Étienne Laliberté – publications

Publications principales

  • Birnbaum, C., A. Bissett, F.P. Teste et E. Laliberté. 2018. Symbiotic N2-fixer community composition, but not diversity, shifts in nodules of a single host legume across a 2-million-year dune chronosequence. Microbial Ecology, 1-12.
  • Turner, B.L., P.E. Hayes et E. Laliberté. 2018. A climosequence of chronosequences in southwestern Australia. European Journal of Soil Science, 69 (1): 69-85.
  • Laliberté, E., P. Kardol, R.K. Didham, F.P. Teste, B.L. Turner et D.A. Wardle. 2017. Soil fertility shapes belowground food webs across a regional climate gradient. Ecology Letters, 20: 1273-1284.
  • Png, G.K., B.L. Turner, F.E. Albornoz, P.E. Hayes, H. Lambers et E. Laliberté. 2017. Greater root phosphatase activity in nitrogen-fixing rhizobial but not actinorhizal plants with declining phosphorus availability. Journal of Ecology: doi:10.1111/1365-2745.12758.
  • Teste, F.P., P. Kardol, B.L. Turner, D.A. Wardle, G. Zemunik, M. Renton et E. Laliberté. 2017. Plant-soil feedback and the maintenance of diversity in Mediterranean-climate shrublands. Science, 355 (6321): 173-176.
  • Roy-Bolduc, A., E. Laliberté, S. Boudreau et M. Hijri. 2016. Strong linkage between plant and soil fungal communities along a successional coastal dune system. FEMS microbiology ecology, 92 (10): fiw156.
  • Albornoz, F.E., F.P. Teste, H. Lambers, M. Bunce, D.C. Murray, N.E. White et E. Laliberté. 2016. Changes in ectomycorrhizal fungal community composition and declining diversity along a 2-million-year soil chronosequence. Molecular Ecology, 25 (19): 4919-4929.
  • Albornoz, F.E., T.I. Burgess, H. Lambers, H. Etchells et E. Laliberté. 2016. Native soilborne pathogens equalize differences in competitive ability between plants of contrasting nutrient-acquisition strategies. Journal of Ecology, 105 (2): 549-557.
  • Albornoz, F.E., H. Lambers, B.L. Turner, F.P. Teste, É. Laliberté. 2016. Shifts in symbiotic associations in plants capable of forming multiple root symbioses across a long-term soil chronosequence. Ecology and Evolution, 6 (8): 2368-2377.
  • Laliberté, E. 2016. Below-ground frontiers in trait-based plant ecology. New Phytologist, 213 (4): 1597-1603. Langlois, A. et S. Pellerin. 2016. Recovery of the endangered false hop sedge: A ten-year study. Global Ecology and Conservation, 7: 214-224.
  • Teste, F.P., E. Laliberté, H. Lambers, Y. Auer, S. Kramer et E. Kandeler. 2016. Mycorrhizal fungal biomass and scavenging declines in phosphorus-impoverished soils during ecosystem retrogression. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 92 : 119-132.
  • Zemunik, G., B.L. Turner, H. Lambers et E. Laliberté. 2016. Increasing plant species diversity and extreme species turnover accompany declining soil fertility along a long-term chronosequence in a biodiversity hotspot. Journal of Ecology, 104 : 792-805.
  • Krüger, M., F.P. Teste, E. Laliberté, H. Lambers, M. Coghlan, G. Zemunik et M. Bunce. 2015. The rise and fall of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal diversity during ecosystem retrogression. Molecular ecology, 24 : 4912-4930.
  • Roy-Bolduc, A., E. Laliberté et M. Hijri. 2015. High richness of ectomycorrhizal fungi and low host specificity in a coastal sand dune ecosystem revealed by network analysis. Ecology and Evolution, 6 (1) : 349-362.
  • Laliberté, E., Lambers, H., Burgess, T. I. and S. J. Wright. 2015. Phosphorus limitation, soil-borne pathogens and the coexistence of plant species in hyperdiverse forests and shrublands. New Phytologist 206: 507-521 (Invited Tansley Review)
  • Hayes, P., B.L. Turner, H. Lambers et E. Laliberté. 2014. Foliar nutrient concentrations and resorption efficiency in plants of contrasting nutrientacquisition strategies along a 2-million-year dune chronosequence. Journal of Ecology, 102 (2): 396–410.
  • Laliberté, E., Zemunik, G. and B.L. Turner. 2014. Environmental filtering explains variation in plant diversity along resource gradients. Science 345: 1602-1605
  • Lambers, H., P.E. Hayes, E. Laliberté, R.S. Oliveira et B.L. Turner. 2014. Leaf manganese accumulation and phosphorus-acquisition efficiency. Trends in Plant Science, 20: 83-90.
  • Rader, R.I., I. Bartomeus, J.M. Tylianakis et E. Laliberté. 2014. The winners and losers of land-use intensification: pollinator community disassembly is non-random and alters functional diversity. Diversity and Distributions, 20 (8): 908–917.
  • Ramalho, C., E. Laliberté, P. Poot et R.J. Hobbs. 2014. Complex effects of fragmentation on remnant woodland plant communities of a rapidly urbanizing biodiversity hotspot. Ecology, 95 (90): 2466-2478.
  • Turner, B.L. et E. Laliberté. 2014. Soil development and nutrient availability along a 2-million-year coastal dune chronosequence under species-rich mediterranean shrubland in southwestern australia. Ecosystems, 18: 287-309.
  • Zemunik, G., B.L. Turner, H. Lambers et E. Laliberté. 2015. Diversity of plant nutrient-acquisition strategies increases during long-term ecosystem development. Nature Plants, 1 (5): 1-4.
  • Laliberté, E., Grace, J. B., Huston, M. A., Lambers, H., Teste, F. P., Turner, B. L. and D. A. Wardle. 2013. How does pedogenesis drive plant diversity? Trends in Ecology and Evolution 6: 331-340
  • Laliberté, E. et P. Legendre. 2010. A distance-based framework for measuring functional diversity from multiple traits. Ecology 91: 299-305
  • Laliberté, E., Wells J., DeClerck F., Metcalfe D.J., Catterall C.P., Queiroz C., Aubin I., Bonser S.P., Ding Y., Fraterrigo J.M., McNamara S., Morgan J.W., Sanchez-Merlos D, Vesk P.A. and Mayfield M.M. 2010. Land use intensification reduces functional redundancy and response diversity in plant communities. Ecology Letters 13: 76-86

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