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Publications issued from analyses carried out at the LIENSs stable isotope facility (23/03/2016) )

This is a non-exhaustive list, as we are not aware of all publications issued from analyses realized for service provision.

2016
  • Bustamante P., Carravieri A., Goutte A., Barbraud C., Delord K., Chastel O., Weimerskirch H., Cherel Y. (2016). High feather mercury concentrations in the wandering albatross are related to sex, breeding status and trophic ecology with no demographic consequences. Environmental Research, 144A : 1–10.
  • Carravieri A., Cherel Y., Jaeger A., Churlaud C., Bustamante P. (2016). Penguins as bioindicators of mercury contamination in the southern Indian Ocean : geographical and temporal trends. Environmental Pollution, 213C : 195-205.
  • Cherel Y., Quillfeldt P., Delord K., Weimerskirch H. (2016). Combination of at-sea activity, geolocation and feather stable isotopes documents where and when seabirds molt. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 4:3.
  • Cresson P., Ruitton S., Harmelin-Vivien M. (2016). Feeding strategies of co-occurring suspension feeders in an oligotrophic environment. Food Webs, 6:19-28.
  • Kernaléguen L., Dorville N., Ierodiaconou D., Hoskins A.J., Baylis A.M.M., Hindell M.A., Semmens J., Abernathy K., Marshall G.J., Cherel Y., Arnould J.P.Y. (2016). From video recordings to whisker stable isotopes : a critical evaluation of timescale in assessing individual foraging specialisation in Australian fur seals. Oecologia, 180 : 657-670.
  • Lebreton B., Beseres Pollack J., Blomberg B.N., Palmer T.A., Adams L., Guillou G., Montagna P.A. (2016). Origin, composition and quality of suspended particulate organic matter in relation to freshwater inflow in a South Texas estuary. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 170 : 70-82.
  • Liénart C., Feuteun E., Miller M.J., Aoyama J., Mortillaro J.-M., Hubas C., Kuroki M., Watanabe S., Dupuy C., Carpentier A., Otake T., Tsukamoto K. (2016). Geographic variation in stable isotopic and fatty acid composition of anguilliform leptocephali and particulate organic matter in the South Pacific. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 544 : 225-241.
  • Negri A., Daneri G.A., Ceia F., Vieira R., Cherel Y., Coria N.R., Corbalán A., Xavier J.C. (2016). The cephalopod prey of the Weddell seal, Leptonychotes weddellii, a biological sampler of the Antarctic marine ecosystem. Polar Biology, 39 : 561-564.
  • Wang Y., Liu D., Richard P., Di B. (2016). Selection of effective macroalgal species and tracing nitrogen sources on the different part of Yantai coast, China indicated by macroalgal δ15N values. Science of the Total Environment, 542 : 306-314.
2015
  • Artero C., Koenig C.C., Richard P., Berzins R., Guillou G., Bouchon C., Lampert L. (2015). Ontogenetic dietary and habitat shifts in goliath grouper Epinephelus itajara from French Guiana. Endangered Species Research, 27 : 155-168.
  • Briand M.J., Bonnet X., Goiran C., Guillou G., Letourneur Y. (2015). Major sources of organic matter in a complex coral reef lagoon : Identification from isotopic signatures (δ13C and δ15N). PLoS ONE, 10 : e0131555.
  • Cardona E., Lorgeoux B., Geffroy C., Richard P., Saulnier D., Gueguen Y., Guillou G., Chim L. (2015). Relative contribution of natural productivity and compound feed to tissue growth in blue shrimp (Litopenaeus stylirostris) reared in biofloc : assessment by C and N stable isotope ratios and digestive enzymes gene expression and activity. Aquaculture, 448 : 288-297.
  • Carlotti F., Jouandet M.-P., Nowaczyk A., Harmelin-Vivien M., Lefèvre D., Richard P., Zhu Y., Zhou M. (2015). Mesozooplankton structure and functioning during the onset of the Kerguelen phytoplankton bloom during the KEOPS2 survey. Biogeosciences, 12 : 4543-4563.
  • Ceia F.R., Ramos J.A., Phillips R.A., Cherel Y., Jones D.C., Vieira R.P., Xavier J.C. (2015). Analysis of stable isotope ratios in blood of tracked wandering albatrosses fails to distinguish a δ13C gradient within their winter foraging areas in the southwest Atlantic Ocean. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry, 29 : 2328–2336.
  • Chouvelon T., Schaal G., Grall J., Pernet F., Perdriau M., A-Pernet E.J., Le Bris H. (2015). Isotope and fatty acid trends along continental shelf depth gradients : Inshore versus offshore hydrological influences on benthic trophic functioning. Progress in Oceanography, 138 : 158-175.
  • Chouvelon T., Violamer L., Dessier A., Bustamante P., Mornet F., Pignon-Mussaud C., Dupuy C. (2015). Small pelagic fish feeding patterns in relation to food resource variability : an isotopic investigation for Sardina pilchardus and Engraulis encrasicolus from the Bay of Biscay (north-east Atlantic). Marine Biology, 162 : 15-37.
  • Cresson P., Bouchoucha M., Morat F., Miralles F., Chavanon F., Loizeau V., Cossa D. (2015). A multitracer approach to assess the spatial contamination pattern of hake (Merluccius merluccius) in the French Mediterranean. Science of the Total Environment, 532 : 184–194.
