Laetitia Kernaleguen

Laetitia Kernaleguen

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Campus Burwood
Supervisor John Arnould

Thesis title
Fitness Consequences of Individual Specialisation in Fur Seals

Research interests
1. Foraging ecology
2. Individual specialisation
3. Stable isotopes

Key publications
Kernaléguen L, Dorville N, Ierodiaconou D, Hoskins AJ, Baylis AMM, Hindell MA, Semmens J, Abernathy K, Marshall GJ, Cherel Y, Arnould JPY (2015) From video recordings to whisker stable isotopes: a critical evaluation of time-scale in assessing individual foraging specialisation in Australian fur seals. Oecologia, DOI: 10.1007/s00442-015-3407-2

Kernaléguen L, Cherel Y, Knox T, Baylis AMM, Arnould JYP (2015) Sexual niche segregation and gender-specific individual specialisation in a highly dimorphic marine mammal. PLoS ONE, 10:e0133018

Kernaléguen L, Arnould JPY, Guinet C, Cherel Y (2015) Determinants of Individual Foraging Specialisation in Large Marine Vertebrates, the Antarctic and Subantarctic Fur Seals. Journal of Animal Ecology 84: 1081-1091

Le Maho Y, Whittington JD, Hanuise N, Pereira L, Boureau M, Brucker M, Chatelain N, Courtecuisse J, Crenner F, Friess B, Grosbellet E, Kernaléguen L, Olivier F, Saraux C, Vetter N, Viblanc VA, Thierry B, Tremblay P, Groscolas R, Le Bohec C (2014) Rovers minimize human disturbance in research on wild animals. Nature methods 11: 1242-1244

Kernaléguen L, Cazelles B, Arnould JPY, Richard P, Guinet C, Cherel Y (2012) Long-term species, sexual and individual variations in foraging strategies of fur seals revealed by stable isotopes in whiskers, PLoS ONE, 7: e32916

Cherel Y, Kernaléguen L, Richard P, Guinet C (2009) Whisker isotopic signature depicts migration patterns and multi-year intra- and inter-individual foraging strategies in fur seals, Biology Letters, 5: 830-832