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BUISSON Laëtitia

Email : laetitia.buissonSPAMFILTER@univ-tlse3.fr

Téléphone / phone: 05 61 55 89 12

Bureau / office : 217

Institution : UPS

Statut / status: Enseignant chercheur

Adresse professionnelle / address:

EcoLab (UMR5245 CNRS-UPS-INPT)
Université Paul Sabatier
Bâtiment 4R1
118 route de Narbonne
31062 Toulouse cedex 9

Site perso / personal website :

Associate Professor, Université Paul Sabatier (University of Toulouse, France)

Researcher at the laboratory Functional Ecology and Environment (Ecolab, UMR 5245 CNRS-UPS-INPT)

Education

- 2009: PhD in aquatic ecology supervised by Gaël Grenouillet in the laboratory Evolution and Biological Diversity (CNRS-UPS)

Thesis title:Potential impacts of climate change on the distribution of freshwater fishes in French streams and uncertainty of projections

- 2006: Master degree in Ecology, Biodiversity and Evolution in AgroParisTech (post-graduate engineering school for agricultural and life sciences), France (Paris)

- 2006: Degree of “engineer” in agronomy at AgroParisTech, France (Paris)

Professional experience

- 2010-present: Associate Professor, Université Paul Sabatier (University of Toulouse)

- 2009-2010: Temporary Research and Teaching Assistant (ATER) in the laboratory Evolution and Biological Diversity (CNRS-UPS)

- 2006-2009: Temporary Teaching Assistant, Université Paul Sabatier

My research focuses on the assessment of potential impacts of global changes on aquatic biodiversity and ecosystem functioning. I am particularly interested in the consequences of climate change and anthropogenic activities (e.g. hydro-electricity) on stream fish and semi-aquatic mammals, and the development of methods to design efficient conservation measures for these organisms.

Student supervision

- Hashradah Ramburn, PhD student at the University of Toulouse (started in March 2016)

Functional role of waterbodies to restore highly disturbed aquatic ecosystems

Co-supervised with Pascal Laffaille (Ecolab, INPT)

- Marjorie Biffi, PhD student at the University of Toulouse (started in October 2014)

Influence of biotic interactions on habitat use and diet of the Pyrenean desman (Galemys pyrenaicus)

- Charbonnel Anaïs, PhD student at the University of Toulouse (defended on June 4th 2015)

Multi-scale influence of environmental factors in the spatial distribution of the Pyrenean desman (Galemys pyrenaicus) in France

Co-supervised with Frank D’Amico (University of Pau and Pays de l’Adour) & Pascal Laffaille (Ecolab, INPT).

- Maire Anthony, PhD student at the University of Toulouse (defended on November 20th 2014)

Identification of priority areas for the conservation of stream fish assemblages

Co-supervised with Pascal Laffaille (Ecolab, INPT)

Main/Recent publications

Journals

- Maire A., Laffaille P., Maire J.-F. & Buisson L. 2017. Identification of priority areas for the conservation of stream fish assemblages: implications for river management in France. River Research and Applications.

- Charbonnel A., Laffaille P., Biffi M., Blanc F., Maire A., Némoz M., Sanchez-Perez J., Sauvage S. & Buisson L. 2016. Can recent global changes explain the dramatic range contraction of an endangered semi-aquatic mammal species in the French Pyrenees? Plos One (published July 28th 2016).

- Chambord S., Maris T., Colas F., Van Engeland T., Sossou A-C., Azémar F., Le Coz M., Cox T., Buisson L., Souissi S., Meire P. & Tackx M. 2016. Mesozooplankton affinities in freshwater reaches of the Scheldt estuary. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 177: 47-59.

- Biffi M., Charbonnel A., Buisson L., Blanc F., Némoz M. & Laffaille P. 2016. Spatial differences across the French Pyrenees in the use of local habitat by the endangered semi-aquatic Pyrenean desman (Galemys pyrenaicus). Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems.

- Maire A., Buisson L., Canal C., Rigault B., Boucault J. & Laffaille P. 2015. Hindcasting modelling for restoration and conservation planning: application to stream fish assemblages. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 25(6): 839-854.

