Publications

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  • Valverde S, Piñero J, Corominas B, Montoya JM, Joppa L, Solé R. 2017. The architecture of mutualistic networks is an evolutionary spandrel. Nature Ecology and Evolution. (in press).
  • Vallina S, Cermeño P, Dutkiewicz S, Loreau M, Montoya JM. 2017. Phytoplankton functional diversity increases ecosystem productivity and stability. Ecological Modelling. 361: 184-196. [Online version] [PDF]
  • Astudillo C, Jompa J, Glasi B, Bell J, Webster N, Montoya JM, Taylor M. 2017. Evaluating the core microbiota in complex communities: a systematic investigation. Environmental Microbiology. (in press). [Online version] [PDF]
  • Brose U, Blanchard JL, Eklof A, Galiana N, Al. . 2016. Predicting the consequences of species loss using size-structured biodiversity approaches. Biological Reviewes. (online early). [Online version] [PDF]
  • Wallach A, Dekker AH, Lurgi M, Montoya JM, Fordhman DA, Ritchie EG. 2016. Trophic cascades in 3D: network analysis reveals how apex predators structure ecosystems. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. (online early). [Online version]
  • Donohue I, Hillebrand H, Montoya JM, Petchey OL, Pimm SL, Fowler M, Healy K, Jackson AL, Lurgi M, McClean D and others. 2016. Navigating the complexity of ecological stability. Ecology Letters. 19: 1172–1185. [PDF]
  • Thomas T, Moitinho-Silva L, Lurgi M, Björk JR, ) , Montoya JM, Hentschel U, Webster N. 2016. Global Sponge Microbiome: Diversity, structure and convergent evolution of symbiont communities across the phylum Porifera. Nature Communications(7): 11870. [PDF]
  • Boham DA, Landuyt D, Ma A, Macfadyen S, Martinet V, Massol F, McInerny G, Montoya JM, Mulder C, Pascual U and others. 2016. Networking our way to better Ecosystem Service provision. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 31(2): 105-115. [Online version] [PDF]
  • Montoya JM, Galiana N. 2016. Integrating biogeography and ecological networks. In: Moore J, Ruiter PD editors. Academic Press.
  • Montoya JM. 2015. Dynamics of indirect extinction. Current Biology(25): R1129-R1131. [PDF]
  • Yvon-Durocher G, Allen AP, Cellamare M, Dossena M, Gaston KJ, Leitao M, Montoya JM, Reuman DC, Woodward G, Trimmer M. 2015. Five years of experimental warming increases the biodiversity and productivity of phytoplankton communities. PLoS Biology. 12(13): e1002324. [PDF]


    - Extensive commentary in PLoS Biology

  • Lurgi M, Montoya D, Montoya JM. 2015. The effects of space and diversity of interaction types on the stability of complex ecological networks. Theoretical Ecology. [PDF]
  • Lurgi M, Galiana N, López BC, Joppa L, Montoya JM. 2014. Network complexity and species traits mediate the effects of biological invasions on dynamic food webs. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. 2: 36.
  • Vallina S, Follows MJ, Dutkievicz S, Montoya JM, Cermeño P, Loreau M. 2014. Global relationship between phytoplankton diversity and productivity in the ocean. Nature Communications. 5: 4299. [Online version] [PDF]
  • Galiana N, Lurgi M, Montoya JM, Lopez BC. 2014. Invasions cause biodiversity loss and community simplification in vertebrate food webs. Oikos. 123: 721-728. [Online version] [PDF]
  • Björk J, Diez-Vives C, Coma R, Ribes M, Montoya JM. 2013. Specificity and temporal dynamics of complex bacteria-sponge symbiotic interactions. Ecology. 94: 2781-2791. [Online version] [PDF]
  • Donohue I, Petchey O, Montoya JM, Jackson A, McNally L, Viana M, Healy K, Lurgi M, O'Connor N, Emmerson ME. 2013. On the dimensionality of ecological stability. Ecology Letters. 16: 421-429. [Online version] [PDF]

     

    - Faculty of 1000 recommended article (see here)

  • Brose U, Dunne JA, Montoya JM, Petchey OL, Schneider FD, Jacob U. 2012. Climate change in size-structured ecosystems. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B. 367: 2903-2912. [Online version] [PDF]
  • Montoya JM. 2012. From isolation to the matrix: toward a coherent food web theory. Ecology. Book review(93): 2501-2502. [PDF]
  • Lurgi M, Lopez BC, Montoya JM. 2012. Climate change impacts on body size distribution and food web structure in mountain ecosystems. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences. 367(1605): 3050-3057. [PDF]
  • Lurgi M, Lopez BC, Montoya JM. 2012. Novel communities from climate change. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences. 367: 2913-2922. [Online version] [PDF]
  • Yvon-Durocher G, Caffrey JM, Cescatti A, Dossena M, Del Giorgio P, Gasol JM, Montoya JM, Pumpanen J, Staehr PA, Trimmer M and others. 2012. Reconciling differences in the temperature-dependence of ecosystem respiration across time scales and ecosystem types. Nature. 487: 472-476. [Online version] [PDF]

     

    - Faculty of 1000 "must read" article

    Supplementary information

    - Science Daily (news article)

    - Environmental Research Web article

    - CSIC commentary

    - Agencia SYNC commentary (in spanish)

    - Diari El Punt/Avui (in catalan)

     

  • Dossena M, Yvon-Durocher G, Grey J, Montoya JM, Perkins D, Trimmer M. 2012. Warming alters community size structure and ecosystem functioning. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 279: 3011-3019. [PDF]
  • Kissling D, Dormann CF, Groeneveld J, Hickler T, Kühn I, McInerny GJ, Montoya JM, Römermann C, Schiffers K, Schurr FM and others. 2012. Towards novel approaches to modelling biotic interactions in multispecies assemblages at large spatial extents. Journal of Biogeography (in press). [Online version] [PDF]
  • Yvon-Durocher G, Montoya JM, Trimmer M, Woodward G. 2011. Warming alters the size spectrum and shifts the distribution of biomass in freshwater ecosystems. Global Change Biology. 17(4): 1681-1694. [PDF]
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