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Nicolas Meurisse
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Forest biodiversity, ecosystem functioning and the provision of ecosystem services
EG Brockerhoff, L Barbaro, B Castagneyrol, DI Forrester, B Gardiner, ...
Biodiversity and Conservation 26, 3005-3035, 2017
8042017
Tree diversity drives forest stand resistance to natural disturbances
H Jactel, J Bauhus, J Boberg, D Bonal, B Castagneyrol, B Gardiner, ...
Current Forestry Reports 3, 223-243, 2017
4452017
Common pathways by which non-native forest insects move internationally and domestically
N Meurisse, D Rassati, BP Hurley, EG Brockerhoff, RA Haack
Journal of Pest Science 92, 13-27, 2019
2342019
Natural History of the Processionary Moths (Thaumetopoea spp.): New Insights in Relation to Climate Change
A Battisti, M Avcı, DN Avtzis, MLB Jamaa, L Berardi, W Berretima, ...
Processionary moths and climate change: An update, 15-79, 2014
1362014
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, ...
Processionary moths and climate change: an update, 81-161, 2014
732014
Historical distribution of the oak processionary moth Thaumetopoea processionea in Europe suggests recolonization instead of expansion
F Groenen, N Meurisse
Agricultural and forest entomology 14 (2), 147-155, 2012
682012
Recent advances toward the sustainable management of invasive Xylosandrus ambrosia beetles
A Gugliuzzo, PHW Biedermann, D Carrillo, LA Castrillo, JP Egonyu, ...
Journal of Pest Science 94, 615-637, 2021
622021
Kairomone traps: a tool for monitoring the invasive spruce bark beetle Dendroctonus micans (Coleoptera: Scolytinae) and its specific predator, Rhizophagus grandis (Coleoptera …
N Meurisse, D Couillien, JC Grégoire
Journal of Applied Ecology 45 (2), 537-548, 2008
342008
Low temperature tolerance and starvation ability of the oak processionary moth: implications in a context of increasing epidemics
N Meurisse, G Hoch, A Schopf, A Battisti, JC Grégoire
Agricultural and forest entomology 14 (3), 239-250, 2012
292012
Current and future distribution of the invasive oak processionary moth
M Godefroid, N Meurisse, F Groenen, C Kerdelhue, JP Rossi
Biological Invasions 22, 523-534, 2020
262020
Quantifying dispersal of a non-aggressive saprophytic bark beetle
N Meurisse, S Pawson
PLoS One 12 (4), e0174111, 2017
252017
Climate change and invasions by nonnative bark and ambrosia beetles
DS Pureswaran, N Meurisse, D Rassati, AM Liebhold, M Faccoli
Bark beetle management, ecology, and climate change, 3-30, 2022
172022
An integrated biosecurity risk assessment model (IBRAM) for evaluating the risk of import pathways for the establishment of invasive species
LE Jamieson, O Woodberry, S Mascaro, N Meurisse, R Jaksons, ...
Risk Analysis 42 (6), 1325-1345, 2022
102022
Risk analysis frameworks used in biological control and introduction of a novel Bayesian network tool
N Meurisse, BG Marcot, O Woodberry, BIP Barratt, JH Todd
Risk Analysis 42 (6), 1255-1276, 2022
102022
Special issue on invasive pests of forests and urban trees: pathways, early detection, and management
J Sweeney, D Rassati, N Meurisse, B Hurley, J Duan, C Stauffer, A Battisti
Journal of Pest Science 92, 1-2, 2019
92019
Bark beetles on pine logs: forecasting winter colonisation dynamics based on trap catches and temperature records
N Meurisse, SM Pawson, C Somchit
Journal of Pest Science 94 (4), 1357-1373, 2021
72021
The Spruce beetle in France-Status and current control measures
H Pauly, N Meurisse
Revue forestière française 59 (6), 595-608, 2007
7*2007
Pining away and at home: global utilisation of Pinus radiata by native and non-native insects
EG Brockerhoff, BA Gresham, N Meurisse, HF Nahrung, A Perret-Gentil, ...
NeoBiota 84, 137-167, 2023
42023
Large-scale, multi-year, phenology modelling of forest insects in Pinus radiata plantations
SM Pawson, JL Kerr, MO Kimberley, N Meurisse, C Somchit, ...
Journal of Pest Science 94, 1375-1392, 2021
32021
Temperature Effects on the Survival and Development of Two Pest Bark Beetles Hylurgus ligniperda F. (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) and Hylastes ater Paykull …
AR Pugh, CM Romo, GK Clare, N Meurisse, MKF Bader, SM Pawson
Environmental Entomology 52 (1), 56-66, 2023
12023
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