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Book
[Anonymous].  2010.  Les indicateurs de biodiversité. Aux origines de l'environnement.
Journal Article
Levrel H, Fontaine B, Henry P-Y, Jiguet F, Julliard R, Kerbiriou C, Couvet D.  2010.  Balancing state and volunteer investment in biodiversity monitoring for the implementation of CBD indicators: A French example. Ecological Economics. 69(7):1580-1586.
[Anonymous].  2008.  Birds are tracking climate warming, but not fast enough. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 275(1652):2743-2748.
Devictor V, Godet L, Julliard R, Couvet D, Jiguet F.  2007.  Can common species benefit from protected areas? Biological Conservation. 139:29-36.
[Anonymous].  2008.  Enhancing citizen contributions to biodiversity science and public policy. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews. 33(1):95-103.
Barot ébastien, Abbadie L, Couvet D, Hobbs RJ, Lavorel S, Mace GMary, Le Roux X.  2015.  Evolving away from the linear model of research: a response to Courchamp et al.. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 30(7):368-370.
Devictor V, Julliard R, Clavel J, Jiguet F, Lee A, Couvet D.  2008.  Functional biotic homogenization of bird communities in disturbed landscapes. Global Ecology and Biogeography. 17:252-261.
Devictor V, Julliard R, Couvet D, Lee A, Jiguet F.  2007.  Functional homogenization effect of urbanization on bird communities.. Conservation Biology. 21:741-751.
[Anonymous].  2009.  An Indicator of the Impact of Climatic Change on European Bird Populations. PLoS ONE. 4(3):e4678.
Robert A, Couvet D, Sarrazin F.  2007.  Integration of demography and genetics in population restorations.. Ecoscience. 14:463-471.
[Anonymous].  2010.  Population trends of European common birds are predicted by characteristics of their climatic niche. Global Change Biology. 16(2):497-505.
Julliard R, Clavel J, Devictor V, Jiguet F, Couvet D.  2006.  Spatial segregation of specialists and generalists in bird communities.. Ecology Letters. 9:1237-1244.
Jiguet F, Julliard R, Thomas CD, Dehorter O, Newson SE, Couvet D.  2006.  Thermal range predicts bird population resilience to extreme high temperatures. Ecology Letters. 9:1321-1330.