Publications

Peer-reviewed

Dauby G., Zaiss R., Blach-Overgaard A., Catarino L., Damen T., Deblauwe V., Dessein S., Dransfield J., Droissart V., Duarte M.C., Engledow H., Fadeur G., Figueira R., Gereau R., Hardy O. J., Harris D., de Heij J., Janssens S., Klomberg Y. Ley A. C., Mackinder B. A., Meerts P. van de Poel J. L., Sonké B., Sosef M., Stévart T., Stoffelen P., Svenning J.-C., Sepulchre P., van der burgt X., Wieringa J. J. & Couvreur T. L. P. 2016. RAINBIO: a mega-database of tropical African vascular plants distributions. PhytoKeys 74: 1-18.

Goulamoussène Y., Bedeau C, Descroix L., .Deblauwe V., Linguet L. & Hérault B. 2016. Weak Environmental Controls of Tropical Forest Canopy Height in the Guiana Shield. Remote sensing 8(9): 747.

Faye A., Mariac, C., Deblauwe V., Richard D., Bonaventure S., Vigouroux Y. & Couvreur T.L.P.  2016. Phylogeography of the genus Podococcus (Palmae/Arecaceae) in Central African rain forests: climate stability predicts unique genetic diversity. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 105: 126-138. [pdf]

Dubuisson J.-Y.*, Hennequin S., Droissart V., Deblauwe V.* 2016. Hymenophyllum senterreanum Dubuisson & Deblauwe, sp. nov. (Hymenophyllaceae) and its relatives in western Central Africa. Phytotaxa 257(3): 287–294.

* Both authors contributed equally to this work.

Deblauwe V., Droissart V., Bose R., Sonké B., Blach-Overgaard A., Svenning J-C, Wieringa J. J., Ramesh B. R., Stévart T. & Couvreur T. L. P. 2016. Remotely sensed temperature and precipitation data improve species distribution modeling in the tropics. Global Ecology and Biogeography 25(4): 443-454. [pdf]

Allie, E., Pelissier, R., Engel, J., Petronelli, P., Freycon, V., Deblauwe, V., Soucemarianadin, L., Weigel, J. & Baraloto, C. 2015. Pervasive Local-Scale Tree-Soil Habitat Association in a Tropical Forest Community. Plos One 10(11): e0141488.

Deblauwe V., Kennel P. & Couteron P. 2012. Testing association between spatially autocorrelated variables: a new approach using surrogate lattice data. PloS One 7(11): e48766.

Diouf A., Barbier N., Couteron P., Lykke A. M., Deblauwe V., Mahamane A., Saadou M. & Bogaert J. 2012. Relationships between fire history, edaphic factors and woody vegetation structure and composition in a semi-arid savanna landscape (Niger, West Africa). Applied Vegetation Science 15(4): 488-500. [pdf]

Deblauwe V., Couteron P., Bogaert J. & Barbier N. 2012. Determinants and dynamics of banded vegetation pattern migration in arid climates. Ecological Monographs 82(1) : 3–21. [pdf]

Deblauwe V., Couteron P., Lejeune O., Bogaert J. & Barbier N. 2011. Environmental modulation of self-organized periodic vegetation patterns in Sudan. Ecography 34(6): 990–1001. [pdf]

Deblauwe V., Barbier N., Couteron P., Lejeune O. & Bogaert J. 2008. The global biogeography of semi-arid periodic vegetation patterns. Global Ecology and Biogeography 17(6): 715–723. [pdf]

Barbier, N., Couteron, P., Lefever, R., Deblauwe, V. & Lejeune, O. 2008. Spatial decoupling of facilitation and competition at the origin of gapped vegetation patterns. Ecology 89: 1521–1531. [pdf]

Barbier N., Couteron P., Lejoly J., Deblauwe V., & Lejeune O. 2006. Self-organized vegetation patterning as a fingerprint of climate and human impact on semi-arid ecosystems. Journal of Ecology 94 : 537–547. [pdf]

Cawoy V., Deblauwe V., Halbrecq B., Ledent J.-F., Kinet J.-M. & Jacquemart A.-L. 2006. Morph differences and honeybee morph preference in the distylous species Fagopyrum esculentum Moench. International Journal of Plant Sciences 167(4): 853–861. [pdf]

Book chapters

Couteron, P., N. Barbier, V. Deblauwe, R. Pélissier, et P. Ploton, Texture Analysis of Very High Spatial Resolution Optical Images as a Way to Monitor Vegetation and Forest Biomass in the Tropics, in Multi-Scale Forest Biomass Assessment and Monitoring in the Hindu Kush Himalayan Region: A Geospatial Perspective, M.S.R. Murthy, S. Wesselman, and H. Gilani, Editors. 2015, International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD): Kathmandu. p. 157-164. [pdf]

Barbier, N., Bellot, J., Couteron, P., Wiegand, T., Grimm, V., Deblauwe, V., Biro, P. & Mueller, E.N. 2014. Assessment of patterns in ecogeomorphic systems. Patterns of land degradation in drylands: understanding self-organised ecogeomorphic system (eds E.N. Mueller, J. Wainwright & A.J. Parsons), pp. 247-264. Springer, Dordrecht Heidelberg New York London. [pdf]

Barbier N., Couteron P. & Deblauwe V. 2014. Case study of self-organised vegetation patterning in dryland regions of Central Africa. Patterns of land degradation in drylands: understanding self-organised ecogeomorphic system (eds E.N. Mueller, J. Wainwright & A.J. Parsons), pp. 347-356. Springer, Dordrecht Heidelberg New York London. [pdf]

K.J. Koffi, V. Deblauwe, S. Sibomana, D.F.R. Neuba, D. Champluvier, C. De Cannière, N. Barbier, D. Traoré, B. Habonimana, E. Robbrecht, J. Lejoly & J. Bogaert. Spatial pattern analysis as a focus of landscape ecology to support evaluation of human impact on landscapes and diversity. In: S.-K. Hong, N. Nakagoshi, B. Fu and Y. Morimoto (eds.), Landscape Ecological Applications in Man-Influenced Areas: Linking Man and Nature Systems. Springer, 2007. [pdf]

Others

Deblauwe V. 2010. Modulation des structures de végétation auto-organisées en milieu aride. PhD thesis, Universtité Libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium. [pdf]

Droissart V., Deblauwe V., Senterre B. & Stévart T. 2007. New records and Potential distribution modelling of Diceratostele Gabonensis (Orchidaceae) in: Abstract of the Young Botanists Day 2006. Belgian Journal of Botany 140(2): 255.

Lefever R., Barbier N., Couteron P., Deblauwe V., Lejeune O. 2004. Les paysages tigrés et tachetés. Dossier pour la science 44 : 68–71. [link to editor]

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