Maud Pierre

Maud Pierre
French National Institute for Agriculture, Food, and Environment (INRAE) | INRAE · Department AQUA

Master of Science

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Publications (15)
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From experimentations in optimal conditions, we identified the main features of embryogenesis of allis shad Alosa alosa. We propose to use this outcome as endpoints to evaluate the impact of stressors on A. alosa embryogenesis in future studies. Eggs are spherical in shape, transparent and non‐adhesive. Mass hatching occurs between 120 and 144 hpf...
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We developed the HoOS simulator (Hasty or Omniscient Shads) to assess how upstream migration and reproductive timings influence allis shad Alosa alosa (Linnaeus, 1758) temperature-dependent survival of early-life stages. We tested the influence of two reproductive timings depending on whether spawners can synchronize their spawning activity (i.e.,...
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Connectivity between spawning grounds and recruitment areas of marine fish species drives population structure and dynamics, and may be affected by climate-induced changes in oceanographic processes. We analysed the variability in recruitment success of larvae to estuarine nursery areas along the Iberian Atlantic coast of four fish species with dis...
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The ecology of the young stages of allis shad Alosa alosa is poorly documented, although they can be exposed to many pressures during their freshwater phase and their downstream migration. When passing through systems such as the Gironde-Garonne-Dordogne watershed (GGD, SW France), they can be subjected to high temperatures and low levels of oxygen...
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Le projet de recherche AquaVIT vise à accompagner l’évolution des modalités de gestion des grands lacs aquitains, confrontés à des enjeux environnementaux liés à la colonisation par les plantes aquatiques invasives. Ces plantes exotiques à caractère envahissant peuvent occuper une place importante au sein des écosystèmes lacustres et, par la même o...
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The European sturgeon, Acipenser sturio, is a highly endangered species that almost disappeared in the last decades. Thanks to yearly restocking of the population, this species is still found in the Gironde estuary (France), where juveniles grow during several years before leaving to the ocean. The aims of this study were to evaluate the pressure e...
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The use of genetic information is crucial in conservation programs for the establishment of breeding plans and for the evaluation of restocking success. Short tandem repeats (STRs) have been the most widely used molecular markers in such programs, but next‐generation sequencing approaches have prompted the transition to genome‐wide markers such as...
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Understanding whether recruitment fluctuations in fish stock arise from stochastic forcing (e.g. environmental variations) rather than deterministic forces (e.g. intrinsic dynamics) is a long standing question with important applied consequences for fisheries ecology. In particular, the relationship between recruitment, spawning stock biomass and e...
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Since decades, Global Change pressured directly and indirectly the structure and function of ecosystems. Abrupt changes of the biodiversity have already been observed in response to linear or sudden modifications of the environment. These abrupt shifts can cause lasting reorganization of ecosystems, with communities showing new functional responses...
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In the Water Framework Directive (European Union) context, a multimetric fish based index is required to assess the ecological status of French estuarine water bodies. A first indicator called ELFI was developed, however similarly to most indicators, the method to combine the core metrics was rather subjective and this indicator does not provide un...
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Aiming at increasing the resolution of otolith tracers, we investigated the possibility to use Mn, Co, Zn, Rb, Cd, Sn, Ba, Sr, and Pb otolith composition to retrieve the movements of eels (Anguilla anguilla) in the lower Gironde watershed. Caging experiments were designed to validate the site specific otolith signatures. Individually identified eel...

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