Giraud, G., Sosa, S., Hambuckers, A., Deleuze, S., Wandia, I. N., Huynen, M.-C., Poncin, P., & Brotcorne, F. (2021). Effect of Infant Presence on Social Networks of Sterilized and Intact Wild Female Balinese Macaques (Macaca fascicularis). Animals, 11(9), 2538.
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Contraception is increasingly used to control wild animal populations. However, as reproductive condition influences social interactions in primates, the absence of new offspring could influence the females’ ...
Hambuckers, A., de Harenne, S., Rocha Ledezma, E., Zuniga Zeballos, L., & François, L. (2021). Predicting the Future Distribution of Ara rubrogenys, an Endemic Endangered Bird Species of the Andes, Taking Into Account Trophic Interactions. Diversity, 13(94).
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Species distribution models (SDMs) are commonly used with climate only to predict animal distribution changes. This approach however neglects the evolution of other components of the niche, like food resource ...
Jacquemin, I., Berckmans, J., Henrot, A.-J., Dury, M., Tychon, B., Hambuckers, A., Hamdi, R., & François, L. (2021). Using the CARAIB dynamic vegetation model to simulate crop yields in Belgium: validation and projections for the 2035 horizon. Geo-Eco-Trop, 44(4), 541-552.
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The CARAIB model was initially designed to describe the dynamics of natural ecosystems and to study the role of vegetation in the global carbon cycle. In order to be able to respond to new challenges (such as ...
Gazagne, E., Pitance, J.-L., Savini, T., Huynen, M.-C., Poncin, P., Brotcorne, F., & Hambuckers, A. (2020). Seed Shadows of Northern Pigtailed Macaques within a Degraded Forest Fragment, Thailand. Forests, 11(1184), 1-24.
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Abstract: Research Highlights: Frugivores able to disperse large seeds over large distances are indispensable for seedling recruitment, colonization and regeneration of tropical forests. Understanding their ...
Gazagne, E., Hambuckers, A., Savini, T., Poncin, P., Huynen, M.-C., & Brotcorne, F. (2020). Toward a better understanding of habituation process to human observer: A statistical approach in Macaca leonina (Primates: Cercopithecidea). Raffles Bulletin of Zoology, 68(2020), 735-749.
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Habituation allows an observer to closely approach and follow free-ranging animals, as they no longer respond to the observer presence (e.g., through flight, avoidance, display, curiosity). While habituation ...
Gazagne, E., José‐Domínguez, J. M., Huynen, M.-C., Hambuckers, A., Poncin, P., Savini, T., & Brotcorne, F. (2020, February 28). Northern pigtailed macaques rely on old growth plantations to offset low fruit availability in a degraded forest fragment. American Journal of Primatology.
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Space‐use and foraging strategies are important facets to consider in regard to the ecology and conservation of primates. For this study, we documented movement, ranging, and foraging patterns of northern ...
Cheddadi, R., Sarmiento, F., Hambuckers, A., Rhoujjati, A., Taberlet, P., Ficetola, F., Henrot, A.-J., François, L., Boyer, F., & Nourelbait, M. (2020). Chapter 4. Multidisciplinary approaches for conservation issues. In L. M., Frolich & F., Sarmiento (Ed.), The Elgar Companion to Geography, Transdisciplinarity and Sustainability (pp. 67-78). London, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.
François, L., & Hambuckers, A. (2020). Modeling past plant species distributions in mountainous areas: a way to improve our knowledge of future climate change impacts? Past Global Changes Magazine, 28(1), 16-17.
Hambuckers, A., Trolliet, F., Simon, A., Cazetta, E., & Rocha-Santos, L. (2020). Seed Removal Rates in Forest Remnants Respond to Forest Loss at the Landscape Scale. Forests 2020, 11, 1144. Forests, 14, 1144.
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Seed removal is a key component of seed dispersal and may be influenced by both landscape-scale and local attributes, and it has been used as an indicator of the intensity of interactions between ecosystem ...
