Jean-Baptiste Pichancourt
Jean-Baptiste Pichancourt
Université Clermont Auvergne (UCA), INRAE Institute, Complex Systems Lab. (LISC)
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Unravelling the annual cycle in a migratory animal: breeding‐season habitat loss drives population declines of monarch butterflies
DTT Flockhart, JB Pichancourt, DR Norris, TG Martin
Journal of Animal Ecology 84 (1), 155-165, 2015
Causes and consequences of variation in plant population growth rate: a synthesis of matrix population models in a phylogenetic context
YM Buckley, S Ramula, SP Blomberg, JH Burns, EE Crone, J Ehrlén, ...
Ecology letters 13 (9), 1182-1197, 2010
Phenotypic Plasticity Influences the Size, Shape and Dynamics of the Geographic Distribution of an Invasive Plant
JB Pichancourt, RD van Klinken
PloS one 7 (2), e32323, 2012
Growing biodiverse carbon‐rich forests
JB Pichancourt, J Firn, I Chadès, TG Martin
Global Change Biology 20 (2), 382-393, 2014
Empirical tests of life‐history evolution theory using phylogenetic analysis of plant demography
JH Burns, SP Blomberg, EE Crone, J Ehrlen, TM Knight, JB Pichancourt, ...
Journal of Ecology 98 (2), 334-344, 2010
Optimization methods to solve adaptive management problems
I Chadès, S Nicol, TM Rout, M Péron, Y Dujardin, JB Pichancourt, ...
Theoretical Ecology 10, 1-20, 2017
Assessing the effect of habitat fragmentation on population dynamics
JB Pichancourt, F Burel, P Auger
Ecological modelling 192 (3), 543-556, 2006
Priority threat management of invasive animals to protect biodiversity under climate change
J Firn, R Maggini, I Chadès, S Nicol, B Walters, A Reeson, TG Martin, ...
Global Change Biology 21 (11), 3917-3930, 2015
Grassy field margins as potential corridors for butterflies in agricultural landscapes: a simulation study
T Delattre, JB Pichancourt, F Burel, P Kindlmann
Ecological Modelling 221 (2), 370-377, 2010
Simple rules to contain an invasive species with a complex life-cycle and high dispersal capacity
JB Pichancourt, I Chadès, J Firn, RD van Klinken, TG Martin
Journal of Applied Ecology 49 (1), 52–62, 2012
Fire management strategies to maintain species population processes in a fragmented landscape of fire‐interval extremes
AIT Tulloch, JB Pichancourt, CR Gosper, A Sanders, I Chadès
Ecological Applications 26 (7), 2175-2189, 2016
A carbon accounting tool for complex and uncertain greenhouse gas emission life cycles
JB Pichancourt, R Manso, F Ningre, M Fortin
Environmental modelling & software 107, 158-174, 2018
A hierarchical matrix model to assess the impact of habitat fragmentation on population dynamics
JB Pichancourt, F Burel, P Auger
Comptes rendus biologies 329 (1), 31-39, 2006
The effect of stumpage prices on large-area forest growth forecasts based on socio-ecological models
M Fortin, JB Pichancourt, LC de Melo, A Colin, S Caurla
Forestry: An International Journal of Forest Research, …, 2019
Tiny terminological disagreements with far reaching consequences for global bird trends
H Fraser, JB Pichancourt, A Butet
Ecological Indicators 73 (2), 79-87, 2017
Population‐level consequences of herbivory, changing climate, and source–sink dynamics on a long‐lived invasive shrub
RD Van Klinken, JB Pichancourt
Ecological applications 25 (8), 2255-2270, 2015
Understanding the limits to species-wide demographic generalizations: the ecology and management of Parkinsonia aculeata
JB Pichancourt, RD van Klinken, S Raghu
Ecosphere 10 (5),, 2019
Historical demography of Lantana camara L. reveals clues about the influence of land use and weather in the management of this widespread invasive species
S Raghu, OO Osunkoya, C Perrett, JB Pichancourt
Basic and applied ecology 15 (7), 565-572, 2014
A generic information framework for decision-making in a forest-based bio-economy
JB Pichancourt, R Bauer, A Billard, M Brennan, S Caurla, A Colin, ...
Annals of Forest Science 78, 1-17, 2021
Some fundamental elements for studying social-ecological co-existence in forest common pool resources
JB Pichancourt
PeerJ 11, e14731, 2023
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