Nicolas Manceau

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The Yellowhammer (Emberiza citrinella) and the Ortolan Bunting (E. hortulana) are locally-sympatric on a burned forest area in Norway where we investigated whether they differed in habitat selection. Territories of Ortolan Buntings were in areas with lower vegetation density than those of Yellowhammers, and as a consequence they tended to be in areas with(More)
Setting up effective conservation strategies requires the precise determination of the targeted species' distribution area and, if possible, its local abundance. However, detection issues make these objectives complex for most vertebrates. The detection probability is usually <1 and is highly dependent on species phenology and other environmental variables.(More)
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