[c] Hervé M*, Tatoni T, Vanpeene S, Albert CH (submitted) Mieux prendre en compte les enjeux de biodiversité et les continuités écologiques dans les territoires grâce aux scénarios prospectifs, Sciences, eaux et territoires
[43] Albert CH*, Hervé M*, Fader M, Bondeau A, Leriche A, Monnet AC, Cramer W (submitted) Land-use/cover change projections : what ecologists need to make more reliable biodiversity and ecosystem service assessments. (*Both authors contributed equally to the paper)
[42] Patrick Bentley L., Adrien Taudière A., Messier J., Albert CH, Paine T., Malhi Y., Baraloto C. & C. Violle (submitted) Functional trait sampling strategies and the detection of community assembly processes in tropical forest trees


[41] Kupler J et al. (2020) Global gradients in intraspecific variation in vegetative and floral traits are partially associated with climate and species richness
[40] Kattge J et al. (2020) Twelve years of TRY – towards a third generation of plant trait data assimilation and sharing, Global Change Biology, DOI : 10.1111/gcb.14904


**** Ripple et al. (2019) World Scientists’ Warning of a Climate Emergency, BioScience, biz088, - [L’appel des 11 000...] pour éviter des « souffrances indescriptibles » (le Monde 7 Nov.)
[39] Schiesari L. et al. (2019) Towards an applied metaecology, Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation, 17 : 172-181,
[38] Xavier-Jordani Mainara, et al. & Albert CH (2019) Intraspecific and interspecific trait variability in tadpoles metacommunities from Atlantic Forest, Ecology & Evolution, 9 : 4025-4037, read


[37] Meurant M, Gonzalez A, Doxa A & Albert CH (2018) Selecting surrogate species for connectivity conservation, Biological Conservation, 227 : 326-334, featured on
[36] Roy J, Lavergne S, Choler P, Bonneville J-M, Boleda M, Rioux D, Albert CH, Ibanez S, Clément J-C, Saccone P, Geremia RA (2018) Differences in the fungal communities nursed by two genetic groups of the alpine cushion plant, Silene acaulis, Ecology & Evolution, 8 : 11568-11581, read
[b] Albert CH (2018) La Ceinture verte du Grand Montréal : des voies réservées pour la nature, Nature sauvage Québec
[a] Albert CH & Chaurand J (2018) Comment choisir les espèces pour identifier des réseaux écologiques cohérents entre les territoires ? Sciences, eaux et territoires no 25 read
[35] Martins KT, Albert CH, Lechowicz MJ & A Gonzalez (2018) Complementary crops and landscape features sustain wild bee communities, Ecological Applications, 28(4), 1093-1105.
[34] Ait mouheb H, Kadik L, Albert CH, Berrached R & Prinzig A (2018) How do steppe plants follow their optimal environmental conditions or persist under suboptimal conditions ? The differing strategies of annuals and perennials. Ecology & Evolution, 8 : 135–149 read


[33] Doxa A, Albert CH, Leriche A & A Saatkamp (2017) Prioritizing areas for the conservation of coastal biodiversity under high urbanization pressure, Journal of Environmental Management, 201, 425-434
[32] Martín Queller E, Albert CH, Dumas P-J & A Saatkamp (2017) Islands, mainland and terrestrial fragments : how does isolation shape plant diversity ? Ecology & Evolution, 7 : 6904–6917, read
[31] Albert CH, Rayfield B., Dumitru M. & Gonzalez A. (2017) Applying network theory to prioritize multi-species habitat networks that are robust to climate and land-use change. Conservation Biology, 31 : 1383–1396, read here
-> Editor’s pick for December 2017 CB issue & featured on & recommended in F1000 ! & presented to the World Economic Forum
-> Among Conservation Biology’s top 20 most downloaded paper in 2017
[30] Brudvig LA, Leroux SJ, Albert CH, Bruna EM, Davies KF, Ewers RM, Levey DJ, Pardini R & Resasco J (2017) Evaluating conceptual models of landscape change. Ecography, ’Fragmentation Special Issue’, 40 (1), 74-84, read
-> Among Ecography’s top 20 most downloaded paper in 2017
[29] Leroux SJ, Albert CH, 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, ’Fragmentation Special Issue’, 40 (1), 36–47, read


