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Research

Funding

Total raised

$308,040

Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund

2012

$48,800

Simon Fraser University Graduate Fellowships

2007--2013

$47,500

French Polynesian Government

2008--2009

$43,000

Island Conservation

2011

$40,000

Island Conservation

2011

$40,000

in personal, time, shipping, and equipment


Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund

2010

$20,000

UniversityS. Fish & Wildlife Service

2010

$20,000

UniversityS. Fish & Wildlife Service

2008--2012

$15,000

in time, shipping, and equipment


NSERC associated Graduate Fellowship

2013

$12,500

Simon Fraser University President Research Stipend

2010

$6,250

Graduate International Scholarship

2008

$6,250

Simon Fraser University Travel Awards

2008--2016

$3,590

Island Conservation

2012

$1,500

T. Schantz Memorial Foundation Scholarship

2010

$1,300

in paid expenses to present at the Kachemak Bay Shorebird Festival


Fred Cooke Student Research Award

2010

$1,000

Simon Fraser University Grad. Student Soc. Professional Devel. Grant

2016

$500

French Polynesian Government

2012

$500

Slipstream First Aid Scholarship

2010

$350


Publications

Peer-reviewed
Cuthbert R.J., Wanless R.M., Angel A., Burle M.-H., Hilton G.M., Louw H., Visser P., Wilson J.W. & Ryan P.G. 2016. Drivers of predatory behavior and extreme size in house mice Mus musculus on Gough Island. Journal of Mammalogy 97(2): 533--544.

Wilson J.W., Wanless R.M., Burle M.-H., Angel A., Kritzinger P. & Stead B. 2010. Breeding biology of Brown Noddies Anous stolidus at their southern-most breeding site, Gough Island, in comparison to other sites. Ardea 98(2):242--246.

Wilson J.W., Burle M.-H., Cuthbert R.J., Stirnemann R.L., & Ryan P.G. 2010. Breeding success of Northern Rockhopper Penguins (Eudyptes moseleyi) at Gough Island, South Atlantic Ocean. Emu-Austral Ornithology 110(2):137--141.

Cuthbert R., Cooper J., Burle M.-H., Glass C.J., Glass J.P., Glass S., Glass T., Hilton G.M., Sommer E.S., Wanless R.M. & Ryan P.G. 2009. Population trends and conservation status of the Northern Rockhopper Penguin Eudyptes moseleyi at Tristan da Cunha and Gough Island. Bird Conservation International 19(1):109--120.

Bester M.N., Burle M.-H., Hofmeyr G.J.G. & Wilson J.W. 2006. Population trends of Subantarctic fur seals at Gough Island. South African Journal of Wildlife Research 36(2):191--194.

Wilson J.W., Burle M.-H. & Bester M.N. 2006. Vagrant Antarctic pinnipeds at Gough Island. Polar Biology 29(10):905--908.

Reports
Burle M.-H. & Lank D.B. 2015. Tuamotu Sandpiper (Prosobonia parvirostris) Translocation: feasibility assessment, sites review and recommendations. Submitted to: Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF).

Burle M.-H. 2014. Habitat assessment of Palmyra Atoll for a translocation of Tuamotu Sandpiper Prosobonia parvirostris. Submitted to: Island Conservation and US Fish and Wildlife Service.

Burle M.-H. & Lank D.B. 2013. Rapport de visite à Raraka (31 octobre--10 novembre 2012). Situation du Chevalier des Tuamotu Prosobonia parvirostris, Perspectives d'avenir et recommandations, Inventaires non-exhaustifs botanique et ornithologique. Soumis à : DIREN de Polynésie Française, Papeete, Tahiti (PF).

Burle M.-H. & Lank D.B. 2013. Reitoru Atoll, Tuamotu Archipelago, French Polynesia: situation, conservation prospects and recommendations for Tuamotu Sandpipers and new insights on the efects of Polynesian rats on this endangered species (June 23--July 4, 2012). Submitted to: Island Conservation, Santa Cruz (CA).

