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Selected publications :

  • Grémillet, D., Ponchon, A., Paleczny, M., Karpouzi, V. & Pauly, D. (2018) Persisting worldwide seabird-fishery competition despite seabird community decline. Current Biology.
  • Péron, C., Authier, M., & Grémillet, D. (2018) Testing the transferability of track‐based habitat models for sound marine spatial planning. Diversity and Distributions.
  • Courbin, N., Besnard, A., Péron, C., Saraux, C., Fort, J., Perret, S., … & Grémillet, D. (2018). Short‐term prey field lability constrains individual specialisation in resource selection and foraging site fidelity in a marine predator. Ecology letters.
  • Keogan, K., Daunt, F., Wanless, S., Phillips, R. A., Walling, C. A., Agnew, P., …Grémillet, D.,… & Lewis, S. (2018). Global phenological insensitivity to shifting ocean temperatures among seabirds. Nature Climate Change, 8(4), 313.
  • Grémillet, D., Lescroël, A., Ballard, G., Dugger, K. M., Massaro, M., Porzig, E. L., & Ainley, D. G. (2018). Energetic fitness: Field metabolic rates assessed via 3D accelerometry complement conventional fitness metrics. Functional Ecology, 32(5), 1203-1213.
  • Amélineau, F., Fort, J., Mathewson, P. D., Speirs, D. C., Courbin, N., Perret, S., … & Grémillet, D. (2018). Energyscapes and prey fields shape a North Atlantic seabird wintering hotspot under climate change. Royal Society open science, 5(1), 171883.
  • Krüger, L., Ramos, J. A., Xavier, J. C., Grémillet, D., González‐Solís, J., Petry, M. V., … & Paiva, V. H. (2018). Projected distributions of Southern Ocean albatrosses, petrels and fisheries as a consequence of climatic change. Ecography, 41(1), 195-208.
  • Grémillet, D., White, C. R., Authier, M., Dorémus, G., Ridoux, V., & Pettex, E. (2017). Ocean sunfish as indicators for the ‘rise of slime’. Current Biology, 27(23), R1263-R1264.
  • Amélineau, F., Bonnet, D., Heitz, O., Mortreux, V., Harding, A. M., Karnovsky, N., … & Grémillet, D. (2016). Microplastic pollution in the Greenland Sea: Background levels and selective contamination of planktivorous diving seabirds. Environmental pollution, 219, 1131-1139.
  • Lescroël, A., Mathevet, R., Péron, C., Authier, M., Provost, P., Takahashi, A., & Grémillet, D. (2016). Seeing the ocean through the eyes of seabirds: A new path for marine conservation? Marine Policy, 68, 212-220.
  • Grémillet, D., Fort, J., Amélineau, F., Zakharova, E., Le Bot, T., Sala, E., & Gavrilo, M. (2015). Arctic warming: nonlinear impacts of sea‐ice and glacier melt on seabird foraging. Global change biology, 21(3), 1116-1123.
  • Vas, E., Lescroël, A., Duriez, O., Boguszewski, G., & Grémillet, D. (2015). Approaching birds with drones: first experiments and ethical guidelines. Biology letters, 11(2), 20140754.
  • Grémillet, D., Péron, C., Provost, P., & Lescroël, A. (2015). Adult and juvenile European seabirds at risk from marine plundering off West Africa. Biological Conservation, 182, 143-147.
  • Meineri, E., Deville, A. S., Grémillet, D., Gauthier‐Clerc, M., & Béchet, A. (2015). Combining correlative and mechanistic habitat suitability models to improve ecological compensation. Biological Reviews, 90(1), 314-329.
  • Péron, C., Grémillet, D., Prudor, A., Pettex, E., Saraux, C., Soriano-Redondo, A., … & Fort, J. (2013). Importance of coastal Marine Protected Areas for the conservation of pelagic seabirds: The case of Vulnerable yelkouan shearwaters in the Mediterranean Sea. Biological conservation, 168, 210-221.
  • Péron, C., & Grémillet, D. (2013). Tracking through life stages: adult, immature and juvenile autumn migration in a long-lived seabird. PLoS One, 8(8), e72713. 
