Bernard Hugueny mainly focuses on Ecology, Species richness, Freshwater fish, Scale and Habitat. Freshwater ecosystem, Ecosystem, Habitat destruction, Biodiversity and Abiotic component are the subjects of his Ecology studies. His Habitat destruction research integrates issues from Sampling and Biotic index.
The Species richness study which covers Biogeography that intersects with Species diversity, Introduced species, Endemism and Global biodiversity. His Freshwater fish research incorporates elements of Community, Conservation biology, Fauna and Body size and species richness. He focuses mostly in the field of Assemblage, narrowing it down to matters related to Environmental impact assessment and, in some cases, Community structure.
Bernard Hugueny mainly investigates Ecology, Species richness, Freshwater fish, Biodiversity and Habitat. Bernard Hugueny focuses mostly in the field of Ecology, narrowing it down to topics relating to Biological dispersal and, in certain cases, Abundance. He combines subjects such as Global biodiversity, Community, Ecology and Species diversity with his study of Species richness.
The Freshwater fish study combines topics in areas such as Beta diversity, Species distribution and Threatened species. His work on Habitat destruction as part of his general Biodiversity study is frequently connected to Last Glacial Maximum, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. His Habitat study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Assemblage and Biotic index.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecology, Freshwater fish, Biodiversity, Taxon and Endemism. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Biological dispersal and Ecology. His research integrates issues of Range, Fragmentation and Species distribution in his study of Freshwater fish.
His research investigates the connection with Biodiversity and areas like Habitat which intersect with concerns in Amazon rainforest and Species richness. His Taxon study combines topics in areas such as Fauna and Olea. His Endemism research incorporates themes from Habitat fragmentation, Biodiversity hotspot and Deforestation.
His primary areas of investigation include Biodiversity, Ecology, Fragmentation, Species distribution and Quaternary. Bernard Hugueny has included themes like Amazon rainforest, Species richness, Species diversity, Biological dispersal and Biogeography in his Biodiversity study. His study in the fields of Habitat, Anthropocene and Ecosystem under the domain of Ecology overlaps with other disciplines such as Fluvial and Flow.
The concepts of his Fragmentation study are interwoven with issues in Freshwater fish and Range.
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Assessing river biotic condition at a continental scale: a European approach using functional metrics and fish assemblages
Journal of Applied Ecology (2006)
Development and validation of a fish-based index for the assessment of ‘river health’ in France
Freshwater Biology (2002)
Global scale patterns of fish species richness in rivers
A probabilistic model characterizing fish assemblages of French rivers: a framework for environmental assessment
Freshwater Biology (2001)
Patterns in species richness and endemism of European freshwater fish
Global Ecology and Biogeography (2006)
Partitioning global patterns of freshwater fish beta diversity reveals contrasting signatures of past climate changes
Fabien Leprieur;Fabien Leprieur;Pablo A. Tedesco;Bernard Hugueny;Olivier Beauchard.
Ecology Letters (2011)
Biological trait composition of European stream invertebrate communities: assessing the effects of various trait filter types
Drivers and stressors of freshwater biodiversity patterns across different ecosystems and scales: a review
West African rivers as biogeographic islands: species richness of fish communities.
Morphological correlates of diet in an assemblage of West African freshwater fishes
Journal of Fish Biology (1999)
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