Charles Henri Marie Flahault (October 3, 1852 – February 3, 1935) was a French botanist, among the early pioneers of phytogeography, phytosociology, and forest ecology. The word relevé for a plant community sample is his invention.
Gaston Eugène Marie Bonnier (April 9, 1853 in Paris – January 2, 1922) was a French botanist and plant ecologist. Bonnier first studied at École Normale Supérieure in Paris from 1873 to 1876. Together with Charles Flahault, he studied at Uppsala University in 1878. They published two articles about their impressions:
Marcel-Henri Gaussen (14 July 1891 in Cabrières-d'Aigues (Vaucluse) - 27 July 1981 in Toulouse), was a French botanist and biogeographer.
Robert Dun, whose real name is Maurice Martin (1920 - 8 March 2002) was a French self-taught writer, supporter of european nationalism and neo-paganism.
Thierry Lodé is a French biologist, born in Tarbes in 1956. He is a professor of evolutionary ecology in the CNRS Units ETHOS (Ethology, Evolution, Ecology, University of Rennes 1, France). As vice president of council for natural and biodiversity preservation, Lodé contributes in conservation biology, chiefly carnivores (otters, polecat, mink) and aquatic fauna (beaver, amphibians).
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