Pelletier, Fanie

Professeure, Faculté des sciences
FAC. SCIENCES Biologie

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819-821-8000, poste 61092


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Diplômes

(2008) Postdoctorat (Expérience en recherche). Imperial College at Silwood Park.

(2007) Postdoctorat (Expérience en recherche). Imperial College at Silwood Park.

(2005) Stratégies de reproduction des mâles du mouflon d’Amérique. Doctorat (Docteur ès en sciences). Université de Sherbrooke.

(2000) Baccalauréat (Baccalauréat en sciences). Université Laval.

Expérience académique

(2020) Professeure associée / Visiting Professor. Université Laval.

(2016) Professeure titulaire / Full Professor. Université de Sherbrooke.

Présentation

Sujets de recherche

Animal.

Disciplines de recherche

Biologie et autres sciences connexes.

Mots-clés

Conservation, Démographie évolutive.

Langues parlées et écrites

Anglais, Français

Prix et distinctions

  • (2019) Canada Research Chair. Canada Research Chair. (Distinction).
  • (2017) Accelerator grant. Conseil de recherches en sciences naturelles et en génie (CRSNG). (Distinction).
  • (2014) Canada Research Chair. Canada Research Chair. (Prix).
  • 2019 Wildlife Publication Awards. The Wildlife Society. (Distinction).
  • Associate Professor. Université de Sherbrooke. (Distinction).
  • E.W.R. Steacie Memorial Fellowships. Conseil de recherches en sciences naturelles et en génie (CRSNG). (Prix).
  • Faculty award for the recognition of the quality of teaching. Université de Sherbrooke. (Prix).
  • Member of the College of New Researchers and Creators in Art and Science. Royal Society of Canada. (Distinction).
  • Prix d'excellence de l’encadrement aux études supérieures en recherche (Award for Excellence in Graduate Research Coaching). Université de Sherbrooke. (Prix).
  • Prix de la recherche et de la création 2019 (Award for Research and Innovation). Université de Sherbrooke. (Prix).

Financement

Subvention. (Obtenu). Candidat principal. Evolutionary demography of wild populations / Démographie évolutive de populations sauvages. Conseil de Recherches en Sciences Naturelles et Génie du Canada (CRSNG). Discovery Grant. 371000 $ (2018-2023).

Bourse de recherche. (Obtenu). Chercheur principal. Forecasting the ecological and evolutionary dynamics of harvested wild species. Conseil de Recherches en Sciences Naturelles et Génie du Canada (CRSNG). E.W.R. Steacie Memorial Fellowships. 430000 $ (2020-2022).

Subvention. (Obtenu). Candidat principal. Ultrafreezers for the preservation of samples for physiological and genetic analyzes / Ultracongélateurs pour la conservation d'échantillons pour les analyses physiologiques et génétiques. Conseil de Recherches en Sciences Naturelles et Génie du Canada (CRSNG). Research Tools and Instruments. 47148 $ (2020-2021).

Subvention. (Terminé). Cochercheur. Evolutionarily sustainable management of bighorn sheep (GECF) / Gestion évolutive et durable du mouflon d'Amérique. Alberta Conservation Association. Grant Eligible Conservation Fund (GECF). 9950 $ (2019-2020).

Subvention. (Terminé). Cochercheur. DNA genetic analyzer for molecular ecology/biology applications. Conseil de Recherches en Sciences Naturelles et Génie du Canada (CRSNG). Research Tools and Instruments. 149515 $ (2019-2020).

Subvention. (Terminé). Cochercheur. Direct and indirect effects of agricultural intensification on the decline of aerial insectivorous birds: the case of the Tree Swallow / Effets directs et indirects de l'intensification agricole sur le déclin des oiseaux insectivores aériens. Fonds de recherche du Québec - Nature et technologies (FRQNT). 162000 $ (2017-2020).

Subvention. (Terminé). Cochercheur. Evolutionarily sustainable management of bighorn sheep (GECF) / Gestion évolutive et durable du mouflon d'Amérique. Alberta Conservation Association. Grant Eligible Conservation Fund (GECF). 9950 $ (2018-2019).

Subvention. (Terminé). Candidat principal. Vehicles and mobile laboratory for field research in ecology / Véhicules et laboratoire mobile pour la recherche de terrain en écologie. Conseil de Recherches en Sciences Naturelles et Génie du Canada (CRSNG). Research Tools and Instruments. 110651 $ (2017-2018).

Subvention. (Terminé). Cochercheur. Experimental management of bighorn sheep, Grant eligible conservation fund (GECF) / Gestion expérimentale du mouflon d'Amérique. Alberta Conservation Association. 9300 $ (2016-2017).

