Local and global patterns of species distribution and composition

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.