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Unité Mixte de Recherche Inra-Univ. Bordeaux 1 "Biodiversité Gènes et Communautés" - Biogeco

Unité mixte de recherche (Inra, Univ. Bordeaux 1)Biodiversité, gènes et communautés (Biogeco) INRA_rvb150Bordeaux1

INRA Bordeaux-Aquitaine

Site de Recherches Forêt-Bois

69 route d'Arcachon

33612 CESTAS Cedex - FRANCE

Hampe Arndt (Chercheur)

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Hampe Arndt

Equipe Génétique des Populations

Arndt HAMPE

UMR 1202 Biodiversité Gènes & Communautés
INRA
69, route d'Arcachon
33612 CESTAS Cedex – France

Tel : 05 35 38 53 59

email : arndt.hampe_at_inra.fr

Research profile

I am a plant population ecologist and evolutionary biologist. My research spans local to large geographical scales and combines field and molecular ecological approaches. Woody plants are my favourite study organisms, and dispersal processes represent a common denominator of my different research lines:

  • Interactions between animal-dispersed plants and their dispersers
  • Demography of woody plant recruitment
  • Ecological determinants of population genetic structures
  • Phylogeography and species range dynamics
  • Climate relict populations and their refugia

Research experience

Since September 2011 - Director of research
INRA, UMR1202 BioGeCo, Cestas (France)

2008-2011 - Ramón y Cajal postdoctoral fellow
CSIC, Estación Biológica de Doñana, Sevilla (Spain)

2006-2008 - Marie Curie postdoctoral fellow
UMR1202 BioGeCo

2004-2006 - Juan de la Cierva postdoctoral fellow
Estación Biológica de Doñana

1999-2004 - PhD thesis
Universidad de Sevilla (Spain) and Estación Biológica de Doñana

1997-1998 - Ms thesis
Institute of Avian Biology 'Vogelwarte Helgoland', Wilhelmshaven (Germany)

Publications (see http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Arndt_Hampe for pdfs)

