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Published articles

2018

  • Hutchison, C., D. Gravel, F. Guichard, and C. Potvin. 2018. The effect of diversity on growth, mortality, and loss of resilience to extreme climate events in a long-running trophical planted forest experiment. Scientific Reports. Bibtex
  • Laigle, I., I. Aubin, C. Digel, U. Brose, I. Boulangeat, and D. Gravel. 2018. Species traits as drivers of food web structure. Oikos. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Grossman, J. J., M. Vanhellemont, N. Barsoum, J. Bauhus, H. Bruelheide, B. Castagneyrol, J. Cavender-Bares, N. Eisenhauer, O. Ferlian, D. Gravel, and others. 2018. Synthesis and future research directions linking tree diversity to growth, survival, and damage in a global network of tree diversity experiments. Environmental and Experimental Botany 152:68–89. Bibtex
  • Delmas, E., M. Besson, M.-H. Brice, L. A. Burkle, G. V. Dalla Riva, M.-J. Fortin, D. Gravel, P. R. Guimarães, D. H. Hembry, E. A. Newman, J. M. Olesen, M. M. Pires, J. D. Yeakel, and T. Poisot. 2018. Analysing ecological networks of species interactions. Biological Reviews 0. Bibtex DOI
  • Legagneux, P., N. Casajus, K. Cazelles, C. Chevallier, M. Chevrinais, L. Guéry, C. Jacquet, M. Jaffré, M.-J. Naud, F. Noisette, and others. 2018. Our House Is Burning: Discrepancy in Climate Change vs. Biodiversity Coverage in the Media as Compared to Scientific Literature. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 5:175. Bibtex
  • Godsoe, W., J. Jankowski, R. D. Holt, and D. Gravel. 2018. Which Coexistence Mechanisms Should Biogeographers Quantify? A Reply to Alexander et al. Trends in ecology & evolution 33:145–147. Bibtex
  • Galiana, N., M. Lurgi, B. Claramunt-López, M.-J. Fortin, S. Leroux, K. Cazelles, D. Gravel, and J. M. Montoya. 2018. The spatial scaling of species interaction networks. Nature ecology & evolution:1. Bibtex
  • Brousseau, P.-M., D. Gravel, and I. T. Handa. 2018. On the development of a predictive functional trait approach for studying terrestrial arthropods. Journal of Animal Ecology. Bibtex
  • Renaut, S., A. E. Budden, D. Gravel, T. Poisot, and P. Peres-Neto. 2018. Management, Archiving, and Sharing for Biologists and the Role of Research Institutions in the Technology-Oriented Age. BioScience 68:400–411. Bibtex
  • Nenzén, H. K., V. Martel, and D. Gravel. 2018. Can hyperparasitoids cause large-scale outbreaks of insect herbivores? Oikos. Bibtex
  • Mora, B. B., D. Gravel, L. J. Gilarranz, T. Poisot, and D. B. Stouffer. 2018. Identifying a common backbone of interactions underlying food webs from different ecosystems. Nature communications 9:2603. Bibtex
  • Besson, M., E. Delmas, T. Poisot, and D. Gravel. 2018. Complex Ecological Networks. Bibtex
  • Raymond-Léonard, L. J., D. Gravel, P. B. Reich, and I. T. Handa. 2018. Springtail community structure is influenced by functional traits but not biogeographic origin of leaf litter in soils of novel forest ecosystems. Proc. R. Soc. B 285:20180647. Bibtex
  • Ameztegui, A., K. A. Solarik, J. R. Parkins, D. Houle, C. Messier, and D. Gravel. 2018. Perceptions of climate change across the Canadian forest sector: The key factors of institutional and geographical environment. PloS one 13:e0197689. Bibtex
  • Boulangeat, I., J.-C. Svenning, T. Daufresne, M. Leblond, and D. Gravel. 2018. The transient response of ecosystems to climate change is amplified by trophic interactions. Oikos. Bibtex
  • Gravel, D., B. Baiser, J. A. Dune, J.-P. Kopelke, N. D. Martinez, T. Nyman, T. Poisot, D. B. Stouffer, J. M. Tylianakis, S. A. Wood, and others. 2018. Bringing Elton and Grinnell together: a quantitative framework to represent the biogeography of ecological interaction networks. Ecography:055558. Bibtex
  • Guzman, L. M., R. M. Germain, C. Forbes, S. Straus, M. I. O’Connor, D. Gravel, and D. S. Srivastava. 2018. Towards a multi-trophic extension of meta-community ecology. Ecology Letters. Bibtex
  • Solarik, K. A., R. Ouimet, Y. Bergeron, C. Messier, and D. Gravel. 2018. Local adaptation of trees at the range margins simpact range shifts in the face of climate change. Global Ecology and Biogeography. Bibtex
  • Eitzeiger, B., N. Abrego, E. Vesterinen, and D. Gravel. 2018. Assessing changes in arthropod predator-prey interactions through DNA-based gut content analysis. Molecular Ecology. Bibtex
  • Brousseau, P.-M., D. Gravel, and I. T. Handa. 2018. Trait matching and phylogeny as predictors of predator-prey interactions involving ground beetles. Functional Ecology. PDF Bibtex DOI