Kattge, J., Bönisch, G., Díaz, S., Lavorel, S., Prentice, I. C., Leadley, P., Tautenhahn, S., Werner, G. D. A., Aakala, T., Abedi, M., Acosta, A. T. R., Adamidis, G. C., Adamson, K., Aiba, M., Albert, C. H., Alcántara, J. M., Alcázar C, C., Aleixo, I., Ali, H., Amiaud, B., Ammer, C., Amoroso, M. M., Anand, M., Anderson, C., Anten, N., Antos, J., Apgaua, D. M. G., Ashman, T.-L., Asmara, D. H., Asner, G. P., Aspinwall, M., Atkin, O., Aubin, I., Baastrup-Spohr, L., Bahalkeh, K., Bahn, M., Baker, T., Baker, W. J., Bakker, J. P., Baldocchi, D., Baltzer, J., Banerjee, A., Baranger, A., Barlow, J., Barneche, D. R., Baruch, Z., Bastianelli, D., Battles, J., Bauerle, W., Bauters, M., Bazzato, E., Beckmann, M., Beeckman, H., Beierkuhnlein, C., Bekker, R., Belfry, G., Belluau, M., Beloiu, M., Benavides, R., Benomar, L., Berdugo-Lattke, M. L., Berenguer, E., Bergamin, R., Bergmann, J., Bergmann Carlucci, M., Berner, L., Bernhardt-Römermann, M., Bigler, C., Bjorkman, A. D., Blackman, C., Blanco, C., Blonder, B., Blumenthal, D., Bocanegra-González, K. T., Boeckx, P., Bohlman, S., Böhning-Gaese, K., Boisvert-Marsh, L., Bond, W., Bond-Lamberty, B., Boom, A., Boonman, C. C. F., Bordin, K., Boughton, E. H., Boukili, V., Bowman, D. M. J. S., Bravo, S., Brendel, M. R., Broadley, M. R., Brown, K. A., Bruelheide, H., Brumnich, F., Bruun, H. H., Bruy, D., Buchanan, S. W., Bucher, S. F., Buchmann, N., Buitenwerf, R., Bunker, D. E., Bürger, J., Burrascano, S., Burslem, D. F. R. P., Butterfield, B. J., Byun, C., Marques, M., Scalon, M. C., Caccianiga, M., Cadotte, M., Cailleret, M., Camac, J., Camarero, J. J., Campany, C., Campetella, G., Campos, J. A., Cano-Arboleda, L., Canullo, R., Carbognani, M., Carvalho, F., Casanoves, F., Castagneyrol, B., Catford, J. A., Cavender-Bares, J., Cerabolini, B. E. L., Cervellini, M., Chacón-Madrigal, E., Chapin, K., Chapin, F. S., Chelli, S., Chen, S.-C., Chen, A., Cherubini, P., Chianucci, F., Choat, B., Chung, K.-S., Chytrý, M., Ciccarelli, D., Coll, L., Collins, C. G., Conti, L., Coomes, D., Cornelissen, J. H. C., Cornwell, W. K., Corona, P., Coyea, M., Craine, J., Craven, D., Cromsigt, J. P. G. M., Csecserits, A., Cufar, K., Cuntz, M., da Silva, A. C., Dahlin, K. M., Dainese, M., Dalke, I., Dalle Fratte, M., Dang-Le, A. T., Danihelka, J., Dannoura, M., Dawson, S., de Beer, A. J., De Frutos, A., De Long, J. R., Dechant, B., Delagrange, S., Delpierre, N., Derroire, G., Dias, A. S., Diaz-Toribio, M. H., Dimitrakopoulos, P. G., Dobrowolski, M., Doktor, D., Dřevojan, P., Dong, N., Dransfield, J., Dressler, S., Duarte, L., Ducouret, E., Dullinger, S., Durka, W., Duursma, R., Dymova, O., E-Vojtkó, A., Eckstein, R. L., Ejtehadi, H., Elser, J., Emilio, T., Engemann, K., Erfanian, M. B., Erfmeier, A., Esquivel-Muelbert, A., Esser, G., Estiarte, M., Domingues, T. F., Fagan, W. F., Fagúndez, J., Falster, D. S., Fan, Y., Fang, J., Farris, E., Fazlioglu, F., Feng, Y., Fernandez-Mendez, F., Ferrara, C., Ferreira, J., Fidelis, A., Finegan, B., Firn, J., Flowers, T. J., Flynn, D. F. B., Fontana, V., Forey, E., Forgiarini, C., François, L., Frangipani, M., Frank, D., Frenette-Dussault, C., Freschet, G. T., Fry, E. L., Fyllas, N. M., Mazzochini, G. G., Gachet, S., Gallagher, R., Ganade, G., Ganga, F., García-Palacios, P., Gargaglione, V., Garnier, E., Garrido, J. L., de Gasper, A. L., Gea-Izquierdo, G., Gibson, D., Gillison, A. N., Giroldo, A., Glasenhardt, M.