Marc Oremus

 



Expert UICN groupe Cétacés,

membre du South Pacific Whale Research Consortium

Email: oremusm@gmail.com

Tel: +687 83 74 81


Centres d'intérêts:

Je m’intéresse à l’étude des processus évolutifs et écologiques chez les mammifères marins et en particulier chez les dauphins du Pacifique Sud. Les questions que j’aborde ont attrait à l’organisation sociale, à la structure et la taille des populations, aux niveaux de diversité génétique et à la systématique. Afin de mieux appréhender ces questions, j’utilise différents outils analytiques et notamment des méthodes moléculaires (analyses génétiques) et démographiques (e.g., photo-identification). Ces méthodes sont très complémentaires et offrent une approche efficace à l’obtention des connaissances nécessaires pour la gestion et la conservation des populations. Ceci est particulièrement vrai chez les espèces difficiles à étudier dans leur milieu naturel tel que les cétacés.

 

Publications :

Revues scientifiques

2013. Andrews K., Perrin W., Oremus M., Karczmarski L., Bowen B. Puritz J. and R. Toonen. The evolving male: Spinner dolphin (Stenella longirostris) ecotypes are divergent at Y chromosome but not mtDNA or autosomal markers. Molecular Ecology. DOI: 10.1111/mec.12193

2013. Oremus M., Gales R., Kettles H. and C.S. Baker. Genetic evidence of multiple matrilines and disruption of kinship bonds in mass strandings of long-finned pilot whales, Globicephala melas. Journal of Heredity. DOI: 10.1093/jhered/est007

2013. Hamner, R.M., Constantine R., Oremus M., Stanley M., Brown P., and C.S. Baker. Long-range movement by Hector’s dolphins provides potential genetic enhancement for critically endangered Maui’s dolphin. Marine Mammal Science. DOI: 10.1111/mms.12026

2012. Oremus M., Poole M.M., Albertson R.G., Baker C.S. Pelagic or insular? Genetic differentiation of rough-toothed dolphins in the Society Islands, French Polynesia. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology.

2012. Oremus M., R.M. Hamner, M. Stanley, P. Brown, C.S. Baker, and R. Constantine. Distribution, group characteristics and movements of the critically endangered Maui's dolphin (Cephalorhynchus hectori maui). Endangered Species Research. 19: 1-10.

2012. Constantine R., Jackson J.A., Steel D., Baker C.S., Brooks L., Burns D., Clapham P., Hauser N., Madon B., Mattila D., Oremus M., Poole M., Robbins J., Thompson K., Garrigue C. bundance of humpback whales in Oceania using photo-identification and microsatellite genotyping. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 453: 249-261.

2011. Garrigue C., Franklin T., Russell K,, Burns D., Poole M., Paton D., Hauser N., Oremus M., Constantine R., Childerhouse S., Mattila D.K., Franklin W., Robbins J., Clapham P., Baker C.S. First assessment of interchange of humpback whales between Oceania and the east coast of Australia. Journal of Cetacean Research and Management. Special Issue 3.

2010. Kiszka J., Oremus M., Richard P., Poole M., Ridoux V. The use of stable isotope analyses from skin biopsy samples to assess trophic relationships of sympatric delphinids off Moorea Island (French Polynesia). Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 395: 48-54

2009. Oremus M., Gales R., Dalebout M., Funahashi N., Tetsuya E., Kage T., Steel D. and Baker C.S. Worldwide mtDNA diversity and phylogeography of of pilot whales (Globicephala spp.). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 98: 729-744.

2008. Tezano-Pinto G., Baker C.S., Russell K., Martien K., Baird R.W., Hutt A., Stone G., Mignucci-Giannoni A.A., Caballero S., Endo T., Lavery S., Oremus M., Olavarría C. and Garrigue C. A worldwide perspective on the population structure and genetic diversity of bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) in New Zealand. Journal of Heredity, 100: 11-24

2007. Oremus M., Poole M.M., Steel D. and Baker C.S. Isolation and interchange among insular spinner dolphin communities in the South Pacific revealed by individual identification and genetic diversity. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 336: 275-289

2007. Olavarría C., Baker C.S., Garrigue C., Poole M., Hauser N., Caballero S., Flórez-González L., Brasseur M., Bannister J., Capella J., Clapham P., Dodemont R., Donoghue M., Jenner C., Jenner M.N., Moro D., Oremus M., Paton D. & Russell K. Population structure of the South Pacific humpback whales and the origin of the eastern Polynesian breeding grounds. Marine Progress Series, 330: 257-268.

2003. Tremblay Y., Cherel Y., Oremus M., Tveraa T., Chastel O. Unconventional ventral attachment of time–depth recorders as a new method for investigating time budget and diving behaviour of seabirds. Journal of Experimental Biology 206: 1929-1940.

Communications à des Congrès (1er auteur)

2009. Oremus M., Garrigue C., Schaffar A. & Baker C.S. Fine-scale demographic and genetic structure in insular Indo-Pacific Bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops aduncus): implications for conservation of local populations. 18th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals. Quebec, Canada. October 2009.

2007. Oremus M., Gales R., Dalebout M.L., Funahashi N., Endo, T., Steel D. & Baker C.S. Worldwide mtDNA phylogeography and diversity of pilot whales species (Globicephala spp.). 17th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals. Cape Town, South Africa, November 2007.

2005. Oremus M., Kettles H., Gales R., Steel D., Baker C.S. O’ Mother where art thou? Genetic investigation into mass strandings of long-finned pilot whales. 16th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals. San Diego, California, USA, December 12-16, 2005.

2005. Oremus M., Kettles H., Heimeier D., Steel D., Baker C.S. Death on the beach: Genetic investigation into mass strandings of long-finned pilot whales. Molecular Biology and Evolution Meeting. Auckland, New Zealand. June 19-23, 2005.

2003. Oremus M., Poole M.M., Steel D. & Baker C.S. ‘Unexpected genetic diversity of an insular spinner dolphin population: Demographically closed, Evolutionarily opened’. 15th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals. Greensboro, North Carolina, USA, December 13-19, 2003

2000. Oremus M., Cottier A., Poole M.M. Associations of spinner dolphins (Stenella longirostris) in Moorea, French Polynesia. European Cetacean Society. Cork, Ireland. April 2-5, 2000.

 


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