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Geographical variation in the trait-based assembly patterns of multitrophic invertebrate communities

Diane S. Srivastava, A. Andrew M. MacDonald, Valério D. Pillar, Pavel Kratina, Vanderlei J. Debastiani, Laura Melissa Guzman, M. Kurtis Trzcinski, Olivier Dézerald, Ignacio M. Barberis, Paula M. De Omena, Gustavo Q. Romero, Fabiola Ospina Bautista, Nicholas A. C. Marino, Céline Leroy, Vinicius F. Farjalla, Barbara A. Richardson, Ana Z. Gonçalves, Bruno Corbara, Jana S. Petermann, Michael J. Richardson, Michael C. Melnychuk, Merlijn Jocqué, Jacqueline T. Ngai, Stanislas Talaga, Gustavo C. O. Piccoli … & Régis Céréghino
It has been argued that the mechanisms structuring ecological communities may be more generalizable when based on traits than on species identities. If so, patterns in the assembly of community-level traits along environmental gradients should be similar in different places in the world. Alternatively, geographic change in the species pool and regional variation in climate might result in site-specific relationships between community traits and local environments. These competing hypotheses are particularly untested for animal communities....

Apprentissage et construction territoriale : une dynamique d’agencement ? : Le cas d’un territoire picard

Charles Lenay, Hugues Choplin, Frédéric Huet & Pergia Gkouskou-Giannakou
Comment penser la dynamique d’apprentissage d’un territoire sans la réduire soit à une agrégation d’apprentissages isolés d’acteurs soit à une capacité propre du territoire lui-même ? Le cadre théorique proposé repose sur le concept d’agencement, défini comme une mise en relation d’éléments hétérogènes : supports techniques, collectifs d’acteurs et espace-temps. Ce concept d’agencement permet d’appréhender une dynamique conjuguant, ou relevant d’un double compromis, entre ordre et désordre d’une part et entre apprentissage d’acteurs et construction...

Supplementary Data - The Paris Biota decapod (Arthropoda) fauna and the diversity of Triassic decapods

Christopher Smith, Charbonnier Sylvain, James Jenks, Kevin Bylund, Gilles Escarguel, Nicolas Olivier, Emmanuel Fara & Arnaud Brayard
We describe here the early Spathian (Early Triassic) Paris Biota decapod fauna from the western USA basin. This fauna contains two taxa of Aegeridae (Dendobranchiata), namely Anisaeger longirostrus n. sp. and Aeger sp. that are the oldest known representatives of their family, thus extending its temporal range by 5 Myr back into the Early Triassic. This fauna also includes two representatives of Glypheida (Pleocyemata) with Litogaster turnbullensis Schram, 1971 and Pemphix krumenackeri n. sp., comforting...

La vulnérabilité physique au changement climatique comparée des petites îles du Sud-Ouest de l’océan Indien

Goujon Michaël, Jean-François Hoarau & Olivier Santoni
The objective of this paper is to synthetically assess the vulnerability of small island economies (SIEs) to the consequences of climate change. We use a composite indicator of physical vulnerability to climate change (PVCCI), developed at Ferdi, which we apply to a large sample of 250 economies, including 100 sovereign or affiliated SIEs. Our results show that SEIs are structurally exposed to the consequences of climate change but in a heterogeneous way. An illustration of...

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