Mills, J. A., Teplitsky, C., Arroyo, B., Charmantier, A., Becker, P. H., Birkhead, T. R., ... & Bushuev, A. 2015. Archiving primary data: solutions for long-term studies. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 30: 581-589
Évolution des histoires de vie et démographie

Hétérogénéité - âge - expérience- sénescence

Gimenez, O., Cam, E. & Gaillard, J.M. 2017. Individual heterogeneity and capture-mark-recapture models : what, why and how ? Oikos DOI : 10.1111/oik.04532
Cam, E., Aubry, L. M., & Authier, M. (2016). The Conundrum of Heterogeneities in Life History Studies. Trends in Ecology & Evolution.
Cam, E. 2014. The evolutionary significance of latent reproductive rate in a long-lived vertebrate. Journal of Animal Ecology 83: 1003-1006

Cam, E. Gimenez, O., Alpizar-Jara, R., Aubry, L.M., Authier, M., Cooch, E.G., Koons, D. N., Link, W. A., Monnat, J.-Y., Nichols, J.D., Rotella, J.J., Royle, J.A. & Pradel, R. 2012. Looking for a needle on a haystack : inference about individual fitness components in a heterogeneous population. Oikos 122 : 739–753.
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Desprez, M., Pradel, R., Cam, E., Monnat, J.-Y.and Gimenez, O. 2011. Now you see him, now you don’t : experience, not age, is related to reproduction in kittiwakes. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B. 278 : 3060-3066.
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Aubry, L., Cam, E. Koons, D. Monnat, J.-Y., Pavard, S. 2011. Drivers of age-specific survival in a long-lived seabird : contributions of observed and hidden sources of heterogeneity. Journal of Animal Ecology 80:375–383.
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Conditions initiales, développement, conséquences à long terme

Cam, E. and Aubry L.M. 2011. Early condition, recruitment and reproductive trajectory in long lived birds. Journal of Ornithology 152 :187-201.
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Croissance, taille, latitude, écologie, héritabilité

Chauvaud, L., Patry, Y., Jolivet, A., Cam, E., Legoff, C., Strand, Ø, Charrier, G. Thébault, J., Lazure, P., Gotthard, K. & Clavier, J. 2012. Variation in size and growth of the Great Scallop Pecten maximus along a latitudinal gradient. PLoS ONE 7(5) : e37717. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0037717
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Authier, M., Cam, E. Guinet, C. 2011. Selection for increased body length in Subantarctic fur seals on Amsterdam Island. Journal of Evolutionary Biology.24 :607–616.
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Inférence statistique et estimation des paramètres démographiques

Authier, M., Aubry, L.M. & Cam, E. 2017. Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing : Model Misspecification Undermines Tests of The Neutral Theory for Life Histories. Ecology and Evolution. DOI : 10.1002/ece3.2874

Cam. E. 2012. Each site has its own survival probability, but information is borrowed across sites to tell us about survival in each site : Random effects models as means of borrowing strength in survival studies of wild vertebrates. Animal Conservation 15 : 129-132.
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Cooch, E.G., Cam, E. & Caswell, H. 2012. Incorporating ‘recruitment’ in matrix projection models : estimation, parameters, and the influence of model structure. Journal of Ornithology152 (Suppl 2) : S585–S595.
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Sélection de l’habitat, dynamique d’occupation de l’espace

Acker, P., Besnard, A., Monnat, J.-Y. & Cam, E. 2017. Habitat selection accross spatial scales : is grass always greener on the other side ? Ecology DOI : 10.1002/ecy.1962

Bled, F., Royle, J.A. & Cam, E. 2011. Hierarchical modeling of an invasive spread : case of the Eurasian Collared-Dove Streptopelia decaocto in the USA. Ecological Applications 21 : 290–302.
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Bled, F., Royle, J.A. & Cam, E. 2011. Assessing hypotheses about relationships among nesting site occupancy dynamics, local and neighboring breeding success, and density. Ecology 92 : 938–951.