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BESTLEY S., RAYMOND B., GALES N., HARCOURT R., HINDELL M. A., JONSEN I., NICOL S., PERON C., SUMNER M., WEIMERSKIRCH H., WOTHERSPOON S., COX M. Predicting krill swarm characteristics important for marine predators foraging off East Antarctica. Ecography. 2017, 40, 001-016 (PDF)

CARRAVIERI A.,WEIMERSKIRCH H., BUSTAMANTE P., CHEREL Y. Progressive ontogenetic niche shift over the prolonged immaturity period of wandering albatrosses. Royal Society Open Science. 2017, 4, 171039 (PDF)

CHEREL Y., XAVIER J. C., DE GRISSAC S., TROUVE C., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Feeding ecology, isotopic niche, and ingestion of fishery-related items of the wandering albatross Diomedea exulans at Kerguelen and Crozet Islands. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2017, 565, 197-215 (PDF)

COLLET J., PATRICK S. C., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Behavioral responses to encounter of fishing boats in wandering albatrosses. Ecology and Evolution. 2017, 7, (10), 3335-3347 (PDF)

COLLET J.,  PATRICK S. C., WEIMERSKIRCH H. A comparative analysis of the behavioral response to fishing boats in two albatross species. Behavioral Ecology. 2017, 28, (5), 1337-1347 (PDF)

CORNIOLEY T., JENOUVRIER S., BÖRGER L., WEIMERSKIRCH H., OZGUL A. Fathers matter: Male body mass affects life-history traits in a size dimorphic seabird. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 2017, 284, 20170397 (PDF)

DE GRISSAC S., BARTUMEUS F., COX S., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Early life foraging: behavioural responses of newly fledged albatrosses to environmental conditions. Ecology and Evolution. 2017, 7, 6766-6778 (PDF)

FAY R., BARBRAUD C., DELORD K., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Contrasting effects of climate and population density over time and life-stages in a long-lived seabird. Functional Ecology. 2017, 31, 1275-1284  (PDF)

ENSTIPP M. R., BOST C.-A., LE BOHEC C., BOST C., LE MAHO Y., WEIMERSKIRCH H., HANDRICH Y. Apparent changes in body insulation of juvenile king penguins suggest an energetic challenge during their early life at sea. Journal of Experimental Biology. 2017, 220, 2666-2678 (PDF)

JENOUVRIER S., AUBRY L. M., BARBRAUD C., WEIMERSKIRCH H., CASWELL H. Interacting eects of unobserved heterogeneity and individual stochasticity in the life-history of the Southern fulmar. Journal of Animal Ecology. 2017, 1-11  (PDF)

McINNES J. C., JARMAN S. N., LEA M.-A., RAYMOND B., DEAGLE B. E., PHILLIPS R. A., CATRY P., STANWORTH A., WEIMERSKIRCH H., KUSCH A., GRAS M., CHEREL Y., MASCHETTE D., ALDERMAN R. DNA metabarcoding as a marine conservation and management tool: a circumpolar examination of fishery discards in the diet of threatened albatrosses. Frontiers in Marine Science. 2017, 4, 277  (PDF)

McINNES J. C., ALDERMAN R., LEA M.-A., RAYMOND B., DEAGLE B. E., PHILLIPS R. A., STANWORTH A., THOMPSON D. R., CATRY P., WEIMERSKIRCH H., SUAZO C. G, GRAS M., JARMAN S. N. High occurrence of jellyfish predation by black-browed and Campbell albatross identified by DNA metabarcoding. Molecular Ecology. 2017, 26, (18), 4831-4845 (PDF)

MENDEZ L. PRUDOR A., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Ontogeny of foraging behaviour in juvenile red-footed boobies (Sula sula). Scientific Reports. 2007, 7, 13886 (PDF)

MENDEZ L., BORSA P., CRUZ S., DE GRISSAC S., HENNICKE J., LALLEMAND J., PRUDOR A., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Geographical variation in the foraging behaviour of the pantropical red-footed booby. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2017, 568, 217–230 (PDF)

MICHAEL P. E., THOMSON R., BARBRAUD C., DELORD K., DE GRISSAC S., HOBDAY A. J., STRUTTON P. G.,TUCK G. N, WEIMERSKIRCH H., WILCOX C. Illegal fishing bycatch overshadows climate as a driver of albatross population decline. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2017, 579, 185-199 (PDF

PARDO D., JENOUVRIER S., WEIMERSKIRCH H., BARBRAUD C. Effect of extreme sea surface temperature events on the demography of an age-structured albatross population. Philosophical Transactions Royal Society B. 2017, 372, 20160143 (PDF)

PATRICK S. C., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Reproductive success is driven by local site fidelity despite stronger specialisation by individuals for large scale habitat preference. Journal of Animal Ecology. 2017, 86, 674-682 (PDF)

PATRICK S. C., PINAUD D., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Boldness predicts an individual's position along an exploration-exploitation foraging trade-off. Journal of Animal Ecology. 2017, 86, 1257-1268 (PDF)

PEREZ-RODA A., DELORD K., BOUE A., ARCOS J. M., GARCIA D., MICOL T., WEIMERSKIRCH H., PINAUD D., LOUZAO M. Identifying Important Atlantic Areas for the conservation of Balearic shearwaters: spatial overlap with conservation areas. Deep Sea Research Part II Topical Studies in Oceanography. 2017, 141, 285-293 (PDF)

QUILLFELDT P., MOODLEY Y., WEIMERSKIRCH H., CHEREL Y., DELORD K., PHILLIPS R. A., NAVARRO J., CALDERON L., MASELLO J. F. Does genetic structure reflect differences in non-breeding movements? A case study in small, highly mobile seabirds. BMC Evolutionary Biology. 2017, 17, 160-171 (PDF)

