Team’s publications



NEW Lambert, T. & Perga, ME.Non-conservative patterns of dissolved organic matter degradation when and where lake water mixes Aquat Sci (2019) 81: 64.

NEW Masset T, Frossard V, Perga ME, Cottin N, Piot C, Cachera S, Naffrechoux E (2019) Trophic position and individual feeding habits as drivers of differential PCB bioaccumulation in fish populations. Science of The Total Environment, 674, 472-481.

Four B, Thomas M, Danger M, Angeli N, Perga M-E, Banas D (2019) Using stable isotope approach to quantify pond dam impacts on isotopic niches and assimilation of resources by invertebrates in temporary streams: a case study. Hydrobiologia, 834, 163-181.


Majdi N, Hette-Tronquart N, Auclair E, Bec A, Chouvelon T, Cognie B, . . . Perga M-E (2018) There’s no harm in having too much: A comprehensive toolbox of methods in trophic ecology. Food Webs, 17, e00100.

Taranu ZE, Carpenter SR, Frossard V, Jenny J-P, Thomas Z, Vermaire JC, Perga M-E (2018) Can we detect ecosystem critical transitions and signals of changing resilience from paleo-ecological records? Ecosphere, 9, e02438.

Thomas C. ,Frossard V.,Perga M-E, Tofield-Pasche N, Hofmann H. ,Dubois N., Belkina N. ,Zobkova M. , Robert S.,Lyautey E. (In press) Lateral variations and vertical structure of the microbial methane cycle in the sediment of Lake Onego (Russia). INLAND WATERS

Perga M-E, Bruel R, Rodriguez L, Guénand Y, Bouffard D (2018) Storm impacts on alpine lakes: Antecedent weather conditions matter more than the event intensity. Global Change Biology, 24, 5004-5016.

Frantz A, Perga M-E, Guillard J (2018) Parasitic versus nutritional regulation of natural fish populations. Ecology and evolution, 8, 8713-8725.

Perga M-É, Danger M, Dubois S, Fritch C, Gaucherel C, Hubas C, . . . Bec A (2018) Forces, failles et opportunités de la recherche française en écologie trophique. Comptes Rendus Biologies.

Bruel R, Marchetto A, Bernard A, Lami A, Sabatier P, Frossard V, Perga M-E (2018) Seeking alternative stable states in a deep lake. Freshwater Biology, 63, 553-568.

Frossard V, Rimet F, Perga M-E (2018) Causal networks reveal the dominance of bottom-up interactions in large, deep lakes. Ecological Modelling, 368, 136-146.