Ecology and Evolution of Interaction Networks "EERI" Team - iEES Paris

In the context of current large pressures exerted by human populations on natural communities, ecological sciences often cannot provide adequate predictions or management decisions. One reason is the intrinsic complexity of ecosystems.

The EERI team tries to handle a part of this complexity by focusing on the structure, functioning and evolution of ecological networks. Such network aspects are often restricted to trophic interactions (ie, food webs), with decades of research on food webs providing important insights regarding community ecology.

The EERI team participates to this global effort to understand food webs, but also tries to go beyond traditional food web approaches. First by favoring research questions that are at the interface of different sub-disciplines of ecology (community ecology, functional ecology, evolutionary ecology).

Also, most of the research topics involve simultaneously theoretical and experimental developments.

The works of the team are organized along four main axes :

Accounting for the diversity of interaction types within ecological communities
Recently, several synthesis have underlined our need to account for several interaction types (eg, trophic and mutualistic) simultaneously, and particularly to account for non-trophic interactions in food webs. Such a diversity of interactions likely affects the structure, stability and functioning of natural communities and their ability to provide key ecosystem services.
The EERI team is particularly well suited to handle this type of questions, as researchers handle different interaction types in their works (food webs, herbivory, plant-mycorrhizae, parasitism, pollination, ecosystem engineering).
 
While continuing their work on these different interactions, current works of the team also try to handle two important questions :
 
  1. What are the direct and indirect effects of a given type of interaction on an interaction of another type ?
  2. What are the consequences of disturbances on complex systems that consist of several interaction types ?
 
Studying the relationship between network structure and ecosystem functioning

In general, the projects of the team on this topic are also linked to the previous axis (mixing different interaction types). We are particularly interested in how the structure of ecological networks affects:

  1. the transfer of matter or energy fluxes or nutrient cycles in the ecosystem ;
  2. the stability of ecological communities and ecosystems.

Initially, such debates at the interface of community and functional ecology have focused on the relationship between diversity within a guild and functional processes at ecosystem scale. Since, our research has extended to account for various interaction types, at larger scales (eg, structure of trophic networks, or mutualistic interaction webs).

Works on this topic within the team include various guilds and trophic groups within ecosystems and rely on experimental and theoretical approaches.

 

Eco-evolutionary dynamics within interaction networks

The dynamics of interaction networks are most often restricted to variations in ecological emergent properties (eg, variations in the abundances of species), leaving out the evolutionary dynamics (eg, variations in the phenotypes within the network).

Such approaches therefore ignore or simplify the variability that exists among individuals of a given species, though such intraspecific variabilities may have large consequences for the dynamics and functioning of ecosystems.

The team tries to handle this variability for various sets of phenotypic traits, including variations in life-history traits, body sizes, predation behaviors and defense strategies.

The team also tries to disentangle how variations in phenotypes can be explained or linked to phenotypic plasticity, evolution under a certain disturbance regime, or due to the coevolution among species of the network.

To achieve this goal, the team develops theoretical models (based on adaptive dynamics or quantitative genetics), empirical analysis of trait variations in ecological datasets and phylogenetic signals in ecological communities.

Selection experiments are also undertaken.

 

Effect of spatial or organisational scales
Because works of the team aim at understanding the structure of networks, we have to account for how such structures depend on the scales.
 
This theme is actually making a link between the three previous ones. It consists in starting with mechanisms happening at small scales (or, among individuals, within a locality) to let emerge dynamics at larger scales (eg, within metacommunities).
It also explicitly considers spatial components of ecological dynamics that have profound implications for both ecological and evolutionary dynamics.
 
While community dynamics remain the focus of our research, our understanding often relies on interactions happening at smaller scales and how such interactions constrain emergent properties in a bottom-up fashion.
To give two instances, we work on how interactions among individuals may help to understand variations in functional responses used to model trophic networks.
 
We also work on the links that exist between the amount of dispersal existing within a metacommunity and the structures of local networks observed in the various locations that make such metacommunities.
 

Team publications

Only applies to publications from 2017 to present. To see all the publications go to the Publications page.

