carnivores

Large carnivores monitoring

Developing statistical tools to survey large carnivores in Europe.

Terrestrial transport infrastructures, Lynx population viability and mitigation strategies

Avoiding, reducing and compensating mortality risks of the Eurasian Lynx by collision with transport vehicles.

Inferring wildlife poaching in Southeast Asia with multispecies dynamic occupancy models

Check out our new @biorxivpreprint #preprint "Inferring #wildlife #poaching in Southeast Asia with multispecies dynamic #occupancy models" led by @LMarescot 🐯 https://t.co/g4NAQnUODw #HMMs @ArnaudLyet @rhohits #NeilCarter @SMARTCnsvTools @AgenceRecherche pic.twitter.com/5EttLyY1S9 — Olivier Gimenez 🖖 (@oaggimenez) 15 janvier 2019

New paper!

🤩🐺 New paper by unstoppable @LouvrierJulie "Accounting for #misidentification and #heterogeneity in #occupancy studies using #HMMs" https://t.co/UqJfbkFjbW #teamboulet #openaccess @EcoHMM #carnivorepapersbywomen @ONCFS_officiel @umontpellier @IsiteMUSE @CNRSenLR @INEE_CNRS pic.twitter.com/YGgPNjzRUE — Olivier Gimenez 🥐 (@oaggimenez) 19 septembre18

New paper!

New paper by #SarahBenhaiem & @LMarescot 🤩👏 "Robustness of Eco-Epidemiological Capture-Recapture Parameter Estimates to Variation in Infection State Uncertainty" https://t.co/ZvNghUHUUY #HMM #multievent #TMB #WomenInSTEM #carnivorepapersbywomen #heynas #serengeti pic.twitter.com/VT6iStk5UW — Olivier Gimenez 🍉 (@oaggimenez) 28 août 2018

Socio-ecological management of large carnivores

Combining ecological, human and social sciences for large carnivores management.

Socio-ecological approaches to better understand interactions between large carnivores and human activities

Au siège du @CNRS pour présenter notre projet combinant #shs et #écologie pour la gestion des grands prédateurs 🐺🐻🐱 en 🇫🇷 "Osez l'#interdisciplinarité" 🤞😓 @CNRSenLR @INEE_CNRS pic.twitter.com/yxUFWj5cWB — Olivier Gimenez 🍉 (@oaggimenez) 11 juin 2018 Et la réponse vient de tomber, ça maaaaaaaaaaaarche!

Terrestrial transport infrastructures, Lynx population viability and mitigation strategies

Our project `Avoid, reduce and compensate mortality risks of the Eurasian Lynx by collision with transport vehicles` aims to build on previous works on lynx population viability, collision risks while crossing terrestrial transport infrastructures and mitigation strategies. Our team will develop an operational tool upon which the technical operators will be able to rely on in the decision-making process for land-use planning. More details [here](https://sites.google.com/view/erclynx/) (in French).