-C., Gleason, S., Gliesch, M., Goldberg, E., Göldel, B., Gonzalez-Akre, E., Gonzalez-Andujar, J. L., González-Melo, A., González-Robles, A., Graae, B. J., Granda, E., Graves, S., Green, W. A., Gregor, T., Gross, N., Guerin, G. R., Günther, A., Gutiérrez, A. G., Haddock, L., Haines, A., Hall, J., Hambuckers, A., Han, W., Harrison, S. P., Hattingh, W., Hawes, J. E., He, T., He, P., Heberling, J. M., Helm, A., Hempel, S., Hentschel, J., Hérault, B., Hereş, A.-M., Herz, K., Heuertz, M., Hickler, T., Hietz, P., Higuchi, P., Hipp, A. L., Hirons, A., Hock, M., Hogan, J. A., Holl, K., Honnay, O., Hornstein, D., Hou, E., Hough-Snee, N., Hovstad, K. A., Ichie, T., Igić, B., Illa, E., Isaac, M., Ishihara, M., Ivanov, L., Ivanova, L., Iversen, C. M., Izquierdo, J., Jackson, R. B., Jackson, B., Jactel, H., Jagodzinski, A. M., Jandt, U., Jansen, S., Jenkins, T., Jentsch, A., Jespersen, J. R. P., Jiang, G.-F., Johansen, J. L., Johnson, D., Jokela, E. J., Joly, C. A., Jordan, G. J., Joseph, G. S., Junaedi, D., Junker, R. R., Justes, E., Kabzems, R., Kane, J., Kaplan, Z., Kattenborn, T., Kavelenova, L., Kearsley, E., Kempel, A., Kenzo, T., Kerkhoff, A., Khalil, M. I., Kinlock, N. L., Kissling, W. D., Kitajima, K., Kitzberger, T., Kjøller, R., Klein, T., Kleyer, M., Klimešová, J., Klipel, J., Kloeppel, B., Klotz, S., Knops, J. M. H., Kohyama, T., Koike, F., Kollmann, J., Komac, B., Komatsu, K., König, C., Kraft, N. J. B., Kramer, K., Kreft, H., Kühn, I., Kumarathunge, D., Kuppler, J., Kurokawa, H., Kurosawa, Y., Kuyah, S., Laclau, J.-P., Lafleur, B., Lallai, E., Lamb, E., Lamprecht, A., Larkin, D. J., Laughlin, D., Le Bagousse-Pinguet, Y., le Maire, G., le Roux, P. C., le Roux, E., Lee, T., Lens, F., Lewis, S. L., Lhotsky, B., Li, Y., Li, X., Lichstein, J. W., Liebergesell, M., Lim, J. Y., Lin, Y.-S., Linares, J. C., Liu, C., Liu, D., Liu, U., Livingstone, S., Llusià, J., Lohbeck, M., López-García, Á., Lopez-Gonzalez, G., Lososová, Z., Louault, F., Lukács, B. A., Lukeš, P., Luo, Y., Lussu, M., Ma, S., Maciel Rabelo Pereira, C., Mack, M., Maire, V., Mäkelä, A., Mäkinen, H., Malhado, A. C. M., Mallik, A., Manning, P., Manzoni, S., Marchetti, Z., Marchino, L., Marcilio-Silva, V., Marcon, E., Marignani, M., Markesteijn, L., Martin, A., Martínez-Garza, C., Martínez-Vilalta, J., Mašková, T., Mason, K., Mason, N., Massad, T. J., Masse, J., Mayrose, I., McCarthy, J., McCormack, M. L., McCulloh, K., McFadden, I. R., McGill, B. J., McPartland, M. Y., Medeiros, J. S., Medlyn, B., Meerts, P., Mehrabi, Z., Meir, P., Melo, F. P. L., Mencuccini, M., Meredieu, C., Messier, J., Mészáros, I., Metsaranta, J., Michaletz, S. T., Michelaki, C., Migalina, S., Milla, R., Miller, J. E. D., Minden, V., Ming, R., Mokany, K., Moles, A. T., Molnár V, A., Molofsky, J., Molz, M., Montgomery, R. A., Monty, A., Moravcová, L., Moreno-Martínez, A., Moretti, M., Mori, A. S., Mori, S., Morris, D., Morrison, J., Mucina, L., Mueller, S., Muir, C. D., Müller, S. C., Munoz, F., Myers-Smith, I. H., Myster, R. W., Nagano, M., Naidu, S., Narayanan, A., Natesan, B., Negoita, L., Nelson, A. S., Neuschulz, E. L., Ni, J., Niedrist, G., Nieto, J., Niinemets, Ü., Nolan, R., Nottebrock, H., Nouvellon, Y., Novakovskiy, A., Network, T. N., Nystuen, K. O., O'Grady, A., O'Hara, K., O'Reilly-Nugent, A., Oakley, S., Oberhuber, W., Ohtsuka, T., Oliveira, R., Öllerer, K., Olson, M. E., Onipchenko, V., Onoda, Y., Onstein, R. E., Ordonez, J. C., Osada, N., Ostonen, I., Ottaviani, G., Otto, S., Overbeck, G. E., Ozinga, W. A., Pahl, A. T., Paine, C. E. T., Pakeman, R. J., Papageorgiou, A. C., Parfionova, E., Pärtel, M., Patacca, M., Paula, S., Paule, J., Pauli, H., Pausas, J. G., Peco, B., Penuelas, J., Perea, A., Peri, P. L., Petisco-Souza, A. C., Petraglia, A., Petritan, A. M., Phillips, O. L., Pierce, S., Pillar, V. D., Pisek, J., Pomogaybin, A., Poorter, H., Portsmuth, A., Poschlod, P., Potvin, C., Pounds, D., Powell, A. S., Power, S. A., Prinzing, A., Puglielli, G., Pyšek, P., Raevel, V., Rammig, A., Ransijn, J., Ray, C. A., Reich, P. B., Reichstein, M., Reid, D. E. B., Réjou-Méchain, M., de Dios, V. R., Ribeiro, S., Richardson, S., Riibak, K., Rillig, M. C., Riviera, F., Robert, E. M. R., Roberts, S., Robroek, B., Roddy, A., Rodrigues, A. V., Rogers, A., Rollinson, E., Rolo, V., Römermann, C., Ronzhina, D., Roscher, C., Rosell, J. A., Rosenfield, M. F., Rossi, C., Roy, D. B., Royer-Tardif, S., Rüger, N., Ruiz-Peinado, R., Rumpf, S. B., Rusch, G. M., Ryo, M., Sack, L., Saldaña, A., Salgado-Negret, B., Salguero-Gomez, R., Santa-Regina, I., Santacruz-García, A. C., Santos, J., Sardans, J., Schamp, B., Scherer-Lorenzen, M., Schleuning, M., Schmid, B., Schmidt, M., Schmitt, S., Schneider, J. V., Schowanek, S. D., Schrader, J., Schrodt, F., Schuldt, B., Schurr, F., Selaya Garvizu, G., Semchenko, M., Seymour, C., Sfair, J. C., Sharpe, J. M., Sheppard, C. S., Sheremetiev, S., Shiodera, S., Shipley, B., Shovon, T. A., Siebenkäs, A., Sierra, C., Silva, V., Silva, M., Sitzia, T., Sjöman, H., Slot, M., Smith, N. G., Sodhi, D., Soltis, P., Soltis, D., Somers, B., Sonnier, G., Sørensen, M. V., Sosinski Jr, E. E., Soudzilovskaia, N. A., Souza, A. F., Spasojevic, M., Sperandii, M. G., Stan, A. B., Stegen, J., Steinbauer, K., Stephan, J. G., Sterck, F., Stojanovic, D. B., Strydom, T., Suarez, M. L., Svenning, J.-C., Svitková, I., Svitok, M., Svoboda, M., Swaine, E., Swenson, N., Tabarelli, M., Takagi, K., Tappeiner, U., Tarifa, R., Tauugourdeau, S., Tavsanoglu, C., te Beest, M., Tedersoo, L., Thiffault, N., Thom, D., Thomas, E., Thompson, K., Thornton, P. E., Thuiller, W., Tichý, L., Tissue, D., Tjoelker, M. G., Tng, D. Y. P., Tobias, J., Török, P., Tarin, T., Torres-Ruiz, J. M., Tóthmérész, B., Treurnicht, M., Trivellone, V., Trolliet, F., Trotsiuk, V., Tsakalos, J. L., Tsiripidis, I., Tysklind, N., Umehara, T., Usoltsev, V., Vadeboncoeur, M., Vaezi, J., Valladares, F., Vamosi, J., van Bodegom, P. M., van Breugel, M., Van Cleemput, E., van de Weg, M., van der Merwe, S., van der Plas, F., van der Sande, M. T., van Kleunen, M., Van Meerbeek, K., Vanderwel, M., Vanselow, K. A., Vårhammar, A., Varone, L., Vasquez Valderrama, M. Y., Vassilev, K., Vellend, M., Veneklaas, E. J., Verbeeck, H., Verheyen, K., Vibrans, A., Vieira, I., Villacís, J., Violle, C., Vivek, P., Wagner, K., Waldram, M., Waldron, A., Walker, A. P., Waller, M., Walther, G., Wang, H., Wang, F., Wang, W., Watkins, H., Watkins, J., Weber, U., Weedon, J. T., Wei, L., Weigelt, P., Weiher, E., Wells, A. W., Wellstein, C., Wenk, E., Westoby, M., Westwood, A., White, P. J., Whitten, M., Williams, M., Winkler, D. E., Winter, K., Womack, C., Wright, I. J., Wright, S. J., Wright, J., Pinho, B. X., Ximenes, F., Yamada, T., Yamaji, K., Yanai, R., Yankov, N., Yguel, B., Zanini, K. J., Zanne, A. E., Zelený, D., Zhao, Y.-P., Zheng, J., Zheng, J., Ziemińska, K., Zirbel, C. R., Zizka, G., Zo-Bi, I. C., Zotz, G., & Wirth, C. (2020). TRY plant trait database – enhanced coverage and open access. Global Change Biology, 26(1), 119-188.
