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Articles scientifiques de 2016

Authier M., Saraux, C. & Péron C. 2016. Variable Selection and Accurate Predictions in Habitat Modelling : a Shrinkage Approach. Ecography. DOI : 10.1111/ecog.01633

Depestele J., Rochet M.-J., Doremus G., Laffargue P., Stienen E. W. M. 2016. Favorites and leftovers on the menu of scavenging seabirds : modelling spatiotemporal variation in discard consumption. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci.73 : 1–14

Lescroël A., Mathevet R., Péron C., Authier M., Provost P., Takahashi A. & Grémillet D. 2016. Seeing the Ocean through the Eyes of Seabirds : A New Path for Marine Conservation ? Marine Policy, 68 : 212-220. DOI:10.1016/j.marpol.2016.02.015

Peltier H., Authier M., Deaville R., Dabin W., Jepson P.D., Deaville R., Van Canneyt O., Daniel P., Ridoux V. 2016. Small cetacean bycatch as estimated from stranding schemes : The common dolphin case in the northeast Atlantic. Environ. Sci. Policy 63:7-18

Trites A.W. & Spitz J., 2016. One–two punches to eliminate depredation by marine mammals on fish caught or raised for human consumption. Animal Conservation, 19(3) : 222-224.

Unger B., Bravo Rebolledo E.L., Deaville R., Gröne A., IJsseldijk L.L., Leopold M.F., Siebert S., Spitz J., Wohlsein P. & Herr H., 2016. Large amounts of marine debris found in sperm whales stranded along the North Sea coast in early 2016. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 112 : 134-141.

Vincent C., Ridoux V., Fedak M. A., McConnell B. J., Sparling C. A., Leaute J. P., Jouma’a J. & Spitz J., 2016. Foraging behaviour and prey consumption by grey seals (Halichoerus grypus) - spatial and trophic overlaps with fisheries in a marine protected area. ICES Journal of Marine Science, in press DOI:10.1093/icesjms/fsw102

Virgili A., Racine M., Authier M. Monestiez P., Ridoux V. 2016. Comparison of habitat models for scarcely detected species. Ecological Modelling 346 : 88-98.

Viviant M., Jeanniard-du-Dot T., Monestiez P., Authier M. & Guinet C. 2016. Bottom Time Does not Always Predict Prey Encounter Rate in Antarctic Fur Seals. Functional Ecology. DOI:10.1111/1365-2435.12675