Olivier Honnay
Olivier Honnay
Full Professor @ University of Leuven - Department of Biology
Verified email at kuleuven.be - Homepage
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An ecological comparison between ancient and other forest plant species of Europe, and the implications for forest conservation
M Hermy, O Honnay, L Firbank, C Grashof-Bokdam, JE Lawesson
Biological conservation 91 (1), 9-22, 1999
7951999
Susceptibility of common and rare plant species to the genetic consequences of habitat fragmentation
O Honnay, H Jacquemyn
Conservation Biology 21 (3), 823-831, 2007
4722007
Can the seed bank be used for ecological restoration? An overview of seed bank characteristics in European communities
B Bossuyt, O Honnay
Journal of Vegetation Science 19 (6), 875-884, 2008
3922008
Response of forest plant species to land-use change: a life-history trait-based approach
K Verheyen, O Honnay, G Motzkin, M Hermy, DR Foster
Journal of Ecology, 563-577, 2003
3762003
TRY plant trait database–enhanced coverage and open access
J Kattge, G Bönisch, S Díaz, S Lavorel, IC Prentice, P Leadley, ...
Global change biology 26 (1), 119-188, 2020
3682020
Forest fragmentation effects on patch occupancy and population viability of herbaceous plant species
O Honnay, H Jacquemyn, B Bossuyt, M Hermy
New Phytologist 166 (3), 723-736, 2005
3502005
Effects of area, age and diversity of forest patches in Belgium on plant species richness, and implications for conservation and reforestation
O Honnay, M Hermy, P Coppin
Biological conservation 87 (1), 73-84, 1999
3431999
Forest restoration, biodiversity and ecosystem functioning
R Aerts, O Honnay
BMC ecology 11 (1), 1-10, 2011
3352011
Possible effects of habitat fragmentation and climate change on the range of forest plant species
O Honnay, K Verheyen, J Butaye, H Jacquemyn, B Bossuyt, M Hermy
Ecology Letters 5 (4), 525-530, 2002
3352002
Homogenization of forest plant communities and weakening of species–environment relationships via agricultural land use
M Vellend, K Verheyen, KM Flinn, H Jacquemyn, A Kolb, H Van Calster, ...
Journal of Ecology 95 (3), 565-573, 2007
3342007
Prolonged clonal growth: escape route or route to extinction?
O Honnay, B Bossuyt
Oikos 108 (2), 427-432, 2005
3212005
Permeability of ancient forest edges for weedy plant species invasion
O Honnay, K Verheyen, M Hermy
Forest Ecology and Management 161 (1-3), 109-122, 2002
2882002
Satellite based land use and landscape complexity indices as predictors for regional plant species diversity
O Honnay, K Piessens, W Van Landuyt, M Hermy, H Gulinck
Landscape and urban planning 63 (4), 241-250, 2003
2522003
Impact of habitat quality on forest plant species colonization
O Honnay, M Hermy, P Coppin
Forest ecology and management 115 (2-3), 157-170, 1999
2401999
Meta‐analysis of susceptibility of woody plants to loss of genetic diversity through habitat fragmentation
GUY Vranckx, H Jacquemyn, B Muys, O Honnay
Conservation biology 26 (2), 228-237, 2012
2362012
A global meta-analysis of the biodiversity and ecosystem service benefits of coffee and cacao agroforestry
M De Beenhouwer, R Aerts, O Honnay
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 175, 1-7, 2013
2332013
Ecological perspectives for the restoration of plant communities in European temperate forests
O Honnay, B Bossuyt, K Verheyen, J Butaye, H Jacquemyn, M Hermy
Biodiversity & Conservation 11 (2), 213-242, 2002
2052002
No evidence of a plant extinction debt in highly fragmented calcareous grasslands in Belgium
D Adriaens, O Honnay, M Hermy
Biological conservation 133 (2), 212-224, 2006
2012006
The role of patch area and habitat diversity in explaining native plant species richness in disturbed suburban forest patches in northern Belgium
O Honnay, P Endels, H Vereecken, M Hermy
Diversity and Distributions 5 (4), 129-141, 1999
1781999
Biodiversity and human health: mechanisms and evidence of the positive health effects of diversity in nature and green spaces
R Aerts, O Honnay, A Van Nieuwenhuyse
British medical bulletin 127 (1), 5-22, 2018
1642018
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