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  • Elvire Bestion, Staffan Jacob, Lucie Zinger, Lucie Di Gesu, Murielle Richard, Joël White and Julien Cote. Climate warming reduces gut microbiota diversity in a vertebrate ectotherm,, Nature Ecology & Evolution, 8 mai 2017. DOI : 10.1038/s41559-017-0161
  • Charru M., Seynave I., Hervé J-C., Bertrand R. and Bontemps J-D. (2017) — Recent growth changes in Western European forests are driven by climate warming and structured across tree species climatic habitats. Annals of Forest Science 74, 1-34. Online
  • Michel Baguette, Radika Michniewicz & Virginie M. Stevens. From genes to metapopulations. Nature Ecology & Evolution 1, 0130 (2017). DOI:10.1038/s41559-017-0130.
  • Legrand A, Frondas A, Aubret F, Corre A, Flamant C, Simon L, Desrobert C, Rozé JC. 2017 Efficiency and safety assessment of early cobedding in preterm twins : NEOCOB Randomized Controlled Trial. Acta Paediatrica
  • Tredennick A.T., de Mazancourt C., Loreau M. and Adler P.B. (2017) — Environmental responses, not species interactions, determine synchrony of dominant species in semiarid grasslands. Ecology, 98(4), 2017, pp. 971–981.
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  • Lafuite A.-S. and Loreau M. (2017) — Time-delayed biodiversity feedbacks and the sustainability of social-ecological systems. Ecological Modelling.
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  • Haddad N.M., Holt R.D., Fletcher R. J., Loreau M. and Clobert J. (2017) — Connecting models, data, and concepts to understand fragmentation’s ecosystem-wide effects. Ecography 40 : 1–8, 2017.
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  • Carrié R., Andrieu E., Cunningham S.A., Lentini P.E., Loreau M. and Ouin A. (2017) — Relationships among ecological traits of wild bee communities along gradients of habitat amount and fragmentation. Ecography 40 : 85–97, 2017.
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  • Meli P., Holl K.D., Rey-Benayas J.M., Jones H.J., Jones P.C., Montoya D., Moreno-Mateos D. (2017) — A global review of past land use, climate, and active vs. passive restoration effects on forest recovery. PLoS One 12(2) : e0171368.
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  • Riofrío-Dillon G., Gegout J.-C. and Bertrand R. (2017) — Decreasing before increasing : Evolution of nitrogen availability conditions in French forest ecosystems over the last century according to forest herbs. bioRxiv.
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  • Moreno-Mateos D., Barbier E.B., Jones P.C., Jones H.P., Aronson J., López-López J.A., McCrackin M.L., Meli P., Montoya D. and Rey-Benayas J.M. (2017) — Anthropogenic ecosystem disturbance and the recovery debt. Nature Communications 8:14163.
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  • Leroux S.J., Albert C.H., Lafuite A-S., Rayfield B., Wang S., Gravel D. (2017) — Structural uncertainty in models projecting the consequences of habitat loss and fragmentation on biodiversity. Ecography 40(1):36-47.
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  • Brose U., Blanchard J. L., Eklöf A., Galiana N., Rayfield B., Hartvig M.R., Hirt M., Kalinkat G., Nordström M.C., O’Gorman E.J., Rall B.C., Schneider F.D., Thébault E. and Jacob U. (2016) — Predicting the consequences of species loss using size-structured biodiversity approaches. Biol Rev.
  • Turnbull L.A., Isbell F., Purves D.W., Loreau M. and Hector A. (2016) — Understanding the value of plant diversity for ecosystem functioning through niche theory. Proceedings of the Royal Society B.
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  • Wallach A.D., Dekker A.H., Lurgi M., Montoya J.M., Fordham D.A. and Ritchie E.G. (2016) — Trophic cascades in 3D : network analysis reveals how apex predators structure ecosystems. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. on line
  • Souchet, J & F. Aubret (2016) Revisiting the fear of snakes in children : the role of aposematic signalling. Scientific Reports 6, Article number : 37619, doi:10.1038/srep37619
  • Haegeman B., Arnoldi J-F., Wang S., de Mazancourt C., Montoya J.M. and Loreau M. (2016) — Resilience, Invariability, and Ecological Stability across Levels of Organization. bioRxiv.
  • Yuan Z., Wang S., Gazol A., Mellard J., Lin F., Ye J., Hao Z., Wang X. and Loreau M. (2016) — Multiple metrics of diversity have different effects on temperate forest functioning over succession. Oecologia 182:1175–1185.
  • Filser J., Faber J.H., Tiunov A.V., Brussaard L., Frouz J., De Deyn G., Uvarov A.V., Berg M.P., Lavelle P., Loreau M., Wall D.H., Querner P., Eijsackers H. and Jiménez J.J. (2016) — Soil fauna : key to new carbon models. SOIL, 2, 565-582.
