• Ana RODRIGUES

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    Senior Researcher (Directrice de recherche 1) CNRS

    I am interested in understanding how biodiversity is distributed in space and in time, on the effects of human activities on those spatial and temporal patterns, and on the implications for biodiversity conservation.

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  • Aurélie COULON

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    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

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


    Tél. :     +33 (0)4 67 61 32 94
    Fax      :+33 (0)4 67 41 21 38

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    Keywords:Biostatistics; Conservation biology; Amphibians; Birds, Reptiles, Quantitative ecology; Population Dynamics and Demography, Sampling designs.

     

  • Claudine MONTGELARD

    Maitre de Conférences (EPHE)

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

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     fax: 33 (0)4 67 41 21 38

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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.

  • Dimitri MEDETIAN

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    Doctorant EPHE-PSL

    Etage 1, aile C, bureau 114

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    Directeur de thèse : Claude Miaud (CEFE, EPHE - PSL)

     

    Projet de thèse: Etude de la mobilité de la mégafaune marine grâce au développement d’un capteur passif à ADN environnemental

    Mots clés : ADN environnemental, capteur passif, mégafaune marine, parc éolien en mer.

    Cette thèse vise à améliorer les connaissances sur la mobilité de la mégafaune marine rare et parfois discrète (mammifères marins, tortues marines, grands poissons…) grâce au développement d’un capteur passif à ADN environnemental (ADNe). L’ADNe correspond à l’ADN naturellement relâché dans l’environnement par les organismes vivants. L’objectif est de capter cet ADN dans le temps afin de détecter les passages de la mégafaune marine et de mieux comprendre ses déplacements.

    Cette nouvelle méthode peut permettre de répondre à certains obstacles méthodologiques des inventaires de biodiversité marine (difficultés et coûts d’accès, saisonnalité de la fréquentation, discrétion des taxons…). 

    Enfin, ces capteurs serviront également à l’étude des interactions de cette faune avec les activités anthropiques. La fréquentation des parcs éoliens en mer par la mégafaune marine sera ainsi évaluée.

    Les objectifs de cette thèse sont donc :

    • De développer et de tester en laboratoire et sur le terrain un capteur passif à ADNe répondant aux contraintes physico-chimiques du milieu marin (salinité, variations de température, courants…)
    • Mettre en place ces capteurs dans le milieu naturel pour obtenir une meilleure compréhension des déplacements de la mégafaune marine dans des contextes variés (aire marine protégée, parc éolien en mer…).

     

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    Thesis project: Study of marine megafauna mobility thanks to the development of an environmental eDNA passive sampler.

    Key words: environmental DNA, passive sampler, marine megafauna, offshore wind farm.

    This thesis aims to improve knowledge on rare marine megafauna (marine mammals, sea turtles, large fishes…) thanks to the development of a passive environmental DNA (eDNA) sampler. eDNA is the DNA naturally released in the environment by living organisms. The objective is to capture the DNA over time to detect marine megafauna and to better understand its movements.

    This new method can address methodological obstacles of  marine biodiversity inventories (difficulties and costs of access, seasonality, taxa discretion…).

    Finally, these sensors will be used to study anthropogenic impacts on megafauna. The frequentation of offshore windfarms by marine megafauna will be evaluated. 

    The objectives are:

    • To develop and test in the laboratory and in the field an eDNA passive sampler according to the physio-chemical properties of marine environment (salinity, temperature, streams…).
    • Implement these samplers in the natural environment to better understand the marine megafauna movements in diverse contexts (marine protected area, offshore windfarm…). 
  • Jean-Yves BARNAGAUD

    CEFE- RDC, Aile B, bureau 3

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    RESEARCH

    My research is framed around a comparative exploration of the role of multiple environmental drivers in shaping species distributions and diversity at multiple spatial and temporal scales. Most of my research is structured on the combined use of ecoinformatics methods (statistical analysis of large data sets) and naturalist expertise to understand empirical patterns of community composition in space and time. My main active axes of research include :  

    - functional biogeography of seabirds in the Southern ocean. I try to explain and predict the composition of seabird assemblages with spatial models calibrated with environmental factors, trophic interactions and species traits. The project relies on a large-scale bird counts protocol from ships and statistical model of multiple data types. See the C-BIRDS project and thesis(offer valid until 07/2024).

