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2014-2019

Publications de l'UMR Ecobiop 2014-2019

2019 - 2018 - 2017 -2016 - 2015 - 2014

2019

  1. Arevalo, E.; Larranaga, A.; Lang, M.; Prévost, E.; Bardonnet, A. 2019. Comparison of the propensity to drift for three invertebrate taxa : a laboratory study. Hydrobiologia, 830 (1) : 243-254
  2. Bouchard, C.; Bracken, C.; Dabin, W.; Van Canneyt, O.; Ridoux, V.; Spitz, J.; Authier, M. 2019. A risk-based forecast of extreme mortality events in small cetaceans: using stranding data to inform conservation practice. Conservation Letters, e12639
  3. Olmos, M.; Massiot-Granier, F.; Prévost, E.; Chaput, G.; Bradbury, I.A.; Nevoux, M.; Rivot, E. 2019. Evidence for spatial coherence in time trends of marine life history traits of Atlantic salmon in the North Atlantic. Fish and Fisheries, 20 : 322-342

2018

  • Aas, O.; Cucherousset, J.; Fleming, I.A.; Wolter, C.; Hojesjo, J.; Buoro, M.; Santoul, F.; Johnsson, J.I.; Hindar, K.; Arlinghaus, R. 2018. Salmonid stocking in five North atlantic juridictions : identifying drivers and barriers to policy change. Aquatic Conservation - Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 28 (6) : 1451-1464
  • Arevalo, E.; Panserat, S.; Seiliez, I.; Larranaga, A.; Bardonnet, A.2018. Effect of food shortage and temperature on age 0+ salmonids: a contribution to predict the effects of climate change. Journal of Fish Biology, 92 (3) :  642-652
  • Arroita, M.; Flores, L.; Larranaga, A.; Chauvet, E.; Elosegi, A. 2018. Hydrological contingency: drying history affects aquatic microbial decomposition. Aquatic Sciences, 80 : 31
  • Bacles, C.F.E.; Bouchard, C.; Lange, F.; Manicki, A.; Tenteleir, C.; Lepais, O. 2018. Estimating the effective number of breeders from single parr samples for conservation monitoring of wild populations of Atlantic salmon Salmo salar. Journal of Fish Biology, 92 (3) : 699-726
  • Bolliet, V.; Bardonnet, A. 2018. Impacts of embeddedness on Salmo trutta at different periods of their early ontogenesis. In : Brown tout, biology, ecology and management. Lobon-Cervia, J.; Sanz, N. (Eds). John Wiley & Sons (USA). Ch.9, 201-225
  • Bouchard, C., Bardonnet, A., Buoro, M., Tentelier, C. 2018. Effects of spatial aggregation of nests on population recruitment: the case of a small population of Atlantic salmon. Ecosphere, 9 (4): e02178
  • Eldrogi, N.; Luthon, F.; Larroque, B.; Alqaddafi, S.; Bolliet, V. 2018. Motion estimation of glass eels by differential methods. International Science and Technology Journal, 299-315
  • Gordon, T. A. C., Harding, H. R., Clever, F. K., Davidson, I.K., Davison, W., Montgomery, D.W., Weatherhead, R. C., Windsor, F. M., Armstrong, J. D., Bardonnet, A., Bergman, E., Britton, J. R., Côté, I. M., D'Agostino, D., Greenberg, L.A., Harborne, A. R., Kahilainen, K. K., Metcalfe, N. B., Mills, S. C., Milner, N. J., Mittermayer, F. H., Montorio, L., Nedelec, S.L., Prokkola, J. M., Rutterford, L.A., Salvanes, A. G. V., Simpson, S.D., Vainikka, A., Pinnegar, J. K., Santos, E.M. 2018. Fishes in a changing world: learning from the past to promote sustainability of fish populations. Journal of Fish Biology, 92 (3) : 804-827
  • Hwan, J.L.; Fernandez-Chacon, A.; Buoro, M.; Carlson, S.M. 2018. Dry season survival of juvenile salmonids in an intermittent coastal stream. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 75 (5) : 746-758
  • Jarry, M.; Beall, E.; Davaine, P.; Guéraud, F.; Gaudin, P.; Aymes, J.C.; Labonne, J.; Vignon, M. 2018. Sea trout (Salmo trutta) growth patterns during early steps of invasion in the Kerguelen islands. Polar Biology, 41 (5) : 925-934
  • Marandel, L.; Gaudin, P.; Guéraud, F.; Glise, S.; Herman, A.; Plagnes-Juan, E.; Véron, V.; Panserat, S.; Labonne, J. 2018. A reassessment of the carnivorous status of salmonids : hepatic glucokinase is expressed in wild fish in Kerguelen islands. Science of the Total Environment, 612 : 276-285
  • Masson, S., Lepais, O., Manicki, A., Prévost, E., Chat, J. 2017. Disentangling individual movement between populations from effective dispersal in the facultative anadromous Salmo trutta L. Ecology of Freshwater Fish, 27 (1) :  323-338
  • Mougin, C.; Artige, E.; Marchand, F.; Mondy, S.; Ratié, C.; Sellier, N.; Castagnone-Sereno, P.; Coeur d'Acier, A.; Esmenjaud, D.; Faivre-Primot, C.; Granjon, L.; Hamelet, V.; Lange, F.; Pagès, S.; Rimet, F.; Ris, N.; Sallé, G. 2018. BRC4Env, a network of Biological Resource Centres for research in environmental and agricultural sciences. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 25(34) : 33849-33857
  • Siepielski, A.M.; Morrissey, M.B.; Buoro, M.; Carlson, S.; Caruso, C.M.; Clegg, S.M.; Coulson, T.; DiBattista, J.; Gotanda, K.M.; Francis, C.D.; Hereford, J.; Kingsolver, J.G.; Augustine, K.E.; Kruuk, L.E.B.; Martin, R.A.; Sheldon, B.C.; Sletvold, N.; Svensson, E.I.; Wade, M.J.; MacColl, A.D.C. 2018. Response to comment on "Precipitation drives global variation in natural selection". Science, 359 (6374) : eaan5760