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Abstract Plant traits—the morphological, anatomical, physiological, biochemical and phenological characteristics of plants—determine how plants respond to environmental factors, affect other trophic levels ...
Raghunathan, P., François, L., Cazetta, E., Pitance, J.-L., De Vleeschouwer, K., & Hambuckers, A. (2020). Deterministic modelling of seed dispersal based on observed behaviours of an endemic primate in Brazil. PLoS ONE, 15(12), 0244220.
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Plant species models are among the available tools to predict the future of ecosystems threatened by climate change, habitat loss, and degradation. However, they suffer from low to no inclusion of plant ...
Brotcorne, F., Holzner, A., Jorge‑Sales, L., Gunst, N., Hambuckers, A., Wandia, N., & Leca, J.-B. (2019). Social influence on the expression of robbing and bartering behaviours in Balinese long‑tailed macaques. Animal Cognition, 23(2), 311-326.
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Animals use social information, available from conspecifics, to learn and express novel and adaptive behaviours. Amongst social learning mechanisms, response facilitation occurs when observing a demonstrator ...
Pinaya, J. L. D., Cruz, F. W., Ceccantini, G. C. T., Corrêa, P. L. P., Pitman, N., Vemado, F., Lopez, M. D. C. S., Pereira Filho, A. J., Grohmann, C. H., Chiessi, C. M., Stríkis, N. M., Horák-Terra, I., Pinaya, W. H. L., de Medeiros, V. B., Santos, R. D. A., Akabane, T. K., Silva, M. A., Cheddadi, R., Bush, M., Henrot, A.-J., François, L., Hambuckers, A., Boyer, F., Carré, M., Coissac, E., Ficetola, F., Huang, K., Lézine, A.-M., Nourelbait, M., Rhoujjati, A., Taberlet, P., Sarmiento, F., Abel-Schaad, D., Alba-Sánchez, F., Zheng, Z., & De Oliveira, P. E. (2019). Brazilian montane rainforest expansion induced by Heinrich Stadial 1 event. Scientific Reports, 9(1), 17912.
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The origin of modern disjunct plant distributions in the Brazilian Highlands with strong floristic affinities to distant montane rainforests of isolated mountaintops in the northeast and northern Amazonia and ...
Raghunathan, P., François, L., Dury, M., & Hambuckers, A. (2019). Contrasting climate risks predicted by dynamic vegetation and ecological niche-based models applied to tree species in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest. Regional Environmental Change, 19, 219-232.
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Climate change is a threat to natural ecosystems. To evaluate this threat and, where possible, respond, it is useful to understand the potential impacts climate change could have on species’ distributions ...
Tosso, D.-N. F., Doucet, J.-L., Daïnou, K., Fayolle, A., Hambuckers, A., Doumenge, C., Agbazahou, H., Stoffelen, P., & Hardy, O. J. (2019). Highlighting convergent evolution in morphological traits in response to climatic gradient in African tropical tree species: The case of genus Guibourtia Benn. Ecology and Evolution.
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Adaptive evolution is a major driver of organism diversification, but the links between phenotypic traits and environmental niche remain little documented in tropical trees. Moreover, trait-niche relationships ...
Trolliet, F., Bauman, D., Forget, P.-M., Doucet, J.-L., Gillet, J.-F., & Hambuckers, A. (2019). How complementary are large frugivores for tree seedling recruitment? A case study in the Congo Basin. Journal of Tropical Ecology, in press.