2017

  • Henning, J. A., C. Leppanen, J. Bush, K. S. Sheldon, N. Gotelli, D. Gravel, and S. Strauss. 2017. A Pioneering Adventure Becomes an Ecological Classic: The Arising and Established Researchers. The Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 98:270–276. Bibtex
  • Delmas, E., U. Brose, D. Gravel, D. B. Stouffer, and T. Poisot. 2017. Simulations of biomass dynamics in community food webs. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 8:881–886. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Massol, F., M. Dubart, V. Calcagno, K. Cazelles, C. Jacquet, S. Kéfi, and D. Gravel. 2017. Island Biogeography of Food Webs:183–262. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Beauchesne, D., P. Desjardins-Proulx, P. Archambault, and D. Gravel. 2017. Thinking outside the box - Predicting biotic interactions in data-poor environments. Vie et Milieu 66:333–342. PDF Bibtex
  • Jacquet, C., D. Mouillot, M. Kulbicki, and D. Gravel. 2017. Extensions of Island Biogeography Theory predict the scaling of functional trait composition with habitat area and isolation. Ecology Letters 20:135–146. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Aussenac, R., Y. Bergeron, C. Ghotsa Mekontchou, D. Gravel, K. Pilch, and I. Drobyshev. 2017. Intraspecific variability in growth response to environmental fluctuations modulates the stabilizing effect of species diversity on forest growth. Journal of Ecology 105:1010–1020. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Massol, F., F. Altermatt, I. Gounand, D. Gravel, M. A. Leibold, and N. Mouquet. 2017. How life-history traits affect ecosystem properties: effects of dispersal in meta-ecosystems. Oikos 126:532–546. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Talluto, M. V., I. Boulangeat, S. Vissault, W. Thuiller, and D. Gravel. 2017. Extinction debt and colonization credit delay range shifts of eastern North American trees. Nature Ecology & Evolution 1:0182. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Nenzén, H. K., P. Peres-Neto, and D. Gravel. 2017. More than Moran: Coupling statistical and simulation models to understand how defoliation spread andweather variation drive insect outbreak dynamics. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 07:1–10. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Poisot, T., C. Guéveneux-Julien, M. J. Fortin, D. Gravel, and P. Legendre. 2017. Hosts, parasites and their interactions respond to different climatic variables. Global Ecology and Biogeography 26:942–951. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Kopelke, J. P., T. Nyman, K. Cazelles, D. Gravel, S. Vissault, and T. Roslin. 2017. Food-web structure of willow-galling sawflies and their natural enemies across Europe. Ecology 98:1730. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Godsoe, W., J. Jankowski, R. D. Holt, and D. Gravel. 2017. Integrating Biogeography with Contemporary Niche Theory. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 32:488–499. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Desjardins-Proulx, P., I. Laigle, T. Poisot, and D. Gravel. 2017. Ecological interactions and the Netflix problem. PeerJ 5:e3644. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Pellissier, L., C. Albouy, J. Bascompte, N. Farwig, C. Graham, M. Loreau, M. A. Maglianesi, C. J. Melián, C. Pitteloud, T. Roslin, R. Rohr, S. Saavedra, W. Thuiller, G. Woodward, N. E. Zimmermann, and D. Gravel. 2017. Comparing species interaction networks along environmental gradients. Biological Reviews. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Ameztegui, A., A. Paquette, B. Shipley, M. Heym, C. Messier, and D. Gravel. 2017. Shade tolerance and the functional trait: demography relationship in temperate and boreal forests. Functional Ecology 31:821–830. Bibtex DOI
  • Nenzén, H. K., E. Filotas, P. Peres-Neto, and D. Gravel. 2017. Epidemiological landscape models reproduce cyclic insect outbreaks. Ecological Complexity 31:78–87. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Leroux, S. J., C. H. Albert, A. S. Lafuite, B. Rayfield, S. Wang, and D. Gravel. 2017. Structural uncertainty in models projecting the consequences of habitat loss and fragmentation on biodiversity. Ecography 40:36–47. PDF Bibtex DOI

