Local and global patterns of species distribution and composition

Carmel, Y., Suprunenko, Y. F., Kunin, W. E., Kent, R., Belmaker, J., Bar-Massada, A. and Cornell, S. J. (2017), Using exclusion rate to unify niche and neutral perspectives on coexistenceOikos. doi:10.1111/oik.04380

Kent R, Bar-Massada A, and Carmel, Y. 2014. Bird and mammal species composition in distinct geographic regions and their relationships with environmental factors across multiple spatial scales. Ecology and Evolution, 4(10):1963-1971.

Bar-Massada A, Kent R, and Carmel, Y. 2014. Environmental heterogeneity affects the location of modeled communities along the niche-neutrality continuum. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 281:20133249.

Davidson, A., Carmel, Y. and Bar David, S. 2013. Characterizing movement pathways using a non-invasive approach: The reintroduced Asiatic wild ass in the Negev. Landscape ecology, 28(8):1465-1478.

Federman, R., Kent, R. and Carmel, Y. 2013. Irrigation as an important factor in species distribution models. Basic and Applied Ecology, 14(2013) 651–658.

Blank, L., Linker, R. and Carmel, Y. 2013. A Multiscale Analysis of Herbaceous Species Richness in a Mediterranean Ecosystem. Journal of Plant Ecology, 6(2):113-121.

Blank, L. and Carmel, Y. 2012. Woody vegetation patch types affect herbaceous species richness and composition in a Mediterranean ecosystem. Community Ecology, 13(1):72-81.

Kent, R., Bar Massada, A. and Carmel, Y. 2011. Multiscale analyses of mammal species composition – environment relationship in the contiguous USA. PLoSONE, 6(9):e25440.

Dolev, A. and Carmel, Y. 2009. Distribution of threatened–unprotected vertebrates as a basis for conservation planning. Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution, 55(2):117-132.

Carmel, Y. and Safriel, U.N. 1998. Habitat Use by Bats in a Mediterranean Ecosystem in Israel – Conservation implications. Biological Conservation, 84:245-250.