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Large frugivores provide critical seed dispersal services for many plant species and their extirpation from forested ecosystems can cause compositional shifts in regenerating plant cohorts. Yet, we still ...
Dury, M., Mertens, L., Fayolle, A., Verbeeck, H., Hambuckers, A., & François, L. (2018). Refining species traits in a dynamic vegetation model to project the impacts of climate change on tropical trees in Central Africa. Forests, 9(11).
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African tropical ecosystems and the services they provide to human society suffer from an increasing combined pressure of land use and climate change. How individual tropical tree species respond to climate ...
Cheddadi, R., Henrot, A.-J., François, L., Bush, M., Carré, M., Coissac, E., De Oliveira, P. E., Ficetola, F., Hambuckers, A., Huang, K., Lézine, A.-M., Nourelbait, M., Rouijati, A., Taberlet, P., Sarmiento, F., Abel-Schaad, D., Alba-Sánchez, F., & Zheng, Z. (2017). Microrefugia, climate change, and conservation of Cedrus atlantica in the Rif Mountains, Morocco. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 5.
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This study reconstructs and interprets the changing range of Atlas cedar in northern Morocco over the last 9,000 years. A synthesis of fossil pollen records indicated that Atlas cedars occupied a wider range ...
Hambuckers, J., Dauvrin, A., Trolliet, F., Evrard, Q., Forget, P.-M., & Hambuckers, A. (2017). How can seed removal rates of zoochoric tree species be assessed quickly and accurately? Forest Ecology and Management, 403, 152-160.
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The quantification of seed dispersal and predation processes has been gaining increased importance in the assessment of forest responses to anthropogenic disturbance, but also in developing an understanding of ...
Pessoa, M. S., Hambuckers, A., Benchimol, M., Rocha-Santos, L., Bomfim, J. A., Faria, D., & Cazetta, E. (2017). Deforestation drives functional diversity and fruit quality changes in a tropical tree assemblage. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics, 28(C), 78-86.
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Functional traits associated with plant-animal interactions are essential for forest functionality, given that a higher diversity of fruit traits is likely to maintain a more diverse assemblage of frugivores ...
Trolliet, F., Forget, P.-M., Doucet, J.-L., Gillet, J.-F., & Hambuckers, A. (2017). Frugivorous birds influence the spatial organization of tropical forests through the generation of seedling recruitment foci under zoochoric trees. Acta Oecologica, 85, 69-76.
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Animal-mediated seed dispersal is recognized to influence the spatial organization of plant communities but little is known about how frugivores cause such patterns. Here, we explored the role of hornbills and ...
Trolliet, F., Forget, P.-M., Huynen, M.-C., & Hambuckers, A. (2017). Forest cover, hunting pressure, and fruit availability influence seed dispersal in a forest-savanna mosaic in the Congo Basin. Biotropica.
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Pessoa, Rocca, L., Talora, D., Faria, D., Mariano-Neto, E., Hambuckers, A., & Cazetta, E. (2016). Fruit biomass availability along a forest cover gradiant. Biotropica, doi:10.1111/btp.12359, 1-11.
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Habitat loss is the main driver of the current high rate of species extinction, particularly in tropical forests. Understanding the factors associated with biodiversity loss, such as the extinction of species ...
Hakizimana, D., Huynen, M.-C., & Hambuckers, A. (2016). Structure and floristic composition of Kibira rainforest, Burundi. Tropical Ecology, 57(4), 739-749.
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This paper gives the results of the first census of trees in the 32.15 ha plot in order to provide tree species richness in Kibira rainforest (Burundi). All trees ≥ 10 cm dbh were permanently tagged and their ...
Trolliet, F., Serckx, A., Forget, P.-M., Beudels-Jamar, R., Huynen, M.-C., & Hambuckers, A. (2016). Ecosystem services provided by a large endangered primate in a forest-savanna mosaic landscape. Biological Conservation.
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Forested landscapes are increasingly affected by human activities, but little is known about the role of large endangered frugivores as seed dispersers in such ecosystems. We investigated the role played by ...
Hakizimana, D., Hambuckers, A., Brotcorne, F., & Huynen, M.-C. (2015). Characterization of Nest Sites of Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii) in Kibira National Park, Burundi. African Primates, 10, 1-12.
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Abstract: Kibira National Park is the only site in Burundi that harbors a large number of chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii). While information on factors influencing the selection of nest sites by ...