Burle M.-H. & Lank D.B. 2013. Tahanea Atoll, Tuamotu Archipelago, French Polynesia: Toreauta islet rat removal follow-up (outcome of eradication and efects on endangered Tuamotu Sandpipers) and elements for future eradications on Tahanea (July 5--October 16, 2012). Submitted to: Island Conservation, Santa Cruz (CA).

Lank D.B. & Burle M.-H. 2011. Conservation of the Tuamotu Sandpiper. Final Scientifc Report 2010--2011. Submitted to: Migratory Birds and Habitat Programs Region 1, UniversityS. Fish & Wildlife Service, Portland (OR).

Burle M.-H., Ashling C., Durieux J., Faulquier L., Gouni A., Lanctot R.B., McRae S., Poherui M., Portier E., Raust P., Roussel P., Serra C. & Lank D.B. 2009. Etude du Chevalier des Tuamotu (Prosobonia cancellata) sur l’atoll de Tahanea : écologie, système social, reproduction et conséquences pour la conservation. Soumis à : Société d’Ornithologie de Polynésie (SOP) “Manu”, Taravao, Tahiti (PF).

French M.Sc. thesis
Burle M.-H. 2001. Inventaire des populations hivernales d'oiseaux de la Forêt Montmorency par points d'écoute : Problématique, protocole d'échantillonnage et analyses par rapport à la température, à la hauteur et la composition des peuplements forestiers. Dept. Biologie, Faculté de Sciences et Génie, Université Laval, Ste Foy (QC).


Talks

Symposium invited speaker
Burle M.-H. & Lank D.B. Translocation priorities for endangered shorebird altered by floral physiology. North American Ornithological Conference VI, Washington, DC (USA), Aug. 2016.

Invited speaker
Burle M.-H. Shorebird conservation oft-neglected rule: “don’t forget to poke at flowers”. Environment Canada, Delta, BC (CAN), Dec. 2016.

Burle M.-H. & Lank D.B. Biology and conservation of the last Polynesian sandpiper. Environment Canada, Delta, BC (CAN), Oct. 2013.

Burle M.-H. & Lank D.B. Un caso de conservación de aves playeras en las islas del Pacífco--el Playero de Tuamotu (Prosobonia parvirostris): ecología, problemas y soluciones. Universidad Icesi, Cali (COL), Oct. 2013.

Burle M.-H., Lank D.B. & Lanctot R.B. Life history of the Tuamotu Sandpiper. Langley Field Naturalists, Langley, BC (CAN), Mar. 2011.

Invited lecture
Sexual selection: examples in birds. Lecture given for a 3rd year course in Evolution, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC (CAN), Oct. 2014.

First place Student Presentation Award
Burle M.-H., Lank D.B. & Lanctot R.B. Mating system and breeding ecology of an endangered tropical sedentary shorebird in a saturated habitat. COS/AOU/SCO Joint Meeting, San Diego, CA (USA), Feb. 2010.

Conference oral presentations
Burle M.-H. & Lank D.B. Sex, age and populations: morphological variation in the endangered Tuamotu Sandpiper. North American Ornithological Conference VI, Washington, DC (USA), Aug. 2016.

Burle M.-H. Translocating Titi to Palmyra? Palmyra Atoll Research Station, Palmyra Atoll (USA), Jun. 2014.

Burle M.-H. & Lank D.B. An endangered shorebird of South Pacifc Islands: problematic and solutions. Presented in a lecture on endangered species, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC (CAN), Nov. 2013.

Burle M.-H. & Lank D.B. Conservation of the Tuamotu Sandpiper (Prosobonia parvirostris)--endangered shorebird endemic to East Polynesia--through rat eradications and bird translocations. 5th Western Hemisphere Shorebird Group Meeting, Santa Marta (COL), Sep. 2013.

Burle M.-H., Rico-Guevara A., Rubega M. & Lank D.B. A hummingbird tongue in a shorebird head. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology (SICB) annual meeting, San Francisco, CA (USA), Jan. 2013.

