Jean-Louis Mougin

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Predicting the impact of human activities and their derivable consequences, such as global warming or direct wildlife mortality, is increasingly relevant in our changing world. Due to their particular life history traits, long-lived migrants are amongst the most endangered and sensitive group of animals to these harming effects. Our ability to identify and(More)
In the Cory's Shearwater Calonectris diomedea borealis of Selvagem Grande (30 degrees 09'N, 15 degrees 52'W), the visits the birds pay to their colonies are cyclic throughout the breeding period. The number of visitors varies regularly between a minimum and a maximum following a sinusoid, the half-period of which is 4.8 +/- 1.5 d (2-8 d). No variation(More)
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