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[24] C. Blattert, K. Eyvindson, M. Mönkkönen, K.J. Raatikainen, M. Triviño, R. Duflot (2023). Enhancing multifunctionality in European boreal forests: the potential role of Triad landscape functional zoning. Journal of Environmental Management. doi: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2023.119250

[23] M. Kosma, A. Laita, R. Duflot (2023). No Net Loss of connectivity: conserving habitat networks in the context of urban expansion. Landscape and Urban Planningdoi: 10.1016/j.landurbplan.2023.104847

[22] M. Triviño, M. Potterf , J. Tijerín, P. Ruiz-Benito, D. Burgas, K. Eyvindson, C. Blattert, M. Mönkkönen, R. Duflot (2023). Enhancing resilience of boreal forests through management under global change: A review. Current Landscape Ecology Reportdoi: 10.1007/s40823-023-00088-9


[21] M. Mönkkönen, T. Aakala, C. Blattert, D. Burgas, R. Duflot, K. Eyvindson, J. Kouki, T. Laaksonen & P. Punttila (2022). More wood but less biodiversity in forests in Finland: a historical evaluation. Memoranda Soc. Fauna Flora Fennica, link:

[20] R. Duflot, L. Fahrig, M. Mönkkönen (2022). Management diversity begets biodiversity in production forest landscapes. Biological Conservation, doi: 10.1016/j.biocon.2022.109514

[19] R. Duflot, K. Eyvindson, M. Mönkkönen (2022). Management diversification increases habitat availability for multiple biodiversity indicator species in production forests. Landscape Ecology, doi: 10.1007/s10980-021-01375-8

[18] A. Tortosa, R. Duflot, J. Rivers-Moore, S. Ladet, D. Esquerré, A. Vialatte (2022). Natural enemies emerging in cereal fields in spring may contribute to biological control. Agricultural and Forest Entomology, doi: 10.1111/afe.12490

[17] R. Duflot, M. San-Cristobal, E. Andrieu, J-P. Choisis, D. Esquerré, S. Ladet, A. Ouin, J. Rivers-Moore, D. Sheeren, C. Sirami, M. Fauvel, A. Vialatte (2022). Farming intensity indirectly reduces crop yield through biodiversity and regulating ecosystem services. Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment, doi: 10.1016/j.agee. 2021.107810



[16] T. Kortetmäki, M. Puurtinen, M. Salo, R. Aro, S. Baumeister, R. Duflot, … , J.S. Kotiaho (2021). Planetary well-being. Humanities and Social Sciences Communications, doi: 10.1057/s41599-021-00899-3 


[15] R. Duflot, S. Baumeister, D. Burgas, K. Eyvindson, M. Triviño, C. Blattert, A. Kuparinen, M. Potterf (2021) Building up an ecologically sustainable and socially desirable post-COVID-19 future. Sustainability Science, doi: 10.1007/s11625-021-00940-z 


[14] J. A. Pithon, R. Duflot, V. Beaujouan, M. Jagaille, G. Pain, and H. Daniel (2021). Grasslands provide diverse opportunities for bird species along an urban-rural gradient. Urban Ecosystems, doi: 10.1007/ s11252-021-01114-6 


[13] K. Eyvindson, R. Duflot, M. Triviño, C. Blattert, M. Potterf, M. Mönkkönen (2021). High boreal forest multifunctionality requires continuous cover forestry as a dominant management. Land Use Policy, doi: 10.1016/j.landusepol.2020.104918 


[12] A. Bourdouxhe, R. Duflot, M. Dufrêne (2020). Comparison of methods to model species corridors for decision-making in nature conservation: the case of the wildcat in the Walloon region, Belgium. Journal for Nature Conservation, doi: 10.1016/j.jnc.2020.125901

[11] L. Bergès, C. Avon, L. Bezombes, C. Clauzel, R. Duflot, J-C. Foltête, S. Gaucherand, X. Girardet, T. Spiegelberger (2020). Environmental mitigation hierarchy and biodiversity offsets revisited by habitat connectivity modelling. Journal of Environmental Management, doi: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2019.109950 




[10] L. Bergès, C. Avon, L. Bezombes, C. Clauzel, R. Duflot, J-C. Foltête, S. Gaucherand, X. Girardet, T. Spiegelberger (2019). Intégrer la connectivité paysagère dans la séquence ERC : une approche par la quantité d'habitat atteignable. Vertigo, doi: 10.4000/vertigo.25733   [in French]

[9] E.A. Martin, M. Dainese, Y. Clough, … , R. Duflot, … , I. Steffan-Dewenter (2019). The interplay of landscape composition and configuration: new pathways to manage functional biodiversity and agroecosystem services across Europe. Ecology Letters, doi: 10.1111/ele.13265 





[8] R. Duflot, C. Avon, P.K. Roche, L. Bergès (2018). Combining habitat suitability models and spatial graphs for more effective landscape conservation planning: An applied methodological framework and a species case study. Journal for Nature Conservation, doi: 10.1016/j.jnc.2018.08.005 