2016

  • Gravel, D., B. Baiser, J. A. Dune, J.-P. Kopelke, N. D. Martinez, T. Nyman, T. Poisot, D. B. Stouffer, J. M. Tylianakis, S. A. Wood, and T. Roslin. 2016. Bringing Elton and Grinnell together: a quantitative framework to represent the biogeography of ecological interaction networks. bioRxiv. Bibtex DOI
  • Poisot, T., A. R. Cirtwill, K. Cazelles, D. Gravel, M. J. Fortin, and D. B. Stouffer. 2016. The structure of probabilistic networks. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 7:303–312. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Zander, A., D. Gravel, L. F. Bersier, and S. M. Gray. 2016. Top predators affect the composition of naive protist communities, but only in their early-successional stage. Oecologia 180:519–528. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Bartomeus, I., D. Gravel, J. M. Tylianakis, M. A. Aizen, I. A. Dickie, and M. Bernard-Verdier. 2016. A common framework for identifying rules across different types of interactions. Functional Ecology 10:1–40. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Talluto, M. V., I. Boulangeat, A. Ameztegui, I. Aubin, D. Berteaux, A. Butler, F. Doyon, C. R. Drever, M. J. Fortin, T. Franceschini, J. Liénard, D. Mckenney, K. A. Solarik, N. Strigul, W. Thuiller, and D. Gravel. 2016. Cross-scale integration of knowledge for predicting species ranges: A metamodelling framework. Global Ecology and Biogeography 25:238–249. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Hattab, T., F. Leprieur, F. Ben Rais Lasram, D. Gravel, F. L. Loc’h, and C. Albouy. 2016. Forecasting fine-scale changes in the food-web structure of coastal marine communities under climate change. Ecography:1–11. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Gravel, D., C. Albouy, and W. Thuiller. 2016. The meaning of functional trait composition of food webs for ecosystem functioning. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 371:20150268. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Tobner, C. M., A. Paquette, D. Gravel, P. B. Reich, L. J. Williams, and C. Messier. 2016. Functional identity is the main driver of diversity effects in young tree communities. Ecology Letters:1–10. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Cazelles, K., M. B. Araújo, N. Mouquet, and D. Gravel. 2016. A theory for species co-occurrence in interaction networks. Theoretical Ecology 9:39–48. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Gounand, I., S. Kéfi, N. Mouquet, and D. Gravel. 2016. Trait selection during food web assembly: the roles of interactions and temperature. Theoretical Ecology 9:417–429. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Nguyen, N. H., L. J. Williams, J. B. Vincent, A. Stefanski, J. Cavender-Bares, C. Messier, A. Paquette, D. Gravel, P. B. Reich, and P. G. Kennedy. 2016. Ectomycorrhizal fungal diversity and saprotrophic fungal diversity are linked to different tree community attributes in a field-based tree experiment. Molecular Ecology 25:4032–4046. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Solarik, K. A., D. Gravel, A. Ameztegui, Y. Bergeron, and C. Messier. 2016. Assessing tree germination resilience to global warming: a manipulative experiment using sugar maple (Acer saccharum). Seed Science Research 26:153–164. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Cazelles, K., N. Mouquet, D. Mouillot, and D. Gravel. 2016. On the integration of biotic interaction and environmental constraints at the biogeographical scale. Ecography 39:921–931. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Poisot, T., B. Baiser, J. A. Dunne, S. Kéfi, F. Massol, N. Mouquet, T. N. Romanuk, D. B. Stouffer, S. A. Wood, and D. Gravel. 2016. Mangal - making ecological network analysis simple. Ecography 39:384–390. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Parain, E. C., D. Gravel, R. P. Rohr, L. F. Bersier, and S. M. Gray. 2016. Mismatch in microbial food webs: predators but not prey perform better in their local biotic and abiotic conditions. Ecology and Evolution 6:4885–4897. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Beauchesne, D., C. Grant, D. Gravel, and P. Archambault. 2016. L’évaluation des impacts cumulés dans l’estuaire et le golfe du Saint-Laurent : vers une planification systémique de l’exploitation des ressources. Le Naturaliste canadien 140:45. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Gravel, D., F. Massol, and M. A. Leibold. 2016. Stability and complexity in model meta-ecosystems. Nature Communications 7:12457. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Jacquet, C., C. Moritz, L. Morissette, P. Legagneux, F. Massol, P. Archambault, and D. Gravel. 2016. No complexity–stability relationship in empirical ecosystems. Nature Communications 7:12573. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Gounand, I., T. Daufresne, D. Gravel, C. Bouvier, T. Bouvier, M. Combe, C. Gougat-Barbera, F. Poly, C. Torres-Barceló, and N. Mouquet. 2016. Size evolution in microorganisms masks trade-offs predicted by the growth rate hypothesis. Proc R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 283:20162272. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Leroux, S. J., D. Gravel, A.-S. Lafuite, B. Rayfield, S. Wang, and C. H. Albert. 2016. A statistical framework to model the consequences of habitat loss and fragmentation on biodiversity. Bibtex DOI
  • Zurell, D., W. Thuiller, J. Pagel, J. S. Cabral, T. Münkemüller, D. Gravel, S. Dullinger, S. Normand, K. H. Schiffers, K. A. Moore, and N. E. Zimmermann. 2016. Benchmarking novel approaches for modelling species range dynamics. Global change biology 22:2651–2664. PDF Bibtex DOI

