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Production scientifique

Dernière mise à jour : lundi 16 février 2015, par Brigitte GAILLARD

Baudouin, M., De Thoisy, B., Chambault, P., Berzins, R., Entraygues, M., Kelle, L., Turny, A., Le Maho, Y. & Chevallier, D. (2015). Identification of key marine areas for conservation based on satellite tracking of post-nesting migrating green turtles (Chelonia mydas). Biol. Conserv. 184, 36-41.

Péron, C., Chevallier, D., Galpin, M., Chatelet, A., Anthony, E.J., Le Maho, Y. & Gardel, A. (2013). Beach morphological changes in response to marine turtles nesting : a preliminary study of Awala-Yalimapo beach, French Guiana (South America). In Journal of Coastal Research - Special Issue, pp. 99-104.

Chevallier, D., Baillon, F., Le Maho, Y., Blanc, S., Brossault, P. & Massemin, S. (2013). Importance of the connectivity of Spanish stopovers for Black Storks. Bird Study 60, 550-554.

Jiguet, F., Chevallier, D., Baillon, F., Ventroux, J. & Cavallin, P. (2012). Sub-Saharan staging areas of a first-summer short-toed snake eagle Circaetus gallicus. Bird Study 59, 102-104.

Brendel, C., Helder, R., Chevallier, D., Zaytoon, J., Georges, J.Y. & Handrich, Y. (2012). Testing a global positioning system on free-ranging badgers Meles meles. Mammal Notes Spring 2012.

Jiguet, F., Barbet-Massin, M. & Chevallier, D. (2011). Predictive distribution models applied to satellite tracks : modelling the western African winter range of European migrant black storks. Journal of Ornithology 152, 111-118.

Chevallier, D., Le Maho, Y., Brossault, P., Baillon, F. & Massemin, S. (2011). The use of stopover sites by Black Storks (Ciconia nigra) migrating between West Europe and West Africa as revealed by satellite telemetry. Journal of Ornithology 152, 1-13.

Chevallier, D., Le Maho, Y., Baillon, F., Duponnois, R., Dieulin, C., Brossault, P., de Franclieu, P., Lorgé, P., Aurouet, A. & Massemin, S. (2010). Human activity and the drying up of rivers determine abundance and spatial distribution in the Black stork Ciconia nigra on their wintering grounds. Bird Study 57, 369-380.

Chevallier, D., Jiguet, F., Nore, T., Baillon, F. & Cavallin, P. (2010). Satellite tracking of a Booted Eagle (Aquila pennata) during migration. Ringing Migr. 25, 62-64.

Chevallier, D., Handrich, Y., Georges, J.Y., Brossault, P., Baillon, F., Aurouet, A., Le Maho, Y. & Massemin-Challet, S. (2010). Influence of weather conditions on the flight characteristics of migrating Black storks Proceedings of the Royal Society Biological Sciences Series B 277, 2755-2764.

Chevallier, D., Duponnois, R., Brossault, P., Baillon, F., Lorgé, P., Le Maho, Y. & Massemin-Challet, S. (2010). The importance of roosts for Black Storks Ciconia nigra wintering in West Africa. Ardea 98, 91-96.

Chevallier, D., Baillon, F., Robin, J.P., Le Maho, Y. & Massemin-Challet, S. (2008). Prey selection of the Black stork in the African wintering area. J. Zool. 276, 276-284.

Paugy M., Baillon F., Chevallier D. & Duponnois. 2004. Elephants as dispersal agents of mycorrhizal spores in Burkina Faso. African J. Ecol. 42:225-227.