Burle M.-H., Rico-Guevara A., Rubega M. & Lank D.B. Independent evolution of nectarivory: Tuamotu Sandpipers are nectar-feeders. 5th North American Ornithological Conference, Vancouver, BC (CAN), Aug. 2012.

Burle M.-H. & Lank D.B. Ocean swell drives unexpected population crash in the endangered Tuamotu Sandpiper suggesting earlier consequences of future sea-level rise. 5th North American Ornithological Conference, Vancouver, BC (CAN), Aug. 2012.

Burle M.-H. & Lank D.B. Preserving an endangered island shorebird: a model for conservation planning. Centre for Wildlife Ecology (CWE) Retreat, Vancouver, BC (CAN), Apr. 2012.

Burle M.-H. & Lank D.B. Conservation of the Tuamotu Sandpiper, an endangered species. Presented in a lecture on endangered species, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC (CAN), Nov. 2011.

Burle M.-H., Lank D.B. & Lanctot R.B. Mating system and breeding ecology of an endangered tropical sedentary shorebird: the Tuamotu Sandpiper. Kachemak Bay Shorebird Festival, Homer, AK (USA), May 2010.

Burle M.-H., Lank D.B. & Lanctot R.B. First fndings on the ecology of the Tuamotu Sandpiper Prosobonia cancellata. Pacific Ecology and Evolution Conference (PEEC), Bamfeld, BC (CAN), Mar. 2010.

Burle M.-H., Lank D.B. & Lanctot R.B. Mating system and breeding ecology of an endangered tropical sedentary shorebird in a saturated habitat. COS/AOU/SCO Joint Meeting, San Diego, CA (USA), Feb. 2010.

Burle M.-H., Lank D.B. & Lanctot R.B. Ecology, social organization & breeding biology of the Tuamotu Sandpiper (Titi). UBC/SFU/UVic Ecology and Evolution Retreat, Brackendale, BC (CAN), Nov. 2009.

Burle M.-H., Lank D.B. & Lanctot R.B. Social system and breeding biology of the Tuamotu Sandpiper Prosobonia cancellata. International Wader Study Group Conference, Texel (NLD), Sep. 2009.

Posters
Burle M.-H. Conservation planning for the last Prosoboniid--a shorebird tribe endemic to Eastern Polynesia. Pacific Environment Congress, Suva (FJI), Dec. 2013.

Burle M.-H. Conservation planning for the last Prosoboniid--a shorebird tribe endemic to Eastern Polynesia. BirdLife World Congress, Ottawa, ON (CAN), Jun. 2013.

Burle M.-H. Conservation planning for the last Prosoboniid--a shorebird tribe endemic to Eastern Polynesia. CEPF Poly Micro End of Programme Evaluation Workshop, Suva (FJI), Apr. 2013.

Burle M.-H., Lank D.B. & Lanctot R.B. The Tuamotu Sandpiper: a weird, unknown and tropical shorebird – Situation and proposed study plans. Pacific Ecology and Evolution Conference (PEEC), Bamfeld, BC (CAN), Feb. 2008.

Burle M.-H., Lank D.B. & Lanctot R.B. The Tuamotu Sandpiper: a weird, unknown and tropical shorebird – Situation and proposed study plans. SFU/UBC/UVic Retreat, Brackendale, BC (CAN), Nov. 2007.


Positions

Specialist on site

Island Conservation/
UniversityS. Fish & Wildlife S.,
Dr. A. Wegmann,
                                    2014

Habitat assessment of Palmyra Atoll for a translocation of Tuamotu Sandpiper

Palmyra Atoll (Northern Line Islands)
Assess habitat suitability, food availability, predators presence, and logistical constraints


PhD student

Simon Fraser University,
Dr. D.B. Lank/
Dr. R. Ydenberg,
                        2007--2018