2015

  • Matias, M. G., D. Gravel, M. Combe, T. Poisot, C. Barbera, M. Lounnas, T. Bouvier, and N. Mouquet. 2015. Bacteriophage richness reduces bacterial niche overlap in experimental microcosms. PeerJ 230313:1–17. Bibtex DOI
  • Morales-Castilla, I., M. G. Matias, D. Gravel, and M. B. Ara??jo. 2015. Inferring biotic interactions from proxies. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 30:347–356. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Gray, S. M., T. Poisot, E. Harvey, N. Mouquet, T. E. Miller, and D. Gravel. 2015. Temperature and trophic structure are driving microbial productivity along a biogeographical gradient. Ecography:1–9. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Warren, B. H., D. Simberloff, R. E. Ricklefs, R. Aguilée, F. L. Condamine, D. Gravel, H. Morlon, N. Mouquet, J. Rosindell, J. Casquet, E. Conti, J. Cornuault, J. M. Fernández-Palacios, T. Hengl, S. J. Norder, K. F. Rijsdijk, I. Sanmartín, D. Strasberg, K. A. Triantis, L. M. Valente, R. J. Whittaker, R. G. Gillespie, B. C. Emerson, and C. Thébaud. 2015. Islands as model systems in ecology and evolution: prospects fifty years after MacArthur-Wilson. Ecology Letters 18:200–217. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Poisot, T., D. Gravel, S. Leroux, S. A. Wood, M. J. J. Fortin, B. Baiser, A. R. Cirtwill, M. B. Araújo, D. B. Stouffer, M. B. Ara??jo, and D. B. Stouffer. 2015. Synthetic datasets and community tools for the rapid testing of ecological hypotheses. Ecography (Cop.). 39:402–408. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Mazel, F. A., J. Renaud, F. F. Guilhaumon, D. Mouillot, D. Gravel, and W. Thuiller. 2015. Mammalian phylogenetic diversity-area relationships at a continental scale. Ecology 96:150511123744006. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Lienard, J. F., D. Gravel, and N. S. Strigul. 2015. Data-intensive modeling of forest dynamics. Environ. Model. Softw. 67:138–148. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Moritz, C., D. Gravel, L. Savard, C. W. McKindsey, J. C. Brethes, and P. Archambault. 2015. No more detectable fishing effect on Northern Gulf of St Lawrence benthic invertebrates. ICES Journal of Marine Science 72:2457–2466. PDF Bibtex DOI