Publications

Articles de revue

  • Sigouin A*, Bélisle M, Garant D, Pelletier F. (2020). Agricultural pesticides and ectoparasites: possible combined effects on physiology of a declining aerial insectivore. Conservation physiology, (Article soumis).
  • Landes J*, Engelhardt SC*, Pelletier F. (2020). An introduction to event history analyses for ecologists. Ecosphere, (Article sous presse).
  • Poisson MC*, Garrett D, Sigouin A*, Bélisle M, Garant D, Haroune L, Bellenger JP, Pelletier F. (2020). Assessing the effects of pesticides on the reproductive performance of a declining aerial insectivore. Ecological Applications, (Article soumis).
  • Ritchot Y*, Festa-Bianchet M, Coltman D, Pelletier F. (2020). Determinants of early reproduction in males of a long-lived polygynous mammal. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology., (Article soumis).
  • Van de Walle J*, Zedrosser A, Swenson JE, Pelletier F. (2020). Disentangling direct and indirect determinants of the duration of maternal care in brown bears: environmental context matters. Journal of Animal Ecology, (Article accepté).
  • Landes J*, Pigeon G*, Festa-Bianchet M, Pelletier F. (2020). Early-life conditions drive heterogeneity in senescence of female bighorn sheep. Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology, (Article soumis).
  • Urban MC, Strauss SY, Pelletier F, Palkovacs EP, Leibold MA, Hendry AP, De Meester L, Carlson SM, Angert AL, Giery ST. (2020). Evolutionary Origins for Ecological Patterns in Space. PNAS USA, 117(30), 17482-17490. (Article publié).
  • Rioux E*, Pelletier F, St-Laurent MH. (2020). From diet to hair and blood: Empirical estimation of discrimination factors for C and N stable isotopes in five terrestrial mammals. Journal of Mammalogy, (Article sous presse).
  • Rioux E*, Pelletier F, St-Laurent MH. (2020). From diet to hair and blood: Empirical estimation of discrimination factors for C and N stable isotopes in five terrestrial mammals. Journal of Mammalogy, 101(5), 1332-1344. (Article publié).
  • Larue B*, Pelletier F, Côté SD, Hamel S, Festa-Bianchet M. (2020). Growth and reproduction trade-offs can estimate previous reproductive history in alpine ungulates. Journal of Applied Ecology, (Article soumis).
  • Frank S, Pelletier F, Kopatz A, Bourret A, Garant D, Swenson J, Eiken H, Hagen S, Zedrosser A. (2020). Harvest is associated with the disruption of social and fine-scale genetic structure among matrilines of a solitary large carnivore. Evolutionary Applications, (Article sous presse).
  • Houle C, Pelletier F, Bélisle M, Garant D. (2020). Impacts of environmental heterogeneity on natural selection in a wild bird population. Evolution, (Article publié).
  • Frenette J, Pelletier F, St-Laurent MH. (2020). Linking habitat, predators and alternative prey to explain recruitment variations of an endangered caribou population. Global Ecology and Conservation, 22, (Article publié).
  • Cusson PO*, Pelletier F. (2020). Linking individual behaviour, growth, survival and vulnerability to hunting in a large mammal. Journal of Animal Ecology, (Révision demandée).
  • Renaud LA*, Rousseu F, Blanchet FG, Cohen AA, Festa-Bianchet M, Pelletier F. (2020). Milk composition in a wild mammal: a physiological signature of phenological changes. Oecologia, 193, 349-358. DOI. (Article publié).
  • Douhard M*, Festa-Bianchet M, Pelletier F. (2020). Sons accelerate maternal aging in a wild mammal. PNAS, 117(9), 4850-4857. (Article publié).
  • Frank SC, Pelletier F, Kopatz A, Bourret A, Garant D, Swenson JE, Eiken HG, Hagen SB, Zedrosser A. (2020). Supporting information for a smoking gun: harvest disrupts the social and fine-scale genetic structure among matrilines of a solitary large carnivore. Evolutionary applications, (Révision demandée).
  • Renaud LA*, Festa-Bianchet M, Pelletier F. (2020). Testing the match-mistmatch hypothesis in bighorn sheep. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, (Article soumis).
  • Van de Walle J*, Pelletier F, Zedrosser A, Swenson J, Jenouvrier S, Bischof R. (2020). The interplay between hunting rate, hunting selectivity, and reproductive strategies shapes population dynamics of a large carnivore. Evolutionary Applications, (Article soumis).
  • Van de Walle J*, Zedrosser A, Swenson JE, Pelletier F. (2020). Trade-off between offspring mass and number; the lightest offspring bear the costs. Biol. Lett., (Article publié).
  • Hamel S, Gaillard JM, Festa-Bianchet M, Lemaître JF, Pellerin M, Pelletier F, Nussey DH, Yoccoz NG. (2019). Allocation to early growth reduces late-life survival in the wild. PNAS, (Article soumis).
  • Landes J*, Engelhardt SC*, Pelletier F. (2019). An introduction to event history analyses for ecologists and evolutionary biologists. Ecosphere, (Article soumis).
  • Gow, EA. (2019). A range-wide domino effect and resetting of the annual cycle in a migratory songbird. Proc. R. Soc. B, 286(20181916), (Article publié).
  • +Renaud LA*, Blanchet FG, Cohen AA, Pelletier F. (2019). Causes and short-term consequences of variation in milk composition in wild sheep. Journal of Animal Ecology, (Article publié).
  • Hertel AG, Leclerc M*, Warren D, Pelletier F, Zedrosser A, Mueller T. (2019). Don't poke the bear: using tracking data to quantify behavioural syndromes in elusive wildlife. Animal Behaviour, 147, 91-104. DOI. (Article publié).
  • +Renaud LA, Vellend M, Pelletier F. (2019). Du réchauffement aux conséquences écologiques : s’adapter, migrer ou disparaître [in French]. Le Climatoscope, 1(1), 31-35. (Article publié).
  • +Gow EA, Knight SM, Bradley DW, Clark RG, Bélisle M, Blake T, Winkler DW, Bridge ES, Burke L, Dawson RD, Dunn P, Garant D, Holroyd G, Horn A, Lansdorp O, Laughlin AJ, Leonard M, Pelletier F, Shutler D, Siefferman LM, Taylor CM, Trefry H, Vleck C, Vleck D, Berzins L, Whittingham LA, Norris R. (2019). Effects of spring migration distance on tree swallow reproductive success within and among flyways. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 7, (Article publié).
  • Poirier MA, Coltman DW, Pelletier F, Jorgenson J, Festa-Bianchet M. (2019). Genetic decline, restoration and rescue of an isolated ungulate population. Evolutionary applications, 00, 1-11. (Article publié).
  • +Leclerc M, Zedrosser A, Swenson JE, Pelletier F. (2019). Hunters select for behavioral traits in a large carnivore. Scientific Reports, 9, (Article publié).
  • Leclerc M, Zedrosser A, Swenson JE, Pelletier F. (2019). Individual behavior can modulate vulnerability to hunting in a large carnivore. Scientific Advances, (Article soumis).
