I am a postdoctoral researcher at the Center for Environmental and Climate research, where I study the relative benefits of organic farming versus conservation of semi-natural habitats for the conservation of biodiversity at the landscape scale, focussing on pollinator biodiversity and pollination.
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(2020) Journal of Applied Ecology
(2019) Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 116 p.16442-16447
- Bee diversity in crop fields is influenced by remotely-sensed nesting resources in surrounding permanent grasslandsRomain Carrié, Maïlys Lopes, Annie Ouin, Emilie Andrieu
(2018) Ecological Indicators, 90 p.606-614
(2018) Biological Conservation, 227 p.48-55
- Interactive effects of landscape-wide intensity of farming practices and landscape complexity on wild bee diversityRomain Carrié, Emilie Andrieu, Anna Ouin, Ingolf Steffan-Dewenter
(2017) Landscape Ecology, 32 p.1631-1642
- Relationships among ecological traits of wild bee communities along gradients of habitat amount and fragmentationRomain Carrié, Emilie Andrieu, Saul A Cunningham, Pia E. Lentini, Michael Loureau, et al.
(2017) Ecography, 40 p.85-97
(2012) Journal of Insect Conservation, 16 p.635-640