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Camille Leclerc
Camille Leclerc
Postdoctoral researcher, UMR RECOVER, INRAE, Univ. Aix-Marseille, France
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Vulnerability of biodiversity hotspots to global change
C Bellard, C Leclerc, B Leroy, M Bakkenes, S Veloz, W Thuiller, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 23 (12), 1376-1386, 2014
3042014
Adapting island conservation to climate change. Response to Andréfouët et al
C Bellard, J Russell, BD Hoffmann, C Leclerc, F Courchamp
Trends in ecology & evolution 30 (1), 2-3, 2015
2492015
Impact of sea level rise on the 10 insular biodiversity hotspots
C Bellard, C Leclerc, F Courchamp
Global Ecology and Biogeography 23 (2), 203-212, 2014
1642014
Climate change, sea-level rise, and conservation: keeping island biodiversity afloat
F Courchamp, BD Hoffmann, JC Russell, C Leclerc, C Bellard
Trends in ecology & evolution 29 (3), 127-130, 2014
1482014
Microscopic aquatic predators strongly affect infection dynamics of a globally emerged pathogen
DS Schmeller, M Blooi, A Martel, TWJ Garner, MC Fisher, F Azemar, ...
Current biology 24 (2), 176-180, 2014
1402014
Insular threat associations within taxa worldwide
C Leclerc, F Courchamp, C Bellard
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-8, 2018
402018
Potential impact of sea level rise on French islands worldwide
C Bellard, C Leclerc, F Courchamp
Nature Conservation 5, 75, 2013
262013
Future climate change vulnerability of endemic island mammals
C Leclerc, F Courchamp, C Bellard
Nature communications 11 (1), 1-9, 2020
202020
Overcoming extinction: understanding processes of recovery of the Tibetan antelope
C Leclerc, C Bellard, GM Luque, F Courchamp
Ecosphere 6 (9), 1-14, 2015
192015
Combined impacts of global changes on biodiversity across the USA
C Bellard, C Leclerc, F Courchamp
Scientific Reports 5 (1), 1-11, 2015
192015
Global changes threaten functional and taxonomic diversity of insular species worldwide
C Leclerc, S Villéger, C Marino, C Bellard
Diversity and Distributions 26 (4), 402-414, 2020
182020
Vulnerability to climate change and sea-level rise of the 35th biodiversity hotspot, the Forests of East Australia
C Bellard, C Leclerc, BD Hoffmann, F Courchamp
Environmental Conservation 43 (1), 79-89, 2016
102016
Assessing current and future risks of invasion by the “green cancer” Miconia calvescens
N Gonzalez-Munoz, C Bellard, C Leclerc, JY Meyer, F Courchamp
Biological invasions 17 (11), 3337-3350, 2015
62015
Looming extinctions due to invasive species: Irreversible loss of ecological strategy and evolutionary history
C Bellard, C Bernery, C Leclerc
Global Change Biology 27 (20), 4967-4979, 2021
52021
Profiling insular vertebrates prone to biological invasions: What makes them vulnerable?
C Marino, C Leclerc, C Bellard
Global change biology 28 (3), 1077-1090, 2022
32022
The rising threat of climate change for arthropods from Earth's cold regions: Taxonomic rather than native status drives species sensitivity
D Renault, C Leclerc, MA Colleu, A Boutet, H Hotte, H Colinet, SL Chown, ...
Global Change Biology 28 (20), 5914-5927, 2022
22022
Conservation hotspots of insular endemic mammalian diversity at risk of extinction across a multidimensional approach
C Leclerc, C Magneville, C Bellard
Diversity and Distributions, 2022
12022
Biodiversité endémique insulaire face aux changements globaux : état des lieux dans un contexte de conservation
C Leclerc
Université Paris Saclay, 2019
2019
Case study 4: The effects of sea-level rise on habitats and species
F Bellard, Céline, Leclerc, Camille, Courchamp
Biodiversity and Climate Change, 125-127, 2019
2019
Adapting island conservation to climate change. Response to Andrefouet et al.
C Bellardl, J Russell, BD Hoffmann, C Leclerc, F Courchamp
TRENDS IN ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION 30 (1), 2-3, 2015
2015
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