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Des super-Terres accueillantes = Welcoming super-EarthsSASSELOV, Dimitar; VALENCIA, Dian.Pour la science (Imprimé). 2010, Num 396, pp 50-57, issn 0153-4092, 8 p.Article

Accounting for regional niche variation in habitat suitability modelsMURPHY, Helen T; LOVETT-DOUST, Jon.Oikos. 2007, Vol 116, Num 1, pp 99-110, issn 0030-1299, 12 p.Article

Paraterraforming: the worldhouse conceptTAYLOR, R. L. S.JBIS. Journal of the British Interplanetary Society. 1992, Vol 45, Num 8, pp 341-352, issn 0007-084XArticle

Bilby distribution and fire : a test of alternative models of habitat suitability in the Tanami Desert, AustraliaSOUTHGATE, Richard; PALTRIDGE, Rachel; MASTERS, Pip et al.Ecography (Copenhagen). 2007, Vol 30, Num 6, pp 759-776, issn 0906-7590, 18 p.Article

New worlds on the horizon : Earth-sized planets close to other starsGAIDOS, Eric; HAGHIGHIPOUR, Nader; AGOL, Eric et al.Science (Washington, D.C.). 2007, Vol 318, Num 5848, pp 210-213, issn 0036-8075, 4 p.Article

A method for simulating patterns of habitat availability at static and dynamic range marginsTRAVIS, J. M. J; DYTHAM, C.Oikos. 2004, Vol 104, Num 2, pp 410-416, issn 0030-1299, 7 p.Article

TRANSFERABILITY OF HYDRAULIC PREFERENCE MODELS FOR AQUATIC MACROINVERTEBRATESLAMOUROUX, N; MERIGOUX, S; DOLEDEC, S et al.River research and applications (Print). 2013, Vol 29, Num 7, pp 933-937, issn 1535-1459, 5 p.Article

Identification of suitable unoccupied habitats in metapopulation studies using co-occurrence of speciesMÜNZBERGOVA, Zuzana; HERBEN, Tomas.Oikos. 2004, Vol 105, Num 2, pp 408-414, issn 0030-1299, 7 p.Article

Two statistical methods to validate habitat suitability models using presence-only dataOTTAVIANI, Daniela; LASINIO, Giovanna Jona; BOITANI, Luigi et al.Ecological modelling. 2004, Vol 179, Num 4, pp 417-443, issn 0304-3800, 27 p.Article

Determination of habitable zones in extrasolar planetary systems: Where are Gaia's sisters?FRANCK, S; VON BLOH, W; BOUNAMA, C et al.Journal of geophysical research. 2000, Vol 105, Num E1, pp 1651-1658, issn 0148-0227Article

Amadeus: un sistemo esperto per la valutazione d'urgenza della cigibilità degli edifici dopo un tenemoto = Amadeus: un système expert pour l'évaluation en état d'urgence de l'habitabilité d'un immeuble après séisme = Amadeus: an expert system for the emergency evaluation of the habitability of buildings after an earthquakeGAVARINI, C; PAGNONI, T; TAZIR, H et al.L'Industria italiana del cemento. 1989, Num 629, pp 58-62, issn 0019-7637, 5 p.Article

The interaction between propagule pressure, habitat suitability and density-dependent reproduction in species invasionWARREN, Robert J; BAHN, Volker; BRADFORD, Mark A et al.Oikos. 2012, Vol 121, Num 6, pp 874-881, issn 0030-1299, 8 p.Article

Testing Gaia: The effect of life on earth's habitability and regulation : Special theme: The Gaia HypothesisLENTON, Timothy M.Climatic change. 2002, Vol 52, Num 4, pp 409-422, issn 0165-0009Article

Suivi de processus de conception expérimentale. Analyse de la conception architecturale à l'œuvre dans des expériences de collaboration entre des habitants et des architectes = Follow-up of experimental design processes. Analysis of architectural design in experiments of cooperation between home dwellers and architectsCONAN, M; PERIANEZ, M.1986, 233 p.Report

Univariate functions versus fuzzy logic: Implications for fish habitat modelingBOAVIDA, Isabel; DIAS, Veronica; FERREIRA, Maria Teresa et al.Ecological engineering. 2014, Vol 71, pp 533-538, issn 0925-8574, 6 p.Article

Habitabilité et support de vie biologiqueGAZENKO, O. G; GRIGORIEV, A. I; MELESHKO, G. I et al.Kosmičeskaâ biologiâ i aviakosmičeskaâ medicina. 1990, Vol 24, Num 3, pp 12-17, issn 0321-5040Article

Optimizing spatial habitat suitability and timber revenue in long-term forest planningÖHMAN, Karin; EDENIUS, Lars; MIKUSINSKI, Grzegorz et al.Canadian journal of forest research (Print). 2011, Vol 41, Num 3, pp 543-551, issn 0045-5067, 9 p.Article

Side channel mapping and fish habitat suitability analysis using lldar topography and orthophotographyJONES, Joseph L.Photogrammetric engineering and remote sensing. 2006, Vol 72, Num 11, pp 1202-1206, issn 0099-1112, 5 p.Article

How common are habitable planets?LISSAUER, J. J.Nature (London). 1999, Vol 402, Num 6761, pp C11-C14, issn 0028-0836, SUPArticle

Demographic consequences for a threatened plant after the loss of its only disperser. Habitat suitability buffers limited seed dispersalRODRIGUEZ-PEREZ, J; TRAVESET, A.Oikos. 2012, Vol 121, Num 6, pp 835-847, issn 0030-1299, 13 p.Article

The Pan European Ecological Network: PEENJONGMAN, Rob H. G; BOUWMA, Irene M; GRIFFIOEN, Arjan et al.Landscape ecology. 2011, Vol 26, Num 3, pp 311-326, issn 0921-2973, 16 p.Article

Subjective uncertainties in habitat suitability mapsRAY, Nicolas; BURGMAN, Mark A.Ecological modelling. 2006, Vol 195, Num 3-4, pp 172-186, issn 0304-3800, 15 p.Article

Future steps in the exploration of the Solar SystemCORADINI, M.Journal de physique. IV. 2006, Vol 139, pp 21-35, issn 1155-4339, 15 p.Conference Paper

The Galactic habitable zone and the age distribution of complex life in the Milky WayLINEWEAVER, Charles H; FENNER, Yeshe; GIBSON, Brad K et al.Science (Washington, D.C.). 2004, Vol 303, Num 5654, pp 59-62, issn 0036-8075, 4 p.Article

Modeling habitat suitability for complex species distributions by environmental-distance geometric meanHIRZEL, Alexandre H; ARLETTAZ, Raphaël.Environmental management (New York, NY). 2003, Vol 32, Num 5, pp 614-623, issn 0364-152X, 10 p.Article

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