  • Dromard C., Bouchon-Navaro Y., Harmelin-Vivien M.L., Bouchon C. (2015). Diversity of trophic niches among herbivorous fishes on a Caribbean reef (Guadeloupe, Lesser Antilles), evidenced by stable isotope and gut content analyses. Journal of Sea Research, 95 : 124-131.
  • Escalas A., Ferraton F., Paillon C., Vidy G., Carcaillet F., Salen-Picard C., Le Loc’h F., Richard P., Darnaude A.M. (2015). Spatial variations in dietary organic matter sources modulate the size and condition of fish juveniles in temperate lagoon nursery sites. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science, 152 : 78-90.
  • Feunteun E., Miller M.J., Carpentier A., Aoyama J., Dupuy C., Kuroki M., Pagano M., Réveillac E., Sellos D., Watanabe S., Tsukamoto K., Otake T. (2015). Stable isotopic composition of anguilliform leptocephali and other food web components from west of the Mascarene Plateau. Progress in Oceanography, 137 : 69-83.
  • Fontaine M., Carravieri A., Simon‑Bouhet B., Bustamante P., Gasco N., Bailleul F., Guinet C., Cherel Y. (2015). Ecological tracers and at‑sea observations document the foraging ecology of southern long‑finned pilot whales (Globicephala melas edwardii) in Kerguelen waters. Marine Biology, 162 : 207-219.
  • Goutte A., Cherel Y., Churlaud C., Ponthus J.-P., Massé G., Bustamante P. (2015). Trace elements in Antarctic fish species and the influence of foraging habitats and dietary habits on mercury levels. Science of the Total Environment, 538 : 743-749.
  • Hunt B.P.V., Allain V., Menkes C., Lorrain A., Graham B., Rodier M., Pagano M., Carlotti F. (2015). A coupled stable isotope-size spectrum approach to understanding pelagic food-web dynamics : A case study from the southwest sub-tropical Pacific. Deep Sea Research Part II : Topical Studies in Oceanography, 113 : 208–224.
  • Isnard E., Tournois J., McKenzie D.J., Ferraton F., Bodin N., Aliaume C., Darnaude A.M. (2015). Getting a good start in life ? A comparative analysis of the quality of lagoons as juvenile habitats for the gilthead seabream Sparus aurata in the Gulf of Lions. Estuaries and Coasts, 38 : 1937-1950.
  • Kernaléguen L., Arnould J.P.Y., Guinet C., Cherel Y. (2015). Determinants of individual foraging specialization in large marine vertebrates, the antarctic and subantarctic fur seals. Journal of Animal Ecology, 84 : 1081-1091.
  • Kernaléguen L., Cherel Y., Knox T.C., Baylis A.M.M., Arnould J.P.Y. (2015). Sexual niche segregation and gender-specific individual specialisation in a highly dimorphic marine mammal. PLoS ONE, 10 : e0133018.
  • Kiszka J.J., Aubail A., Hussey N.E., Heithaus M.R., Caurant F., Bustamante P. (2015). Plasticity of trophic interactions among sharks from the oceanic south-western Indian Ocean revealed by stable isotope and mercury analyses. Deep Sea Research Part I : Oceanographic Research Papers, 96 : 49-58.
  • Le Bourg B., Banaru D., Saraux C., Nowaczyk A., Le Luherne E., Jadaud A., Bigot J.L., Richard P. (2015). Trophic niche overlap of sprat and commercial small pelagic teleosts in the Gulf of Lions (NW Mediterranean Sea). Journal of Sea Research, 103 : 138-146.
  • Liu D., Li X., Emeis K.-C., Wang Y., Richard P. (2015). Distribution and sources of organic matter in surface sediments from adjacent sea of the Yellow River Estuary, China. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 165:128-136.
  • Marchais V., Richard J., Jolivet A., Chauvaud L., Flye Ste-Marie J., Jean F., Richard P., Clavier J. (2015). Coupling experimental and field-based approaches to decipher carbon sources in the shell of the great scallop, Pecten maximus (L.). Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 168 : 58-69.
  • Masbou J., Point D., Sonke J.E., Frappart F., Perrot V., Amouroux D., Richard P., Becker P.R. (2015). Hg stable isotope time trend in ringed seal registers decreasing sea ice cover in the Alaskan Arctic. Environmental Science & Technology Journal, 49 : 8977–8985.
  • Masbou J., Point D., Guillou G., Sonke J.E., Lebreton B., Richard P. (2015). Carbon stable isotope analysis of methylmercury toxin in biological materials by gas chromatography isotope ratio mass spectrometry. Analytical Chemistry, 87 : 11732-11738.
  • Monteiro S., Ferreira M., Vingada J.V., López A., Brownlow A., Méndez-Fernandez P. (2015). Application of stable isotopes to assess the feeding ecology of long-finned pilot whale (Globicephala melas) in the Northeast Atlantic Ocean. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 465 : 56–63.
  • Monteiro S.S., Méndez-Fernandez P., Piertney S., Moffat C.F., Ferreira M., Vingada J.V., López A., Brownlow A., Jepson P., Mikkelsen B., Niemeyer M., Carvalho J.C., Pierce G.J. (2015). Long-finned pilot whale population diversity and structure in Atlantic waters assessed through biogeochemical and genetic markers. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 536 : 243-257.
  • Nguetseng R., Fliedner A., Knopf B., Lebreton B., Quack M., Rüdel H. (2015). Retrospective monitoring of mercury in fish from selected European freshwater and estuary sites. Chemosphere, 134 : 427-434.