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Goulnik J,, Plantureux S..; Dajoz I.*. & Michelot-Antalik, A (2021) Using Matching Traits to Study the Impacts of Land-Use Intensification on Plant–Pollinator Interactions in European Grasslands: A Review. Insects 2021,12(8), 680; 
10.3390/insects12080680
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​Mbé, B., Monga, O., Pot, V., Otten, W., Hecht, F., Raynaud, X.*, Nunan, N.*, Chenu, C., Baveye, P.C., & Garnier, P. 2021. Scenario modelling of carbon mineralization in3D soil architecture at the microscale: Toward an accessibility coefficient of organic matter for bacteria. European Journal of Soil Science. 10.1111/ejss.13144European Journal of Soil ScienceBioDISDCFE ; EERIDCFE ; EMSDCFE
Harvey E., Marleau J., Gounand I.*,Leroux S., Firkowski C.R., Altermatt F., Blanchet F.G., Cazelles K., Chu C., D’Aloia C., Donelle L., Gravel D., Guichard F., McCann K., Ruppert J., Ward C., Fortin M.-J. (2021)  A general meta-ecosystem model to predict ecosystem function at landscape extents. Authorea Preprints. DOI: 10.22541/au.162799968.80128369/v1. 10.22541/au.162799968.80128369/v1Authorea PreprintsEERIDCFE
Edeline, E & Loeuille, N* (2021) Size-dependent eco-evolutionary feedback loops in exploited ecosystems. Recommended by PCI Ecology, accepted in Oikos 10.1111/oik.08592
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​Helen RP Phillips, Elizabeth M Bach, Marie LC Bartz, Joanne M Bennett, Rémy Beugnon, Maria JI Briones, George G Brown, Olga Ferlian, Konstantin B Gongalsky, Carlos A Guerra, Birgitta König-Ries, Julia J Krebs, Alberto Orgiazzi, Kelly S Ramirez, David J Russell, Benjamin Schwarz, Diana H Wall, Ulrich Brose, Thibaud Decaëns, Patrick Lavelle, Michel Loreau, Jérôme Mathieu*, Christian Mulder, Wim H van der Putten, Matthias C Rillig, Madhav P Thakur, Franciska T de Vries, David A Wardle, Christian Ammer, Sabine Ammer, Miwa Arai, Fredrick O Ayuke, Geoff H Baker, Dilmar Baretta, Dietmar Barkusky, Robin Beauséjour, Jose C Bedano, Klaus Birkhofer, Eric Blanchart, Bernd Blossey, Thomas Bolger, Robert L Bradley, Michel Brossard, James C Burtis, Yvan Capowiez, Timothy R Cavagnaro, Amy Choi, Julia Clause, Daniel Cluzeau, Anja Coors, Felicity V Crotty, Jasmine M Crumsey, Andrea Dávalos, Darío J Díaz Cosín, Annise M Dobson, Anahí Domínguez, Andrés Esteban Duhour, Nick van Eekeren, Christoph Emmerling, Liliana B Falco, Rosa Fernández, Steven J Fonte, Carlos Fragoso, André LC Franco, Abegail Fusilero, Anna P Geraskina, Shaieste Gholami, Grizelle González, Michael J Gundale, Mónica Gutiérrez López, Branimir K Hackenberger, Davorka K Hackenberger, Luis M Hernández, Jeff R Hirth, Takuo Hishi, Andrew R Holdsworth, Martin Holmstrup, Kristine N Hopfensperger, Esperanza Huerta Lwanga, Veikko Huhta, Tunsisa T Hurisso, Basil V Iannone, Madalina Iordache, Ulrich Irmler, Mari Ivask, Juan B Jesús, Jodi L Johnson-Maynard, Monika Joschko, Nobuhiro Kaneko, Radoslava Kanianska, Aidan M Keith, Maria L Kernecker, Armand W Koné, Yahya Kooch, Sanna T Kukkonen, H Lalthanzara, Daniel R Lammel, Iurii M Lebedev, Edith Le Cadre, Noa K Lincoln, Danilo López-Hernández, Scott R Loss, Raphael Marichal, Radim Matula, Yukio Minamiya, Jan Hendrik Moos, Gerardo Moreno, Alejandro Morón-Ríos, Hasegawa Motohiro, Bart Muys, Johan Neirynck, Lindsey Norgrove, Marta Novo, Visa Nuutinen, Victoria Nuzzo, P Mujeeb Rahman, Johan Pansu, Shishir Paudel, Guénola Pérès, Lorenzo Pérez-Camacho, Jean-François Ponge, Jörg Prietzel, Irina B Rapoport, Muhammad Imtiaz Rashid, Salvador Rebollo, Miguel Á Rodríguez, Alexander M Roth, Guillaume X Rousseau, Anna Rozen, Ehsan Sayad, Loes van Schaik, Bryant Scharenbroch, Michael Schirrmann, Olaf Schmidt, Boris Schröder, Julia Seeber, Maxim P Shashkov, Jaswinder Singh, Sandy M Smith, Michael Steinwandter, Katalin Szlavecz, José Antonio Talavera, Dolores Trigo, Jiro Tsukamoto, Sheila Uribe-López, Anne W de Valença, Iñigo Virto, Adrian A Wackett, Matthew W Warren, Emily R Webster, Global data on earthworm abundance, biomass, diversity and corresponding environmental properties, Scientific Data, 8, 10.1038/s41597-021-00912-z
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Quévreux, P.~, S. Barot*, and S. Thébault*. 2021. Interplay between the paradox of enrichment and nutrient cycling in food webs. Oikos 130:95–109.10.1111/oik.07937
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Picot A~, Monnin T, Loeuille N (2021) Implications of the evolution of agriculture and resource foraging for the maintenance of species diversity and community structure. bioRxiv 10.1101/2021.03.02.433551BioRxivESEAEEcoEvo ; EERIDCFE
Duchenne F.~, Martin G., Porcher E. (2021) European plants lagging behind climate change pay a climatic debt in the North, but are favoured in the South. Ecology Letters, 24: 1178-118610.1111/ele.13730​
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​Doré M.°, Fontaine C., Thébault E.* (2021) Relative effects of anthropogenic pressures, climate, and sampling design on the structure of pollination networks at the global scale. Global Change Biology, 27:1266-128010.1111/gcb.15474
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Global Change BiologyEERIDCFE
​David, G. M., P. López-García, D. Moreira, B. Alric, P. Deschamps, P. Bertolino, G. Restoux, E. Rochelle-Newall, E. Thébault, M. Simon and L. Jardillier “Small freshwater ecosystems with dissimilar microbial communities exhibit similar temporal patterns.” Molecular Ecology 10.1111/mec.15864Molecular EcologyCoMiCDCFE ; EERIDCFE
Zaninotto V.~, Perrard A.*, Babiar O., Hansart A., Hignard C., Dajoz, I.* (2021) Seasonal Variations of Pollinator Assemblages among Urban and Rural Habitats: A Comparative Approach Using a Standardized Plant Community. Insects, 12, 19910.3390/insects12030199
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InsectsEERIDCFE
​Rome Q., Perrard A., Muller F., Fontaine C., Quilès A., Zuccon D. & Villemant C. 2021. Not just honeybees: predatory habits of Vespa velutina (Hymenoptera:Vespidae) in France. Annales de la Société Entomologique de France. (N.S).10.1080/00379271.2020.1867005
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Annales de la Societe Entomologique de FranceEERIDCFE
Yacine Y. ~, Allhoff K.T.`, Weinbach A.~& Loeuille N.* (2020). Collapse and rescue of evolutionary food webs under global warming. J. Anim. Ecol., 2021;00:1–13.10.1111/1365-2656.13405Journal of Animal EcologyEERIDCFE
Duchenne F.~, Thébault E.*, Michez D., Gérard M., Devaux C., Rasmont P., Vereecken N.J., Fontaine C. (2020) Long-term effects of global change on occupancy and flight period of wild bees in Belgium. Global Change Biology, 26: 6753– 676610.1111/gcb.15379
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​Maliet, O., Loeuille, N*., Morlon, H (2020) An individual based model for the eco-evolutionary emergence of bipartite interaction networks. Ecology Letters, 10.1111/ele.13592
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Ecology LettersEERIDCFE
Flacher F~, Raynaud X*, Hansart A, Geslin B, Motard E*, Verstraet S°, Bataille M°, Dajoz I*. 2020. Below-ground competition alters attractiveness of an insect-pollinated plant to pollinators. AoB PLANTS 12: plaa022.10.1093/aobpla/plaa022
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Zaninotto V~, Raynaud X*, Gendreau E*, Kraepiel Y*, Motard E*, Babiar O, Hansart A, Hignard C, Dajoz I*. 2020. Broader phenology of pollinator activity and higher plant reproductive success in an urban habitat compared to a rural one. Ecology and Evolution: 10: 11607– 11621.10.1002/ece3.6794
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Ecology and EvolutionEERIDCFE ; EMSDCFE
Olivier T., Thébault E.*, Elias M., Fontaine B., Fontaine C. (2020) Urbanization and agricultural intensification destabilize animal communities differently than diversity loss. Nature Communications, 11: 2686.10.1038/s41467-020-16240-6
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Nature CommunicationsEERIDCFE
Pruvost C.~
, Mathieu J.*, Nunan N.,* Gigon A.*, Pando A.*, Lerch T.Z.*, Blouin M. 2020.Tree growth and macrofauna colonization in Technosols constructed from recycled urban wastes. Ecological Engineering, 153, 105886​
10.1016/j.ecoleng.2020.105886
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Ecological EngineeringBioDISDCFE ; EERIDCFE
Carraro L., Bertuzzo E., Fronhofer E. A., Gounand I.*, Rinaldo A., and Altermatt A. (2020) Generation and application of river network analogues for use in ecology and evolution. Ecology and Evolution 10(14): 7537-755010.1002/ece3.6479
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Dusza Y.~, Kraepiel Y.*, Abbadie L.*, Barot S.*, Carmignac D.*, Dajoz I.*, Gendreau E.*, Lata J.C.*, Mériguet J., Motard E.* and Raynaud X.* (2020) Plant-pollinator interactions on green roofs are mediated by substrate characteristics and plant community composition. Acta Oecologica, 10510.1016/j.actao.2020.103559
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Jacquet J., Gounand I.*, Altermatt F. (2020) How pulse disturbances shape size-abundance pyramids. Ecology Letters. Early view​10.1111/ele.13508
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Ecology LettersEERIDCFE
Gounand I.*, Little, C.J.​, Harvey E., Altermatt F. (2020) Global quantitative synthesis of ecosystem functioning across climatic zones and ecosystem types. Global Ecology and Biogeography, Early view
 