    -  understanding spatial patterns of vertebrates distributions and assemblage compositions. Relying on various opportunistic or protocoled data sources at multiple spatial scales, I investigate the determinants of spatial patterns in vertebrate distributions and assemblage composition through spatial models based on proxies of historical and contemporary processes. See for instance he MALPOLONdatabase.

    - Ecoacoustics and community ecology. Several active projects focus on the relationship between bird community composition and the characteristics of soundscapes at multiple spatial and temporal scales, in order to explore the acoustic environment in which species interact and its changes with current land-use and climatic dynamics. See the ACOUCENEproject (2022 - 2025, FRB/CESAB)

    COLLABORATIVE WORK 

    Most of my interactions with biodiversity stakeholders are focused on data analysis to answer questions relative to the monitoring of human impacts on biodiversity at a regional or landscape scale.

    - Ecological data analysis. I am involved in initiatives to foster interactions between scientific and non scientific stakeholders with respect to data-based ecological monitoring and expertise. See the website of the CISSTATnetwork. 

    - Analysis of land use influences on common bird assemblages in southern France. I investigate the impact of land use and habitats on the temporal dynamics of local bird assemblages with opportunistic and protocoled data (collaborations with the Ligue pour la Protection des Oiseaux - PACA). 

    - Faunistic road casualties. I work with the Ligue pour la Protection des Oiseaux and the CEREMA to explain and predict spatial patterns in road casualites. We exploit jointly multiple sources of protocoled, non-protocoled and citizen science data to identify mortality hotspots and explanatory factors, with the final aim to inform public policies on the mitigation of traffic impact on vertebrates. See the final report of the COCPITT project (2020-2023).

     - Interacting imprints of climate change and land use on biodiversity. Using multiple taxa and scales, I investigate how species' responses to historical and present land use change interact with their responses to climate change. See the LANDBIO project (2022 - 2023, OFB - french ministry of ecology)

     

    TEACHING

    Most of my teaching activity is embedded within the program of the Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes.

    - Data analysis for ecologist : a three-weeks course dedicated to biodiversity stakeholders, framed on the practical use of statistical methods and the R software in ecological monitoring. 

    - Environmental law and policy : I drive a one-week course to introduce environmental public policies to scientific ecologists, involving speakers from various authorities and decision levels and practical training to improve students' written and verbal interactions with non-scientific stakeholders.

    - Methods for ecological monitoring : a two-weeks course with Aurélien Besnard, mainly dedicated to master students and biodiversity stakeholders, to improve their skills and critical thinking in advanced numerical methods for ecology, including species distribution modeling, population dynamics, sampling design and analysis of diversity indices.

    - Environmental changes and ecological science :I contribute to several courses on global changes and environmental monitoring. My teaching is focused on the interactions between science and society through several lenses including epistemology and governance / spatial planning.

      


  • Marc CHEYLAN

    altMaitre de conférence (EPHE)

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

    tél : +33 4 67 61 32 61
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    Mots clés : Conservation, Biogéographie, région méditerranéenne, Reptiles, Ecologie des populations, Phylogéographie.

  • Soumaya BELGHALI

    PhD candidate – EPHE & CEN Occitanie

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    Ma thèse a pour objectif d’étudier l’efficacité des mesures compensatoires d’un grand projet d’infrastructure, la LGV « Contournement Nîmes-Montpellier » (CNM). Les mesures sont majoritairement des mesures agro-écologiques à destination des outardes canepetières, œdicnèmes criards, lézards ocellés, orthoptères, dianes… L’étude permet d’appréhender les facteurs de succès ou d’échecs d’un projet compensatoire dans son ensemble et également d’apporter un retour sur des protocoles d’évaluation des mesures. Cette thèse permet aussi d’améliorer les connaissances sur l’écologie d’espèces méditerranéennes et mener à des préconisations de mesures de conservation.

    PHD supervisors: Aurélien Besnard (EPHE, CEFE-CNRS) et Olivier Scher (CEN Occitanie)

     

    Contact information

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    Website: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Soumaya-Belghali-3

  • Thierry CHAMBERT

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    Postdoctoral Researcher

    My research interests lie at the interface between population dynamics, quantitative ecology, conservation and life history evolution. I mostly focus on empirical work, on wild animal populations, but I also do some methodological development and a bit of theoretical work.

