Plant-soil interactions

Carteron A, Cantera I, Guerrieri A, […], Ficetola F. Community dynamics and drivers of mycorrhizal fungi after glacier retreat worldwide. In review. Manuscript available upon request.

Cantera I, Carteron A, Guerrieri A, […], Ficetola F. 2023. Relative importance of ecological mechanisms driving succession in plant communities after glacial retreat. Nature Plants. In press. Preprint

Jantzen J, Laliberté E, Carteron A, […], Bruneau A. 2023. Evolutionary history explains spectral differences between mycorrhizal types. New Phytologist. Open access

Carteron A, Vellend M, Laliberté E. 2022. Mycorrhizal dominance reduces forest-tree species diversity. Nature Ecology and Evolution. DOI Preprint Free-access

Carteron A, Cichonski F, Laliberté E. 2021. Ectomycorrhizas accelerate decomposition to a greater extent than arbuscular mycorrhizas in a northern deciduous forest. Ecosystems. Preprint PDF Free-access

Carteron A, Beigas M, Joly S, Turner B L, Laliberté E. 2020. Temperate forests dominated by arbuscular or ectomycorrhizal fungi are characterized by strong shifts from saprotrophic to mycorrhizal fungi with increasing soil depth. Microbial Ecology. DOI PDF Free-access

Carteron A, Parasquive V, Blanchard F, Guilbeault-Mayers X, Turner BL, Vellend M, Laliberté E. 2020. Soil abiotic and biotic properties constrain the establishment of a dominant temperate tree into boreal forests. Journal of Ecology. 82:377-390. DOI PDF

Environmental changes

Ficetola F, Marta S, Guerrieri A, […], Carteron A. The development of terrestrial ecosystems emerging after glacier retreats. In review. Manuscript available upon request.

Giachello S, Cantera I, Carteron A, Marta S, Cipriano C, Guerrieri A, Bonin A, Thuiller W, Ficetola F. 2023. Toward a common set of functional traits for soil protists. 2023. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. Open access

Guerrieri A, Cantera I, Marta S, [… including Carteron A], Ficetola F. Local climate modulates the development of nematode diversity after glacier retreat. Global Change Biology. In press. Manuscript available upon request.

Guerrieri A, Carteron A, Bonin A, Marta S, Ambrosini R, Caccianiga M, Cantera I, Compostella C, Diolaiuti G, Fontaneto D, Gielly L, Gili F, Gobbi M, Poulenard J, Taberlet P, Zerboni A, Thuiller W, Ficetola F. Metabarcoding data reveal vertical multi-taxa variation in topsoil communities during the colonization of deglaciated forelands. Molecular Ecology. Open access

Vellend M, Béhé M, Carteron A, Crofts A, Danneyrolles V, Gamhewa H, Glaus V, Plourde-Rouleau A, Ni M, Rinas C, Watts D. 2021. Plant responses to environmental change along an elevational gradient in Mont Mégantic National Park, Québec, Canada. Northeastern Naturalist. 28:4-28. DOI PDF

Girard A, Schweiger AK, Carteron A, Kalacska M, Laliberté E. 2020. Foliar spectra and traits of bog plants across nitrogen deposition gradients. Remote Sensing 12, 2448. DOI

Talaga S, Dézerald O, Carteron A, Leroy C, Carrias J F, Céréghino R, Dejean A. 2017. Urbanization impacts the taxonomic and functional structure of aquatic macroinvertebrate communities in a small Neotropical city. Urban Ecosystems 1-9. DOI PDF

Talaga S, Dézerald O, Petitclerc F, Carteron A, Leroy C, Céréghino R, Dejean A. 2015. Tank bromeliads as natural microcosms: a facultative association with ants influences the aquatic invertebrate community structure. Comptes Rendus Biologies 10:696-700. DOI PDF

Statistics and coding

Carteron A. 2021. Analyses of tree diversity and mycorrhizal dominance across the US forests using R. DOI Data

Carteron A. 2020. Bioinformatical pipeline for ITS sequences using DADA2 and multivariate analyses of soil fungal communities using R. DOI Data

Carteron A et al. 2019. Analyses of seedling performance, root colonization and soil chemistry using R. DOI Data

Carteron A, Jeanmougin M, Leprieur F, Spatharis S. 2012. Assessing the efficiency of clustering algorithms and goodness-of-fit measures using phytoplankton field data. Ecological Informatics 9:64- 68. Co-first authors with MJ. DOI PDF