  • Sardenne F., Ménard F., Degroote M., Fouché E., Guillou G., Lebreton B., Hollanda S.J., Bodin N. (2015). Methods of lipid-normalization for multi-tissue stable isotope analyses in tropical tuna. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry, 29 : 1253–1267.
  • Strady E., Harmelin-Vivien M., Chiffoleau J.-F., Veron A., Tronczynski J., Radakovitch O. (2015). 210Po and 210Pb trophic transfer within the phytoplankton–zooplankton–anchovy/sardine food web : a case study from the Gulf of Lion (NW Mediterranean Sea). Journal of Environmental Radioactivity, 143 : 141-151.
  • Weimerskirch H., Tarroux A., Chastel O., Delord K., Cherel Y., Descamps S. (2015). Population-specific wintering distributions of adult south polar skuas over three oceans. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 538 : 229-237.
  • Zudaire I., Murua H., Grande M., Goñi N., Potier M., Ménard F., Chassot E., Bodin N. (2015). Variations in the diet and stable isotope ratios during the ovarian development of female yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) in the Western Indian Ocean. Marine Biology, 162 : 2363-2377.
2014
  • Bocher P., Robin F., Kojadinovic J., Delaporte P., Rousseau P., Dupuy C., Bustamante P. (2014). Trophic resource partitioning within a shorebird community feeding on intertidal mudflat habitats. Journal of Sea Research, 92 : 115–124.
  • Carpentier A., Como S., Dupuy C., Lefrançois C., Feunteun E. (2014). Feeding ecology of Liza spp. in a tidal flat : Evidence of the importance of primary production (biofilm) and associated meiofauna. Journal of Sea Research, 92 : 86-91.
  • Carravieri A., Bustamante P., Churlaud C., Fromant A., Cherel Y. (2014). Moulting patterns drive within-individual variations of stable isotopes and mercury in seabird body feathers : implications for monitoring of the marine environment. Marine Biology, 161 : 963-968.
  • Carravieri A., Bustamante P., Tartu S., Meillère A., Labadie P., Budzinski H., Peluhet L., Barbraud C., Weimerskirch H., Chastel O., Cherel Y. (2014). Wandering albatrosses document latitudinal variations in the transfer of persistent organic pollutants and mercury to southern ocean predators. Environmental Science & Technology, 48 : 14746–14755.
  • Charmantier A., Blondel J., Perret P., Harmelin-Vivien M. (2014). Tracing site-specific isotopic signatures along a Blue Tit Cyanistes caeruleus food chain. Ibis, 156 : 165-175.
  • Cherel Y., Connan M., Jaeger A., Richard P. (2014). Seabird year-round and historical feeding ecology : blood and feather δ13C and δ15N values document foraging plasticity of small sympatric petrels. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 505 : 267-280.
  • Cherel Y., Jaquemet S., Maglio A., Jaeger A. (2014). Differences in δ13C and δ15N values between feathers and blood of seabird chicks : implications for non‑invasive isotopic investigations. Marine Biology, 161 : 229-237.
  • Chouvelon T., Chappuis A., Bustamante P., Lefebvre S., Mornet F., Guillou G., Violamer L., Dupuy C. (2014). Trophic ecology of European sardine Sardina pilchardus and European anchovy Engraulis encrasicolus in the Bay of Biscay (north-east Atlantic) inferred from δ13C and δ15N values of fish and identified mesozooplanktonic organisms. Journal of Sea Research, 85 : 277–291.
  • Chouvelon T., Caurant F., Cherel Y., Simon-Bouhet B., Spitz J., Bustamante P. (2014). Species- and size-related patterns in stable isotopes and mercury concentrations in fish help refine marine ecosystem indicators and provide evidence for distinct management units for hake in the Northeast Atlantic. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 71 : 1073-1087.
  • Cresson P., Fabri M.C., Bouchoucha M., Brach Papa C., Chavanon F., Jadaud A., Knoery J., Miralles F., Cossa D. (2014). Mercury in organisms from the Northwestern Mediterranean slope : Importance of food sources. Science of the Total Environment, 497-498 : 229-238.
  • Cresson P., Ruitton S., Harmelin-Vivien M. (2014). Artificial reefs do increase secondary biomass production : mechanisms evidenced by stable isotopes. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 509 : 15-26.
    Cresson P., Ruitton S., Ourgaud M., Harmelin-Vivien M. (2014). Contrasting perception of fish trophic level from stomach stable isotope analyses : A Mediterranean artificial reef experience. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 452 : 54-62.
  • Dubois S., Blanchet H., Garcia A., Massé M., Galois R., Grémare A., Charlier K., Guillou G., Richard P., Savoye N. (2014). Trophic resource use by macrozoobenthic primary consumers within a semi-enclosed coastal ecosystem : stable isotope and fatty acid assessment. Journal of Sea Research, 88 : 87-99.
  • Fort J., Robertson G.J., Gremillet D., Traisnel G., Bustamante P. (2014). Spatial ecotoxicology : Migratory arctic seabirds are exposed to mercury contamination while overwintering in the Northwest Atlantic. Environmental Science & Technology, 48 : 11560-11567.
  • Jaeger A., Goutte A., Lecomte V.J., Richard P., Chastel O., Barbraud C., Weimerskirch H., Cherel Y. (2014). Age, sex and breeding status shape a complex foraging pattern in an extremely long-lived seabird. Ecology, 95 : 2324-2333.
  • Kiszka J.J., Charlot K., Hussey N.E., Heithaus M.R., Simon-Bouhet B., Humber F., Caurant F., Bustamante P. (2014). Trophic ecology of common elasmobranchs exploited by artisanal shark fisheries off south-western Madagascar. Aquatic Biology, 23 : 29-38.