  • Thierry CHAMBERT

    Chercheur contractuel – Research fellow -  CNRS

     

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    ORCID : 0000-0002-9450-9080

    Je suis écologue, spécialisé en écologie des populations et en statistiques appliquées à l’écologie (mark-recapture, occupancy, etc.). Mes travaux actuels se concentrent principalement sur l’étude des impacts de l’éolien sur les populations d’oiseaux.

    I am a quantitative ecologist. I specialize in population ecology and ecological statistics (mark-recapture, occupancy, etc.). My current work mostly focusses on studying the impacts of wind energy development on bird populations.


     

    Project involved and collaborators/supervisors

    BIRD DYNAMIC – collaborators : Aurélien Besnard (CEFE / EPHE), Christophe Barbraud (CEBC / CNRS), Emmanuelle Cam (LEMAR, Université de Bretagne Occidentale)

    MAPE – collaborators : Aurélien Besnard (CEFE / EPHE), Olivier Duriez (CEFE / Université de Montpellier)

     

    About me

    Français

    Je travaille à l’interface entre recherche fondamentale et conservation de la biodiversité. Ma principale motivation est de comprendre et d’atténuer l’impact des activités humaines sur la biodiversité. Mon domaine de prédilection étant l’écologie des populations, je m’intéresse surtout aux impacts à l’échelle des populations animales, mais pas uniquement. Les méthodes que j’utilise s’appuient beaucoup sur la modélisation (projections démographiques, notamment) et sur l’analyse statistique de données de suvis de la faune (comptages, capture-recapture, occupancy). Je travaille de près avec de nombreux acteurs de la biodiversité, sur des projets touchant à de nombreux taxons de vertébrés : oiseaux marins, oiseaux terrestres, mammifères terrestres, phoques, amphibiens.

    Actuellement, mes travaux de recherche se concentrent sur l’étude des impacts de la transition énergétique, notamment du développement de l’éolien, sur les oiseaux. Dans le cadre du projet MAPE, j’ai notamment développé une application Shiny (EolPop) qui permet de quantifier l’impact démographiques des collisions d’oiseaux avec les éoliennes. J’ai ensuite développé l’application EolPower, qui permet de dimensionner les suivis réalisés sur les parcs éoliens pour estimer la mortalité aviaire. Depuis 2022, je travaille sur le projet BIRD DYNAMIC qui a pour objectif d’estimer l’impact cumulé des parcs éoliens en mer sur les populations d’oiseaux marins de la façade Atlantique française.

    English

    My work is at the crossroad between fundamental research and conservation. My biggest motivation is to understand and mitigate the impact of human activities on biodiversity. My main area of interest is population ecology. Therefore, my research mostly focusses on impacts at the population scale, but not exclusively. The methods I use rely heavily on modeling (demographic projections, in particular) and statistical analysis of wildlife monitoring data (counts, capture-recapture, occupancy). I work closely with many biodiversity stakeholders, on projects involving a wide range of vertebrate taxa: seabirds, land birds, terrestrial mammals, seals and amphibians.

    Currently, my research is focused on studying the impact of the energy transition, particularly the development of wind power, on birds. As part of the MAPE project, I developed a Shiny application (EolPop) to quantify the demographic impact of bird collisions with wind turbines. I then developed the EolPower application, which helps defining the study design of carcass search surveys that are carried out on wind farms to estimate avian mortality. Since 2022, I have been working on the BIRD DYNAMIC project, which aims to estimate the cumulative impact of offshore wind farms on seabird populations along the French Atlantic coast.

     

    Background and employment

    Français

    • Depuis 2022 : Chercheur contracuel (CEFE-CNRS, France).
      BIRD DYNAMIC : Impacts cumulés des parcs éoliens offshore sur les oiseaux marins
    • 2021-2022: Chercheur contracuel (CEFE-CNRS, France).
      Projet MAPE : Impact des parcs éoliens terrestres sur les populations d’oiseaux
    • 2019-2020 : Ecologue statisticien indépendant (basé à Montpellier, France)
    • 2017-2019 : Chercheur post-doctorant (Université de Montpellier, France)
      Monitoring adaptatif et démographie de l’Aigle royal dans les Parcs Nationaux Français
    • 2014-2017 : Chercheur post-doctorant (Pennsylvania State University, USA)
      Développement méthodologique pour l’étude et la gestion des communautés d’amphibiens
    • 2010-2013 : Doctorat en écologie (Montana State University, USA)
      Stochasticité environnementale et hétérogénéité individuelle chez le phoque de Weddell
    • 2009-2010 : Master 2, Biologie Ecologie and Evolution (Université de Montpellier, France)
      Statut immunologique et survie annuelle des hôtes dans un système hôte-parasite spatialisé

