Emmanuelle Cam
Emmanuelle Cam
University of Western Brittany
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Individual covariation in life-history traits: seeing the trees despite the forest
E Cam, WA Link, EG Cooch, JY Monnat, E Danchin
The American Naturalist 159 (1), 96-105, 2002
How life history influences population dynamics in fluctuating environments
BE Sćther, T Coulson, V Grřtan, S Engen, R Altwegg, KB Armitage, ...
The American Naturalist 182 (6), 743-759, 2013
Are adult nonbreeders prudent parents? The kittiwake model
E Cam, JE Hines, JY Monnat, JD Nichols, E Danchin
Ecology 79 (8), 2917-2930, 1998
Relative species richness and community completeness: birds and urbanization in the Mid‐Atlantic States
E Cam, JD Nichols, JR Sauer, JE Hines, CH Flather
Ecological Applications 10 (4), 1196-1210, 2000
Of BUGS and birds: Markov chain Monte Carlo for hierarchical modeling in wildlife research
WA Link, E Cam, JD Nichols, EG Cooch
The Journal of wildlife management, 277-291, 2002
Influence of food availability on demography and local population dynamics in a long-lived seabird
D Oro, E Cam, R Pradel, A Martínez-Abraín
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2004
Apparent inferiority of first‐time breeders in the kittiwake: the role of heterogeneity among age classes
E Cam, JY Monnat
Journal of Animal Ecology 69 (3), 380-394, 2000
Long‐term fitness consequences of early conditions in the kittiwake
E Cam, JY Monnat, JE Hines
Journal of Animal Ecology 72 (3), 411-424, 2003
Uncovering ecological state dynamics with hidden Markov models
BT McClintock, R Langrock, O Gimenez, E Cam, DL Borchers, R Glennie, ...
Ecology letters 23 (12), 1878-1903, 2020
Disentangling sampling and ecological explanations underlying species–area relationships
E Cam, JD Nichols, JE Hines, JR Sauer, R Alpizar-Jara, CH Flather
Ecology 83 (4), 1118-1130, 2002
Hierarchical modeling of an invasive spread: the Eurasian Collared‐Dove Streptopelia decaocto in the United States
F Bled, JA Royle, E Cam
Ecological Applications 21 (1), 290-302, 2011
Archiving primary data: solutions for long-term studies
JA Mills, C Teplitsky, B Arroyo, A Charmantier, PH Becker, TR Birkhead, ...
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 30 (10), 581-589, 2015
Assessment of hypotheses about dispersal in a long‐lived seabird using multistate capture–recapture models
E Cam, D Oro, R Pradel, J Jimenez
Journal of Animal Ecology 73 (4), 723-736, 2004
Individual heterogeneity and capture–recapture models: what, why and how?
O Gimenez, E Cam, JM Gaillard
Oikos 127 (5), 664-686, 2018
The risk of flawed inference in evolutionary studies when detectability is less than one
O Gimenez, A Viallefont, A Charmantier, R Pradel, E Cam, CR Brown, ...
The American Naturalist 172 (3), 441-448, 2008
Breeding performance, mate fidelity, and nest site fidelity in a long‐lived seabird: behaving against the current?
L C. Naves, J Yves Monnat, E Cam
Oikos 115 (2), 263-276, 2006
Can non-breeding be a cost of breeding dispersal?
E Danchin, E Cam
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 51, 153-163, 2002
On the estimation of species richness based on the accumulation of previously unrecorded species
E Cam, JD Nichols, JR Sauer, JE Hines
Ecography 25 (1), 102-108, 2002
Consequences of recruitment decisions and heterogeneity on age‐specific breeding success in a long‐lived seabird
LM Aubry, DN Koons, JY Monnat, E Cam
Ecology 90 (9), 2491-2502, 2009
The conundrum of heterogeneities in life history studies
E Cam, LM Aubry, M Authier
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 31 (11), 872-886, 2016
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