  • Kiszka J., Méndez-Fernandez P., Heithaus M.R., Ridoux V. (2014). The foraging ecology of coastal bottlenose dolphins based on stable isotope mixing models and behavioural sampling. Marine Biology, 161 : 953-961.
  • Lasalle G., Chouvelon T., Bustamante P., Niquil N. (2014). An assessment of the trophic structure of the Bay of Biscay continental shelf food web : Comparing estimates derived from an ecosystem model and isotopic data. Progress in Oceanography, 120 : 205-215.
  • Le Bourg B., Kiszka J., Bustamante P. (2014). Mother-embryo isotope (δ15N, δ13C) fractionation and mercury (Hg) transfer in aplacental deep-sea sharks. Journal of Fish Biology, 84 : 1574-1581.
  • Louis M., Fontaine M.C., Spitz J., Schlund E., Dabin W., Deaville R., Caurant F., Cherel Y., Guinet C., Simon-Bouhet B. (2014). Ecological opportunities and specializations shaped genetic divergence in a highly mobile marine top predator. Proceedings of The Royal Society B, 281 : 20141558.
  • Lucia M., Bocher P., Chambosse M., Delaporte P., Bustamante P. (2014). Trace element accumulation in relation to trophic niches of shorebirds using intertidal mudflats. Journal of Sea Research, 92 : 134–143.
  • Sokołowski A., Szczepańska A., Richard P., Kędra M., Wołowicz M., Węsławski J.M. (2014). Trophic structure of the macrobenthic community of Hornsund, Spitsbergen, based on the determination of stable carbon and nitrogen isotopic signatures. Polar Biology, 37 : 1247-1260.
  • Tartu S., Bustamante P., Goutte A., Chérel Y., Weimerskirch H., Bustnes O., Chastel O. (2014). Age-related mercury contamination and relationship with luteinizing hormone in a long-lived Antarctic bird. PloS ONE, 9 : e103642.
  • Thiébot J.-B., Cherel Y., Acqueberge M., Prudor A., Trathan P.N., Bost C.-A. (2014). Adjustment of pre-moult foraging strategies in Macaroni Penguins Eudyptes chrysolophus according to locality, sex and breeding status. Ibis, 156 : 511-522.
  • Weimerskirch H., Cherel Y., Delord K., Jaeger A., Patrick S.C., Riotte-Lambert L. (2014). Lifetime foraging patterns of the wandering albatross : Life on the move ! Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 450 : 68-78.
2013
  • Blévin P., Carravieri A., Jaeger A., Chastel O., Bustamante P., Cherel Y. (2013). Wide range of mercury contamination in chicks of southern ocean seabirds. PLoS ONE, 8 : e54508.
  • Carravieri A., Bustamante P., Churlaud C., Cherel Y. (2013). Penguins as bioindicators of mercury contamination in the Southern Ocean : Birds from the Kerguelen Islands as a case study. Science of The Total Environment, 454–455 : 141-148.
  • Chaigne A., Authier M., Richard P., Cherel Y., Guinet C. (2013). Shift in foraging ground and diet broadening during ontogeny in southern elephant seals from Kerguelen islands. Marine Biology, 160 : 977-986.
  • Cherel Y., Jaeger A., Alderman R., Jaquemet S., Richard P., Wanless R.M., Phillips R.A., Thompson D.R. (2013). A comprehensive isotopic investigation of habitat preferences in nonbreeding albatrosses from the Southern Ocean. Ecography, 36 : 277-286.
  • Cresson P. (2013). Fonctionnement trophique des récifs artificiels de la baie du Prado (Marseille, France) : origine et devenir de la matière organique. Cybium, 37 : 178.
  • Cresson P., Ruitton S., Ourgaud M., Harmelin-Vivien M. (2013). Trophic relationships of fishes on Marseille’s bay artificial reefs assessed by stable isotope and stomach content analyses. Rapport Commission Internationale pour la Mer Méditerranée, 40 : 662.
  • Dromard C.R., Bouchon-Navaro Y., Cordonnier S., Fontaine M.-F., Verlaque M., Harmelin-Vivien M., Bouchon C. (2013). Resource use of two damselfishes, Stegastes planifrons and Stegastes adustus, Guadeloupean reefs (Lesser Antilles) : Inference from stomach content and stable isotope analysis. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 440 : 116-125.
  • Gentès S., Maury-Brachet R., Guyoneaud R., Monperrus M., André J.-M., Davail S., Legeay A. (2014). Mercury bioaccumulation along food webs in temperate aquatic ecosystems colonized by aquatic macrophytes in south western France. Ecology and Environmental Safety, 91 : 180-187.
  • Jaeger A., Jaquemet S., Phillips R.A., Wanless R.M., Richard P., Cherel Y. (2013). Stable isotopes document inter- and intra-specific variation in feeding ecology of nine large southern Procellariiformes. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 490 : 255-266.
  • Kiszka J., Lesage V., Ridoux V. (2013). Effect of ethanol preservation on stable carbon and nitrogen isotope values in cetacean epidermis : Implication for using archived biopsy samples. Marine Mammal Science, 30:788-795.
  • Lebreton B., Richard P., Guillou G., Blanchard G. F. (2013). Trophic shift of young-of-the-year mullets during their salt marsh colonization. Journal of Fish Biology, 82 : 1297-1307.
