Sandrine Godefroid
Sandrine Godefroid
Meise Botanic Garden, Belgium
Verified email at plantentuinmeise.be
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How successful are plant species reintroductions?
S Godefroid, C Piazza, G Rossi, S Buord, AD Stevens, R Aguraiuja, ...
Biological Conservation 144 (2), 672-682, 2011
5102011
Temporal analysis of the Brussels flora as indicator for changing environmental quality
S Godefroid
Landscape and urban planning 52 (4), 203-224, 2001
2082001
Urban plant species patterns are highly driven by density and function of built-up areas
S Godefroid, N Koedam
Landscape Ecology 22 (8), 1227-1239, 2007
2042007
How important are large vs. small forest remnants for the conservation of the woodland flora in an urban context?
S Godefroid, N Koedam
Global Ecology and Biogeography 12 (4), 287-298, 2003
1852003
Distribution pattern of the flora in a peri-urban forest: an effect of the city–forest ecotone
S Godefroid, N Koedam
Landscape and Urban Planning 65 (4), 169-185, 2003
1732003
The impact of forest paths upon adjacent vegetation: effects of the path surfacing material on the species composition and soil compaction
S Godefroid, N Koedam
Biological Conservation 119 (3), 405-419, 2004
1722004
Ecological factors controlling the abundance of non-native invasive black cherry (Prunus serotina) in deciduous forest understory in Belgium
S Godefroid, SS Phartyal, G Weyembergh, N Koedam
Forest ecology and Management 210 (1-3), 91-105, 2005
1092005
Interspecific variation in soil compaction sensitivity among forest floor species
S Godefroid, N Koedam
Biological conservation 119 (2), 207-217, 2004
1032004
The role of soil and microclimatic variables in the distribution patterns of urban wasteland flora in Brussels, Belgium
S Godefroid, D Monbaliu, N Koedam
Landscape and Urban Planning 80 (1-2), 45-55, 2007
1012007
Depth distribution and composition of seed banks under different tree layers in a managed temperate forest ecosystem
S Godefroid, SS Phartyal, N Koedam
Acta oecologica 29 (3), 283-292, 2006
822006
To what extent do forest herbs recover after clearcutting in beech forest?
S Godefroid, S Rucquoij, N Koedam
Forest Ecology and Management 210 (1-3), 39-53, 2005
782005
Germination capacity and viability of threatened species collections in seed banks
S Godefroid, A Van de Vyver, T Vanderborght
Biodiversity and Conservation 19 (5), 1365-1383, 2010
652010
Spatial variability of summer microclimates and plant species response along transects within clearcuts in a beech forest
S Godefroid, S Rucquoij, N Koedam
Plant Ecology 185 (1), 107, 2006
622006
Can Ellenberg's indicator values for Mediterranean plants be used outside their region of definition?
S Godefroid, ED Dana
Journal of Biogeography 34 (1), 62-68, 2007
592007
Ex situ conservation of rare and valuable forest tree species through seed-gene bank
SS Phartyal, RC Thapliyal, N Koedam, S Godefroid
Current Science, 1351-1357, 2002
592002
Plant reintroductions: the need for a global database
S Godefroid, T Vanderborght
Biodiversity and conservation 20 (14), 3683-3688, 2011
542011
Variation in the herb species response and the humus quality across a 200‐year chronosequence of beech and oak plantations in Belgium
S Godefroid, W Massant, N Koedam
Ecography 28 (2), 223-235, 2005
522005
Patterns of native and exotic species richness in the urban flora of Brussels: rejecting the ‘rich get richer’model
C Ricotta, S Godefroid, D Rocchini
Biological Invasions 12 (1), 233-240, 2010
512010
Identifying indicator plant species of habitat quality and invasibility as a guide for peri-urban forest management
S Godefroid, N Koedam
Biodiversity & Conservation 12 (8), 1699-1713, 2003
502003
To what extent are threatened European plant species conserved in seed banks?
S Godefroid, S Rivière, S Waldren, N Boretos, R Eastwood, ...
Biological conservation 144 (5), 1494-1498, 2011
492011
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