SOUTHWELL C., EMMERSON L., TAKAHASHI A., BARBRAUD C., DELORD K., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Large-scale population assessment informs conservation management for seabirds in Antarctica and the Southern Ocean: A case study of Adélie penguins. Global Ecology and Conservation. 2017, 9, 104-115 (PDF)

SOUTHWELL C., EMMERSON L., TAKAHASHI A., KATO A., BARBRAUD C., DELORD K., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Recent studies overestimate colonization and extinction events for Adelie Penguin breeding colonies. The Auk. 2017, 134, (1), 39-50 (PDF)

SZTUKOWSKI L. A., VAN TOOR M. L, WEIMERSKIRCH H., THOMPSON D. R., TORRES L. G., SAGAR P., COTTON P. A., VOTIER S. C. Tracking reveals limited interactions between Campbell Albatross and fisheries during the breeding season. Journal of Ornithology. 2017, 158, (3), 725-735  (PDF)

THIERS L., DELORD K., BOST C.-A., GUINET C., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Important marine sectors for the top predator community around Kerguelen Archipelago. Polar Biology. 2017, 40, 365-378 (PDF)

WEIMERSKIRCH H., BORSA P., CRUZ S., DE GRISSAC S., GARDES L., LALLEMAND J., LE CORRE M., PRUDOR A. Diversity of migration strategies among great frigatebirds populations. Journal of Avian Biology.  2017, 48, 103-113 (PDF)




BUSTAMANTE P., CARRAVIERI A., GOUTTE A., BARBRAUD C., DELORD K., CHASTEL O., WEIMERSKIRCH H., CHEREL Y. High feather mercury concentrations in the wandering albatross are related to sex, breeding status and trophic ecology with no demographic consequences. Environmental Research. 2016, 144, 1-10 (PDF)


CHEREL Y., QUILLFELDT P., DELORD K., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Combination of at-sea activity, geolocation and feather stable isotopes documents where and when seabirds molt. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. 2016, 4, (3), 1-16 (PDF)


CORNIOLEY T., BÖRGER L., OZGUL A., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Impact of changing wind conditions on foraging and incubation success in male and female wandering albatrosses. Journal of Animal Ecology. 2016, 85, 1318-1327 (PDF) (PDF)


DE GRISSAC S., BÖRGER L., GUITTEAUD A., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Contrasting movement strategies among juvenile albatrosses and petrels. Scientific Reports. 2016, 6, 26103 (PDF)


DELORD K., PINET P., PINAUD D., BARBRAUD C., DE GRISSAC S., LEWDEN A., CHEREL Y., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Species-specific foraging strategies and segregation mechanisms of sympatric Antarctic fulmarine petrels throughout the annual cycle. Ibis. 2016, 158, 569-586 (PDF)


FAY R., BARBRAUD C., DELORD K., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Paternal but not maternal age influences early-life performance of offspring in a long-lived seabird. Proceedings of the Royal Society B.. 2016, 283, (1828), 20152318 (PDF)


FAY R., BARBRAUD C., DELORD K., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Variation in the age of first reproduction: different strategies or individual quality? Ecology. 2016, 97, (7), 1842-1851 (PDF)


LASCELLES B. G., TAYLOR P. R., MILLER M. G. R., DIAS M. P., OPPEL S., TORRES L., HEDD A., LE CORRE M., PHILLIPS R. A., SHAFFER S. A., WEIMERSKIRCH H., SMALL C. Applying global criteria to tracking data to define important areas for marine conservation. Diversity and Distributions. 2016, 22, (4), 422-431 (PDF)


MENDEZ L., COTTÉ C., PRUDOR A., WEIMERSKIRCH H.  Variability in foraging behaviour of red-footed boobies nesting on Europa Island. Acta Oecologica. 2016, 72, 87-97 (PDF)

PHILLIPS R. A., GALES R., BAKER G. B., DOUBLE M. C., FAVERO M., QUINTANA F., TASKER M. L., WEIMERSKIRCH H., UHART M., WOLFAARDT A. The conservation status and priorities for albatrosses and large petrels. Biological Conservation. 2016, 201, 169-183 (PDF)


SÆTHER B.-E., GRØTAN V., ENGEN S., COULSON T., GRANT P. R., VISSER M. E., BROMMER J. E., GRANT B. R., GUSTAFSSON L., HATCHWELL B. J., JERSTAD K., KARELL P., PIETIÄINEN H., ROULIN A., RØSTAD O. W., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Demographic routes to variability and regulation in bird populations. Nature Communications. 2016, 7, 12001 (PDF)


TARROUX A., WEIMERSKIRCH H., WANG S.-H., BROMWICH D. H., CHEREL Y., KATO A., ROPERT-COUDERT Y., VARPE Ø., YOCCOZ N. G., DESCAMPS S. Flexible flight response to challenging wind conditions in a commuting Antarctic seabird: do you catch the drift? Animal Behaviour. 2016, 113, 99-112 (PDF)


THIEBOT J.-B., DELORD K., BARBRAUD C., MARTEAU C., WEIMERSKIRCH H. 167 individuals versus millions of hooks: bycatch mitigation in longline fisheries underlies conservation of Amsterdam albatrosses. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. 2016, 26, 674-688 (PDF)


WEIMERSKIRCH H., BISHOP C. M., JEANNIARD DU DOT T., PRUDOR A,. SACHS G. Frigate birds track atmospheric conditions over months-long trans-oceanic flights. Science. 2016, 353, 74-78 (PDF) - (PDF)


YONEHARA Y., GOTO Y., YODA K., WATANUKI Y., YOUNG L. C., WEIMERSKIRCH H., BOST. C.-A., SATO K. Flight paths of seabirds soaring over the ocean surface enable measurement of fine-scale wind speed and direction. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 2016, 113, (32), 9039-9044 (PDF)




BARBRAUD C., DELORD K., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Extreme ecological response of a seabird community to unprecedented sea ice cover. Royal Society Open Science. 2015, 2, 140456 (PDF)


