Oiseaux

  • Amandine Gamble

    PhD student, DVM

     

    Ecology of infectious agents circulation in wild birds colonies: coloniality, movements and vectors

     

    CEFE UMR 5175

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  • Amélie Fargevieille

     

     

     

    ChickMorpho

    Ph.D student 2013-2016 (thesis defended on December, 13th 2016)

    Campus du CNRS

    1919, route de Mende
    34293 Montpellier cedex 5
    Tel: +33(0)4 67 61 33 27

    Email: afargevieille[at]gmail.com

     

    Research interests:

    Diversification of communication signals; evolution of multiple traits

    Sexual and social selection; intraspecific and interspecific communication

    Comparative methods

     


    Ph.D project:

    Sexual selection and the evolution of female ornaments:A study of female plumage colouration using comparative analyses and long-term data sets from blue tit populationDSC 6152 069s

    Supervisors:  Claire Doutrelant and Arnaud Grégoire

    Topic: My thesis focused on understanding the contribution of sexual selection in the evolution and maintenance of conspicuous colourations in female birds. 

    A first part tested how paternal care and female reproductive costs drove the evolution of female plumage colouration in songbirds, by the mean of a comparative study using spectrometry, avian visual models and life-history traits (Fargevieille et al. In prep).

     

    In a second part, a long-term project data set onblue tits (Cyanistes caeruleus) was used to test hypotheses related to the evolution of female ornamentation. Ten years of plumage colouration, from four populations were used to assess the evopairbluetitslution of female ornaments. Genetic correlation (Charmantier et al. 2017), relationships between colouration and survival rate or reproductive success (unpublished) were tested by the means of quantitative genetics, CMR analyses and within-study meta-analyses. Quantification of the degree of assortative mating at the population level - considering spatio-temporal variation - was also tested (Fargevieilleet al. 2017). It led to a more thorough study at the individual level trying to understand factors underlying assortative mating in ourpopulations (Fargevieille et al. In prep.). 


    • Publications:
      • Fargevieille, A., A. Grégoire, A. Charmantier, Maria del Rey Granado, and C. Doutrelant. 2017. Assortative mating by colored ornaments in blue tits: space and time matter. Ecology and Evolution 7:2069-2078.(doi:10.1002/ece3.2822)
      • Charmantier, A., M. E. Wolak, A. Gregoire, A. Fargevieille, and C. Doutrelant. 2017. Colour ornamentation in the blue tit: quantitative genetic (co)variances across sexes. Heredity 118:125-134. (doi:10.1038/hdy.2016.70)
      • Charmantier, A., C. Doutrelant, G. Dubuc-Messier, A. Fargevieille, and M. Szulkin. 2016. Mediterranean blue tits as a case study of local adaptation. Evolutionary Applications 9:135-152. (doi:10.1111/eva.12282)
      • Lambrechts, M. M., J. Blondel, C. Bernard, S. P. Caro, A. Charmantier, V. Demeyrier, C. Doutrelant, G. Dubuc-Messier, A. Fargevieille, C. de Franceschi, P. Giovannini, A. Grégoire, S. Hurtrez-Boussès, A. Lucas, M. C. Mainwaring, P. Marrot, A. Mennerat, S. Perret, and P. Perret. 2016. Exploring Biotic and Abiotic Determinants of Nest Size in Mediterranean Great Tits (Parus major) and Blue Tits (Cyanistes caeruleus). Ethology 122:492:501. (doi:10.111/eth.12494)
      • Lambrechts, M. M., P. Marrot, A. Fargevieille, P. Giovannini, A. Lucas, V. Demeyrier, A. Midamegbe, P. Perret, A. Grégoire, A. Charmantier, and C. Doutrelant. 2016. Nest size is not closely related to breeding success in Blue Tits: A long-term nest-box study in a Mediterranean oak habitat. The Auk 133:198-204. (doi:10.1642/auk-15-214.1)
      • Lambrechts, M. M., V. Demeyrier, A. Fargevieille, P. Giovannini, A. Lucas, P. Marrot, A. Midamegbe, P. Perret, A. Charmantier, C. Doutrelant, and A. Grégoire. 2014. Great Tits build shallower nests than Blue Tits. Avian Biology Research 7:251-254 (doi:10.3184/175815514X14162394225987)
      • Fincke, O.M., A. Fargevieille, and T.D. Schultz. 2007. Lack of innate preference for morph and species identity in mate-searching Enallagma damselflies. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 61:1121-1131.(doi:10.1007/s00265-006-0345-3)