10.1111/geb.13093
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Guerra C, Rosa I, Valentini E., Wolf F., Filiponi F., Karger D.N., Xuan A, Mathieu J.*, Lavelle P., Eisenhauer N. (2020) Global vulnerability of soil ecosystems to erosion. Landscape Ecology, 35, 823–84210.1007/s10980-020-00984-z
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Landscape EcologyEERIDCFE
Harvey E., Gounand I.*, Fronhofer E.A., and Altermatt F. (2020) Metaecosystem dynamics drive community composition in experimental multi-layered spatial networks. Oikos 129: 402-412,10.1111/oik.07037
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OikosEERIDCFE
Rankovic A., Geslinc B., Perrarda A., Barbillon A., Vaury V., Abbadie L.*,  Dajoz I*.(2020). Urbanization effects on wild bee carbon and nitrogen stable isotope ratios in the Paris region. Acta Oecologica, Volume 105.10.1016/j.actao.2020.103545
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Vincent, F.~, Bertolo A., Lacroix G.*, Mouchet M., Edeline E. (2020) Trait-dependency of trophic interactions in zooplankton food webs. Oikos, 129: 891-90210.1111/oik.06783
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Duchenne F.~, Thébault E.*, Michez D., Elias M., Drake M., Persson M., Piot J.S., Pollet M., Vanormelingen P., Fontaine C. (2020) Phenological shifts alter the seasonal structure of pollinator assemblages in Europe. Nature Ecology and Evolution, 4: 115-12110.1038/s41559-019-1062-4
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​Romanuk, T. N., Binzer, A., Loeuille, N.*, Carscallen, W. M. A., Martinez, N. (2019) Simulated evolution assembles more realistic food webs with more functionally similar species than invasion. Scientific Reports, 9:1824210.1038/s41598-019-54443-0
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Scientific ReportsEERIDCFE
​Tissot, T.^, Massol, F., Ujvari, B., Alix-Panabieres C., Loeuille, N.*, Thomas, F. (2019) Metastasis and the evolution of dispersal. Proceedings of the Royal Society, B., 286: 20192186
10.1098/rspb.2019.2186
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Madhav P. Thakur, Helen R. P. Phillips, Ulrich Brose, Franciska T. De Vries,Patrick Lavelle, Michel Loreau, Jerome Mathieu*, Christian Mulder, Wim H. Van der Putten, Matthias C. Rillig, David A. Wardle, Elizabeth M. Bach,Marie L. C. Bartz, Joanne M. Bennett, Maria J. I. Briones, George Brown, Thibaud Decaëns,Nico Eisenhauer, Olga Ferlian, Carlos António Guerra, Birgitta König‐Ries, Alberto Orgiazzi,Kelly S. Ramirez, David J. Russell, Michiel Rutgers, Diana H. Wall, Erin K. Cameron (2019) Toward an integrative understanding of soil biodiversity Biological Reviews,