BARBRAUD C., BOST C.-A., CHEREL Y., DELORD K., GUINET C., JENOUVRIER S., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Changement climatique : Impacts sur les écosystèmes marins en Antarctique et Subantarctique. Le Courrier de la Nature. 2015, 291, 30-37 (PDF)


BORSA P., CONGDON B., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Mouvements en mer des puffins fouquets de la colonie de Temrock (Nouvelle-Calédonie) : compte rendu de mission, 28 novembre – 08 décembre 2014. Institut de Recherche pour le Developpement. IRD, Nouméa. 2015, 1-11 (PDF)


BOST C.-A., COTTÉ C., TERRAY P., BARBRAUD C., BON C., DELORD K., GIMENEZ O., HANDRICH Y., NAITO Y., GUINET C., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Large-scale climatic anomalies affect marine predator foraging behaviour and demography. Nature Communications. 2015, 6, 8220 (PDF)


BOYD C., CASTILLO R., HUNT G. L. Jr, PUNT A. E., VANBLARICOM G. R., WEIMERSKIRCH H., BERTRAND S. Predictive modelling of habitat selection by marine predators with respect to the abundance and depth distribution of pelagic prey. Journal of Animal Ecology. 2015, 84, (6), 1575-1588 (PDF)


COLLET J., PATRICK S. C., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Albatrosses redirect flight towards vessels at the limit of their visual range. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2015, 526, 199-205 (PDF)


COSTANTINI D., GOUTTE A., BARBRAUD C., FAIVRE B., SORCI G., WEIMERSKIRCH H., DELORD K., CHASTEL O. Demographic responses to oxidative stress and inflammation in the wandering albatross (Diomedea exulans). PLoS ONE. 2015, 10, (8), e0133967 (PDF)


DELORD K., ROUDAUT G., GUINET C., BARBRAUD C., BERTRAND S., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Kite aerial photography: a low-cost method for monitoring seabird colonies. Journal of Field Ornithology. 2015, 86, (2), 173–179 (PDF)


FAY R., WEIMERSKIRCH H., DELORD K., BARBRAUD C. Population density and climate shape early-life survival and recruitment in a long-lived pelagic seabird. Journal of Animal Ecology. 2015, 84, 1423-1433 (PDF)


HARRIS C. M., LORENZ  K., FISHPOOL  L. D. C., LASCELLES B., COOPER J., CORIA  N. R.,  CROXALL J. P., EMMERSON L. M., FRASER W. R., FIJN R. C., JOUVENTIN P., LARUE M. A., LE MAHO Y., LYNCH H.J., NAVEEN R., PATTERSON-FRASER D. L., PETER H.-U., PONCET S., PHILLIPS R. A., SOUTHWELL  C. J., VAN FRANEKER J. A., WEIMERSKIRCH H., WIENECKE B., WOEHLER E. J. Important Bird Areas in Antarctica 2015. BirdLife International and Environmental Research & Assessment Ltd., Cambridge. 2015, 313 pages (PDF)


HENNICKE J. C., JAMES D. J., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Sex-specific habitat utilization and differential breeding investments in Christmas Island Frigatebirds throughout the Breeding Cycle. PLoS One. 2015, 10, (6), e0129437 (PDF)


JENOUVRIER S., PERON C., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Extreme climate events and individual heterogeneity shape life-history traits and population dynamics. Ecological Monographs. 2015, 85, (4), 605-624 (PDF)


JENOUVRIER S., PERON C., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Ice-dependent southern fulmar. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America. 2015, 96, (4), 664-666 (PDF)


MISSAGIA R. V., RAMOS J. A., LOUZAO M., DELORD K., WEIMERSKIRCH H., PAIVA V. H. Year-round distribution suggests spatial segregation of Cory’s shearwaters, based on individual experience. Marine Biology. 2015, 162, 2279-2289 (PDF)


MOODLEY Y., MASELLO J.F., COLE T.L., CALDERON L., MUNIMANDA G.K., THALI M.R., ALDERMAN R., CUTHBERT R.J., MARIN M., MASSARO M., NAVARRO J., PHILLIPS R.A., RYAN P.G., SUAZO C.G., CHEREL Y., WEIMERSKIRCH H., QUILLFELDT P. Evolutionary factors affecting the cross-species utility of newly developed microsatellite markers in seabirds. Molecular Ecology Resources. 2015, 15, 1046-1058 (PDF)


QUILLFELDT P., CHEREL Y., DELORD K., WEIMERKIRCH H. Cool, cold or colder? Spatial segregation of prions and blue petrels is explained by differences in preferred sea surface temperatures. Biology Letters. 2015, 11, 20141090 (PDF)


QUILLFELDT P., CHEREL Y., MASELLO J.F., DELORD K., MCGILL R.A.R., FURNESS R. W., MOODLEY Y., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Half a world apart? Overlap in nonbreeding distributions of Atlantic and Indian Ocean thin-billed prions. Plos One. 2015, 10, (5): e0125007 (PDF)


PATRICK S. C., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Senescence rates and late adulthood reproductive success are strongly influenced by personality in a long-lived seabird. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 2015, 282, 20141649 (PDF)


SOUTHWELL C., EMMERSON L., MCKINLAY J., NEWBERY K., TAKAHASHI A., KATO A., BARBRAUD C., DELORD K., WEIMERSKIRCH H.  Spatially extensive standardized surveys reveal widespread, multi-decadal increase in east antarctic Adélie penguin populations. PLoS ONE. 2015, 10, (10), e0139877 (PDF)


TARTU S., ANGELIER F., WINGFIELD J.C., BUSTAMANTE P., LABADIE P., BUDZINSKI H., WEIMERSKIRCH H., BUSTNES J.O., CHASTEL O. Corticosterone, prolactin and egg neglect behaviour in relation to mercury and legacy POPs in a long-lived Antarctic bird. Science of the Total environment. 2015, 505, 180-188 (PDF)