  • Rioux E*, Pelletier F, St-Laurent MH. (2019). Influence of lipids on stable isotope ratios in mammal hair: Highlighting the importance of validation. Ecosphere, 5(e02723), (Article publié).
  • +Festa-Bianchet M, Côté SD, Hamel S, Pelletier, F. (2019). Long-term studies of bighorn sheep and mountaingoats reveal fitness costs of reproduction. Journal of Animal Ecology, 88(8), 1118-1133. (Article publié).
  • +Douhard M*, Festa-Bianchet M, Hamel S, Nussey DH, Côté SD, Pemberton JM, Pelletier F. (2019). Maternal longevity and offspring sex in wild ungulates. Proc. Roy. Soc. Lond., 286(1896), (Article publié).
  • Knight S, Gow E, Bradley D, Clark R, Bélisle M, Berzins L, Blake T, Bridge E, Burke L, Dawson R, Dunn P, Garant D, Holroyd G, Hussell D, Lansdorp O, Laughlin A, Leonard M, Pelletier F, Shutler D, Siefferman L, Taylor C, Trefry H, Vleck C, Vleck D, Whittingham L, Winkler D, Ryan Norris D. (2019). Nonbreeding season movements of a migratory songbird are related to declines in resource availability. Auk, 136(3), (Article publié).
  • +Gossieaux P, Leclerc M*, Van de Walle J*, Poisson Y*, Toni P, Landes J*, Bourret A, Garant D, Pelletier F, Bélisle M. (2019). Offspring mass variation in tree swallows: a case of bet-hedging?. Ecosphere, 10(3), e02607. (Article publié).
  • +Renaud* LA, Pigeon P, Festa-Bianchet M, Pelletier F. (2019). Phenotypic plasticity in bighorn sheep reproductive phenology: from individual to population. Behav Ecol Sociobiol, 73(50), (Article publié).
  • Van de Walle J, Leclerc M, Steyaert SMJG, Zedrosser A, Swenson JE, Pelletier F. (2019). Proximity to humans is associated with longer maternal care in brown bears. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 73(12), (Article publié).
  • Pelletier, F. (2019). Testing evolutionary predictions in wild mice. Science, 363(6426), 452-453. (Article publié).
  • Poisson Y*, Festa-Bianchet M, Pelletier F. (2019). Testing the importance of harvest refuges for phenotypic rescue of trophy-hunted populations. Journal of Applied Ecology, (Article publié).
  • +Douhard M*, Festa-Bianchet M, Landes J*, Pelletier F. (2019). Trophy hunting mediates sex-specific associations between early-life environmental conditions and adult mortality in bighorn sheep. Journal of Animal Ecology, (Article publié).
  • +Engelhardt SC*, Bergeron P, Pelletier F, Dillon L, Gagnon A. (2019). Using Geographic Distance as a Potential Proxy for Help in the Assessment of the Grandmother Hypothesis. Current Biology, 29(4), 651-656. (Article publié).
  • Knight S et al. (2018). Constructing and evaluating a continent?wide migratory songbird network across the annual cycle. Ecological Monographs, (Article publié).
  • +Pigeon G*, Festa-Bianchet M, Pelletier F. (2018). Direct and indirect effects of early-life environment on lifetime fitness of bighorn ewes. Proceeding of the Royal Society, 285(20171935), (Article publié).
  • +Douhard M*, Guillemette S*, Festa-Bianchet M, Pelletier F. (2018). Drivers and demographic consequences of seasonal mass changes in an alpine ungulate. Ecology, 99(3), 724-734. (Article publié).
  • +Palkovacs E P, Moritsch M M, Contolini G M, Pelletier F. (2018). Ecology of harvest-driven trait change and implications for ecosystem management. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment., 16(1), 20-28. (Article publié).
  • Garant D, Bourret A, Schmitt C*, Turcotte A, Pelletier F, Bélisle, M. (2018). Effects of blood parasite infection and innate immune genetic diversity on mating patterns in a passerine bird breeding in contrasted habitats. PeerJ, 6(e6004), DOI. (Article publié).
  • Turcotte, A., Bélisle, M., Pelletier, F. and Garant, D. (2018). Environmental determinants of haemosporidian parasite prevalence in a declining population of Tree swallows. Parasitology, 145(7), 961-970. (Article publié).
  • Pelletier F, Turgeon G*, Bourret A, Garant D, St-Laurent, MH. (2018). Genetic structure and effective size of an endangered population of woodland caribou. Conservation Genetics, DOI. (Article publié).
  • +Van de Walle J*, Pigeon G*, Zedrosser A, Swenson JE, Pelletier F. (2018). Hunting regulation favors slow life histories in a large carnivore. Nature Communications, 9(1100), (Article publié).
  • Tardy O*, Massé A, Pelletier F, Fortin D. (2018). Interplay between contactrisk, conspecific density, and landscape connectivity: An individual-basedmodeling framework. Ecological Modelling, 373, 25-38. (Article publié).
  • Turgeon G*, Kutz S J, Lejeune M, St-Laurent M-H, Pelletier F. (2018). Parasite prevalence, infection intensity and richness in an endangered population, the Atlantic-Gaspésie caribou. International Journal for Parasitology., 7(1), 90-94. (Article publié).
  • +Hamel, S, Gaillard, J-M, Douhard, M*, Festa-Bianchet, M, Pelletier, F, Yoccoz, N G. (2018). Quantifying individual heterogeneity and its influence on life-history trajectories: Different methods for different questions and contexts. Oikos, 10.1111/oik.04725, (Article publié).
  • +Frank S C, Leclerc M*, Pelletier F, Rosell F, Swenson J E, Bischof R, Kindberg J, Eiken H G, Hagen S B, Zedrosser A. (2018). Sociodemographic factors modulate the spatial response of brown bears to vacancies created by hunting. Journal of Animal Ecology, 87(1), 247-258. (Article publié).
  • Bellavance V, Bélisle M, Savage J, Pelletier F, Garant D. (2018). Tachycineta bicolorInfluence of agricultural intensification on prey availability and nestling diet in Tree Swallows (). Canadian Journal of Zoology, (Article publié).
  • +Pelletier F, Coltman D W. (2018). Will human influences on evolutionary dynamics in the wild pervade the Anthropocene?. BMC Biology, 16(7), (Article publié).
  • +Schmitt C*, Garant D, Bélisle M, Pelletier F. (2017). Agricultural intensification is linked to constitutive innate immune function in a wild bird population. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology, 90(2), 201-209. (Article publié).
  • +Hogg J T, Dunn S J, Poissant J, Pelletier F, Byers J A. (2017). Capital versus income-dependent optimal birth date in two North American ungulates. Ecosphere, 8(4), e01766. (Article publié).
  • +Pelletier F, Pigeon G*, Bergeron P, Mayer F M, Boisvert M, Réale D, Milot E. (2017). Eco-evolutionary dynamics in a contemporary human population. Nature Communications, 8, 15947. (Article publié).
  • +Douhard M*, Pigeon G*, Festa-Bianchet M, Coltman D W, Guillemette S*, Pelletier F. (2017). Environmental and evolutionary effects on horn growth of male bighorn sheep. Oikos, 126(7), 1031-1041. (Article publié).
  • +Bourret A, Bélisle M, Pelletier F, Garant D. (2017). Evolutionary potential of morphological traits across different life-history stages. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 30(3), 616-626. (Article publié).