Biology of the Tuamotu Sandpiper

Tuamotu Archipelago (French Polynesia, South Pacific Ocean) / Vancouver (BC, Canada)
Ecology, behaviour, breeding, mating and social system, phenology, moult, and morphometry through monitoring of a marked population, censuses, crab transects and vegetation surveys, analysis of high speed videos, radio tracking, and insect and soil sampling


Conservation planning for Tuamotu Sandpiper

Simon Fraser University,
Dr. D.B. Lank,
                                    2013

Conservation options review

translocation feasibility assessment and translocation sites review


Tahanea Atoll, French Polynesia, South Pacific Ocean Simon Fraser University/ Island Conservation M. Pott R. Griffiths Project initiation; crab censuses; bird trapping; bait broadcasting; follow-up
Project initiator and field assistant: rat eradication

Simon Fraser University,
Dr. D.B. Lank/
Dr. R. Ydenberg,
                        2011--2012

Biology of the Tuamotu Sandpiper

Tuamotu Archipelago (French Polynesia, South Pacific Ocean) / Vancouver (BC, Canada)
Ecology, behaviour, breeding, mating and social system, phenology, moult, and morphometry through: trapping, banding, recording, censuses, crab transects, vegetation surveys, high speed videos, radio tracking, insect, and soil sampling


Vancouver, BC, Canada Simon Fraser University Dr. D.B. Lank Captive breeding and experimental program of Ruff Philomachus pugnax
Research assistant: shorebird mating systems

Island Conservation/
UniversityS. Fish & Wildlife S.,
Dr. A. Wegmann,
                                    2007

Habitat assessment of Palmyra Atoll for a translocation of Tuamotu Sandpiper

Palmyra Atoll (Northern Line Islands)
Assess habitat suitability, food availability, predators presence, and logistical constraints


Gough Island, South Atlantic Ocean Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB)/ University of Cape Town Dr. R. Cuthbert Dr. P. Ryan Seabird and marine mammal population monitoring; ecology of introduced rodents (CMR, radio tracking); bird life history studies; genetics and isotopes sampling
Subantarctic seabird, marine mammal and rodent biologist

Simon Fraser University,
Dr. D.B. Lank/
Dr. R. Ydenberg,
                        2005--2006

Biology of the Tuamotu Sandpiper

Tuamotu Archipelago (French Polynesia, South Pacific Ocean) / Vancouver (BC, Canada)
Ecology, behaviour, breeding, mating and social system, phenology, moult, and morphometry through: trapping, banding, recording, censuses, crab transects, vegetation surveys, high speed videos, radio tracking, insect, and soil sampling


Deux-Sèvres, France Ligue Pour la Protection des Oiseaux (LPO--BirdLife France) Captive breeding for reinforcement of Little Bustard Tetrax tetrax French population
Landbird conservation biologist

Island Conservation/
UniversityS. Fish & Wildlife S.,
Dr. A. Wegmann,
                                    2005

Habitat assessment of Palmyra Atoll for a translocation of Tuamotu Sandpiper

Palmyra Atoll (Northern Line Islands)
Assess habitat suitability, food availability, predators presence, and logistical constraints


Reunion Island, Indian Ocean Société d’Etudes Ornithologiques de la Réunion Dr. M. Salamolard Public education on petrel conservation; Barau’s Petrel Pterodroma baraui conservation
Tropical seabird conservation biologist

Island Conservation/
UniversityS. Fish & Wildlife S.,
Dr. A. Wegmann,
                                    2005

Habitat assessment of Palmyra Atoll for a translocation of Tuamotu Sandpiper

Palmyra Atoll (Northern Line Islands)
Assess habitat suitability, food availability, predators presence, and logistical constraints


Crozet Island, South Indian Ocean Centre d’Etudes Biologiques de Chizé--Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) Institut Polaire Français Dr. H. Weimerskirch/
Dr. C. Barbraud/
Dr. C.A. Bost/
Dr. C. Guinet/
Dr. Y. Cherel/
Dr. O. Chastel, Seabird and marine mammal monitoring; remote sensing; genetics, isotopes and hormone sampling
Subantarctic seabird and marine mammal biologist