Raghunathan, P., François, L., Huynen, M.-C., Oliveira, L., & Hambuckers, A. (2015). Modelling the distribution of key tree species used by lion tamarins in the Brazilian Atlantic forest under a scenario of future climate change. Regional Environmental Change, 15, 683-693.
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We used three IPCC climate change scenarios (A1B, A2 and B1) in a dynamic vegetation model (CARAIB), to determine the potential future distribution of 75 tree species used by two endemic primate species from ...
Serckx, A., Huynen, M.-C., Bastin, J.-F., Hambuckers, A., Beudels-Jamar, R. C., Vimond, M., Raynaud, E., & Kühl, H. (2014, April 02). Nest grouping patterns of bonobos (Pan paniscus) in relation to fruit availability in a forest-savannah mosaic. PLoS ONE.
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A topic of major interest in socio-ecology is the comparison of chimpanzees and bonobos’ grouping patterns. Numerous studies have highlighted the impact of social and environmental factors on the different ...
Granier, N., Hambuckers, A., Matsuzawa, T., & Huynen, M.-C. (2014). Density estimates and nesting-site selection in chimpanzees of the Nimba Mountains, Côte d'Ivoire and Guinea. American Journal of Primatology.
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We investigated nesting behavior of non habituated chimpanzees populating the Nimba Mountains to document their abundance and their criterions of nesting-site selection. During a 19-month study we walked 80 km ...
Trolliet, F., Vermeulen, C., Huynen, M.-C., & Hambuckers, A. (2014). Use of camera traps for wildlife studies: a review. Biotechnologie, Agronomie, Société et Environnement, 18(3), 446-454.
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As human threats continue to impact natural habitats, there is an increasing need to regularly monitor the trends in large vertebrate populations. Conservation efforts must be directed appropriately, but field ...
Albert, A., Huynen, M.-C., Savini, T., & Hambuckers, A. (2013, April 22). Influence of food resources on the ranging pattern of Northern pig-tailed macaques (Macaca leonina). International Journal of Primatology.
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Food availability may influence primates’ home range size and use. Understanding this relationship may facilitate the design of conservation strategies. We aimed to determine how fruit availability influences ...
Albert, A., Hambuckers, A., Culot, L., Savini, T., & Huynen, M.-C. (2013). Frugivory and seed dispersal by northern pigtailed macaques, Macaca leonina, in Thailand. International Journal of Primatology, 33, 170-193.
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Dury, M., Hambuckers, A., Warnant, P., Henrot, A., Favre, E., Ouberdous, M., & François, L. (2011). Responses of European forest ecosystems to 21(st) century climate: assessing changes in interannual variability and fire intensity. iForest: Biogeosciences and Forestry, 4, 82-99.
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Significant climatic changes are currently observed and, according to projections, will be strengthened over the 21(st) century throughout the world with the continuing increase of the atmospheric CO2 ...
Hambuckers, A., Dotreppe, O., & Istasse, L. (2010). Problem of applying sodium selenate to increase selenium concentrations in grassland plant in Southern Belgium. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis, 41, 1-10.
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Dahouda, M., Toleba, S. S., Senou, M., Youssao, A. K. I., Hambuckers, A., & Hornick, J.-L. (2009). Food resources unconventional use for poultry production in Africa: nutritional values and constraints. Annales de Médecine Vétérinaire, 153(1), 5-21.
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Numerous works are related to the use of unconventional feed resources, and particularly to Mucuna Spp., in poultry diet. This review aims at describing the context of their use, their nutritional values and ...
Dahouda, M., Toleba, S. S., Sénou, M., Youssao, A. K. I., Hambuckers, A., & Hornick, J.-L. (2009). Les ressources alimentaires non-conventionnelles utilisables pour la production aviaire en Afrique : valeurs nutritionnelles et contraintes. Annales de Médecine Vétérinaire, 153, 5-21.
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Dahouda, M., Toleba, S. S., Youssao, A. K. I., Hambuckers, A., Dangou-Sapoho, R., Martin, G., Fillet, M., & Hornick, J.-L. (2009). Nutrient digestibility of Mucuna (Mucuna pruriens var. utilis) bean in guinea fowl (Numida meleagris, L): Effects of heat treatment and levels of incorporation in diets. British Poultry Science, 50(5), 564-72.
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1. Mucuna pruriens var. utilis is a legume, the seeds of which are scarcely used in animal diets owing to their high content of 3,4-dihydroxy-L-phenylalanine (L-Dopa). 2. Experiments were conducted on guinea ...