  • Benito Garzón M, Robson TM, Hampe A (2019) ΔTraitSDM: Species distribution models that account for local adaptation and phenotypic plasticity. New Phytologist 222: 1757-1765.
  • Castagneyrol B, Giffard B, Valdés-Correcher E, Hampe A (2019) Tree diversity effects on leaf insect damage on pedunculate oak: the role of landscape context and forest stratum. Forest Ecology and Management 433: 287-294.
  • Gárate Escamilla H, Hampe A, Vizcaíno-Palomar N, Robson M, Benito Garzón M (2019) Range-wide variation in local adaptation and phenotypic plasticity of fitness-related traits in Fagus sylvatica and their implications under climate change. Global Ecology and Biogeography 28: 1336-1350.
  • Valdés-Correcher E, van Halder I, Barbaro L, Castagneyrol B, Hampe A (2019) Insect herbivory and avian insectivory in novel native oak forests: divergent effects of stand size and connectivity. Forest Ecology and Management  445: 146-153.
  • Ye JW, Li DZ, Hampe A (2019) Differential Quaternary dynamics of evergreen broadleaved forests in subtropical China revealed by the phylogeography of Lindera aggregata (Lauraceae). Journal of Biogeography 46: 1112-1123.
  • Costa GC, Hampe A, Ledru MP, Martinez PA, Mazzochini GG, Shepard DB, Werneck FP, Moritz C, Carnaval AC (2018) Biome stability in South America over the last 30 kyr inferred from long-term vegetation dynamics and habitat modeling. Global Ecology and Biogeography 27: 285-297.
  • García C, Guichoux E, Hampe A (2018) A comparative analysis between SNPs and SSRs to investigate genetic variation in a juniper species (Juniperus phoenicea ssp. turbinata). Tree Genetics & Genomes 14: 87.
  • Moracho E, Jordano P, Hampe A (2018) Drivers of tree fecundity in Pedunculate oak (Quercus robur) refugial populations at the species’ southwestern range margin. Plant Biology 20 (Suppl 1): 195-202.
  • Ouayjan A, Hampe A (2018) Extensive sib-mating in a refugial population of beech (Fagus sylvatica) growing along a lowland river. Forest Ecology and Management 407: 66-74.
  • Du F, Hou M, Wang, WT, Mao K, Hampe A (2017) Phylogeography of Quercus aquifolioides provides novel insights into the Neogene history of a major global hotspot of plant diversity in Southwest China. Journal of Biogeography 44: 294-307.
  • Fernández-Conradi P, Jactel H, Hampe A, Guerrero F, Leiva MJ, Castagneyrol B (2017) The effects of plant genetic diversity on insect herbivory depends on insect abundance. Ecosphere 8: e01637.
  • Gerzabek G, Oddou-Muratorio S, Hampe A (2017) Temporal change and determinants of maternal reproductive success in an expanding oak forest stand. Journal of Ecology  105: 39-48.
  • Moracho E, Moreno G, Jordano P, Hampe A (2016) Unusually limited pollen dispersal and connectivity of Pedunculate oak (Quercus robur) refugial populations at the species’ southern range margin. Molecular Ecology 25: 3319-3331.
  • Vacher C, Hampe A, Porte AJ, Sauer U, Compant S, Morris CE (2016) The phyllosphere: microbial jungle at the plant-climate interface. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 47: 1-24.
  • Gavin DG, Fitzpatrick MC, Gugger PD, et al. (2014) Climate refugia: joint inference from fossil records, species distribution models and phylogeography. New Phytologist 204: 37-54.
  • Hampe A, Pemonge MH, Petit RJ (2013) Efficient mitigation of founder effects during the establishment of a leading-edge oak population. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 280: 20131070.
  • Lavergne S, Hampe A, Arroyo J (2013) In and out of Africa: how did the Strait of Gibraltar affect plant species migration and local diversification? Journal of Biogeography 40: 24-36.
  • Hampe A, Rodríguez‐Sánchez F, Dobrowski SZ, Hu FS, Gavin DG (2013) Climate refugia: from the Last Glacial Maximum to the twenty‐first century. New Phytologist 197: 16-18.
  • Barnagaud JY, Barbaro L, Hampe A, Jiguet F, Archaux F (2013) Species’ thermal preferences affect forest bird communities along landscape and local scale habitat gradients. Ecography 36: 1218-1226.
  • Rodríguez-Sánchez F, De Frenne P, Hampe A (2012) Uncertainty in thermal tolerances and climatic debt. Nature Climate Change 2: 636-637.
  • Aparicio A, Hampe A, Fernández‐Carrillo L, Albaladejo RG (2012) Fragmentation and comparative genetic structure of four mediterranean woody species: complex interactions between life history traits and the landscape context. Diversity and Distributions 18: 226-235.
  • Hampe A, Jump AS (2011) Climate relicts: past, present, future. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 42: 313-333.
  • Hampe A (2011) Plants on the move: the role of seed dispersal and initial population establishment for climate-driven range expansions. Acta Oecologica 37: 666-673.
  • Hampe A, El Masri L, Petit RJ (2010) Origin of spatial genetic structure in an expanding oak population. Molecular Ecology 19: 459-471.
  • Hampe A, Petit RJ (2010) Cryptic forest refugia on the ‘Roof of the World’. New Phytologist 185: 5-7.
  • Rodríguez-Sánchez F, Hampe A, Jordano P, Arroyo J (2010) Past tree range dynamics in the Iberian Peninsula inferred through phylogeography and palaeodistribution modelling: a review. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 162: 507-521.
