Denoël, M., Perez, A., Cornet, Y., & Ficetola, G. F. (2013). Similar local and landscape processes affect both a common and a rare newt species. PLoS ONE, 8(5), 62727.
Although rare species are often the focus of conservation measures, more common species may experience similar decline and suffer from the same threatening processes. We tested this hypothesis by examining ...
Denoël, M., & Ficetola, G. F. (2008). Conservation of newt guilds in an agricultural landscape of Belgium: the importance of aquatic and terrestrial habitats. Aquatic Conservation, 18(5), 714-728.
1. Amphibians are declining worldwide in response to local and global pressures. Pond-breeding species are particularly vulnerable to environmental change because they rely on two components of the landscape ...
Denoël, M., & Ficetola, G. F. (2007). Landscape-level thresholds and newt conservation. Ecological Applications, 17(1), 302-309.
Ecological thresholds are defined as points or zones at which a rapid change occurs from one ecological condition to another. The existence of thresholds in species - habitat relationships has important ...
Denoël, M. (2004). Répartition, habitat et conservation des amphibiens du Pays de Herve. Bulletin de la Société Herpétologique de France, 111-112, 49-77.
The knowledge of distribution and ecological determinants of species is a prerequisite to their conservation at a time where declines are generalized at a world scale. The aim of this study is to characterize ...