THIEBOT J.-B., DEMAY J., MARTEAU C., WEIMERSKIRCH H. The rime of the modern mariner: evidence for capture of yellow-nosed albatross from Amsterdam Island in Indian Ocean longline fisheries. Polar Biology. 2015, 38, 1297-1300 (PDF)


TORRES L. G., SUTTON P. J. H., THOMPSON D. R., DELORD K., WEIMERSKIRCH H., SAGAR P. M.,  SOMMER E., DILLEY B. J., RYAN P. G., PHILLIPS R. A. Poor transferability of species distribution models for a pelagic predator, the Grey Petrel, indicates contrasting habitat preferences across Ocean Basins. PLoS ONE. 2015, 10, (3), e0120014 (PDF)


TUCK G. N., THOMSON R. B., BARBRAUD C., DELORD K., LOUZAO M., HERRERA M., WEIMERSKIRCH H. An integrated assessment model of seabird population dynamics: can individual heterogeneity in susceptibility to fishing explain abundance trends in Crozet wandering albatross? Journal of Applied Ecology. 2015, 52, 950-959 (PDF)


WEIMERSKIRCH H., DELORD K., GUITTEAUD A., PHILLIPS R. A., PINET P. Extreme variation in migration strategies between and within wandering albatross populations during their sabbatical year, and their fitness consequences. Scientific Reports. 2015, 5, 8853 (PDF)


WEIMERSKIRCH H., TARROUX A., CHASTEL O., DELORD K., CHEREL Y., DESCAMPS S. Population-specific wintering distributions of adult south polar skuas over three oceans. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2015, 538, 229-237 (PDF)



ABADI F., BARBRAUD C., BESSON D., BRIED J., CROCHET P.-A., DELORD K., FORCADA J., GROSBOIS V., PHILLIPS R.A., SAGAR P., THOMPSON P., WAUGH S., WEIMERSKIRCH H., WOOD A.G., GIMENEZ, O. Importance of accounting for phylogenetic dependence in multi-species mark-recapture studies. Ecological Modelling. 2014, 273, 236-241 (PDF)


AKESSON S., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Evidence for sex-segregated ocean distributions first-winter wandering albatrosses at Crozet. Plos One. 2014, 9, (2), e86779 (PDF)


BOUÉ A., DELORD K., FORTIN M., WEIMERSKIRCH H., DALLOYAU S., MICOL T. Premier suivi télémétrique de puffins des Baléares capturés en mer dans le Mor Braz. Penn Ar Bed. 2014, 219, 14-18 (PDF)


BOYD C., PUNT A. E., WEIMERSKIRCH H., BERTRAND S. Movement models provide insights into variation in the foraging effort of central place foragers. Ecological Modelling. 2014, 286, 13-25 (PDF)




COSTANTINI D., MEILLERE A., CARRAVIERI A., LECOMTE V., SORCI G., FAIVRE B., WEIMERSKIRCH H., BUSTAMANTE P., LABADIE P., BUDZINSKI H., CHASTEL O. Oxidative stress in relation to reproduction, contaminants, gender and age in a long-lived seabird. Oecologia. 2014, 175, 1107-1116 (PDF)


DELORD K., BARBRAUD C., BOST C.-A., DECEUNINCK B., LEFEBVRE T., LUTZ R., MICOL T., PHILLIPS R.A., TRATHAN P.N., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Areas of importance for seabirds tracked from French Southern Territories, and recommendations for conservation. Marine Policy. 2014, 48, 1-13 (PDF)


GOUTTE A., BUSTAMANTE P., BARBRAUD C., DELORD K., WEIMERSKIRCH H., CHASTEL O. Demographic responses to mercury exposure in two closely related Antarctic top predators. Ecology. 2014, 95, (4), 1075-1086 (PDF)


GOUTTE A., BARBRAUD C., MEILLERE A, CARRAVIERI A., BUSTAMANTE P., LABADIE P., BUDZINSKI H., DELORD K., CHEREL Y., WEIMERSKIRCH H., CHASTEL O. Demographic consequences of heavy metals and persistent organic pollutants in a vulnerable long-lived bird, the wandering albatross. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 2014, 281, (1787), 20133313 (PDF)


HENNICKE J. C., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Coping with variable and oligotrophic waters: foraging behaviour and flexibility Abbott’s booby Papasula abbotti. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2014, 499, 259-273 (PDF)


HENNICKE J., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Foraging movements of Abbot’s boobies during early chick-rearing and implications fr an important bird area in Christmas Island waters. Raffles Bulletin of Zoology. 2014, 30, 60-64 (PDF)


JAEGER A., GOUTTE A., LECOMTE V.J., RICHARD P., CHASTEL O., BARBRAUD C., WEIMERSKIRCH H., CHEREL Y. Age, sex and breeding status shape a complex foraging pattern in an extremely long-lived seabird. Ecology. 2014, 95, (8), 2324-2333 (PDF)


JENOUVRIER S., HOLLAND M., STROEVE J., SERREZE M., BARBRAUD C., WEIMERSKIRCH H., CASWELL H. Projected continent-wide declines of the emperor penguin under climate change. Nature Climate Change. 2014, 4, 715-718 (PDF)


LOUZAO M., WIEGAND T., BARTUMEUS F., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Coupling instantaneous energy-budget models and behavioural mode analysis to estimate optimal foraging strategy: an example with wandering albatrosses. Movement Ecology. 2014, 2, 8 (PDF)


PARDO D., BARBRAUD C., WEIMERSKIRCH H. What shall I do now? State-dependent variations of life-history traits with aging in Wandering Albatrosses. Ecology and Evolution. 2014, 4, (4), 474-487 (PDF)


PATRICK S. C., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Personality, foraging and fitness consequences in a long lived seabird. Plos One. 2014, 9, (2), e87269 (PDF)


