Lise Maciejewski

Lise Maciejewski
Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle · Direction de l'expertise : UMS PatriNat (OFB - CNRS - MNHN)

PhD Ecology

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September 2010 - January 2016
Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle
Position
  • Project Manager
January 2010 - January 2016
Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle
Position
  • Project Manager

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Publications (11)
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The monitoring of environmental policies in Europe has taken place since the 1980s and still remains a challenge for decision- and policy-making. For forests, it is concretized through the publication of a State Of Europe's Forests every five years, the last report just been released. However, the process lacks a clear analytical framework and appe...
Thesis
En 1992 en Europe, grâce à la Directive Habitats-Faune-Flore, les habitats naturels sont devenus des objets à conserver au même titre que les espèces, élargissant ainsi le domaine d’actions des politiques publiques à un autre niveau d’organisation de la biodiversité. Mais la reconnaissance tardive de leur valeur de conservation, ainsi que des lacun...
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Aim The EUNIS Habitat Classification is a widely used reference framework for European habitat types (habitats), but it lacks formal definitions of individual habitats that would enable their unequivocal identification. Our goal was to develop a tool for assigning vegetation‐plot records to the habitats of the EUNIS system, use it to classify a Eur...
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Natura 2000 is a European network of sites dedicated to the conservation of vulnerable habitats. The definitions of Natura 2000 habitats are mainly based on plant communities. We investigated if the increase of the dominance of warm-adapted species observed in plant communities, described as thermophilization, had already led to measurable changes...
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Aims Assigning vegetation plots to vegetation units is a key step in biodiversity management projects. Nevertheless, the process of plot assignment to types is usually non‐standardized, and assignment consistency remains poorly explored. To date, the efficiency of automatic classification programs has been assessed by comparing them with a unique e...
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La typologie EUNIS (European Nature Information System) est une classification des habitats naturels, semi-naturels et anthropiques des secteurs terrestres et marins d’Europe qui a été élaborée à partir de classifications préexistantes. Cette typologie est utilisable sur tout le territoire français métropolitain et sur tous types de milieux. La tr...
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Habitat conservation status: proposals of definitions and concepts for its assessment at a Natura 2000 site level. Assessing the conservation status of habitats is now a key part in the management plan of protected areas. The transposal of the Habitats-Fauna-Flora directive (92/43/CEE) (Habitats directive) in French law provides a regulatory frame...
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Most of beech forests are considered as natural habitat types of interest in the European Union (EU) and are included in the Natura 2000 network, one of the key tools of biodiversity conservation in Europe. One of the main goal of this pan-european ecological network is to restore or maintain in a ‘favourable’ conservation status habitats of commun...
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Most of beech forests are considered as natural ha- bitat types of interest in the European Union (EU) and are included in the Natura 2000 network, one of the key tools of biodiversity conservation in Eu- rope. One of the main goal of this pan-european ecological network is to restore or maintain in a ‘favourable’ conservation status habitats o...

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Modelling the distribution range of forest habitat type in France. Modelling the Relative Abundance Distribution of forest vegetation. Defining forest typical species under Habitat Directive EC - 92/43