Publications

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[50] Blight O, Mottet L, Geslin B, Albert CH (submitted) Advantages and limits of Radio tracking for the conservation of small ground-dwelling beetles : a case study in a Mediterranean dry grassland
[49] Hamonic F, Couetoux B, Vaxès Y, Albert CH (submitted) The Significance of cumulative effects in optimizing landscape connectivity
[48] Hamonic F, Albert CH, Couetoux B, Vaxès Y (submitted) Optimizing the ecological connectivity of landscapes with generalized flow models and preprocessing READ on arxiv
[47] Bondeau A, Hervé M, Tatoni T, Albert CH (submitted) Good agricultural practices for biodiversity : practitioners’ know-how vs. scientific proof in Mediterranean France
[46] Patrick Bentley L., 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

2022

[45] Aurel D, et al. (2022) Biodiversity, climate change and adaptation in the Mediterranean, Volume13, Issue4, e3915. READ

2021

[44] Urban M et al. (accepted) Coding for Life : Designing a platform for projecting and protecting global biodiversity. Bioscience.
[43] Albert CH, Cabrera C, Marty E, Verdier L (2021) Caractérisation des communautés d’oiseaux et de chauves-souris dans les parcs urbains d’Aix-en-Provence, Ecologia Mediterranea, 47 (1) : 17-33. READ

2020

[d] Hervé M*, Tatoni T, Vanpeene S, Albert CH (2020) Mieux prendre en compte les enjeux de biodiversité et les continuités écologiques dans les territoires grâce aux scénarios prospectifs, Sciences, eaux et territoires READ
[c] Silvain JF, Goffaux G, Soubelet H, Sarrazin F, Abbadie L, et al. Mobilisation de la FRB par les pouvoirs publics français sur les liens entre Covid-19 et biodiversité. FRB. 2020, 54 p. ⟨hal-02951526⟩ read
[42] Albert CH*, Hervé M*, Fader M, Bondeau A, Leriche A, Monnet AC, Cramer W (2020) What ecologists should know before using land-use/cover change projections for biodiversity and ecosystem service assessments, Regional Environmental Change, 20, Article number : 106 (*Both authors contributed equally to the paper)
[41] Kupler J et al. (2020) Global gradients in intraspecific variation in vegetative and floral traits are partially associated with climate and species richness, Global Ecology and Biogeography, 29 : 992-1007, https://doi.org/10.1111/geb.13077
[40] Kattge J et al. (2020) Twelve years of TRY – towards a third generation of plant trait data assimilation and sharing, Global Change Biology, 26:119-188, DOI : 10.1111/gcb.14904

2019


**** Ripple et al. (2019) World Scientists’ Warning of a Climate Emergency, BioScience, biz088, https://doi.org/10.1093/biosci/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, doi.org/10.1016/j.pecon.2019.11.001
[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

2018


[37] Meurant M, Gonzalez A, Doxa A & Albert CH (2018) Selecting surrogate species for connectivity conservation, Biological Conservation, 227 : 326-334, featured on http://conservationcorridor.org
[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. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/eap.1713
[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

2017


[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 conservationcorridor.org & 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

2016


[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

2015


[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

2014


[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

2013


[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

2012


[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

2011


[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

2010


[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

2008


[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 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-96229-0_45
[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