Sebastien BROSSE
Sebastien BROSSE
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Fish invasions in the world's river systems: when natural processes are blurred by human activities
F Leprieur, O Beauchard, S Blanchet, T Oberdorff, S Brosse
PLoS biology 6 (2), e28, 2008
How many dimensions are needed to accurately assess functional diversity? A pragmatic approach for assessing the quality of functional spaces
E Maire, G Grenouillet, S Brosse, S Villéger
Global Ecology and Biogeography 24 (6), 728-740, 2015
Decomposing functional β‐diversity reveals that low functional β‐diversity is driven by low functional turnover in E uropean fish assemblages
S Villéger, G Grenouillet, S Brosse
Global Ecology and Biogeography 22 (6), 671-681, 2013
Conservation strategies for endemic fish species threatened by the Three Gorges Dam
YS PARK, J Chang, S Lek, W Cao, S Brosse
Conservation biology 17 (6), 1748-1758, 2003
Functional ecology of fish: current approaches and future challenges
S Villéger, S Brosse, M Mouchet, D Mouillot, MJ Vanni
Aquatic Sciences 79, 783-801, 2017
Partitioning global patterns of freshwater fish beta diversity reveals contrasting signatures of past climate changes
F Leprieur, PA Tedesco, B Hugueny, O Beauchard, HH Dürr, S Brosse, ...
Ecology letters 14 (4), 325-334, 2011
Human impacts on global freshwater fish biodiversity
G Su, M Logez, J Xu, S Tao, S Villéger, S Brosse
Science 371 (6531), 835-838, 2021
Global functional diversity of freshwater fish is concentrated in the Neotropics while functional vulnerability is widespread
A Toussaint, N Charpin, S Brosse, S Villéger
Scientific reports 6 (1), 22125, 2016
Homogenization patterns of the world’s freshwater fish faunas
S Villéger, S Blanchet, O Beauchard, T Oberdorff, S Brosse
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (44), 18003-18008, 2011
The use of artificial neural networks to assess fish abundance and spatial occupancy in the littoral zone of a mesotrophic lake
S Brosse, JF Guegan, JN Tourenq, S Lek
Ecological modelling 120 (2-3), 299-311, 1999
Competitive interactions between native and exotic salmonids: a combined field and laboratory demonstration
S Blanchet, G Loot, G Grenouillet, S Brosse
Ecology of Freshwater Fish 16 (2), 133-143, 2007
Scientific uncertainty and the assessment of risks posed by non‐native freshwater fishes
F Leprieur, S Brosse, E Garcia‐Berthou, T Oberdorff, JD Olden, ...
Fish and Fisheries 10 (1), 88-97, 2009
Utilisation of non-supervised neural networks and principal component analysis to study fish assemblages
S Brosse, JL Giraudel, S Lek
Ecological Modelling 146 (1-3), 159-166, 2001
Global and regional patterns in riverine fish species richness: a review
T Oberdorff, PA Tedesco, B Hugueny, F Leprieur, O Beauchard, S Brosse, ...
International Journal of Ecology 2011, 2011
A global database on freshwater fish species occurrence in drainage basins
PA Tedesco, O Beauchard, R Bigorne, S Blanchet, L Buisson, L Conti, ...
Scientific data 4 (1), 1-6, 2017
Unlocking biodiversity and conservation studies in high‐diversity environments using environmental DNA (eDNA): A test with Guianese freshwater fishes
K Cilleros, A Valentini, L Allard, T Dejean, R Etienne, G Grenouillet, ...
Molecular ecology resources 19 (1), 27-46, 2019
Functional homogenization exceeds taxonomic homogenization among E uropean fish assemblages
S Villéger, G Grenouillet, S Brosse
Global ecology and biogeography 23 (12), 1450-1460, 2014
Hydrological disturbance benefits a native fish at the expense of an exotic fish
F Leprieur, MA Hickey, CJ Arbuckle, GP Closs, S Brosse, CR Townsend
Journal of Applied Ecology 43 (5), 930-939, 2006
Global imprint of historical connectivity on freshwater fish biodiversity
MS Dias, T Oberdorff, B Hugueny, F Leprieur, C Jézéquel, JF Cornu, ...
Ecology Letters 17 (9), 1130-1140, 2014
Contrasting patterns and mechanisms of spatial turnover for native and exotic freshwater fish in Europe
F Leprieur, JD Olden, S Lek, S Brosse
Journal of Biogeography 36 (10), 1899-1912, 2009
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