COULON Aurélie

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  • CESCO & CEFE, MusĂ©um national d'Histoire naturelle, Paris, France
  • Dispersal & Migration, Landscape ecology, Population ecology, Preregistrations, Spatial ecology, Metacommunities & Metapopulations, Terrestrial ecology
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2006, PhD ecology, Toulouse (France), "landscape effects on roe deer dispersal" (analysis of GPS trajectories, landscape genetics) 2006-2008, post-doc, Cornell lab of Ornithology (USA), "landscape effects on gene flow in the Florida scrub jay" (landscape genetics) 2008-present, associate professor, Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, effects of the environment (esp. landscape) on animal movements (dispersal) and consequences on population structure (analysis of GPS trajectories, landscape genetics, use of spatially explicit individual-based models)

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2019-03-26
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Is behavioral flexibility manipulatable and, if so, does it improve flexibility and problem solving in a new context?
Corina Logan, Carolyn Rowney, Luisa Bergeron, Benjamin Seitz, Aaron Blaisdell, Zoe Johnson-Ulrich, Kelsey McCune
http://corinalogan.com/Preregistrations/g_flexmanip.html

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Can context changes improve behavioral flexibility? Towards a better understanding of species adaptability to environmental changes

Behavioral flexibility is a key for species adaptation to new environments. Predicting species responses to new contexts hence requires knowledge on the amount to and conditions in which behavior can be flexible. This is what Logan and collaborators propose to assess in a series of experiments on the great-tailed grackles, in a context of rapid range expansion. This pre-registration is integrated into this large research project and concerns more specifically the manipulability of the cognitive ...

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