Dr. Deborah Pardo - Profile
Pardo D., Barbraud C. Authier M. and Weimerskirch H. (2013). Evidence for an age-dependent influence of environmental variations on a long-lived seabird’s life-history traits. Ecology, 94(1), 208–220.
Pardo D., Weimerskirch H. and Barbraud C. (2013). When celibacy matters: improved performance of demographic estimates when accounting for non-breeders. PLos One, 8(3), 1-6.
Pardo D., Barbraud C. and Weimerskirch H. Evolution of life-history trade-offs with ageing: a multi-trait approach in the Wandering Albatross. In press in Ecology & Evolution.
Pardo D., Barbraud C. and Weimerskirch H. Females better face aging. Oecologia 173, 1283–1294.
Pardo D., Jenouvrier S., Barbraud C. and Weimerskirch H. Ageing and extreme climatic events, an albatross’ perspective via two methodological approaches. In preparation.
Péron G., Gaillard J-M., Charmantier A., Barbraud C., Coulson T., Aubry L., Bonenfant C., Cam E., Choquet R. Grobois V., Loison A., Owen-Smith N., Pardo D., Plard F., Pradel R., Toïgo C., Viallefont A. and Gimenez O. How does senescence vary with life history when individual heterogeneity in survival is accounted for? In revision. Collaboration with the French “Comparative evolutionary ecology group”.
Chambert T., Pardo D., Choquet R., Staszewski V., McCoy K. D., Tveraa T., and Boulinier T. (2012). Heterogeneity in detection probability along the breeding season in Black-legged Kittiwakes: implications for sampling design. Journal of Ornithology, 152 (Suppl. 2), 371-380.
Tixier P., Gasco N., Duhamel G., Pardo D., Guinet C. Demographic consequences of interactions with illegal fisheries on vulnerable killer whale populations. In preparation.
Pardo D., Forcada J., Wood A., Tuck G., Ireland L., Pradel R. and Phillips R. Comparative albatross demography and response to climate and fisheries pressures. 12th International Seabird Group Conference, 21-23 March 2014, Oxford, United-Kingdom.
Pardo D., Barbraud C. and Weimerskirch H. How do life-history trade-offs change while ageing?
A multi-state decomposition in the wandering albatross. 1st meeting of the Evolutionary Demography Society, 6-10 October 2013, Odense, Denmark. Travel award.
Pardo D., Barbraud C. and Weimerskirch H. Maturation and senescence of life-history traits: evidence of an age-dependant influence of environmental variations. 11th International Seabird Group Conference, 2-4 September 2011, Plymouth University, United-Kingdom. Best student talk award.
Pardo D., Barbraud C. and Weimerskirch H. Multi-trait ageing in an extremely long-lived bird. 7th scientific journeys of the CNFRA National French Committee of Research on Arctic and Antarctic, 19-20 May 2011, Natural History National Museum of Paris, France.
Pardo D., Barbraud C. and Weimerskirch H. Are young and old breeding albatrosses more sensitive to environmental challenges? 7th annual Behavior & Ecology meeting of the Société Ecologique à Responsabilité Limitée, 2-6 May 2011, Rennes, France.
Pardo, D., Barbraud C. and Weimerskirch H. Age and environment-related strategies in survival and reproduction in a black-browed albatross population. First World Seabird Conference, 7-11 September 2010, Victoria, Canada.
Pardo D., Chambert T., Choquet R., Staszewski V., McCoy K. D., Tveraa T., and Boulinier T. Pattern of intra-annual variation of detection probability in a black-legged kittiwake population: implications for sampling design. EURING international analytical conference, 14-20 September 2009, Pescara, Italy.
Pardo D., Barbraud C., and Weimerskirch H. How do reproductive trade-offs change while ageing? A multi-state decomposition in the wandering albatross. EURING international analytical conference, 28 April-4 May 2013, Athens (GA), United-States of America. Best student performance award.
Pardo D., Barbraud C., Jenouvrier, S., Authier, M. and Weimerskirch H. Age, global change and population demography: a long neglected combination. British Ornithologists’ Union meeting “From populations to policy impact: avian demography in a changing world”. 26-28 March 2013, Leicester, United-Kingdom.