PATRICK S. C., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Consistency pays: sex differences and fitness consequences of behavioural specialization in a wide-ranging seabird. Biology Letters. 2014, 10, 20140630 (PDF)


TARTU S., BUSTAMANTE P., GOUTTE A., CHEREL Y., WEIMERSKIRCH H., BUSTNES J.O., CHASTEL O. Age-related mercury contamination and relationship with luteinizing hormone in a long-lived antarctic bird. Plos One. 2014, 9, (7), e103642 (PDF)


THIEBOT J.-B., DELORD K., MARTEAU C., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Stage-dependent distribution of the critically endangered Amsterdam albatross in relation to Economic Exclusive Zones. Endangered Species Research. 2014, 23, 263-276 (PDF)


THIEBOT J.-B., BARBRAUD C., DELORD K., MARTEAU C., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Do introduced mammals chronically impact the breeding success of the world's rarest albatross? Ornithological Science. 2014, 13, 41-46 (PDF)


THIERS L., DELORD K., BARBRAUD C., PHILLIPS R. A., PINAUD D., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Foraging zones of the two sibling species of giant petrels in the Indian Ocean throughout the annual cycle: implication for their conservation. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2014, 499, 233-248 (PDF)


THIERS L., LOUZAO M., RIDOUX V., LE CORRE M., JAQUEMET S., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Combining methods to describe important marine habitats for top predators: application to identify biological hotspots in tropical waters. PLOS One. 2014, 9, (12), e115057 (PDF)


WEIMERSKIRCH H., CHEREL Y., DELORD K., JAEGER A., PATRICK S. C., RIOTTE-LAMBERT L. Lifetime foraging patterns of the wandering albatross: Life on the move! Special issue: Charismatic marine mega-fauna. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 2014, 450, 68-78 (PDF)



BARBRAUD C., TUCK G. N., THOMSON R., DELORD K., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Fisheries bycatch as an inadvertent human-induced evolutionary mechanism. Plos One. 2013, 8, (4), e60353 (PDF)


HUMPHRIES N.E., WEIMERSKIRCH H., SIMS D.W. A new approach for the identification of turns and steps in tortuous movement data. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 2013, 4, (10), 930-938


LOUZAO M., AUMONT O., HOTHORN T., WIEGAND T., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Foraging in a changing environment: habitat shifts of an oceanic predator over the last half century. Ecography. 2013, 36, (1), 57-67 (PDF)


PARDO D., BARBRAUD C., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Females better face senescence in the wandering albatross. Oecologia. 2013, 173, 1283-1294 (PDF)


PARDO D., WEIMERSKIRCH H., BARBRAUD C. When celibacy matters: incorporating non-breeders improves demographic parameter estimates. Plos One. 2013, 8, (3), e60389 (PDF)


PARDO D., BARBRAUD C., AUTHIER M., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Evidence for an age-dependent influence of environmental variations on a long-lived seabird's life-history traits. Ecology. 2013, 94, (1), 208-220 (PDF)


PATRICK S. C., CHARMANTIER A., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Differences in boldness are repeatable and heritable in a long-lived marine predator. Ecology and Evolution. 2013, 3, (13), 4291-4299 (PDF)


RIOTTE-LAMBERT L., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Do naïve juvenile seabirds forage differently from adults? Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 2013, 280, (1768), 20131434 (PDF)


THIEBOT J.-B., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Contrasted associations between seabirds and marine mammals across four biomes of the southern Indian Ocean. Journal of Ornithology. 2013, 154, 441-453 (PDF)


SÆTHER B. E., COULSON T., GRØTAN V., ENGEN S., ALTWEGG R., ARMITAGE K. B.,  BARBRAUD C., BECKER P. H., BLUMSTEIN D. T. , DOBSON F. S., FESTA-BIANCHET M., GAILLARD J.-M., JENKINS A., JONES C., NICOLL M. A. C., NORRIS K., OLI M. A., OZGUL A., WEIMERSKIRCH H. How life history influences population dynamics in fluctuating environments. American Naturalist. 2013, 182, (6), 743-759 (PDF)


WEIMERSKIRCH H. Seabirds-individuals in colonies. Science. 2013, 341, (6141), 35-36 (PDF)



BARBRAUD C., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Assessing the effect of satellite transmitters on the demography of the Wandering Albatross Diomedea exulans. Journal of Ornithology. 2012, 153, 375-383 (PDF)


BARBRAUD C., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Estimating survival and reproduction in a quasi biennally breeding seabird with uncertain and unobservable states. Journal of Ornithology.  2012, 152, 605-615 (PDF)


BARBRAUD C., ROLLAND V., JENOUVRIER S., NEVOUX M., DELORD K., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Effects of climate change and fisheries bycatch on Southern Ocean seabirds: a review. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2012, 454, 285-307 (PDF)


BERTRAND S., JOO R.,  ARBULU SMET C., TREMBLAY Y., BARBRAUD C.,  WEIMERSKIRCH H. Local depletion by a fishery can affect seabird foraging. Journal of Applied Ecology. 2012, 49, 1168-1177 (PDF)


De MONTE S., COTTÉ C., D'OVIDIO F., LÉVY M., LE CORRE M., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Frigatebird behaviour at the ocean-atmosphere interface: integrating animal behaviour with multi-satellite data. Journal of the Royal Society Interface. 2012, 9, 3351-3358 (PDF)


GAUTHIER G., MILOT E., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Estimating dispersal, recruitment and survival in a biennially-breeding species, the wandering albatross. Journal of Ornithology.  2012, 152, (2), S457-S467(PDF)


GREMILLET D., PRUDOR A., LE MAHO Y., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Vultures of the seas: hyperacidic stomachs in wandering albatrosses as an adaptation to dispersed food resources, including fishery wastes. PLoS ONE. 2012, 7, (6), e37834 (PDF)


