QCBS Students

Véronique Boucher-Lalonde

Université de Sherbrooke
Postdoctoral fellow candidate

Supervisor: Mark Vellend
Start: 2016-01-01
End: 2018-06-30

Meta-analysis of the response of plant diversity to temperature and water availability - A comparison between spatial gradients and experimental data

1- Mechanistic models for the spatial spread of species under climate change
Leroux, Shawn J., Maxim Larrivée, Véronique Boucher-Lalonde, Amy Hurford, Juan Zuloaga, Jeremy T. Kerr, Frithjof Lutscher
2013 Ecological Applications

2- How are tree species distributed in climatic space? A simple and general pattern
Boucher-Lalonde, Véronique, Antoine Morin, David J. Currie
2012 Global Ecology and Biogeography

3- Does climate limit species richness by limiting individual species' ranges?
Boucher-Lalonde, V., J. T. Kerr, D. J. Currie
2013 Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences

4- A consistent occupancy-climate relationship across birds and mammals of the Americas
Boucher-Lalonde, Véronique, Antoine Morin, David J. Currie
2014 Oikos

5- Can climate explain interannual local extinctions among bird species?
Boucher-Lalonde, Véronique, Francois L. Thériault, David J. Currie,
2014 Journal of Biogeography

6- Can the richness-climate relationship be explained by systematic variations in how individual species’ ranges relate to climate?
Boucher-Lalonde, Véronique, Antoine Morin, David J. Currie
2016 Global Ecology and Biogeography

7- The weakness of evidence supporting tropical niche conservatism as a main driver of current richness-temperature gradients
Boucher-Lalonde, Véronique, Rafael Xavier De Camargo, Jean-Michel Fortin, Shahira Khair, Rachel I. So, Héctor Vázquez Rivera, Dale Watson, Juan Zuloaga, David J. Currie
2015 Global Ecology and Biogeography

8- Spatial Autocorrelation Can Generate Stronger Correlations between Range Size and Climatic Niches Than the Biological Signal — A Demonstration Using Bird and Mammal Range Maps
Véronique Boucher-Lalonde, David J. Currie