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  • Christin, P. A., Edwards, E. J., Besnard, G., S., B., Gregory, R., Kellogg, E. A., Hartwell, J. & Osborne, C. P. 2012. Adaptive evolution of C4 photosynthesis through recurrent lateral gene transfer. Current Biology, 22, 445-449.
    Mots-clés : DEEP, NOCEB, NOTUL.

  • Laurance, W. F., Useche, D. C., Rendeiro, J., Kalka, M., Bradshaw, C. J. A., Sloan, S. P., Laurance, S. G., Campbell, M., Abernethy, K., Alvarez, P., Arroyo-Rodriguez, V., Ashton, P., Benitez-Malvido, J., Blom, A., Bobo, K. S., Cannon, C. H., Cao, M., Carroll, R., Chapman, C., Coates, R., Cords, M., Danielsen, F., De Dijn, B., Dinerstein, E., Donnelly, M. A., Edwards, D., Edwards, F., Farwig, N., Fashing, P., Forget, P. - M., Foster, M., Gale, G., Harris, D., Harrison, R., Hart, J., Karpanty, S., Kress, W. J., Krishnaswamy, J., Logsdon, W., Lovett, J., Magnusson, W., Maisels, F., Marshall, A. R., McClearn, D., Mudappa, D., Nielsen, M. R., Pearson, R., Pitman, N., van der Ploeg, J., Plumptre, A., Poulsen, J., Quesada, M., Rainey, H., Robinson, D., Roetgers, C., Rovero, F., Scatena, F., Schulze, C., Sheil, D., Struhsaker, T., Terborgh, J., Thomas, D., Timm, R., Urbina-Cardona, J. N., Vasudevan, K., Wright, S. J., Arias-G, J. C., Arroyo, L., Ashton, M., Auzel, P., Babaasa, D., Babweteera, F., Baker, P., Banki, O., Bass, M., Bila-Isia, I., Blake, S., Brockelman, W., Brokaw, N., Bruehl, C. A., Bunyavejchewin, S., Chao, J. - T., Chave, J., Chellam, R., Clark, C. J., Clavijo, J., Congdon, R., Corlett, R., Dattaraja, H. S., Dave, C., Davies, G., Beisiegel, B. de M., da Silva, R. de N., Di Fiore, A., Diesmos, A., Dirzo, R., Doran-Sheehy, D., Eaton, M., Emmons, L. & Estrada, A. 2012. Averting biodiversity collapse in tropical forest protected areas. Nature, 489, 290-294.
    Résumé : The rapid disruption of tropical forests probably imperils global biodiversity more than any other contemporary phenomenon(1-3). With deforestation advancing quickly, protected areas are increasingly becoming final refuges for threatened species and natural ecosystem processes. However, many protected areas in the tropics are themselves vulnerable to human encroachment and other environmental stresses(4-9). As pressures mount, it is vital to know whether existing reserves can sustain their biodiversity. A critical constraint in addressing this question has been that data describing a broad array of biodiversity groups have been unavailable for a sufficiently large and representative sample of reserves. Here we present a uniquely comprehensive data set on changes over the past 20 to 30 years in 31 functional groups of species and 21 potential drivers of environmental change, for 60 protected areas stratified across the world's major tropical regions. Our analysis reveals great variation in reserve 'health': about half of all reserves have been effective or performed passably, but the rest are experiencing an erosion of biodiversity that is often alarmingly widespread taxonomically and functionally. Habitat disruption, hunting and forest-product exploitation were the strongest predictors of declining reserve health. Crucially, environmental changes immediately outside reserves seemed nearly as important as those inside in determining their ecological fate, with changes inside reserves strongly mirroring those occurring around them. These findings suggest that tropical protected areas are often intimately linked ecologically to their surrounding habitats, and that a failure to stem broad-scale loss and degradation of such habitats could sharply increase the likelihood of serious biodiversity declines.
    Mots-clés : CEBA, DEEP, NOTUL.
  • Sih, A., Cote, J., Evans, M., Fogarty, S. & Pruitt, J. 2012. Ecological implications of behavioral syndromes. Ecology Letters, 15, 278-289.
    Mots-clés : EVEC, NOCEB, NOTUL.
  • Saatchi, S., Ulander, L., Williams, M., Quegan, S., Le Toan, T., Shugart, H. & Chave, J. 2012. Forest biomass and the science of inventory from space. Nature Climate Change, 2, 826-827.
  • Quéméré, E., Amelot, X., Pierson, J., Crouau-Roy, B. & Chikhi, L. 2012. Genetic data suggest a natural prehuman origin of open habitats in northern Madagascar and question the deforestation narrative in this region. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 109, 13028-13033.
    Mots-clés : DEEP, NOCEB, TULIP.
  • Le Clec'h, W., Braquart-Varnier, C., Raimond, M., Ferdy, J. - B., Bouchon, D. & Sicard, M. 2012. High Virulence of Wolbachia after Host Switching: When Autophagy Hurts. PLoS Pathogens, 8, e1002844.
    Mots-clés : EVEC, NOCEB, NOTUL.
  • Paine, C. E. T., Norden, N., Chave, J., Forget, P. M., Fortunel, C., Dexter, K. G. & Baraloto, C. 2012. Phylogenetic density dependence and environmental filtering predict seedling mortality in a tropical forest. Ecology Letters, 15, 34-41.
  • Rey, O., Estoup, A., Vonshak, M., Loiseau, A., Blanchet, S., Calcaterra, L., Chifflet, L., Rossi, J. P., Kergoat, G., Foucaud, J., Orivel, J., Leponce, M., Schultz, T. & Facon, B. 2012. Where do adaptive shifts occur during invasion? A multidisciplinary approach to unravelling cold adaptation in a tropical ant species invading the Mediterranean area. Ecology Letters, 15, 1266-1275.
    Mots-clés : AQUAECO, CEBA, NOTUL.
  • Legrand, D., Guillaume, O., Baguette, M., Cote, J., Trochet, A., Calvez, O., Zajitschek, S., Zajitschek, F., Lecomte, J., Bénard, Q., Le Galliard, J. - F. & Clobert, J. 2012. The Metatron: an experimental system to study dispersal and metaecosystems for terrestrial organisms. Nature Methods, 9, 828-833.
    Mots-clés : EVEC, NOCEB, TULIP.
  • Vasseur, E., Boniotto, M., Patin, E., Laval, G., Quach, H., Manry, J., Crouau-Roy, B. & Quintana-Murci, L. 2012. The Evolutionary Landscape of Cytosolic Microbial Sensors inHumans. American Journal of Human Genetics, 91, 27-37.
    Mots-clés : DEEP, NOCEB, NOTUL.

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