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Publications nationales et internationales basées sur l'étude de la mouette tridactyle au Cap Sizun, ou utilisant des valeurs estimées dans le cadre de ce projet

  1. Acker, P. et al. 2017. Breeding habitat selection across spatial scales: is grass always greener on the other side?." Ecology 98: 2684-2697.
  2. Aubry, L., Cam, E. & Monnat, J.Y. 2009. Habitat selection, age-specific recruitment and reproductive success in a long-lived seabird, the black-legged kittiwake. Monograph in Environmental and Ecological Statistics Volume 3: Modeling Demographic Processes in Marked Populations. 365-392.
  3. Aubry, L., Koons, D. N.  Monnat, J.Y. & Cam. E. 2009. Consequences of recruitment decisions and heterogeneity on age-specific breeding success in a long-lived seabird. Ecology 90: 2491–2502.
  4. 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
  5. 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.
  6. Boulinier, T. & Danchin, E. 1996. Population trends in kittiwake Rissa tridactyla colonies in relation to tick infestation. Ibis 138 : 326-334.
  7. Boulinier, T. & Lemel, J.-Y. 1996. Spatial and temporal variations of factors affecting breeding habitat quality in colonial birds: some consequences for dispersal and habitat selection. Acta Oecologica 17: 531-552.
  8. Boulinier, T., Danchin, E., Monnat, J.-Y., Doutrelant, C. & Cadiou, B. 1996. Timing of prospecting and the value of information in a colonial breeding bird. Journal of Avian Biology 27: 252-256.
  9. Boulinier, T., Sorci, G., Monnat, J.-Y. & Danchin, E. 1997. Parent-offspring regression suggests heritable susceptibility to ectoparasites in a natural population of kittiwake Rissa tridactyla. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 10: 77-85.
  10. Cadiou, B. 1999. Attendance of breeders and prospectors reflects the quality of colonies in the Kittiwake Rissa tridactyla. Ibis 141: 321-326.
  11. Cadiou, B. & Monnat, J.-Y. 1996. Parental attendance and squatting in the Kittiwake Rissa tridactyla during the rearing period. Bird Study 43: 164-171.
  12. Cadiou, B., Danchin, E., Monnat, J.-Y. & Boulinier, T. 1993. Régulation par le recrutement, la fidélité et la non-reproduction chez un oiseau colonial, la mouette tridactyle (Rissa tridactyla).Revue d'Ecologie (Terre et Vie) 48: 163-174.
  13. Cadiou, B., Monnat, J.-Y. & Danchin, E. 1994. Prospecting in the Kittiwake, Rissa tridactyla: different behavioural patterns and the role of squatting in recruitment. Animal Behaviour 47: 847-856.
  14. Cam, E. & Monnat, J.-Y. 2000. Apparent inferiority in first-time breeders in the kittiwake: the role of heterogeneity among age-classes. Journal of animal Ecology 69: 380-394.
  15. Cam, E. & Monnat, J.-Y. 2000. Stratification based on reproductive success reveals contrasting patterns of age-related variation in demographic parameters in the kittiwake. Oikos 90: 560-574.
  16. Cam, E., Cadiou, B. Hines, J. E. & Monnat, J.-Y. 2002. Influence of behavioral tactics on recruitment and reproductive trajectory in the Kittiwake. Journal of Applied Statistics 29: 163-185.
  17. Cam, E., Cooch, E. G. & Monnat, J.-Y. 2005. Earlier recruitment or earlier death? On the assumption of equal survival in recruitment studies. Ecological Monograph 75 :419-434.
  18. 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. 2013. Looking for a needle on a haystack : inference about individual fitness components in a heterogeneous population. Oikos 122 : 739–753.
  19. Cam, E., Hines, J. E., Monnat, J.-Y., Nichols, J. D. & Danchin, E. 1998. Are adult nonbreeders prudent parents? The kittiwake model. Ecology 79: 2917-2930.
  20. Cam, E., Link, W.A., Cooch, E.G., Monnat, J.Y & Danchin, E. 2002. Individual covariation between life-history traits: seeing the trees despite the forest. American Naturalist 159: 96-105.
  21. Cam, E., Monnat, J.-Y. & Hines, J. E. 2003. Long-term fitness consequences of early conditions in the kittiwake. Journal of animal Ecology 72: 411-424.
  22. Cam, E., Monnat, J.-Y. & Royle, J. A. 2004. Dispersal and individual quality in a long lived species. Oikos 106: 386-398.