    •  Oral communications in international congresses/conferences:
      • Paternal care and reproductive costs drive the evolution of female ornamentation: comparative analyses in songbirds. XVIth Congress of the European Society of Evolutionary Biology, Groningen (The Netherlands); August 20th-25th 2017 (upcoming)
      • Evolution of female ornaments: a role of male mate choice?16th Congress of the International Society of Behavioral Ecology, Exeter (United Kingdom); July 28th- August 2nd 2016
      • Temporal and spatial variation in assortative mating: an example in Blue Tit Mediterranean populations.11th Conference of Ecology & Behaviour, Toulouse (France); May 18th-21st 2015.

    • Poster communications in international congresses/conferences:
      • Spatio-temporal variation in assortative mating: an example in Blue Tit Mediterranean populations. XVth Congress of the European Society of Evolutionary Biology, Lausanne (Switzerland); August 10th-14th 2015.
      • Assessing the role of sexual selection in the evolution and maintenance of female ornamentation: comparative approaches in birds. 1st Congress on Modern Phylogenetic Comparative Methods in Evolution, Sevilla (Spain); November 12th-14th 2014.

      (Pictures courtesy of Marie Danielsen, David Grémillet and Stéphan Tillo)

  • Ana RODRIGUES

    Ana2015

    Senior Researcher (Directrice de recherche 2) CNRS

    My research lies at the interface between ecology and biological conservation, with the study of spatial biodiversity patterns as the unifying theme. Main current interests: large-scale conservation priorities; evolutionary community models; historical human footprint on biodiversity, with a focus on marine mammals.

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  • Anne CHARMANTIER

    altDirectrice de recherche (DR2)

    CEFE/CNRS
    Campus du CNRS
    1919, route de Mende
    34293 Montpellier 5

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    E-mail : anne.charmantier[at]cefe.cnrs.fr

    Thèmes de recherche: Evolution et génétique quantitative dans les populations naturelles; sénescence; sélection sexuelle.

  • Arnaud Grégoire

    Maître de Conférences à l'Université de MontpellierArnaud GREGOIRE
    Faculté des Sciences, département d'enseignement Biologie Ecologie

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    CEFE/CNRS
    Campus du CNRS
    1919, route de Mende
    34293 Montpellier cedex 5
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    Mots clés

    Discipline :Ecologie

    Thématiques : Ecologie évolutive et comportementale, Interactions durables
    Organismes biologiques : Oiseaux, Arthropodes
    Milieu : Terrestre, Marin
    Techniques : Analyse de données, Expérimentation et suivis sur le terrain, Analyses au laboratoire (immunologie), Capture-Marquage-Recapture, Spectrophotométrie
    Autres mots clés : Ecologie Urbaine, Sélection sexuelle, Interactions hôte-parasite, Effets maternels,


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  • Aurélie CELERIER

     

    Maître de Conférences à l'Université Montpellier II

    rencontre nocturne


    CEFE/CNRS

    Campus du CNRS

    1919, route de Mende
    34293 Montpellier cedex 5


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  • Aurélie COULON

    Aurelie.Coulon

    Associate Professor in spatial ecology at the Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle                                                                                                                                                        

    My research focuses on movement ecology: I study the factors influencing animal movements (especially dispersal) and gene flow, with a particular emphasis on landscape composition and structure. I also study how human-triggered landscape modifications like fragmentation affect animal movements; and the consequences on population functioning and structure. My research is hence tightly linked to the management/conservation of populations, and to landscape management (e.g. connectivity restoration, french Trame Verte et Bleue policy).

