Ecologie comportementale

Jean-Yves BARNAGAUD

CEFE- RDC, Aile B, bureau 3

33(0)467633265

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For master students : your applications are very welcome, but note that I am trying to mentor a maximum of 2 students per year in order to warrant my implication in your projects. I am therefore unlikely to accept applications outside a project that I have advertised myself, without fundings, or without a clear match with one of my research interests. Therefore, please read cautiously the description of my research below before getting in touch, and join a letter explaining precisely which of my projects is of highest interest to you and why.

RESEARCH

My research is focused on 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.   

- Composition and diversity of insular avifaunas. I use a framework based on ecological traits to understand the relative influences of landscape structure, habitat, and exotic species in shaping the current structure of bird communities on oceanic islands. 

- Influence of landscape and habitat on the distributions of mediterranean reptiles. Relying on opportunistic data from the regional participative database Malpolon, maintained  by the Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes since the 1980's, I investigate the determinants of spatial patterns in reptile distributions and diversity along regional gradients of climate, land use and land abandonment.

- 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. 

 

COLLABORATIVE WORK WITH STAKEHOLDERS

 

Most of my interactions with biodiversity stakeholders are focused on data analysis to answer questions relative to the monitoring of human impacts on biodiversity.

- Influence of management practices on waterbirds. In collaboration with the natural reserve of Hyères saltpans, I investigate the impact of water management practices on the temporal dynamics of waterbird species. 

- 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. 

- Use of opportunistic citizen science records for biodiversity monitoring. With the statisticians, ecologists and stakeholders involved in the Cisstat network, we explore methodological solutions for thejoint use of multiple data sources in biodiversity monitoring. 

 

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. 

- 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.

 


PUBLICATIONS

27. Fusco, J., Walker, E., Papaïx, J., Debolini, M., Bondeau, A. & Barnagaud, JY. Land use changes threaten bird taxonomic and functional diversity across the Mediterranean basin: a spatial analysis to prioritize monitoring for conservation. Frontiers in Ecology & Evolution - in press

26. Mignet, F., Barnagaud, JY., Barthe, L., Bertolero, A., Bosc, V., Escot, F., Fleuriau, R., Joubert, L., Joyeux, A., Lerat, D., Massez, G., Olivier, A., Owen-Jones, Z., Perrot, K., Petit, J., Poitevin, F., Poulet, L., Priol, P., Rivière, V., Roy, C., Scher, O., Schwartz, T., Thienpont, S., Thirion, JM., Vollot, B., Cheylan, M.  Geographic variation in body size among French populations of the European pond turtle. Amphibia-Reptilia - in press

25. Barnagaud, JY., Geniez, P., Cheyan, M & Crochet, PA. Climate overrides the effects of land use on the functional composition and diversity of mediterranean reptile assemblages. Diversity and Distributions - in press

24. Roy, L., Taudière, A., Papaïx, J., Blatrix, R., Chiron, G., Zriki, G., Bonato, O. & Barnagaud, JY. Evaluating the link between predation and pest control services in the mite world. Ecology & Evolution - 10:9968-9980

23. Journé, V., Barnagaud, JY., Bernard, C., Crochet, PA., Morin, X. 2020. Correlative climatic niche models predict real and virtual species distributions equally well. Ecology - 101(1),  e02912

22. Barnagaud, JY., Papaïx, J., Audevard, A., Lascève, M. Wroza, S. & Geoffroy, D., Interspecific variations in shorebird responses to management practices on protected Mediterranean saltpans. Biological Conservation - 237: 470-479

21. Barnagaud, JY., Mazet, N., Munoz, F., Grenié, M., Denelle, P., Sobral, M., Kissling, WD., Sekercioglu, C. & Violle, S. 2019. Functional biogeography of dietary strategies in birds. Global Ecology & Biogeography - 28(07) 1004-1017

20. Bouchard, B., Barnagaud, JY., Glotin, H., Poupard, M., Gauffier, P., Torres-Ortiz, S., Lisney, T., Campagna, S., Rasmussen, M. & Célérier, A. 2019.Behavioural responses of humpback whales to food-related chemical stimuli. PLoS ONE - 14(2): e0212515

19. De Solan, T., Renner, I., Cheylan, M., Geniez, P. & Barnagaud, JY. 2019. Opportunistic records reveal Mediterranean reptiles’ scale-dependent responses to anthropogenic land use. Ecography - 42(3) 608-620

18. Gaüzere, P., Iversen, L., Barnagaud, JY., Svenning, JC. & Blonder, B. 2018. Empirical predictability of community responses to climate change. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution - 6:186. doi: 10.3389/fevo.2018.00186

17. Pellissier, V., Barnagaud, JY., Kissling, W.D., Sekercioglu, C.H. & Svenning, JC. 2018. Niche packing and expansion account for species richness–productivity relationships in global bird assemblages. Global Ecology and Biogeography - 27(5) 604-615

16. Barnagaud, JY., Kissling, W.D., Tsirogiannis, C., Fisikopoulos, V., Villéger, S., Sekercioglu, C.H. & Svenning, JC. (2017) Biogeographic, environmental and anthropogenic determinants of global patterns in taxonomic and trait turnover in birds. Global Ecology and Biogeography - 26(10) 1190-1200