Dahouda, M., Toleba, S. S., Youssao, A. K. I., Mama Ali, A. A., Dangou-Sapoho, R. K., Ahounou, S. G., Hambuckers, A., & Hornick, J.-L. (2009). The effects of raw and processed Mucuna priurens seed based diets on the growth parameters and meat characteristics of Benin local Guinea fowl (Meleagris numida, L). International Journal of Poultry Science, 8(9), 882-889.
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Dahouda, M., Toleba, S. S., Youssao, A. K. I., Ali, A. A. M., Hambuckers, A., & Hornick, J.-L. (2008). Seasonal variations in the crop contents of scavenging Helmeted Guinea Fowls (Numida meleagris, L.) in Parakou (Benin). British Poultry Science, 49(6), 751-9.
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1. An experiment was carried out with 120 helmeted guinea fowls during one year in Parakou (Benin). Feed intake, ingredient and chemical composition, along with the nutritional adequacy of scavenging diets ...
Hambuckers, A., Dotreppe, O., Hornick, J.-L., Istasse, L., & Dufrasne, I. (2008). Soil-applied selenium effects on tissue selenium concentrations in cultivated and adventitious grassland and pasture plant species. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis, 39(5-6), 800-811.
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According to international nutritional standards, plant selenium (Se) concentrations in Belgium are too low. To correct this situation, adding Se in fertilizers for pastures and grasslands is suggested ...
Hambuckers, A. (2004). Biodiversité. In P., Marbaix & J.-P., van Ypersele (Eds.), Imapcts des changements climatiques en Belgique (pp. 21-25). Bruxelles, Belgique: Greenpeace.
Hambuckers, A. (2004). Biodiversiteit. In P., Marbaix & J.-P., van Ypersele (Eds.), Impacts van de klimaatveranderingen in België (pp. 21-25). Brussels, Belgium: Greenpeace.
Hambuckers-Berhin, F., Hambuckers, A., & Remacle, J. (1997). Trace metal transfers between water and sediment in a freshwater system. Influence of microbial activity. Studies in Environmental Science, 68(353-368).
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The purpose of our work was to determine, in a freshwater batch system, the importance and the direction of trace metal transfers between sediment and water as influenced by bacterial activity. Sediment was ...
Hambuckers, A., Schumacker, R., Remacle, J., & Frankard, P. (1995). IS THE PRESENCE OF MESOTROPHIC PLANT-COMMUNITIES IN THE PEAT-BOGS OF HAUTES-FAGNES (BELGIUM) CONNECTED WITH TONALITE INTRUSIONS IN THE REVINIAN LAYERS. Belgian Journal of Botany, 128(1), 48-56.
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Within the Hautes-Fagnes Nature Reserve (Belgium) acidic and oligotrophic biotopes are developing on very acidified stony silt raised bogs. However, they are locally dominated by mesotrophic species. Based on ...
Hambuckers, A. (1993). Etude de l'évolution au cours d'une décennie des transferts d'éléments minéraux dans un écosystème forestier. Unpublished doctoral thesis, Université de Liège, ​Liège, ​​Belgique.
Hambuckers, A., & Remacle, J. (1993). Relative importance of factors controlling the leaching and uptake of inorganic ions in the canopy of a spruce forest. Biogeochemistry, 23(2), 99-117.
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Sequential sampling of precipitation under mature spruce trees and time-series analysis of the data were performed in order to assess, in natural conditions, the relative importance of different factors that ...
Hambuckers-Berhin, F., Hambuckers, A., & Remacle, J. (1993). The role of the bacterial community in the radionuclide transfers in freshwater ecosystems. Studies in Environmental Science, 55(337-353).
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This chapter investigates the radionuclide fluxes between the bacteria and the water in aquatic ecosystem by examining the bulk transfers mediated by a bacterial community isolated from the river sediments. A ...
Hambuckers, A., & Remacle, J. (1991). Nutritional status of declining spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) - Effect of soil organic matter turnover rate. Water, Air and Soil Pollution, 59(1-2), 95-106.
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Foliar analysis was undertaken in two plots of Picea abies (L.) Karst., located in a watershed of Haute Ardenne, Belgium, in order to estimate the decline of the trees. Apart from a general Mg deficiency, the ...
Weissen, F., Hambuckers, A., Vanpraag, H., & Remacle, J. (1990). A Decennial Control Of N-Cycle In The Belgian Ardenne Forest Ecosystems. Plant and Soil, 128(1), 59-66.
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