Click here to see my profile in Google Scholar or my ResearcherID.
If you have troubles accessing any article, email me, I’ll send a pdf.

  1. Calcagno V, Jarne P, Loreau M, Mouquet N & David P. (2017) Diversity spurs diversification in ecological communities. Nature Communications [Open Access].
  2. Calcagno V, Mitoyen C, Audiot P, Ponsard S, Gao GZ, Lu ZZ, Wang ZY, He KL & Bourguet D. (2017) Parallel evolution of behaviour during independent host-shifts following maize introduction into Asia and Europe. Evolutionary Applications [Open Access].
  3. Massol F, Dubart M, Calcagno V, Cazelles K, Jacquet C, Kéfi S & Gravel D. (2017). Island Biogeography of Food Webs. Advances in Ecological Research. 56: 183-262.
  4. Pantel JH, Bohan DA, Calcagno V, David P, Duyck PF et al. (2017). 14 Questions for Invasion in Ecological Networks. Advances in Ecological Research, 56: 293-340.
  5. Teixera-Alves M, Grognard F, Calcagno V & Mailleret L. (2016) Shared predation: positive effects of predator distraction. BioRxiv. http://dx.doi.org/10.1101/063230
  6. Hubert N, Calcagno V, Etienne RS & Mouquet N. (2015) Metacommunity speciation models and their implications for diversification theory. Ecology Letters 18: 864–881
  7. Henriques-Silva R, Boivin F, Calcagno V, Urban M & Peres-Neto P. (2015) On the evolution of dispersal through heterogeneity in spatial connectivity. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London-B 282: 1803.
  8. Calcagno V, Grognard F, Hamelin FM, Wajnberg E & Mailleret L. (2014) The functional response predicts the effect of resource distribution on the optimal movement rate of consumers. Ecology Letters 17: 1570-1579 [Online Open]
  9. Calcagno V, Mailleret L, Wajnberg E & Grognard F. (2014) How optimal foragers should respond to habitat changes: a reanalysis of the Marginal Value Theorem. Journal of Mathematical Biology 69: 1237-1265 [Open Access].
  10. Livingston G, Matias M, Calcagno V, Barbera C, Combe M, Leibold MA & Mouquet N. (2013) Competition–colonization dynamics in experimental bacterial metacommunities. Nature communications 3: 1234.
  11. Mouquet N, Gravel D, Massol F & Calcagno V. (2013) Extending the concept of keystone species to communities and ecosystems. Ecology Letters 16: 1-8.
  12. Calcagno V, Demoinet E, Gollner K, Guidi L, Ruths D and de Mazancourt C. (2012) Flows of research manuscripts among scientific journals reveal hidden submission patterns. Science  338: 1065-1069. [more HERE]
  13. Renoult L, Wang X, Calcagno V, Prévost M & Debruille JB. (2012) From N400 to N300: Variations in the timing of semantic processing with repetition. NeuroImage 61: 206-215
  14. Isbell F, Calcagno V, Hector, A, Connolly J, Stanley Harpole W, Reich PB, Scherer-Lorenzen M, Schmid B, Tilman D, van Ruijven J, Weigelt A, Wilsey BJ, Zavaleta ES & Loreau M (2011) High plant diversity is needed to maintain ecosystem services. Nature 477: 199-202
  15. Calcagno V, Massol F, Mouquet N, Jarne P & David P. (2011) How spatial dynamics limit food-chain length. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London-B 278: 3042-3049
  16. Calcagno V, Sun C, Loreau M & Schmitz O. (2011) Keystone predation and plant species coexistence: the role of carnivore hunting mode. The American Naturalist 177: e1-e13
  17. Calcagno V, Dubosclard M & de Mazancourt C. (2010) Rapid exploiter-victim coevolution: the race is not always to the swift. The American Naturalist 176: 198-211 [PDF]
  18. Calcagno, V, Bonhomme V, Thomas Y, Singer MC & Bourguet D. (2010) Divergence in behaviour between the European corn borer, Ostrinia nubilalis, and its sibling species Ostrinia scapulalis: adaptation to human harvesting? Proceedings of the Royal Society of London-B 277: 2703-2709
  19. Calcagno V & de Mazancourt C. (2010) glmulti: an R package for automated model selection with (generalized) linear models. Journal of Statistical Software 34: 1-29
  20. Guidi L, Calcagno V, Ibanez F & Beaugrand G (2010) Reply to Comment on A new procedure to optimize the selection of groups in a classification tree: Applications for ecological data. Ecological Modelling 221: 2739-2740
  21. Massol F, Calcagno V & Massol J. (2009) The Rm metapopulation fitness criterion: proof and perspectives. Theoretical Population Biology 75: 183–200.
  22. Frantz A, Calcagno V, Mieuzet L, Plantegenest M & Simon JC. (2009) Complex trait differentiation between host-populations of the pea aphid: implications for the evolution of ecological specialisation. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 97: 718–727.
  23. Guidi L, Ibanez F, Calcagno V & Beaugrand G. (2009) A new procedure to optimize the selection of groups in a classification tree: applications for ecological data.  Ecological Modelling 220: 451–461.
  24. Calcagno V, Thomas Y & Bourguet D (2007) Sympatric host races of the European corn borer Ostrinia nubilalis: adaptation to host plants and hybrid performance. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 20: 1720–1729
  25. Calcagno V, Mouquet N, Jarne P & David P (2006) Which immigration policy for optimal coexistence? Ecology Letters 9: 907–911
  26. Calcagno V, Mouquet N, Jarne P & David P (2006) Coexistence in a metacommunity: the competition colonization trade-off is not dead. Ecology Letters 9: 897–907
  27. Biron DG, Joly C, Marche L, Galeotti N, Calcagno V, Schmidt-Rhaesa A, Renault L &  Thomas F (2005) First analysis of the proteome in two nematomorph species, Paragordius tricuspidatus (Chordodidae) and Spinochordodes tellinii (Spinochordodidae) Infection, Genetics and Evolution 5: 167–175

Misc. / in French journals

  1. Calcagno V & Demoinet E. (2013) Une carte de la science basée sur les flux de soumissions d’articles. Virologie 17: 2.
  2. Calcagno V & Demoinet E. (2013) La face cachée de la science, ce que les flux de soumission d’articles peuvent nous apprendre (the dark side of science) Médecine/Sciences 29 : 211–215. [HERE]
  3. Bonhomme V & Calcagno V. (2006) Marquage par aspiration-mutilation et suivi comportemental individuel de Lépidoptères nocturnes. Cahiers Techniques de l’INRA 61: 5-10

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s