  • Letourneur Y., Lison-De-Loma T., Richard P., Harmelin-Vivien M., Banaru D., Fontaine M.-F., Gref T., Planes S. (2013). Identifying carbon sources and trophic position of coral reef fishes using diet and stable isotope (δ15N and δ13C) analyses in two contrasted bays in Moorea, French Polynesia. Coral Reefs, 32 : 1091-1102.
  • Marchais V., Schaal G., Grall J., Lorrain A., Nérot C., Richard P., Chauvaud L. (2013). Spatial Variability of stable isotope ratios in oysters (Crassostrea gigas) and primary producers along an estuarine gradient (Bay of Brest, France). Estuaries and Coasts, 36 : 808-819.
  • Ménard F., Benivary H.D., Bodin N., Coffineau N., Le Loc’h F., Mison T., Richard P., Potier M. (2013). Stable isotope patterns in micronekton from the Mozambique Channel. Deep-Sea Res. II, 100 : 153-163.
  • Mèndez-Fernandez P., Pierce G.J., Bustamante P., Chouvelon T., Ferreira M., Gonzalez A.F., Lopez A., Read F.L., Santos M.B., Spitz J. (2013). Ecological niche segregation among five toothed whale species off the NW Iberian Peninsula using ecological tracers as multi-approach. Marine Biology, 160 : 2825-2840.
  • Pacella S., Lebreton B., Richard P., Phillips D., Dewitt T., Niquil N. (2013). Incorporation of diet information derived from Bayesian stable isotope mixing models into mass-balanced marine ecosystem models : A case study from the Marennes-Oléron Estuary, France. Ecological Modeling, 267 : 127-137.
  • Quérouil S., Kiszka J., Cordeiro A.R., Cascao I., Freitas L., Dinis A., Alves F., Santos R.S., Bandarra N.M. (2013). Investigating stock structure and trophic relationships among island-associated dolphins in the oceanic waters of the North Atlantic using fatty acid and stable isotope analyses. Marine Biology, 160 : 1325-1337.
  • Raimonet M., Guillou G., Mornet F., Richard P. (2013). Macroalgae δ15N values in well-mixed estuaries : Indicator of anthropogenic nitrogen input or macroalgae metabolism ? Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 119 : 126-138.
  • Robin F., Piersma T., Meunier F., Bocher P. (2013). Expansion into an herbivorous niche by a customary carnivore : black-tailed godwits feeding on rhizomes of Zostera at a newly established wintering site. Condor, 115 : 340-347.
  • Wang Y., Liu D., Richard P., Li X. (2013). A geochemical record of environmental changes in sediments from Sishili Bay, northern Yellow Sea, China : Anthropogenic influence on organic matter sources and composition over the last 100 years. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 77 : 227-236.
  • Zmudczyńska-Skarbek K., Barcikowski M., Zwolicki A, Iliszko L., Stempniewicz L. (2013). Variability of polar scurvygrass Cochlearia groenlandica individual traits along a seabird influenced gradient across Spitsbergen tundra. Polar Biology, 36 : 1659-1669.
2012
  • Argüelles J., Lorrain A., Cherel Y., Graco M., Tafur R., Alegre A., Espinoza P., Anatolio T., Ayón P., Bertrand A. (2012). Tracking habitat and resource use for the jumbo squid Dosidicus gigas : a stable isotope analysis in the Northern Humboldt Current System. Marine Biology, 159 : 2105-2116.
  • Aubail A., Dietz R., Riget F., Sonne C ., Wiig O., Caurant F. (2012). Temporal trend of mercury in polar bears (Ursus maritimus) from Svalbard using teeth as a biomonitoring tissue. Journal of Environmental Monitoring, 14 : 56-63.
  • Authier M., Dragon A.C., Cherel Y., Guinet C. (2012). How large is large : estimating ecologically meaningful isotopic differences in observational studies of wild animals. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry, 26 : 2657-2664.
  • Authier M., Dragon A.C., Richard P., Cherel Y., Guinet C. (2012). O’ Mother Where Wert Thou ? Maternal strategies in the southern elephant seal : a stable isotope investigation. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 279 : 2681-2690.
  • Ceia F.R., Phillips R.A., Ramos J.A., Cherel Y., Vieira R., Richard P., Xavier J.C. (2012). Short- and long-term consistency in the foraging niche of wandering albatrosses. Marine Biology, 159 : 1581-1591.
  • Cherel Y., Jaeger A., Alderman R., Jaquemet S., Richard P., Wanless R.M., Phillips R.A., Thompson D.R. (2012). A comprehensive isotopic investigation of habitat preferences in nonbreeding albatrosses from the Southern Ocean. Ecography, 35 : 1-10.
  • Chouvelon T., Spitz J., Caurant F., Mèndez-Fernandez P., Autier J., Lassus-Débat A., Chappuis A., Bustamante P. (2012). Enhanced bioaccumulation of mercury in deep-sea fauna from the Bay of Biscay (North-East Atlantic) revealed by stable isotope analysis. Deep-Sea Research Part I, 65 : 113-124.
  • Chouvelon T., Spitz J., Caurant F., Mèndez-Fernandez P., Chappuis A., Laugier F., Le Goff E., Bustamante P. (2012). Revisiting the use of δ15N in meso-scale studies of marine food webs by considering spatio-temporal variations in stable isotopic signatures – The case of an open ecosystem : The Bay of Biscay (North-East Atlantic). Progress in Oceanography, 101 : 92-105.
