– Peer reviewed –

Humboldts mountain zonation
29. Humboldt’s enigma: What causes global patterns of mountain biodiversity?

Rahbek C, Borregaard MK, Colwell RK, Dalsgaard B, Holt B, Morueta-Holme N, Nogues-Bravo D, Whittaker RJ, Fjeldså J. Science (2019) [linkpdf]

28. Temperature shapes opposing latitudinal gradients of plant taxonomic and phylogenetic β diversity

McFadden IR, Sandel B, Tsirogiannis C, Morueta‐Holme N, Svenning J-C, Enquist BJ, Kraft NJB. Ecology Letters 22: 1126–1135 (2019) [linkpdf] – Cover Article

Forest canopy high in the Americas. From Simova et al 2019
27. The relationship of woody plant size and leaf nutrient content to large‐scale productivity for forests across the Americas

Šímová I, Sandel B, Enquist BJ, Michaletz ST, Kattge J, Violle C, McGill BJ, Blonder B, Engemann K, Peet RK, Wiser SK, Morueta‐Holme N, Boyle B, Kraft NJB, Svenning J-C. J Ecol 107(5): 2278–2290 (2019) [linkpdf]

26. Geography of plants in the New World: Humboldt’s relevance in the age of Big Data

Morueta‐Holme N & Svenning J-C. Ann Missouri Bot Gar 103: 315-329 (2018) [linkpdf]

25. Late Quaternary climate legacies in contemporary plant functional composition

Blonder B, Enquist BJ, Graae BJ, Kattge J, Maitner BS, Morueta‐Holme N, Ordonez A, Šímová I, Singarayer J, Svenning J-C, Valdes PJ & Violle C. Glob Change Biol 24(10): 4827-4840 (2018) [linkpdf]

24. Future vulnerability mapping based on response to extreme climate events: Dieback thresholds in an endemic California oak

Brown BJ, McLaughlin BC, Blakey RV & Morueta-Holme N. Divers Distr 24(9): 1186-1198 (2018) [linkpdf] – Editor’s Choice

23. Best practices for reporting climate data in ecology

Morueta-Holme N, Oldfather MF, Olliff-Yang RL, Weitz AP, Levine CR, Kling MM, Riordan EC, Merow C, Sheth SN, Thornhill AH & Ackerly DD. Nat Clim Change 8: 92-94 (2018) [linkpdf]

22. Spatial patterns and climate relationships of major plant traits in the New World differ between woody and herbaceous species

Šímová I, Violle C, Svenning JC, Kattge J, Engemann K, Sandel B, Wiser SK, Blonder B, McGill BJ, Boyle B, Morueta-Holme N, Kraft NJB, van Bodegom PM, Gutiérrez AG, Bahn M, Ozinga WA, Tószögyová A, Enquist BJ. J Biogeogr 45(4): 895-916 (2018) [linkpdf] – Cover Article

21. The bien r package: A tool to access the Botanical Information and Ecology Network (BIEN) database

Maitner BS, Boyle B, Casler N, Condit R, Donoghue J, Durán SM, Guaderrama D, Hinchliff CE, Jørgensen PM, Kraft NJB, McGill, BJ, Merow C, Morueta-Holme N, Peet RK, Sandel B, Schildhauer M, Smith SA, Svenning JC, Thiers B, Violle C, Wiser S, Enquist BJ. Methods Ecol Evol 9(2): 373-379 (2018) [linkpdf]

20. Spatial phylogenetics of the native California flora

Thornhill, AH, Baldwin BG, Freyman WA, Nosratinia S, Kling MM, Morueta-Holme N, Madsen TP, Ackerly DD, Mishler BD. BMC Biology 15:96 (2017) [linkpdf]

19. Species richness and endemism in the native flora of California

Baldwin BG, Thornhill AH, Freyman WA, Ackerly DD, Kling MM, Morueta-Holme N, Mishler BD. Am J Bot 104(3): 487-501 (2017) [linkpdf]

