3.1. Revues internationales

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32. Zabala J., Lambin X., Soufflot J., Soufflot P., Chenesseau D. & Millon A. 2020. Proximate causes and fitness consequences of double brooding in female barn owls. Oecologia, 192 : 91-103.


31. Oedin M., Brescia F., Boissenin M, Vidal E, Cassan J.J., Hurlin J.C. & Millon A. 2019 Monitoring hunted species of cultural significance : estimates of trends, population sizes and harvesting rates of flying-fox (Pteropus sp.) in New Caledonia. PLoS One 14:e0224466.

30. Millon A., Danovaro C., Printemps T., Leroux A.B., Schlaich A.E., Villers A., Bourrioux J.-L., & Bretagnolle V. 2019. Disentangling the effects of environmental conditions on wintering and breeding grounds on age-specific survival rates in a trans-Saharan migratory raptor. Journal of Avian Biology 50 : e02233.

29. Millon A., Lambin X., Devillard S. & Schaub M. 2019. Quantifying the contribution of immigrationto population dynamics : a review of methods, evidence and perspectives in birds and mammals. Biological Reviews 94:2049-2067.

28. Hameau O. & Millon A. 2019 Assessing the effectiveness of bird rehabilitation : temporarily captive-reared Little Owls (Athene noctua) experience a similar recruitment rate as wild birds. Journal of Ornithology 160 : 581-585.


27. Chadoeuf J.*, Millon A.*, Bourrioux J.-L., Printemps T., van Hecke B., Lecoustre V. & Bretagnolle V. 2018. Modelling unbiased dispersal kernels over continuous space by accounting for spatial heterogeneity in marking and observation efforts. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 9:331-339. *shared 1st authorship

26. Lieury N., Devillard S., Besnard A., Gimenez O., Hameau O., Ponchon C., Ravayrol A. & Millon A. Designing cost-effective capture-recapture surveys for improving the monitoring of survival in bird populations. Biological Conservation 214:233-247.

25. Lieury N., Drouet-Hoguet N., Ruette S., Devillard S., Albaret M. & Millon A. Rural populations of the red fox Vulpes vulpes show little evidence of reproductive senescence. Mammalian Biology 87:146-151.


24. Hoy S., Petty S.J., Millon A., Whitfield D.P., Marquiss M., Anderson D.I.K., Davison M. & Lambin X. 2017. Density-dependent increase in superpredation linked to food limitation in a recovering population of northern goshawks Accipiter gentilis. Journal of Avian Biology 48 doi : 10.1111/jav.01387

23. Duron Q., Bourguet E., De Meringo H., Millon A. & Vidal E. 2017. Invasive rats strengthen predation pressure on bird eggs in a South Pacific island rainforest. Current Zoology doi :10.1093/cz/zox009


22. Hoy S., Millon A., Petty S.J., Whitfield D.P. & Lambin X. 2016. Food availability and predation risk, rather than intrinsic attributes, are the main factors shaping the reproductive decisions of a long-lived predator. Journal of Animal Ecology 85 :892-902. IF 4.73

21. Gérard A., Jourdan H., Millon A. & Vidal E. 2016. Knocking on heaven’s door : are novel invaders necessarily facing naïve native species on islands ?. PLoS ONE doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0151545

20. Lieury N., Besnard A., Ponchon C., Ravayrol A. & Millon A. 2016. Geographically isolated but demographically connected : immigration supports efficient conservation actions in the recovery of a range-margin population of the Bonelli’s eagle in France. Biological Conservation 195:272-278.

19. Hardion L., Leriche A., Schwoertzig E. & Millon A. 2016. Species distribution 2.0 : An accurate time- and cost-effective method of prospection using street view imagery. PLoS ONE 11 :e0146899. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0146899


18. Lieury N., Gallardo M., Ponchon C., Besnard A. \& \textbfMillon A. 2015. Relative contribution of local demography and immigration in the recovery of a geographically-isolated population of the endangered Egyptian vulture. Biological Conservation 191:349-356

17. Santangeli A., Arroyo B.E., Millon A. & Bretagnolle V. in press. Identifying effective actions to guide volunteer-based and nation-wide conservation efforts for a ground-nesting farmland bird. Journal of Applied Ecology 52:1082-1091.

