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Adrienne Gastineau

Doctorante (PhD Student)

Coordonnées : CESCO - bâtiment 135 MNHN - CNRS - UPMC 43 rue Buffon 75005 Paris adrienne.gastineau@mnhn.fr +33(0)140793359

Équipe(s) : Doctorants BEC

Statut professionnel : Doctorant

  • Conservation behaviour
  • behavioural ecology
  • spatial ecology
  • brown bear

Recherche fondamentale et appliquée.

Thèmes de recherche

Trained in Biology, Ecology and Behavioral Ecology, my main research theme is conservation behavior, in other words how the study of animal behavior can support and contribute to Conservation Biology.

 

My PhD "Spatial analysis of depredation on livestock by a large carnivore: the brown bear, Ursus arctos, in the Pyrenees and in the Alps" focuses on studying damage events on livestock, which are one of the main limiting factors for the acceptation of large carnivores worldwide. Brown bear-human cohabitation issues, particularly economically such as pastoral activity, are of first order for social acceptance of this species and therefore for its conservation and management, especially in Europe where anthropogenic interactions are numerous.

This PhD aims to go beyond the primary vulnerability analysis of pastoral areas and to undertake a spatially explicit study at different spatial (landscape, individual home range) and temporal scales (intra- and inter-annual variations).

This topic fits in the growing field of movement ecology and particularly in the field of spatial risk modelling. The former is used as a method to identify priority zones of high risk of predation in order to maximise the efficiency and to minimize mitigation costs.

 

 

Supervisors: François Sarrazin (CESCO, UPMC), Alexandre Robert (CESCO, MNHN) & Pierre-Yves Quenette (ONCFS, UPAD, Equipe Ours)

Collaborators: Provincia Autonoma Di Trento, Italy ; Servizio Foreste e Fauna, Settore Grandi carnivori ; Fondazione Edmund Mach, Italy.

 

This PhD is funded by the Pierre and Marie Curie University (UPMC) and the Office National de la Chasse et de la Faune Sauvage (ONCFS, Hunting and Wildlife French National Agency).



Description

Enseignement et pédagogie

Enseignement et pédagogie

Encadrement étudiants

Autres missions

Diffusion de la connaissance

Participation to international conference:

Gastineau, A., Bombillon, N., Sentilles, J., Gimenez, O., Alfonso, I., Palazon, S., Quenette, P.-Y. (2016). Secnt-marking behaviour in a solitary and non-territorial species in the Pyrenees: the brown bear Ursus arctos. Oral communication, 3rd Young Natural History Scientists Meeting, Evolutionary Ecology, Paris, France, February 4th, 2016.

 

Technical communication:

Camarra, J.-J., Sentilles, J., Gastineau, A., Quenette, P.-Y. (2017). Suivi de l'Ours brun dans les Pyrénées françaises (Sous-populations occidentale et centrale). Rapport annuel. Année 2016. Rapport, Office National de la Chasse et de la Faune Sauvage, 56 pp.

Camarra, J.-J., Sentilles, J., Bombillon, N., Gastineau, A., Quenette, P.-Y. (2016). Suivi de l'Ours brun dans les Pyrénées françaises. Rapport annuel. Année 2015. Rapport, Office National de la Chasse et de la Faune Sauvage, 53 pp.

Gestion des collections

Expertise

Divers

 
 
 

Contact

MNHN - CESCO
 43 rue Buffon
75005 Paris

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