Marc Bélisle » Autres publications

Autres publications

Articles soumis

Baeta, R., Bélisle, M., & Garant, D. Determinants of sex allocation vary with breeding season quality in tree swallows. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B.

Charrette, Y., Rousseu, F., Mazerolle, M. J., & Bélisle, M.Tracking hummingbird foraging movements and patch use in the wild with passive integrated transponders. Auk.

Gagnon, F., Ibarzabal, J., Savard, J.-P. L., Vaillancourt, P. Bélisle, M., & Francis, C. Weather effects on autumn nocturnal migration of passerines on opposite shores of the St. Lawrence Estuary. Auk.

Articles

Desrochers, A., Bélisle, M., Morand-Ferron, J. & Bourque, J. sous presse. Integrating GIS and homing experiments to measure avian movement costs in landscapes. Landscape Ecology.

Béchet, A., Giroux, J.-F., Gauthier, G. & Bélisle, M. 2010. Why roost at the same place: exploring short-term fidelity in staging Snow Geese. Condor 112: 294-303.

Gagnon, F., Bélisle, M., Ibarzabal, J., Vaillancourt, P. & Savard, J-P. L. 2010. Comparison between nocturnal aural passerine counts and radar reflectivity from a Canadian weather surveillance radar. Auk 127: 119-128.

Berthiaume, E., Bélisle, M., & Savard, J.-P. 2009.Incorporating detectability into analyses of population trends based on hawk counts: A double-observer approach. Condor 111: 43-58.

Rioux, S., Bélisle, M., & Giroux, J.-F. 2009. Agricultural landscape structure influences male density and spacing patterns in a northern Wild Turkey population. Auk 126: 673-683.

Bélisle, M., Desrochers, A., Gobeil, J.-F. & Villard, M.-A. 2007. Are boreal Ovenbirds (Seiurus aurocapilla) more prone to move across inhospitable landscapes than their temperate counterparts? Avian Conservation and Ecology 2. http://www.ace-eco.org/vol2/iss2/art1/

Poulin, M., Bélisle, M., & Cabeza, M. 2006. Within-site habitat configuration in reserve design: a case study with a peatland bird. Biological Conservation 128: 55-66.

Desrochers, A., Bélisle, M., & Bourque, J. 2002. Do mobbing calls affect the perception of predation risk by forest birds? Animal Behaviour 64: 709-714.

Bélisle, M., & Desrochers, A. 2002. Gap-crossing decisions by forest birds: an empirical basis for parameterizing spatially-explicit, individual-based models. Landscape Ecology 17: 219-231.

Bélisle, M., & St. Clair, C. 2001. Cumulative effects of barriers on the movements of forest birds. Conservation Ecology 5: http://www.consecol.org/vol5/iss2/art9.

Bélisle, M., Desrochers, A., & Fortin, M.-J. 2001. Influence of forest cover on the movements of forest birds: a homing experiment. Ecology 82: 1893-1904.

Desrochers, A., Hannon, S., Bélisle, M., & St. Clair, C. 1999. Movement of songbirds in fragmented forests: Can we “scale up” from behaviour to explain occupancy patterns in the landscape. Pages 2447-2464 Dans N. Adams, & R. Slotow. Éditeurs. Acta XXII Congressus Internationalis Ornithologici. University of Natal, Durban, South Africa.

St. Clair, C., Bélisle, M., Desrochers, A., & Hannon, S. 1998. Winter responses of forest birds to habitat corridors and gaps. Conservation Ecology 2: http://www.consecol.org/vol2/iss2/art13.

Bélisle, M. 1998. Foraging group size: models and a test with jaegers kleptoparasitizing terns. Ecology 79: 1922-1938.

Beauchamp, G., Bélisle, M., & Giraldeau, L.-A. 1997. Influence of conspecific attraction on the spatial distribution of learning foragers in a patchy habitat. Journal of Animal Ecology 66: 671-682.

Bélisle, M., & Giroux, J.-F. 1995. Predation and kleptoparasitism by migrating Parasitic Jaegers. Condor 97: 771-781.

Chapitres de livres

Desrochers, A. & Bélisle, M. 2007. Edge, patch and landscape effects on chickadee movements. Pages 243-261 Dans Advances in evolution and behaviour: Case studies in the New World paridae. Editeur: K. Otter. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK.

Desrochers, A., Otter, K. Bélisle, M., & Olson, J. 2007. Landscape ecology, behavior, and conservation issues. Pages 293-298 Dans Advances in evolution and behaviour: Case studies in the New World paridae. Editeur: K. Otter. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK.