Christelle ROBINET
Christelle ROBINET
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Alien species in a warmer world: risks and opportunities
GR Walther, A Roques, PE Hulme, MT Sykes, P Pyšek, I Kühn, M Zobel, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 24 (12), 686-693, 2009
Expansion of geographic range in the pine processionary moth caused by increased winter temperatures
A Battisti, M Stastny, S Netherer, C Robinet, A Schopf, A Roques, ...
Ecological applications 15 (6), 2084-2096, 2005
Direct impacts of recent climate warming on insect populations
C Robinet, A Roques
Integrative zoology 5 (2), 132-142, 2010
Role of human-mediated dispersal in the spread of the pinewood nematode in China
C Robinet, A Roques, H Pan, G Fang, J Ye, Y Zhang, J Sun
PLoS One 4 (2), e4646, 2009
Modelling the effects of climate change on the potential feeding activity of Thaumetopoea pityocampa (Den. & Schiff.) (Lep., Notodontidae) in France
C Robinet, P Baier, J Pennerstorfer, A Schopf, A Roques
Global Ecology and Biogeography 16 (4), 460-471, 2007
The role of Allee effects in gypsy moth, Lymantria dispar (L.), invasions
PC Tobin, C Robinet, DM Johnson, SL Whitmire, ON Bjørnstad, ...
Population Ecology 51 (3), 373-384, 2009
Framework for modelling economic impacts of invasive species, applied to pine wood nematode in Europe
T Soliman, MCM Mourits, W Van Der Werf, GM Hengeveld, C Robinet, ...
PLoS One 7 (9), e45505, 2012
Dispersion in time and space affect mating success and Allee effects in invading gypsy moth populations
C Robinet, DR Lance, KW Thorpe, KS Onufrieva, PC Tobin, AM Liebhold
Journal of Animal Ecology, 966-973, 2008
Human-mediated long-distance jumps of the pine processionary moth in Europe
C Robinet, CE Imbert, J Rousselet, D Sauvard, J Garcia, F Goussard, ...
Biological invasions 14 (8), 1557-1569, 2012
A suite of models to support the quantitative assessment of spread in pest risk analysis
C Robinet, H Kehlenbeck, DJ Kriticos, RHA Baker, A Battisti, S Brunel, ...
PLoS One 7 (10), e43366, 2012
Applying a spread model to identify the entry points from which the pine wood nematode, the vector of pine wilt disease, would spread most rapidly across Europe
C Robinet, N Van Opstal, R Baker, A Roques
Biological Invasions 13 (12), 2981-2995, 2011
Geographic variation in North American gypsy moth cycles: subharmonics, generalist predators, and spatial coupling
ON Bjørnstad, C Robinet, AM Liebhold
Ecology 91 (1), 106-118, 2010
Rapid spread of the invasive yellow‐legged hornet in F rance: the role of human‐mediated dispersal and the effects of control measures
C Robinet, C Suppo, E Darrouzet
Journal of Applied Ecology 54 (1), 205-215, 2017
Assessing species distribution using Google Street View: a pilot study with the pine processionary moth
J Rousselet, CE Imbert, A Dekri, J Garcia, F Goussard, B Vincent, ...
PLoS One 8 (10), e74918, 2013
Climate Warming and Past and Present Distribution of the Processionary Moths (Thaumetopoea spp.) in Europe, Asia Minor and North Africa
A Roques, J Rousselet, M Avcı, DN Avtzis, A Basso, A Battisti, MLB Jamaa, ...
Processionary moths and climate change: An update, 81-161, 2015
A decision‐support scheme for mapping endangered areas in pest risk analysis
RHA Baker, J Benninga, J Bremmer, S Brunel, M Dupin, D Eyre, Z Ilieva, ...
EPPO Bulletin 42 (1), 65-73, 2012
Periodicity and synchrony of pine processionary moth outbreaks in France
S Li, JJ Daudin, D Piou, C Robinet, H Jactel
Forest Ecology and Management 354, 309-317, 2015
Variation in developmental time affects mating success and Allee effects
C Robinet, A Liebhold, D Gray
Oikos 116 (7), 1227-1237, 2007
Potential spread of the pine processionary moth in France: preliminary results from a simulation model and future challenges
C Robinet, J Rousselet, A Roques
Annals of forest science 71 (2), 149-160, 2014
Rating and mapping the suitability of the climate for pest risk analysis
D Eyre, RHA Baker, S Brunel, M Dupin, V Jarošík, DJ Kriticos, ...
EPPO Bulletin 42 (1), 48-55, 2012
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