  • Arroyo JM, Rigueiro C, Rodríguez R, Hampe A, Valido A, Rodríguez-Sánchez F, Jordano P (2010) Isolation and characterization of 20 microsatellite loci for laurel species (Laurus, Lauraceae). American Journal of Botany 97: e26-e30.
  • Hu FS, Hampe A, Petit RJ (2009) Paleoecology meets genetics: deciphering past vegetational dynamics. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7: 371-379.
  • Rigueiro C, Arroyo JM, Rodriguez R, Hampe A, Jordano P (2009) Isolation and characterization of 16 polymorphic microsatellite loci for Frangula alnus (Rhamnaceae). Molecular Ecology Resources 9: 986-989.
  • Arroyo JM, Rodriguez R, Rigueiro C, Hampe A, Jordano P (2009) Isolation and characterization of 12 microsatellite loci for Rhamnus alaternus (Rhamnaceae). Molecular Ecology Resources 9: 1216-1218.
  • Terrab A, Hampe A, Lepais O, Talavera S, Vela E, Stuessy TF (2008) Phylogeography of North African Atlas cedar (Cedrus atlantica, Pinaceae): combined molecular and fossil data reveal a complex Quaternary history. American Journal of Botany 95: 1262-1269
  • Hampe A, García-Castaño JL, Schupp EW, Jordano P (2008) Initial recruitment of vertebrate-dispersed woody plants: a spatially explicit analysis across years. Journal of Ecology 96: 668-678.
  • Hampe A (2008) Fruit tracking, frugivore satiation, and their consequences for seed dispersal. Oecologia 156: 137-145.
  • Duminil J, Fineschi S, Hampe A, Jordano P, Salvini D, Vendramin GG, Petit RJ (2007) Can population genetic structure be predicted from life-history traits? American Naturalist 169: 662-672.
  • Hampe A, Petit RJ (2007) Ever deeper phylogeographies: trees retain the genetic imprint of Tertiary plate tectonics. Molecular Ecology 16: 5113-5114.
  • Serdar B, Çoşkunçelebi K, Terzioğlu S, Hampe A (2007) Anatomical notes on Turkish Frangula alnus Mill. (Rhamnaceae). Plant Biosystems 141: 69-74.
  • Petit RJ, Hampe A (2006) Some evolutionary consequences of being a tree. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 37: 187-214.
  • Aguinagalde I, Hampe A, Mohanty A, Martín JP, Duminil J, Petit RJ (2005) Effects of life‐history traits and species distribution on genetic structure at maternally inherited markers in European trees and shrubs. Journal of Biogeography 32: 329-339.
  • Hampe A (2005) Fecundity limits in Frangula alnus (Rhamnaceae) relict populations at the species’ southern range margin. Oecologia 143: 377-386.
  • Hampe A, Petit RJ (2005) Conserving biodiversity under climate change: the rear edge matters. Ecology Letters 8: 461-467.
  • Petit RJ, Duminil J, Fineschi S, Hampe A, Salvini D, Vendramin GG (2005) Invited review: comparative organization of chloroplast, mitochondrial and nuclear diversity in plant populations. Molecular Ecology 14: 689-701.
  • Petit RJ, Hampe A, Cheddadi R (2005) Climate changes and tree phylogeography in the Mediterranean. Taxon 54: 877-885.
  • Hampe A (2004) Bioclimate envelope models: what they detect and what they hide. Global Ecology and Biogeography 13: 469-471.
  • Petit RJ, Bialozyt R, Garnier-Géré P, Hampe A (2004) Ecology and genetics of tree invasions: from recent introductions to Quaternary migrations. Forest Ecology and Management 197: 117-137.
  • Hampe A (2004) Extensive hydrochory uncouples spatiotemporal patterns of seedfall and seedling recruitment in a ‘bird‐dispersed’ riparian tree. Journal of Ecology 92: 797-807.
  • Hampe A, Arroyo J, Jordano P, Petit RJ (2003) Rangewide phylogeography of a bird-dispersed Eurasian shrub: contrasting Mediterranean and temperate glacial refugia. Molecular Ecology 12: 3415-3426.
  • Hampe A (2003) Large‐scale geographical trends in fruit traits of vertebrate‐dispersed temperate plants. Journal of Biogeography 30: 487-496.
  • Garrido B, Hampe A, Marañón T, Arroyo J (2003) Regional differences in land use affect population performance of the threatened insectivorous plant Drosophyllum lusitanicum (Droseraceae). Diversity and Distributions 9: 335-350.
  • Hampe A (2003) Frugivory in European Laurel: how extinct seed dispersers have been substituted. Bird Study 50: 280-284.
  • Hampe A, Arroyo J (2002) Recruitment and regeneration in populations of an endangered South Iberian Tertiary relict tree. Biological Conservation 107: 263-271.
  • Hampe A (2001) The role of fruit diet within a temperate breeding bird community in southern Spain. Bird Study 48: 116-123.
  • Hampe A, Bairlein F (2000) Modified dispersal‐related traits in disjunct populations of bird‐dispersed Frangula alnus (Rhamnaceae): a result of its Quaternary distribution shifts? Ecography 23: 603-613.
  • Hampe A, Bairlein F (2000) Foraging and flocking behaviour of migrating and resident frugivorous songbirds. Journal of Ornithology 141: 300-308.

Teaching

  • 2011-act: Master 'Biodiversité et écosystèmes continentaux', Bordeaux (France).
  • 2010-2014: Coordinator and lecturer of the two-week postgraduate summer course 'Ecological Consequences of Climate Change: Integrating Research Approaches'. Doñana National Park, Huelva (Spain).
  • 2009-2018: Master 'Biodiversidad y Biologia de la Conservación'. Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Sevilla (Spain).