Isabelle le Viol
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Green corridors in urban landscapes affect the arthropod communities of domestic gardens
A Vergnes, IL Viol, P Clergeau
Biological Conservation, 2011
More and more generalists: two decades of changes in the European avifauna
I Le Viol, F Jiguet, L Brotons, S Herrando, Ĺ Lindström, ...
Biology letters 8 (5), 780-782, 2012
The contribution of motorway stormwater retention ponds to the biodiversity of aquatic macroinvertebrates
I Le Viol, J Mocq, R Julliard, C Kerbiriou
Biological Conservation 142 (12), 3163-3171, 2009
Relating habitat and climatic niches in birds
JY Barnagaud, V Devictor, F Jiguet, M Barbet-Massin, I Le Viol, F Archaux
PloS one 7 (3), e32819, 2012
Disentangling the relative effect of light pollution, impervious surfaces and intensive agriculture on bat activity with a national-scale monitoring program
C Azam, I Le Viol, JF Julien, Y Bas, C Kerbiriou
Landscape ecology 31, 2471-2483, 2016
Is part‐night lighting an effective measure to limit the impacts of artificial lighting on bats?
C Azam, C Kerbiriou, A Vernet, JF Julien, Y Bas, L Plichard, J Maratrat, ...
Global Change Biology 21 (12), 4333-4341, 2015
Tourism in protected areas can threaten wild populations: from individual response to population viability of the chough Pyrrhocorax pyrrhocorax
C Kerbiriou, I Le Viol, A Robert, E Porcher, F Gourmelon, R Julliard
Journal of Applied Ecology 46 (3), 657-665, 2009
Do railway edges provide functional connectivity for plant communities in an urban context?
C Penone, N Machon, R Julliard, I Le Viol
Biological Conservation 148 (1), 126-133, 2012
More amphibians than expected in highway stormwater ponds
I Le Viol, F Chiron, R Julliard, C Kerbiriou
Ecological Engineering 47, 146-154, 2012
Evidence for distance and illuminance thresholds in the effects of artificial lighting on bat activity
C Azam, I Le Viol, Y Bas, G Zissis, A Vernet, JF Julien, C Kerbiriou
Landscape and Urban Planning 175, 123-135, 2018
The impact of human frequentation on coastal vegetation in a biosphere reserve
C Kerbiriou, I Leviol, F Jiguet, R Julliard
Journal of Environmental Management 88 (4), 715-728, 2008
Estimating habitat loss due to wind turbine avoidance by bats: Implications for European siting guidance
K Barré, I Le Viol, Y Bas, R Julliard, C Kerbiriou
Biological Conservation 226, 205-214, 2018
Crop genetic diversity benefits farmland biodiversity in cultivated fields
C Chateil, I Goldringer, L Tarallo, C Kerbiriou, I Le Viol, JF Ponge, ...
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 171, 25-32, 2013
Large-scale semi-automated acoustic monitoring allows to detect temporal decline of bush-crickets
A Jeliazkov, Y Bas, C Kerbiriou, JF Julien, C Penone, I Le Viol
Global Ecology and Conservation 6, 208-218, 2016
Plant and spider communities benefit differently from the presence of planted hedgerows in highway verges
I Le Viol, R Julliard, C Kerbiriou, L De Redon, N Carnino, N Machon, ...
Biological conservation 141 (6), 1581-1590, 2008
Invasions toolkit: Current methods for tracking the spread and impact of invasive species
S Kamenova, TJ Bartley, DA Bohan, JR Boutain, RI Colautti, I Domaizon, ...
Advances in ecological research 56, 85-182, 2017
More species, fewer specialists: 100 years of changes in community composition in an island biogeographical study
K Christian, LV Isabelle, J Frédéric, D Vincent
Diversity and Distributions 15 (4), 641-648, 2009
Accounting for artificial light impact on bat activity for a biodiversity-friendly urban planning
J Pauwels, I Le Viol, C Azam, N Valet, JF Julien, Y Bas, C Lemarchand, ...
Landscape and Urban planning 183, 12-25, 2019
First description of underwater acoustic diversity in three temperate ponds
C Desjonqueres, F Rybak, M Depraetere, A Gasc, I Le Viol, S Pavoine, ...
PeerJ 3, e1393, 2015
Impact of urbanization and gardening practices on common butterfly communities in France
B Fontaine, B Bergerot, I Le Viol, R Julliard
Ecology and Evolution 6 (22), 8174-8180, 2016
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