PhD theses

Barnier F (2012) Impacts of predation on a large herbivore at the population and individual levels. PhD thesis, University Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris 6), France. pdf

Bourgarel M (2004) Aspects of population dynamics of impala in a protected area in Zimbabwe. PhD thesis, University Claude Bernard – Lyon 1, France. pdf

Buard E (2013) Dynamics of species-space interactions: linking animal movements and land-use change in Hwange national Park (Zimbabwe). PhD thesis, University of Paris 1, France. pdf

Chamaillé-Jammes S (2006) Under the African sky: from climatic fluctuations to the regulation of populations, the role of surface-water in the spatio-temporal dynamics of an elephant population. PhD thesis, University Pierre et Marie Curie – Paris 6, France. pdf

Crosmary W (2012) Trophy hunting: behavioral, demographic and evolutionary consequences in ungulate populations: the example of ungulates in African savannas. PhD thesis, University Claude Bernard – Lyon 1 (France) and University of Laval (Canada). pdf

de Parseval H (2014) Strategies for root exploration and nutrient cycles: study of the functional role of horizontal soil exploration by plants. PhD thesis, University Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris 6), France. pdf

Drouet-Hoguet N (2007) Influence of human activities on the diet and the numerical response of the spotted hyaena in a dystrophic savanna dominated by elephants. PhD thesis, University Claude Bernard – Lyon 1, France. pdf

Favreau F-R (2014) How do mammalian herbivores adjust their trade-off between food and safety? PhD thesis, University Claude Bernard-Lyon 1 (France) and University of Queensland (Australie). pdf

Grange S (2006) The great dilemna of wild equids: loving with grazing bovids and avoiding large predators? PhD thesis, University of Poitiers, France. pdf

Guerbois C (2012) Considering protected areas in the dynamics of socioecological systems for the integrated and sustainable conservation of African wildlife. PhD thesis, Museum National d’Histoire Naturelle, France. pdf

Miguel E (2012) Contacts in the wild and pathogens spillover. PhD thesis, University of Montpellier, France. pdf

Périquet S (2014) Sharing the top: how do spotted hyaenas cope with lions? Apex predator coexistence in a wooded savanna. PhD thesis, University Claude Bernard-Lyon 1, France. pdf

Perrotton A (2015) Cattle herding and coexistence between protected areas and their peripheries: a participatory approach. PhD thesis, University of Montpellier (France) and University of Zimbabwe (Zimbabwe). pdf

Valeix M (2006) Insights into processes structuring large herbivore communities: the role of elephants in the functioning of an African savanna. PhD thesis, University Pierre et Marie Curie – Paris 6, France. pdf

Valls-Fox H (2015) To drink or not to drink? The influence of resource availability on elephant foraging and habitat selection in a semi-arid savanna. PhD thesis, University of Montpellier, France. pdf

van der Meer E (2011) Is the grass greener on the other side? Testing the ecological trap hypothesis for African wild dogs (Lycaon pictus) in and around Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe. PhD thesis, University Claude Bernard – Lyon 1, France. pdf

Wigley B (2013) Savanna woody plant community and trait responses to bottom-up and top-down controls, with a specific focus on the role of mammalian herbivory. PhD thesis, University Claude Bernard-Lyon 1, France. pdf