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Franck Courchamp, Christophe Diagne, Rodolphe Gozlan
How much are invasive species costing us?
CNRS, March 2021

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Vincent Devictor & Laurent Godet
Ecology: The Scientific Literature Dominated by Men and a Handful of Countries
CNRS March 2021

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an article by Nicola Fischer (PEM)
Population genetics as a tool to elucidate pathogen reservoirs: Lessons from Pseudogymnoascus destructans, the causative agent of white-nose disease in bats

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an article by Julien Claude (MaD)
Estimating the phylogeny of geoemydid turtles (Cryptodira) from landmark data: an assessment of different methods
ugust 2019

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an article by Pierre-Olivier Antoine (PAL)
A new rhinoceros clade from the Pleistocene of Asia sheds light on mammal dispersals to the Philippines

Projects

ERC H2020 project

Jonathan Romiguier (PI), Evolutionary genomics of royalty in Messor hybridogenetic ants (ROYALMESS), 2021-2026

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ANR project

Alison Duncan (PI), Competition and facilitation between parasites as drivers of virulence evolution (EVOLVIR), 2021-2025

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ANR project

Laurent Bremond (co-I), Degraded stable states in tropical forests (DESSFOR), 2021-2024

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an article by Nicolas Hubert (Epoiss)
Impact of Pleistocene Eustatic Fluctuations on Evolutionary Dynamics in Southeast Asian Biodiversity Hotspots.
Systematic Biology, Fev 2021

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an article by Pierrick Labbe (EVAS)
What is(are) the most effective method(s) to control the tiger mosquito? Comparing sterile male releases and other methods in temperate and tropical climates
Ecological Modelling, 2020

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The Institute of Evolutionary Science of Montpellier (ISEM – University of Montpellier, CNRS, IRD, EPHE, CIRAD, INRAP) has been focusing research on biodiversity origins and dynamics and the associated evolutionary mechanisms.