  • Aurélien BESNARD

    altLecturer / Maître de Conférences

    HDR depuis le 04/09/2013mémoire à télécharger ici

    CEFE/CNRS
    Campus du CNRS
    1919, route de Mende
    34293 Montpellier 5
    France 


    Tél. :     +33 (0)4 67 61 32 94
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    Keywords:Biostatistics; Conservation biology; Amphibians; Birds, Reptiles, Quantitative ecology; Population Dynamics and Demography, Sampling designs.

     

  • Céline TEPLITSKY

    Chargée de Recherche

    My research interests include mechanisms that promote phenotypic variation as well as potential for and constraints on adaptation, framing those questions at the edge between evolutionary and conservation biology. 

     

  • Charlotte FRANCESIAZ

    Charlotte Francesiazcharlotte

    Doctorante  

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    My PhD project aims at comparing drivers of colonial bird population dynamics.

  • Claire Doutrelant

     

    Claire Doutrelant*Tenure CNRS research scientistcd

    CEFE CNRS 1919 Rte de Mende, 34293 Montpellier

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    Member of LIA Biodiversity: http://www.lia-bioevol.org/behavioural-ecology/

    Research associate: http://www.fitzpatrick.uct.ac.za/fitz/staff/academic/research_associates

     

    My research is centered in the theoretical framework of evolutionary ecology, population biology and behavioural ecology. My projects aim at understanding life history variation in order to determine the adaptive and evolutionary processes that explain and maintain animal diversity. I´m particularly interested by three kinds of life history traits linked to behavior: cooperation,: animal communication and mating strategies. I'm mainly using birds as biological models. I'm mainly using empirical methods, including large-scale experiments and analyses of long-term data sets on different populations of passerine birds in the field.

    I'm currently working on three main projects. 1) Evolution of colour ormentation in birds 2) the fitness and life history traits consequences of cooperation in sociable weavers ; 3) Sexual and social evolution on islands and insularity syndrome. I’m also involved in two long term monitoring of reproduction and survival, one on Mediterranean blue tits, the other on sociable weavers.

     

  • Claudine MONTGELARD

    Maitre de Conférence (EPHE)

    CEFE/CNRS
    Campus du CNRS
    1919, route de Mende
    34293 Montpellier 5

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     THEMES DE RECHERCHE

    Mes thèmes de recherche concernent la phylogénie, la phylogéographie et l'évolution moléculaire à partir de l'analyse des séquences de gènes mitochondriaux et nucléaires. L’objectif est de répondre, à l’aide de l’outil moléculaire, à des questions de biodiversité et systématique évolutive à l’échelle des vertébrés (mammifères, amphibiens et reptiles). Je m’intéresse aussi à l’échelle temporelle (datations moléculaires) des différents niveaux de diversifications ce qui permet de confronter les inférences moléculaires avec les données morphologiques, paléontologiques et biogéographiques.

  • David Grémillet

    Directeur de recherche (DR1) au CNRSalt

    CEFE/CNRS
    Campus du CNRS
    1919, route de Mende
    34293 Montpellier cedex 5

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    Google Scholar Researcher ID

  • Hugo Gruson

     

     

  • Hugo Gruson

    PhD in evolutionary biology on "Origin and functions of iridescent colours in hummingbirds"

  • Jean-Louis MARTIN

     

    Directeur de Recherche au CNRS / Senior Scientist at CNRS

     

    J’étudie les réponses des communautés animales et végétales aux changements d’origine humaine (espèces introduites, usage des sols), en milieu tempéré et méditerranéen.

     

    I study plant and animal community response to human induced change (introduced  species, land use) in temperate and méditerranean systems.