  • Wakefield, E. D., Bodey, T. W., Bearhop, S., Blackburn, J., Colhoun, K., Davies, R., …, Grémillet, D.,…& Hamer, K.C. (2013). Space partitioning without territoriality in gannets. Science, 341(6141), 68-70. DOI: 10.1126/science.1236077
  • Tew Kai, E., Benhamou, S., van der Lingen, C. D., Coetzee, J. C., Pichegru, L., Ryan, P. G., & Grémillet, D. (2013). Are Cape gannets dependent upon fishery waste? A multi‐scale analysis using seabird GPS‐tracking, hydro‐acoustic surveys of pelagic fish and vessel monitoring systems. Journal of Applied Ecology, 50(3), 659-670.
  • Ramos, R., & Grémillet, D. (2013). Marine ecosystems: Overfishing in West Africa by EU vessels. Nature, 496(7445), 300.
  • Grémillet, D., Meslin, L., & Lescroël, A. (2012). Heat dissipation limit theory and the evolution of avian functional traits in a warming world. Functional Ecology, 26(5), 1001-1006.
  • Fort, J., Pettex, E., Tremblay, Y., Lorentsen, S. H., Garthe, S., Votier, S., … & Grémillet, D. (2012). Meta‐population evidence of oriented chain migration in northern gannets (Morus bassanus). Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 10(5), 237-242.
  • Lescroël, A., & Grémillet, D. (2011). Antarctica: Fishery threatens protected ocean. Nature, 479(7373), 299.
  • Grémillet, D., & Lescroël, A. (2011). Libyan uprising may boost bluefin tuna. Nature, 472(7342), 169.
  • White, C. R., Grémillet, D., Green, J. A., Martin, G. R., & Butler, P. J. (2011). Metabolic rate throughout the annual cycle reveals the demands of an Arctic existence in Great Cormorants. Ecology, 92(2), 475-486.
  • Fort, J., Cherel, Y., Harding, A. M., Egevang, C., Steen, H., Kuntz, G., … & Grémillet, D. (2010). The feeding ecology of little auks raises questions about winter zooplankton stocks in North Atlantic surface waters. Biology letters, 6(5), 682-684. DOI:1098/rsbl.2010.0082
  • Grémillet, D., Mullers, R. H., Moseley, C., Pichegru, L., Coetzee, J. C., Sabarros, P. S., … & Ropert-Coudert, Y. (2010). Seabirds, fisheries, and cameras. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 8(8), 401-402.
  • Grémillet, D., & Charmantier, A. (2010). Shifts in phenotypic plasticity constrain the value of seabirds as ecological indicators of marine ecosystems. Ecological Applications, 20(6), 1498-1503.
  • Pichegru, L., Grémillet, D., Crawford, R. J. M., & Ryan, P. G. (2010). Marine no-take zone rapidly benefits endangered penguin. Biology letters, 6(4), 498-501. DOI:1098/rsbl.2009.0913
  • Okes, N. C., Hockey, P. A., Pichegru, L., van der Lingen, C. D., Crawford, R. J., & Grémillet, D. (2009). Competition for shifting resources in the southern Benguela upwelling: seabirds versus purse-seine fisheries. Biological Conservation, 142(10), 2361-2368.
  • Grémillet, D., & Boulinier, T. (2009). Spatial ecology and conservation of seabirds facing global climate change: a review. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 391, 121-137.
  • Fort, J., Porter, W. P., & Grémillet, D. (2009). Thermodynamic modelling predicts energetic bottleneck for seabirds wintering in the northwest Atlantic. Journal of Experimental Biology, 212(15), 2483-2490. doi: 10.1242/jeb.032300
  • Grandgeorge, M., Wanless, S., Dunn, T. E., Maumy, M., Beaugrand, G., & Grémillet, D. (2008). Resilience of the British and Irish seabird community in the twentieth century. Aquatic Biology, 4(2), 187-199.
  • Grémillet, D. (2008). Paradox of flying to meetings to protect the environment. Nature, 455(7217), 1175.
