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Carvajal-Quintero J., Comte L., Giam X., Olden J.D., Erős T., Ruhi A., Fortin M.-J., Filipe A.F., Irving K., Jacquet C., Larsen S., Sharma S., Villalobos F. & Tedesco P.A. (2022) Scale of population synchrony confirms macroecological estimates of minimum viable range size. Ecology Letters,

Ruhi A., Hwang J., Devineni N., Mukhopadhyay S., Kumar H., Comte L., Worland S. & Sankarasubramanian A. (2022) How does flow alteration propagate across a large, highly regulated basin? Dam attributes, network context, and implications for biodiversity. Earth’s Future, 10: e2021EF002490.

Pinsky M.L., Comte L. & Sax D. (2022) Unifying climate change biology across realms and taxa. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 37: 672-682.

Messager M.L., Comte L., Couto T.B.A., Koontz E.D., Kuehne L.M., Rogosch J.S., Stiling R.R. & Olden J.D. (2022) Course‐based undergraduate research to advance environmental education, science, and resource management. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment,

Comte L., Olden J.D., Lischka, S., Dickson, B.G. (2022) Multi-scale threat assessment of riverine ecosystems in the Colorado River Basin. Ecological Indicators, 138: 108840.

2021           <°)))><      <°)))><       <°)))><

Comte L., Olden J.D., Tedesco P.A., Ruhi A., Giam X. (2021) Climate and land-use changes interact to drive long-term reorganization of riverine fish communities globally. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, doi:10.1073/pnas.2011639118.*** Recommended in Faculty Opinions here!

Larsen S., Comte L., Filipa Filipe A., Fortin M.‐J., Jacquet C., Ryser R., Tedesco P.A., Brose U., Erős T., Giam X., Irving K., Ruhi A., Sharma S., Olden J.D. (2021) The geography of metapopulation synchrony in dendritic river networks. Ecology Letters, 24: 791-801.

Comte L., Grantham T., Ruhi, A. (2021) Human stabilization of river flows is linked with fish invasions across the United States. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 30: 725-737.

Comte L., Carvajal J., Tedesco P., Giam X., Brose U., Eros T., Filipe A., Fortin M.-J., Irving K., Jacquet C., Larsen S., Sharma S., Ruhi A., Becker F., Casatti L., Castaldelli G., Dala-Corte R., Davenport S., Franssen N., García-Berthou E., Gavioli A., Gido K., Jimenez-Segura L., Leitão R., McLarney B., Meador J., Milardi M., Moffatt D., Occhi T., Pompeu P., Propst D., Pyron M., Salvador G., Stefferud J., Sutela T., Taylor C., Terui A., Urabe H., Vehanen T., Vitule J., Zeni J., Olden J. (2021) RivFishTIME: A global database of fish time-series to study global change ecology in riverine systems. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 30: 3850.

2020            <°)))><      <°)))><       <°)))><

Erős T.*, Comte L.*, Filipe A. F., Ruhi A., Tedesco P.A., Brose U., Fortin M-J, Giam X., Irving K., Jacquet C., Larsen S., Sharma S., & Olden J.D. (2020) Effects of nonnative species on the stability of riverine fish communities. Ecography, 43: 1156-1166. [*First co-authors]




Lenoir J., Bertrand R., Comte L., Bourgeaud L., Hattab T., Murienne J. & Grenouillet G. (2020) Species better track climate warming in the ocean than on lands. Nature Ecology & Evolution, 4: 1044–1059.

Woods T., Comte L., Tedesco P.A., Giam X. (2020) Testing the diversity–biomass relationship in riverine fish communities. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 29: 1743– 1757.

Comte L. & Lenoir J. (2020) Decoupled land-sea biodiversity trends. Nature Ecology & Evolution, 4: 901–902. [Invited Commentary]

2019            <°)))><      <°)))><       <°)))><

Liu C., Comte L., Xian W., Chen Y. & Olden J.D. (2019) Current and projected future risks of freshwater fish invasions in China. Ecography, 42: 2074-2083.

2018            <°)))><      <°)))><       <°)))><

Comte L. & Olden J.D. (2018) Fish dispersal in flowing waters: a synthesis of movement- and genetic-based studies. Fish & Fisheries, 19: 1063-1077.