10.1111/brv.12567
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Czuppon, P.^, Constable G.W.A. (2019). Invasion and extinction dynamics of mating types under facultative sexual reproduction, Genetics 213 (2): 567-580​10.1534/genetics.119.302306
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Phillips, H.R.P., Guerra, C.A., Bartz, M.L.C., Briones, M.J.I., Brown, G., Crowther, T.W., Erlian, O., Gongalsky, K.B., Hoogen, J. van den, Krebs, J., Orgiazzi, A., Routh, D., Schwarz, B., Bach, E.M., Bennett, J., Brose, U., Decaëns, T., König-Ries, B., Loreau, M., Mathieu, J.*, Mulder, C., Putten, W. van der, Ramirez, K.S., Rillig, M.C., Russell, D., Rutgers, M., Thakur, M.P., Vries, F.T. de, Wall, D., Wardle, D., Arai, M., Ayuke, F.O., Baker, G.H., Beauséjour, R., Bedano, J.C., Birkhofer, K., Blanchart, E., Blossey, B., Bolger, T., Bradley, R.L., Callaham, M.A., Capowiez, Y., Caulfield, M.E., Choi, A., Crotty, F.V., Dávalos, A., Cosin, D.J.D., Dominguez, A., Duhour, A.E., Eekeren, N. van, Emmerling, C., Falco, L.B., Fernández, R., Fonte, S.J., Fragoso, C., Franco, A.L.C., Fugère, M., Fusilero, A.T., Gholami, S., Gundale, M.J., López, M.G., Hackenberger, D.K., Hernández, L.M., Hishi, T., Holdsworth, A.R., Holmstrup, M., Hopfensperger, K.N., Lwanga, E.H., Huhta, V., Hurisso, T.T., Iannone III, B.V., Iordache, M., Joschko, M., Kaneko, N., Kanianska, R., Keith, A.M., Kelly, C.A., Kernecker, M.L., Klaminder, J., Koné, A.W., Kooch, Y., Kukkonen, S.T., Lalthanzara, H., Lammel, D.R., Lebedev, I.M., Li, Y., Lidon, J.B.J., Lincoln, N.K., Loss, S.R., Marichal, R., Matula, R., Moos, J.H., Moreno, G., Morón-Ríos, A., Muys, B., Neirynck, J., Norgrove, L., Novo, M., Nuutinen, V., Nuzzo, V., P, M.R., Pansu, J., Paudel, S., Pérès, G., Pérez-Camacho, L., Piñeiro, R., Ponge, J.-F., Rashid, M.I., Rebollo, S., Rodeiro-Iglesias, J., Rodríguez, M.Á., Roth, A.M., Rousseau, G.X., Rozen, A., Sayad, E., Schaik, L. van, Scharenbroch, B.C., Schirrmann, M., Schmidt, O., Schröder, B., Seeber, J., Shashkov, M.P., Singh, J., Smith, S.M., Steinwandter, M., Talavera, J.A., Trigo, D., Tsukamoto, J., Valença, A.W. de, Vanek, S.J., Virto, I., Wackett, A.A., Warren, M.W., Wehr, N.H., Whalen, J.K., Wironen, M.B., Wolters, V., Zenkova, I.V., Zhang, W., Cameron, E.K. & Eisenhauer, N. (2019) Global distribution of earthworm diversity. Science. 366 (6464) : 480-48510.1126/science.aax4851
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Giese, B., Frieß, J., Barton, N., Messer, P., Débarre, F., Schetelig, M., … & Boëte, C. (2019). Gene Drives: Dynamics and Regulatory Matters—A Report from the Workshop “Evaluation of Spatial and Temporal Control of Gene Drives,” April 4–5, 2019, Vienna.