  • +Pigeon G*, Ezard T H G, Festa-Bianchet M, Coltman D W, Pelletier F. (2017). Fluctuating effects of genetic and plastic changes in body mass on population dynamics in a large herbivore. Ecology, 98(9), 2456-2467. (Article publié).
  • +Leclerc M*, Zedrosser A, Pelletier F. (2017). Harvesting as a potential selective pressure on behavioural traits. Journal of Applied Ecology, (Article publié).
  • +Schindler S, Festa-Bianchet M, Hogg J T, Pelletier F. (2017). Hunting, age structure, and horn size distribution in bighorn sheep. Journal of Wildlife Management, 81(5), 792-799. (Article publié).
  • +Gosselin J*, Leclerc M*, Zedrosser A, Steyaert S M J G, Swenson J E, Pelletier F. (2017). Hunting promotes sexual conflict in brown bears. Journal of Animal Ecology, 86(1), 35-42. (Article publié).
  • +Leclerc M*, Frank S C, Zedrosser A, Swenson J E, Pelletier F. (2017). Hunting promotes spatial reorganization and sexually selected infanticide. Scientific reports, 7, 45222. (Article publié).
  • +Frank S C, Ordiz A, Gosselin J*, Hertel A, Kindberg J, Leclerc M*, Pelletier F, Steyaert S M J G, Stoen O-G, Van de Walle J*, Zedrosser A, Swenson J E. (2017). Indirect effects of bear hunting: a review from Scandinavia. Ursus, 28(2), 150-164. (Article publié).
  • +Pelletier F. (2017). It takes two to tango. Nature Ecology & Evolution, 1(0034), (Article publié).
  • +Schmitt C*, Garant D, Bélisle M, Pelletier F. (2017). Linking innate immunogenetic variation with phenotypic traits in a wild population of tree swallows, Tachycineta bicolor. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 121(3), 685-697. (Article publié).
  • +Pigeon G*, Festa-Bianchet M, Pelletier F. (2017). Long-term fitness consequences of early environment in a long-lived ungulate. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 284(20170222), (Article publié).
  • +Schmitt C*, Garant D, Doyon K*, Bousquet N, Gaudreau L, Bélisle M, Pelletier F. (2017). Patterns of diversity and spatial variability of b-defensin innate immune genes in a declining wild population of tree swallows. Journal of Heredity, 108(3), 262-269. (Article publié).
  • +Festa-Bianchet M, Douhard M*, Gaillard J-M, Pelletier F. (2017). Successes and challenges of long-term field studies in marked ungulates. Journal of Mammalogy, 98(3), 612-620. (Article publié).
  • +Janeiro M J, Coltman D W, Festa-Bianchet M, Pelletier F, Morrissey M B. (2017). Towards robust evolutionary inference with integral projection models. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 30(2), 270-288. (Article publié).
  • +Van Wijk S*, Bélisle M, Garant D, Pelletier F. (2016). A reliable technique to quantify the individual variability of iridescence in birds. Journal of Avian Biology, 47(2), 227-234. (Article publié).
  • +Leclerc M*, Van de Walle J*, Zedrosser A, Swenson J E, Pelletier F. (2016). Can hunting data be used to estimate unbiased population parameters? A case study on brown bears. Biology Letters, 12, 20160197. (Article publié).
  • +Douhard M*, Festa-Bianchet M, Pelletier F, Gaillard J-M, Bonenfant C. (2016). Changes in horn size of Stone's sheep over four decades correlate with trophy hunting pressure. Ecological Applications, 26, 309-321. (Article publié).
  • +Hamel S, Gaillard J-M, Yoccoz N G, Albon S, Côté S D, Craine J M, Festa-Bianchet M, Garel M, Lee P, Moss C, Nussey D H, Pelletier F, Stien A, Tveraa T. (2016). Cohort variation in individual body mass dissipates with age in large herbivores. Ecological Monographs, 86(4), 517-543. (Article publié).
  • +Martin A M*, Festa-Bianchet M, Coltman D W, Pelletier F. (2016). Demographic drivers of age-dependent sexual selection. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 29(7), 1437-1446. (Article publié).
  • +Vander Wal E*, Gagné-Delorme A*, Festa-Bianchet M, Pelletier F. (2016). Dyadic associations and individual sociality in bighorn ewes. Behavioral Ecology, 27(2), 560-566. (Article publié).
  • +Steyaert S M J G, Leclerc M*, Pelletier F, Kindberg J, Brunberg S, Swenson J E, Zedrosser A. (2016). Human shields mediate sexual conflict in a top predator. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 283, 20160906. (Article publié).
  • +Pigeon G*, Festa-Bianchet M, Coltman D W, Pelletier F. (2016). Intense selective hunting leads to artificial evolution in horn size. Evolutionary Applications, 9(4), 521-530. (Article publié).
  • +Douhard M*, Festa-Bianchet M, Pelletier F. (2016). Maternal condition and previous reproduction interact to affect offspring sex in a wild mammal. Biology Letters, 12, 20160510. (Article publié).
  • +Douhard M*, Festa-Bianchet M, Coltman D W, Pelletier F. (2016). Paternal reproductive success drives sex allocation in a wild mammal. Evolution, 70(2), 358-368. (Article publié).
  • +Leclerc M*, Vander Wal E*, Zedrosser A, Swenson J E, Kindberg J, Pelletier F. (2016). Quantifying consistent individual differences in habitat selection. Oecologia, 180(3), 697-705. (Article publié).
  • Mills J A et al. (2016). Solutions for archiving data in long-term studies - a reply to Whitlock et al. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 31(2), 85-87. (Article publié).
  • +Pellerin S, Rioux Paquette S*, Pelletier F, Garant D, Bélisle M. (2016). Tachycineta bicolorThe trade-off between clutch size and egg mass in tree swallows () is modulated by female body mass. Journal of Avian Biology, 47(4), 500-507. (Article publié).
  • +Van Wijk S*, Bourret A, Bélisle M, Garant D, Pelletier F. (2016). The influence of iridescent coloration directionality on male tree swallows' reproductive success at different breeding densities. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 70(9), 1557-1569. (Article publié).
  • Mills J A et al. (63 others). (2015). Archiving primary data: solutions for long-term studies. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 30(10), 581-589. (Article publié).
  • Turgeon G*, Vander Wal E*, Massé M, Pelletier F. (2015). Born to be wild? Response of an urban exploiter to human-modified environment and fluctuating weather conditions. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 93(4), 315-322. (Article publié).
  • +Martin A M*, Coltman D W, Festa-Bianchet, M, Pelletier F. (2015). Comparing measures of mating inequality and opportunity for selection with sexual selection on a quantitative character in bighorn rams. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 28(1), 223-230. (Article publié).
  • +Careau V*, Montiglio P-O, Garant D, Pelletier F, Speakman J R, Humphries M M, Réale D. (2015). Energy expenditure and personality in wild chipmunks. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 69(4), 653-661. (Article publié).
