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Dr Tiphaine Jeanniard du Dot
I am a Research Scientist at Centre d'Etudes Biologiques de Chizé, CNRS - La Rochelle Université (UMR 7372), France.
I specialize in behavioural ecology and environmental physiology of marine top predators, such as marine mammals and seabirds. I seek to understand how environmental changes impact foraging ecology, energetics and fitness of free-ranging animals in a management and conservation context. I use a multidisciplinary approach based on field-based data, on state-of-the-art biologging and biotelemetry tools, and on advances analytical and modelling methods to my research.
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To know more about the Marine Predators Unit:
Chevallay, M., et al. 2022. Should I stay or should I go? Behavioral adjustments of fur seals related to foraging success. Behavioural Ecology 33(3) 634-643
Jeanniard du Dot T. & Guinet C. 2021 Foraging capacities, behaviours and strategies of otariids and odobenids In Ethology and Behavioral Ecology of Pinnipeds and Odobenids. Ed. C. Campagna and R. Harcourt. Springer Publications. Switzerland.
McMahon CR, Roquet F, ..., Jeanniard du Dot T., J..., Woodward B, 2021. Animal Borne Ocean Sensors – AniBOS – An Essential Component of the Global Ocean Observing System. Frontiers in Marine Science 8 (1625).
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