Scientific papers

  • In preparation

Sauve A. M. C., Hackett T. D., Montoya D., Tylianakis J. & Memmott J. Mapping functional units on a mosaic of habitats.

Hackett T. D., Sauve A. M. C., Montoya D., Maia K. P., Potts S., Vaughan I. & Memmott J. Are we missing the wood for the trees?: The effect of diversity of habitats on communities of plants and insects.

Montoya D., De Jong M. Warming-induced range expansion reduces complexity of the gut microbiome: a case study with three butterflies.

  • Under review

Galiana, N. et al (Montoya as mid author). The spatial scaling of ecological networks across the globe.

  • Published/Accepted

32. Montoya D. (Accepted). Challenges and directions towards a general theory of ecological recovery dynamics: a metacommunity perspective. One Earth

re31. Montoya D., Haegeman B., Gaba, S., De Mazancourt, C. & Loreau, M. (In press). Habitat fragmentation and food security in crop pollination systems. Journal of Ecology Link

30. Moreno-Mateos, D., Alberdi, A., Mörrien, E., van der Putten, W., Rodríguez-Uma, A., Montoya, D. (2020). The long-term restoration of ecosystem complexity. Nature Ecology & Evolution 4: 676–685 Link

29. Montoya, D., Gaba, S., de Mazancourt, C., Bretagnolle, V. & Loreau, M. (2020). Reconciling biodiversity conservation, food production and farmers’ demand in agricultural landscapes . Ecological Modelling 416: 108889 Link

28. Hackett, T., Sauve, A., Davies, N., Montoya, D., Tylianakis, J. & Memmott, J. (2019). Reshaping our understanding of species’ roles in landscape-scale networks. Ecology Letters 22(9): 1367-1377 Link

27. Montoya, D. (2019). The restoration of ecological networks: Spatial and temporal scales, stability and global change. Special issue on Restoring interactionsEcosistemas 28(2): 11-19 Link

26. McWilliams, C., Lurgi, M., Montoya, J.M., Sauve, A. & Montoya, D. (2019). The stability of multitrophic communities under habitat loss. Nature Communications 10: 2322 Link

25. Jones H. P., Jones P.C., Barbier E.B., Blackburn R.C., Rey Benayas J.M., Holl K.D., McCrackin M., Meli P., Montoya D. & Moreno-Mateos D. (2019). We agree with Larkin et al. 2019: restoration is context specific. Proceeding of the Royal Society of London B 286: 20191179 Link

24. Montoya D., Haegeman B., Gaba S., De Mazancourt, C., Bretagnolle V. & Loreau M. (2019). Trade-offs in provisioning and stability of ecosystem services in agroecosystems. Ecological Applications 29(2): e01853 Link

23. Jones H. P., Jones P.C., Barbier E.B., Blackburn R.C., Rey Benayas J.M., Holl K.D., McCrackin M., Meli P., Montoya D. & Moreno-Mateos D. (2018). Restoration and repair of Earth’s damaged ecosystems. Proceeding of the Royal Society of London B 285: 20172577 Link

22. Montoya D., Haegeman B., Gaba S., De Mazancourt, C., Bretagnolle V. & Loreau M. (2018). Trade-offs in provisioning and stability of multiple ecosystem services in agroecosystems. bioRxiv

21. Meli P., Holl K.D., Rey-Benayas J.M., Jones H.J., Jones P.C., Montoya D., Moreno-Mateos D. (2017). A global review of past land use, climate, and active vs. passive restoration effects on forest recovery. PLoS ONE 12(2): e0171368 Link

20. Moreno-Mateos D., Barbier E.B., Jones P.C., Jones  .P., Aronson J., López-López J.A., McCrackin M.L.,Meli P., Montoya D. & Rey-Benayas J.M. (2017). Anthropogenic ecosystem disturbance and the recovery debt. Nature Communications 8:14163 Link

19. Emer C., Memmott J., Vaughan I.P., Montoya D. & Tylianakis J.M. (2016). Species roles in plant–pollinator communities are conserved across native and alien ranges. Diversity & Distributions 22, 841-852 Link

