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Sandra Luque
Sandra Luque
INRAE UMR TETIS Land, environment, remote sensing and spatial information
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Biodiversity differences between managed and unmanaged forests: Meta‐analysis of species richness in Europe
Y Paillet, L Bergčs, J Hjältén, P Ódor, C Avon, M Bernhardt‐Römermann, ...
Conservation biology 24 (1), 101-112, 2010
10382010
Mapping ecosystem services
J Maes, ND Crossman, B Burkhard
Routledge handbook of ecosystem services, 188-204, 2016
7152016
Indicators of biodiversity and ecosystem services: a synthesis across ecosystems and spatial scales
CK Feld, P Martins da Silva, J Paulo Sousa, F De Bello, R Bugter, ...
Oikos 118 (12), 1862-1871, 2009
3412009
When we cannot have it all: Ecosystem services trade-offs in the context of spatial planning
F Turkelboom, M Leone, S Jacobs, E Kelemen, M García-Llorente, F Baró, ...
Ecosystem services 29, 566-578, 2018
3292018
Crowdsourcing indicators for cultural ecosystem services: A geographically weighted approach for mountain landscapes
P Tenerelli, U Demšar, S Luque
Ecological Indicators 64, 237-248, 2016
2842016
Land cover change in Europe between 1950 and 2000 determined employing aerial photography
F Gerard, S Petit, G Smith, A Thomson, N Brown, S Manchester, ...
Progress in Physical Geography 34 (2), 183-205, 2010
2222010
Bayesian networks in environmental and resource management
DN Barton, S Kuikka, O Varis, L Uusitalo, HJ Henriksen, M Borsuk, ...
Integrated environmental assessment and management 8 (3), 418-429, 2012
1952012
The means determine the end – Pursuing integrated valuation in practice
J Sander, ML Berta, B David, D Robert, H Paula, K Eszter, S Heli, T Mette, ...
Ecosystem Services 27 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ecoser.2017.), 2017
185*2017
Landscape connectivity analysis for conservation: insights from combining new methods with ecological and genetic data
S Luque, S Saura, MJ Fortin
Landscape ecology 27 (2), 153-157, 2012
1802012
Institutional challenges in putting ecosystem service knowledge in practice
H Saarikoski, E Primmer, SR Saarela, P Antunes, R Aszalós, F Baró, ...
Ecosystem services 29, 579-598, 2018
1782018
Application of GIS to biodiversity monitoring
BB Salem
Journal of arid environments 54 (1), 91-114, 2003
1752003
Routledge handbook of ecosystem services
M Potschin, R Haines-Young, R Fish, RK Turner
Routledge, 2016
1522016
Stakeholders’ perspectives on the operationalisation of the ecosystem service concept: Results from 27 case studies
J Dick, F Turkelboom, H Woods, I Iniesta-Arandia, E Primmer, SR Saarela, ...
Ecosystem services 29, 552-565, 2018
1362018
How can landscape ecology contribute to sustainability science?
P Opdam, S Luque, J Nassauer, PH Verburg, J Wu
Landscape Ecology 1 (1), 1-6, 2018
1342018
Spatial Bayesian belief networks as a planning decision tool for mapping ecosystem services trade-offs on forested landscapes
j Gonzalez-Redin, S Luque, L Poggio, R Smith, A Gimona
Environmental Research 1016 (doi:10.1016/j.envres.2015.11.009), 2015
1342015
Nature’s contributions to people in mountains: A review
B Martin-Lopez, I Leister, P Lorenzo Cruz, I Palomo, A Gręt-Regamey, ...
PloS one 14 (6), e0217847, 2019
1222019
Integrative approach for landscape-based graph connectivity analysis: a case study with the common frog (Rana temporaria) in human-dominated landscapes
S Decout, S Manel, C Miaud, S Luque
Landscape ecology 27, 267-279, 2012
1222012
Measuring β‐diversity by remote sensing: A challenge for biodiversity monitoring
D Rocchini, S Luque, N Pettorelli, L Bastin, D Doktor, N Faedi, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 9 (8), 1787-1798, 2018
1212018
Integrating methods for ecosystem service assessment: Experiences from real world situations
R Dunford, P Harrison, A Smith, J Dick, DN Barton, B Martin-Lopez, ...
Ecosystem Services 29, 499-514, 2018
1152018
Temporal and spatial changes in an area of the New Jersey Pine Barrens landscape
SS Luque, RG Lathrop, JA Bognar
Landscape Ecology 9, 287-300, 1994
1151994
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