10.1002/bies.201900151
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BioEssaysEERIDCFE
Girardin, L., Calvez, V., & Débarre, F.* (2019). Catch me if you can: a spatial model for a brake-driven gene drive reversal. Bulletin of mathematical biology, 81(12), 5054-5088.10.1007/s11538-019-00668-z
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Czuppon, P.^, Rogers D.W. (2019) Evolution of mating types in finite populations: the precarious advantage of being rare, Journal of Evolutionary Biology 32: 1290-129910.1111/jeb.13528
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Journal of Evolutionary BiologyEERIDCFE
Ropars, L., Dajoz, I, Fontaine, C., Muratet, A. & Geslin, B. 2019. Wild pollinator activity negatively related to honey bee colony densities in urban context. Plos One10.1371/jourl.pone.0222316
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​Mächler E., Little C.J., Wüthrich R., Alther R., Fronhofer E.A., Gounand I.*, Harvey E., Hürlemann S., Walser J.-C., and Altermatt F. (2019) Assessing different components of biodiversity across a river network using eDNA. Environmental DNA 1 : 290-30110.1002/edn3.33
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Kéfi S., Domínguez‐García V., Donohue I., Fontaine C., Thébault E.*, Dakos V. (2019) Advancing our understanding of ecological stability. Ecology Letters, 22, 1349-1356.​10.1111/ele.13340
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Débarre, F.* (2019). Imperfect strategy transmission can reverse the role of population viscosity on the evolution of altruism. Dynamic Games and Applications, 1-32.10.1007/s13235-019-00326-y
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Blouin, M., Barrere J., Meyer N., Lartigue S., Barot, S.* Mathieu* (2019)Vermicompost significantly affects plant growth. A meta-analysis.Agronomy for Sustainable Development, 39: 3410.1007/s13593-019-0579-x
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Rode, N. O., Estoup, A., Bourguet, D., Courtier-Orgogozo, V., & Débarre, F.* (2019). Population management using gene drive: molecular design, models of spread dynamics and assessment of ecological risks. Conservation Genetics, 1-20.
Chicago
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​Diaz Pauli, B., Garric, S.° , Evangelista, C., L. Asbjørn Vøllestad and Eric Edeline, E.*. Selection for small body size favours contrasting sex-specific life histories, boldness and feeding in medaka, Oryzias latipes. BMC Evol Biol 19, 127 (2019). 10.1186/s12862-019-1460-x
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Bienvenu, F., Débarre, F.*, & Lambert, A. (2019). The split-and-drift random graph, a null model for speciation. Stochastic processes and their applications, 129(6), 2010-2048.

10.1016/j.spa.2018.06.009Stochastic Processes and their ApplicationsEERIDCFE
Jusselme, M.D., Pruvost, C., Motard, E. Giusti-Miller, S., Frechault, S., Alphonse, V., Dajoz, I. & Mora, P. 2019. Increasing the ability of a green roof to provide ecosystem services by adding organic matter and earthworms. Applied Soil Ecology 143: 61-69.10.1016/j.apsoil.2019.05.028
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Picot A~, Monnin T*, Loeuille N* (2019) From apparent competition to facilitation: impacts of consumer niche construction on the coexistence and stability of consumer-resource communities. Functional Ecology 33:1746-175710.1111/1365-2435.13378
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Harmon, L.J., Andreazzi, C.S., Débarre, F.*, Drury, J., Goldberg, E.E., Martins, A.B., Melián, C.J., Narwani, A., Nuismer, S.L., Pennell, M.W. and Rudman, S.M. (2019). Detecting the macroevolutionary signal of species interactions. Journal of evolutionary biology, 32(8), 769-782.10.1111/jeb.13477
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Hanache P., Spataro T.*, Firmat C., ​Boyer N., Fonseca P., Médoc V. (2020) Noise-induces reduction in the attack rate of a planktivorous freshwater fish revealed by functional response analysis. Freshwater Biology, 65: 75-85
10.1111/fwb.13271
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​Dakos, V., Mathews, B., Hendry, A., Levine, J., Loeuille, N.*, Norberg, J., Nosil, P., Scheffer, M., de Meester, L. 2019 Ecosystem tipping points in an evolving world. Nature Ecology & Evolution 3(3):355-362


10.1038/s41559-019-0797-2
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​Lundström, N., Loeuille, N.*, Meng, X., Bodin, M., Brannström, A. 2019 Meeting yield and conservation objectives by balancing harvesting of juveniles and adults. American Naturalist, 193 (3), 373-390

10.1086/701631
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Cameron E., Martins I., Lavelle P., Mathieu J.*, Tedersoo L., Gottshall F., Guerra C., Hines J., Patoine G., Siebert J., Winter M., Cesarz S., Delgado-Baquerizo M., Ferlian O., Fierer N., Kreft H., T. Lovejoy, Montanarella L., Orgiazzi A., Pereira H., Phillips H., Settele J., Wall D., Eisenhauer N. Global mismatches in aboveground and belowground biodiversity. Conservation Biology, 33: 1187-119210.1111/cobi.13311
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Hutchinson M.C., Bramon Mora B., Pilosof S., Barner A.K., Kéfi S., Thébault E.*, Jordano P., Stouffer D.B. (2019) Seeing the forest for the trees: Putting multilayer networks to work for community ecology. Functional Ecology, 33, 206-217.​10.1111/1365-2435.13237
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​Loeuille, N.* 2019 Eco-evolutionary dynamics in a disturbed world: implications for the maintenance of ecological networks. F1000Research, 2019, 8(F1000 Faculty Rev):97

10.12688/f1000research.15629.1F1000ResearchEERIDCFE
Quénéa K.,Andrianjara I.~°,Rankovic A.~, Gan E., Aubry E., Lata J.C.*, Barot S.*, Castrec-Rouelle M. (2019) Influence of the residence time of street trees and their soils on trace element contamination in Paris (France). Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 26 (10): 9785-979510.1007/s11356-019-04405-w
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Estrela, S., Libby, E., Van Cleve, J., Débarre, F.*, Deforet, M., Harcombe, W. R., Jorge Peña, Sam P. Brown, & Hochberg, M. E. (2019). Environmentally mediated social dilemmas. Trends in ecology & evolution, 34(1), 6-18.10.1016/j.tree.2018.10.004
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Trends in Ecology and EvolutionEERIDCFE
​Prosnier, L.~, Médoc, V.* & Loeuille, N.* 2018. Parasitism effects on coexistence and stability within simple trophic modules. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 458: 68-77


