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Isidore Gnonlonfoun

Isidore Gnonlonfoun
Laboratory of Biomathematics and Forest Estimations and Laboratory of Applied Ecology, Faculty of Agronomic Sciences, University of Abomey-Calavi, Benin · Environment management, Nature conservation

PhD: Wildlife Conservation and Biostatistics: Ecology, Evolutionary Biology and Biostatistics

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Introduction
Isidore Gnonlonfoun currently works at the Environment management school, Laboratory of Biomathematics and Forest Estimations and Laboratory of Applied Ecology, Faculty of Agronomic Sciences, University of Abomey-Calavi, Benin. Isidore does research in Forestry, Agroforestry, Climate change and Agriculture, Ecosystem services and Relation Animals-plants. Their most recent publications are 'Perceived Effects of Elephants (Loxodonta africana Cuvier) Presence and Impacts on Ecosystem Services Supply in the Pendjari Biosphere Reserve, West Africa' and 'New indicators of vulnerability and resilience of agroforestry systems to climate change in West Africa'.

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Information on how biotic factors influence delivery of ecosystem services (ES) in natural systems is important for holistic landscape management. In this study, we assessed the perceived effects of elephants’ presence on ES supply in the Pendjari Biosphere Reserve in West Africa. A total of 112 respondents, including riparian communities and reser...
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Climate change threatens ecosystems, including traditional agroforestry parklands. Assessing the level of vulnerability and resilience of any ecosystem to climate change is important for designing sustainable adaptation strategies and measures. We assessed farmers’ perceptions of the vulnerability of agroforestry systems to climate change in Benin....
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The Ouémé catchment abounds an important diversity of woody plant species. However, harvesting pressure on these species seems to lead to threats of their sustainability. Despite this fact, few published studies concerning their conservation have been undertaken. In this regard, our study focused on (1) assessment of impact of socio-demographic fac...
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This study assessed the combined effect of the size and shape of inventory plots on the analysis of the density and diameter structure of saplings and juvenile trees. Thirty square plots of 400 m² were randomly laid out and each one was divided into 400 quadrats of 1 m². Stem number of recruits was recorded for all tree species and their diameter a...

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