Thomas Lamy, Ph.D.

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Chapuis E, Lamy T, Pointier JP, et al. (2017) Bioinvasion Triggers Rapid Evolution of Life Histories in Freshwater Snails. The American Naturalist. 190: 694-706
Lamy T, Galzin R, Kulbicki M, et al. (2016) Three decades of recurrent declines and recoveries in corals belie ongoing change in fish assemblages Coral Reefs. 35: 293-302
Lamy T, Legendre P, Chancerelle Y, et al. (2015) Understanding the Spatio-Temporal Response of Coral Reef Fish Communities to Natural Disturbances: Insights from Beta-Diversity Decomposition. Plos One. 10: e0138696
Laroche F, Jarne P, Lamy T, et al. (2015) A neutral theory for interpreting correlations between species and genetic diversity in communities. The American Naturalist. 185: 59-69
Auld JR, Jarne P, Sarda V, et al. (2014) Evaluating the contributions of change in investment and change in efficiency to age-related declines in male and female reproduction. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 27: 1837-48
Janicke T, Vellnow N, Lamy T, et al. (2014) Inbreeding depression of mating behavior and its reproductive consequences in a freshwater snail Behavioral Ecology. 25: 288-299
Lamy T, Jarne P, Laroche F, et al. (2013) Variation in habitat connectivity generates positive correlations between species and genetic diversity in a metacommunity. Molecular Ecology. 22: 4445-56
Lamy T, Gimenez O, Pointier JP, et al. (2013) Metapopulation dynamics of species with cryptic life stages. The American Naturalist. 181: 479-91
Lamy T, Pointier JP, Jarne P, et al. (2012) Testing metapopulation dynamics using genetic, demographic and ecological data. Molecular Ecology. 21: 1394-410
Lamy T, Lévy L, Pointier JP, et al. (2012) Does life in unstable environments favour facultative selfing? A case study in the freshwater snail Drepanotrema depressissimum (Basommatophora: Planorbidae) Evolutionary Ecology. 26: 639-655
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