10.1016/j.jtbi.2018.09.004
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Journal of Theoretical BiologyEERIDCFE
Harvey E., Gounand* I., Fronhofer E.A., and Altermatt F. (2018) Disturbance reverses classic biodiversity predictions in river-like landscapes. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285(1893): 2018244110.1098/rspb.2018.2441
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Majdi N., Hette-Tronquart N., Auclair E., Bec A., Chouvelon T., Cognie B., Danger M., Decottignies P., Dessier A., Desvilettes C., Dubois S., Dupuy C., Fritsch C., Gaucherel C., Hedde M., Jabot F., Lefebvre S., Marzloff M.P., Pey B., Peyrard N., Powolny T., Sabbadin R., Thébault E.*, Perga M.-E. (2018) There’s no harm in having too much: A comprehensive toolbox of methods in trophic ecology. Food webs, 17, e00100.10.1016/j.fooweb.2018.e00100
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Food websEERIDCFE
​Gounand I.*, Little C.J., Harvey E., and Altermatt F. (2018) Cross-ecosystem carbon flows connecting ecosystems worldwide. Nature Communications 9(1) : 482510.1038/s41467-018-07238-2
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Nature CommunicationsEERIDCFE
Le H.T.~, Rochelle-Newall E.*, Auda Y., Ribolzi O., Sengtaheuanghoung O.’, Thébault E.*, Soulileuth B.’, Pommier T. (2018) Vicinal land use change strongly drives stream bacterial community in a tropical montane catchment. FEMS microbiology ecology, 94, fiy155.​10.1093/femsec/fiy155
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Prud’homme C., Moine O., Mathieu J.*, Saulnier-Copard S., Antoine P. (2018) High-resolution quantification of earthworm calcite granules from western European loess sequences reveals stadial-interstadial climatic variability during the Last Glacial,Boreas. 48(1) : 257-26810.1111/bor.12359
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BoreasEERIDCFE
Ropars, L.; Dajoz, I. & Geslin, B. 2018. La diversité des abeilles Parisiennes. Osmia, 7: 1-6.10.47446/OSMIA7.3
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OsmiaEERIDCFE
Chatelain M.^ & Mathieu J.* (2017)How good are epigeic earthworms at dispersing? An investigation to compare epigeic to endogeic and anecic groups. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 111, 115-12310.1016/j.soilbio.2017.04.004
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Soil Biology and BiochemistryEERIDCFE ; EPEEcoEvo
Decaëns T., Martins M.B., Feijoo A., Oszwald J., Dolédec S., Mathieu J.*, de Sartre X.A. , Bonilla D., Brown G., Criollo Y.A.C, Dubs D., Furtado I.S., Gond V., Gordillo E., Le Clec’h S., Marichal M., Mitja D., Miranda de Souza I., Praxedes C., Rougerie R., Ruiz D.H., Otero J.T., Sanabria C., Velasquez A., Zararte L.E.M., Lavelle P. ​Biodiversity loss along a gradient of deforestation in Amazonian agricultural landscapes. Conservation Biology, 32(6) : 1380-139110.1111/cobi.13206
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Conservation BiologyEERIDCFE
Connallon, T., Débarre, F.*, & Li, X. Y. (2018). Linking local adaptation with the evolution of sex differences. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences10.1098/rstb.2017.0414
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Mathieu J.* (2018) EGrowth: a global database on intraspecific body growth variability in earthworm. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 122: 71-8010.1016/j.soilbio.2018.04.004
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Soil Biology and BiochemistryEERIDCFE
Débarre, F*., Rode, N. O., & Ugelvig, L. V. (2018). Gender equity at scientific events. Evolution letters, 2(3), 148-158.
10.1002/evl3.49
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Evolution LettersEERIDCFE
Perga, M.-O., Danger M., Dubois S., Fritch C., Gaucherel C., Hubas C., Jabot F., Lacroix G.*, Lefebvre S., Marmonier P., Bec A. (2018) Forces, failles et opportunités de la recherche française en écologie trophique [Strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities of French research in trophic ecology]. Comptes Rendus Biologies, 341: 301-31410.1016/j.crvi.2018.05.001
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​Koffel, T., Boudsocq, S., Loeuille, N.~, Daufresne, T. 2018. Facilitation versus competition driven succession: the key role of resource ratio. Ecology Letters, 21(7) 1010-1021

10.1111/ele.12966
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Ecology LettersEERIDCFE
​Loeuille, N.* & Hauzy, C.^ 2018. Multidimensionality of plant defenses and herbivore niches: implications for eco-evolutionary dynamics. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 445, 110-119

