Sébastien Bonthoux
Sébastien Bonthoux
INSA Centre Val de Loire - Ecole de la Nature et du Paysage, UMR CITERES CNRS
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How can wastelands promote biodiversity in cities? A review
S Bonthoux, M Brun, F Di Pietro, S Greulich, S Bouché-Pillon
Landscape and urban planning 132, 79-88, 2014
Residents’ perceptions and valuations of urban wastelands are influenced by vegetation structure
M Brun, F Di Pietro, S Bonthoux
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 29, 393-403, 2018
Temporal beta diversity of bird assemblages in agricultural landscapes: land cover change vs. stochastic processes
A Baselga, S Bonthoux, G Balent
PLoS One 10 (5), e0127913, 2015
More than weeds: Spontaneous vegetation in streets as a neglected element of urban biodiversity
S Bonthoux, L Voisin, S Bouché-Pillon, S Chollet
Landscape and urban planning 185, 163-172, 2019
Contrasting spatial and temporal responses of bird communities to landscape changes
S Bonthoux, JY Barnagaud, M Goulard, G Balent
Oecologia 172 (2), 563-574, 2013
Point count duration: five minutes are usually sufficient to model the distribution of bird species and to study the structure of communities for a French landscape
S Bonthoux, G Balent
Journal of Ornithology 153, 491-504, 2012
Human–river encounter sites: Looking for harmony between humans and nature in cities
A Zingraff-Hamed, M Bonnefond, S Bonthoux, N Legay, S Greulich, ...
Sustainability 13 (5), 2864, 2021
Improving nature experience in cities: What are people's preferences for vegetated streets?
S Bonthoux, S Chollet, I Balat, N Legay, L Voisin
Journal of environmental management 230, 335-344, 2019
Modeling bird communities using unclassified remote sensing imagery: Effects of the spatial resolution and data period
D Sheeren, S Bonthoux, G Balent
Ecological Indicators 43, 69-82, 2014
Spatial and temporal dependency of NDVI satellite imagery in predicting bird diversity over France
S Bonthoux, S Lefèvre, PA Herrault, D Sheeren
Remote Sensing 10 (7), 1136, 2018
Bird metacommunity processes remain constant after 25 years of landscape changes
S Bonthoux, G Balent
Ecological Complexity 21, 39-43, 2015
Ecology for sustainable and multifunctional agriculture
S Gaba, A Alignier, S Aviron, S Barot, M Blouin, M Hedde, F Jabot, ...
Sustainable Agriculture Reviews 28: Ecology for Agriculture, 1-46, 2018
Assessing community-level and single-species models predictions of species distributions and assemblage composition after 25 years of land cover change
S Bonthoux, A Baselga, G Balent
PloS one 8 (1), e54179, 2013
Influence of management practices on plant assemblages of road–field boundaries in an agricultural landscape
C Chaudron, R Perronne, S Bonthoux, F Di Pietro
Applied vegetation science 19 (4), 644-654, 2016
Direct and indirect effects of ungulates on forest birds’ nesting failure? An experimental test with artificial nests
A Cocquelet, A Mårell, S Bonthoux, C Baltzinger, F Archaux
Forest ecology and management 437, 148-155, 2019
Is there an optimum scale for predicting bird species' distribution in agricultural landscapes?
C Pelosi, S Bonthoux, F Castellarini, M Goulard, S Ladet, G Balent
Journal of Environmental Management 136, 54-61, 2014
Integrating species pools and abundance distribution in habitat conservation status assessment: A new index
V Jung, L Morel, S Bonthoux, S Chollet
Ecological Indicators 121, 107183, 2021
Geographical generality of bird‐habitat relationships depends on species traits
S Bonthoux, G Balent, S Augiron, J Baudry, V Bretagnolle
Diversity and Distributions, 2017
A stronger influence of past rather than present landscape structure on present plant species richness of road-field boundaries
C Chaudron, R Perronne, S Bonthoux, F Di Pietro
Acta oecologica 92, 85-94, 2018
Le paysagiste et l'écologue: comment obtenir une meilleure collaboration opérationnelle?
S Morin, S Bonthoux, P Clergeau
VertigO-la revue électronique en sciences de l'environnement, 2016
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