Jérôme Pellet
Jérôme Pellet
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Monitoring distributions using call surveys: estimating site occupancy, detection probabilities and inferring absence
J Pellet, BR Schmidt
Biological Conservation 123 (1), 27-35, 2005
A concentric analysis of the impact of urbanization on the threatened European tree frog in an agricultural landscape
J Pellet, A Guisan, N Perrin
Conservation Biology 18 (6), 1599-1606, 2004
Does delaying the first mowing date benefit biodiversity in meadowland?
JY Humbert, J Pellet, P Buri, R Arlettaz
Environmental evidence 1, 1-13, 2012
Conservation science relevant to action: a research agenda identified and prioritized by practitioners
V Braunisch, R Home, J Pellet, R Arlettaz
Biological Conservation 153, 201-210, 2012
An empirical evaluation of the area and isolation paradigm of metapopulation dynamics
J Pellet, E Fleishman, DS Dobkin, A Gander, DD Murphy
Biological Conservation 136 (3), 483-495, 2007
Landscape genetics of the Alpine newt (Mesotriton alpestris) inferred from a strip-based approach
G Emaresi, J Pellet, S Dubey, AH Hirzel, L Fumagalli
Conservation Genetics 12, 41-50, 2011
Monitoring butterfly abundance: beyond Pollard walks
J Pellet, JT Bried, D Parietti, A Gander, PO Heer, D Cherix, R Arlettaz
Public Library of Science 7 (7), e41396, 2012
The transferability of distribution models across regions: an amphibian case study
F Zanini, J Pellet, BR Schmidt
Diversity and Distributions 15 (3), 469-480, 2009
Relative importance of population processes and habitat characteristics in determining site occupancy of two anurans
BR Schmidt, J Pellet
The Journal of wildlife management 69 (3), 884-893, 2005
Seasonal variation in detectability of butterflies surveyed with Pollard walks
J Pellet
Journal of Insect Conservation 12, 155-162, 2008
Multiscale determinants of tree frog (Hyla arborea L.) calling ponds in western Switzerland
J Pellet, S Hoehn, N Perrin
Biodiversity & Conservation 13, 2227-2235, 2004
Simple modifications of mowing regime promote butterflies in extensively managed meadows: evidence from field-scale experiments
L Bruppacher, J Pellet, R Arlettaz, JY Humbert
Biological Conservation 196, 196-202, 2016
Density, climate and varying return points: an analysis of long-term population fluctuations in the threatened European tree frog
J Pellet, BR Schmidt, F Fivaz, N Perrin, K Grossenbacher
Oecologia 149, 65-71, 2006
Estimating population size in the European tree frog (Hyla arborea) using individual recognition and chorus counts
J Pellet, V Helfer, G Yannic
Amphibia-Reptilia 28 (2), 287-294, 2007
Quantifying abundance: counts, detection probabilities, and estimates
BR Schmidt, J Pellet
Amphibian ecology and conservation: A handbook of techniques, 465-479, 2010
Use of the harmonic direction finder to study the terrestrial habitats of the European tree frog (Hyla arborea)
J Pellet, L Rechteiner, AK Skrivervik, JF Zürcher, N Perrin
Amphibia-Reptilia 27 (1), 138-142, 2006
Optimal design of butterfly occupancy surveys and testing if occupancy converts to abundance for sparse populations
JT Bried, J Pellet
Journal of Insect Conservation 16 (4), 489-499, 2012
Massive genetic introgression in threatened northern crested newts (Triturus cristatus) by an invasive congener (T. carnifex) in Western Switzerland
C Dufresnes, J Pellet, S Bettinelli-Riccardi, J Thiébaud, N Perrin, ...
Conservation Genetics 17, 839-846, 2016
The superpopulation approach for estimating the population size of'prolonged'breeding amphibians: Examples from Europe
N Wagner, J Pellet, S Lötters, BR Schmidt, T Schmitt
Amphibia-Reptilia 32 (3), 323-332, 2011
Training future generations to deliver evidence‐based conservation and ecosystem management
H Downey, T Amano, M Cadotte, CN Cook, SJ Cooke, NR Haddaway, ...
Ecological Solutions and Evidence 2 (1), e12032, 2021
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