2017

  • Arroita, M.; Flores, L.; Larranaga, A.; Martinez, A.; Martinez-Santos, M.; Pereda, O.; Ruiz-Romera, E.; Solagaistua, L.; Elosegi, A. 2017. Water abstraction impacts stream ecosystem functioning via wetted-channel contraction. Freshwater Biology, 62 (2) : 243-257
  • Bal, G.; Montorio, L.; Rivot, E.; Prévost, E.; Baglinière, J.L.; Nevoux, M. 2017. Evidence for long-term change in length, mass and migration phenology of anadromous spawners in French Atlantic salmon Salmo salar. Journal of Fish Biology, 90 (6) : 2375-2393
  • Bolliet, V., Claveau, J., Jarry, M., Gonzalez, P., Baudrimont, M., Monperrus, M. 2017. Migratory behavior, metabolism, oxidative stress and mercury concentrations in marine and estuarine European glass eels (Anguilla anguilla). Physiology and Behavior, 169 : 33-40
  • Bolliet, V.; Labonne, J.; Olazcuaga, L.; Panserat, S.; Seiliez, I. 2017. Modeling of autophagy-related gene expression dynamics during long term fasting in European eel (Anguilla anguilla). Scientific Reports, 7 : 17896
  • Dauphin, G.J.R.; Brugel, C.; Legrand, M.; Prévost, E. 2017. Separating wild versus stocking components in fish recruitment without identification data : a hierarchical modelling approach. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 74 (7) : 1111-1124
  • Elosegi, A.; Ramon Diez, J.; Flores, L.; Molinero, J. 2017. Pools, channel form, and sediment storage in wood-restored streams: potential effects on downstream reservoirs. Geomorphology, 279 : 165-175
  • Flores, L.; Giorgi, A.; Gonzalez, J.M.; Larranaga, A.; Diez, J.R.; Elosegi, A. 2017. Effects of wood addition on stream benthic invertebrates differed among seasons at both habitat and reach scales. Ecological Engineering, Part A, 106 : 116-123
  • Gauthey, Z., Lang, M., Elosegi, A., Tentelier, C., Rives, J., Labonne, J. 2017. Brown trout spawning habitat selection and its effects on egg survival. Ecology of Freshwater Fish, 26 (1) : 133-140
  • Gauthey, Z.; Tentelier, C.; Lepais, O.; Elosegi, A.; Royer, L.; Glise, S.; Labonne, J. 2017. With our powers combined : integrating behavioral and genetic data to estimate mating success and sexual selection. Rethinking Ecology, 2 : 1-26
  • Jacquin, L.; Dybwad, C.; Rolshausen, G.; Hendry, A.P.; Reader, S.M. 2017. Evolutionary and immediate effects of crude-oil pollution: depression of exploratory behaviour across populations of Trinidadian guppies. Animal Cognition, 20 : 97-108
  • Jacquin, L.; Gauthey, Z.; Roussille, V.; Le Hénaff, M.; Tentelier, C.; Labonne, J. 2017. Melanin in a changing world : brown trout coloration reflects alternative reproductive strategies in variable environments. Behavioral Ecology, 28 (6) : 1423-1434
  • Jatteau, P.; Drouineau, H.; Charles, K.; Carry, L.; Lange, F.; Lambert, P. 2017. Thermal tolerance of allis shad (Alosa alosa) embryos and larvae : modeling and potential applications. Aquatic Living Resources, 30 (2). DOI
