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A quantitative review of abundance-based species distribution models
Waldock, C., Stuart-Smith, R. D., Albouy, C., Cheung, W. W. L., Edgar, G. J., Mouillot, D., … Pellissier, L. (2022). A quantitative review of abundance-based species distribution models. Ecography, 2022(1), e05694 (18 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1111/ecog.05694
Noctuid and geometrid moth assemblages show divergent elevational gradients in body size and color lightness
Heidrich, L., Pinkert, S., Brandl, R., Bässler, C., Hacker, H., Roth, N., … Friess, N. (2021). Noctuid and geometrid moth assemblages show divergent elevational gradients in body size and color lightness. Ecography, 44(8), 1169-1179. https://doi.org/10.1111/ecog.05558
Trait-similarity and trait-hierarchy jointly determine fine-scale spatial associations of resident and invasive ant species
Wong, M. K. L., Tsang, T. P. N., Lewis, O. T., & Guénard, B. (2021). Trait-similarity and trait-hierarchy jointly determine fine-scale spatial associations of resident and invasive ant species. Ecography, 44(4), 589-601. https://doi.org/10.1111/ecog.05505
Incorporating intraspecific variation into species distribution models improves distribution predictions, but cannot predict species traits for a wide‐spread plant species
Chardon, N. I., Pironon, S., Peterson, M. L., & Forest Doak, D. (2020). Incorporating intraspecific variation into species distribution models improves distribution predictions, but cannot predict species traits for a wide‐spread plant species. Ecography, 43(1), 60-74. https://doi.org/10.1111/ecog.04630
Spatial modelling of ecological indicator values improves predictions of plant distributions in complex landscapes
Descombes, P., Walthert, L., Baltensweiler, A., Meuli, R. G., Karger, D. N., Ginzler, C., … Zimmermann, N. E. (2020). Spatial modelling of ecological indicator values improves predictions of plant distributions in complex landscapes. Ecography, 43(10), 1448-1463. https://doi.org/10.1111/ecog.05117
Linking variability of tree water use and growth with species resilience to environmental changes
Pappas, C., Peters, R. L., & Fonti, P. (2020). Linking variability of tree water use and growth with species resilience to environmental changes. Ecography, 43(9), 1386-1399. https://doi.org/10.1111/ecog.04968
Insect occurrence in agricultural land-uses depends on realized niche and geographic range properties
Waldock, C. A., De Palma, A., Borges, P. A. V., & Purvis, A. (2020). Insect occurrence in agricultural land-uses depends on realized niche and geographic range properties. Ecography, 43(11), 1717-1728. https://doi.org/10.1111/ecog.05162
A standard protocol for reporting species distribution models
Zurell, D., Franklin, J., König, C., Bouchet, P. J., Dormann, C. F., Elith, J., … Merow, C. (2020). A standard protocol for reporting species distribution models. Ecography, 43, 1261-1277. https://doi.org/10.1111/ecog.04960
Environmental and biotic drivers of soil microbial β-diversity across spatial and phylogenetic scales
Chalmandrier, L., Pansu, J., Zinger, L., Boyer, F., Coissac, E., Génin, A., … Thuiller, W. (2019). Environmental and biotic drivers of soil microbial β-diversity across spatial and phylogenetic scales. Ecography, 42(12), 2144-2156. https://doi.org/10.1111/ecog.04492
A process‐based model supports an association between dispersal and the prevalence of species traits in tropical reef fish assemblages
Donati, G. F. A., Parravicini, V., Leprieur, F., Hagen, O., Gaboriau, T., Heine, C., … Pellissier, L. (2019). A process‐based model supports an association between dispersal and the prevalence of species traits in tropical reef fish assemblages. Ecography, 42, 2095-2106. https://doi.org/10.1111/ecog.04537
Of niches and distributions: range size increases with niche breadth both globally and regionally but regional estimates poorly relate to global estimates
Kambach, S., Lenoir, J., Decocq, G., Welk, E., Seidler, G., Dullinger, S., … Bruelheide, H. (2019). Of niches and distributions: range size increases with niche breadth both globally and regionally but regional estimates poorly relate to global estimates. Ecography, 42(3), 467-477. https://doi.org/10.1111/ecog.03495
Climate‐driven shifts in the distribution of koala‐browse species from the Last Interglacial to the near future
Shabani, F., Ahmadi, M., Peters, K. J., Haberle, S., Champreux, A., Saltré, F., & Bradshaw, C. J. A. (2019). Climate‐driven shifts in the distribution of koala‐browse species from the Last Interglacial to the near future. Ecography, 42(9), 1587-1599. https://doi.org/10.1111/ecog.04530
Trait-dependent distributional shifts in fruiting of common British fungi
Gange, A. C., Heegaard, E., Boddy, L., Andrew, C., Kirk, P., Halvorsen, R., … Kauserud, H. (2018). Trait-dependent distributional shifts in fruiting of common British fungi. Ecography, 41(1), 51-61. https://doi.org/10.1111/ecog.03233
sOAR: a tool for modelling optimal animal life-history strategies in cyclic environments
Schaefer, M., Menz, S., Jeltsch, F., & Zurell, D. (2018). sOAR: a tool for modelling optimal animal life-history strategies in cyclic environments. Ecography, 41(3), 551-557. https://doi.org/10.1111/ecog.03328
Linking genetic and ecological differentiation in an ungulate with a circumpolar distribution
Yannic, G., Ortego, J., Pellissier, L., Lecomte, N., Bernatchez, L., & Côté, S. D. (2018). Linking genetic and ecological differentiation in an ungulate with a circumpolar distribution. Ecography, 41(6), 922-937. https://doi.org/10.1111/ecog.02995
Do joint species distribution models reliably detect interspecific interactions from co-occurrence data in homogenous environments?
Zurell, D., Pollock, L. J., & Thuiller, W. (2018). Do joint species distribution models reliably detect interspecific interactions from co-occurrence data in homogenous environments? Ecography, 41(11), 1812-1819. https://doi.org/10.1111/ecog.03315
Contrasting trait assembly patterns in plant and bird communities along environmental and human-induced land-use gradients
Concepción, E. D., Götzenberger, L., Nobis, M. P., de Bello, F., Obrist, M. K., & Moretti, M. (2017). Contrasting trait assembly patterns in plant and bird communities along environmental and human-induced land-use gradients. Ecography, 40(6), 753-763. https://doi.org/10.1111/ecog.02121
ecospat: an R package to support spatial analyses and modeling of species niches and distributions
Di Cola, V., Broennimann, O., Petitpierre, B., Breiner, F. T., D'Amen, M., Randin, C., … Guisan, A. (2017). ecospat: an R package to support spatial analyses and modeling of species niches and distributions. Ecography, 40(6), 774-787. https://doi.org/10.1111/ecog.02671
The community ecology of invasive species: where are we and what's next?
Gallien, L., & Carboni, M. (2017). The community ecology of invasive species: where are we and what's next? Ecography, 40(2), 335-352. https://doi.org/10.1111/ecog.02446
Climate drivers of bark beetle outbreak dynamics in Norway spruce forests
Marini, L., Økland, B., Jönsson, A. M., Bentz, B., Carroll, A., Forster, B., … Schroeder, M. (2017). Climate drivers of bark beetle outbreak dynamics in Norway spruce forests. Ecography, 40(12), 1426-1435. https://doi.org/10.1111/ecog.02769
 

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