Marie Vaugoyeau

Marie Vaugoyeau
Université du Maine · Départements de Biologie et Géosciences

PhD in evolutionary and behavioral ecology

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Additional affiliations
October 2016 - August 2017
Université du Maine
Position
  • Temporary teacher
October 2015 - present
Université Paris-Sud 11
Position
  • Temporary teacher
October 2011 - September 2014
Sorbonne Université
Position
  • PhD Student

Publications

Publications (14)
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Urban sprawl is associated with deep and intense modifications of the natural habitats of wild vertebrates. Although many species are unable to cope with such an environment, a few species can be found in cities and can help us assessing the impact of urbanization on wildlife. Urban-related environmental modifications are multiple and some of them...
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Temperature variation affects all life stages of organisms, especially early development, and considering global warming, it is urgent to understand precisely its consequences. In egg-laying species, incubation behaviour can buffer embryo developmental temperature variation and influence offspring development. We experimentally investigated the eff...
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The increase in size of human populations in urban and agricultural areas has resulted in considerable habitat conversion globally. Such anthropogenic areas have specific environmental characteristics, which influence the physiology, life history, and population dynamics of plants and animals. For example, the date of bud burst is advanced in urban...
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Figure S1. Intensity of urbanisation according to (A) classification by scientists. Box plots show medians, quartiles, 5‐ and 95‐percentiles, and extreme values, and (B) CORINE land cover code (red = discontinuous urban, purple = industrial or commercial units, pink = green urban sites, brown = arable land and rice field, orange = agriculture lands...
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Figure S2. Distribution of study plots across Europe, North Africa and the Middle East.
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Table S1. Summary data for study plots. See Material and methods for definitions. Table S2. Correlation matrix of explanatory variables. Table S3. Mixed linear model investigating laying date in four passerines species (CF: Collared Flycatcher, GT: Great tit and PF: Pied Flycatcher) as a function of habitat characteristics (intensity of urbanisat...
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Figure S3. Box plots of latitude of study plots in four passerine birds in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East.
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The increase in size of human populations in urban and agricultural areas has resulted in considerable habitat conversion globally. Such anthropogenic areas have specific environmental characteristics, which influence the physiology, life history, and population dynamics of plants and animals. For example, the date of bud burst is advanced in urban...
Research
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In global changes context, the transformation of rural or natural area into urban area is well studied. At once cause and consequence of global changes, urbanization induces high selections pressures on populations and ecosystems. Factors such as habitat destruction, temperature, luminosity and soil permeability increase diminish biodiversity in to...
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In the context of sexual and natural selection, an allocation trade-off for carotenoid pigments may exist because of their obligate dietary origin and their role both in the antioxidant and immune systems and in the production of coloured signals in various taxa, particularly birds. When birds have expended large amounts of carotenoids to feather g...
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In global changes context, the transformation of rural or natural area into urban area is well studied. At once cause and consequence of global changes, urbanization induces high selections pressures on populations and ecosystems. Factors such as habitat destruction, temperature, luminosity and soil permeability increase diminish biodiversity in to...
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Enhanced thermal conditions have been credited as a driving force for the evolution of viviparity, particularly in squamate reptiles where it has independently evolved >100 times. However, maternal thermoregulation is a critical component of reproduction in oviparous squamates as well, where considerable embryonic development occurs prior to ovipos...

Projects

Projects (2)
Archived project
Mer Molécules Santé laboratory increases knowledge and valorization of marine coastal and estuarine ecosystems diversity.
Project
Identifying causes and consequences of nest design