18. A plant growth form dataset for the New World

Engemann K, Sandel B, Enquist BJ, Jørgensen P, Kattge J, Morueta-Holme N, Peet RK, Violle C, Boyle B, Spencer N, Violle C, Wiser S, Svenning J-C. Ecology 97(11): 3243 (2016) [linkpdf]

17. Plant-O-Matic: a dynamic and mobile guide to all plants of the Americas

Goldsmith GR, Morueta-Holme N, Sandel B, Fitz ED, Fitz SD, Boyle B, Casler N, Engemann K, Jørgensen PM, Kraft NJB, McGill B, Peet RK, Piel WH, Spencer N, Svenning J-C, Thiers BM, Violle C, Wiser SK, Enquist BJ. Methods Ecol Evol 7(8): 960-965 (2016) [linkpdf]

16. Reply to Sklenář: Upward vegetation shifts on Chimborazo are robust

Morueta-Holme N, Engemann K, Sandoval-Acuña P, Jonas JD, Segnitz RM, Svenning J-C. PNAS 113(4): E409-E410 (2016) [linkpdf, original comment]

15. A network approach for inferring species associations from co-occurrence data

Morueta-Holme N*, Blonder B*, Sandel B, McGill BJ, Peet RK, Ott J, Violle C, Enquist BJ, Jørgensen PM, Svenning J-C. Ecography 39: 001-012 (2016) *Equal contribution [link, pdf, netassoc R package] – Forum Article

14. Patterns and drivers of plant functional group dominance across the Western Hemisphere – a macroecological re-assessment based on a massive botanical dataset

Engemann K, Sandel B, Enquist BJ, Jørgensen PM, Kraft N, Marcuse-Kubitza A, McGill B, Morueta-Holme N,  Peet RK, Violle C, Wiser S, Svenning J-C. Bot J Linn Soc 180(2): 141-160 (2016) [linkpdf]

13. Reply to Feeley and Rehm: Land-use intensification increases risk of species losses from climate change

Morueta-Holme N, Engemann K, Sandoval-Acuña P, Jonas JD, Segnitz RM, Svenning J-C. PNAS 112(45): E6085 (2015) [link, pdf, original comment]

12. Megafauna extinction, tree species range reduction, and carbon storage in Amazonian forests

Doughty CE, Wolf A, Morueta-Holme N, Jørgensen PM, Sandel B, Violle C, Boyle  B, Kraft NJB, Peet RK, Enquist BJ, Svenning J-C, Blake S, Galetti M. Ecography 39(2): 194-203 (2016) [linkpdf]

11. Strong upslope shifts in Chimborazo’s vegetation over two centuries since Humboldt

Morueta-Holme N, Engemann K, Sandoval-Acuña P, Jonas JD, Segnitz RM, Svenning J-C. PNAS 112( 41): 12741–12745 (2015) [link, pdf] – Cover Article

Pollen from hazel were used to validate species distribution models
10. Impact of model complexity on cross-temporal transferability in Maxent species distribution models: An assessment using paleobotanical data

Moreno-Amat E, Mateo RG, Nieto-Lugilde D, Morueta-Holme N, Svenning J-C, García-Amorena I J. Ecological Modelling  312: 308-317 (2015) [link, pdf]

Discerning community assembly across time
9. Linking environmental filtering and disequilibrium to biogeography with a community climate framework

Blonder B, Nogués-Bravo D, Borregaard MK, Donoghue II JC, Jørgensen P, Kraft NJB, Lessard J-P, Morueta-Holme N, Sandel B, Svenning J-C, Violle C, Rahbek C, Enquist BJ. Ecology 96: 972–985 (2015) [link, pdf, comclim R package]

8. Limited sampling hampers “big data” estimation of species richness in a tropical biodiversity hotspot

Engemann K, Enquist BJ, Sandel B, Boyle B, Jørgensen PM, Morueta-Holme N, Peet RK, Violle C, Svenning J-C.  Ecology and Evolution 5(3): 807-820 (2015) [link, pdf]