     

    Courriel: jean-louis.martin [at] cefe.cnrs.fr

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  • Jean-Yves BARNAGAUD

    CEFE- RDC Aile A, bureau 18

    CEFE/CNRS - EPHE
    Campus du CNRS
    1919, route de Mende
    34293 Montpellier 5
    France

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    RESEARCH

    My main research lies in the fields of biogeography, macroecology and community ecology. I have a particular interest for the processes that sustain the composition of species assemblages and the resulting gradients of diversity at multiple spatial and temporal scales. 

  • Jules CHIFFARD

    Phd student - DoctorantChiffard Carricaburu 2014

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    Research : Climatic and biotic drivers of species distributions in alpine landscapes -- Distribution des oiseaux dans les socio-écosystèmes montagnards

    Project : A long-term bird survey for mountain landscape birds -- Un suivi participatif national à long terme des oiseaux de montagne (!)

     

  • Julie FLUHR

    Doctorante

    CNRS CEFE UMR 5175 - Univesité Montpellier

    +33 4 67 61 32 63

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    PhD Project (2014-2017)

    Stratégies de prospection alimentaire des vautours fauves (Gyps fulvus) et conséquences sur la gestion anthropiques des ressources alimentaires.

    Foraging strategies of Griffon vultures (Gyps fulvus) and consequences on food resources management.

    Director: Simon Benhamou (CEFE, CNRS Montpellier)
    Co-supervisor: Olivier Duriez (Univesrité Montpellier, EPHE, CEFE Montpellier)

     

    Abstract

    As a conservation tool, supplementary feeding programs are widely applied on a large range of species, from songbirds to raptors – even large predators such as the Iberian Lynx (Lynx pardinus).  Directed to populations whose productivity or survival is thought to be limited by food scarcity, supplementary feeding is likely to bring positive benefits but also negative ones (e.g. spread of diseases, changes in territorial behavior, reduced reproductive success). Thus, carcass provisioning to support scavengers can be a controversial practice, with potential impacts at the individual and population levels.

    While scavengers have supposedly evolved to search for unpredictable resources, centralized feeding stations are likely to promote non-natural behaviors. Making food resources artificially, supplementary feeding may represent an ecological trap to birds. Understanding space use of free-living scavengers depending – or not - on anthropogenic management is essential to guide future conservation planning.

    The aim of my PhD is to better understand and to compare the foraging strategies of griffon vultures from two contrated regions. While in the Grands Causses, supplementary feeding stations were established to sustain the reintroduced population in the 1980s, the native French Pyrenean population mainly depends on extensive pastoralism. To understand how predictability of food resources may affect foraging behaviors of vultures, my plans are: 1) to compare home ranges and space use of individuals in both regions; 2) to quantifiy the level of routine in the movement behaviours of vultures from the Grands Causses where food is predictable in space even time.

     

    Keywords

    Behavioural ecology, Spatial ecology, Conservation biology, Foraging strategy, Home range, Routine, Supplementary feeding, Birds, Vultures, Gyps fulvus

     

    Publications

    Fluhr, J., Benhamou, S., Riotte-Lambert, L., Duriez, O. Assessing the risk for an obligate scavenger to be dependent on predictable feeding sources. Submitted to Biological Conservation

    Péron, G., Fleming, C.H., Duriez, O., Fluhr, J., Itty, C., Lambertucci, S., Safi, K., Shepard, E.L.C., Calabrese, J.M., 2017. The energy landscape predicts flight height and wind turbine collision hazard in three species of large soaring raptor. J. Appl. Ecol. n/a-n/a. doi:10.1111/1365-2664.12909

    Fluhr, J., Strøm, H., Pradel, R., Duriez, O., Beaugrand, G., Descamps, S., 2017. Weakening of the subpolar gyre as a key driver of North Atlantic seabird demography: a case study with Brünnich’s guillemots in Svalbard. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 563, 1–11. doi:10.3354/meps11982

