Her main research concerns Ecology, Predation, National park, Water hole and Habitat. Her work on Ecology is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Population density. She has included themes like Zoology, Temporal scales, Ecosystem, Ambush predator and Spatial distribution in her Habitat study.
Her Herbivore study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Niche, Ecological niche, Proboscidea and Interspecific competition. Her work carried out in the field of Predator brings together such families of science as Animal ecology, Vigilance and Ecosystem engineer. Her Panthera research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Acinonyx jubatus, Acinonyx, Competition and Hyaena.
Her primary areas of study are Ecology, Predation, National park, Panthera and Herbivore. Marion Valeix integrates many fields in her works, including Ecology and Water hole. Her work deals with themes such as Plains zebra and Habitat, which intersect with Predation.
She studied National park and Wildlife that intersect with Livestock. Her work focuses on many connections between Panthera and other disciplines, such as Home range, that overlap with her field of interest in Species richness. Her research investigates the connection between Herbivore and topics such as Vigilance that intersect with issues in Animal ecology.
Her primary scientific interests are in Ecology, Predation, Panthera, Habitat and Apex predator. Her study in the field of Competition, National park, Herbivore and Ecosystem is also linked to topics like Water hole. Her studies deal with areas such as Ecosystem engineer and Interspecific competition as well as National park.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Dry season and Mammal. In general Predation study, her work on Predator often relates to the realm of Trait, thereby connecting several areas of interest. Marion Valeix is interested in Crocuta crocuta, which is a field of Panthera.
Marion Valeix spends much of her time researching Abundance, Ecology, Predation, Predator and Habitat. Her study in the field of Cursorial also crosses realms of Trait. Her Cursorial study incorporates themes from Climate change and Ecosystem.
Marion Valeix integrates many fields, such as Trait, Distribution, Sociality, Scale, Affect and Resource, in her works. Her Roe deer study often links to related topics such as Carnivore.
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Behavioral adjustments of African herbivores to predation risk by lions: Spatiotemporal variations influence habitat use
Marion Valeix;A.J. Loveridge;Simon Chamaillé-Jammes;Z. Davidson.
Managing heterogeneity in elephant distribution: interactions between elephant population density and surface‐water availability
Simon Chamaillé-Jammes;Marion Valeix;Hervé Fritz.
Journal of Applied Ecology (2007)
Behavioural adjustments of a large carnivore to access secondary prey in a human‐dominated landscape
Marion Valeix;Graham Hemson;Andrew J. Loveridge;Gus Mills.
Journal of Applied Ecology (2012)
Resource variability, aggregation and direct density dependence in an open context: the local regulation of an African elephant population
Simon Chamaillé‐Jammes;Hervé Fritz;Marion Valeix;Felix Murindagomo.
Journal of Animal Ecology (2008)
Does the risk of encountering lions influence African herbivore behaviour at waterholes
Marion Valeix;Marion Valeix;Hervé Fritz;Andrew J. Loveridge;Zeke Davidson.
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology (2009)
Interference competition and temporal niche shifts: elephants and herbivore communities at waterholes
Marion Valeix;Simon Chamaillé-Jammes;Simon Chamaillé-Jammes;Hervé Fritz;Hervé Fritz.
How key habitat features influence large terrestrial carnivore movements: waterholes and African lions in a semi-arid savanna of north-western Zimbabwe
Marion Valeix;Marion Valeix;Andrew J. Loveridge;Zeke Davidson;Hillary Madzikanda.
Landscape Ecology (2010)
Changes in home range size of African lions in relation to pride size and prey biomass in a semi-arid savanna
Andrew J. Loveridge;Marion Valeix;Zeke Davidson;Felix Murindagomo.
Risk avoidance in sympatric large carnivores: reactive or predictive?
Femke Broekhuis;Gabriele Cozzi;Marion Valeix;Marion Valeix;John W. McNutt.
Journal of Animal Ecology (2013)
Elephant-induced structural changes in the vegetation and habitat selection by large herbivores in an African savanna
Marion Valeix;Hervé Fritz;Rodolphe Sabatier;Felix Murindagomo.
Biological Conservation (2011)
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