2014

  • Albouy, C., L. Velez, M. Coll, F. Colloca, F. F. Le Loc’h, D. Mouillot, and D. Gravel. 2014. From projected species distribution to food-web structure under climate change. Global Change Biology 20:730–741. Bibtex DOI
  • Canard, E. F., N. Mouquet, D. Mouillot, M. Stanko, D. Miklisova, and D. Gravel. 2014. Empirical evaluation of neutral interactions in host-parasite networks. The American naturalist 183:468–79. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Mazel, F., F. Guilhaumon, N. Mouquet, V. Devictor, D. Gravel, J. Renaud, M. V. Cianciaruso, R. Loyola, J. A. F. Diniz-Filho, D. Mouillot, and W. Thuiller. 2014. Multifaceted diversity-area relationships reveal global hotspots of mammalian species, trait and lineage diversity. Global Ecology and Biogeography 23:836–847. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Gravel, D., T. Poisot, and P. Desjardins-Proulx. 2014. Using neutral theory to reveal the contribution of meta-community processes to assembly in complex landscapes. Journal of Limnology 73:61–73. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Séguin, A., D. Gravel, and P. Archambault. 2014. Effect of disturbance regime on alpha and beta diversity of rock pools. Diversity 6:1–17. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Brousseau, P.-M., D. Gravel, and I. T. Handa. 2014. First Record In Canada of Onthophilus pluricostatus LeConte (Coleoptera: Histeridae) and a New Mention for the Rare Species Lordithon niger (Gravenhorst) (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae). The Coleopterists Bulletin 68:343–344. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Poisot, T. E., B. Baiser, J. a Dunne, S. Kefi, F. Massol, N. Mouquet, T. N. Romanuk, D. B. Stouffer, S. a Wood, and D. Gravel. 2014. mangal - making ecological network analysis simpler. bioRxiv:2634. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Snell, R. S., A. Huth, J. E. M. S. Nabel, G. Bocedi, J. M. J. Travis, D. Gravel, H. Bugmann, a. G. Gutiérrez, T. Hickler, S. I. Higgins, B. Reineking, M. Scherstjanoi, N. Zurbriggen, and H. Lischke. 2014. Using dynamic vegetation models to simulate plant range shifts. Ecography 37:1184–1197. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Svenning, J.-C. C., D. Gravel, R. D. Holt, F. M. Schurr, W. Thuiller, T. Münkemüller, K. H. Schiffers, S. Dullinger, T. C. Edwards, T. Hickler, S. I. Higgins, J. E. M. S. Nabel, J. Pagel, and S. Normand. 2014. The influence of interspecific interactions on species range expansion rates. Ecography 37:1198–1209. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Séguin, A., É. Harvey, P. Archambault, C. Nozais, and D. Gravel. 2014. Body size as a predictor of species loss effect on ecosystem functioning. Nature 4:4616. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Poisot, T., D. B. Stouffer, and D. Gravel. 2014. Beyond species: why ecological interactions vary through space and time. Oikos 124:243–251. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Thuiller, W., T. Munkemuller, K. H. Schiffers, D. Georges, S. Dullinger, V. M. Eckhart, T. C. Edwards, D. Gravel, G. Kunstler, C. Merow, K. Moore, C. Piedallu, S. Vissault, N. E. Zimmermann, D. Zurell, and F. M. Schurr. 2014. Does probability of occurrence relate to population dynamics? Ecography 37:1155–1166. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Legagneux, P., G. Gauthier, N. Lecomte, N. M. Schmidt, D. Reid, M. C. Cadieux, D. Berteaux, J. Bêty, C. J. Krebs, R. A. Ims, N. G. Yoccoz, R. I. G. Morrison, S. J. Leroux, M. Loreau, and D. Gravel. 2014. Arctic ecosystem structure and functioning shaped by climate and herbivore body size. Nature Climate Change E2168:1–5. Bibtex DOI
  • Poisot, T., and D. Gravel. 2014. When is an ecological network complex? Connectance drives degree distribution and emerging network properties. PeerJ 2:e251. Bibtex DOI
  • Gounand, I., N. Mouquet, E. Canard, F. Guichard, C. Hauzy, and D. Gravel. 2014. The Paradox of Enrichment in Metaecosystems. The American Naturalist 184:752–763. PDF Bibtex DOI