- Canal. J., Laffaille P., Gilbert F., Lauzeral C. & Buisson L. 2015. Influence of temperature on surface sediment disturbance by freshwater fish: a microcosm experiment. Annales de Limnologie - International Journal of Limnology, 51(2): 179-188.

- Charbonnel A., Buisson L., Biffi M., D’Amico F., Besnard A., Aulagnier S., Blanc F., Gilet F., Lacaze V., Michaux J.R., Némoz M., Pagé C., Sanchez-Perez J.M., Sauvage S. & Laffaille P. 2015. Integrating hydrological features and genetically validated occurrence data in occupancy modeling of an endemic and endangered semi-aquatic mammal, Galemys pyrenaicus, in a Pyrenean catchment. Biological Conservation, 184: 182-192.

- Charbonnel A., D’Amico F., Besnard A., Blanc F., Buisson L., Némoz M. & Laffaille P. 2014. Spatial replicates as a relevant alternative to temporal replicates for occupancy modeling of semi-aquatic mammals along rivers. Journal of Applied Ecology, 51(5): 1425-1433.

- Lootvoet A., Blanchet S., Gevrey M., Buisson L., Tudesque L. & Loot G. 2013. Patterns and processes of alternative host use in a generalist parasite: insights from a natural host–parasite interaction. Functional Ecology, 27(6): 1403-1414.

- Maire A., Buisson L., Biau S., Canal J. & Laffaille P. 2013. A multi-faceted framework of diversity for prioritizing the conservation of fish assemblages. Ecological Indicators, 34: 450-459.

- De Nadaï-Monoury E., Lecerf A., Canal J., Buisson L., Laffaille P. & Gilbert F. 2013. A cost-effective method to quantify biological surface sediment reworking in streams. Hydrobiologia, 713(1): 115-125.

- Comte L., Buisson L., Daufresne M. & Grenouillet G. 2013. Climate-induced changes in freshwater fish distribution: observed and predicted trends. Freshwater Biology, 58(4): 625-639.

- Buisson L., Grenouillet G., Villéger S., Canal J. & Laffaille P. 2013. Toward a loss of functional diversity in stream fish assemblages under climate change. Global Change Biology, 19(2): 387-400.

- Grenouillet G., Buisson L., Casajus N. & Lek S. 2011. Ensemble modelling of species distribution: the effects of geographical and environmental ranges. Ecography, 34(1): 9-17.

- Buisson L., Thuiller W., Casajus N., Lek S. & Grenouillet G. 2010. Uncertainty in ensemble forecasting of species distribution. Global Change Biology, 16(4): 1145-1157.

- Buisson L. 2009. Potential impacts of climate change on the distribution of freshwater fishes in French streams and uncertainty of projections. Frontiers of Biogeography, 1(2): 52-56.

- Buisson L. & Grenouillet G. 2009. Contrasted impacts of climate change on stream fish assemblages along an environmental gradient. Diversity and Distributions, 15(4): 613-626.

- Buisson L., Thuiller W., Lek S., Lim P. & Grenouillet G. 2008. Climate change hastens the turnover of stream fish assemblages. Global Change Biology, 14(10): 2232-2248.

- Buisson L., Blanc L. & Grenouillet G. 2008. Modelling stream fish species distribution in a river network: the relative effects of temperature versus physical factors. Ecology of Freshwater Fish, 17(2): 244-257.

- Bøe K.E., Andersen I.L., Buisson L., Simensen E. & Jeksrud W.K. 2007. Flooring preferences in dairy goats at moderate and low ambient temperature. Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 108(1-2): 45-57.

Book chapters

- Fournier-Chambrillon C., Ceña J.-C., Urra-Maya F., van de Bildt M., Ferreras M. Carmen, Giralda-Carrera G., Kuiken T., Buisson L., Palomares F. & Fournier P. A 9-year demographic and health survey of an European mink population in Navarre (Spain): role of the canine distemper virus. Dans: Small Carnivores in Space and Time : Evolution, Ecology, Behaviour and Conservation. In press.

