Yann Tremblay

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Institut : IRD

LIEU GEOGRAPHIQUE : SETE

GRADE : Chercheur



Pôles communs : Modélisation

BIOGRAPHIE :

GENERAL KEYWORDS :
Seabirds ; Marine mammals ; Ecology ; Behavior ; Foraging ; Biologging ; Tracking ; Tagging ; Movement ; Marine biology

SPECIFIC KEYWORDS :
Cape gannets ; Peruvian boobies ; Guanay cormorants ; Inca terns ; Camera ; GPS ; ARGOS ; Geolocation ; TDR ; Radar


Publications

2017

Assali, C., N. Bez, and Y. Tremblay. "Seabird distribution patterns observed with fishing vessel’s radar reveal previously undescribed sub-meso-scale clusters." Scientific Reports. 7.1 (2017): 7364.
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Espinoza, P., et al. "Trophic structure in the northern Humboldt Current system: new perspectives from stable isotope analysis." Mar Biol. 164.4 (2017): 86.
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2016

Thiebault, A., et al. "Seabird acoustic communication at sea: a new perspective using bio-logging devices." Sci Rep. 6 (2016): 30972.
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Thiebault, A., et al. "How to capture fish in a school? Effect of successive predator attacks on seabird feeding success." J Anim Ecol. 85.1 (2016): 157–167.
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2015

Kappes, M. A., et al. "Reproductive constraints influence habitat accessibility, segregation, and preference of sympatric albatross species." Movement Ecology. 3.1 (2015): 34.
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Paredes, R., et al. "Foraging ecology during nesting influences body size in a pursuit-diving seabird." Mar Ecol Prog Ser. 533 (2015): 261–276.
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Pistorius, P. A., et al. "Weathering a Dynamic Seascape: Influences of Wind and Rain on a Seabird’s Year-Round Activity Budgets." Plos One. 10.11 (2015): e0142623.
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Thorne, L. H., et al. "Foraging behavior links climate variability and reproduction in North Pacific albatrosses." Movement Ecology. 3.1 (2015): 27.
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2014

Gutowsky, S. E., et al. "Divergent post-breeding distribution and habitat associations of fledgling and adult black-footed Albatrosses Phoebastria nigripes in the North Pacific." Ibis. 156.1 (2014): 60–72.
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Lett, C., et al. "Effects of successive predator attacks on prey aggregations." Theor Ecol. 7.3 (2014): 239–252.
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Rishworth, G. M., et al. "Drivers of Time-Activity Budget Variability during Breeding in a Pelagic Seabird." PLoS ONE. 9.12 (2014).
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Rishworth, G. M., et al. "An automated approach towards measuring time-activity budgets in colonial seabirds." Methods Ecol Evol. 5.9 (2014): 854–863.
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Thiebault, A., et al. "From colony to first patch: Processes of prey searching and social information in Cape Gannets." The Auk. 131.4 (2014): 595–609.
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Thiebault, A., et al. "Local enhancement in a seabird: reaction distances and foraging consequence of predator aggregations." Behavioral Ecology. 25.6 (2014): 1302–1310.
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Tremblay, Y., et al. "Bird-borne video-cameras show that seabird movement patterns relate to previously unrevealed proximate environment, not prey." Plos One. 9.2 (2014).
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2013

Fort, J., et al. "Energetic consequences of contrasting winter migratory strategies in a sympatric Arctic seabird duet." Journal of Avian Biology. 44.3 (2013): 255–262.
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Thiebault, A., and Y. Tremblay. "Splitting animal trajectories into fine-scale behaviorally consistent movement units: breaking points relate to external stimuli in a foraging seabird." Behav Ecol Sociobiol. 67.6 (2013): 1013–1026.
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2012

Bertrand, S., et al. "Local depletion by a fishery can affect seabird foraging." Journal of Applied Ecology. 49.5 (2012): 1168–1177.
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Fort, J., et al. "Meta-population evidence of oriented chain migration in northern gannets (Morus bassanus)." Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 10.5 (2012): 237–242.
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Plot, V., et al. "Reproductive synchrony in a recovering bottlenecked sea turtle population." Journal of Animal Ecology. 81.2 (2012): 341–351.
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2011

Peckham, S. H., et al. "Demographic implications of alternative foraging strategies in juvenile loggerhead turtles Caretta caretta of the north Pacific Ocean." Marine Ecology Progress Series. 425 (2011): 269–280.
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Verrier, D., et al. "The ontogeny of diving abilities in subantarctic fur seal pups : development trade-off in response to extreme fasting ?" Functionnal Ecology (2011).
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Zydelis, R., et al. "Dynamic habitat models : using telemetry data to project fisheries bycatch." Proceedings of the Royal Society.B (2011): 10-p.
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2010

Kaplan, D., et al. "New tools for the spatial management of living marine resources." Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability. 2 (2010): 88–93.
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Simmons, S. E., et al. "Coupling GPS tracking with dive behavior to examine the relationship between foraging strategy and fine-scale movements of northern fur seals." Endangered Species Research. 12 (2010): 125–139.
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2009

Pinaud, D., et al. "Spatio-temporal habitat use by breeding sooty shearwaters Puffinus griseus." Mar. Ecol.-Prog. Ser.. 391 (2009): 209–220.
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Tremblay, Y., et al. "Analytical approaches to investigating seabird–environment interactions: a review." Mar. Ecol.-Prog. Ser.. 391 (2009): 153–163.
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Tremblay, Y., P. W. Robinson, and D. P. Costa. "A parsimonious approach to modeling animal movement data." PLoS ONE. 4.3 (2009).
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Weimerskirch, H., et al. "Species and sex specific differences in foraging behaviour and foraging zones in blue-footed and brown boobies in the Gulf of California." Mar. Ecol.-Prog. Ser.. 391.267–278 (2009): 12-p.
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