  23. Chastel, C., Le Lay, G., Le Goff, F. & Monnat, J.-Y. 1990. Isolation of Soldado virus from a seabird (Rissa tridactyla L.) in France. Acta virologica 34, 109.
  24. Chastel, C., Monnat, J.-Y., Le Lay, G. & Balouet, G. 1987. Infestation et hyperinfestation de la mouette tridactyle (Rissa tridactyla L) par de tiques (Ixodes (Ceratixodes) uriae, Ornithodoros (Alectorobius) maritimus) : conséquences pathologiques. Annales de Parasitologie Humaine et comparée 62 : 492-504.
  25. Danchin, E & Cam, E. 2002. Can nonbreeding be a cost of breeding dispersal. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 51: 153-163.
  26. Danchin, E. 1987. Contexte social et comportements reproducteurs dans les colonies de mouette tridactyle Rissa tridactyla. Alauda 55: 93-111.
  27. Danchin, E. 1987. The behaviour associated with the occupation of breeding site in the kittiwake gull Rissa tridactyla: the social status of landing birds. Animal Behaviour, 35 : 81-93
  28. Danchin, E. 1988. Densité des nids dans les colonies de mouettes tridactyles en déclin ou prospères ; relations avec les paramètres de reproduction. Alauda 56: 391-400.
  29. Danchin, E. 1988. Social interactions in kittiwake colonies: social facilitation and/or favourable social environment.Animal Behaviour 36: 443-451.
  30. Danchin, E. 1991. Age des colonies de mouettes tridactyles Rissa tridactyla, et infestation parasitaire par des tiques Ixodes uriae. Alauda 59: 31-33.
  31. Danchin, E. 1991. Social displays of the kittiwake Rissa tridactyla. Bird Behaviour 9: 69-80.
  32. Danchin, E. 1992. The incidence of the tick parasite Ixodes uriae in kittiwake Rissa tridactyla colonies in relation to the age of the colony, and a mechanism of infecting new colonies. Ibis 134: 134-141.
  33. Danchin, E. & Monnat, J.Y. 1986. Social behaviour and demography in a species breeding colonially : the kittiwake. Abstr. 19th Congr. Int. Ornith. Ottawa. n°545
  34. Danchin, E. & Monnat, J.-Y. 1992. Population dynamics modelling of two neighbouring kittiwake Rissa tridactyla colonies. Ardea 80: 171-180.
  35. Danchin, E. & Nelson, J. B. 1991. Behavioral adaptations to cliff nesting in the kittiwake (Rissa tridactyla): convergences with the gannet (Sula bassana) and the black noddy (Anous tenuirostris). Colonial Waterbirds 14: 103-107.
  36. Danchin, E., Boulinier, T. & Massot, M. 1998. Habitat selection based on conspecific reproductive success: implications for the evolution of coloniality. Ecology 79: 2415-2428.
  37. Danchin, E., Cadiou, B. & Boulinier, T. 1993. La régulation des populations de mouettes tridactyles. La Recherche 256: 893-896.
  38. Danchin, E., Cadiou, B., Monnat, J.-Y. & Rodriguez-Estrella, R. 1991. Recruitment in long-lived birds: conceptual framework and behavioural mechanisms. Proceedings of the International Ornithological Congress 20: 1641-1656.
  39. Danchin, E., Monnat, J.-Y. & Pasquet, E. 1986. Rôle des facteurs comportementaux dans les mécanismes de régulation des populations d'oiseaux coloniaux. Colloque National du C.N.R.S. "Biologie des populations", Lyon (4-6 septembre 1986), 201-205.
  40. Desprez, M., Pradel, R., Cam, E., Monnat, J.-Y., & 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 B: Biological Sciences. Published online before print March 2, 2011, doi: 10.1098/rspb.2011.0189
  41. Frederiksen, M., Harris, M. P. & Wanless, S. 2005. Inter-population variation in demographic parameters: a neglegted subject? Oikos 111: 209-214.
  42. Helfenstein, F., Danchin, E. & Wagner, R. H. 2004. Assortative mating and sexual size dimorphism in black-legged kittiwakes. Waterbirds 27: 350-354.
  43. Helfenstein, F., Tirard, C., Danchin, E. & Wagner, R. H. 2004. Low frequency of extra-pair paternity and high frequency of adoption in black-legged kittiwakes. Condor 106: 149-155.