Simon Fraser University,
Dr. D.B. Lank/
Dr. R. Ydenberg,
                        2003--2005

Biology of the Tuamotu Sandpiper

Tuamotu Archipelago (French Polynesia, South Pacific Ocean) / Vancouver (BC, Canada)
Ecology, behaviour, breeding, mating and social system, phenology, moult, and morphometry through: trapping, banding, recording, censuses, crab transects, vegetation surveys, high speed videos, radio tracking, insect, and soil sampling


Barrow, AK, USA Friends of Cooper Island Dr. G. Divoky Black Guillemot Cepphus grylle breeding study 2003
High Arctic seabird field technician

Island Conservation/
UniversityS. Fish & Wildlife S.,
Dr. A. Wegmann,
                                    2014

Habitat assessment of Palmyra Atoll for a translocation of Tuamotu Sandpiper

Palmyra Atoll (Northern Line Islands)
Assess habitat suitability, food availability, predators presence, and logistical constraints


Barrow, AK, USA Owl Research Institute D. Holt Snowy Owl Bubo scandiacus breeding and monitoring 2003
High Arctic owl field technician

Island Conservation/
UniversityS. Fish & Wildlife S.,
Dr. A. Wegmann,
                                    2014

Habitat assessment of Palmyra Atoll for a translocation of Tuamotu Sandpiper

Palmyra Atoll (Northern Line Islands)
Assess habitat suitability, food availability, predators presence, and logistical constraints


Barrow, AK, USA UniversityS. Fish & Wildlife Service Dr. R. Lanctot Comparison between nest searching techniques; monitoring; sampling for extra pair copulations 2003
Research assistant: Arctic breeding shorebirds

Island Conservation/
UniversityS. Fish & Wildlife S.,
Dr. A. Wegmann,
                                    2014

Habitat assessment of Palmyra Atoll for a translocation of Tuamotu Sandpiper

Palmyra Atoll (Northern Line Islands)
Assess habitat suitability, food availability, predators presence, and logistical constraints


Doñana National Park, Spain Estación biológica de Doñana Passerine mist-netting, identification, aging, sexing and banding; grebe trapping and banding 2002
Bird Bander

Island Conservation/
UniversityS. Fish & Wildlife S.,
Dr. A. Wegmann,
                                    2014

Habitat assessment of Palmyra Atoll for a translocation of Tuamotu Sandpiper

Palmyra Atoll (Northern Line Islands)
Assess habitat suitability, food availability, predators presence, and logistical constraints


Palencia, Spain Fundación Global Nature Passerine mist-netting, identification, aging, sexing and banding 2002
Bird Bander

Island Conservation/
UniversityS. Fish & Wildlife S.,
Dr. A. Wegmann,
                                    2014

Habitat assessment of Palmyra Atoll for a translocation of Tuamotu Sandpiper

Palmyra Atoll (Northern Line Islands)
Assess habitat suitability, food availability, predators presence, and logistical constraints


Caatinga of Piauí, Brazil BioBrasil Foundation Passerine, hummingbird, parrotlet and allies mist-netting, identification, sexing and banding 2002
Bird Bander

Island Conservation/
UniversityS. Fish & Wildlife S.,
Dr. A. Wegmann,
                                    2014

Habitat assessment of Palmyra Atoll for a translocation of Tuamotu Sandpiper

Palmyra Atoll (Northern Line Islands)
Assess habitat suitability, food availability, predators presence, and logistical constraints


Caatinga of Piauí, Brazil BioBrasil Foundation Dr. C. Munn Bird species inventories in one of the last sites of Lear’s Macaw Anodorhynchus leari 2002
Tropical bird conservation biologist

Island Conservation/
UniversityS. Fish & Wildlife S.,
Dr. A. Wegmann,
                                    2014

Habitat assessment of Palmyra Atoll for a translocation of Tuamotu Sandpiper

Palmyra Atoll (Northern Line Islands)
Assess habitat suitability, food availability, predators presence, and logistical constraints


