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DELAVENNE Juliette







Post-doctorante
Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle
"Institut de Systématique, Evolution, Biodiversité"
ISYEB - UMR 7205 - CNRS, MNHN, UPMC, EPHE
Equipe Exploration, Espèces et Evolution
57 rue Cuvier - CP 36
75231 Paris cedex 05
☏01 40 79 37 43
Email address : jdelavenne’at’mnhn.fr

 

Research interest

My main research interest is on describing and understanding marine habitats and marine communities’ structures and functioning to better conserve them using systematic conservation planning approaches.
For this postdoc project I am currently working on the New Caledonia deep waters species communities. This project lies within the context of the newly created Coral Sea Marine Park and a collaboration with the Agence Française des Aires Marines Protégées (AAMP). I am using the large multi-taxa species dataset gathered through the Tropical Deep Sea Benthos (TDSB) surveys in order to describe species associations at different spatial scales and to model potential habitats for some targeted species. The influence of species definition and the precision of the taxonomy for macro-ecology approaches will be discussed for some taxa thanks to the available integrative taxonomy outputs obtained in the 3E team.

 

Educational and professional background

  • 2014 - : Post doc UMR ISYEB, MNHN, habitats caracterization, biodiversity patterns and connectivity in the seamounts of New Caledonia waters.

  • 2013-2014, chargé de mission Service du Patrimoine Naturel (SPN), Designing the broad areas for offshore Marine conservation Zones (Naura 2000 directives) in the French waters.

  • 2009-2012, PhD student, IFREMER and ULCO. Conservation of marine habitats under multiple human uses. Methods, objectives and constraints to optimize a Marine Protected Areas network in the eastern English Channel. (available here : http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00135/24651/)

  • 2008-2009, research assistant, IFREMER. CHARM 2 Interreg Project 2008 : Master degree, Oceanography and marine environments. Paris 6.
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    Publications


    Le Pape O., Delavenne J., Vaz S. 2014. Quantitative mapping of fish habitat : A useful tool to design spatialised management measures and marine protected areas with fishery objectives. Ocean and coastal management (87) 8-19.

    - Delavenne J., Vaz S, Marchal P. 2013. Defining a pelagic typology for the eastern English Channel. Continental Shelf Research 52, 87-96.

    -  Delavenne J., Metcalfe K., Smith R.J., Vaz S., Martin C.S., Dupuis L., Coppin F., Carpentier A. 2012. Systematic conservation planning in the eastern English Channel : comparing the Marxan and Zonation decision-support tools. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 69(1), 75-83.

    - Metcalfe K., Delavenne J., Garcia, C., Foveau, A., Dauvin, J.C., Coggan R., Vaz S., Harrop, S .R., Smith R.J. 2012. Investigating the impacts of data quality on the species-area relationship approach for setting habitat targets in systematic conservation planning. Diversity and Distributions. 1-13 .

    - Martin C.S., Vaz S., Koubbi P., Meaden G.J., Enghelard G., Lauria V., Gardel L., Coppin F., Delavenne J., Dupuis L., Ernande B., Foveau A., Lelièvre S., Morin J., Warembourg C. and Carpentier A. 2010. A digital atlas to link ontogenic shifts in fish spatial distribution to the environment of the eastern English Channel. Dab, Limanda limanda as a case study. Cybium, 34 (1), 59-71.

    - Delavenne J., Dupuis L., Martin C.S., Ota Y., Smith R.J., Vaz S. 2009. « Chap 7. Marine conservation planning » in Carpentier A., Martin C.S., Vaz S. (Eds.) 2009. Channel Habitat Atlas for marine Resource Management, final report / Atlas des habitats des ressources marines de la Manche orientale, rapport final, CHARM phase II, INTERREG 3a Programme. Pages 626 & CD-rom. IFREMER, Boulogne-sur-mer..

    - Martin C. S., Carpentier A., Vaz S., Coppin F. , Curet L., Dauvin J. -C., Delavenne J., Dewarumez J. M., Dupuis L., Engelhard G., Foveau A., Garcia C., Gardel L., Harrop S., Just R., Koubbi P., Lauria V., Meaden G. J., Morin J., Ota Y., Rostiaux E., Smith R. J., Spilmont N., Vérin Y., Villanueva C., and Warembourg C. 2009. The Channel habitat atlas for marine resource management (CHARM) : an aid for planning and decision-making in an area under strong anthropogenic pressure . Aquatic Living Resources 22:499-508. doi : DOI : 10.1051/alr/2009051.

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