18. Lurgi M., Montoya D. & Montoya J.M. (2016) The role of space and diversity of interaction types on the stability of complex ecological networks. Special Issue: Theory of Food WebsTheoretical Ecology 9, 3-13 Link

17. Ribeiro F., Montoya D., Furtado R., Memmott J. Pizo, M.A. & Rodrigues R.R. (2015). The restoration of tropical seed dispersal networks. Restoration Ecology 23, 852-860 Link

16. Montoya D., Yallop M.L. & Memmott J. (2015)Functional group diversity increases with modularity in complex food webs. Nature Communications 6:7379 Link

15. Russo L., Memmott J., Montoya D., Shea K. & Buckley Y.M. (2014). Patterns of introduced species interactions affect multiple aspects of network structure in plant-pollinator communities.
Ecology 95, 2953-2963 Link

14. Nenzen H., Montoya D. & Varela S. (2014). The impact of 850,000 years of climate changes on the structure and dynamics of mammal food webs. PLoS ONE 9(9): e106651 Link

13. Montoya D., Rogers L. & Memmott, J. (2012). Emerging perspectives in the restoration of biodiversity-based ecosystem services. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 27, 666-672 Link

12. Alburqueque, F.S. Olalla-Tárraga M.A., Montoya D. & Rodríguez M.A. (2011). Environmental determinants of woody and herb plant species richness patterns in Great Britain. Ecoscience 18, 394-401 Link

11. Montoya D. Alburquerque F.S., Rueda M. & Rodríguez M.A. (2010). Species response patterns to habitat fragmentation: do trees support the extinction threshold hypothesis? Oikos 119,1335-1343 Link

10. Montoya D., Purves D.W., Urbieta I.R. & Zavala M.A. (2009). Do Species Distribution Models explain spatial structure within tree species ranges? Global Ecology & Biogeography 18, 662-673 Link

9. Montoya D. (2009). Resistencia a la deforestación. Los beneficios de la dispersión de semillas por animales. Revista Investigación y Ciencia 390, 12-13 Link

8. Bini L.M et al (Montoya as mid author) (2009). Coefficient shifts in geographical ecology: an empirical evaluation of spatial and non-spatial regression. Ecography 32, 1-12 Link

7. Montoya D. (2008). Habitat loss, dispersal, and the probability of extinction of tree species. Communicative & Integrative Biology 1:2, 146-147 Link

6. Montoya D., Zavala M. A., Rodríguez M. A. &Purves D. W. (2008). Animal versus wind dispersal and the robustness of tree species to deforestation. Science 320, 1502-1504 Link

5. Montoya D., Rodríguez M. A., Zavala M. A., Hawkins B. A. (2007). Contemporary richness of Holarctic trees and the historical pattern of glacial retreat. Ecography 30, 173-182 Link

4. Hawkins B.A. et al (Montoya as mid author) (2007). A global evaluation of Metabolic Theory as an explanation for terrestrial species richness gradients. Ecology 88, 1877-1888 Link

3. Hawkins B. A., Montoya D., Rodríguez M. A., Olalla-Tárraga M. A. & Zavala M. A. (2007). Global models for predicting woody plant richness from climate: comment. Ecology 88, 255-259 Link

Book chapters and monographs

2. Zavala M. A., Montoya D., Benito-Garzon M. & Purves D. W. (2011). Principales determinantes de la distribución de las especies forestales ibéricas a diferentes escalas: efectos potenciales del cambio climático. In La evolución del paisaje vegetal y el uso del fuego en la cordillera Cantábrica (Ezquerra, F.J. & Rey, E., Coord., Junta de Castilla y León) Link

1. Lomas P. L., Martin, B., Louit, C., Montoya, D., Montes, C. & Alvarez, S. (2005). Guía práctica para la valoración económica de los bienes y servicios ambientales de los ecosistemas. Fundación Interuniversitaria González Bernáldez Link