Number of documents

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Céline Clauzel - Associate professor in Geography


Céline Clauzel is assistant professor in Geography at the Paris Diderot University and LADYSS since 2015 (2009 to 2015 : ThéMA laboratory, Franche-Comté University). Her research is focused on human-environment interactions and biodiversity conservation, including the impact assessment of human activities on ecological networks.


2016   

Journal articles3 documents

Book sections1 document

  • Céline Clauzel, Jurie Violaine, Ronan Ysebaert. Étude de cas : l’anticartogramme, un exemple pour représenter les marges du numérique. Etienne Grésillon; Frédéric Alexandre; Bertrand Sajaloli. la France des marges, Armand Colin, pp.66-70, 2016. ⟨halshs-01374894⟩

Conference papers3 documents

  • Xavier Girardet, Céline Clauzel, Li Li, Jean-Christophe Foltête. Graphab: A software dedicated to the modelling of landscape networks. Research and methods in ecohealth and conservation, GDRI Ecosystem Health and Environmental Disease Ecology, Nov 2016, Kunming, China. ⟨hal-01367364⟩
  • Li Li, Gongsheng Wu, Céline Clauzel, Yongchen Long, Patrick Giraudoux. Habitat fragmentation and conservation of the Black and White Snub-nosed Monkey in Yunnan. Research and methods in ecohealth and conservation, GDRI Ecosystem Health and Environmental Disease Ecology, Nov 2016, Kunming, China. ⟨hal-01367899⟩
  • Xavier Girardet, Céline Clauzel, Jean-Christophe Foltête. Influence of the regional landscape connectivity on the location of roe deer roadkill hotspots. IENE 2016 International Conference on Ecology and Transportation, Aug 2016, Lyon, France. ⟨hal-01369547⟩

Other publications1 document

  • Céline Clauzel, Valentine Vega. Le syncrétisme à Xochimilco : entre cosmogonie indigène et religion catholique. 2016, http://geoconfluences.ens-lyon.fr/informations-scientifiques/dossiers-thematiques/fait-religieux-et-construction-de-l-espace/corpus-documentaire/syncretisme-xochimilco. ⟨halshs-01758269⟩