HUMPHRIES N. E., WEIMERSKIRCH H., QUEIROZ N., SOUTHALL E. J., SIMS D. W. Foraging success of biological Lévy flights recorded in situ. Proceeding of the National Academy of Science USA. 2012, 109, (19), 7169-7174 (PDF)


JENOUVRIER S., HOLLAND M., STROEVE J., BARBRAUD C., WEIMERSKIRCH H., SERREZE M., CASWELL H. Effects of climate change on an emperor penguin population: analysis of coupled demographic and climate models. Global Change Biology. 2012, 18, 2756-2770 (PDF)


LE CORRE M., JAEGER A., PINET P., KAPPES M., WEIMERSKIRCH H., CATRY T., RAMOS J., RUSSELL J., SHAHS N., JAQUEMET S. Tracking seabirds to identify potential marine protected areas in the tropical Indian Ocean. Biological Conservation. 2012, 156, 83-93 (PDF)


LOUZAO M., DELORD K., GARCIA D., BOUE A., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Protecting persistent dynamic oceanographic transboundary conservation efforts are critically endangered balearic shearwater. PLoS ONE. 2012, 7, (5), e35728 (PDF)


PÉRON C., WEIMERSKIRCH H., BOST C.A. Projected poleward shift of king penguins' (Aptenodytes patagonicus) foraging range at the Crozet Islands, southern Indian Ocean. Proceedings Royal Society London (B). 2012, 279, 2515-2523 (PDF)


WEIMERSKIRCH H., LOUZAO M., DE GRISSAC S., DELORD K. Changes in wind pattern alter albatross distribution and life-history traits. Science. 2012, 335, 211-214 (PDF)


WEIMERSKIRCH H., BERTRAND S., SILVA J., BOST C.A., PERALTILLA S. Foraging in Guanay cormorant and Peruvian booby, the major guano-producing seabirds in the Humboldt Current System. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2012, 458, 231-245 (PDF)



ANGELIER F., WEIMERSKIRCH H., CHASTEL O. Capture and blood sampling do not affect foraging behaviour, breeding success and return rate of a large seabird: the black-browed albatross. Polar Biology. 2011, 34, 353-361 (PDF)


ANGELIER F., WINGFIELD J.C., WEIMERSKIRCH H., CHASTEL O. Hormonal correlates of individual quality in a long-lived bird: a test of the “corticosterone-fitness hypothesis”. Biology Letters. 2010, 6, 846-849 (PDF)


BARBRAUD C., GAVRILO M., MIZIN Y., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Comparison of emperor penguin declines between Pointe Géologie and Haswell Island over the past 50 years. Antarctic Science. 2011, 23, (5), 461-468 (PDF)


BARBRAUD C., MARTEAU C., DELORD K., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Demographic responses of white-chinned petrels Procellaria aequinoctialis and grey petrels P. cinerea to climate and longline fishery bycatch. The Kerguelen Plateau: Marine Ecosystem and Fisheries. 2011, 287-289


BARBRAUD C., RIVALAN P., INCHAUSTI P.NEVOUX M., ROLLAND V., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Contrasted demographic responses facing future climate change in Southern Ocean seabirds. Journal of Animal Ecology. 2011, 80, 89-100 (PDF)


CHARMANTIER A., BUORO M., GIMENEZ O., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Heritability of short-scale natal dispersal in a large-scale foraging bird, the wandering albatross. Jounal of Evolutionary Biology. 2011, 24, (7), 1487-1496 (PDF)


COTTE C., DELORD K, PERON C., BOST C.A., DUHAMEL G., PRUVOST P., GASCO N., MARTIN A.,  WEIMERSKIRCH H. Interactions between seabirds and fisheries in the French EEZs: implications for conservation and management. In: The Kerguelen Plateau: Marine Ecosystem and Fisheries, (Duhamel G. & Welsford D. Eds). Société d’Ichtyologie. 2011, 291-292


GOUTTE A., KRILOFF M., WEIMERSKIRCH H., CHASTEL O. Why do some adult birds skip breeding? A hormonal investigation in a long-lived bird. Biology Letters. 2011, 7, 790-792 (PDF)


KAPPES M.A., WEIMERSKIRCH H., PINAUD D., LE CORRE M. Variability of resource partitioning in sympatric tropical boobies. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2011, 441, 281-294


LOUZAO M., PINAUD D., PERON C., DELORD K., WIEGAND T., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Conserving pelagic habitats: seascape modelling of an oceanic top predator. Journal of Applied Ecology. 2011, 48, 121-132 (PDF)


PINET P., JAQUEMET S., PINAUD D., WEIMERSKIRCH H., PHILLIPS R.A., LE CORRE M. Migration, wintering distribution and habitat use of an endangered tropical seabird, Barau's petrel Pterodroma baraui. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2011, 423, 291-302 (PDF)


RAINS D., WEIMERSKIRCH H., BURG T.M. Piecing together the global population puzzle of wandering albatrosses: genetic analysis of the Amsterdam albatross Diomedea amsterdamensis. Journal of Avian Bioiogy. 2011, 42, 69-79 (PDF)


WAKEFIELD E., PHILLIPS R.A., TRATHAN P.N., ARATA J., GALES R., HUIN N., ROBERTSON. G., WAUGH S., WEIMERSKIRCH H., MATTHIOPOULOS J. Habitat preference, accessibility and competition limit the global distribution of breeding black-browed albatrosses. Ecological Monographs. 2011, 81, (1), 141-167 (PDF)



ANGELIER F., WINGFIELD J.C., WEIMERSKIRCH H., CHASTEL O. Hormonal correlates of individual quality in a long-lived bird: a test of the “corticosterone-fitness hypothesis”. Biology Letters. 2010, 6, 846-849 (PDF)