    Harel, R., Duriez, O., Spiegel, O., Fluhr, J., Horvitz, N., Getz, W.M., Bouten, W., Sarrazin, F., Hatzofe, O., Nathan, R., 2016. Decision-making by a soaring bird: time, energy and risk considerations at different spatio-temporal scales. Philos. Trans. R. Soc. B Biol. Sci. 371. doi:10.1098/rstb.2015.0397

     

    Oral communications

    Fluhr, J., Riotte-Lambert, L. , Benhamou, S., Duriez, O., & Chamaillé-Jammes, S. (2015). Patrons de récursion chez les Vautours fauves : quelle périodicité pour quelle ressource? Journée thématique « Déplacement animal », Septembre 2015, CEFE/CNRS, Montpellier.
     
    Fluhr, J., Duriez, O., Benhamou, S., & Riotte-Lambert, L. (2015). Supplementary feeding stations to sustain Griffon vulture populations: do vultures’ visits match the frequency of food deposition? 27 th  International Congress of Conservation Biology (ICCB) & 4 th  European Congress for Conservation Biology (ECCB), Août 2015, Montpellier, France
     
    Duriez, O., Gallais, R., Neouze, R., & Fluhr, J. (2015). Vulture attacks? The importance of considering public awareness and collaboration for a better understanding of vulture-livestock interactions. 27 th  International Congress of Conservation Biology (ICCB) & 4 th  European Congress for Conservation Biology (ECCB), Août 2015, Montpellier, France
     
    Grosjean, V., Mouze-Amady, M.,  Fluhr, J., Remy, O., & Titon, I. (2012). Integrative approach to Burnout: how to combine physiological, subjective and cognitive clues? A field experiment based on Somatic Marker Hypothesis. 10th Conference of the European Academic of Occupational Health Psychology (EA-OHP). Avril 2012, Zurich, Suisse.
     
    Fluhr, J., Remy, O., & Grosjean, V. (2010). Approche intégrative de l'épuisement professionnel du personnel soignant. Vulnérabilité, stratégie de coping et pistes de prévention. 45ème congrès de la SELF : Fiabilité, adaptation et résilience. Septembre 2010, Liège, Belgique.
     
    Fluhr, J., Grosjean, V., Remy, O.,  & Mouze-Amady, M. (2009). Approche psycho-physiologique de l'épuisement professionnel. Rôle de l'ergonomie. 13ème Journée d'Etude du GERRA "Les émotions au travail". Décembre 2009, Lyon, France.

     

     

  • Julie FLUHR

    Doctorante

    CNRS CEFE UMR 5175 - Univesité Montpellier

    +33 4 67 61 32 63

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    PhD Project (2014-2017)

    Stratégies de prospection alimentaire des vautours fauves (Gyps fulvus) et conséquences sur la gestion anthropiques des ressources alimentaires.

    Foraging strategies of Griffon vultures (Gyps fulvus) and consequences on food resources management.

    Director: Simon Benhamou (CEFE, CNRS Montpellier)
    Co-supervisor: Olivier Duriez (Univesrité Montpellier, EPHE, CEFE Montpellier)

     

    Abstract

    As a conservation tool, supplementary feeding programs are widely applied on a large range of species, from songbirds to raptors – even large predators such as the Iberian Lynx (Lynx pardinus).  Directed to populations whose productivity or survival is thought to be limited by food scarcity, supplementary feeding is likely to bring positive benefits but also negative ones (e.g. spread of diseases, changes in territorial behavior, reduced reproductive success). Thus, carcass provisioning to support scavengers can be a controversial practice, with potential impacts at the individual and population levels.

    While scavengers have supposedly evolved to search for unpredictable resources, centralized feeding stations are likely to promote non-natural behaviors. Making food resources artificially, supplementary feeding may represent an ecological trap to birds. Understanding space use of free-living scavengers depending – or not - on anthropogenic management is essential to guide future conservation planning.

