Scientific publications (ISI ranked)

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Hollander F.A., Titeux N., Holveck M.-J. & Van Dyck H. (2017) Timing of breeding in an ecologically trapped bird. The American Naturalist, in press.

Mihoub J.-B., Henle K., Titeux N., Brotons L., Brummitt N.A. & Schmeller D.S. (2017) Setting temporal baselines for biodiversity: the limits of available monitoring data for capturing the full impact of anthropogenic pressures. Scientific Reports, 7, 41591. [PDF]

Titeux N., Henle K., Mihoub J.-B. & Brotons L. (2016) [Guest Editorial] Climate change distracts us from other threats to biodiversity. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 14, 291. [PDF]

Titeux N., Henle K., Mihoub J.-B., Regos A., Geijzendorffer I.R., Cramer W., Verburg P.H. & Brotons L. (2016) Biodiversity scenarios neglect future land-use changes. Global Change Biology, 22, 2505-2515. [PDF] [featured by the European Commission in Science for Environment Policy]

Herrando S., Brotons L., Anton M., Páramo F., Villero D., Titeux N., Quesada J. & Stefanescu C. (2016) Assessing impacts of land abandonment on Mediterranean biodiversity using indicators based on bird and butterfly monitoring data. Environmental Conservation, 43, 69-78. [PDF]

Regos A., D’Amen M., Titeux N., Herrando S., Guisan A. & Brotons L. (2016) Predicting the future effectiveness of protected areas for bird conservation in Mediterranean ecosystems under climate change and novel fire regime scenarios. Diversity and Distributions, 22, 83-96. [PDF]

Hollander F.A., Van Dyck H., San Martin G. & Titeux N. (2015) Nest predation deviates from nest predator abundance in an ecologically trapped bird. PLoS ONE, 10, e0144098. [PDF]

Aizpurua O., Cantú-Salazar L., San Martin G., Biver G., Brotons L. & Titeux N. (2015) Reconciling expert judgement and habitat suitability models as tools for guiding sampling of threatened species. Journal of Applied Ecology, 52, 1608-1616. [PDF]

Hollander F.A., Titeux N., Walsdorff T., Martinage A. & Van Dyck H. (2015) Arthropods and novel bird habitats: do clear-cuts in spruce plantations provide similar food resources for insectivorous birds compared with farmland habitats? Journal of Insect Conservation, 19, 1011-1020. [PDF]

Aizpurua O., Paquet J.-Y., Brotons L. & Titeux N. (2015) Optimising long-term monitoring projects for species distribution modelling: how atlas data may help. Ecography, 38, 29-40. [PDF]

Martin Y., Van Dyck H., Dendoncker N. & Titeux N. (2013) Testing instead of assuming the importance of land use change scenarios to model species distributions under climate change. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 22, 1204-1216. [PDF]

Hollander F.A., Titeux N. & Van Dyck H. (2013) Habitat-dependent prey availability and offspring provisioning explain an ecological trap in a migratory bird. Functional Ecology, 27, 702-709. [PDF]

Hollander F.A., Titeux N. & Van Dyck H. (2012) Territorial resource valuation deviates from habitat quality in an ecologically-trapped, long-distance migratory bird. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 66, 777-783. [PDF]

Hollander F.A., Van Dyck H., San Martin G. & Titeux N. (2011) Maladaptive habitat selection of a migratory passerine bird in a human-modified landscape. PLoS ONE, 6(9), e25703. [PDF]

Maes D., Titeux N., Hortal J., Anselin A., Beckers K., Decleer K, De Knijf G., Fichefet V. & Luoto M. (2010) Predicted insect diversity declines under climate change in an already impoverished region. Journal of Insect Conservation, 14, 485-498. [PDF]

Titeux N., Maes D., Marmion M., Luoto M. & Heikkinen R.K. (2009) Inclusion of soil data improves the performance of bioclimatic envelope models for insect species distributions in temperate Europe. Journal of Biogeography, 36, 1459-1473. [PDF]

Bontemps S., Bogaert P., Titeux N. & Defourny P. (2008) An object-based change detection method for dealing with temporal dependences in time series with medium to coarse spatial resolution. Remote Sensing of Environment, 112, 3181-3191. [PDF]

Titeux N., Dufrêne M., Radoux J., Hirzel A.H. & Defourny P. (2007) Fitness-related parameters improve presence-only distribution modelling for conservation practice: the case of the red-backed shrike. Biological Conservation, 138, 207-223. [PDF]

Titeux N., Dufrêne M., Jacob J.P., Paquay M. & Defourny P. (2004) Multivariate analysis of a fine-scale breeding bird atlas using a geographical information system and partial canonical correspondence analysis: environmental and spatial effects. Journal of Biogeography, 31, 1841-1856. [PDF]

Maes D., Gilbert M., Titeux N., Goffart P. & Dennis R.L.H. (2003) Prediction of butterfly diversity hotspots in Belgium: a comparison of statistically-focused and land use-focused models. Journal of Biogeography, 30, 1907-1920. [PDF]