Cerrado of Bahia, Brazil BioBrasil Foundation Dr. C. Munn Guiding of American ecotourists and birders 2002
Bird Guide

Island Conservation/
UniversityS. Fish & Wildlife S.,
Dr. A. Wegmann,
                                    2014

Habitat assessment of Palmyra Atoll for a translocation of Tuamotu Sandpiper

Palmyra Atoll (Northern Line Islands)
Assess habitat suitability, food availability, predators presence, and logistical constraints


Long Point Bird Observatory, ON, Canada Bird Studies Canada J. Allair Passerine mist-netting, identification, aging, sexing and banding; owl, raptor and shorebird banding; butterfly censuses; volunteer training; public education 2001
Bird Bander

Island Conservation/
UniversityS. Fish & Wildlife S.,
Dr. A. Wegmann,
                                    2014

Habitat assessment of Palmyra Atoll for a translocation of Tuamotu Sandpiper

Palmyra Atoll (Northern Line Islands)
Assess habitat suitability, food availability, predators presence, and logistical constraints


Quebec, QC, Canada Laval University Dr. J. Bourque Dr. A. Desrochers Experiments to measure passerine travel speed in variously fragmented habitats; breeding censuses in patches of various sizes and isolation 2001
Research Assistant: effect of habitat fragmentation on passerines

Island Conservation/
UniversityS. Fish & Wildlife S.,
Dr. A. Wegmann,
                                    2014

Habitat assessment of Palmyra Atoll for a translocation of Tuamotu Sandpiper

Palmyra Atoll (Northern Line Islands)
Assess habitat suitability, food availability, predators presence, and logistical constraints


Distribution and movement of wintering birds and mammals in a boreal forest; correlations with habitat variables Quebec, QC, Canada Laval University Dr. A. Desrochers Point counts, transects, GIS analysis 2000--2001
French MSc student

Simon Fraser University,
Dr. D.B. Lank/
Dr. R. Ydenberg,
                        2007--2018

Biology of the Tuamotu Sandpiper

Tuamotu Archipelago (French Polynesia, South Pacific Ocean) / Vancouver (BC, Canada)
Ecology, behaviour, breeding, mating and social system, phenology, moult, and morphometry through: trapping, banding, recording, censuses, crab transects, vegetation surveys, high speed videos, radio tracking, insect, and soil sampling


Vendée, France Office National de la Chasse (ONF) Heronries censuses; migrating seabird counts 1999--2000
Ornithologist

Simon Fraser University,
Dr. D.B. Lank/
Dr. R. Ydenberg,
                        2007--2018

Biology of the Tuamotu Sandpiper

Tuamotu Archipelago (French Polynesia, South Pacific Ocean) / Vancouver (BC, Canada)
Ecology, behaviour, breeding, mating and social system, phenology, moult, and morphometry through: trapping, banding, recording, censuses, crab transects, vegetation surveys, high speed videos, radio tracking, insect, and soil sampling


Vendée, France Association de Défense de l’Environnement en Vendée (ADEV) Public education (bird ecology and conservation, species identification); monitoring at observatories 1999--2000
Bird Guide and Ornithologist

Simon Fraser University,
Dr. D.B. Lank/
Dr. R. Ydenberg,
                        2007--2018

Biology of the Tuamotu Sandpiper

Tuamotu Archipelago (French Polynesia, South Pacific Ocean) / Vancouver (BC, Canada)
Ecology, behaviour, breeding, mating and social system, phenology, moult, and morphometry through: trapping, banding, recording, censuses, crab transects, vegetation surveys, high speed videos, radio tracking, insect, and soil sampling


