Charles-André Bost spends much of his time researching Oceanography, Foraging, Ecology, Predation and Fishery. Charles-André Bost has included themes like Apex predator, Meteorology and Seabird in his Oceanography study. His study in the fields of Pygoscelis under the domain of Foraging overlaps with other disciplines such as Food intake and Context.
His study on Overfishing and Habitat destruction is often connected to Global Positioning System, Environmental pollution and Marine pollution as part of broader study in Ecology. His work in the fields of Predation, such as Prey capture, overlaps with other areas such as Water Movements. He works mostly in the field of Sea surface temperature, limiting it down to topics relating to Aptenodytes patagonicus and, in certain cases, Climate change, as a part of the same area of interest.
His primary areas of study are Foraging, Ecology, Predation, Oceanography and Seabird. The concepts of his Foraging study are interwoven with issues in Fishery, Pelagic zone and Apex predator. Ecology is often connected to Zoology in his work.
His Predation study incorporates themes from Marine conservation, Seasonal breeder and Ecosystem. In the subject of general Oceanography, his work in Polar front, Climate change, Water mass and Diel vertical migration is often linked to Deep diving, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His research integrates issues of Philopatry, Niche and Diving in his study of Seabird.
Charles-André Bost mainly focuses on Foraging, Fishery, Ecology, Predation and Habitat. His work on Aptenodytes patagonicus as part of general Foraging research is frequently linked to Subcutaneous fat, bridging the gap between disciplines. His research in Fishery focuses on subjects like Climate change, which are connected to Continental shelf, Fishing and Ecological significance.
Southern Hemisphere, Pygoscelis and Range are among the areas of Ecology where the researcher is concentrating his efforts. His work carried out in the field of Predation brings together such families of science as Diel vertical migration, Seasonal breeder, Ecosystem and Mesopelagic zone. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Habitat, Archipelago is strongly linked to Seabird.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecology, Pygoscelis, Ecosystem, Fishery and Predation. Charles-André Bost specializes in Ecology, namely Range. His Pygoscelis research integrates issues from Niche, Biodiversity, Biological dispersal and Ecological niche.
His work deals with themes such as Continental shelf, Environmental change, Ecological significance and Fishing, which intersect with Ecosystem. His Fishery study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sooty albatross and Protected area. His Predation research incorporates themes from Sea ice, Seasonal breeder and Foraging.
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The importance of oceanographic fronts to marine birds and mammals of the southern oceans
Charles-André Bost;Cédric Cotté;Frédéric Bailleul;Yves Cherel.
Journal of Marine Systems (2009)
Does prey capture induce area-restricted search? A fine-scale study using GPS in a marine predator, the wandering albatross.
Henri Weimerskirch;David Pinaud;Frédéric Pawlowski;Charles-André Bost.
The American Naturalist (2007)
Diel dive depth in penguins in relation to diel vertical migration of prey: whose dinner by candlelight?
FtP Wilson;K. Puetz;CA Bost;BM Culik.
Marine Ecology Progress Series (1993)
Remote-sensing systems and seabirds: their use, abuse and potential for measuring marine environmental variables
Rory P. Wilson;David Grémillet;Jon Syder;Mandy A. M. Kierspel.
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2002)
Buoyancy and maximal diving depth in penguins: do they control inhaling air volume?
Katsufumi Sato;Y. Naito;A. Kato;Y. Niizuma.
The Journal of Experimental Biology (2002)
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.
Marine Ecology Progress Series (1997)
Southern Ocean frontal structure and sea-ice formation rates revealed by elephant seals
J.-B. Charrassin;M. Hindell;S. R. Rintoul;F. Roquet.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2008)
Utilisation of the oceanic habitat by king penguins over the annual cycle
Jean-Benoît Charrassin;Charles-André Bost.
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2001)
Stroke frequency, but not swimming speed, is related to body size in free-ranging seabirds, pinnipeds and cetaceans
Katsufumi Sato;Yutaka Watanuki;Akinori Takahashi;Patrick J. O. Miller;Patrick J. O. Miller.
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2007)
Pollution, habitat loss, fishing, and climate change as critical threats to penguins.
Phil N. Trathan;Pablo García‐Borboroglu;Dee Boersma;Charles‐André Bost.
Conservation Biology (2015)
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