Guillaume Gayet

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A number of native and exotic animal species show dramatic population increases in terms of both numbers and geographic range. Understanding the habitat selection processes behind such increases is crucial to implement adequate management measures. Mute swan (Cygnus olor) populations have experienced a tremendous demographic and geographic expansion in(More)
The Mute Swan (Cygnus olor) is a protected species whose population has shown a dramatic demographic expansion over the last decades in France. Today, Mute Swans are suspected of causing damages to wetlands, partly through their territorial behaviour towards other waterbirds. The behaviour of Mute Swan pairs and the distribution of other waterbirds was(More)
This is essential to understand habitat selection by wildlife to manage habitats and populations. Studying the annual use of aquatic habitats provides information on how to manage wetlands for waterfowl, and to predict possible detrimental effects associated with extended usage by these birds. This is particularly important for species like the mute swan(More)
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