    English

    • 2022-now: Research fellow (CEFE-CNRS, France).
      BIRD DYNAMIC: Cumulative impacts of offshore wind farms on seabird populations
    • 2021-2022: Research fellow (CEFE-CNRS, France).
      MAPE project: Impacts of wind farms on bird populations
    • 2019-2020: Freelance environmental statistician (based in Montpellier, France)
    • 2017-2019: Postdoctoral Researcher (University of Montpellier, France)
      Adaptive Monitoring and demography of Golden Eagles in French National Parks
    • 2014-2017: Postdoctoral Researcher (Pennsylvania State University, USA)
      Methodological development and management of amphibians in North America
    • 2010-2013: Ph.D. in Ecology (Montana State University, USA)
      Environmental drivers and individual variance in a Weddell seal population
    • 2009-2010: M.Sc., Ecology and Evolution (University of Montpellier, France)
      Immunology and survival effects of a bacterial pathogen on seabirds

     

    (Co) Supervision of students

    Français

    2018 : Théo Châteaugiron – Dynamique spatiale d’occupation des aires de reproduction chez l’Aigle royal (Aquila chrysaetos).

    2021 : Mathilde Deleaux – Délimitation spatiale des populations d’oiseaux dans le cadre d’analyses d’impact de l’éolien.

    2021 : Marie Bocage – Appui au développement de l’application EolPop : quantification des impacts démographiques de l’éolien sur les oiseaux.

    2023 : Lise Layotte – Définir des seuils d’impact démographique dans le cadre des mortalités de la faune volante dues aux collisions avec les éoliennes.

    English

    2018: Théo Châteaugiron - Spatial dynamics of nesting area occupancy in Golden Eagles (Aquila chrysaetos).

    2021: Mathilde Deleaux - Spatial delimitation of bird populations for wind energy impact analyses.

    2021: Marie Bocage - Support for the development of the EolPop application: quantifying the demographic impacts of wind power on birds.

    2023 : Lise Layotte - Defining demographic impact thresholds in the context of avian collisions with wind turbines.

     