2013

  • Desjardins-Proulx, P., E. P. White, J. J. Adamson, K. Ram, T. Poisot, and D. Gravel. 2013. The Case for Open Preprints in Biology. PLoS Biology 11:3–7. Bibtex DOI
  • Loreau, M., T. Daufresne, A. Gonzalez, D. Gravel, F. Guichard, S. J. Leroux, N. Loeuille, F. Massol, and N. Mouquet. 2013. Unifying sources and sinks in ecology and Earth sciences. Biological Reviews 88:365–379. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Thuiller, W., T. Münkemüller, S. Lavergne, D. Mouillot, N. Mouquet, K. Schiffers, and D. Gravel. 2013. A road map for integrating eco-evolutionary processes into biodiversity models. Ecology Letters 16:94–105. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Poisot, T., R. C. P. Mounce, and D. Gravel. 2013. Moving toward a sustainable ecological science: don’t let data go to waste! Ideas in Ecology and Evolution 6:11–19. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Harvey, E., A. Séguin, C. Nozais, P. Archambault, D. Gravel, A. Seguin, C. Nozais, P. Archambault, and D. Gravel. 2013. Identity effects dominate the impacts of multiple species extinctions on the functioning of complex food webs. Ecology 94:169–179. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Matias, M. G., D. Gravel, F. F. Guilhaumon, P. Desjardins-Proulx, M. Loreau, T. Münkemüller, N. Mouquet, T. M??nkem??ller, and N. Mouquet. 2013. Estimates of species extinctions from species-area relationships strongly depend on ecological context. Ecography 37:1–12. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Poisot, T., B. Péquin, and D. Gravel. 2013. High-Throughput Sequencing: A Roadmap Toward Community Ecology. Ecol. Evol. 3:1125–1139. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Tobner, C. M., A. Paquette, P. B. Reich, D. Gravel, and C. Messier. 2013. Advancing biodiversity-ecosystem functioning science using high-density tree-based experiments over functional diversity gradients. Oecologia 174:609–621. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Gravel, D., T. Poisot, C. Albouy, L. Velez, and D. Mouillot. 2013. Inferring food web structure from predator-prey body size relationships. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 4:1083–1090. Bibtex DOI
  • Poisot, T., N. Mouquet, and D. Gravel. 2013. Trophic complementarity drives the biodiversity-ecosystem functioning relationship in food webs. Ecology Letters 16:853–861. Bibtex DOI
  • Mouquet, N., D. Gravel, F. Massol, and V. Calcagno. 2013. Extending the concept of keystone species to communities and ecosystems. Ecology Letters 16:1–8. Bibtex DOI
  • Moritz, C., M. Lévesque, D. Gravel, S. Vaz, D. Archambault, and P. Archambault. 2013. Modelling spatial distribution of epibenthic communities in the Gulf of St. Lawrence (Canada). Journal of Sea Research 78:75–84. Bibtex DOI
  • Ai, D., D. Gravel, C. Chu, and G. Wang. 2013. Spatial Structures of the Environment and of Dispersal Impact Species Distribution in Competitive Metacommunities. PLoS ONE 8:e68927. PDF Bibtex DOI

2012

  • Gravel, D., T. Bell, C. Barbera, M. Combe, T. Pommier, and N. Mouquet. 2012. Phylogenetic constraints on ecosystem functioning. Nature Communications 3:1117. Bibtex DOI
  • Boulangeat, I., D. Gravel, and W. Thuiller. 2012. Accounting for dispersal and biotic interactions to disentangle the drivers of species distributions and their abundances. Ecology Letters 15:584–593. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Canard, E., N. Mouquet, L. Marescot, K. J. Gaston, D. Gravel, and D. Mouillot. 2012. Emergence of structural patterns in neutral trophic networks. PLoS ONE 7:1–8. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Münkemüller, T., F. de Bello, C. N. Meynard, D. Gravel, S. Lavergne, D. Mouillot, N. Mouquet, and W. Thuiller. 2012. From diversity indices to community assembly processes: a test with simulated data. Ecography (Cop.). 35:468–480. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Poisot, T., E. Canard, D. Mouillot, N. Mouquet, and D. Gravel. 2012. The dissimilarity of species interaction networks. Ecology Letters 15:1353–1361. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Desjardins-Proulx, P., and D. Gravel. 2012. How likely is speciation in neutral ecology? The American naturalist 179:137–44. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Mouquet, N., V. Devictor, C. N. Meynard, F. Munoz, L. F. Bersier, J. Chave, P. Couteron, A. Dalecky, C. Fontaine, D. Gravel, O. J. Hardy, F. Jabot, S. Lavergne, M. Leibold, D. Mouillot, T. Münkemüller, S. Pavoine, A. Prinzing, A. S. L. Rodrigues, R. P. Rohr, E. Thébault, and W. Thuiller. 2012. Ecophylogenetics: Advances and perspectives. Biological Reviews 87:769–785. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Desjardins-Proulx, P., and D. Gravel. 2012. A complex speciation-richness relationship in a simple neutral model. Ecology and Evolution 2:1781–1790. PDF Bibtex DOI