  • +Montiglio P-O, Garant D, Pelletier F, Réale D. (2015). Intra individual variability in fecal cortisol metabolites varies with lifetime exploration and reproductive life history in eastern chipmunks (Tamias striatus). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 69(1), 1-11. (Article publié).
  • Haroune L, Cassoulet R, Lafontaine M P, Bélisle M, Garant D, Pelletier F, Cabana H, Bellenger J-P. (2015). Liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry determination for multiclass pesticides from insect samples by Microwave-assisted solvent extraction followed by a salt-out effect and micro-dispersion purification. Analytica Chimica Acta, 891, 160-170. (Article publié).
  • +Bourret A, Belisle M, Pelletier F, Garant D. (2015). Multidimensional environmental influences on timing of breeding in a tree swallow population facing climate change. Evolutionary Applications, 8(10), 933-944. (Article publié).
  • +Festa-Bianchet M, Schindler S, Pelletier F. (2015). Record books do not capture population trends in horn length of bighorn sheep. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 39(4), 746-750. (Article publié).
  • Tardy O*, Massé A, Pelletier F, Fortin D. (2015). Resampling method for applying density-dependent habitat selection theory to wildlife surveys. Plos One, 10(6), e0128238. (Article publié).
  • +Vander Wal E*, Festa-Bianchet M, Réale D, Coltman D W, Pelletier F. (2015). Sex-based differences in the effect of social landscape on fitness components. Ecology, 96(32), 631-664. (Article publié).
  • +Millet A*, Pelletier F, Bélisle M, Garant D. (2015). Tachycineta bicolorPatterns of fluctuating selection on morphological and reproductive traits in female Tree swallow (). Evolutionary Biology, 42(3), 349-358. (Article publié).
  • +Gosselin J*, Zedrosser A, Swenson J E, Pelletier F. (2015). The relative importance of direct and indirect effects of hunting mortality on the population dynamics of brown bears. Proceeding of the Royal Society London B, 282(1798), 20141840. (Article publié).
  • +Vander Wal, E*, Garant D, Calmé S, Chapman C, Festa-Bianchet M, Millien V, Rioux Paquette S*, Pelletier F. (2014). Applying Evolutionary Concepts to Wildlife Disease Ecology and Management. Evolutionary Applications, 7(7), 858-68. (Article publié).
  • +Pelletier F, Festa-Bianchet M, Jorgenson, J T, Feder C, Hubbs A. (2014). Can phenotypic rescue from harvest refuges buffer wild sheep from selective hunting?. Ecology and Evolution, 4(17), 3375-3382. (Article publié).
  • +Festa-Bianchet M, Pelletier F, Jorgenson J, Feder C, Hubbs A. (2014). Decrease in horn size and increase in age of trophy sheep in Alberta over 37 years. Journal of Wildlife Management, 78(1), 133-141. (Article publié).
  • Tardy O*, Massé A, Pelletier F, Mainguy J, Fortin D. (2014). Density-dependent functional responses in habitat selection by two hosts of the raccoon rabies variant. Ecosphere, 5(10), 132. (Article publié).
  • +Vander Wal E*, Garant D, Pelletier F. (2014). Evolutionary Perspectives on Wildlife Disease: Concepts and Applications. Evolutionary Applications, 7(7), 715-722. (Article publié).
  • +Lessard A, Bourret A, Pelletier F, Bélisle M, Garant D. (2014). Individual and environmental determinants of reproductive success in male Tree swallow (Tachycineta bicolor). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 68(5), 733-742. (Article publié).
  • +Bergeron P*, Millot E, Mayer F M, Boisvert M, Réale D, Pelletier F. (2014). Irradiance, Survival and Longevity in a Pre-industrial Human Population. Human Ecology, (4), 645-650. (Article publié).
  • Rioux Paquette S*, Talbot B*, Garant D, Mainguy J, Pelletier F. (2014). Modelling the dispersal of the two main hosts of the raccoon rabies variant in heterogeneous environments with landscape genetics. Evolutionary Applications, 7(7), 734-749. (Article publié).
  • +Hedrick P W, Coltman D W, Festa-Bianchet M, Pelletier F. (2014). Not surprisingly, no inheritance of a trait results in no evolution. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 11(45), E4810. (Article publié).
  • +Rioux Paquette S*, Pelletier F, Garant D, Bélisle M. (2014). Severe recent decrease of adult body mass in a declining insectivorous bird population is not related to breeding habitat quality. Proceeding of the Royal Society of London B, 281(1786), 20140649. (Article publié).
  • +Martin A M*, Festa-Bianchet M, Coltman D W, Pelletier F. (2014). Sexually antagonistic association between paternal phenotype and offspring viability reinforces total selection on a sexually selected trait. Biology Letters, 10(2), 20140043. (Article publié).
  • +Bergeron P*, Martin A M*, Garant D, Pelletier F. (2013). Comment on “Bateman in Nature: Predation on Offspring Reduces the Potential for Sexual Selection”. Science, 340(6132), 549. (Article publié).
  • Robert K*, Garant D, Vander Wal E*, Pelletier F. (2013). Context-dependant social behaviour: testing the interplay between season and kinship with raccoons. Journal of Zoology, 290(3), 199-207. (Article publié).
  • +Marcil-Ferland D*, Festa-Bianchet M, Martin A*, Pelletier F. (2013). Despite catch-up, prolonged growth has detrimental fitness consequences in a long lived vertebrate. The American Naturalist, 182(6), 775-785. (Article publié).
  • +Zedrosser A, Pelletier F, Bischof R, Festa-Bianchet M, Swenson J E. (2013). Determinants of lifetime reproduction in female brown bears: early body mass, longevity, and hunting regulations. Ecology. Ecology, 94(1), 231–240. (Article publié).
  • +Pigeon G*, Bélisle M, Garant D, Cohen A, Pelletier F. (2013). Ecological immunology in a fluctuating environment: an integrative analysis of tree swallow nestling immune defence. Ecology and Evolution, 3(4), 1091-1103. (Article publié).
  • +Pigeon G*, Baeta R, Bélisle M, Garant D, Pelletier F. (2013). Effects of agricultural intensification and temperature on immune response to phytohemagglutinin in tree swallows (Tachycineta bicolor). Canadian Journal of Zoology, 91(2), 55-63. (Article publié).
  • Talbot B*, Garant D, Rioux Paquette S*, Mainguy J, Pelletier F. (2013). Genetic structure and diversity among rabid and nonrabid raccoons. Ecoscience, 20(4), 1-7. (Article publié).
  • +Milot E, Pelletier F. (2013). Human evolution: New playgrounds for natural selection. Current Biology, 23(10), R446-R448. (Article publié).
  • +Martin A M*, Presseault-Gauvin H, Festa-Bianchet M, Pelletier F. (2013). Male mating competitiveness and age-dependent relationship between testosterone and social rank in bighorn sheep. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 67(6), 919-928. (Article publié).