15. Barnagaud, JY.*, Gaüzere, P.*, Zuckerberg, B., Princé, K., Svenning, JC. Temporal changes in bird functional diversity across the United States. Oecologia - 185(4) 737-748 (*: equal contributions)

14. Toïgo, M., Barraquand, F., Barnagaud, JY., Piou, D., Jactel, H. Geographical variation in climatic drivers of the pine processionary moth population dynamics. Forest Ecology and Management - 404 141-155

13. Charbonnier Y., Gaüzere P., Van Halder I., Nezan J., Barnagaud JY., Jactel H., Barbaro L. 2016. Deciduous trees increase bat diversity at stand and landscape scales in mosaic pine plantations. Landscape Ecology - 31(2) 291-300

12. Charbonnier Y., Barbaro L., Barnagaud JY., Ampoorter E., Nezan J., Verheyen K., Jactel H. 2016. Bat and bird diversity along independent gradients of latitude and tree composition in European forests. Oecologia - 182(2) 529-537.

11. Van Halder I., Barnagaud JY., Jactel H., Barbaro L. 2015. Woodland habitat quality prevails over fragmentation for shaping butterfly diversity indeciduous forest remnants. Forest Ecology and Management - 357 171-180

10. Tjørnløv RS., Kissling WD.,Barnagaud JY., Bøcher PK., Høye TT. 2015. Oviposition site selection of an endangered butterfly at local spatial scales. Journal of Insect Conservation - 19 377-391 [LINK]

9. Barnagaud JY., Papaïx J., Gimenez O. & Svenning JC. 2015. Dynamic spatial interactions between the native invader Brown-headed Cowbird and its hosts. Diversity & Distributions - 21(5) 511-522

8. Barnagaud JY.*, Kissling D.*, Sandel B., Eiserhardt W., Sekercioglu C., Enquist B., Tsirogiannis C., Svenning J.C. 2014. Ecological traits influence the phylogenetic structure of bird species co-occurrences worldwide. * - equal contribution. Ecology Letters - 17(7) 811-820

7. Barnagaud JY., Barbaro L., Papaix J., Deconchat M. & Brockerhoff E. 2014. Habitat filtering by landscape and local forest composition in native and exotic New Zealand birds. Ecology - 95(1) 78-87

6. 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(11) 1218-1226

5. Bonthoux S., Barnagaud JY., Goulard M. & Balent G. 2013. Contrasting spatial and temporal responses of bird communities to landscape changes. Oecologia - 172(2) 563-574

4. Gimenez O., Abadi F., Barnagaud JY., Blanc L., Buoro M., Cubaynes S., Desprez M., Gamelon M., Guilhaumon F., Lagrange P., Madon B., Marescot L., Papadatou E., Papaïx J., Péron G. & Servanty, S. 2012. How can quantitative ecology be attractive to young scientists? Balancing computer/desk work with field work. Animal Conservation - 16(2) 134-136

3. Barnagaud JY., Barbet-Massin M., Jiguet F., Devictor V., Le Viol I. & Archaux, F. 2012. Relating habitat and climatic niches in birds. Plos One - 7(3): e32819.doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0032819

2. Barnagaud JY., Devictor V., Jiguet F. & Archaux, F. 2011. When species become generalists: on-going large-scale changes in bird habitat specialization. Global Ecology and Biogeography - 20(4) 630-640

1. Barnagaud JY., Crochet PA., Magnani Y., Bernard Laurent A., Menoni E., Novoa C. & Gimenez, O. 2011. Short-term response to the North Atlantic Oscillation but no long-term effects of climate change on the reproductive success of an alpine bird. Journal of Ornithology - 152(3) 631-641

 


PUBLIC SCIENCE BOOKS

Barnagaud, JY., Issa, N., Dalloyau, S. 2019. Where to watch birds in France. Pelagic Publishing. 336pp

Barnagaud, JY., Issa, N., Dalloyau, S. 2019. Observer les oiseaux en France. Biotope Editions. 351pp


TECHNICAL PUBLICATIONS

Barnagaud, JY. in LPO Aquitaine & Collectif Faune-Aquitaine. 2015. Atlas des oiseaux nicheurs d'Aquitaine. Delachaux & Niestlé (5 species monographs).

Barnagaud, JY. in Issa, N. & Muller, Y. 2015. Atlas des oiseaux de France. Nidification et présence hivernale. Delachaux & Niestlé (29 species monographs). 

Audevard, A., Barnagaud, JY., Bouzendorf, F., Kervarec, G., Le Corre, Y., Raitière, W., Spanneut, L. & Vincent, S. 2014. L’année ornithologique 2012. Natur Eussa – 5 : 2-59.

Audevard, A., Barnagaud, JY., Champion, M., Kervarec, G., Le Corre, Y., Raitière, W., Siblet, S., Spanneut, L.,, Veyrunes, F. & Vincent, S. 2013. L’année ornithologique 2011. Natur Eussa – 4 : 2-59.

Barnagaud JY. & Issa N. 2011. Le passage postnuptial du Pouillot à grands sourcils Phylloscopus inornatus en France: phénologie et variations spatiales. Alauda - 79(3) : 221-232. 

Liger A., Issa N. & Barnagaud JY. 2008. Le busard pâle Circus macrourus en France : statut récent et éléments d'identification. Ornithos 15(2) : 90-127

 


 

 

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