Louise Riotte-Lambert
Louise Riotte-Lambert
Centre de Recherche sur la Cognition Animale, CNRS, Toulouse
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Beyond the Utilization Distribution: Identifying home range areas that are intensively exploited or repeatedly visited
S Benhamou, L Riotte-Lambert
Ecological Modelling 227, 112-116, 2012
Do naive juvenile seabirds forage differently from adults?
L Riotte-Lambert, H Weimerskirch
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1768), 20131434, 2013
Environmental predictability as a cause and consequence of animal movement
L Riotte-Lambert, J Matthiopoulos
Trends in Ecology and Evolution 35 (2), 163-174, 2020
Lifetime foraging patterns of the wandering albatross: life on the move!
H Weimerskirch, Y Cherel, K Delord, A Jaeger, SC Patrick, ...
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 450, 68-78, 2014
How memory-based movement leads to nonterritorial spatial segregation
L Riotte-Lambert, S Benhamou, S Chamaillé-Jammes
The American Naturalist 185 (4), E103-E116, 2015
Periodicity analysis of movement recursions
L Riotte-Lambert, S Benhamou, S Chamaillé-Jammes
Journal of theoretical biology 317, 238-243, 2013
Drivers of site fidelity in ungulates
TA Morrison, JA Merkle, JGC Hopcraft, EO Aikens, JL Beck, RB Boone, ...
Journal of animal ecology 90 (4), 955-966, 2021
Assessing the risk for an obligate scavenger to be dependent on predictable feeding sources
J Fluhr, S Benhamou, L Riotte-Lambert, O Duriez
Biological Conservation 215, 92-98, 2017
Differential movement and movement bias models for marine protected areas
J Langebrake, L Riotte-Lambert, CW Osenberg, P De Leenheer
Journal of Mathematical Biology 64 (4), 667-696, 2012
Spatial memory shapes density dependence in population dynamics
L Riotte-Lambert, S Benhamou, C Bonenfant, S Chamaillé-Jammes
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1867), 2017
From randomness to traplining: a framework for the study of routine movement behavior
L Riotte-Lambert, S Benhamou, S Chamaillé-Jammes
Behavioral Ecology 28 (1), 280-287, 2017
Communal and efficient movement routines can develop spontaneously through public information use
L Riotte-Lambert, J Matthiopoulos
Behavioral Ecology 30 (2), 408-416, 2019
Habitat‐dependent movement rate can determine the efficacy of marine protected areas
J Jiao, SS Pilyugin, L Riotte‐Lambert, CW Osenberg
Ecology 99 (11), 2485-2495, 2018
Individual-level memory is sufficient to create spatial segregation among neighboring colonies of central-place foragers
G Aarts, E Mul, J Fieberg, S Brasseur, JA Gils, J Matthiopoulos, ...
The American Naturalist, 2021
Mobility and its sensitivity to fitness differences determine consumer–resource distributions
J Jiao, L Riotte-Lambert, MA Gil, S Pilyugin, CW Osenberg
Royal Society Open Science 7, 200247, 2020
Dispersers’ habitat detection and settling abilities modulate the effect of habitat amount on metapopulation resilience
L Riotte-Lambert, F Laroche
Landscape Ecology, 2021
Foraging efficiency in temporally predictable environments: is a long-term temporal memory really advantageous?
B Robira, S Benhamou, V Llaurens, S Masi, L Riotte-Lambert
Royal Society Open Science 8 (9), 210809, 2021
The disturbance of resident populations of field voles (Microtus agrestis) by immigrants
L Riotte-Lambert, A Rémy, HP Andreassen
Annales Zoologici Fennici 49 (1–2), 103-112, 2012
Within-colony segregation of foraging areas: from patterns to processes
J Morinay, L Riotte-Lambert, G Aarts, F De Pascalis, S Imperio, ...
EcoEvoRxiv, 2022
EISSN: 15375323
S Peischl, M Kirkpatrick, L Excoffier, MW Sears, MJ Angilletta Jr, ...
The American Naturalist 185 (4), 2015
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