2011

  • Gravel, D., E. Canard, F. Guichard, and N. Mouquet. 2011. Persistence increases with diversity and connectance in trophic metacommunities. PLoS ONE 6:e19374. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Gravel, D., M. Beaudet, and C. Messier. 2011. Sapling age structure and growth series reveal a shift in recruitment dynamics of sugar maple and American beech over the last 40 years. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 41:873–880. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Gravel, D., T. Bell, C. Barbera, T. Bouvier, T. Pommier, P. Venail, and N. Mouquet. 2011. Experimental niche evolution alters the strength of the diversity–productivity relationship. Nature 469:89–92. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Gravel, D., F. Guichard, and M. E. Hochberg. 2011. Species coexistence in a variable world. Ecology Letters 14:828–839. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Massol, F., D. Gravel, N. Mouquet, M. W. Cadotte, T. Fukami, and M. A. Leibold. 2011. Linking community and ecosystem dynamics through spatial ecology. Ecology Letters 14:313–323. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Gravel, D., F. Massol, E. Canard, D. Mouillot, and N. Mouquet. 2011. Trophic theory of island biogeography. Ecol. Lett. 14:1010–1016. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Messier, C., N. Bélanger, J. Brisson, M. J. Lechowicz, and D. Gravel. 2011. Comment on “Present-day expansion of American beech in northeastern hardwood forests: Does soil base status matter?”Appears in Can. J. For. Res. 39 : 2273–2282 (2009). Canadian Journal of Forest Research 41:649–653. PDF Bibtex DOI

2010

  • Gravel, D., F. Guichard, M. Loreau, and N. Mouquet. 2010. Source and sink dynamics in meta-ecosystems. Ecology 91:2172–2184. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Gravel, D., N. Mouquet, M. Loreau, and F. Guichard. 2010. Patch dynamics, persistence, and species coexistence in metaecosystems. The American naturalist 176:289–302. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Gravel, D., M. Beaudet, and C. Messier. 2010. Large-scale synchrony of gap dynamics and the distribution of understory tree species in maple-beech forests. Oecologia 162:153–161. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Gravel, D., C. D. Canham, M. Beaudet, and C. Messier. 2010. Shade tolerance, canopy gaps and mechanisms of coexistence of forest trees. Oikos 119:475–484. PDF Bibtex DOI

2009

2008

  • Gravel, D., M. Beaudet, and C. Messier. 2008. Partitioning the factors of spatial variation in regeneration density of shade-tolerant tree species. Ecology 89:2879–88. PDF Bibtex

2007

  • Beaudet, M., J. Brisson, D. Gravel, and C. Messier. 2007. Effect of a major canopy disturbance on the coexistence of Acer saccharum and Fagus grandifolia in the understorey of an old-growth forest. Journal of Ecology 95:458–467. PDF Bibtex DOI
  • Beaudet, M., J. Brisson, C. Messier, and D. Gravel. 2007. Effect of a major ice storm on understory light conditions in an old-growth Acer-Fagus forest: Pattern of recovery over seven years. Forest Ecology and Management 242:553–557. PDF Bibtex DOI

2006

  • Gravel, D., C. D. Canham, M. Beaudet, and C. Messier. 2006. Reconciling niche and neutrality: The continuum hypothesis. Ecology Letters 9:399–409. Bibtex DOI