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Massol et al. 2017. How life-history traits affect ecosystem properties: effects of dispersal in meta-ecosystems. Oikos, 126(4): 532. [Online]

Gravel D, Massol F, Leibold MA. 2016. Stability and complexity in model meta-ecosystems. Nature Communications, 7: 12457. [Online]

Koffel T, Daufresne T, Massol F, Klausmeier CA. 2016. Geometrical envelopes: Extending graphical contemporary niche theory to communities and eco-evolutionary dynamics. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 407: 271-289. [Online]

Elser JJ, Loladze I, Peace AL, Kuang Y. 2012. Lotka re-loaded: Modeling trophic interactions under stoichiometric constraints. Ecological Modelling, 245: 3-11. [Online]

Elser J, Kuang Y. 2011. Ecological Stoichiometry. In: Hastings A, Gross L (eds.), Sourcebook in Theoretical Ecology, University of California Press. [Online]

Loladze I, Elser JJ. 2011. The origins of the Redfield nitrogen-to-phosphorus ratio are in a homeostatic protein:rRNA ratio. Ecology Letters, 14: 244-250. [Online]

Massol F, Gravel D, Mouquet N, Cadotte MW, Fukami T, Leibold MA. 2011. Linking community and ecosystem dynamics through spatial ecology. Ecology Letters, 14(3): 313-323. [Online]


Kuang Y. January 2011. What we eat matters: Resource quality dynamics and its implications. Colloquium Talk, North Carolina State University. Raleigh, NC.

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