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Climate‐induced changes in the distribution of freshwater fish: observed and predicted trends
1. Climate change could be one of the main threats faced by aquatic ecosystems and freshwater biodiversity. Improved understanding, monitoring and forecasting of its effects are thus crucial forExpand
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A global database on freshwater fish species occurrence in drainage basins
A growing interest is devoted to global-scale approaches in ecology and evolution that examine patterns and determinants of species diversity and the threats resulting from global change. TheseExpand
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Patterns and processes of alternative host use in a generalist parasite: insights from a natural host–parasite interaction
Summary Host specificity is a major, yet poorly understood, property of parasites. Generalist parasites generally exploit a principal host species and a series of alternative host species.Expand
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Integrating hydrological features and genetically validated occurrence data in occupancy modeling of an endemic and endangered semi-aquatic mammal species, Galemys pyrenaicus, in a Pyrenean catchment
As freshwater habitats are among the most endangered, there is an urgent need to identify critical areas for conservation, especially those that are home to endangered species. The Pyrenean desmanExpand
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A multi-faceted framework of diversity for prioritizing the conservation of fish assemblages
Floodplain waterbodies and their biodiversity are increasingly threatened by human activities. Given the limited resources available to protect them, methods to identify the most valuable areas forExpand
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Identification of Priority Areas for the Conservation of Stream Fish Assemblages: Implications for River Management in France
Financial and human resources allocated to biodiversity conservation are often limited, making it impossible to protect all natural places, and priority areas for protection must be identified. InExpand
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Spatial replicates as an alternative to temporal replicates for occupancy modelling when surveys are based on linear features of the landscape
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We show that a survey based on adjacent spatial replicates for a mammal living along linear features of the landscape is a good compromise between cost and occupancy estimates, while using the Markovian occupancy model to estimate detection. Expand
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Spatial differences across the French Pyrenees in the use of local habitat by the endangered semi‐aquatic Pyrenean desman (Galemys pyrenaicus)
The implementation of effective and appropriate protection actions is frequently hindered by lack of thorough knowledge on species ecology especially in the case of endemic, vulnerable and elusiveExpand
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Data Descriptor : A global database on freshwater fi sh species occurrence in drainage basins
A growing interest is devoted to global-scale approaches in ecology and evolution that examine patterns and determinants of species diversity and the threats resulting from global change. TheseExpand
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