    Publications

    • Chambert, Duriez O., Deleaux M. & Besnard A. (2023). EolPop, a R-shiny tool for quantifying the demographic impact of species exposed to fatalities: Application to bird collisions with wind turbines. Journal of Environmental Management, 345, 118923.
    • Lyet A., Waller S., Chambert, Acevedo P., Howe E., Kühl H.S., Naidoo R., O’Brien T., Palencia P., Soutyrina S.V., Vicente J., Wearn O.R. & Gray T.N.E. (2023). Estimating animal density using the Space-to-Event model and bootstrap resampling with motion-triggered camera-trap data. Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation.
    • Hossack B.R., Hall D., Crawford C.L., Goldberg C.S., Muths E., Sigafus B.H. & Chambert (2023). Successful eradication of invasive American bullfrogs leads to co-extirpation of emerging pathogens. Conservation Letters, 00, e12970.
    • Couturier, T., Bauduin, S., Astruc, G., Blanck, A., Canonne, C., Chambert, T., Chiffard, J., Cosquer, A., Cubaynes, S., Curtet, L., Dortel, E., Drouet-Hoguet, N., Duchamp, C., Francesiaz, C., Grente, O., Jailloux, A., Kervellec, M., Lauret, V., Lebreton, J.-D. … Gimenez, O. (2023). Building spaces of interactions between researchers and managers: Case studies with wildlife monitoring and conservation in France. Ecological Solutions and Evidence, 4, e12245.
    • Chambert, T., Backlin, A.R., Gallegos, E., Baskerville-Bridges, B., & Fisher, R.N. (2022). Defining relevant conservation targets for the endangered Southern California distinct population segment of the mountain yellow-legged frog (Rana muscosa). Conservation Science and Practice. 4(5), e12666.
    • Hossack, B. R., Lemos-Espinal, J. A., Sigafus, B. H., Muths, E., Carreón Arroyo, G., Toyos Martinez, D., Hurtado Félix, D., Padilla, G. M., Goldberg, C. S., Jones, T. R., Sredl, M. J., Chambert, T., & Rorabaugh, J. C. (2021). Distribution of tiger salamanders in northern Sonora, Mexico: comparison of sampling methods and possible implications for an endangered subspecies, Amphibia-Reptilia, 43(1), 13-23.
    • Gamble A., Garnier R., Chambert, Gimenez O. & Boulinier T. (2020). Next‐generation Serology: Integrating Cross‐sectional and Capture–recapture Approaches to Infer Disease Dynamics. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Am. 101(2):e01670.
    • Chambert, Imberdis L., Couloumy C., Bonet R. & Besnard A. (2020) Density dependence in Golden Eagle Aquila chrysaetos fecundity better explained by individual adjustment than territory heterogeneity, In press.
    • Gamble A., Garnier R., Chambert, Gimenez O. & Boulinier T. (2020). Next Generation Serology: integrating cross-sectional and capture-recapture approaches to infer disease dynamics. Ecology. 101(2), e02923.
    • Louvrier J., Molinari‐Jobin A., Kéry M., Chambert, Miller D., Zimmermann F., Marboutin E., Molinari P., Müeller O., Černe R. & Gimenez O. (2019) Use of ambiguous detections to improve estimates from species distribution models. Conservation Biology, 33(1), 185–195.
    • Balint M., Nowak C., Márton O., Pauls S., Wittwer C., Aramayo J., Schulze A., Chambert, Cocchiararo B. & Jansen M. (2018) Accuracy, limitations and cost-efficiency of eDNA-based community survey in tropical frogs. Molecular Ecology Resources, 18(6), 1415-1426
    • Chambert, Grant E.H.C., Miller D.A.W., Nichols J.D., Mulder K.P. & Brand A.B. (2018) Two-species occupancy modeling accounting for species misidentification and nondetection. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 9, 1468–1477
    • Louvrier J., Chambert, Marboutin E. & Gimenez O. (2018) Accounting for misidentification and heterogeneity in occupancy studies using hidden Markov models. Ecological Modelling, 387, 61-69
    • Chambert, Pilliod, D.S. Goldberg C.S., Doi H. & Takahara T. (2018) An analytical framework for estimating aquatic species density from environmental DNA. Ecology and Evolution, 8(6), 3468–3477
    • Adams M.J., Pearl C.A., Chambert, McCreary B., Galvan S.K. & Rowe J. (2018) Effect of cattle exclosures on Columbia Spotted Frog abundance. Wetlands Ecology and Management, 26, 627-634
    • Chambert, Waddle J.H., Miller D.A.W., Walls S.C. & Nichols J.D. (2018). A new framework for analyzing automated acoustic species-detection data: occupancy estimation and optimization of recordings post-processing. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 9(3), 560-570
    • Muths E., Chambert, Schmidt B., Miller D.A.W, Hossack B.R., et al. (2017) Heterogeneous responses of temperate-zone amphibian populations to climate change complicates conservation planning. Scientific Reports, 7(1): 17102
    • Hossack B.R, Honeycutt R.K., Sigafus B.H., Muths E, Crawford C.L., Jones T.R., Sorensen J.A., Rorabaugh J.C. & Chambert (2017) Informing recovery in a human-transformed landscape: Drought-mediated coexistence alters population trends of an imperiled salamander and invasive predators. Biological Conservation, 209, 377-394