  • +Rioux Paquette S*, Garant D, Pelletier F, Belisle M. (2013). Seasonal patterns in tree swallow prey (Diptera) abundance are affected by agricultural intensification. Ecological Applications, 23(1), 122–133. (Article publié).
  • Pelletier F, Coulson T. (2012). A new metric to calculate the opportunity for selection quantitative characters. Evolutionary Ecology Research, 14, 729-742. (Article publié).
  • Robert K, Garant D, Pelletier F. (2012). Chemical immobilization of raccoons (Procyon lotor) with ketamine-medetomidine mixture and reversal with Atipamezole. Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 48(1), 122-130. (Article publié).
  • +Careau V*, Réale D, Garant D, Pelletier F, Speakman, J R, Humphries, M M. (2012). Context-dependent correlation between resting metabolic rate and daily energy expenditure in wild chipmunks. The Journal of Experimental Biology, 216, 418-426. (Article publié).
  • +Pelletier F, Festa-Bianchet M, Jorgenson, J T. (2012). Data from selective harvests underestimate temporal trends in quantitative traits. Biology Letters, 8, 878-881. (Article publié).
  • +Vander Wal E*, Garant D, Festa-Bianchet M, Pelletier F. (2012). Evolutionary rescue in vertebrates: evidence, applications, and uncertainty. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 368(1610), 20120090. (Article publié).
  • Côté H*, Garant D, Robert K, Mainguy J, Pelletier F. (2012). Genetic structure and rabies spread potential in raccoons: the role of landscape barriers and sex-biased dispersal. Evolutionary Applications, 5(4), 393-404. (Article publié).
  • Robert K*, Garant D, Pelletier F. (2012). Keep In Touch: Does Spatial Overlap Correlate with Contact Rate Frequency?. Journal of Wildlife Management, 76(8), 1670–1675. (Article publié).
  • Talbot B*, Garant D, Rioux Paquette S*, Mainguy J, Pelletier F. (2012). Lack of Genetic Structure and Female-specific Effect of Dispersal Barriers in a Rabies Vector, the Striped Skunk (Mephitis mephitis). Plos One, 7(11), e49736. (Article publié).
  • +Gonzalez O, Zedrosser A, Pelletier F, Swenson, J E, Festa-Bianchet M. (2012). Litter reductions reveal a trade-off between offspring size and number in brown bears. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 66(7), 1025-1032. (Article publié).
  • +Montiglio P O, Pelletier F, Palme R, Garant, D, Réale D, Boonstra R. (2012). Non-invasive monitoring of fecal cortisol metabolites in the eastern chipmunk (Tamias striatus): validation and comparison of two enzyme immunoassays. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology, 85(2), 183-193. (Article publié).
  • +Montiglio P O, Garant D, Pelletier F, Réale, D. (2012). Personality differences are related to long term stress reactivity in wild eastern chipmunks (Tamias striatus). Animal Behaviour, 84(4), 1071–1079. (Article publié).
  • Pelletier F, Moyes K, Clutton-Brock T, Coulson T. (2011). Decomposing variation in population growth into contributions from environment and phenotypes in an age-structured population. Proceeding of the Royal Society London B, 279, 394-401. (Article publié).
  • +Milot E, Mayer M F, Nussey D H, Boisvert, M, Pelletier F, Réale D. (2011). Evidence for evolution in response to natural selection in a contemporary human population. PNAS, 108(41), 17040-17045. (Article publié).
  • +Careau V*, Thomas D, Pelletier F, Turki L, Landry F, Garant D, Réale D. (2011). Genetic correlation between resting metabolic rate and exploratory behaviour in deer mice (Peromyscus maniculatus). Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 24(10), 2153–2163. (Article publié).
  • +Bergeron P, Baeta R, Pelletier F, Réale D, Garant D. (2011). Individual quality: tautology or biological reality?. Journal of Animal Ecology, 80(2), 361-364. (Article publié).
  • +Martin J G A, Pelletier F. (2011). Measuring growth patterns in the field: effects of sampling regime and methods on standardized estimates. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 89(6), 529-537. (Article publié).
  • Charrette M R, Calmé S, Pelletier F. (2011). Observation of Nocturnal Feeding in Black Vultures (Coragyps atratus). Journal of Raptor Research, 45(3), 279-280. (Article publié).
  • Boyer J P*, Canac-Marquis P, Guérin D, Mainguy J, Pelletier F. (2011). Oral rabies vaccination against raccoon rabies: landscape heterogeneity and timing of distribution influence wildlife contact rates with the ONRAB® vaccine bait. Journal of Wildlife Disease, 47(3), 593-602. (Article publié).
  • +Bourbeau-Lemieux A*, Festa-Bianchet M, Gaillard J-M, Pelletier F. (2011). Predator-driven components Allee effect in a wild ungulate. Ecology Letters, 14(4), 358-363. (Article publié).
  • DiFonzo M, Pelletier F, Clutton-Brock T, Pemberton J, Coulson T. (2011). The population growth consequences of variation in individual heterozygosity. Plos One, 6(5), e19667. (Article publié).
  • Ezard T, Bullock J, Dalgleish H, Millon A, Pelletier F, Ozgul A, Koons D. (2010). Matrix models for a changeable world: the importance of transient dynamics in population management. Journal of Applied Ecology, 47(3), 215-223. (Article publié).
  • Moquin P, Curry B, Pelletier F, Ruckstuhl K E. (2010). Plasticity in the rumination behaviour of bighorn sheep: Contrasting strategies between the sexes? Animal Behaviour. Animal Behaviour, 79(5), 1047-1053. (Article publié).
  • Bonenfant C, Pelletier F, Garel M, Bergeron P. (2009). Age-dependent relationship between horn growth and survival in wild sheep. Journal of Animal Ecology, 78(1), 161-171. (Article publié).
  • Pelletier F, Garant D, Hendry A P. (2009). Eco-evolutionary dynamics: an introduction. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B, 364(1523), 1491-1498. (Article publié).
  • Ezard T H, Côté S D, Pelletier F. (2009). Eco-evolutionary dynamics: disentangling phenotypic, environmental and population fluctuations. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B, 364(1523), 1483-1489. (Article publié).
  • Bailey J K, Hendry A P, Kinnison M T, Post D M, Palkovacs E P, Pelletier F, Harmon L J, Schweitzer J A. (2009). From genes to ecosystems: an emerging synthesis of eco-evolutionary dynamics. New Phytologist, 184, 746-749. (Article publié).
  • Pelletier F, Mainguy J, Côté S D. (2009). Rut-induced hypophagia in male bighorn sheep and mountain goats: foraging under time budget constraints. Ethology, 115(2), 141-151. (Article publié).
  • Pelletier F, Réale D, Watters J, Boakes E H, Garant D. (2009). Value of captive populations for quantitative genetics research. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 24(5), 263-270. (Article publié).

