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Auteur Francesco Vidotto
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A process-based approach to predicting the effect of climate change on the distribution of an invasive allergenic plant in Europe / Jonathan Storkey in PloS ONE, 9 (2) (02/2014)
Titre : A process-based approach to predicting the effect of climate change on the distribution of an invasive allergenic plant in Europe Type de document : Électronique Auteurs : Jonathan Storkey ; Pierre Stratonovitch ; Daniel S Chapman ; Francesco Vidotto ; Mikhail A. Semenov Année de publication : 2014 Article en page(s) : 1-7 Langues : Anglais (eng) Catégories : [Thématique] Plantes subspontanées, naturalisées, envahissantes Résumé : Ambrosia artemisiifolia is an invasive weed in Europe with highly allergenic pollen. Populations are currently well established and cause significant health problems in the French Rhône valley, Austria, Hungary and Croatia but transient or casual introduced populations are also found in more Northern and Eastern European countries. A process-based model of weed growth, competition and population dynamics was used to predict the future potential for range expansion of A.artemisiifolia under climate change scenarios. The model predicted a northward shift in the available climatic niche for populations to establish and persist, creating a risk of increased health problems in countries including the UK and Denmark. This was accompanied by an increase in relative pollen production at the northern edge of its range. The southern European limit for A.artemisiifolia was not expected to change; populations continued to be limited by drought stress in Spain and Southern Italy. The process-based approach to modelling the impact of climate change on plant populations has the advantage over correlative species distribution models of being able to capture interactions of climate, land use and plant competition at the local scale. However, for this potential to be fully realised, additional empirical data are required on competitive dynamics of A.artemisiifolia in different crops and ruderal plant communities and its capacity to adapt to local conditions. Lien pérenne : DOI : 10.1371/journal.pone.0088156
in PloS ONE > 9 (2) (02/2014) . - 1-7Storkey, J., Stratonovitch, P., Chapman, D.S., Vidotto, F., Semenov, MA. 2014. A process-based approach to predicting the effect of climate change on the distribution of an invasive allergenic plant in Europe. PloS ONE, 9(2): 1-7.
Two sides of one medal: Arable weed vegetation of Europe in phytosociological data compared to agronomical weed surveys / Jana Bürger in Applied vegetation science, 25 (1) (2022)
Titre : Two sides of one medal: Arable weed vegetation of Europe in phytosociological data compared to agronomical weed surveys Type de document : Imprimé Auteurs : Jana Bürger ; Filip Küzmič ; Urban Silc ; Florian Jansen ; Erwin Bergmeier ; Milan Chytrý (1967-) ; Alicia Cirujeda ; Silvia Fogliatto ; Guillaume Fried ; Denise Dostatny ; Bärbel Gerowitt (1958-) ; Michael Glemnitz ; José González‐Andújar ; Eva Hernández Plaza ; Jordi Izquierdo ; Michaela Kolárová ; Zdenka Lososova ; Helen Metcalfe ; Jevgenija Ņečajeva ; Sandrine Petit (1969-) ; Gyula Pinke (1968-) ; Valerijus Rašomavičius ; Christoph Redwitz ; Matthias Schumacher ; Lena Ulber ; Francesco Vidotto Année de publication : 2022 Article en page(s) : e12460 Langues : Français (fre) Catégories : [Géographique] Europe
Résumé : Questions : Two scientific disciplines, vegetation science and weed science, study arable weed vegetation, which has seen a strong diversity decrease in Europe over the last decades. We compared two collections of plot-based vegetation records originating from these two disciplines. The aim was to check the suitability of the collections for joint analysis and for addressing research questions from the opposing domains. We asked: are these collections complementary? If so, how can they be used for joint analysis? Location : Europe. Methods : We compared 13 311 phytosociological relevés and 13 328 records from weed science, concerning both data collection properties and the recorded species richness. To deal with bias in the data, we also analysed different subsets (i.e., crops, geographical regions, organic vs conventional fields, center vs edge plots). Results : Records from vegetation science have an average species number of 19.0 ± 10.4. Metadata on survey methodology or agronomic practices are rare in this collection. Records from weed science have an average species number of 8.5 ± 6.4. They are accompanied by extensive methodological information. Vegetation science records and the weed science records taken at field edges or from organic fields have similar species numbers. The collections cover different parts of Europe but the results are consistent in six geographical subsets and the overall data set. The difference in species numbers may be caused by differences in methodology between the disciplines, i.e., plot positioning within fields, plot sizes, or survey timing. Conclusion : This comparison of arable weed data that were originally sampled with a different purpose represents a new effort in connecting research between vegetation scientists and weed scientists. Both collections show different aspects of weed vegetation, which means the joint use of the data is valuable as it can contribute to a more complete picture of weed species diversity in European arable landscapes.
Lien pérenne : DOI : 10.1111/avsc.12460 / HAL : hal-03637578
in Applied vegetation science > 25 (1) (2022) . - e12460Bürger, J., Küzmič, F., Silc, U., Jansen, F., Bergmeier, E., Chytrý, M., Cirujeda, A., Fogliatto, S., Fried, G., Dostatny, D., Gerowitt, B., Glemnitz, M., González‐Andújar, J., Hernández Plaza, E., Izquierdo, J., Kolárová, M., Lososova, Z., Metcalfe, H., Ņečajeva, J., Petit, S., Pinke, G., Rašomavičius, V., Redwitz, C., Schumacher, M., Ulber, L., Vidotto, F. 2022. Two sides of one medal: Arable weed vegetation of Europe in phytosociological data compared to agronomical weed surveys. Applied vegetation science, 25(1): e12460.