens, this is usually achieved through env…

  • Santini L,

    Pironon S,

    Maiorano L,

    Thuiller W,


    Addressing common pitfalls does not provide more support to geographical and ecological abundant-centre hypotheses


    A long‐standing hypothesis in biogeography is that a species’ abundance is highest at the centre of its geographical or environmental space and decreases toward the edges. Several studies tested this hypothesis and provided mixed results and overall weak support to the theory. Most studies, however,…

    Keywords :

    Abundant-centre hypothesis,



    Geographic range,





  • Milotić T,

    Baltzinger C,

    Eichberg C,

    Eycott A,

    Heurich M,

    Müller J,

    Noriega J,

    Menendez R,

    Stadler J,

    Ádám R,

    Bargmann T,

    Bilger I,

    Buse J,

    Calatayud J,

    Ciubuc C,

    Boros G,

    Hauso M,

    Jay-Robert P,

    Kruus M,

    Merivee E,

    Miessen G,

    Must A,

    Ardali E,

    Preda E,

    Rahimi I,

    Rohwedder D,

    Rose R,

    Slade E,

    Somay L,

    Tahmasebi P,

    Ziani S,

    Hoffmann M,


    Dung beetle assemblages, dung removal and secondary seed dispersal: data from a large-scale, multi-site experiment in the Western Palaearctic

    Frontiers of Biogeography

    By manipulating faeces during feeding and breeding, dung beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) fulfil important ecosystem functions in terrestrial ecosystems throughout the world. In a pan-European multi-site experiment (MSE), we estimated the ecosystem functions of dung removal and secondary seed disp…

    Keywords :

    Dung beetles,

    ecosystem functioning,

    functional diversity,

    multi-site experiments,

  • Guerrero J,

    Byrne A,

    Lavery J,

    Presho E,

    Kelly G,

    Courcier E,

    O'Keeffe J,

    Fogarty U,

    O'Meara D,

    Ensing D,

    McCormick C,

    Biek R,

    Skuce R,

    Allen A,


    The population and landscape genetics of the European badger ( Meles meles ) in Ireland

    Ecology and Evolution

    The population genetic structure of free‐ranging species is expected to reflect landscape‐level effects. Quantifying the role of these factors and their relative contribution often has important implications for wildlife management. The population genetics of the European badger (Meles meles) have r…

    Keywords :


    gene flow,


    population structure,

  • Tarabon S,

    Bertrand R,

    Lavoie C,

    Vigouroux T,

    Isselin-Nondedeu F,


    The effects of climate warming and urbanised areas on the future distribution of Cortaderia selloana , pampas grass, in France

    Weed Research

    The spread of many invasive plants could be facilitated by their presence in urban areas that may act as dispersal centres and by climate warming. Cortaderia selloana, pampas grass, is native to South America and raises considerable concern worldwide as an introduction. We used Maxent niche modellin…

    Keywords :


    biological invasion,

    climate envelope,

    ecological niche model,



    species distribution model,

  • Texier N,

    Deblauwe V,

    Stévart T,

    Sonké B,

    Simo-Droissart M,

    Azandi L,

    Bose R,

    Djuikouo M,

    Kamdem G,

    Kamdem N,

    Mayogo S,

    Zemagho L,

    Droissart V,


    Spatio-temporal patterns of orchids flowering in Cameroonian rainforests

    International Journal of Biometeorology

    We characterized the flowering patterns of 45 epiphytic orchid species occurring in Cameroonian rainforests to explore the environmental and evolutionary forces driving their phenology. We used a dataset of 3470 flowering events recorded over a period of 11 years in the Yaoundé living collection (82…

    Keywords :

    Climatic regions,






  • Segura S,

    Guzmán-Díaz F,

    López-Upton J,

    Mathuriau C,

    López-Medina J,


    Distribution of Prunus serotina Ehrh. in North America and Its Invasion in Europe

    Journal of Geoscience and Environment Protection

    Black cherry (Prunus serotina Ehrh.) is a native North American plant species. It includes five subspecies and is currently invasive in Europe. Since pre-Hispanic times, black cherry has been known and used by American inhabitants, and its botanical use was reported in the 19th century. The present …

    Keywords :

    Black Cherry,

    Climate Change,


    Taxonomic Diversity,

    Taxonomic Richness,

  • Bocanegra-González K,

    Thomas E,

    Guillemin M,

    de Carvalho D,

    Gutiérrez J,

    Alcázar Caicedo C,

    Moscoso Higuita L,

    Becerra L,

    González M,


    Genetic diversity of Ceiba pentandra in Colombian seasonally dry tropical forest: Implications for conservation and management

    Biological Conservation

    Seasonally dry tropical forests (SDTFs) are one of the most degraded vegetation types worldwide and in Colombia <10% of the original cover remains. This calls for urgent conservation measures and restoration efforts. Understanding the genetic diversity and structure of tree species is crucial to inf…

    Keywords :

    Climate change,



    Genetic diversity,



    Seasonally dry tropical forest,

    Seed zones,

    Suitability modelling,

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