Numéros de revue

  • +Vander Wal E*, Pelletier F, Garant D. (2014). Evolutionary perspectives on wildlife disease: concepts and applications. Evolutionary Applications, 7(7), 153 p. (Article publié).
  • F. Pelletier, D. Garant and A. Hendry. (2009). Eco-evolutionary dynamics. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B, 364, (Article publié).

Chapitres de livre

  • Tomasek O, Cohen AA, Fenollosa E, Mencuccini M, Munné-Bosch S, Pelletier F. (2021). Biochemical and Physiological Data Collection. Demographic Methods across the Tree of Life (chapter 2). Oxford University Press. (Article sous presse).
  • +Pigeon G*, Pelletier F. (2018). Eco-evolutionary dynamics. Encyclopedia of Ecology (2nd edition, unknown). Elsevier. (Article publié).
  • +Pelletier F, Garant D. (2012). Part III; Chapter 12 : Potential population consequences of individual variation in behaviour. Behavioural responses to a changing world (159-174). Oxford University Press. (Article publié).
  • Bernatchez L., G. Bœuf, C. Chevillon, H. Frérot, D. Garant, F. Pelletier et al. (2010). Chapitre 18. Évolution induite par les activités anthropiques. Biologie Évolutive (De Boeck, 699-748). Thomas F., T. Lefevre and M. Raymond. (Article publié).

Articles de journaux

  • Festa-Bianchet M, Côté S, Drapeau P, Hamel S, Imbeau L, Pelletier F, Réale D, St-Laurent MH, Tremblay JP, Villard MA. (2020). Conservation du caribou forestier: un nouvel appel au ministre. La Presse.

Articles de magazine

  • Robert, Karine, Garant, Dany et Pelletier, Fanie. Suivi à long terme d’une population de ratons laveurs. Bulletin de Conservation 2011, Sépaq.. 29-31.

Rapports

  • Auzel P, Gaonac’h , Poisson F, Siron R, Calmé S, Belanger M, Bourassa M M, Kestrup A, Cuerrier A, Downing A, Lavallée C, Pelletier F, Chambers J*, Gagnon A E, Bedard M C, Gendreau Y, Gonzalez A, Mitchell M, Whiteley J, Larocque A. (2012). Impacts des changements climatiques sur la biodiversité du Québec : Résumé de la revue de littérature. Gouvernement du Québec. 29 p.
  • Festa-Bianchet M, Pelletier F. (2012). Trophy bighorn sheep harvest in Alberta, 1974-2009. Government of Alberta. 35 p.

