Publications

Scientific papers

  • In preparation

Montoya D., Haegeman B., De Mazancourt, C. & Loreau, M. Biodiversity and the stability of crop pollination in agricultural landscapes.

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. Butterfly pathogen and parasitoid communities in response to climate change

 

  • Under review

Montoya D., Gaba S., de Mazancourt C., Bretagnolle V. & Loreau M. Reconciling biodiversity conservation, food production and farmers’ demand.

Moreno-Mateos D., Alberdi A., Mörrien E., van der Putten, W., Rodríguez-Uña, A., Montoya, D. The long-term restoration of ecosystem complexity.

 

  • Published/Accepted

29. 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


28. 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

 


27. 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


26. 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


25. 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


24. Montoya D., Gaba S., de Mazancourt C., Bretagnolle V. & Loreau M. Reconciling biodiversity conservation, food production and farmers’ demand. bioRxiv 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 groupdiversity 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