  • Cipro C.V.Z., Bustamante P., Taniguchi S., Montone R.C. (2012). Persistent organic pollutants and stable isotopes in pinnipeds from King George Island, Antarctica. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 64 : 2650-2655.
  • Cresson P., Ruitton S., Fontaine M.-F., Harmelin-Vivien M. (2012). Spatio-temporal variation of suspended and sedimentary organic matter quality in the Bay of Marseille (NW Mediterranean) assessed by biochemical and isotopic analyses. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 64 : 1112-1121.
  • Jassey V.E.J., Shimano S., Dupuy C., Toussaint M.L., Gilbert D. (2012). Characterizing the feeding habits of the testate amoebae Hyalosphenia papilio and Nebela tincta along a narrow “Fen-Bog” gradient using digestive vacuole content and 13C and 15N isotopic analyses. Protist, 163 : 451-464.
  • Kernaléguen L., Cazelles B., Arnould J.P.Y., Richard P., Guinet C., Cherel Y. (2012). Long-term species, sexual and individual variations in foraging strategies of fur seals revealed by stable isotopes in whiskers. PLoS ONE, 7 : e32916.
  • Kizska J., Simon-Bouhet B., Gastebois C., Pusineri C., Ridoux V. (2012). Habitat partitioning and fine scale population structure among insular bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops aduncus) in a tropical lagoon. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 416-417 : 176-184.
  • Lebreton B., Richard P., Galois R., Radenac G., Brahmia A., Colli G., Grouazel M., André C., Guillou G., Blanchard G.F. (2012). Food sources used by sediment meiofauna in an intertidal Zostera noltii seagrass bed : a seasonal stable isotope study. Marine Biology, 159 : 1537-1550.
  • Lucia M., Bocher P., Cosson R.P., Churlaud C., Bustamante P. (2012). Evidence of species-specific detoxification processes for trace elements in shorebirds. Ecotoxicology, 21 : 2349-2362.
    Lucia M., Bocher P., Cosson R.P., Churlaud C., Robin F., Bustamante P. (2012). Insight on trace element detoxification in the Black-tailed Godwit (Limosa limosa) through genetic, enzymatic and metallothionein analyses. Science of the Total Environment, 423 : 73-83.
  • Majdi N., Tackx M., Buffan-Dubau E. (2012). Trophic positioning and microphytobenthic carbon uptake of biofilm-dwelling meiofauna in a temperate river. Freshwater Biology, 57 : 1180-1190.
  • Meissner A.M., Macleod C.D., Richard P., Ridoux V., Pierce G. (2012). Feeding ecology of striped dolphins, Stenella coeruleoalba, in the Northwestern Mediterranean Sea based on stable isotope analyses. Journal of Marine Biological Association U.K, 92 : 1677-1687.
  • Mèndez-Fernandez P., Bustamante P., Bode A., Chouvelon T., Ferreir M., López A., Pierce G.J., Begoña Santos M., Spitz J., Vingada J.V., Caurant F. (2012). Foraging ecology of five toothed whale species in the Northwest Iberian Peninsula, inferred using carbon and nitrogen isotope ratios. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 413 : 150-158.
  • Nerot C., Lorrain A., Grall J., Gillikin D.P., Munaron J.-M., Le Bris H., Paulet Y.-M. (2012). Stable isotope variations in benthic filter feeders across a large depth gradient on the continental shelf. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 96 : 228-235.
  • Rabehagasoa N., Lorrain A., Bach P., Potier M., Jaquemet S., Richard P., Ménard F., (2012). Isotopic niches of the blue shark (Prionace glauca) and the silky shark (Carcharhinus falciformis) in the south-west Indian Ocean. Endangered Species Research, 17 : 83-92.
  • Sokołowski A., Wolowicz M., Asmus H., Asmus R., Carlier A. Gasiunaité Z., Grémare A., Hummel H., Lesutiené J., Razinkovas A., Renaud P.E., Richard P., Kędra M., Lebreton B. (2012). Is benthic food web structure related to diversity of marine macrobenthic communities ? Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 108 : 76-86.
  • Thiébot J.B., Cherel Y., Trathan P.N., Bost C.A. (2012). Coexistence of oceanic predators on wintering areas explained by population-scale foraging segregation in space or time. Ecology, 93 : 122-130.
2011
  • Arnould J.P.Y., Cherel Y., Gibbens J., White J.G., Littnan C.L. (2011). Stable isotopes reveal inter-annual and inter-individual variation in the diet of female Australian fur seals. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 422 : 291-302.
  • Aubail A., Teilmann J., Dietz R., Rigét F., Harkonen T., Karlsson O., Rosing-Asvid A., Caurant F. (2011). Investigation of mercury concentrations in fur of phocid seals using stable isotopes as tracers of trophic levels and geographical regions. Polar Biology, 34 : 1411-1420.
  • Brischoux F., Bonnet X., Cherel Y., Shine R. (2011). Isotopic signatures, foraging habitats and trophic relationships between fish and seasnakes on the coral reefs of New Caledonia. Coral Reefs, 30 : 155-165.
  • Cherel Y., Gasco N., Duhamel G. (2011). Top predators and stable isotopes document the cephalopod fauna and its trophic relationships in Kerguelen waters. The Kerguelen Plateau : marine ecosystem and fisheries, Société Française d’Ichtyologie, pp. 99-108.
  • Cherel Y., Koubbi P., Giraldo C., Penot F., Tavernier E., Moteki M., Ozouf-Costaz C., Causse R., Chartier A., Hosie G. (2011). Isotopic niches of fishes in coastal, neritic and oceanic waters off Adélie land, Antarctica. Polar Science, 5 : 286-297.
