Séminaire “Biologie et gestion des campagnols : conséquences pour l’environnement”

Pullulation de campagnol terrestre aux Combes, Février 2012

Vous pouvez trouver ici les détails:

7 Novembre 2017, Salle de réunion -107M, Laboratoire Chrono-environnement (UMR 6249 CNRS-UFC). 16 Route de Gray. Bâtiment Propédeutique. Campus de La Bouloie – Besançon.

14h Accueil et bref présentation du séminaire

14h15 Patrick Giraudoux : Déterminants de la dynamique des populations de campagnol des champs: leçons d’une série temporelle de 17 ans.

14h30 Patrick Giraudoux : Couplage simulation multi-agents et fonction de croissance pour l’étude de la dynamique spatiale de mégapopulations.

14h45 Petra Villette : Bacterial parasite assemblages in fluctuating populations of Arvicola terrestris in Franche-Comté: It’s a jungle out there.

15h Javier Fernandez de Simon : Est-ce que les rodenticides anticoagulants affectent à la dynamique de la population des petits mustélidés?

15h15 Pause

15h30 Javier Fernandez de Simon : Transfert trophique de rodenticides anticoagulants en gérant les dégâts des rongeurs: la ligne fine entre la régulation prédateur-proie et la régulation des agriculteurs/empoisonnements

15h45 Michael Coeurdassier : Exposition du milan royal aux rodenticides anticoagulants.

16h00 Geoffroy Couval : Un outil d’aide à la décision pour prévenir les effets non intentionnels de la bromadiolone sur la faune sauvage

16h15 Discussion général avec participation des présentateurs et public intéressé

16h30 Fermeture du séminaire et pot

Venez nombreux!

 

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La Nuit européenne des chercheur.e.s 2017

Malheureusement dans cette occasion je ne peux pas collaborer parce que je suis à Varsovie en participant dans l’EVPMC (lien ici).

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Cependant, je vous ajoute ici plus de informations sur cet évènement à Besançon (lien ici)

Si vous voulez trouver des villes qu’aussi organisent cet évènement dans toute l’Europe, le lien est ici

Aussi à Brussels (lien ici, et trouvez le programme ici).

Bonne nuit européenne des chercheur.e.s!

Ready for the 11th European Vertebrate Pest Management Conference!

Next week I (Javier) will be in Warsaw (Poland) to attend to this Conference. Click here to get to the website of the conference. In addition, you will find the scientific programme here.

EVPMC 2017

I will show the following presentation that you already have in this blog (click here) or in YouTube (click here), but with some modifications like adding more results of the exposure to bromadiolone of voles and small mustelids. In this regard, I briefly explain here that with the collaboration of the FREDON Franche-Comté voles were trapped in our study sites and then dissected to get their livers and determine whether they have been exposed to bromadiolone. For the small mustelids, this exposure to bromadiolone was tested by collecting their scats in the surroundings of the footprint tracking tunnels with visits of small mustelids.

We will include the pdf of the presentation in the upcoming days so you can have a look of these new results of bromadiolone residues. They have been obtained by applying methods of Liquid Chromatography combined with Mass Spectrometry (LC–MS/MS), which provide greater sensitivity. We provide here a brief video that can help you understand how it works

We strongly recommend reading a recent article published by our collaborator Isabelle Fourel and other co-authors from Vetagro-Sup. Click in the bibliographic reference to get to the link of this study.

Fourel, I., Damin-Pernik, M., Benoit, E., & Lattard, V. (2017). Core-shell LC–MS/MS method for quantification of second generation anticoagulant rodenticides diastereoisomers in rat liver in relationship with exposure of wild rats. Journal of Chromatography B, 1041, 120-132.

Hope you find it interesting!

More training and skills in animal research for me!

I, Javier, have successfully passed the course of animal experimentation for research purposes from the Facultad de Veterinaria of the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (see link of the course and contents in English and Spanish).

This course is credited by FELASA, the Federation of Laboratory Animal Science Associations (see link here).

It provides essential training for the design and execution of procedures and research projects with animals as biological model. In addition, the course fulfills the requirements necessary for the functions of animal care and euthanasia.

I have specialized in small mammals which are central for the development of our research project.

In this regard, the payment of the course has been fully costed with the project funds so thanks to this I have increased my capacities and skills as a researcher in animal experimentation.

Thanks also to the professors for their effort. The course has been very interesting and I highly recommend it!