Marine Gonse

Marine Gonse
Institut Français de Recherche pour l'Exploitation de la Mer | Ifremer · Laboratory of Fisheries Technology and Biology (LTBH)

PhD

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14 Research Items
87 Citations
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Additional affiliations
February 2020 - present
Simon Fraser University
Position
  • PostDoc Position
Description
  • I am developing a real time forecasting system to predict the locations and trajectories of Southern Resident Killer Whales (SRKW) of the Salish Sea.
October 2016 - January 2019
Agrocampus Ouest
Position
  • PhD Student
Description
  • I combined different kind of tracers (otolith microchemistry, otolith shape, genetics, growth and abundances) to assess the population structure and connectivity of a flatfish stock.
Education
September 2015 - August 2016
Agrocampus Ouest
Field of study
  • Fisheries Sciences
September 2014 - August 2015
Université de Rennes 1
Field of study
  • Ecology and statistics

Publications

Publications (14)
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Monitoring technologies now provide real‐time animal location information which opens the possibility of forecasting systems to fuse these data with movement models to predict future trajectories. State space modelling approaches are well established for retrospective location estimation and behavioural inference through state and parameter estimat...
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No PDF available ABSTRACT Current efforts to acoustically study and monitor killer whales in British Columbia (BC), including the endangered population of Southern Resident killer whales (SRKW), are hampered by the lack of sufficiently accurate sound detection and classification algorithms. Recently, several research groups have reported significan...
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No PDF available ABSTRACT In recent years, deep neural networks have been successfully applied to solve a range of detection and classification tasks in underwater acoustics, outperforming existing methods. However, deep learning models are “data hungry” requiring large amounts of accurately labelled acoustic samples to train. Moreover, a certain a...
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No PDF available ABSTRACT Shipping traffic continues to grow in the Salish Sea with considerable marine industrial developments planned for the region. With this comes an increase in the risk of cetaceans being disturbed, harassed, and potentially colliding with commercially operating vessels. One key conservation concern is these waters coincide w...
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The otolith, found in both inner ears of bony fish, has mainly been used to estimate fish age. Another application that has been developing significantly in recent years, however, is the use of otolith shape as a tool for stock identification. Often, studies have directly used the shape asymmetry between the right and left otoliths. We tested the m...
Poster
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Monitoring technologies now provide real-time animal location information which opens the possibility of forecasting systems to fuse these data with movement models to predict future animal trajectories. State space modelling approaches are well established for retrospective location estimation and behavioral inference through state and parameter e...
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The sustainable exploitation of sea resources is based on the understanding of population distribution, structure and functioning. The mismatch between stock units and fish populations can dramatically bias the assessment and lead to irrelevant or even detrimental management measures. The common sole of the Eastern English Channel (EEC; ICES divisi...
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Marine organisms show population structure at a relatively fine spatial scale, even in open habitats. The tools commonly used to assess subtle patterns of connectivity have diverse levels of resolution and can complement each other to inform on population structure. We assessed and compared the discriminatory power of genetic markers and otolith sh...
Thesis
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The common sole (Solea solea) is a nursery-dependent flatfish that has been overexploited in the Eastern English Channel stock (division VIId). An explanation of such decline could be the misalignment between the management unit (stock) and the biological unit (population). This thesis aimed at assessing the spatial structure of the Eastern English...
Thesis
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The common sole (Solea solea) is a nursery-dependent flatfish that has been overexploited in the Eastern English Channel stock (division VIId). An explanation of such decline could be the misalignment between the management unit (stock) and the biological unit (population). This thesis aimed at assessing the spatial structure of the Eastern English...
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An accurate representation of the spatial structure of marine fish populations is a prerequisite for unbiased stock assessment, to build appropriate management measures. The common sole (Solea solea, L.) of the Eastern English Channel (EEC) is a commercial flatfish species, whose stock is currently assessed as a single homogeneous population and ha...
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research program SMAC (France Filiere Peche); research program SMAC (DPMA); research program SMAC (IFREMER); research program SMAC (Agrocampus Ouest); research program SMAC (region Hauts-de-France); research program SMAC (region Normandie)l
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Similar to many diadromous fish species, dramatic declines were observed for Allis shad, an anadromous Clupeidae, since the beginning of the 2000s. The knowledge of population and metapopulation dynamics is a key issue for the management of migratory species. Although homing behaviour is dominant in Allis shad, staying causes exchanges between popu...
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Coastal ecosystems, which provide numerous essential ecological functions for fish, are threatened by the proliferation of green macroalgae that significantly modify habitat conditions in intertidal areas. Understanding the influence of green tides on the nursery function of these ecosystems is essential to determine their potential effects on fish...

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