Publications

Peer-reviewed articles

up-to-date list in google scholar

  1. Maud Bernard-Verdier & Philip E. Hulme. Alien plants can be associated with a decrease in local and regional native richness even when at low abundances. Journal of Ecology (accepted)
  2. Hulme, P. E. & Bernard‐verdier, M. (2018). Evaluating differences in the shape of native and alien plant trait distributions will bring new insights into invasions of plant communities. Journal of Vegetation Science, 29(2), 348-355.
  3. Segrestin, J., Bernard‐Verdier, M., Violle, C., Richarte, J., Navas, M. L., & Garnier, E. (2018). When is the best time to flower and disperse? A comparative analysis of plant reproductive phenology in the Mediterranean. Functional Ecology, 32:7, 1770-1783.
  4. Philip E. Hulme & Maud Bernard-Verdier (2017) Comparing traits of native and alien plants: can we do better? Functional Ecology, 1–9 (Early View). link
  5. Ignacio Bartomeus, Dominique Gravel, Jason M. Tylianakis, Marcelo A. Aizen, Ian A. Dickie, Maud Bernard-Verdier. A common framework for identifying linkage rules across different types of interactions. (2016) Functional Ecology. link
  6. Philip E. Hulme, Maud Bernard-Verdier, Jennifer L. Bufford, William Godsoe. Rapid Anthropocene speciation reveals Pull of the Recent: A Response to Thomas. (2015) Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 30, 635–636. link
  7. Maud Bernard-Verdier & Philip E. Hulme. Alien and native plant species play different roles in plant community structure. (2015) Journal of Ecology, 103: 143–152. link
  8. Flores O., Garnier E., Wright I. J., Reich P. B., Pierce S., Dìaz S., Pakeman R. J., Rusch G. M., Bernard-Verdier M., Testi B., Bakker J., Bekker R. M., Cerabolini B. E. L., Ceriani R. M., Cornu G., Cruz P., Delcamp M., Dolezal J., Eriksson O., Fayolle A., Freitas H., Golodets C., Gourlet-Fleury S., Hodgson J. G., Brusa G., Kleyer M., Kunzmann D., Lavorel S., Papanastasis V. P., Pérez-Harguindeguy N., Vendramini F., Weiher E. An evolutionary perspective on leaf economics in vascular plants: phylogenetic patterns in specific leaf mass (2013) Ecology & Evolution, 4:14 2799–811. link
  9. Karim Barkaoui, Maud Bernard-Verdier, and Marie-Laure Navas. Revisiting the reliability of the point-intercept method for assessing species diversity in complex Mediterranean grasslands (2013) Folia Geobotanica, 48:3, 393-414. link
  10. Maud Bernard-Verdier, Olivier Flores, Marie-Laure Navas and Eric Garnier. Partitioning phylogenetic and functional diversity into alpha and beta components along an environmental gradient in Mediterranean rangelands (2013) Journal of Vegetation Science, 24:5 877–889. link
  11. Maud Bernard-Verdier, Marie-Laure Navas, Mark Vellend, Cyrille Violle, Adeline Fayolle, and Eric Garnier. Community assembly along a soil depth gradient: contrasting patterns of plant trait convergence and divergence in Mediterranean rangelands (2012). Journal of Ecology, 100:6, 1422-1433. link

Dissertations :

Structure et assemblage des communautés herbacées de parcours des Grands Causses : approche fonctionnelle, phylogénétique et phénologique (2012). PhD thesis. Université Montpellier II, Montpellier, France. pdf

Histoire évolutive de deux traits fonctionnels de plantes : analyse comparative phylogénétique inter-espèces de la surface spécifique foliaire et de la teneur en matière sèche foliaire chez les plantes vasculaires terrestres (2008). MSc second year dissertation, Université Orsay-Paris XI   pdf (in French)

Adjusting Granier’s (1985) heat-probe method of sapflow measurement for the rubber tree (Hevea brasiliensis), MSc first year dissertation, Université Orsay-Paris XI  (2006) pdf