[28] Hervé M, Albert CH, Bondeau A (2016) On the importance of accounting for agricultural practices when setting priorities for regional conservation planning, Journal for Nature Conservation, 33, 76-84
[27] Guiller C, Affre L, Albert CH, Tatoni T & Dumas E (2016) How do field margins contribute to the functional connectivity of insect-pollinated plants ? Landscape ecology, 31 (8), 1747–1761


[26] Mitchell MGE et al. (2015) The Montérégie Connection Project : Linking landscapes, biodiversity, and ecosystem services to improve decision-making, Ecology & Society, 20 (4), art. 15. This paper is available here & featured here and on Future Earth
[25] Siefert A et al. (2015) A global meta-analysis of the relative extent of intraspecific trait variation in plant communities, Ecology Letters, 18 (12), 1406–1419, DOI : 10.1111/ele.12508
[24] Albert CH (2015) Intraspecific trait variability matters, Journal of vegetation science, 26 (1), 7-8, read


[23] Jung V, Albert CH, Violle V, Kunstler G, Loucougaray G & Spiegelberger T (2014) Intraspecific trait variability mediates the response of subalpine grassland communities to extreme drought events, 102 (1), 45-53, doi : 10.1111/1365-2745.12177/abstract


[22] Cadotte MW*, Albert CH* & Walker SC* (2013) The ecology of differences : Assessing community assembly with trait and evolutionary distances. Ecology Letters, 16 (10), 1234-1244, doi : 10.1111/ele.12161 (*All authors contributed equally to the paper)
[21] Roy J, Albert CH, Ibanez S, Saccone P, Zinger L, Choler P, Clement JC, Lavergne S & Geremia RA (2013) Microbial perspective of ecosystem engineering by an alpine cushion plant. Frontiers in Terrestrial Microbiology, 4 : 64, doi : 10.3389/fmicb.2013.00064
[20] Boucher FC, Thuiller W, Arnoldi C, Albert CH & Lavergne S (2013) Unraveling the architecture of functional variability in wild populations of polygonum viviparum L. Functional Ecology, 27 (2), 382-391, doi : 10.1111/1365-2435.12034


[19] Violle C, Enquist BJ, McGill BJ, Jiang L, Albert CH, Hulshof C, Jung V & Messier J (2012) Viva la variance ! A reply to Nakagawa & Schielzeth. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 27, 475-476
[18] de Bello F, Lavorel S, Lavergne S, Albert CH, Boulangeat I, Mazel F, & Thuiller W (2012) Hierarchical effects of environmental filters on the functional structure of plant communities : a case study in the French Alps. Ecography, 36 (3), 393–402
[17] Violle C, Enquist BJ, McGill BJ, Jiang L, Albert CH, Hulshof C, Jung V & Messier J (2012) The return of the variance : intraspecific variability in community ecology. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 27, 244-252
[16] Barbet-Massin M, Jiguet F, Albert CH & Thuiller W (2012) Selecting pseudo-absence for species distribution models : how, where and how many ? Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 3, 327-338
[15] Albert CH, de Bello F, Boulangeat I, Pellet G, Lavorel S & Thuiller W (2012) On the importance of intraspecific variability for the quantification of functional diversity. Oikos, 121, 116-126


[14] Albert CH, Grassein F, Schurr FM, Vieilledent G & Violle C (2011) When and how should intraspecific trait variability be considered in plant ecology ? Perspectives in Plant Ecology and Evolution, 13, 217-225
[13] Engler R, Randin C, Thuiller W, Dullinger S, Zimmermann NE, Araújo MB, Pearman PB, Albert CH, Choler P, de Lamo X, Dirnböck T, Gómez-García D, Grytnes J-A, Heegard E, Høistad F, Le Lay G, Nogues-Bravo D, Normand S, Piédalu C, Puscas M, Sebastià M-T, Stanisci A, Theurillat J-P, Trivedi M, Vittoz P & Guisan A (2011) 21st century Climate change threatens mountain flora unequally across Europe. Global Change Biology, 17, 2330-2341
[12] de Bello F, Lavorel S, Albert CH, Thuiller W, Grigulis K, Dolezal J, Janecek S & Leps J (2011) Quantifying the relevance of intraspecific trait variability for functional diversity. Methods in Ecology ad Evolution, 2, 163-174
[11] Kunstler G, Albert CH, Courbeau B, Lavergne S, Thuiller W, Vielledent G, Zimmermann NE & Coomes D (2011) Effects of competition on tree radial-growth vary in importance but not in intensity along climatic gradients. Journal of Ecology, 99, 301-312