CONNAN M., MAYZAUD P., HOBSON K.A., WEIMERSKIRCH H., CHEREL Y. Food and feeding ecology of the Tasmanian short-tailed shearwater (Puffinus tenuirostris, Temminck): insights from three complementary methods. Journal of Oceanography, Research and Data. 2010, 3, 19-32 (PDF)


DELORD K., GASCO N., BARBRAUD C., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Multivariate effects on seabird bycatch in the legal Patagonian toothfish longline fishery around Crozet and Kerguelen Islands. Polar Biology. 2010, 33, 367-378 (PDF)


DELORD K., COTTE C., PERON C., MARTEAU C., PRUVOST P., GASCO N., DUHAMEL G., CHEREL Y., WEIMERSKIRCH H. At-sea distribution and diet of an endangered top predator: relationship between white-chinned petrels and commercial longline fisheries. Endangered Species Research. 2010, 13, 1-1 (PDF)


GAUTHIER G., MILOT E., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Small-scale dispersal and survival in a long-lived seabird, the wandering albatross. Journal of Animal Ecology. 2010, 79, (4), 879-887 (PDF)


GOUTTE A., ANTOINE E., WEIMERSKIRCH H., CHASTEL O. Age and the timing of breeding in a long-lived bird: a role for stress hormones? Functional Ecology. 2010, 24, 1007-1016 (PDF)


JAEGER A., LECOMTE V.J., WEIMERSKIRCH H., RICHARD P., CHEREL Y. Seabird satellite tracking validates the use of latitudinal isoscapes to depict predators’ foraging areas in the Southern Ocean. Rapid Communications In Mass Spectrometry. 2010, 24, 3456-346 (PDF)


JENOUVRIER S., CASWELL H., BARBRAUD C., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Mating behavior, population growth, and the operational sex ratio: a periodic two-sex model approach. The American Naturalist. 2010, 175, (6), 739-752 (PDF)


LECOMTE V.J., SORCIB G., CORNET S., JAEGER A., FAIVRE B., ARNOUX E., GAILLARD M., TROUVÉ C., BESSON D., CHASTEL O., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Patterns of aging in the long-lived wandering albatross. Proceeding of the National Academy of Science USA. 2010, 107, (14), 6370-6375 (PDF)


NEVOUX M., WEIMERSKIRCH H., BARBRAUD C. Long- and short-term influence of environment on recruitment in a species with highly delayed maturity. Oecologia. 2010, 162, (2), 383-392 (PDF)


NEVOUX M., FORCADA J., BARBRAUD C., CROXALL J., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Bet-hedging response to environmental variability, an intraspecific comparison. Ecology. 2010, 91, (8), 2416-2427 (PDF)


PERON C., AUTHIER M., BARBRAUD C., DELORD K., BESSON D., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Interdecadal changes in at-sea distribution and abundance of subantarctic seabirds along a latitudinal gradient in the Southern Indian Ocean. Global Change Biology. 2010, 16, 1895-1909 (PDF)


PÉRON C., DELORD K., PHILLIPS R., CHARBONNIER Y., MARTEAU C., LOUZAO M., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Seasonal variations in oceanographic habitat and behaviour of white-chinned Petrels Procellaria aequinoctialis from Kerguelen Island. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2010, 416, 267-284 (PDF)


RAYMOND B., SHAFFER S.A., SOKOLOV S., WOEHLER E.J., COSTA D.P., EINODER L., HINDELL M., HOSIE G., PINKERTON M., SAGAR P.M., SCOTT D., SMITH A., THOMPSON D.R., VERTIGAN C., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Shearwater foraging in the Southern Ocean: the roles of prey availability and winds. PLoS One. 2010, 5, (6), 10960-10974 (PDF)


RIVALAN P., BARBRAUD C., INCHAUSTI P., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Combined impacts of longline fisheries and climate on the persistence of the Amsterdam Albatross Diomedia amsterdamensis. Ibis. 2010, 152, 6-18 (PDF)


ROLLAND V., WEIMERSKIRCH H., BARBRAUD C. Relative influence of fisheries and climate on the demography of four albatross species. Global Change Biology. 2010, 16, (7), 1910-1922 (PDF)


TECHOW N.M., O'RYAN C., PHILLIPS R.A., GALES R., MARIN M., PATTERSON-FRASER D., QUINTANA F., RITZ M.S., THOMPSON D.R., WANLESS R.M., WEIMERSKIRCH H., RYAN P.G. Speciation and phylogeography of giant petrels Macronectes. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 2010, 54, (2), 472-487 (PDF)


WEIMERSKIRCH H., LE CORRE M., KAI E.T., MARSAC F. Foraging movements of great frigatebirds from Aldabra Island: relationship with environmental variables and interactions with fisheries. Progress in Oceanography. 2010, 86, (1-2), 204-213 (PDF)


WEIMERSKIRCH H., BERTRAND S., SILVA J., MARQUES J.C., GOYA E. Use of social information in seabirds: compass rafts indicate the heading of food patches. PLoS One. 2010, 5, (3), 9928-9936 (PDF)



BARBRAUD C., DELORD K., MARTEAU C., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Estimates of population size of white-chinned petrels and grey petrels at Kerguelen Islands and sensitivity to fisheries. Animal Conservation. 2009, 12, 258-265 (PDF)


BERMAN M., GAILLARD J.M., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Contrasted patterns of age-specific reproduction in long-lived seabirds. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 2009, 276, (1655), 375-382 (PDF)


BOST C.A., COTTE C., BAILLEUL F., CHEREL Y., CHARRASSIN J.B., GUINET C., AINLEY D.G., WEIMERSKIRCH H.  The importance of oceanographic fronts to marine birds and mammals of the southern oceans. Special Issue on Processes at Oceanic Fronts of the Journal of Marine Systems (JMS-SIOF). Journal of Marine Systems. 2009, 78, 363-376 (PDF)