    • Chambert, Hossack B.R., Fishback L. & Davenport J.M. (2016) Estimating abundance in the presence of species uncertainty. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 7, 1041-1049
    • Chapple T.K., Chambert, Kanive P.E., Jorgensen S.J., Rotella J.J., Anderson S.D., Carlisle A.B. & Block B.A. (2016) A novel application of multi-event modeling to estimate class segregation in a highly migratory oceanic vertebrate. Ecology, 97, 3494–3502
    • Boulinier T., Kada S., Ponchon A., Dupraz M., Dietrich M., Gamble A., Bourret V., Duriez O., Bazire R., Tornos J., Tveraa T., Chambert, Garnier R., McCoy K.D. (2016) Migration, Prospecting, Dispersal? What Host Movement Matters for Infectious Agent Circulation? Integrative and Comparative Biology, icw015
    • Grant E.H.C., Miller D.A.W., Schmidt B.R., Adams M.J., Amburgey S.M., Chambert, Cruickshank S.S., Fisher R.N., Green D.M., Hossack B.R., Johnson P.T.J., Joseph M.B., et al. (2016) Quantitative evidence for the effects of multiple drivers on continental-scale amphibian declines. Scientific Reports, 6, 25625
    • Hossack B.R., Muths E., Rorabaugh J.C., Espinal J.A.L., Sigafus B.H., Chambert, Arroyo G.C., Felix D.H., Martinez D.T. & Jones T.R. (2016) Notes on the Distribution of Tiger Salamanders (presumed A. mavortium stebbinsi) in Sonora, Mexico. Herpetological Review, 47, 177-180
    • Ponchon, A., Chambert, T., Lobato, E., Tveraa, T., Grémillet, D. & Boulinier T. (2015) Breeding failure induces large scale prospecting movements in the black-legged kittiwake. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 473, 138-145
    • Chambert, Kendall W.L., Hines J.E., Nichols J.D., Pedrini P., Waddle J.H., Walls S.C., Tavecchia G. & Tenan S. (2015) Testing hypotheses on distribution shifts and changes in phenology of imperfectly detectable species. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 6, 638-647
    • Chambert, Miller D.A.W. & Nichols J.D. (2015) Modeling false positive detections in species occurrence data under different study designs. Ecology, 96, 332-339
    • Chambert, Rotella J.J. & Garrott, R.A. (2015) Female Weddell seals show flexible strategies of colony attendance related to varying environmental conditions. Ecology, 96, 479-488
    • Chambert, Rotella J.J. & Garrott R.A. (2014) An evolutionary perspective on reproductive individual heterogeneity in a marine vertebrate. Journal of Animal Ecology, 83(5), 1158-1168
    • Chambert, Rotella J.J., Higgs M.D. & Garrott R.A. (2014) Use of posterior predictive checks as an inferential tool for investigating individual heterogeneity in animal population vital rates. Ecology and Evolution, 4, 1389-1397
    • Chambert, Rotella J.J., Higgs M.D. & Garrott R.A. (2013) Individual heterogeneity in reproductive rates and cost of reproduction in a long-lived vertebrate. Ecology and Evolution, 3, 2047-2060
    • Choquet R., Carrié C., Chambert & Boulinier T. (2013) Estimating transitions between classified states using non-discrete measures with imperfect detection. Ecology, 94(10), 2160-2165
    • Ponchon A., Grémillet D., Doligez B., Chambert, Tveraa T., Gonzalez-Solis J. & Boulinier T. (2013) Tracking prospecting movements involved in breeding habitat selection: insights, pitfalls and perspectives. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 4, 143-150
    • Chambert, Rotella J.J. & Garrott R.A. (2012) Environmental extremes versus ecological extremes: Impact of a massive iceberg on the population dynamics of a high-level Antarctic marine predator. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 279, 4532-4541
    • Chambert, Staszewski V., Lobato E., Choquet R., Carrie C., McCoy K., Tveraa T. & Boulinier T. (2012) Exposure of Black-legged kittiwakes to Lyme disease spirochetes: dynamics of the immune status of adult hosts and effect on their survival. Journal of Animal Ecology, 81, 986-995
    • Rotella J.J., Link W.A., Chambert, Stauffer G.E. & Garrott R.A. (2012) Evaluating the demographic buffering hypothesis with vital rates estimated for Weddell seals from 30 years of mark-recapture data. Journal of Animal Ecology, 81, 162-173
    • Chambert, Pardo D., Choquet R., Staszewski V., McCoy K.D., Tveraa T. & Boulinier T. (2012) Heterogeneity in detection probability along the breeding season in Black-legged kittiwakes, implications for sampling design. Journal of Ornithology, 152, S371-S380

     

     

  • Véronique ARNAL

    V Arnal

    Ingénieur d’Etude (EPHE - PSL)

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

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    Référente données (UMR5175)

    Expertise en biologie moléculaire 

    • phylogénie,  phylogéographie, dynamique des populations, épidémiologie
    • détection ADN rares
    • mise au point de marqueurs moléculaires (gènes et locus microsatellites) 
    • outils bio-informatiques