[10] Albert CH, Thuiller W, Yoccoz NG, Douzet R, Aubert S & Lavorel S (2010) A multi-trait approach reveals the structure and the relative importance of intra- versus interspecific variability. Functional Ecology, 24, 1192–1201
[9] Albert CH, Yoccoz NG, Edwards TC, Graham CH, Zimmermann NE & Thuiller W (2010) Sampling in ecology and evolution – Bridging the gap between theory and practice. Ecography, 33, 1028-1037
[8] Albert CH, Thuiller W, Yoccoz NG, Soudan A, Boucher F, Saccone P & Lavorel S (2010) Intraspecific functional variability : extent, structure and sources of variation within an alpine valley. Journal of Ecology, 98, 604–613
[7] Thuiller W*, Albert CH*, Dubuis A, Randin C & Guisan A (2010) Variation in habitat suitability models do not always relate to variation in species’ plant functional traits. Biology Letters, 6 : 120-123. (* The first two authors contributed equally to the paper)
[6] Gallien L*, Münkemüller T*, Albert CH*, Boulangeat I* & Thuiller W* (2010) Predicting potential distributions of invasive species : where to go from here ? Diversity & Distributions, 16, 331-342. (* All authors contributed equally to the paper)
[5] Midgley GF, Davies ID, Albert CH, Altwegg R, Hannah L, Hughes GO, Ries LP & Thuiller W (2010) BioMove – an integrated platform simulating the dynamic response of species to environmental change. Ecography, 33 : 612-616


[4] Albert CH & Thuiller W (2008) Favourability functions versus probability of presence : advantages and misuses. Ecography, 31 : 417-422
[3] Thuiller W, Albert C, Araujo MB, Berry PM, Cabeza M, Guisan A, Hickler T, Midgley G, Paterson J, Shurr FM, Sykes MT & Zimermann NE (2008) Predicting global change impacts on plant species’ distributions : Future challenges. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics, 9 (3-4):137-152
[2] Gross N, Robson MT, Lavorel S, Albert C, Le Bagousse Pinguet Y & Guillemin R (2008) Plant response traits mediate the effects of subalpine grasslands on soil moisture. New Phytologist, 180 : 652-662, doi : 10.1111/j.1469-8137.2008.02577.x.
[1] Albert CH, Thuiller W, Lavorel S, Davies I & Garbolino E (2008) Land-use change and subalpine tree dynamics : colonization of Larix decidua in French subalpine grasslands. Journal of Applied Ecology, 45 : 659-669, doi : 10.1111/j.1365-2664.2007.01416.x

Book Chapters

[3] Bennett EM et al. (2019) The Montérégie Connection : Understanding how ecosytems can provide resilience to the risk of ecosystem service change. In : Schröter M., Bonn A., Klotz S., Seppelt R., Baessler C. (eds) Atlas of ecosystem services. Springer, Cham. DOI
[2] Gonzalez A, Albert CH, Rayfield B & M Dumitru (2019) Connectivity by design : a multiobjective ecological network for biodiversity that is robust to land use and regional climate change. In : Lovejoy T.E., Hannah L. (eds) Biodiversity and climate change : transforming the biosphere. Yale University Press
[1] Manel S, Albert CH, Yoccoz NG (2012) Sampling in landscape genomics. In : François Pompanon and Aurélie Bonin (eds.), Data Production and Analysis in Population Genomics : Methods and Protocols, Methods in Molecular Biology, vol. 888, Springer Science + Business Media New York