  • Lepais, O., Manicki, A., Glise, S., Buoro, M., Bardonnet, A. 2017. Genetic architecture of threshold reaction norms for male alternative reproductive tactics in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.). Scientific Reports, 7 : 43552
  • Marengo, M.; Baudouin, M.; Viret, A.; Laporte, M.; Berrebi, P.; Vignon, M.; Marchand, B.; Durieux, E.D.H. 2017. Combining microsatellite, otolith shape and parasites community analyses as a holistic approach to assess population structure of Dentex dentex. Journal of Sea Research, 128 : 1-14
  • Pastor, A.; Lupon, A.; Gomez-Gener, L.; Rodriguez-Castillo, T.; Abril, M.; Arce, M. I.; Aristi, I.; Arroita, M.; Bravo, A. G.; De Castro-Catala, N.; Del Campo, R.; Casa-Ruiz, J. P.; Estevez, E.; Fernandez, D.; Fillol, M.; Flores, L.; Freixa, A.; Gimenez-Grau, P.; Gonzalez-Ferreras, A.M.; Hernandez-del Amo, E.; Martin, E. J.; Martinez, A.; Monroy, S.; Mora-Gomez, J.; Palacin-Lizarbe, C.; Pereda, O.; Poblador, S.; Rasines-Ladero, R.; Reyes, M.; Rodriguez-Lozano, P.; Ruiz, C.; Sanpera-Calbet, I.; Solagaistua, L.; Tornero, I. ; Catalan, N. 2017. Local and regional drivers of headwater streams metabolism : insights from the first AIL collaborative project. Limnetica, 36 (1), 67-85
  • Pereda, O.; Arroita, M.; Aristi, I.; Flores, L.; Larranaga, A.; Elosegi, A. 2017. Effects of aeration, sediment grain size and burial on stream litter breakdown and consumer performance: a microcosm study. Marine and Freshwater Research, 68 (12) : 2266-2274
  • Raffard, A.; Lecerf, A.; Cote, J.; Buoro, M.; Lassus, R.; Cucherousset, J. 2017. The functional syndrome: linking individual trait variability to ecosystem functioning. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 284 : 20171893
  • Siepielski, A.M.; Morrissey, M.B.; Buoro, M.; Carlson, S.; Caruso, C.M.; Clegg, S.M.; Coulson, T.; DiBattista, J.; Gotanda, K.M.; Francis, C.D.; Hereford, J.; Kingsolver, J.G.; Augustine, K.E.; Kruuk, L.E.B.; Martin, R.A.; Sheldon, B.C.; Sletvold, N.; Svensson, E.I.; Wade, M.J.; MacColl, A.D.C. 2017. Precipitation drives global variation in natural selection. Science, 355 (6328) : 959-962
  • Tentelier, C., Barroso-Gomila, O., Lepais, O., Manicki, A., Romero-Garmendia, I., Jugo, B.M. 2017. Testing mate choice and overdominance at MH in natural families of Atlantic salmon Salmo salar. Journal of Fish Biology, 90 (4) : 1644-1659
  • Vignon, M. 2017. Investigating morphospace occupation in multi-scale ecological and evolutionary data using regression tree: case studies and perspectives. Evolutionary Biology, 44 (1) : 120-134
  • Vivancos, A.; Closs, G.; Tentelier, C. 2017. Are 2D space-use analyses adapted to animals living in 3D environments? A case study on a fish shoal. Behavioral Ecology, 28 (2) : 485-493

