Publications

Soon

13 – D. Laughlin, L. Chalmandrier, C. Joshi, M. Renton, J. Dwyer, J. Funk. Generating species assemblages for restoration and experimentation: a new method that can simultaneously converge on average trait values and maximize functional diversity. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. Accepted

12 – L. Pellissier, P. Descombes, O. Hagen, L. Chalmandrier, G. Glauser, A. Kergunteuil, E. Defossez, S. Rasmann. 2018. Growth-competition-herbivore resistance trade-offs and the responses of alpine plant communities to climate change. Functional Ecology. Early view

Published

11 – L. Chalmandrier, C. Albouy, P. Descombes, B. Sandel, S. Faurby, J.-C. Svenning, N. Zimmerman,  L. Pellissier. 2018 Comparing spatial diversification and meta-population models in the Indo-Australian archipelago. Royal Society Open Science

10 – J. Alexander, L. Chalmandrier, J. Lenoir, T. Burgess, E. Treena, F. Essl, S. Haider, C. Kueffer, K. McDougall, A. Milbau, M. Nuñez, A. Pauchard, W. Rabitsch, L. Rew, N. Sanders &  L. Pellissier. 2018. Lags in the response of alpine plant communities to climate change. Global Change Biology 24: 563–579 (PDF)

9 – L. Chalmandrier,  C. Albouy & L. Pellissier. 2017. Species pool distributions along functional trade-offs shape plant productivity–diversity relationships. Scientific Reports 7: 15405. http://rdcu.be/yp7A

8 – L. Chalmandrier,  T. Münkemüller, M.-P. Colace, J. Renaud, S. Aubert, B.Z. Carlson, J.-C. Clément, N. Legay, G. Pellet, A. Saillard, S. Lavergne & W. Thuiller. 2017. Spatial scale and intraspecific variability influence the response of alpine grassland functional diversity to environmental gradients. Journal of Ecology. 105: 277-287 (PDF)

7 – A. Siefert, C. Violle, L. Chalmandrier, C.H. Albert, A. Taudiere et al. 2015. A global meta-analysis of the relative extent of intraspecific trait variation in plant communities. Ecology Letters. 18: 1406-1419. (PDF)

6 – L. Chalmandrier, T. Münkemüller, S. Lavergne & W. Thuiller. Effects of species’ similarity and dominance on the functional and phylogenetic structure of a plant meta-community. 2015. Ecology. 96: 143-153. (PDF)

5 – L. Chalmandrier, T. Münkemüller, V. Devictor, S. Lavergne & W. Thuiller. Decomposing changes in phylogenetic and functional biodiversity across space and time. 2015. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 6: 109–118. (PDF)

4 – W. Thuiller, M. Guéguen, D. Georges, R. Bonet, L. Chalmandrier, L. Garraud, J. Renaud, C. Roquet, J. Van Es, N.E. Zimmermann & S. Lavergne 2014. Are different facets of plant diversity well protected in the face of climate and land use changes? A test study in the French Alps. Ecography. 37, 1254–1266 (PDF)

3 – L. Chalmandrier, T. Münkemüller, L. Gallien, F. de Bello, F. Mazel, S. Lavergne & W. Thuiller. 2013. A family of null models to distinguish between environmental filtering and biotic interactions in functional diversity patterns. Journal of Vegetation Science. 24, 853-864. (PDF)

2 – L. Chalmandrier, G. Midgley, P. Barnard & C. Sirami. 2013. Effects of time since fire on birds in a plant diversity hotspot. Acta Oecologica. 49, 99-106. (PDF)

1 – M.M. Mayfield, J.M. Dwyer, L. Chalmandrier, J.A. Wells, S. P. Bonser, C. P. Catterall, F. DeClerck, Y. Ding, J.M. Fraterrigo, D.J. Metcalfe, C. Queiroz, P.A. Vesk & J.W. Morgan 2013. Difference in forest plant functional trait distributions across land-use and productivity gradients. Journal of American Botany. 100, 1229-1233. (PDF)

Submitted & Revisions

J. Meyer, L. Chalmandrier, F. Fässler, C. Schefer, D. Rigling, S. Prospero. Role of fresh dead wood in the epidemiology and the biological control of an invasive fungal tree pathogen. Submitted

M. Ohlmann, F. Mazel, L. Chalmandrier, S. Bec, J. Chave, E. Coissac, L. Gielly, J. Pansu, V. Schilling, P. Taberlet, L. Zinger & W. Thuiller. Mapping the imprint of biotic interactions on β-diversity. In revision

Communications

L. Chalmandrier, F. Hartig & L. Pellissier. Fitting community mechanistic models to empirical data through functional traits – A proof of concept. Joint meeting British Ecological Society – Gesellschaft für Ökologie 11-14 December 2017, Ghent, Belgium.

L. Chalmandrier, T. Münkemüller, S. Lavergne & W. Thuiller. Integrating different methodologies to analyse diversity patterns. Oral Presentation. Annual meeting of the GDR of Statistical Ecology 12 – 13th March 2015, Lyon, France

L. Chalmandrier, T. Münkemüller, M.-P. Colace, J. Renaud, S. Lavergne & W. Thuiller. Spatial scale and intraspecific variability influence the response of alpine grassland functional diversity to environmental gradients. Oral presentation. Joint meeting British Ecological Society – Société Française d’Ecologie, 10-12 December 2014, Lille, France

L. Chalmandrier, T. Münkemüller, S. Lavergne & W. Thuiller. Effects of species’ similarity and dominance on the functional and phylogenetic structure of a plant meta-community. Oral Presentation. International Statistical Ecology Conference 1 – 4 July 2014, Montpellier, France

L. Chalmandrier, T. Münkemüller, S. Lavergne & W. Thuiller. Jointly analyzing meta-community structure, phylogenetic and functional diversity reveals otherwise hidden assembly processes. Poster presentation. Faster, Higher, More? Past, Present and Future Dynamics of Alpine and Arctic Flora under Climate Change 22 – 25 September 2013, Bergün, Switzerland

Reviewing

Ecology Letters, Methods in Ecology and Evolution, Functional Ecology, Journal of Vegetation Science, Molecular Ecology Resources, the American Naturalist, Proceedings B of the Royal Society