Autres contributions

Cours enseignés

  • Initiation à l'écologie de terrain. ECL-116. (2011-09-01). Université de Sherbrooke. Canada.
  • Travaux pratiques d’écologie. ECL-307. (2009-08-10). Université de Sherbrooke. Canada.
  • Analyses avancées des données écologiques. ECL-750. Université de Sherbrooke. Canada. Niveau : Deuxième cycle. (2CR).
  • Écologie Comportementale. ECL-534. Université de Sherbrooke. Canada. Niveau : Premier cycle. (2CR).

Gestion d'évènements

  • Organizing committee member. (2021). SQEBC (Société Québécoise pour l’Étude Biologique du Comportement) 2020 annual meeting (postponed to 2021). (Conférence).
  • Section Leader. (2021). Section 200 (Science and Engineering) for the upcoming ACFAS (Association canadienne-française pour l’avancement des sciences) annual meeting. (Conférence).
  • Main organizer. (2020). Colloque virtuel de la Société québécoise pour l'étude biologique du comportement (SQEBC). (Conférence).
  • Main Organizer. (2011). Société québécoise pour l'étude biologique du comportement (SQEBC, 36th annual meeting, Title: Effets des changements anthropiques sur l'écologie comportementale). (Conférence).

Activités de collaboration internationale

  • Collaborator. (2015-2020). Norvège. Centre for Advanced Study: Climate effects on harvested large mammal populations.
  • Collaborator. (2010-2020). France. Groupement de recherche international: Dynamique de la biodiversité et traits d'histoire de vie.

Présentations

  • (2020). Lancement de la Semaine de la culture scientifique en compagnie d’une experte en biodiversité. Semaine de la culture scientifique du CRSNG (Facebook et Youtube). Canada.
  • (2020). Ripple effect of early-life conditions on life history of large vertebrates. 7th Annual Meeting of the Evolutionary Demography Society (EvoDemo7). Norvège.
  • (2019). Données historiques et effet ‘grand-mère’ dans les populations québécoises. Société de Généalogie et d’Histoire de Rimouski. Rimouski, Canada.
  • (2019). Hunting regulation and the dynamic of selection in large mammals. 2019 Congress of the European Society for Evolutionary Biology (ESEB). Finlande.
  • (2019). Management, hunting and indirect effects of predators. Guest Lecturer, Michigan Technological University. États-Unis.
  • (2019). Population consequences of phenotypic changes: an eco-evolutionary perspective. Michigan Technological University. États-Unis.
  • (2019). Quantifying eco-evolutionary dynamics: hunting regulation, population dynamics and selection in large terrestrial mammals. Pêches et Océans Canada (Institut Maurice Lamontagne). Mont-Joli, Canada.
  • (2019). Régulation de la chasse et dynamique de la sélection chez les grands mammifères. Département de biologie, chimie et géographie, Université du Québec à Rimouski (UQAR). Rimouski, Canada.
  • (2018). Population consequences of phenotypic changes: an eco-evolutionary perspective. Norwegian University of Science and Technology. Norvège.
  • (2017). Eco-evolutionary dynamics : even in humans. Evolution 2017. Portland, États-Unis.
  • (2017). Eco-evolutionary dynamics in a contemporary human population. Colloque du PRDH (Programme de recherche en démographie historique). Montréal, Canada.
  • (2017). Intérêt de la démographie évolutive pour l’étude des populations humaines. Conférence scientifique du Centre de Recherche sur le Vieillissement. Sherbrooke, Canada.
  • (2016). Conséquences individuelles et populationnelles des changements en phénotypes – une perspective éco-évolutive. Université Laval, Québec. Canada.
  • (2015). Using proximity loggers to study social behaviour of wild animals. Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution (CSEE/SCEE). Saskatoon, Canada.
  • (2014). Comportement social, différences individuelles et dynamique de population. 39th annual meeting of the Société québécoise pour l’étude biologique du comportement (SQEBC). Montreal, Canada.
  • (2014). The influence of phenotypic trait dynamics on population processes. Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution (CSEE/SCEE). Montréal, Canada.
  • (2013). Démographie évolutive chez des populations d’animaux sauvages. Biology Symposium, 4th edition. Québec, Canada.
  • (2012). Evolutionary demography of wild animal populations. Guest speaker; Norwegian University of Life Sciences. Ås, Norvège.
  • (2012). Population growth and fluctuating opportunities for selection on phenotypic characters. Workshop on Evolutionary Demography. Rostock, Allemagne.
  • (2011). Long-term monitoring of large mammals: a synergism of evolutionary and population ecology informs wildlife management and the conservation of biodiversity. Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution (CSEE/SCEE) 6th annual meeting. Banff, Canada.
  • (2010). Effets Allee et prédation par le couguar. Guest speaker; Université du Québec à Rimouski. Rimouski, Canada.
  • (2009). Allee effect and cougar predation in a bighorn sheep population. Séminaire invité; Norwegian University of Life Sciences. Ås, Norvège.
  • (2009). Démographie évolutive et conservation des populations sauvages. Séminaire invité; Université du Québec à Montréal. Montréal, Canada.
  • (2009). Eco-evolutionary dynamics of animal populations. CSEE 4th annual meeting. Halifax, Canada.
  • (2009). Eco-evolutionary dynamics of large vertebrate populations’. Séminaire invité; Department of Biology, University of Maine. Orono, États-Unis.
  • (2009). Phenotypic and environmental drivers of large mammal population dynamics. Ecological Society of America, Albuquerque. Albuquerque, États-Unis.
  • (2008). Eco-evolutionary dynamics of large vertebrate populations. Séminaire invité; Department of Biology, McGill University. Montréal, Canada.
  • (2008). Eco-evolutionary dynamics of vertebrate populations in a human-altered world. British Ecological Society, Imperial College London. London, Royaume-Uni.
  • (2008). Eco- evolutionary feedbacks and hunting of wild populations. Séminaire invitél; Institute of Zoology, Cambridge University. London, Royaume-Uni.
  • (2008). Sexual selection, harvesting and eco-evolutionary feedbacks of wild populations. Séminaire invité; Centre for Ecological and Evolutionary Synthesis (CEES), Department of Biology, University of Oslo. Oslo, Norvège.

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