    The aim of my PhD is to better understand and to compare the foraging strategies of griffon vultures from two contrated regions. While in the Grands Causses, supplementary feeding stations were established to sustain the reintroduced population in the 1980s, the native French Pyrenean population mainly depends on extensive pastoralism. To understand how predictability of food resources may affect foraging behaviors of vultures, my plans are: 1) to compare home ranges and space use of individuals in both regions; 2) to quantifiy the level of routine in the movement behaviours of vultures from the Grands Causses where food is predictable in space even time.

     

    Keywords

    Behavioural ecology, Spatial ecology, Conservation biology, Foraging strategy, Home range, Routine, Supplementary feeding, Birds, Vultures, Gyps fulvus

     

    Publications

    Fluhr, J., Benhamou, S., Riotte-Lambert, L., Duriez, O. Assessing the risk for an obligate scavenger to be dependent on predictable feeding sources. Submitted to Biological Conservation

    Péron, G., Fleming, C.H., Duriez, O., Fluhr, J., Itty, C., Lambertucci, S., Safi, K., Shepard, E.L.C., Calabrese, J.M., 2017. The energy landscape predicts flight height and wind turbine collision hazard in three species of large soaring raptor. J. Appl. Ecol. n/a-n/a. doi:10.1111/1365-2664.12909

    Harel, R., Duriez, O., Spiegel, O., Fluhr, J., Horvitz, N., Getz, W.M., Bouten, W., Sarrazin, F., Hatzofe, O., Nathan, R., 2016. Decision-making by a soaring bird: time, energy and risk considerations at different spatio-temporal scales. Philos. Trans. R. Soc. B Biol. Sci. 371. doi:10.1098/rstb.2015.0397

    Fluhr, J., Strøm, H., Pradel, R., Duriez, O., Beaugrand, G., Descamps, S., 2017. Weakening of the subpolar gyre as a key driver of North Atlantic seabird demography: a case study with Brünnich’s guillemots in Svalbard. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 563, 1–11. doi:10.3354/meps11982

     

    Oral communications

    Fluhr, J., Riotte-Lambert, L. , Benhamou, S., Duriez, O., & Chamaillé-Jammes, S. (2015). Patrons de récursion chez les Vautours fauves : quelle périodicité pour quelle ressource? Journée thématique « Déplacement animal », Septembre 2015, CEFE/CNRS, Montpellier.
     
    Fluhr, J., Duriez, O., Benhamou, S., & Riotte-Lambert, L. (2015). Supplementary feeding stations to sustain Griffon vulture populations: do vultures’ visits match the frequency of food deposition? 27 th  International Congress of Conservation Biology (ICCB) & 4 th  European Congress for Conservation Biology (ECCB), Août 2015, Montpellier, France
     
    Duriez, O., Gallais, R., Neouze, R., & Fluhr, J. (2015). Vulture attacks? The importance of considering public awareness and collaboration for a better understanding of vulture-livestock interactions. 27 th  International Congress of Conservation Biology (ICCB) & 4 th  European Congress for Conservation Biology (ECCB), Août 2015, Montpellier, France
     
    Grosjean, V., Mouze-Amady, M.,  Fluhr, J., Remy, O., & Titon, I. (2012). Integrative approach to Burnout: how to combine physiological, subjective and cognitive clues? A field experiment based on Somatic Marker Hypothesis. 10th Conference of the European Academic of Occupational Health Psychology (EA-OHP). Avril 2012, Zurich, Suisse.
     
    Fluhr, J., Remy, O., & Grosjean, V. (2010). Approche intégrative de l'épuisement professionnel du personnel soignant. Vulnérabilité, stratégie de coping et pistes de prévention. 45ème congrès de la SELF : Fiabilité, adaptation et résilience. Septembre 2010, Liège, Belgique.
     
    Fluhr, J., Grosjean, V., Remy, O.,  & Mouze-Amady, M. (2009). Approche psycho-physiologique de l'épuisement professionnel. Rôle de l'ergonomie. 13ème Journée d'Etude du GERRA "Les émotions au travail". Décembre 2009, Lyon, France.