[7] S. Aviron, E. Lalechère, R. Duflot, N. Parisey, S. Poggi (2018). Connectivity of cropped vs. semi-natural habitats mediates biodiversity: A case study of carabid beetles communities. Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment, doi: 10.1016/j.agee.2018.08.025 


[6] R. Duflot, H. Daniel, S. Aviron, A. Alignier, V. Beaujouan, F. Burel, A. Cochard, A. Ernoult, G. Pain, J.A. Pithon (2018). Adjacent woodlands rather than habitat connectivity influence grassland plant, carabid and bird assemblages in farmland landscapes. Biodiversity and Conservation, doi: 10.1007/s10531-018-1517-y 





[5] R.  Duflot, A. Ernoult, S. Aviron, L. Fahrig, F. Burel (2017). Relative effects of landscape composition and configuration on multi-habitat gamma diversity in agricultural landscapes. Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment, doi: 10.1016/j.agee.2017.02.035 


[4] A. Vialatte, N. Tsafack, D. Al Hassan, R. Duflot, M. Plantegenest, A. Ouin, J. Villenave-Chasset, A. Ernoult (2017). Landscape potential for pollen provisioning for beneficial insects favours biological control in crop fields. Landscape Ecology, doi: 10.1007/s10980-016-0481-8 




[3] R. Duflot, S. Aviron, A. Ernoult, F. Burel (2016). Landscape level processes driving carabid crop assemblage in dynamic farmlands. Population Ecology, doi: 10.1007/s10144-015-0534-x 





[2] R. Duflot, S. Aviron, A. Ernoult, L. Fahrig, F. Burel (2015). Reconsidering the role of ‘semi-natural habitat’ in agricultural landscape biodiversity: a case study. Ecological research, doi: 10.1007/s11284-014-1211-9 




[1] R. Duflot, R. Georges, A. Ernoult, S. Aviron, F. Burel (2014). Landscape heterogeneity as an ecological filter of species traits. Acta Oecologica, doi: 10.1016/j.actao.2014.01.004 


Action needed for the EU Common Agricultural Policy to address sustainability challenges (2020). G. Pe’er, et al. People and Nature


World Scientists’ Warning of a Climate Emergency (2019). W.J. Ripple, C. Wolf, T.M Newsome, P. Barnard, W.R. Moomaw. BioScience 


World Scientists’ Warning to Humanity: A Second Notice (2017). W.J. Ripple, C. Wolf, M. Galetti, T.M. Newsome, M. Alamgir, E. Crist, M.I. Mahmoud, W.F. Laurance. BioScience 


R. Duflot, K.E. Keskinen, K. Eyvindson, K.J. Raatikainen (2023). A landscape approach to planetary well-being. In Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Planetary Well-being. (eds.) M. Elo, J. Hytönen, S. Karkulehto, T. Kortetmäki, J.S. Kotiaho, M. Puurtinen & M. Salo. Routledge. doi: 10.4324/9781003334002


A. Bourdouxhe, R. Duflot, J. Radoux, and M. Dufrêne (2020). Comment identifier les corridors d’espèces dans le paysage ? Un enjeu capital pour le redéploiement du réseau écologique wallon. Forêt Nature [in French]

S. Aviron, A. Alignier, R. Duflot, A. Ernoult, C. Puech, R. Sabatier (2019). Book chapter – From structural description to functional farmed landscape. In: Landscape, functional biodiversity and plant health. Eds: Sandrine Petit et Claire Lavigne, QUAE [in French]

R. Duflot, J.A. Pithon. Chapter: Birds in ordinary grasslands. Technical report – URBIO, Biodiversity of urban areas: research work synthesis. Coordination: H. Daniel, Ed: Damien Provendier [in French] 


R. Duflot, P. Gautier, F. Burel, M. Ameline. Technical report: Crossing naturalist data with ecological network in the Regional Natural Park of Normandie-Maine [in French] 


L. Eggenschwiler, R. Duflot, K. Jacot (2010). Different habitats in arable land and Fagopyrum esculentum: their influence on aphid antagonists. In: Landscape management for functional biodiversity (eds J. Holland, M. van Helden, W. Rossing, M. Poehling, W. van der Werf, A. Ferguson & C. Lavigne), Vol. 56, pp. 35-39. IOBC Bulletin, Cambridge, United-Kingdom 

R. Duflot (2009). Enhancing aphid biological control with an early flowering plant species: Fagopyrum esculentum. Master thesis, University of Lorraine, Nancy, France 

R. Duflot (2008). Rice adaptation to alternating wetting and drying regimes in West African conditions. Master thesis, Wageningen University, Wageningen, The Netherlands 


Data for the publication: “Farming intensity indirectly reduces crop yield through negative effects on agrobiodiversity and key ecological functions”, 

Data for the publication: “Natural enemies emerging in cereal fields in spring may contribute to biological control”, 

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