10.1016/j.jtbi.2018.02.006
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Journal of Theoretical BiologyEERIDCFE
​Gounand I.*, Harvey E., Little C.J., and Altermatt F. (2018) On embedding meta-ecosystems into a socioecological framework: a reply to Renaud et al. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 33(7): 484-48610.1016/j.tree.2018.04.004
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Trends in Ecology and EvolutionEERIDCFE
Rochelle-Newall E.*, Niboyet A.*, Jardillier L., Fiorini S., Chollet S., Llavata M., de Santis E., Barot S.*, Lacroix G.* (2018)Impacts of elevated atmospheric CO2 concentration on terrestrial-aquatic carbon transfer and a downstream aquatic microbial community. Aquatic Sciences, 80, Article Number: 2710.1007/s00027-018-0577-0
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Dubuisson, J. Y., Le Pechon, T, Bauret, L.; Rouhan, G.; Reeb, C.; Boucheron-Dubuisson, E.; Selosse, M. A.; Chaussidoni, C.; Dajoz, I; Pynee, K.; Grangaud, E; Robert, Y.; Tamont, J. M. & Hennequin, S. 2018.  Disentangling the diversity and taxonomy of Hymenophyllaceae (Hymenophyllales, Polypodiidae) in the Mascarene archipelago, with ecological implications. Phytotaxa 375 (1): 001–05810.11646/phytotaxa.375.1.1
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Sanders D., Thébault E.*, Kehoe R., van Veen F.J.F. (2018) Trophic redundancy reduces vulnerability to extinction cascades. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 115, 2419-2424​10.1073/ps.1716825115Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America – PNASEERIDCFE
​Arditi R.^, Lobry C., Sari T. (2018) Asymmetric dispersal in the multi-patch logistic equation. Theoretical Population Biology, 120: 11-1510.1016/j.tpb.2017.12.006
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Theoretical Population BiologyEERIDCFE
Lata J.C.*, Dusza Y.~ , Abbadie L.*, Barot S.,* Carmignac D.*, Gendreau E.*, Kraepiel Y.*, Mériguet J., Motard E.* & Raynaud X*. 2017.Role of substrate properties in the provision of multifunctional green roof ecosystem services.Applied Soil Ecology 123 : 464-468.10.1016/j.apsoil.2017.09.012
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Applied Soil EcologyEMSDCFE ; EERIDCFE
David A.~ , Boura A., Lata J.C., Rankovic A.~ , Kraepiel Y.*, Charlot C.°, Barot L.*, Abbadie L.* & Ngao J. 2017.Street trees in Paris are sensitive to spring and autumn precipitation and recent climate changes. Urban Ecosystems 21: 133-145. ​10.1007/s11252-017-0704-z
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Urban EcosystemsEMSDCFE ; EERIDCFE
​Santschi F., Gounand I.*, Harvey E., and Altermatt F. (2018) Leaf litter diversity and structure of microbial decomposer communities modulate litter decomposition in aquatic system. Functional Ecology, 32(2): 522-53210.1111/1365-2435.12980
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Functional EcologyEERIDCFE
Simba L.D.’, Foord S.H.’, Thébault E.*, van Veen F.J.F., Joseph G.S.’, Seymour C.L.’ (2018) Indirect interactions between crops and natural vegetation through flower visitors: the importance of temporal as well as spatial spillover. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 253, 148-156.​10.1016/j.agee.2017.11.002
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Mathieu J.*, Caro G.~ & Dupont L.* (2018) Methods for studying earthworm dispersal. Applied Soil Ecology, 123 : 339-34410.1016/j.apsoil.2017.09.006
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Rego‐Costa, A., Débarre, F.*, & Chevin, L. M. (2018). Chaos and the (un) predictability of evolution in a changing environment. Evolution, 72(2), 375-385.10.1111/evo.13407EvolutionEERIDCFE
Terrigeol A.°,Indorf M.F.°,Jouhanique T.°,Tanguy F.°,Hoareau D.°,Rahimian V.°,Agésilas-Lequeux K.°,Baues R.°,Noualhguet M.°,Cheraiet A.°,Miedziejewski A.°, Bazot S., Lata J.C.*, Mathieu J.*, Hannot C., Dreuillaux J.M., Zanella A. (2018) Study of soil–vegetation relationships on the Butte Montceau in Fontainebleau, France: Pedagogical exercise and training report. Applied Soil Ecology, 123: 646-658​10.1016/j.apsoil.2017.07.021Applied Soil EcologyEMSDCFE ; EERIDCFE
Gounand I.*, Harvey E., Little C.J., and Altermatt F. (2018) Meta-ecosystems 2.0: rooting the theory into the field. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 33(1): 36-4610.1016/j.tree.2017.10.006​
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Trends in Ecology and EvolutionEERIDCFE
Hansen S.’, Roets F.’, Seymour C.L.’, Thébault E.*, van Veen F.J.F., Pryke J.S.’ (2018) Alien plants have greater impact than habitat fragmentation on native insect flower visitation networks. Diversity and Distributions, 24, 58-68.10.1111/ddi.12656Diversity and DistributionsEERIDCFE
Robinne F.-N., Bladon K.D., Miller C., Parisien M.-A., Mathieu J.*, Flannigan M.D. (2018)A spatial evaluation of global wildfire-water risks to human and natural systems. Science of the Total Environment, 610-611:1193-120610.1111/mec.14102
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Science of the Total EnvironmentEERIDCFE
​Tromeur, E.~ and Loeuille, N.* (2017), Balancing yield with resilience and conservation objectives in harvested predator–prey communities. Oikos, 126: 1780-1789

10.1111/oik.03985
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OikosEERIDCFE
Nel L.’, Pryke J.S.’, Carvalheiro L.G., Thébault E.*, van Veen F.J.F., Seymour C.L.’ (2017) Exotic plants growing in crop field margins provide little support to mango crop flower visitors. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 250, 72−80.10.1016/j.agee.2017.09.002Agriculture Ecosystems & EnvironmentEERIDCFE
Médoc, V., Thuillier, L.° & Spataro, T.* (2018) Opportunistic omnivory impairs our ability to predict invasive species impacts from functional response comparisons. Biol Invasions, 20: 1307–1319​
10.1007/s10530-017-1628-5Biological InvasionsEERIDCFE
​Loeuille, N., Le Mao, T. & Barot, S. Effects of plant evolution on nutrient cycling couple aboveground and belowground processes. Theor Ecol 10, 117–127 (2017)

