Christophe Guinet
Christophe Guinet
Directeur de Recherche, CNRS
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The importance of oceanographic fronts to marine birds and mammals of the southern oceans
CA Bost, C Cotté, F Bailleul, Y Cherel, JB Charrassin, C Guinet, DG Ainley, ...
Journal of Marine systems 78 (3), 363-376, 2009
Variations in behavior and condition of a Southern Ocean top predator in relation to in situ oceanographic conditions
M Biuw, L Boehme, C Guinet, M Hindell, D Costa, JB Charrassin, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (34), 13705-13710, 2007
Trends in bird and seal populations as indicators of a system shift in the Southern Ocean
H Weimerskirch, P Inchausti, C Guinet, C Barbraud
Antarctic Science 15 (2), 249-256, 2003
Stable isotopes document seasonal changes in trophic niches and winter foraging individual specialization in diving predators from the Southern Ocean
Y Cherel, KA Hobson, C Guinet, C Vanpe
Journal of Animal Ecology 76 (4), 826-836, 2007
Scale‐dependent interactions of Mediterranean whales with marine dynamics
C Cotté, F d'Ovidio, A Chaigneau, M Lévy, I Taupier-Letage, B Mate, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 56 (1), 219-232, 2011
Spatial distribution of foraging in female Antarctic fur seals Arctocephalus gazella in relation to oceanographic variables: a scale-dependent approach using geographic …
C Guinet, L Dubroca, MA Lea, S Goldsworthy, Y Cherel, G Duhamel, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 219, 251-264, 2001
Development of intentional stranding hunting techniques in killer whale (Orcinus orca) calves at Crozet Archipelago
C Guinet, J Bouvier
Canadian Journal of Zoology 73 (1), 27-33, 1995
Stable isotopes reveal the trophic position and mesopelagic fish diet of female southern elephant seals breeding on the Kerguelen Islands
Y Cherel, S Ducatez, C Fontaine, P Richard, C Guinet
Marine Ecology Progress Series 370, 239-247, 2008
Southern Ocean frontal structure and sea-ice formation rates revealed by elephant seals
JB Charrassin, M Hindell, SR Rintoul, F Roquet, S Sokolov, M Biuw, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (33), 11634-11639, 2008
Foraging habitat and food intake of satellite-tracked king penguins during the austral summer at Crozet Archipelago
CA Bost, JY Georges, C Guinet, Y Cherel, K Pütz, JB Charrassin, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 150, 21-33, 1997
Geostatistical modelling of spatial distribution of Balaenoptera physalus in the Northwestern Mediterranean Sea from sparse count data and heterogeneous observation efforts
P Monestiez, L Dubroca, E Bonnin, JP Durbec, C Guinet
Ecological Modelling 193 (3-4), 615-628, 2006
Whisker isotopic signature depicts migration patterns and multi-year intra-and inter-individual foraging strategies in fur seals
Y Cherel, L Kernaléguen, P Richard, C Guinet
Biology letters 5 (6), 830-832, 2009
Age‐specific survival and reproductive performances in fur seals: Evidence of senescence and individual quality
G Beauplet, C Barbraud, W Dabin, C Küssener, C Guinet
Oikos 112 (2), 430-441, 2006
Intentional stranding apprenticeship and social play in killer whales (Orcinus orca)
C Guinet
Canadian Journal of Zoology 69 (11), 2712-2716, 1991
Tracking of marine predators to protect Southern Ocean ecosystems
MA Hindell, RR Reisinger, Y Ropert-Coudert, LA Hückstädt, PN Trathan, ...
Nature 580 (7801), 87-92, 2020
Large-scale climatic anomalies affect marine predator foraging behaviour and demography
CA Bost, C Cotté, P Terray, C Barbraud, C Bon, K Delord, O Gimenez, ...
Nature communications 6 (1), 8220, 2015
Maternal care in the subantarctic fur seals on Amsterdam Island
JY Georges, C Guinet
Ecology 81 (2), 295-308, 2000
Consumption of marine resources by seabirds and seals in Crozet and Kerguelen waters: changes in relation to consumer biomass 1962–85
C Guinet, Y Cherel, V Ridoux, P Jouventin
Antarctic Science 8 (1), 23-30, 1996
Movements of foraging king penguins through marine mesoscale eddies
C Cotté, YH Park, C Guinet, CA Bost
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 274 (1624), 2385-2391, 2007
Prey capture attempts can be detected in Steller sea lions and other marine predators using accelerometers
M Viviant, AW Trites, DAS Rosen, P Monestiez, C Guinet
Polar biology 33, 713-719, 2010
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