  • Grémillet, D., Pichegru, L., Kuntz, G., Woakes, A. G., Wilkinson, S., Crawford, R. J., & Ryan, P. G. (2008). A junk-food hypothesis for gannets feeding on fishery waste. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences, 275(1639), 1149-1156. DOI:1098/rspb.2007.1763
  • Grémillet, D., Lewis, S., Drapeau, L., van Der Lingen, C. D., Huggett, J. A., Coetzee, J. C., … & Ryan, P. G. (2008). Spatial match–mismatch in the Benguela upwelling zone: should we expect chlorophyll and sea‐surface temperature to predict marine predator distributions? Journal of Applied Ecology, 45(2), 610-621.
  • Le Bohec, C., Durant, J. M., Gauthier-Clerc, M., Stenseth, N. C., Park, Y. H., Pradel, R., Grémillet, D., Gendner, J-P. & Le Maho, Y. (2008). King penguin population threatened by Southern Ocean warming. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 105(7), 2493-2497.
  • Lewis, S., Grémillet, D., Daunt, F., Ryan, P. G., Crawford, R. J., & Wanless, S. (2006). Using behavioural and state variables to identify proximate causes of population change in a seabird. Oecologia, 147(4), 606-614.
  • Grémillet, D., Kuntz, G., Gilbert, C., Woakes, A. J., Butler, P. J., & le Maho, Y. (2005). Cormorants dive through the Polar night. Biology letters, 1(4), 469-471. DOI:1098/rsbl.2005.0356
  • Grémillet, D., Kuntz, G., Woakes, A. J., Gilbert, C., Robin, J. P., Le Maho, Y., & Butler, P. J. (2005). Year-round recordings of behavioural and physiological parameters reveal the survival strategy of a poorly insulated diving endotherm during the Arctic winter. Journal of Experimental biology, 208(22), 4231-4241. doi: 10.1242/jeb.01884
  • Wilson, R. P., Scolaro, J. A., Grémillet, D., Kierspel, M. A., Laurenti, S., Upton, J., … & Straten, M. T. (2005). How do Magellanic Penguins cope with variability in their access to prey? Ecological Monographs, 75(3), 379-401.
  • Grémillet, D., Kuntz, G., Delbart, F., Mellet, M., Kato, A., Robin, J. P., … & Maho, Y. (2004). Linking the foraging performance of a marine predator to local prey abundance. Functional Ecology, 18(6), 793-801.
  • Grémillet, D., Dell Omo, G., Ryan, P. G., Peters, G., Ropert-Coudert, Y., & Weeks, S. J. (2004). Offshore diplomacy, or how seabirds mitigate intra-specific competition: a case study based on GPS tracking of Cape gannets from neighbouring colonies. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 268, 265-279. doi:10.3354/meps268265
  • Grémillet, D., Wright, G., Lauder, A. L. A. N., Carss, D. N., & Wanless, S. (2003). Modelling the daily food requirements of wintering great cormorants: a bioenergetics tool for wildlife management. Journal of Applied Ecology, 40(2), 266-277.
  • Wilson, R. P., Grémillet, D., Syder, J., Kierspel, M. A., Garthe, S., Weimerskirch, H., … & Nel, D. (2002). Remote-sensing systems and seabirds: their use, abuse and potential for measuring marine environmental variables. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 228, 241-261. doi:10.3354/meps228241
  • Grémillet, D., Wanless, S., Carss, D. N., Linton, D., Harris, M. P., Speakman, J. R., & Le Maho, Y. (2001). Foraging energetics of arctic cormorants and the evolution of diving birds. Ecology Letters, 4(3), 180-184.
  • Grémillet, D., Wilson, R. P., Wanless, S., & Chater, T. (2000). Black-browed albatrosses, international fisheries and the Patagonian Shelf. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 195, 269-280. doi:10.3354/meps195269
  • Grémillet, D., & Wilson, R. P. (1999). A life in the fast lane: energetics and foraging strategies of the great cormorant. Behavioral ecology, 10(5), 516-524.
  • Grémillet, D., Wilson, R. P., Storch, S., & Gary, Y. (1999). Three-dimensional space utilization by a marine predator. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 183, 263-273. doi:10.3354/meps183263
  • Grémillet, D., Tuschy, I., & Kierspel, M. (1998). Body temperature and insulation in diving great cormorants and European shags. Functional Ecology, 12(3), 386-394.

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