  • Chouvelon T., Spitz J., Cherel Y., Caurant F., Sirmel R., Mèndez-Fernandez P., Bustamante P. (2011). Inter-specific and ontogenic differences in δ13C and δ15N values and Hg and Cd concentrations in cephalopods. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 433 : 107-120.
  • Cipro C.V.Z., Yogui G.T., Bustamante P., Taniguchi S., Sericano J.L., Montone R.C. (2011). Organic pollutants and their correlation with stable isotopes in vegetation from King George Island, Antarctica. Chemosphere, 85 : 393-398.
  • Giraldo C., Cherel Y., Vallet C., Mayzaud P., Tavernier E., Moteki M., Hosie G., Koubbi P. (2011) Ontogenic changes in the feeding ecology of the early life stages of the Antarctic silverfish (Pleuragramma antarcticum) documented by stable isotopes and diet analysis in the Dumont d’Urville Sea (East Antarctica). Polar Science, 5 : 252-263.
  • Kiszka J., Simon-Bouhet B., Martinez L., Pusineri C., Richard P., Ridoux V. (2011). Ecological niche segregation within a community of sympatric dolphins around a tropical island. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 433 : 273-288.
  • Lebreton B., Richard P., Galois R., Radenac G., Pfléger C., Guillou G., Blanchard G.F. (2011) Trophic importance of microphytobenthos in an intertidal Zostera noltii seagrass bed : Evidence from stable isotope and fatty acid analyses. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 92 : 140-153.
  • Lebreton B., Richard P., Parlier E.P., Guillou G., Blanchard G.F. (2011). Trophic ecology of mullets in an European salt marsh : A stable isotope study. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 91 : 502-510.
  • Lorrain A., Argüelles J., Alegre A., Bertrand A., Munaron J.-M., Richard P., Cherel Y. (2011). Sequential isotopic signature along gladius highlights contrasted individual foraging strategies of jumbo squid (Dosidicus gigas). PLoS ONE 6 : e22194.
  • Modéran J., David V., Bouvais P., Richard P., Fichet D. (2011). Organic matter exploitation in a highly turbid environment : planktonic food web in the Charente estuary, France. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 98 : 126-137.
  • Newland C., Field I.C., Cherel Y., Guinet C., Bradshaw C.J.A., McMahon C.R., Hindell M.A. (2011). Diet of juvenile southern elephant seals reappraised by stable isotopes in whiskers. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 424 : 247-258.
  • Rastorgueff P.-A., Harmelin-Vivien M., Richard P., Chevaldonné P. (2011). Feeding strategies and resource partitioning mitigate the effects of oligotrophy for marine cave mysids. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 440 : 163-176.
  • Thiébot J.B., Cherel Y., Trathan P.N., Bost C.A. (2011). Inter-population segregation in the wintering areas of macaroni penguins. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 421 : 279-290.
2010
  • Aubail A., Dietz R., Rigét F., Simon-Bouhet B., Caurant F. (2010). An evaluation of teeth of ringed seals (Phoca hispida) from Greenland as a matrix to monitor spatial and temporal trends of mercury and stable isotopes. Science of the Total Environment, 408 : 5137-5146.
  • Bailleul F., Authier M., Ducatez S., Roquet F., Charrassin J.-B., Cherel Y., Guinet C. (2010). Looking at the unseen : combining animal bio-logging and stable isotopes to reveal a shift in the ecological niche of a deep diving predator. Ecography, 33 : 709-719.
  • Cherel Y., Fontaine C., Richard P., Labat J.P. (2010). Isotopic niches and trophic levels of myctophid fishes and their predators in the Southern Ocean. Limnology & Oceanography, 55 : 324-332.
  • Jaeger A., Connan M., Richard P., Cherel Y. (2010). Use of stable isotopes to quantify seasonal changes of trophic niche and levels of population and individual specialization in seabirds. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 401 : 269-277.
  • Jaeger A., Lecomte V.J., Weimerskirch H., Richard P., Cherel Y. (2010). Seabird satellite tracking validates the use of latitudinal isoscapes to depict predators’ foraging areas in the Southern ocean. Rapid Communication in Mass Spectrometry, 24 : 3456–3460.
  • Kiszka J., Oremus M., Richard P., Poole M., Ridoux V. (2010). The use of stable isotope analyses from skin biopsy samples to assess trophic relationships of sympatric delphinids off Moorea (French Polynesia). Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 395 : 48-54.
  • Modéran J., Bouvais P., David V., Le Noc S., Simon-Bouhet B., Niquil N., Miramand P., Fichet D. (2010). Zooplankton community structure in a highly turbid environment (Charente estuary, France) : Spatio-temporal patterns and environmental control. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 88 : 219-232.
2009
  • Cherel Y., Fontaine C., Jackson G.D., Jackson C.H., Richard P. (2009). Tissue, ontogenic and sex-related differences in δ13C and δ15N signatures of the oceanic squid Todarodes filippovae (Cephalopoda : Ommastrephidae). Marine Biology, 156 : 699-708.
  • Cherel Y., Kernaleguen L., Richard P., Guinet G. (2009). Whisker isotopic signature depicts migration patterns and multi-year intra- and inter-individual foraging strategies in fur seals. Biology Letters, 5 : 830-832.
  • Cherel Y., Ridoux V., Spitz J., Richard P. (2009). Stable isotopes document the trophic structure of a deep-sea cephalopod assemblage including giant octopus and giant squid. Biology Letters, 5 : 364-367.