10.1007/s12080-016-0315-y
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Ropars, L., Dajoz, I & Geslin, B. 2017. La ville un désert pour les abeilles sauvages ? J. Bot. Soc. Bot. France 79, 1‑7.
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Journal de Botanique Société Botanique de FranceEERIDCFE
Desaegher, J., Nadot, S, Dajoz, I & Colas, B. 2017. Buzz in Paris: Flower production and plant-pollinator interactions in plants from contrasted urban and rural origins. Genetica 10.1007/s10709-017-9993-7GeneticaEERIDCFE
Flacher, F.~, Hansard, A., Motard, E.*, Fofana, A.M.°, Vincent, O., Geslin, B.*, Dajoz, I.*, Raynaud, X.* (2017). Does competition with wind-pollinated species alter Echium plantagineum ’s attractiveness to a common pollinator Bombus terrestris ? Ecological Entomology 42:617–628.​10.1111/een.12426
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Iltis, C.°, Spataro, T.*, Wattier, R.  & Médoc, V. (2018) Parasitism may alter functional response comparisons: a case study on the killer shrimp  Dikerogammarus villosus and two non-invasive gammarids.  Biol Invasions,20: 619–632​10.1007/s10530-017-1563-5
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Foti L.~, Dubs F.^, Gignoux J.*, Lata J.C.*, Lerch T. Z*, Mathieu J.*, Nold F., Nunan N.*,Raynaud X.*, Abbadie L.*, Barot S.* (2017) Trace metal concentrations along a gradient of urban pressure in forest and lawn soils of the Paris region (France). Science of the Total Environment, 598: 938-94810.1016/j.scitotenv.2017.04.111
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​Harvey E., Gounand I.*, Little C.J., Fronhofer E.A., and Altermatt F. (2017). Upstream trophic structure modulates downstream community dynamics via resources subsidies. Ecology and Evolution, 7:5724-573110.1002/ece3.3144
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Ecology and EvolutionEERIDCFE
Liu, Y.^, S. Barot*, Y. A. El-Kassaby, and N. Loeuille*. 2017. Impact of temperature shifts on the joint evolution of seed dormancy and size. Ecology and Evolution 7:26–37.10.1002/ece3.2611
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​Gounand I.*, Harvey E., Ganesanandamoorthy P., and Altermatt F. (2017) Subsidies mediate interactions between communities across space. Oikos, 126(7): 972-97910.1111/oik.03922
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OikosEERIDCFE
​Arditi R.^, Bersier L.-F., Rohr R.P. (2017) The perfect mixing paradox and the logistic equation: Verhulst vs. Lotka: Reply.  Ecosphere, 8 (7), e0189410.1002/ecs2.1894EcosphereEERIDCFE
Sotton B., Paris A., Le Manach S., Blond A., Lacroix G.*, Millot A., Duval C., Huet H., Qiao Q., Labrut S., Chiapetta G., Vinh J., Catherine A., Marie B. (2017). Metabolic changes in Medaka fish induced by cyanobacterial exposures in mesocosms: an integrative approach combining proteomic and metabolomic analyses. Scientific Reports, 7, Article number: 4051
10.1038/s41598-017-04423-z
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Scientific ReportsEERIDCFE
​Pantel, J. H., Bohan, D., Calcagno, V., David, P., Duyck, P. F., Kamenova, S., Loeuille, N.*, Mollot, G., Romanuk, T., Thébault, E.*, Tixier, P., Massol, F. 2017. 14 questions for invasion in ecological networks. Advances in Ecological Research. in press. 56, 293-340.

10.1016/bs.aecr.2016.10.008
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​David, P., Thébault, E.*, Anneville, O., Duyck, P. F., Chapuis, E. & Loeuille, N.* 2017. Impacts of invasive species on food webs: a review of empirical data. Advances in Ecological Research. 56, 1-60

10.1016/bs.aecr.2016.10.001
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Geslin, B., Gauzens, B., Baude, M., Dajoz, I., Fontaine, C., Henry, M., Ropars, L., Rollin, O, Thébault, E. & Vereecken, N. J. 2017. Massively Introduced Managed Species and their consequences for plant-pollinator interactions. Advances in Ecological Research volume 56: Networks of Invasion (edited by David Bohan, Alex Dumbrell and Francois Massol).10.1016/bs.aecr.2016.10.007
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Leloup, J.*, Baude, M.~, Nunan, N.*, Meriguet, J., Dajoz, I.*, Le Roux, X., Raynaud, X.* (2018) Unravelling the effects of plant species diversity and aboveground litter input on soil bacterial communities. Geoderma 317, 1–7.10.1016/j.geoderma.2017.12.018
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Massol F., Altermatt F., Gounand I.*, Gravel D., Leibold M.A., and Mouquet N. (2017) How life-history traits affect ecosystem properties: effects of dispersal in meta-ecosystems. Oikos, 126(4): 532-54610.1111/oik.03893​
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Cronin AL, Loeuille N*, Monnin T* (2016) Strategies of offspring investment and dispersal in a spatially structured environment: a theoretical study using ants. BMC Ecology 16:410.1186/s12898-016-0058-z
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ARDITI ROGERCDD Chercheur Bénévole Sorbonne UniversitéÉquipe EERI du Département DCFECampus Pierre et Marie Curie – Paris 5e
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Sorbonne Université
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Université Aix-Marseille
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