Simon Chollet
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Declining woodland birds in North America: should we blame Bambi?
S Chollet, JL Martin
Diversity and Distributions 19 (4), 481-483, 2013
Combined effects of climate, resource availability, and plant traits on biomass produced in a Mediterranean rangeland
S Chollet, S Rambal, A Fayolle, D Hubert, D Foulquié, E Garnier
Ecology 95 (3), 737-748, 2014
From urban lawns to urban meadows: Reduction of mowing frequency increases plant taxonomic, functional and phylogenetic diversity
S Chollet, C Brabant, S Tessier, V Jung
Landscape and Urban Planning 180, 121-124, 2018
Importance for forest plant communities of refuges protecting from deer browsing
S Chollet, C Baltzinger, L Ostermann, F Saint-André, JL Martin
Forest Ecology and Management 289, 470-477, 2013
Vegetation management intensity and landscape diversity alter plant species richness, functional traits and community composition across European vineyards
RM Hall, N Penke, M Kriechbaum, S Kratschmer, V Jung, S Chollet, ...
Agricultural Systems 177, 102706, 2020
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
Long-term consequences of invasive deer on songbird communities: Going from bad to worse?
S Chollet, C Bergman, AJ Gaston, JL Martin
Biological Invasions 17 (2), 777-790, 2015
A better world for bryophytes? A rare and overlooked case of positive community-wide effects of browsing by overabundant deer
S Chollet, C Baltzinger, S Le Saout, JL Martin
Ecoscience 20 (4), 352-360, 2013
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
Positive plant and bird diversity response to experimental deer population reduction after decades of uncontrolled browsing
S Chollet, S Padié, S Stockton, S Allombert, AJ Gaston, JL Martin
Diversity and Distributions 22 (3), 274-287, 2016
Understanding the paradox of deer persisting at high abundance in heavily browsed habitats
SL Saout, S Chollet, S Chamaillé‐Jammes, L Blanc, S Padié, T Verchere, ...
Wildlife Biology 20 (3), 122-135, 2014
Short-term effects of hunting on naïve black-tailed deer (Odocoileus hemionus sitkensis): behavioural response and consequences on vegetation growth
S Le Saout, S Padié, S Chamaillé-Jammes, S Chollet, S Côté, N Morellet, ...
Canadian Journal of Zoology 92 (11), 915-925, 2014
Deer slow down litter decomposition by reducing litter quality in a temperate forest
S Chollet, M Maillard, J Schörghuber, SJ Grayston, JL Martin
Ecology 102 (2), e03235, 2021
Abiotic factors, not herbivorous pressure, are primarily responsible for the performance of an invasive aquatic plant
MJ Silveira, S Chollet, G Thiébaut, SM Thomaz
Annales de Limnologie-International Journal of Limnology 54, 12, 2018
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
De la mise en évidence à la gestion de l'effet de cerf Leçons pratiques et théoriques fournies par l'introduction du cerf à queue-noire sur Haïda Gwaii
S Chollet
Université Montpellier II-Sciences et Techniques du Languedoc, 2012
Pourquoi et comment favoriser la spontanéité écologique en ville?
S Bonthoux, S Chollet
Métropolitiques, 2021
Deer exclusion unveils abiotic filtering in forest understorey plant assemblages
S Chollet, C Baltzinger, M Maillard, JL Martin
Annals of Botany 128 (3), 371-381, 2021
Belowground effects of deer in a temperate forest are time-dependent
M Maillard, JL Martin, S Chollet, C Catomeris, L Simon, SJ Grayston
Forest Ecology and Management 493, 119228, 2021
From taxonomic to functional dark diversity: Exploring the causes of potential biodiversity and its implications for conservation
L Morel, V Jung, S Chollet, F Ysnel, L Barbe
Journal of Applied Ecology 59 (1), 103-116, 2022
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