  44. Helfenstein, F., Wagner, R. H. & Danchin, E. 2003. Sexual conflict over sperm ejection in monogamous pairs of kittiwakes Rissa tridactyla. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 54: 370-376.
  45. Helfenstein, F., Wagner, R. H., Danchin, E. & Rossi, J.-M. 2003. Functions of courtship feeding in black-legged kittiwakes: natural and sexual selection. Animal Behaviour 65: 1027-1033.
  46. Leclaire, S., Helfenstein, F., Degeorges, A., Wagner, R., & Danchin, E. 2010. Familiy size and sex-specific parental care in Black-legged kittiwakes Behaviour 147: 1841-1862.
  47. Link, W. A., Cam, E. & Nichols, J. D. 2002. Markov chain Monte Carlo for hierarchical modeling in wildlife research. Journal of Wildlife Management 66: 277-291.
  48. Link, W. A., Cam, E. & Nichols, J. D. 2002. Of BUGS and birds. An introduction to Markov Chain Monte Carlo. Journal of Wildlife Management 66: 277-291.
  49. Link, W. A., Cooch. E. G. & Cam. E. 2002. Model-based estimation of individual fitness. Journal of Applied Statistics, 29: 207-224.
  50. McCoy K., Boulinier, T., Tirard, C. & Michalakis, Y. 2003. Host-dependent genetic structure of parasite populations : differential dispersal of seabird tick host races. Evolution 57: 288-296.
  51. McCoy K., Boulinier, T. & Tirard, C. 2005. Comparative host-parasite population structures: disentangling prospecting and dispersal in the black-legged kittiwake Rissa tridactyla. Molecular Ecology 14: 2825-2838.
  52. McCoy, K.D., Chapuis, E., Tirard, C., Boulinier, T., Michalakis, Y., Le Bohec, C., Le Maho, Y. & Gauthier-Clerc, M. 2005. Recurrent evolution of host-specialized races in a globally-distributed parasite. Proceedings of the Royal Society, London B 272: 2389-2395.
  53. Monnat, J.-Y., & Cadiou, B. 2004. Mouette tridactyle Rissa tridactyla. In Cadiou, B., Pons, J.M. et Yésou, P. (éditeurs) Oiseaux marins nicheurs de France métropolitaine (1960-2000).Éditions Biotope, Mèze, France.
  54. Monnat, J.-Y. & Chastel, C. 1986. Ectoparasites hématophages et biologie des populations d'oiseaux de mer. Colloque National du C.N.R.S., "Biologie des populations", Lyon (4-6 septembre 1986), 201-205.
  55. Monnat, J.-Y. & Danchin, E. 1986. Demography and social behaviour in a species breeding colonially: the kittiwake. Abstr. 19th Congr. Int. Ornith. Ottawa. N° 544
  56. Monnat, J.-Y., Danchin, E. & Rodriguez-Estrella, R. 1991. Évaluation de la qualité du milieu dans le cadre de la prospection et du recrutement : le squatterisme chez la mouette tridactyle. Comptes Rendus de l'Académie des Sciences, Paris, Série III 311: 391-396.
  57. Naves, L.C., Monnat, J.-Y. & Cam, E. 2006. Breeding performance, mate fidelity, and nest fidelity in a long-lived seabird: behaving against the current? Oikos 115 : 263-276.
  58.  Naves, L.C., Cam, E. & Monnat, J.-Y. 2007. Pair duration, breeding success, and divorce in a long-lived seabird: benefits of mate familiarity? Animal Behaviour 73 : 433-444
  59. Snyder, R.E. & Ellner S.P. 2018.  "Pluck or Luck: Does Trait Variation or Chance Drive Variation in Lifetime Reproductive Success?." The American Naturalist 191: E90-E107.
  60.  Steiner, U.K., Tuljapurkar, S. & Orzack, S.H., 2010. Dynamic heterogeneity and life history variability in the kittiwake. Journal of Animal Ecology 79 : 436-444.
  61. Steiner, U.K. & Tuljapurkar, S., 2012. Neutral theory for life histories and individual variability in fitness components. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 109, 4684–4689.
  62. Tirard, C., Helfenstein, F. & Danchin, E. 2002. Polymorphic microsatellites in the black-legged kittiwake Rissa tridactyla. Molecular Ecology Notes 2 : 431-433.
  63. Wintrebert, C. M. A., Zwinderman, A. H., Cam, E., Pradel, R. & van Houwelingen, J. C. 2005. Joint modelling of breeding and survival in the kittiwake using frailty models. Ecological Modelling 181: 203-213.