  • Legrand D., Larranaga N., Bertrand R., Ducatez S., Calvez O., Stevens V. and Baguette M. (2016) — Evolution of a butterfly dispersal syndrome. Proceedings of the Royal Society B - 283 : 20161533.
  • Arnoldi J.-F. and Haegeman B. (2016) — Unifying dynamical and structural stability of equilibria. Proceedings of the Royal Society A - 472 : 20150874.
  • Gonzalez A., Cardinale B.J., Allington G.R.H., Byrnes J., Endsley A., Brown D.G., Hooper D.U., Isbell F., O’Connor M.I. and Loreau M. (2016) — Estimating local biodiversity change : a critique of papers claiming no net loss of local diversity. Ecology, 97(8), 2016, pp. 1949–1960.
  • R. Bertrand, G. Riofrıo-Dillon, J.n Lenoir, J. Drapier, P. de Ruffray, J.-C. Gégout & M. Loreau (2016) Ecological constraints increase the climatic debt in forests. NATURE COMMUNICATIONS | DOI : 10.1038/ncomms12643
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  • SN. Michaelides, G M. While, N Zajac, F Aubret, B Calsbeek, R Sacchi, M A.L. Zuffi, T Uller 2016. Loss of genetic diversity and increased embryonic mortality in non-native lizard populations. Molecular Ecology 2016 Jul 9. doi : 10.1111/mec.13755. [Epub ahead of print]
  • T. Thomas et al (2016) Diversity, structure and convergent evolution of the global sponge microbiome. NATURE COMMUNICATIONS | 7:11870 | DOI : 10.1038/ncomms11870 |www.nature.com/naturecommuni....
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  • D. Craven, M. Loreau etc (2016) — Plant diversity effects on grassland productivity are robust to both nutrient enrichment and drought. Philosophical Transactions Royal Society.
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  • Philippe J. R. Kok, Valerio G. Russo, Sebastian Ratz, and Fabien Aubret (2016). On the distribution and conservation of two “Lost World” tepui summit endemic frogs, Stefania ginesi Rivero, 1968 and S. satelles Señaris, Ayarzagüena, and Gorzula, 1997. Amphibian & Reptile Conservation 10(1) [Special Section] : 5–12 (e115).
  • S. Wang & M. Loreau (2016) — Biodiversity and ecosystem stability across scales in metacommunities. Ecology Letters (2016), [doi : 10.1111/ele.12582]
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  • Y. Zhang, M. Loreau, (2016) — Nitrogen enrichment weakens ecosystem stability through decreased species asynchrony and population stability in a temperate grassland. Global Change Biology (2016) 22, 1445–1455, [doi : 10.1111/gcb.13140]
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  • Aubret F, Blanvillain G, Bignon F. & Kok PJR (2016). Heartbeat, embryo communication and hatching synchrony in snake eggs. Scientific reports, in press.
  • Maze-Guilmo E., Blanchet S., McCoy K.D. G.Loot 2015 Host dispersal as the driver of parasite genetic structure : a paradigm lost ? Ecology Letters, (2016) doi : 10.1111/ele.12564
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  • Kok, P. J. R., S. Ratz, M. Tegelaar, F. Aubret & D. B. Means 2015 Out of taxonomic limbo : a name for the species of Tepuihyla (Anura : Hylidae) from the Chimantá Massif, Pantepui region, northern South America. SALAMANDRA 51(4) : 283-314.
  • Michel Baguette et al. 2015. An Individual-Centered Framework For Unravelling Genotype-Phenotype Interactions. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. Available online 29 October 2015 doi:10.1016/j.tree.2015.10.003
  • Forrest Isbell et al. 2015. Biodiversity increases the resistance of ecosystem productivity to climate extremes, Nature doi:10.1038/nature15374 Published online 14 October 2015
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  • Ian Hatton et al. 2015. The predator-prey power law : Biomass scaling across terrestrial and aquatic biomes. Sciences, 4 September , Vol. 349 no. 6252 DOI : 10.1126/science.aac6284
  • Elvire Bestion et al 2015. Dispersal response to climate change : scaling down to intraspecific variation, Ecology Letters doi : 10.1111/ele.12502
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  • Christian Mougin et al. 2015 A coordinated set of ecosystem research platforms open to international research in ecotoxicology, AnaEE-France.Research And Education Highlights, Environmental Science and Pollution Research, First online : 29 August 2015
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  • Aubret F, Tort M & Sarraude T. 2015. Evolution of alternative foraging tactics driven by water temperature and physiological constraints in an amphibious snake. The Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 115(2):411–422.
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