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2014

Pradervand, J.-N. and Dubuis, A. and Pellissier, L. and Guisan, A. and Randin Christophe F., . (2014) Very high-resolution environmental predictors in species distribution models: moving beyond topography? Progress in physical geography, Vol. 38 , Nr. 1. pp. 79-96.

2013

Pellissier, L. and Bråthen, K. A. and Vittoz, P. and Yoccoz, N. G. and Dubuis, A. and Meier, E. and Zimmermann, N. E. and Randin, Christophe F. and Thuiller, W. and Guisan, A.. (2013) Thermal niches are more conserved at cold than warm limits in arctic-alpine plant species. Global ecology and biogeography, Vol. 22, H. 8. pp. 933-941.

2012

Broennimann, Olivier and Fitzpatrick, M. C. and Pearman, P. B. and Petitpierre, B. and Pellissier, L. and Yoccoz, N. G. and Thuiller, W. and Fortin, M.-J. and Randin, C. and Zimmermann, N. E. and Graham, C. H. and Guisan, A.. (2012) Measuring ecological niche overlap from occurrence and spatial environmental data. Global ecology and biogeography, Vol. 21. pp. 481-497.

Pottier, J. and Dubuis, A. and Pellissier, L. and Maiorano, L. and Rossier, L. and Randin, Christophe F. and Vittoz, P. and Guisan, A.. (2012) The accuracy of plant assemblage prediction from species distribution models varies along environmental gradients. Global ecology and biogeography, Vol. 22, H. 1 , S. 52–63.

2010

Lomba, A. and Pellissier, L. and Randin, C. and Vicente, J. and Moreira, F. and Honrado, J. and Guisan, A.. (2010) Overcoming the rare species modelling paradox : a novel hierarchical framework applied to an Iberian endemic plant. Biological conservation, Vol. 143, H. 11. pp. 2647-2657.

Pellissier, L. and Brathen, K. A. and Pottier, J. and Randin, C. F. and Vittoz, P. and Dubuis, A. and Yoccoz, N. G. and Alm, T. and Zimmermann, N. E. and Guisan, A.. (2010) Species distribution models reveal apparent competitive and facilitative effects of a dominant species on the distribution of tundra plants. Ecography, Vol. 33, H. 6. pp. 1004-1014.

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