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PERSONAL DATA

Gender male
Department Oceanic Fisheries Programme
Institution
Collecte et Localisation par Satellite (CLS/Service Argos) (
Parc Technologique du Canal 8-10, rue Hermès, Ramonville Saint-Agne 31520
Address
Collecte et Localisation par Satellite (CLS/Service Argos) Parc Technologique du Canal 8-10, rue Hermès,
Ramonville Saint-Agne
31520
France
Tel +33 5 61 39 47 80
Fax +33 5 61 39 37 82
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree PhD These de doctorat Post Master DEA Master Maitrise Licence licence DEUG
Job type Research
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Fisheries, Aquaculture , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Fisheries, Aquaculture
Research Activities Biology and ecology of tropical tuna in the Pacific Ocean growth studies spatial modelling climate and environmental impacts on tuna populations pelagic ecosystem
Research Region 72, 84
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr Patrick LEHODEY)

Lehodey, P. and Leroy, B. (1999a). Age and growth of yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) from the western and central Pacific ocean as indicated by daily growth increments and tagging data. Oceanic Fisheries Programme. Noumea, New Caledonia, Secretariat of the Pacific Community. Working Paper. YFT-2(SCTB 12), 1-19.
Lehodey, P., Hampton, J. and Leroy, B. (1999b). Preliminary results on age and growth of bigeye tuna (Thunnus obesus) from the western and central Pacific Ocean as indicated by daily growth increments and tagging data. Oceanic Fisheries Programme. Secretariat of the Pacific Community. Working Paper. BET-2 (SCTB 12), 1-18.
Bertignac, M., Lehodey, P. and Hampton, J. (1998). A spatial population dynamics simulation model of tropical tunas using a habitat index based on environmental parameters. Fisheries Oceanography 7(3/4), 326-335.
Lehodey, P., Andre, J.-M., Bertignac, M., Hampton, J., Stoens, A., Menkes, C., Memery, L. and Grima, N. (1998). Predicting skipjack tuna forage distributions in the equatorial Pacific using a coupled dynamical bio-geochemical model. Fisheries Oceanography 7(3/4), 317-325.
Lehodey, P., Bertignac, M., Hampton, J., Lewis, A. and Picaut, J. (1997). El Nino Southern Oscillation and tuna in the western Pacific. Nature 389, 715-718.
Lehodey, P. and Grandperrin, R. (1996a). Age and growth of the alfonsino Beryx splendens over the seamounts off New Caledonia. Marine Biology 125, 249-258.
Lehodey, P., Marchal, P. and Grandperrin, R. (1994). Modelling the distribution of alfonsino, Beryx splendens, over the seamounts of New Caledonia. Fishery Bulletin 92(4), 748-759.
Lehodey, P. (1994). Les monts sous-marins de Nouvelle-Calédonie et leurs ressources halieutiques. Paris. Travaux et Documents Microedites. ORSTOM, 1-401.
Lehodey, P., Grandperrin, R. and Marchal, P. (1997a). Reproductive biology and ecology of a deep-demersal fish, alfonsino Beryx splendens, over the seamounts off New Caledonia. Marine Biology 128(1), 17-27
Lehodey, P. and Grandperrin, R. (1996b). Influence of temperature and ENSO events on growth of the deep demersal fish alfonsino, Beryx spendens (Lowe, 1835) off New Caledonia in the western tropical South Pacific Ocean. Deep Sea Research 43(1), 49-57.

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Created: 2000-10-17 Last Updated: 2010-01-15 by Albert FISCHER