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News headlines

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an article by Mathieu Pélissié (BioDICée)
Pushed northward by climate change: range shifts and co-occurrence reshuffling for Northern European Odonates

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an article by Pierre-Henri Fabre (PEM)
New Guinea uplift opens ecological opportunity across a continent

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an article by Sylvain Adnet (PAL)
The ecology of modern and fossil vertebrates revisited by lithium isotopes/Exploring diet shifts and ecology in modern sharks using calcium isotopes and trace metal records of their teeth

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an article by Nicolas Hubert (EpoiSS)
Large-scale DNA barcoding of the subfamily Culterinae (Cypriniformes: Xenocyprididae) in East Asia unveils a geographical scale effect, taxonomic warnings and cryptic diversity

Next events

05/12/2022 at 11:30 am

Monday seminar

A seminar by Laurent Bouby |Dynamics of biodiversity, anthropoecology team |Past dept.
The South Caucasus, a centre of primary domestication of the vine (Vitis vinifera subsp. vinifera)? A bio-archaeological perspective

An article by Henning Nottebrock |Evolution and demography team |Change dept.
Intraspecific competitive interactions rapidly evolve via spontaneous mutations (doi)

28/11/2022 at 11:30 am

Monday seminar

A seminar by Matthew Hurteau |Extreme Environments team |Past dept.
Changing climate is increasing the potential energy flux from wildfire

An article by Alexandra Alvergne |Evolutionary anthropology team |BioSS dept.
Effect of COVID-19 vaccination on the timing and flow of menstrual periods in two cohorts (doi)

21/11/2022 at 11:30 am

Monday webinar

A seminar by Claire Jacquet |Biodiversity: dynamics, interactions and conservation team |Change dept.
What are the effects of extreme events on the biodiversity and biomass of communities?

An article by Mathieu Pélissié |Biodiversity: dynamics, interactions and conservation team |Change dept.
Pushed northward by climate change: range shifts and co-occurrence reshuffling for Northern European Odonates (doi)