  • Gross A., Kiszka J., Van Canneyt O., Richard P., Ridoux V. (2009). A preliminary study of habitat and resource partitioning among co-occurring tropical dolphins around Mayotte, southwest Indian Ocean. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 84 : 367-374.
  • Jaeger A., Blanchard P., Richard P., Cherel Y. (2009). Using carbon and nitrogen isotopic values of body feathers to infer inter- and intra-individual variations of seabird feeding ecology during moult. Marine Biology, 156 : 1233-1240.
  • Lebreton B., Richard P., Radenac G., Bordes M., Bréret M., Arnaud C., Mornet F., Blanchard G.F. (2009). Are epiphytes a significant component of intertidal Zostera noltii beds ? Aquatic Botany, 91 : 82–90.
  • Roussel E.G., Sauvadet A.-L., Allard J., Chaduteau C., Richard P., Cambon Bonavita M.-A., Chaumillon E. (2009). Active Archaeal methane cycling communities associated with gassy subsurface sediments of Marennes-Oléron Bay (France). Geomicrobiological Journal, 26 : 31-43.
Collaborations in the framework of Master theses, PhD theses and post-doctoral positions.

• André C., 2009. Master thesis, University of La Rochelle, LIENSs.
• Androuin T., 2014. Master thesis, University of Bretagne Occidentale.
• Artero C., 2011-2014. PhD thesis, University Antilles-Guyane.
• Aubail A., 2008-2010. PhD thesis, University of La Rochelle, LIENSs.
• Authier M., 2009-2010. PhD thesis, University of Poitiers, CEBC.
• Baya A., 2014-2015. Post-doctoral position, University of Toulouse, GET.
• Blomberg B., 2011-2015. PhD thesis, Texas A&M University Corpus Christi, USA.
• Brahmia A., 2008. Master thesis, University of Montpellier 2.
• Brand M., 2014-2016. PhD thesis, Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Germany.
• Breaux N., 2015-2016. Master thesis, Texas A&M University Corpus Christi, USA.
• Brischoux F., 2007-2008. Agronomist engineer thesis, CEBC.
• Carravieri A., 2011-2014. PhD thesis, University of La Rochelle, LIENSs.
• Cardona E., 2012-2014. PhD thesis, University of Nouvelle-Calédonie.
• Ceia F., 2010. Master thesis, IMAR, Coimbra (Portugal).
• Chouvelon T., 2008-2011. PhD thesis, University of La Rochelle, LIENSs.
• de la Vega C., 2011-2016. PhD thesis, Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Germany.
• Dessier, A. 2012-2015. PhD thesis, University of La Rochelle, LIENSs.
• Dromard C., 2011-2012. PhD thesis, University Antilles-Guyane.
• Dubois S., 2011. PhD thesis, University of Bordeaux I.
• Farque P.A., 2009. Master thesis, University of La Rochelle, LIENSs.
• Giraldo C., 2009-2012. PhD thesis, University Paris 6.
• Jaeger A., 2008-2010. PhD thesis, University Paris 6, CEBC.
• Kernaleguen L., 2008-2009. Agronomist engineer thesis, CEBC.
• Kiszka J., 2009-2010. PhD thesis, University of La Rochelle, LIENSs.
• Kohlbach D., 2016. PhD thesis, Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Germany.
• Lebreton B., 2006-2009. PhD thesis, University of La Rochelle, LIENSs.
• Louis M., 2011-2014. PhD thesis, University of La Rochelle, LIENSs.
• Lucia M., 2010-2011. Post-doctoral position, University of La Rochelle, LIENSs.
• Marchais V., 2011-2015. PhD thesis, University of Bretagne Occidentale.
• Martinez L., 2009. Master thesis, University of La Rochelle, LIENSs.
• Masbou J., 2013-2015. PhD thesis, University of Toulouse.
• Meissner A., 2008. PhD thesis, University of La Rochelle, LIENSs.
• Mendenhall K., 2014-2015. Master thesis, Texas A&M University Corpus Christi, USA.
• Mendez-Fernandez P., 2008-2010. PhD thesis, University of La Rochelle, LIENSs.
• Modéran J., 2007-2009. PhD thesis, University of La Rochelle, LIENSs.
• Ourgaud M., 2011-2016. PhD thesis, Aix Marseille University.
• Paar M., 2012-2016. PhD thesis, Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Germany.
• Pichler A. H., 2015. Post-doctoral position, University of La Rochelle, LIENSs.
• Poirier C., 2007-2010. PhD thesis, University of La Rochelle, LIENSs.
• Rastorgueff P.-A., 2010-2014, PhD thesis, University of Marseille 2.
• Rezek R., 2012-2016. PhD thesis, Texas A&M University Corpus Christi, USA.
• Robin F., 2007-2010. PhD thesis, University of La Rochelle, LIENSs.
• Thiébot J.-B., 2009-2011. PhD thesis, University Paris 6.
• Tortajada S., 2008-2011. PhD thesis, University of La Rochelle, LIENSs.
• van der Heijden L., 2015-2018. PhD thesis, University of La Rochelle, LIENSs.
• Viain A., 2008. Master thesis, University of La Rochelle, LIENSs.
• Vieira R., 2010. PhD thesis, University of Coimbra, Portugal.
• Ziolkowska K., 2010-2011. PhD thesis, University of Gdansk, Poland.
• Zmudczyńska K., 2010. PhD thesis, University of Gdansk, Poland.

publie le mercredi 11 mai 2016