Publications

  • BARRé Kévin , LE VIOL Isabelle , JULLIARD Romain , CHIRON François, KERBIRIOU Christian (2018) Tillage and herbicide reduction mitigate the gap between conventional and organic farming effects on foraging activity of insectivorous bats. Ecology and Evolution (In press)
  • KERBIRIOU Christian , BAS Yves , LE VIOL Isabelle , LORRILLIèRE Romain , MOUGNOT Justine, JULIEN Jean-François (2018) Potentiality of the bat pass duration measure, for studies dealing with bat activity. Bioacoustic In press
  • AZAM Clémentine , LE VIOL Isabelle , JULIEN Jean-François , BAS Yves , KERBIRIOU Christian (2016) Disentangling the relative effect of light pollution, impervious surfaces and intensive agriculture on bat activity with a national-scale monitoring program. Landscape Ecology. DOI: 10.1007/s10980-016-0417-3 Context: Light pollution is a global change affecting a major proportion of global land surface. Although the impacts of Artificial Light At Night (ALAN) have been documented locally for many taxa, the extent of effect of ALAN at a landscape scale on biodiversity is unknown.Objectives: We characterized the landscape-scale impacts of ALAN on 4 insectivorous bat speciesPipistrellus pipistr[...]
  • DUPONT Hélène, GOURMELON Françoise, ROUAN Mathias, LE VIOL Isabelle , KERBIRIOU Christian (2016) The contribution of agent-based simulations to conservation management on a Natura 2000 site. Journal of Environmental Management
  • DUPONT Hélène, GOURMELON Françoise, ROUAN Mathias, LE VIOL Isabelle , KERBIRIOU Christian (2016) Modélisation d’accompagnement en gestion conservatoire, expérimentation au sein du réseau Natura 2000 français. revue Internalionale de Géomatique PDF icon 04_Dupont_gourmelon_VF.pdf
  • JELIAZKOV Alienor, BAS Yves , KERBIRIOU Christian , JULIEN Jean-François , PENONE Caterina, LE VIOL Isabelle (2016) Large-scale semi-automated acoustic monitoring allows to detect temporal decline of bush-crickets. Global Ecology and Conservation, 6:208–218. doi:10.1016/j.gecco.2016.02.008
  • AZAM Clémentine , KERBIRIOU Christian , VERNET Arthur, JULIEN Jean-François , BAS Yves , PLICHARD Laura, MARATRAT Julie, LE VIOL Isabelle (2015) Is part-night lighting an effective measure to limit the impacts of artificial lighting on bats? Global Change Biology In press DOI: 10.1111/gcb.13036 As light pollution is currently considered to be a major threat to biodiversity, different lighting management options are being explored to mitigate the impact of artificial lighting on wildlife. Although part-night lighting schemes have been adopted by many local authorities across Europe to reduce the carbon footprint and save energy, their effects on biodiversity are unknown. Through a paired,[...]
  • DE REDON Louis, LE VIOL Isabelle , JIGUET Frédéric , MACHON Nathalie , SCHER olivier, KERBIRIOU Christian (2015) Road network in human-dominated landscape: Habitat, corridor or barrier for small mammals? Acta Oecologica 62: 58-65 If the negative effects of road networks on biodiversity are now recognized, their role as barriers, habitats or corridors remain to be clarified in human altered landscapes in which road verges often constitute the few semi-natural habitats where a part of biodiversity important forecosystem functioningmay maintain. In human-dominated landscape, their roles are crucial to precise in comparison to[...] PDF icon ActaOecologica2015.pdf
  • DESJONQUERES Camille, RYBAK Fanny, DEPRAETERE Marion, GASC Amandine, LE VIOL Isabelle , PAVOINE Sandrine , SUEUR Jérôme (2015) First description of underwater acoustic diversity in three temperate ponds. Peer J. accepted
  • ARTHUR Laurent, LEMAIRE Michèle, DUFRENE Léa, LE VIOL Isabelle , JULIEN Jean-François , KERBIRIOU Christian (2014) Uderstanding bat-habitat associations and the effects of monitoring on long-term roost success using a volunteer dataset. Acta Chiropterologica, 16: 397-411 In gregarious species, the choice of colony location is especially crucial as the costs associated with breeding near conspecifics are important and the quality of a breeding patch is known to affect individual fitness. Consequently one could expect robust decision making rules regarding colony location. The conceptual framework of animal aggregation with regards to habitat selection emphasizes th[...] PDF icon Arthur et al_Acta Chiro_2014.pdf
  • LEROY Boris, LE VIOL Isabelle , PETILLON Julien (2014) Complementarity of rarity, specialisation and functional diversity metrics to assess community responses to environmental changes, using an example of spider. Ecological Indicators 46:351–357 AbstractThe study of community responses to environmental changes can be enhanced by the recent development of new metrics useful in applied conservation: relative rarity, ecological specialisation and functional diversity. These different metrics have been critically assessed independently, but are rarely combined in applied conservation studies, especially for less-studied taxa such as arthropod[...]