Research programming support offered

One-on-one consultations

R consultations

to graduate students and faculty



Workshops

Academic writing support offered

One-on-one consultations

French academic writing consultations

to undergraduate and graduate students


English academic writing consultations

to undergraduate and graduate students



Workshops

Teaching

Sessional lecturer positions

Quest University Canada

1st block 2017

Evolution

Foundation course


Quest University Canada

2nd block 2017

Evolution

Foundation course



Teaching assistantships

Dr. K. Fitzpatrick

Simon Fraser University,
summer 2017

Genetics

2nd year course


Dr. K. Fitzpatrick

Simon Fraser University,
summer 2016

Genetics

2nd year course


Dr. R. Ydenberg

Simon Fraser University,
spring 2016

Behavioural Ecology

4th year course


Dr. B. Crespi

Simon Fraser University,
fall 2015

Evolution

based on Herron & Freeman’s “Evolutionary Analysis”
3rd year course


Dr. R. Mathewes

Simon Fraser University,
spring 2015

Evolution

based on Zimmer & Emlen’s “Evolution”
3rd year course


Dr. A. Mooers

Simon Fraser University,
fall 2014

Evolution

3rd year course


Dr. D. Green

Simon Fraser University,
fall 2010

Animal Ecology

intensive writing
3rd year course


E. Barley

Simon Fraser University,
fall 2009

General Biology

1st year course


Dr. A. Beckenbach

Simon Fraser University,
spring 2008

Population Genetics

4th year course


Simon Fraser University

spring 2008

International Teaching Assistant Program

Education

Academic

Simon Fraser University

Vancouver, BC, Canada
2007--2018

PhD in Biology

Cumulative GPA: 4.03
Courses taken or audited:
     Statistical computing and exploratory data analysis in R
     AIC statistics for ecology
     Quantitative methods
     Quantitative analysis in feld biology
     Statistics for resource management
     Skills for carrier in science
     Biodiversity
     Evolution of health and disease
     Population biology
     Directed reading in behavioural ecology


Laval University

Québec, QC, Canada
2000--2001

French M.Sc. in Biology

with Honours


Montpellier University

Montpellier, France
1999--2000

B.Sc. in Biology of Organisms

Aix-Marseille University

Marseille, France
1998--1999

French University Diploma of Biology

with Honours


Thiers High School

Marseille, France
1997--1998

Preparatory Class for Veterinary School


Certifications

Programming
Software Carpentry Instructor
Data Carpentry Instructor

Workplace
Worker Safety Training, Simon Fraser University, 2018
Bullying and Harassment Training, Simon Fraser University, 2018

Driving
Class 5 Driver's License, since 2003

Emergency response
Advanced Wilderness First Aid (100 hours) + CPR level C, 2010
Advanced Marine First Aid + CPR level B, 2008
Emergency First Aid + CPR level A, 2005

Ski mountaineering
Avalanche Skills Training Level 2 (AST2), 2018
Glacier Travel and Crevasse Rescue, 2016
Companion Rescue, 2016
Anchor Building, 2016
Hauling Systems, 2016
Repelling Techniques, 2016
Avalanche Skills Training Level 1 (AST1), 2015

Animal handling
French Master Bird Banding Permit, 2008--2015
Canadian Master Bird Banding Permit, 2008--2015
Canadian Council on Animal Care Training, Simon Fraser University, 2009


Workshops

Scientific
   programming
Simon Fraser University

Scientific Programming Study Group
         2014--2018


Scientific
   writing
Simon Fraser University

                    2014


5th Western Hemisphere Shorebird Group Meeting

Santa Marta, Colombia
                    2013


Simon Fraser University

                    2009


Scientific
   communication
Simon Fraser University

                    2013


Miscellaneous

Wildlife photography

Pictures in print
Official post office 60p stamp for the British Overseas Territory of Tristan da Cunha

Hirschfeld E., Swash A. & Still R. 2013. The World’s Rarest Birds. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press

Ryan P.G. (ed.) 2007. Field Guide to the Animals and Plants of Tristan da Cunha and Gough.

Bonneville P. (ed.) & Hemono P. 2006. The World Heritage Book. Québec: Bonneville

Picture award
First place Photo contest, COS/AOU/SCO Joint Meeting, San Diego (USA), 2010