Peer-reviewed articles

up-to-date list in google scholar

  1. Bernard-Verdier, M. & Hulme, P.E. 2019. Alien plants can be associated with a decrease in local and regional native richness even when at low abundance. Journal of Ecology. (Early view) accepted version
  2. Adair, K.L., Lindgreen, S., Poole, A.M., Young, L.M., Bernard-Verdier, M., Wardle, D.A. & Tylianakis, J.M. 2019. Above and belowground community strategies respond to different global change drivers. Scientific Reports 9: 2540.
  3. Hulme, P.E. & Bernard-Verdier, M. 2018. Comparing traits of native and alien plants: Can we do better? Functional Ecology 32: 117–125.
  4. 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: 348–355.
  5. 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: 1770–1783.
  6. Bartomeus, I., Gravel, D., Tylianakis, J.M., Aizen, M.A., Dickie, I.A. & Bernard-Verdier, M. 2016. A common framework for identifying linkage rules across different types of interactions. Functional Ecology 30: 1894–1903. pdf
  7. Hulme, P.E., Bernard-Verdier, M., Bufford, J.L. & Godsoe, W. 2015. Rapid Anthropocene Speciation Reveals Pull of the Recent: A Response to Thomas. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 30: 635–636. pdf
  8. Bernard-Verdier, M. & Hulme, P.E. 2015. Alien and native plant species play different roles in plant community structure (ed Y Buckley). Journal of Ecology 102: 143–152. pdf
  9. Flores, O., Garnier, E., Wright, I.J., Reich, P.B., Pierce, S., Dìaz, S., Pakeman, R.J.R.J., Rusch, G.M.G.M., Bernard-Verdier, M., et al. 2014. An evolutionary perspective on leaf economics: phylogenetics of leaf mass per area in vascular plants. Ecology and Evolution 4: 2799–2811. pdf
  10. Barkaoui, K., Bernard-Verdier, M. & Navas, M.-L. 2013. Questioning the Reliability of the Point Intercept Method for Assessing Community Functional Structure in Low-Productive and Highly Diverse Mediterranean Grasslands. Folia Geobotanica 48: 393–414. pdf
  11. Bernard-Verdier, M., Flores, O., Navas, M.-L. & Garnier, E. 2013. Partitioning phylogenetic and functional diversity into alpha and beta components along an environmental gradient in a Mediterranean rangeland (ed F de Bello). Journal of Vegetation Science 24: 877–889. pdf
  12. Bernard-Verdier, M., Navas, M.-L., Vellend, M., Violle, C., Fayolle, A. & Garnier, E. 2012. Community assembly along a soil depth gradient: contrasting patterns of plant trait convergence and divergence in a Mediterranean rangeland. Journal of Ecology 100: 1422–1433. pdf

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