7. Shifts in trait means and variances in North American tree assemblages: species richness patterns are loosely related to the functional space

Šímová I, Violle C, Kraft NJB, Storch D, Svenning J-C, Boyle B, Donoghue II JC, Jørgensen PM, McGill BJ, Boyle B, Morueta-Holme N, Peet RK, Wiser SK, Piel WH, Regetz J, Schildhauer M, Thiers BM, Enquist B. Ecography 38: 649-658 (2015) [link, pdf] – Editor’s Choice

6. Functional trait space and the latitudinal diversity gradient

Lamanna C, Blonder B, Violle C, Kraft NJB, Sandel B, Šímová I, Donoghue II JC, Svenning J-C, McGill BJ, Boyle B, Buzzard V, Dolins S, Jørgensen PM, Marcuse-Kubitza A, Morueta-Holme N, Peet RK, Piel WH, Regetz J, Schildhauer M,  Spencer N, Thiers B, Wiser S, Enquist B. PNAS 111: 13745-13750 (2014) [link, pdf]

5. Habitat area and climate stability determine geographical variation in plant species range sizes

Morueta-Holme N, Enquist B, McGill BJ, Boyle B, Jørgensen PM, Ott JE, Peet RK, Šímová I, Sloat L, Thiers B, Violle C, Wiser S, Dolins S, Donoghue II JC, Kraft NJB, Regetz J, Schildhauer M, Spencer N, Svenning J-C. Ecology Letters 16: 1446-1454 (2013) [link, pdf] – Cover Article

4. Leaf-cutting ants as road engineers: the width of trails at branching points in Atta cephalotes

Farji-Brener AG, Morueta-Holme N, Chinchilla F, Willink B, Ocampo N, Bruner G. Insectes Sociaux 59:  389-394 (2012) [linkpdf]

3. Climate change risks and conservation implications for a threatened small-range mammal species

Morueta-Holme N, Fløjgaard C, Svenning J-C. PLoS ONE 5(4): e10360 (2010) [linkpdf]

2. Big moving day for biodiversity? A macroecological assessment of the scope for assisted colonization as a conservation strategy under global warming

Svenning J-C, Fløjgaard C, Morueta-Holme N, Lenoir J, Normand S, Skov F. IOP Conf Ser: Earth Environ Sci 8: 012017 (2009) [linkpdf]

1. Potential 21st century changes to the mammal fauna of Denmark – implications of climate change, land-use, and invasive species

Fløjgaard C, Morueta-Holme N, Skov F, Madsen AB, Svenning J-C IOP ConfSer: Earth Environ Sci 8: 012016 (2009) [linkpdf]

 – Other publications –

6. Chimborazo vulkanen: plantegeografiens vugge

Morueta-Holme N (2018) Tidsskriftet URT 2: 8-10 (in Danish) [linkpdf]

5. Climate ready vegetation management in the Bay Area: A pilot workshop for land managers

Morueta-Holme N, Micheli L, Veloz S & Ackerly DD. Dwight Center for Conservation Science. Technical Report, 34 pp. (2017) [linkpdf]

4. Climate Ready Vegetation Reports (Blue Ridge Berryessa, Coastal Grasslands, Marin Coast, Northern Mayacamas, Point Reyes, Russian River, Sonoma Coast Range, Sonoma Mountain, Southern Mayacamas, and Vaca Mountains West)

TBC3 (2016) [link]

3. Climate Ready Management Implications

TBC3 (2016) [link]

2. Who comes, who disappears? / Hvad kommer, hvad forsvinder?

Morueta-Holme N, Normand S, Fløjgaard C, Skov F, Svenning J-C KFT’s konferencemagasin (ed. Lars Moseholm): p. 40-41 (in Danish) (2010) [linkpdf]

1. A tool for management of nature in change / Værktøj til forvaltning af natur i forandring.

Fløjgaard C, Morueta-Holme N, Normand S, Svenning J-C, Skov F KFT’s konferencemagasin (ed. Lars Moseholm): p. 42-43 (in Danish) (2010) [linkpdf]

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