Lundi 16 Septembre 2019

Publications françaises liées au GBIF

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  • Acevedo P,

    Croft S,

    Smith G,

    Blanco‐Aguiar J,

    Fernandez‐Lopez J,

    Scandura M,

    Apollonio M,

    Ferroglio E,

    Keuling O,

    Sange M,

    Zanet S,

    Brivio F,

    Podgórski T,

    Petrović K,

    Body G,

    Cohen A,

    Soriguer R,

    Vicente J,


    ENETwild modelling of wild boar distribution and abundance: update of occurrence and hunting data‐based models

    EFSA Supporting Publications

    In October 2018 the ENETWILD consortium created suitability maps based on available data on wild boar occurrence at 10 km square resolution and initial version of abundance models based on hunting statistics at NUTS3 and NUTS2 resolution, that were statistically downscaled for MSs to 10x10 km grid s…

    Keywords :

    Sus scrofa,


    game management,

    hunting bags,

    population abundance,

    population monitoring,

    risk assessment,

    spatial modelling,

    wild boar,

  • Joly A,

    Goëau H,

    Glotin H,

    Spampinato C,

    Bonnet P,

    Vellinga W,

    Lombardo J,

    Planqué R,

    Palazzo S,

    Müller H,


    Biodiversity Information Retrieval Through Large Scale Content-Based Identification: A Long-Term Evaluation

    Information Retrieval Evaluation in a Changing World,The Information Retrieval Series

    Identifying and naming living plants or animals is usually impossible for the general public and often a difficult task for professionals and naturalists. Bridging this gap is a key challenge towards enabling effective biodiversity information retrieval systems. This taxonomic gap was actually alrea…

  • Veron S,

    Haevermans T,

    Govaerts R,

    Mouchet M,

    Pellens R,


    Distribution and relative age of endemism across islands worldwide

    Scientific Reports

    Islands have remarkable levels of endemism and contribute greatly to global biodiversity. Establishing the age of island endemics is important to gain insights into the processes that have shaped the biodiversity patterns of island biota. We investigated the relative age of monocots across islands w…

  • Migeon A,

    Tixier M,

    Navajas M,

    Litskas V,

    Stavrinides M,


    A predator-prey system: Phytoseiulus persimilis (Acari: Phytoseiidae) and Tetranychus urticae (Acari: Tetranychidae): worldwide occurrence datasets


    The predator-prey system Phytoseiulus persimilis Athias-Henriot (Acari: Phytoseiidae) and Tetranychus urticae (Koch) (Acari: Tetranychidae) represents the most studied and the most known system among the Acari. Because of the agronomical importance of the two mite species, a wealth of modelling stud…

    Keywords :

    collection records,



    literature records,


  • Lefèvre G,

    Rivière C,


    Amaranthaceae halophytes from the French Flanders coast of the North Sea: a review of their phytochemistry and biological activities

    Phytochemistry Reviews

    Halophytes are plant species that tolerate high salinity levels. To adapt to these particular abiotic conditions, they develop multiple physiological, biochemical and molecular mechanisms, including the biosynthesis of osmolytes, enzymes and specialized metabolites. The French Flanders coast of the …

    Keywords :



    Human health,

    North Sea,


  • Chase B,

    Boom A,

    Carr A,

    Chevalier M,

    Quick L,

    Verboom G,

    Reimer P,


    Extreme hydroclimate response gradients within the western Cape Floristic region of South Africa since the Last Glacial Maximum

    Quaternary Science Reviews

    The Cape Floristic Region (CFR) is one of the world’s major biodiversity hotspots, and much work has gone into identifying the drivers of this diversity. Considered regionally in the context of Quaternary climate change, climate stability is generally accepted as being one of the major factors promo…

    Keywords :


    Cape Floristic region,

    Climate dynamics,


    Rock hyrax middens,

    South Africa,

    Stable isotopes,

  • Kuo L,

    Chang Y,

    Huang Y,

    Testo W,

    Ebihara A,

    Rouhan G,

    Quintanilla L,

    Watkins J,

    Huang Y,

    Li F,


    A global phylogeny of Stegnogramma ferns (Thelypteridaceae): generic and sectional revision, historical biogeography and evolution of leaf architectur…


    The thelypteroid fern genus Stegnogramma s.l. contains around 18–35 species and has a global, cross‐continental distribution ranging from tropical to temperate regions. Several genera and infrageneric sections have been recognized previously in Stegnogramma s.l., but their phylogenetic relationships…

  • Botella C,

    Servajean M,

    Bonnet P,

    Joly A,


    Overview of GeoLifeCLEF 2019: plant species prediction using environment and animal occurrences

    CLEF: Conference and Labs of the Evaluation Forum

    The GeoLifeCLEF challenge aim to evaluate location-based species recommendation algorithms through open and perennial datasets in a reproducible way. It offers a ground for large-scale geographic species prediction using cross-kingdom occurrences and spatialized environmental data. The main novelty …

    Keywords :



    Species Distribution Models,



    environmental data,


    methods comparison,

    model performance,


    predictive power,

    presence-only data,

    species recommendation,

  • Guyot V,

    Jactel H,

    Imbaud B,

    Burnel L,

    Castagneyrol B,

    Heinz W,

    Deconchat M,

    Vialatte A,


    Tree diversity drives associational resistance to herbivory at both forest edge and interior

    Ecology and Evolution

    Tree diversity is increasingly acknowledged as an important driver of insect herbivory. However, there is still a debate about the direction of associational effects that can range from associational resistance (i.e., less damage in mixed stands than in monocultures) to the opposite, associational s…

    Keywords :

    ecosystem functioning,

    forest edge,

    insect herbivory,

    plant diversity,

  • Hagen O,

    Vaterlaus L,

    Albouy C,

    Brown A,

    Leugger F,

    Onstein R,

    Santana C,

    Scotese C,

    Pellissier L,


    Mountain building, climate cooling and the richness of cold‐adapted plants in the Northern Hemisphere

    Journal of Biogeography

    Aim: The summits of mountain ranges at mid‐latitude in the Northern Hemisphere share many ecological properties with the Arctic, including comparable climates and similar flora. We hypothesize that the orogeny during the Oligocene‐Miocene combined with global cooling led to the origin and early dive…

    Keywords :



    climate change,

    cold‐adapted plants,




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