  • CHATEIL Carole, COLDRINGER Isabelle, TARRALLO, KERBIRIOU Christian , LE VIOL Isabelle , PONGE Jean François, SALMON Sandrine, GACHET Sophie, PORCHER Emmanuelle (2013) Crop genetic diversity benefits farmland biodiversity in cultivated fields. Agriculture Environment & Ecosystems 171: 25-32 This study tested whether increasing crop genetic diversity benefited farmland biodiversity in bread wheat (Triticum aestivum) fields, using an experimental approach in which arthropod and wild plantdiversity were compared in a genetically homogeneous wheat variety vs. a variety mixture. The diversity of wild plant species was not affected by crop genetic diversity. However, we showed for the firs[...] PDF icon Chateil2013.pdf
  • LE VIOL Isabelle , CHIRON François, JULLIARD Romain , KERBIRIOU Christian (2013) More amphibians than expected in highway stormwater ponds. Ecological Engineering 47 : 146-154
  • PENONE Caterina, LE VIOL Isabelle , PELISSIER Vincent, JULIEN Jean-François , BAS Yves , KERBIRIOU Christian (2013) Assessing anthropogenic pressures on Orthoptera communities using large scale acoustic monitoring. Conservation Biology 7,: 979–987 Biodiversity monitoring at large spatial and temporal scales is greatly needed in the context of global changes. Although insects are a species-rich group and are important for ecosystem functioning, theyhave been largely neglected in conservation studies and policies, mainly due to technical and methodological constraints. Sound detection, a nondestructive method, is easily applied within a citiz[...] PDF icon PenoneConsBiol2013.pdf
  • PENONE Caterina, KERBIRIOU Christian , JULIEN Jean-François , JULLIARD Romain , MACHON Nathalie , LE VIOL Isabelle (2013) Urbanisation effect on Orthoptera : which scale matters ? Insect Conservation and Diversity 6 : 319–32. 1. The characteristics of communities are determined by dispersal processes that are driven by landscape structure and species characteristics (traits). Understanding these processes requires a better assessment of the spatial scales that matter to species, based on their traits. This can be particularly addressed in an urban context where habitats are highly fragmented.2. We assessed the effects [...] PDF icon Penone_etal_ICAD2012.pdf
  • REGNERY Baptiste, KERBIRIOU Christian , JULLIARD Romain , VANDEVELDE Jean Christophe, LE VIOL Isabelle , BURYLO Mélanie, COUVET Denis (2013) Sustain common species and ecosystem functions through biodiversity offsets : response to Pilgrim et al. Conservation Letters 6: 385–386 PDF icon RegneryEtAl_2013_offset_and_common_species.pdf
  • BARNAGAUD Jean-Yves, DEVICTOR Vincent, JIGUET Frédéric , BARBET-MASSIN Morgane , LE VIOL Isabelle , ARCHAUX Frédéric (2012) Relating Habitat and Climatic Niches in Birds. Plos One DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0032819 AbstractPredicting species' responses to the combined effects of habitat and climate changes has become a major challenge in ecology and conservation biology. However, the effects of climatic and habitat gradients on species distributions have generally been considered separately. Here, we explore the relationships between the habitat and thermal dimensions of the ecological niche in European comm[...]
  • KERBIRIOU Christian , LE VIOL Isabelle , BONNET Xavier, ROBERT Alexandre (2012) Dynamics of a northern fulmar (Fulmarus glacialis) population at the southern limit of its range in Europe. Population Ecology 54: 295-304 In the context of global changes, defining the population (source-sink) dynamics of emblematic species, such as seabirds, within the limits of their distribution range is often crucial to optimize the priorities of surveys and conservation management, especially in protected areas. However, ringing is often not possible, and only simple survey methods such as "Apparently Occupied Site" can be deve[...] PDF icon KerbiriouPopulEcol2012.pdf
  • LE VIOL Isabelle , JIGUET Frédéric , BROTONS Lluis, HERRANDO Sergi, LINDSTRÖM Ake, PIERCE-HIGGINS James W., REIF Jiri, VAN TURNHOUT Chris, DEVICTOR Vincent (2012) More and more generalists: two decades of changes in the European avifauna AbstractBiotic homogenization (BH) is a process whereby some species (losers) are systematically replaced by others (winners). While this process has been related to the effects of anthropogenic activities, whether and how BH is occurring across regions and the role of native species as a driver of BH has hardly been investigated. Here, we examine the trend in the community specialization index (C[...]