16. Gérard A., Jourdan H., Millon A. & Vidal E. in press. Anti-predator behaviour in a procellariid seabird : wedge-tailed shearwaters do not respond to the odour of introduced ship rats. Austral Ecology 40:775-781.

15. Lieury N., Ruette S., Devillard S., Albaret M., Drouyer F., Baudoux B. & Millon A. 2015. Compensatory immigration challenges predator control : an experimental evidence-based approach improves management. Journal of Wildlife Management 79:425-434.


14. Hoy S., Petty S.J., Millon A., Whit-eld D.P., Marquiss M., Davison M. & Lambin X. 2014. Age and sex-selective predation as moderators of the overall impact of predation. Journal of Animal Ecology

13. Gérard A., Jourdan H., Cugnière C., Millon A. & Vidal E. 2014. Is naïveté forever ? Alien predator and aggressor recognition by two endemic island reptiles. Naturwissenschaften DOI 10.1007/s00114-014-1233-8

12. Millon A., Petty S.J., Little B., Gimenez O., Cornulier T. & Lambin X. 2014. Dampening prey cycle overrides the impact of climate change on predator population dynamics : a long term demographic study on tawny owls. Global Change Biology DOI : 10.1111/gcb.12546.
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11. Cornulier T., Yoccoz N.G., Bretagnolle V., Brommer J.E., Butet A., Ecke F., Elston D.A., Framstad E., Henttonen H., Hörnfeldt B., Huitu O., Imholt C., Ims R.A., Jacob J., Jedrzejewska B., Millon A., Petty S.J., Pietiäinen H., Tkadlec E., Zub K. & Lambin X. Europe-wide dampening of population cycles in keystone herbivores. 2013 Science 340 : 63-66.

10. Travis J.M.J., Palmer S.C.F., Coyne S., Millon A. & Lambin X. 2013. Evolution of predator dispersal in relation to spatio-temporal prey dynamics : how not to get stuck in the wrong place ! PloS One 8 : e54453.


9. Millon A., Petty S.J., Little B. & Lambin X. 2011.Natal conditions alter age-specific reproduction but not survival or senescence in a long-lived bird of prey. Journal of Animal Ecology 80 : 968-975.


8. Millon A., Petty S.J. & Lambin X. 2010. Pulsed resources affect the timing of first breeding and lifetime reproductive success of tawny owls. Journal of Animal Ecology 79 : 426-435.

7. Ezard T., Bullock J., Dalgleish H., Millon A., Pelletier F. Ozgul A. & Koons D. 2010. Matrix models for a changeable world : the importance of transient dynamics in population management. Journal of Applied Ecology 47:515-523.

6. Villers A., Millon A., Jiguet F., Lett J.-M., Attié C., Morales M.B. & Bretagnolle V. 2010. Tracking of wild and captive-bred Little Bustards Tetrax tetrax from western France : migration routes, wintering areas and implications for conservation. Ibis 152 : 254-261.


5. Millon A., Nielsen J.T., Bretagnolle V. & Møller A.P. 2009. Predator–prey relationships in a changing environment : the case of the sparrowhawk and its avian prey community in a rural area. Journal of Animal Ecology 78 : 1086–1095.


4. Millon A. & Bretagnolle V. 2008. Population dynamics of predator experiencing cyclic prey variation : numerical responses, demographic parameters and growth rates. Oikos 117 : 1500-1510.

3. Millon A., Arroyo B.E. & Bretagnolle V. 2008. Variation in breeding success for a specialist predator : empirical and experimental evidences under highly variable natural prey availability. Journal of Zoology Lond. 275 : 349-358.


2. Millon A. & Bretagnolle V. 2005. Nonlinear and population-specific brood sex ratios in relation to high variation in prey abundance. Oikos 108 : 535-543.


1. Millon A., Bourrioux J.-L., Riols C. & Bretagnolle V. 2002. Comparative breeding biology of Hen Harrier and Montagu’s Harrier : an eight-year study in north-eastern France. Ibis 144 : 94-105.