- Perceval O., Poulet N., Séon-Massin N., Buisson L., Daufresne M., Delattre C., Gerdeaux D., Grenouillet G. & Tissot L. 2014. Décrire l’évolution des peuplements de poissons à l’heure du changement climatique. Dans : Impact du changement climatique sur les poissons d’eau douce, Baptist F., Poulet N. & Seon-Massin N. (eds). Collection Comprendre pour agir, ONEMA.

- Guillon M., Poulet N., Seon-Massin N., Fahrner G., Gamboa B., Buisson L., Grenouillet G., Comte L., Lassalle G., Logez M.,  Piou C., Prévost E., Pont D., Rochard E, Rougier T. & Souchon Y. 2014. Anticiper l’impact du changement climatique sur les peuplements de poissons : apports de la modélisation. Dans : Impact du changement climatique sur les poissons d’eau douce, Baptist F., Poulet N. & Seon-Massin N. (eds). Collection Comprendre pour agir, ONEMA.

- Hering D., Haidekker A., Schmidt-Kloiber A., Barker T., Buisson L., Graf W., Grenouillet G., Lorenz A., Sandin L. & Stendera S. 2010. Monitoring the Responses of Freshwater Ecosystems to Climate Change. In: Climate Change impacts on Freshwater Ecosystems, Kernan M., Battarbee R.W. & Moss B.R. (eds). Wiley-Blackwell, 328 pages.

- Buisson L., Grenouillet G., Casajus N. & Lek S. 2010. Predicting the potential impacts of climate change on stream fish assemblages. In: Community ecology of stream fishes: concepts, approaches and techniques, Gido K.B. & Jackson D.A. (eds). American Fisheries Society, Symposium 73, Bethesda, Maryland, 684 pages.

- Buisson L., Grenouillet G. & Lek S. 2010. Poissons des rivières françaises et changements climatiques. In: Changements climatiques et biodiversité, Barbault R. & Foucault A. (eds). Vuibert, Paris, 288 pages.

In progress

Extream (2012-2017)

Exotic invaders in Swedish streams: evaluation of their ecological and economic effects

Coordinated by Brendan McKie (Department of Aquatic Sciences & Assessment, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden)

Funded by the Swedish Research Council FORMAS and a travel grant from INPT

Connect'ZH (2015-2018)

Which wetlands should we connect to improve the functioning of freshwater fish communities in areas altered by human activities?

Coordinated by Pascal Laffaille (INPT-ENSAT) and Julien Boucault (FD62)

Funded by the Nord Pas de Calais region and Agence de l’Eau Artois-Picardie

Ended

Desman des Pyrénées (2010-2015) 

Influence multi-échelle des facteurs environnementaux dans la répartition du Desman des Pyrénées (Galemys pyrenaicus) en France 

This project is part of the French conservation Action Plan for the Pyrenean desman supervised by the DREAL MP (Direction Régionale pour l'Environnement, l'Aménagement et le Logement de Midi-Pyrénées) and coordinated by the CEN MP (Conservatoire d'Espaces Naturels de Midi-Pyrénées).

Funded by ANRT (Cifre n° 2011/1018), EDF (Electricité de France) and European Union (FEDER)

Régulation thermique (2012-2015)

Régulation du régime thermique des cours d'eau dans les corridors rivulaires du bassin de la Loire et sensibilité de la faune piscicole dans un contexte de changement climatique

Coordinated by Florentina Moatar-Bertrand (University of Tours)

Funded by the «Etablissement Public Loire», the «Agence de l’Eau Loire-Bretagne» and European Union (FEDER)

 

Adapt’Eau (2011-2015)

Adaptation aux variations des régimes hydrologiques (crues-étiages) dans l’environnement fluvio-estuarien de la Garonne-Gironde. Potentialités, mise à l’épreuve et gouvernance d’options d’adaptation 

Coordinated by Denis Salles (Irstea, Bordeaux)

Funded by ANR CEPS (ANR-11-CEPL-008) and Midi-Pyrénées and Aquitaine regions

Lecture, theoretical exercises and practical courses to graduate and undergraduate students at the University of Toulouse (200 hours each year)

→ Statistics applied to biology and ecology (using R): Licence 2, Master 1, Master 2

→ Animal biology (fish systematic): Licence 3

→ Aquatic ecology: Master 2

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