CeMEB Invited scientists publications

Publications from CeMEB invited researchers 2016 - 2018

- 2016 –

Johnson SE, Amatangelo KL, Townsend PA, Waller DM (2016) Large, connected floodplain forests prone to flooding best sustain plant diversity. Ecology 97 (11): 3019-3030. [CeMEB Invited researcher]

- 2017 –

Ash JD, Givnish TJ, Waller DM (2017) Tracking lags in historical plant species’ shifts in response to regional climate change. Global Change Biology 23 (3): 1305–1315. [CeMEB Invited researcher]

Cruz P, Winke T, Ledru M-P, Bernard C, Egan N, Swingedouw D, Joffre R (2017) Rain-fed agriculture thrived despite climate degradation in the pre-Hispanic arid Andes. Science Advances 3 (12): e1701740. [CeMEB Invited researcher]

Estoup A, Hufbauer RA (2017) A valuable work lying at the crossroad of neuroethology, evolution and ecology in the fruit pest Drosophila suzukii. Peer Community in Evolutionary Biology: 100017. [CeMEB Invited researcher]

Facon B, Estoup A, Hufbauer RA, Foucaud J, Tayeh A (2017) Mating status influences cold tolerance and subsequent reproduction in the invasive ladybird Harmonia axyridis. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 5: 108. [CeMEB Invited researcher]

Fraimout A, Debat V, Fellous S, Hufbauer RA, Foucaud J, Pudlo P, Marin J-M, Price DK, Cattel J, Chen X, Deprá M, Duyck P-F, Guedot C, Loeb G, Kenis M, Kimura MT, Loiseau A, Martinez-Sañudo I, Pascual M, Polihronakis Richmond M, Sheare P, Singh N, Tamura T, Xuéreb A, Zhang J, Estoup A (2017) Deciphering the invasion routes of Drosophila suzukii by means of ABC random forest. Molecular Biology and Evolution 34 (4): 980-996. [CeMEB Invited researcher]

Hufbauer RA (2017) Admixture is a driver rather than a passenger in experimental invasions. Journal of Animal Ecology 86 (1): 4-6. [CeMEB Invited researcher]

Li D, Ives AR, Waller DM (2017) Can functional traits explain phylogenetic signal in the composition of a plant community? New Phytologist 214 (2): 607-618. [CeMEB Invited researcher]

Li D, Waller DM (2017) Fire exclusion and climate change interact to affect long-term changes in the functional composition of fire-adapted plant communities. Diversity and Distributions 23: 496-506. [CeMEB Invited researcher]

Stewart GS, Morris MR, Genis AB, Szucs M, Melbourne BA, Tavener SJ, Hufbauer RA (2017) The power of evolutionary rescue is constrained by genetic load. Evolutionary Applications 10 (7): 731-741. [CeMEB Invited researcher]

Szucs M, Vahsen ML, Melbourne BA, Hoover C, Weiss-Lehman C, Hufbauer RA (2017) Rapid adaptive evolution in novel environments acts as an architect of population range expansion. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 114 (51): 13501-13506. [CeMEB Invited researcher]

Verheyen K, De Frenne P, Baeten L, Waller DM, Hédl R, Perring MP, Blondeel H, Brunet J, Chudomelová M, Decocq G, De Lombaerde E, Depauw L, Dirnböck T, Durak T, Eriksson O, Gilliam FS, Heinken T, Heinrichs S, Hermy M, Jaroszewicz B, Jenkins MA, Johnson SE, Kirby KJ, Kopecký M, Landuyt D, Lenoir J, Li D, Macek M, Maes SL, Máliš F, Mitchell FJG, Naaf T, Peterken G, Petřík P, Reczyńska K, Rogers DA, Schei FH, Schmidt W, Standovár T, Świerkosz K, Ujházy K, Van Calster H, Vellend M, Vild O, Woods K, Wulf M, Bernhardt-Römermann M (2017) Combining biodiversity resurveys across regions to advance global change research. BioScience 67 (1): 73-83. [CeMEB Invited researcher]

Weiss-Lehman C, Hufbauer RA, Melbourne BA (2017) Rapid trait evolution drives increased speed and variance in experimental range expansions. Nature Communications 8: 14303. [CeMEB Invited researcher]

- 2018 –

Waller DM, Rogers D, Mudrak E (2018) Do metacommunity mass effects predict changes in species incidence and abundance? Ecography 41 (1): 11–23. [CeMEB Invited researcher]


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