Jason Peyre's research while affiliated with Université de Perpignan and other places

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The European eel, Anguilla anguilla, is an emblematic facultative catadromous species that spawns in the Sargasso Sea and grow in continental waters of Europe and North Africa. In most of its growing habitats its population has dropped since 1980. Although Mediterranean lagoons represent particularly important habitats for eel, knowledge of eel eco...
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Mediterranean lagoons are particularly important ecosystems for the European eel (Anguilla anguilla) population. Yet, the knowledge of eel ecology in lagoons is not as developed as it is in rivers and estuaries. Particularly, fisheries independent data describing silver eel escapement from the lagoons at a fine temporal scale are scarce. This lack...
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European eel, Anguilla anguilla, is an emblematic diadromous species which population has dropped since 1980. Although Mediterranean lagoons represent productive brackish ecosystems, particularly important for eel, knowledge of eel ecology in Mediterranean lagoons is not as developed as it is in rivers. Particularly, data on glass eels’ recruitment...
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Transitional ecosystems and, particularly, Mediterranean lagoons represent important habitats for the European eel (Anguilla anguilla) population. In these habitats many anthropogenic pressures can disturb eel movements and, in turn, negatively affect the population. Despite the importance of movements during the non-migrant growing stage in eels,...
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Despite the increasing use of acoustic cameras in fish ecology and fisheries studies, the quantification of biases associated with this method have received little attention. In this note, we used data collected from an ARIS acoustic camera, positioned in a channel linking a lagoon to the sea, to quantify differences in European eel (Anguilla angui...

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... Among the studies quoted, a few authors focused on the distinction of species of interest, such as anguilliform fish, from other species [12][13][14]. Indeed, an operator can easily distinguish the particular body shape and swimming undulation of anguilliform fish from those of most other fish species [15][16][17][18]. Besides, the conservation status of several of anguilliform migratory species, such as the European eel (Anguilla anguilla [19]), American eel (Anguilla rostrata [20]) and Japanese eel (Anguilla japonica [21]), all listed on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, make them species of high ecological interest. ...
... Among the studies quoted, a few authors focused on the distinction of species of interest, such as anguilliform fish, from other species [12][13][14]. Indeed, an operator can easily distinguish the particular body shape and swimming undulation of anguilliform fish from those of most other fish species [15][16][17][18]. Besides, the conservation status of several of anguilliform migratory species, such as the European eel (Anguilla anguilla [19]), American eel (Anguilla rostrata [20]) and Japanese eel (Anguilla japonica [21]), all listed on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, make them species of high ecological interest. ...