Nicolas Lamouroux mainly focuses on Ecology, Habitat, Community structure, STREAMS and Intraspecific competition. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Rigour and Ecology. The Habitat study combines topics in areas such as Species richness, Wetland and Biogeography.
His research integrates issues of Abundance, Barbel, Global warming, Climate change and Invertebrate in his study of Community structure. The study incorporates disciplines such as Cross-validation, Salmonidae and Brown trout in addition to STREAMS. His Intraspecific competition research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Freshwater fish, Salmo, Environmental factor and Interspecific competition.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecology, Habitat, Hydrology, STREAMS and Abundance. His Ecology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Salmo and Brown trout. His Habitat research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Benthic zone, Hydrology and Environmental resource management.
His Drainage basin, Water resources and Watershed study in the realm of Hydrology interacts with subjects such as Scale. His STREAMS research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Fish habitat, Frequency distribution and Field. The study incorporates disciplines such as Sampling and Negative binomial distribution in addition to Abundance.
Nicolas Lamouroux spends much of his time researching Ecology, Geometry, Water resource management, Habitat and Drainage basin. Ecology and Sampling are frequently intertwined in his study. He has included themes like Channel, Froude number and STREAMS in his Geometry study.
As part of one scientific family, Nicolas Lamouroux deals mainly with the area of Water resource management, narrowing it down to issues related to the Watershed, and often Freshwater ecosystem, Consumptive water use, Ecosystem, Ecohydrology and Benthic zone. Nicolas Lamouroux has researched Habitat in several fields, including Hydrology, Flow velocity and Hydropower. The Drainage basin study combines topics in areas such as Water use, Fluvial and Sediment transport, Bedform.
Nicolas Lamouroux mainly investigates Geometry, Drainage basin, Hydraulics, Sustainability and Upstream. His Geometry research incorporates themes from Channel, Fluvial and Sediment transport, Bedform. Drainage basin is often connected to Froude number in his work.
Nicolas Lamouroux combines subjects such as Adaptive management, Ecosystem services and Process management with his study of Sustainability. Upstream is integrated with Random forest, Regression analysis, Flow and Effective management in his research.
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Long-term changes within the invertebrate and fish communities of the Upper Rhone River: effects of climatic factors
Global Change Biology (2004)
Aquatic plant diversity in riverine wetlands: the role of connectivity
Freshwater Biology (1998)
Biomonitoring of Human Impacts in Freshwater Ecosystems: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Advances in Ecological Research (2011)
INTERCONTINENTAL CONVERGENCE OF STREAM FISH COMMUNITY TRAITS ALONG GEOMORPHIC AND HYDRAULIC GRADIENTS
Large-scale intraspecific variation in life-history traits of European freshwater fish
Journal of Biogeography (2006)
Biological traits of stream macroinvertebrate communities: effects of microhabitat, reach, and basin filters
Journal of The North American Benthological Society (2004)
The influence of hydrological and biotic processes on brown trout (Salmo trutta) population dynamics
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (2002)
Fish habitat preferences in large streams of southern France
Freshwater Biology (1999)
How is success or failure in river restoration projects evaluated? Feedback from French restoration projects.
Journal of Environmental Management (2014)
Predicting community characteristics from habitat conditions: fluvial fish and hydraulics
Freshwater Biology (1999)
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