JENOUVRIER S.,  BARBRAUD C., WEIMERSKIRCH H., CASWELL H. Limitation of population recovery: a stochastic approach to the case of the emperor penguin. Oikos. 2009, 118, 1292-1298 (PDF)


JENOUVRIER S., CASWELL H., BARBRAUD C., HOLLAND M., STR OELIG VE J., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Demographic models and IPCC climate projections predict the decline of an emperor penguin population. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS). 2009, 106, 1844-1847 (PDF)


ROLLAND V., BARBRAUD C., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Assessing the impact of fisheries, climate and disease on the dynamics of the Indian yellow-nosed Albatross. Biological Conservation. 2009, 142, 1084–1095 (PDF)


ROLLAND V., WEIMERSKIRCH H., BARBRAUD C. Relative influence of fisheries and climate on the demography of four albatross species. Global Change Biology. 2009, 16, 1910-1922


ROLLAND V., NEVOUX M., BARBRAUD C., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Respective impact of climate and fisheries on the growth of an albatross population. Ecological Applications. 2009, 19, (5), 1336–1346 (PDF)


SATO K., SAKAMOTO K.Q., WATANUKI Y., TAKAHASHI A., KATSUMATA N., BOST C.A., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Scaling of soaring seabirds and implications for flight abilities of giant pterosaurs. PLosOne. 2009, 4, e5400 (PDF)


SHAFFER S.A., WEIMERSKIRCH H., SCOTT D., PINAUD D., THOMPSON D.R., SAGAR P.M., MOLLER H., TAYLOR G.A., FOLEY D.G., TREMBLAY Y., COSTA D.P. Spatio-temporal habitat use by breeding sooty shearwaters Puffinus griseus. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2009, 391, 209-220 (PDF)


TEW KAI E., ROSSI V., SUDRE J., WEIMERSKIRCH H., LOPEZ C., HERNANDEZ-GARCIA E., MARSAC F., GARCON V. Top marine predators track Lagrangian coherent structures. Proceeding of the National Academy of Science USA. 2009, 106, 8245-8250 (PDF)


WEIMERSKIRCH H., LE CORRE M., BOST C.A., BALLANCE L., PITMAN R. L’avifaune de l’île Clipperton et l’écologie des oiseaux marins. Publications scientifiques du Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle-IRD Éditions. Clipperton : Environnement et Biodiversité d’un Microcosme Océanique. 2009, 68, 381-392 (PDF)


WEIMERSKIRCH H., LE CORRE M., GADENNE H., PINAUD D., KATO A., ROPERT-COUDERT Y., BOST C.A. Relationship between reversed sexual dimorphism, breeding investment and foraging ecology in a pelagic seabird, the masked booby. Oecologia. 2009, 161, 637-649 (PDF)


WEIMERSKIRCH H., SHAFFER S.A., TREMBLAY Y., COSTA D.P., GADENNE H., KATO A., ROPERT-COUDERT Y., SATO K., AURIOLES D. Species and sex specific differences in foraging behaviour and foraging zones in blue-footed and brown boobies in the Gulf of California. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2009, 391, 267-278 (PDF)



BARBRAUD C., MARTEAU C., RIDOUX, V., DELORD K., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Demographic response of a population of white-chinned petrels Procellaria aequinoctialis to climate and longline fishery bycatch. Journal of Applied Ecology. 2008, 45, 1460-1467 (PDF)


BARBRAUD C., WEIMERSKIRCH H., BOST C.A., FORCADA J., TRATHAN P., AINLEY D. Are king penguin populations threatened by Southern Ocean warming? Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 2008, 105, (26), (PDF)


CHEREL Y., LE CORRE M., JAQUEMET S., MÉNARD F., RICHARD P., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Resource partitioning within a tropical seabird community: new information from stable isotopes. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2008, 366, 281–291 (PDF)


DELORD K., BESSON D., BARBRAUD C., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Population trends in a community of large Procellariiforms of Indian Ocean: potential effects of environment and fisheries interactions. Biological Conservation. 2008, 141, 1840-1856 (PDF)


GROSBOIS V., GIMENEZ O., GAILLARD J.M., PRADEL R., BARBRAUD C., CLOBERT J., MOLLER A.P., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Assessing the impact of climate variation on survival in vertebrate populations. Biological Reviews. 2008, 83, 357-399 (PDF)




LOSEKOOT M., NEVITT G.A., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Investigating olfactory foraging in wandering albatross (Diomedea Exulans) using a global positioning system (GPS). 15th International Symposium on Olfaction and Taste, JUL 21-26, 2008, San Francisco, CA, USA. Chemical Senses. 2008, 33, (8), S57-S58


MILOT E., WEIMERSKIRCH H., BERNATCHEZ L. The seabird paradox: dispersal, genetic structure and population dynamics in a highly mobile, but philopatric albatross species. Molecular Ecology. 2008, 17, 1658-1673 (PDF)


NEVITT G.A., LOSEKOOT M., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Evidence for olfactory search by wandering albatross, Diomedea exulans. Proceeding of the National Academy of Science USA. 2008, 105, (12), 4576-4581 (PDF)


ROLLAND V., BARBRAUD C., WEIMERSKIRCH H. Combined effects of fisheries and climate on a migratory long-lived marine predator. Journal of Applied Ecology. 2008, 45, 4-13 (PDF)


WEIMERSKIRCH H., LE CORRE M., BOST C.A. Foraging strategy of masked boobies from the largest colony in the world: relationship to environmental conditions and fisheries. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2008, 362, 291-302 (PDF)


WEIMERSKIRCH H., LE CORRE M., BOST C.A., BALLANCE L., PITMAN R. L’avifaune de l’île Clipperton, et l’écologie des oiseaux marins. Etat des connaissances sur l'île de Clipperton à la suite de l'expédition Jean-Louis Etienne (2005). Clipperton, environnement et biodiversité d'un microcosme océanique - cpn 68, 382-392


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