Olden J.D., Comte L. & Giam X. (2018) The Homogocene: a research prospectus for the study of biotic homogenisation. NeoBiota, 37: 23-26

Comte L. & Olden J.D. (2018) Evidence for dispersal syndromes in freshwater fishes. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 285: 20172214

Chevalier M., Comte L., Lafaille, P. &  Grenouillet G. (2018) Interactions between species attributes explain population dynamics in stream fishes under a changing climate. Ecosphere, 9: e02061

2017            <°)))><      <°)))><       <°)))><

Comte L. & Olden J.D. (2017) Climatic vulnerability of the world’s freshwater and marine fishes. Nature Climate Change, 7: 718–722

Liu, C., Comte L. & Olden, J.D. (2017) Heads you win, tails you lose: life history traits predict invasion and extinction risk of the world’s freshwater fishes. Aquatic Conservation: Marine & Freshwater Ecosystems, 27: 773–779.

Comte L., Cucherousset J. & Olden J.D. (2017) Global test of Eltonian niche conservatism of nonnative freshwater fish species between their native and introduced ranges. Ecography, 40: 384–392.

Comte L. & Olden J.D. (2017) Evolutionary and environmental determinants of freshwater fish thermal tolerance and plasticity. Global Change Biology, 23: 728–736.

2016            <°)))><      <°)))><       <°)))><  

Comte L., Hugueny B. & Grenouillet G. (2016) Climate interacts with anthropogenic drivers to determine extirpation dynamics. Ecography, 39: 1008-1016 .

Comte L., Cucherousset J., Boulêtreau S. & Olden J.D. (2016) Resource partitioning and functional diversity of worldwide freshwater fish communities. Ecosphere, 7: e01356.

Olden J.D., Comte L. & Giam X. (2016) Biotic Homogenisation. eLS: 1–8.

2015            <°)))><      <°)))><       <°)))><  

Comte L. & Grenouillet G. (2015) Distribution shifts of freshwater fish under a variable climate: comparing climatic, bioclimatic and biotic velocities. Diversity and Distributions, 21: 1014-1026.

Conti L., Comte L., Hugueny B. & Grenouillet G. (2015) Drivers of freshwater fish colonisations and extirpations under climate change. Ecography, 38: 510-519.

2014            <°)))><      <°)))><       <°)))><  

Comte L., Murienne J. & Grenouillet G. (2014) Species traits and phylogenetic conservatism of climate-induced range shifts in stream fishes. Nature Communications, 5: 5023, 10.1038/ncomm6053.

Grenouillet G. & Comte L. (2014) Illuminating geographical patterns in species’ range shifts. Global Change Biology, 20: 3080-3091.

2013            <°)))><      <°)))><       <°)))><  

Comte L. & Grenouillet G. (2013) Do stream fish track climate change? Assessing distribution shifts in recent decades. Ecography, 36: 1236–1246.

Comte L. & Grenouillet G. (2013) Influence of false absences in modelling species ranges: occupancy versus consensus models. Diversity and Distributions, 8: 996–1007.

Comte L., Buisson L., Daufresne M. & Grenouillet G. (2013) Climate-induced changes in the distribution of freshwater fish: observed and predicted trends. Freshwater Biology, 58: 625–639.

Paz-Vinas I., Comte L., Chevalier M., Dubut V., Veyssière C., Grenouillet G., Loot G. & Blanchet S. (2013) Combining genetic and demographic data for prioritizing conservation actions: insights from a threatened fish species. Ecology and Evolution, 3: 2696–2710.

2010            <°)))><      <°)))><       <°)))><  

Comte L., Lek S., de Deckere E., de Zwart D. & Gevrey M. (2010) Assessment of stream biological responses under multiple-stress conditions. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 17: 1469-1478.

Gevrey M., Comte L., de Zwart D., de Deckere E. & Lek S. (2010) Modeling the chemical and toxic water status of the Scheldt basin (Belgium), using aquatic invertebrate assemblages and an advanced modeling method. Environmental Pollution, 158: 3209-3218.

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