Matthieu Le Corre spends much of his time researching Ecology, Foraging, Seabird, Pelagic zone and Predation. His Critically endangered, Biodiversity, Endangered species, Mammal and Threatened species study are his primary interests in Ecology. His study in Seabird is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Range, Forage and Nest.
His Pelagic zone study contributes to a more complete understanding of Fishery. He combines subjects such as Productivity and Abundance with his study of Predation. His Tropicbird study incorporates themes from Trophic level, Sooty tern and Booby.
His main research concerns Ecology, Seabird, Fishery, Predation and Foraging. His Ecology research incorporates elements of Europa Island and Indian ocean. His Sooty tern study in the realm of Seabird interacts with subjects such as Context.
In the field of Fishery, his study on Pelagic zone, International waters and Fishing overlaps with subjects such as Yellowfin tuna. In his research, Black rat is intimately related to Introduced species, which falls under the overarching field of Predation. His Foraging study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Productivity, Biological dispersal, Frigatebird and Nest.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecology, Seabird, Petrel, Threatened species and Endangered species. His research integrates issues of Effective population size and Genetic diversity in his study of Ecology. His Seabird research entails a greater understanding of Predation.
The Petrel study combines topics in areas such as Procellariiformes and Fishery. Within one scientific family, Matthieu Le Corre focuses on topics pertaining to Conservation status under Threatened species, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Range, Subspecies, Genetic structure and Tropicbird. Matthieu Le Corre studied Endangered species and Pterodroma baraui that intersect with Marine pollution, Indicator species, Plastic pollution and Endemism.
His primary areas of investigation include Seabird, Ecology, Threatened species, Procellariiformes and Petrel. Matthieu Le Corre is interested in Fregata minor, which is a branch of Seabird. His Ecology research includes themes of Animal sexual behaviour and Influenza A virus.
The various areas that Matthieu Le Corre examines in his Threatened species study include Trophic level, Predation, Apex predator, Local extinction and Wildlife conservation. His Procellariiformes research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Conservation status, Habitat, IUCN Red List and Fishery. The concepts of his Petrel study are interwoven with issues in Endangered species and Anatidae.
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A global review of the impacts of invasive cats on island endangered vertebrates
Global Change Biology (2011)
Bioaccumulation of trace elements in pelagic fish from the Western Indian Ocean.
Environmental Pollution (2007)
Foraging strategy of a top predator in tropical waters: great frigatebirds in the Mozambique Channel
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2004)
Resource partitioning within a tropical seabird community: new information from stable isotopes
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2008)
Mercury content in commercial pelagic fish and its risk assessment in the Western Indian Ocean
Science of The Total Environment (2006)
Foraging strategy of a tropical seabird, the red- footed booby, in a dynamic marine environment
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2005)
Sex-specific foraging behaviour in a seabird with reversed sexual dimorphism: the red-footed booby
Tracking seabirds to identify potential Marine Protected Areas in the tropical western Indian Ocean
Biological Conservation (2012)
Seabird mortality induced by land-based artificial lights
Conservation Biology (2017)
Sex-specific foraging strategies throughout the breeding season in a tropical, sexually monomorphic small petrel
Animal Behaviour (2012)
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