2016

  • Aymes, J.C.; Vignon, M.; Beall, E.; Guéraud, F.; Gaudin, P. 2016. Age validation of the Kerguelen Islands brown trout, Salmo trutta L., and selection of the otolith optimal zone for investigating chronological data series. Fisheries Research, 176 : 22-29
  • Buoro, M.; Olden, J.D.; Cucherousset, J. 2016. Global Salmonidae introductions reveal stronger ecological effects of changing intraspecific compared to interspecific diversity. Ecology Letters, 19 (11) : 1363-1371
  • Flores, L., Bailey, R.A., Elosegi, A., Larranaga, A., Reiss, J. 2016. Habitat complexity in aquatic microcosms affects processes driven by detritivores. PLOS One, 11 (11) : e0165065
  • Gauthey, Z., Hendry, A. P., Elosegi, A., Tentelier, C., Labonne, J. 2016. The context dependence of assortative mating: a demonstration with conspecific salmonid populations. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 29 (9) : 1827-1835
  • Gauthey, Z.; Panserat, S.; Elosegi, A.;Herman, A.; Tentelier, C.; Labonne, J. 2016. Experimental evidence of population differences in reproductive investment conditional on environmental stochasticity. Science of the Total Environment, 541 : 143-148
  • Geffroy, B.; Bardonnet, A. 2016.Sex differentiation and sex determination in eels : consequences for management. Fish and Fisheries, 17 (2) : 375-398
  • Geffroy, B.; Bolliet, V.; Bardonnet, A. 2016. Kleptoparasitism and aggressiveness are influenced by standard metabolic rate in eels. Physiology and Behavior, 157 : 165-169
  • Geffroy, B.; Guilbaud, F.; Amilhat, E.; Beaulaton, L.; Vignon, M.; Huchet, E.; Rives, J.; Bobe, J.; Fostier, A.; Guiguen, Y.; Bardonnet, A. 2016. Sexually dimorphic gene expressions in eels: useful markers for early sex assessment in a conservation context. Scientific Reports, 6 : 34041
  • Gil, J., Caudron, A., Labonne, J.2016. Can female preference drive interspecific diversity dynamics in brown trout (Salmo trutta, L.) ? Ecology of Freshwater Fish, 25 (3) : 352-359
  • Gil, J., Labonne, J., Caudron, A. 2016. Evaluation of strategies to conserve and restore intraspecific biodiversity of brown trout: outcomes from genetic monitoring in the French Alps. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries, 26 (1) : 1-11
  • Jacquin, L., Reader, S.M., Boniface, A., Mateluna, J.,Patalas, J., Perez-Jvostov, F., Hendry, A.P. 2016. Parallel and nonparallel behavioural evolution in response to parasitism and predation in Trinidadian guppies. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 29 : 1406-1422
  • Labonne, J., Kaeuffer, R., Guéraud, F., Zhou, M., Manicki, A., Hendry, A. P. 2016 . From the bare minimum : genetics and selection in populations founded by only a few parents. Evolutionary Ecology Research, 17, 21-34
  • Marandel, L.; Lepais, O.; Arbenoits, E.; Véron, V.; Dias, K.; Zion, M.; Panserat, S.2016. Remodelling of the hepatic epigenetic landscape of glucose-intolerant rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) by nutritional status and dietary carbohydrates. Scientific Reports, 6 : 32187
  • Teichert, N., Valade, P., Fostier, A., Grondin, H., Gaudin, P.2016. Reproductive biology of an endemic amphidromous goby Cotylopus acutipinnis, from La Reunion Island. Marine and Freshwater Research, 67 (4) : 526-536
  • Teichert, N.; Valade, P.; Grondin, H.; Trichet, E.; Sardenne, F.; Gaudin, P. 2016. Pelagic larval traits of the amphidromous goby Sicyopterus lagocephalus display  seasonal variations related to temperature in La Reunion Island. Ecology of Freshwater Fish, 25 (2) :  234-247
  • Tentelier, C.; Aymes, J.C.; Spitz, B.; Rives, J. 2016. Using proximity loggers to describe the sexual network of a freshwater fish. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 99 (8-9) :  621-631
  • Tentelier, C.; Larranaga, N.; Lepais, O.; Manicki, A.;  Rives, J.; Lange, F. 2016. Space use and its effects on reproductive success of anadromous Atlantic salmon. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 73 (10) :  1461-1471
  • Tentelier, C.; Lepais, O.; Larranaga, N.; Manicki, A.; Lange, F.; Rives, J. 2016. Sexual selection leads to a tenfold difference in reproductive success of alternative reproductive tactics in male Atlantic salmon. The Science of Nature, 103 (5-6) : article 47, 13 p.

