Boris Leroy
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High and rising economic costs of biological invasions worldwide
C Diagne, B Leroy, AC Vaissière, RE Gozlan, D Roiz, I Jarić, JM Salles, ...
Nature 592 (7855), 571-576, 2021
Massive yet grossly underestimated global costs of invasive insects
CJA Bradshaw, B Leroy, C Bellard, D Roiz, C Albert, A Fournier, ...
Nature communications 7 (1), 12986, 2016
Will climate change promote future invasions?
C Bellard, W Thuiller, B Leroy, P Genovesi, M Bakkenes, F Courchamp
Global change biology 19 (12), 3740-3748, 2013
Vulnerability of biodiversity hotspots to global change
C Bellard, C Leclerc, B Leroy, M Bakkenes, S Veloz, W Thuiller, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 23 (12), 1376-1386, 2014
Without quality presence–absence data, discrimination metrics such as TSS can be misleading measures of model performance
B Leroy, R Delsol, B Hugueny, CN Meynard, C Barhoumi, ...
Journal of Biogeography 45 (9), 1994-2002, 2018
Global economic costs of aquatic invasive alien species
RN Cuthbert, Z Pattison, NG Taylor, L Verbrugge, C Diagne, DA Ahmed, ...
Science of the total environment 775, 145238, 2021
virtualspecies, an R package to generate virtual species distributions
B Leroy, CN Meynard, C Bellard, F Courchamp
Ecography 39 (6), 599-607, 2016
InvaCost, a public database of the economic costs of biological invasions worldwide
C Diagne, B Leroy, RE Gozlan, AC Vaissière, C Assailly, L Nuninger, ...
Scientific data 7 (1), 277, 2020
Economic costs of invasive alien species across Europe
PJ Haubrock, AJ Turbelin, RN Cuthbert, A Novoa, NG Taylor, E Angulo, ...
NeoBiota 67, 153-190, 2021
Insights from modeling studies on how climate change affects invasive alien species geography
C Bellard, JM Jeschke, B Leroy, GM Mace
Ecology and evolution 8 (11), 5688-5700, 2018
Major drivers of invasion risks throughout the world
C Bellard, B Leroy, W Thuiller, JF Rysman, F Courchamp
Ecosphere 7 (3), e01241, 2016
A global picture of biological invasion threat on islands
C Bellard, JF Rysman, B Leroy, C Claud, GM Mace
Nature Ecology & Evolution 1 (12), 1862-1869, 2017
Present and future distribution of three aquatic plants taxa across the world: decrease in native and increase in invasive ranges
M Gillard, G Thiébaut, C Deleu, B Leroy
Biological Invasions 19, 2159-2170, 2017
Managing biological invasions: the cost of inaction
DA Ahmed, EJ Hudgins, RN Cuthbert, M Kourantidou, C Diagne, ...
Biological Invasions 24 (7), 1927-1946, 2022
Global biogeographical regions of freshwater fish species
B Leroy, MS Dias, E Giraud, B Hugueny, C Jézéquel, F Leprieur, ...
Journal of biogeography 46 (11), 2407-2419, 2019
Detailed assessment of the reported economic costs of invasive species in Australia
CJA Bradshaw, AJ Hoskins, PJ Haubrock, RN Cuthbert, C Diagne, ...
NeoBiota 67, 511-550, 2021
Economic costs of biological invasions within North America
R Crystal-Ornelas, EJ Hudgins, RN Cuthbert, PJ Haubrock, ...
NeoBiota 67, 485-510, 2021
Analysing global economic costs of invasive alien species with the invacost R package
B Leroy, AM Kramer, AC Vaissière, F Courchamp, C Diagne
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 13 (9), 1930-1937, 2022
Twenty years of observed and predicted changes in subtidal red seaweed assemblages along a biogeographical transition zone: inferring potential causes from environmental data
RK Gallon, M Robuchon, B Leroy, L Le Gall, M Valero, E Feunteun
Journal of biogeography 41 (12), 2293-2306, 2014
Forecasted climate and land use changes, and protected areas: the contrasting case of spiders
B Leroy, C Bellard, N Dubos, A Colliot, M Vasseur, C Courtial, ...
Diversity and Distributions 20 (6), 686-697, 2014
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