  • PENONE Caterina, MACHON Nathalie , JULLIARD Romain , LE VIOL Isabelle (2012) Do railway edges provide functional connectivity for plant communities in an urban context? Biological Conservation 48(1): 126–133 AbstractFunctional connectivity is essential to maintaining biodiversity in fragmented landscapes but little attention has been given to structures that can provide it in an urban context. Using both the taxonomic and functional diversity of semi-natural grassland plant communities, we assessed the functional connectivity of linear transportation infrastructures in urban landscape. We sampled the [...]
  • VERGNES Alan , LE VIOL Isabelle , CLERGEAU Philippe (2012) Green corridors in urban landscapes affect the arthropod communities of domestic gardens. Biological Conservation 145 (1): 171–178 AbstractEcological corridors are landscape elements that prevent the negative effects of fragmentation. However, their effectiveness has never been clearly validated in urban landscapes.We analysed the role of green corridors in an urban context by comparing metacommunities of arthropods in (i) woodlots considered as sources of species, (ii) woody corridors and domestic gardens that are (iii) conn[...]
  • KERBIRIOU Christian , BARGAIN Bruno, LE VIOL Isabelle , PAVOINE Sandrine (2011) Foraging range size and habitat use of Aquatic Warblers during fall migration stopover. Acta Ornithologica 45 : 173-180 The effective conservation of aquatic warbler Acrocephalus paludicola, one of the most threatened western Palaearctic migratory passerines, requires good knowledge of its ecological needs at stopover sites. In particular, identifying its diet, which controls the accumulation of fat reserves during migration, facilitates the selection and management of adequately protected areas. Further key inform[...] PDF icon Kerbiriou_et_al-2011-Animal_Conservation.pdf
  • KERBIRIOU Christian , LE VIOL Isabelle , ROBERT Alexandre , PORCHER Emmanuelle , GOURMELON Françoise, JULLIARD Romain (2009) Tourism in protected areas can threaten wild populations : from individual response to population viability of the chough Pyrrhocorax pyrrhocorax. Journal Applied Ecology 46 : 657-665
  • KERBIRIOU Christian , LE VIOL Isabelle , JIGUET Frédéric , DEVICTOR Vincent (2009) More species, fewer specialists : 100 years of changes in community composition in an island-biogeographical study, Diversity and Distribution 15 : 641-648.
  • LE VIOL Isabelle , MOCQ Julien, JULLIARD Romain , KERBIRIOU Christian (2009) The contribution of motorway stormwater retention ponds to the biodiversity of aquatic macroinvertebrates. Biological Conservation 142 : 3163-3171.
  • KERBIRIOU Christian , LE VIOL Isabelle , JIGUET Frédéric , JULLIARD Romain (2008) The impact of human frequentation on coastal vegetation in a biosphere reserve Journal of Environmental Management 88: 715-728
  • LE VIOL Isabelle , KERBIRIOU Christian , JULLIARD Romain (2008) Evaluation of habitat restoration : assessing the consequences of rat eradication on biodiversity in a NATURA 2000 Area. Actes du colloque : 6th European Conference on Ecological Restoration, Ghent, Belgium
  • LE VIOL Isabelle , JULLIARD Romain , KERBIRIOU Christian , DE REDON Louis, CARNINOT Nathalie, MACHON Nathalie , PORCHER Emmanuelle (2008) Plant and spider communities benefit differently from the presence of planted hedgerows in highway verges. Biological Conservation 141: 1581-1590
  • KERBIRIOU Christian , GOURMELON Françoise, JIGUET Frédéric , LE VIOL Isabelle , BIORET Frédéric, JULLIARD Romain (2006) Linking territory quality and reproductive success in the chough (Pyrrhocorax pyrrochorax) : implications for conservation management of an endangered population. Ibis 148: 352-364
  • KERBIRIOU Christian , LE VIOL Isabelle , PASCAL Michel, GARROCHE Jacques (2004) Conséquences de l’éradication d’une population allochtone insulaire de rat surmulot (Ratus norvegicus) sur l’avifaune terrestre. J. Terre et vie.59: 319-329.
 
 
 

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