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Connectivity, habitat heterogeneity, and population persistence in Ranunculus nodiflorus, an endangered species in France.. New Phytologist. 169:71-83.. 2006.
Evaluation of floristic diversity in urban areas as a basis for habitat management. Applied Vegetation Science. 11(4):451-460.. 2008.
No genetic diversity at molecular markers and strong phenotypic plasticity in populations of Ranunculus nodiflorus, an endangered plant species in France.. Annals of Botany. 99:1203-1212.. 2007.
Plant and spider communities benefit differently from the presence of planted hedgerows in highway verges. Biological Conservation. 141(6):1581-1590.. 2008.
The role of urban structures in the distribution of wasteland flora in the greater paris area, France.. Ecosystems. 10:661-671.. 2007.
Securing the Conservation of Biodiversity across Administrative Levels and Spatial, Temporal, and Ecological Scales - Research Needs and Approaches of the SCALES Project. GAIA - Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society. 19(3):187-193.. 2010.
Tourism in protected areas can threaten wild populations: from individual response to population viability of the chough Pyrrhocorax pyrrhocorax. Journal of Applied Ecology. 46(3):657-665.. 2009.
Use of extensive habitat inventories in biodiversity studies. Biodiversity and Conservation. 18(12):3115-3125.. 2009.