2015

  • Antonecchia, G.; Fortini, P.; Lepais, O.; Gerber, S.; Leger, P.; Scippa, G.S.; Viscosi, V. 2015. Genetic structure of a natural oak community in central Italy : Evidence of gene flow between three sympatric white oah species (Quercus, Fagaceae). Annals of Forest Research, 58 (2) : 205-216
  • Claveau, J.; Monperrus, M.; Jarry, M.; Baudrimont, M.; Gonzalez, P.; Cavalheiro, J.; Mesmer-Dudons, N.; Bolliet, V. 2015. Methylmercury effects on migratory behaviour in glass eels (Anguilla anguilla) : an experimental study using isotopic tracers. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part C, 171 : 15-27
  • Claveau, J.; Monperrus, M.; Jarry, M.; Pinaly, H.; Baudrimont, M.; Gonzalez, P.; Amouroux, D.; Bardonnet, A.; Bolliet, V. 2015. Spatial and seasonal variations of methylmercury in European glass eels (Anguilla anguilla) in the Adour estuary (France) and relation to their migratory behaviour. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 22 (14) : 10721-10732
  • Gauthey, Z.; Freychet, M.; Manicki, A.; Herman, A.; Lepais, O.; Panserat, S.; Elosegi, A.; Tentelier, C.; Labonne, J. 2015. The concentration of plasma metabolites varies throughout reproduction and affects offspring number in wild brown trout (Salmo trutta). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A, 184 : 90-96
  • Geffroy, B.; Sadoul, B.; Bardonnet, A. 2015. Behavioural syndrome in juvenile eels and its ecological implications. Behaviour, 152 (2) : 147-166
  • Piou, C.; Taylor, M.H.; Papaïx, J.; Prévost, E. 2015. Modelling the interactive effects of selective fishing and environmental change on Atlantic salmon demogenetics. Journal of Applied Ecology, 52 (6) :1629-1637
  • Régnier, T., Labonne, J., Chat, J., Yano, A., Guiguen, Y., Bolliet, V. 2015. No early gender effects on energetic status and life history in a salmonid.  Royal Society Open Science, 2 : 150441
  • Vignon, M. 2015. Disentangling and quantifying sources of otolith shape variation across multiple scales using a new hierarchical partitioning approach. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 534 : 163-177
  • Vignon, M. 2015. Extracting environmental histories from sclerochronological structures. Recursive partitioning as a mean to explore multi-elemental composition of fish otolith. Ecological Informatics, 30 : 159-169
  • Vuillaume, B.; Valette, V.; Lepais, O.; Grandjean, F.; Breuil, M. 2015. Genetic evidence of hybridization between the endangered native species Iguana delicatissima and the invasive Iguana iguana (Reptilia, Iguanidae) in the Lesser Antilles : management implications. Plos One, 10 (6) : e0127575

