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Hans Van Dyck
Hans Van Dyck
Professor at Université catholique de Louvain (UCL), Earth and Life Institute, Louvain-la-Neuve
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Systemic insecticides (neonicotinoids and fipronil): trends, uses, mode of action and metabolites
N Simon-Delso, V Amaral-Rogers, LP Belzunces, JM Bonmatin, ...
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 22 (1), 5-34, 2015
11712015
Costs of dispersal
D Bonte, H Van Dyck, JM Bullock, A Coulon, M Delgado, M Gibbs, ...
Biological reviews 87 (2), 290-312, 2012
10682012
Effects of neonicotinoids and fipronil on non-target invertebrates
LW Pisa, V Amaral-Rogers, LP Belzunces, JM Bonmatin, CA Downs, ...
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 22 (1), 68-102, 2015
7462015
Landscape connectivity and animal behavior: functional grain as a key determinant for dispersal
M Baguette, H Van Dyck
Landscape ecology 22 (8), 1117-1129, 2007
6392007
Towards a functional resource-based concept for habitat: a butterfly biology viewpoint
RLH Dennis, TG Shreeve, H Van Dyck
Oikos, 417-426, 2003
4782003
Dispersal behaviour in fragmented landscapes: routine or special movements?
H Van Dyck, M Baguette
Basic and Applied Ecology 6 (6), 535-545, 2005
4192005
Butterfly diversity loss in Flanders (north Belgium): Europe's worst case scenario?
D Maes, H Van Dyck
Biological conservation 99 (3), 263-276, 2001
3652001
Does flight morphology relate to flight performance? An experimental test with the butterfly Pararge aegeria
K Berwaerts, H Van Dyck, P Aerts
Functional ecology, 484-491, 2002
3372002
Conclusions of the Worldwide Integrated Assessment on the risks of neonicotinoids and fipronil to biodiversity and ecosystem functioning
JP Van der Sluijs, V Amaral-Rogers, LP Belzunces, ...
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 22 (1), 148-154, 2015
2752015
Declines in common, widespread butterflies in a landscape under intense human use
H Van Dyck, AJ Van Strien, D Maes, CAM Van Swaay
Conservation Biology 23 (4), 957-965, 2009
2712009
Habitats and resources: the need for a resource-based definition to conserve butterflies
RLH Dennis, TG Shreeve, H Van Dyck
Biodiversity & Conservation 15 (6), 1943-1966, 2006
2482006
Modelling dispersal: an eco‐evolutionary framework incorporating emigration, movement, settlement behaviour and the multiple costs involved
JMJ Travis, K Mustin, KA Bartoń, TG Benton, J Clobert, MM Delgado, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 3 (4), 628-641, 2012
1712012
The cost of melanization: Butterfly wing coloration underenvironmental stress
W Talloen, HV Dyck, L Lens
Evolution 58 (2), 360-366, 2004
1712004
The lost generation hypothesis: could climate change drive ectotherms into a developmental trap?
H Van Dyck, D Bonte, R Puls, K Gotthard, D Maes
Oikos 124 (1), 54-61, 2015
1642015
How is dispersal integrated in life histories: a quantitative analysis using butterflies
VM Stevens, A Trochet, H Van Dyck, J Clobert, M Baguette
Ecology letters 15 (1), 74-86, 2012
1642012
Quantitative analysis of changes in movement behaviour within and outside habitat in a specialist butterfly
N Schtickzelle, A Joiris, H Van Dyck, M Baguette
BMC Evolutionary Biology 7 (1), 1-15, 2007
1502007
Body-size shifts in aquatic and terrestrial urban communities
T Merckx, C Souffreau, A Kaiser, LF Baardsen, T Backeljau, D Bonte, ...
Nature 558 (7708), 113-116, 2018
1492018
Habitat quality and biodiversity indicator performances of a threatened butterfly versus a multispecies group for wet heathlands in Belgium
D Maes, H Van Dyck
Biological conservation 123 (2), 177-187, 2005
1342005
Habitat fragmentation and insect flight: a changing ‘design’in a changing landscape?
H Van Dyck, E Matthysen
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 14 (5), 172-174, 1999
1271999
Transferability of species distribution models: a functional habitat approach for two regionally threatened butterflies
W Vanreusel, D Maes, H Van Dyck
Conservation biology 21 (1), 201-212, 2007
1252007
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