2014

  • Bal, G.; Rivot, E.; Baglinière, J.L.; White, J.; Prévost, E. 2014. A hierarchical bayesian model to quantify uncertainty of stream water temperature forecasts. PLOS One, 9 (12) : e115659
  • Cattaneo, F.; Grimardias, D.; Carayon, M.; Persat, H.; Bardonnet, A. 2014. A multidimensional typology of riverbank habitats explains the distribution of European grayling (Thymallus thymallus L.) fry in a temperate river. Ecology of Freshwater Fish, 23 (4) : 527-543
  • Chatelain, M., Gasparini, J., Jacquin, L., Frantz, A. 2014.  The adaptive function of melanin-based plumage coloration to trace metals. Biology letters, 10 (3).
  • D'Elbée, J.; Lalanne, Y.; Castège, I.; Bru, N.; D'Amico, F. 2014. Response of planktonic cladocerans (Class : Branchiopoda) to short-term changes in environmental variables in the surface waters of the Bay of Biscay. Deep-Sea Research II, 106 : 87-98
  • Gasmi, S.; Ferval, M.; Pélissier, C.; D'Amico, F.; Maris, T.; Tacks, M.; Legal, L. 2014. Genetic diversity among the Eurytemora affinis species complex in the Scheldt estuary and its tributary using ISSR-PCR marker assay. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 145 : 22-30
  • Geffroy, B.; Bru, N.; Dossou-Gbété, S.; Tentelier, C.; Bardonnet, A. 2014. The link between social network density and rank-order consistency of aggressiveness in juvenile eels. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 68 (7) : 1073-1083
  • Gouraud, V., Baran, P., Bardonnet, A., Beaufrère, C., Capra, H., Caudron, A., Delacoste, M.,  Lascaux, J.M.,  Naura, M., Ovidio, M., Poulet, N., Tissot, L., Sabaton, C., Baglinière, J.L. 2014. Sur quelles connaissances se baser pour évaluer l’état de santé des populations de truite commune (Salmo trutta)?  Hydroécologie Appliquée, tome 18 : 111-13
  • Lepais, O., Bacles, C. F. E. 2014. Two are better than one: combining landscape genomics and common gardens for detecting local adaptation in forest trees. Molecular Ecology, 23 (19), 4671-4673
  • Lepais, O., Weir, J. T. 2014. SimRAD: an R package for simulation-based prediction of the number of loci expected in RADseq and similar genotyping by sequencing approaches. Molecular Ecology Resources,14 (6) : 1314-1321
  • Massiot-Granier, F.; Prévost, E.; Chaput, G.; Potter, T.; Smith, G.; White, J.; Mäntyniemi, S.; Rivot, E. 2014. Embedding stock assessment within an integrated hierarchical Bayesian life cycle modelling framework : an application to Atlantic salmon in the Northeast Atlantic. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 71 (7) : 1653-1670
  • Perrier, C.; Le Gentil, J.; Ravigné, V.; Gaudin, P.; Salvado, J.C. 2014. Origins and genetic diversity among Atlantic salmon recolonizing upstream areas of a large South European river following restauration of connectivity and stocking. Conservation Genetics, 15 (5) : 1095-1109
  • Teichert, N.; Valade, P.; Fostier, A.; Lagarde, R.; Gaudin, P. 2014. Reproductive biology of an amphidromous goby, Sicyopterus lagocephalus, in La Reunion Island. Hydrobiologia, 726 (1) : 123-141
  • Teichert, N.; Valade, P.; Lim, P.; Dauba, F.; Labonne, J.; Richarson, M.; Bosc, P.; Gaudin, P. 2013. Habitat selection in amphidromous Gobiidae of Reunion Island : Sicyopterus lagocephalus (Pallas, 1770) and Cotylopus acutipinnis (Guichenot, 1863). Environmental Biology of Fishes, 97 (3), 255-266