Froidevaux Jeremy

I am a conservation biologist with broad interests in bat ecology and conservation. As part of the CERES project, I will be investigating the effects of spatial and temporal continuity of mosaic landscapes on forest bat and moth communities in southern France.

 

Academic qualifications

2014-2018. PhD at the University of Bristol. “Contributions of agri-environment schemes to the conservation of bats and arthropods in European farmland habitats”

2011-2013. MSc in Applied Ecology at the University of Montpellier.

2010-2011. BSc in Life Sciences at the University of Metz.

2008-2010. Technical diploma in Nature Protection and Management, Montmorot.

 

ISI publications

11-Braunisch V, Roder S, Coppes J, Froidevaux JSP, Arlettaz R & K Bollmann (2019). Structural complexity in managed and strictly protected mountain forests: effects on the habitat suitability for indicator bird species. Forest Ecology and Management 448: 139-149.

10-Froidevaux JSP, Boughey KL, Hawkins CL, Broyles M & G Jones (2019). Managing hedgerows for nocturnal wildlife: do bats and their insect prey benefit from targeted agri‐environment schemes? Journal of Applied Ecology 56: 1610-1623.

9-Oleksy RZ, Ayady CL, Tatayah V, Jones C, Howey PZ, Froidevaux JSP, Racey PA & G Jones (2019). The movement ecology of the Mauritian flying fox (Pteropus niger): a long-term study using solar-powered GSM/GPS tags. Movement Ecology 7: 12. ​

8-Oleksy RZ, Ayady CL, Tatayah V, Jones C, Froidevaux JSP, Racey PA & G Jones. 2019. The impact of the Mauritian flying fox (Pteropus niger) on commercial fruit farms and the efficacy of mitigation. Oryx In press.

7- Froidevaux JSP, Broyles M & G Jones. 2019. Moth responses to sympathetic hedgerow management in temperate farmland. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 270: 55-64.

6- Froidevaux JSP, Fialas PC & G Jones. 2018. Catching insects while recording bats: impacts of light trapping on acoustic sampling. Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation 4: 240-247.

5- Carr A, Zeale MRK, Weatherall A, Froidevaux JSP & G Jones. 2018. Ground-based and LiDAR-derived measurements reveal scale-dependent selection of roost characteristics by the rare tree-dwelling bat Barbastella barbastellus. Forest Ecology and Management 417: 237-246.

4- Froidevaux JSP, Louboutin B & G Jones. 2017. Does organic farming enhance biodiversity in Mediterranean vineyards? A case study with bats and arachnids. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 249: 112-122.

3-Froidevaux JSP, Boughey KL, Barlow KE & G Jones. 2017. Factors driving population recovery of the greater horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus ferrumequinum) in the UK: implications for conservation. Biodiversity and Conservation 26: 1601-1621.

2- Froidevaux JSP, Zellweger F, Bollmann K, Jones G & MK Obrist. 2016. From field surveys to LiDAR: shining a light on how bats respond to forest structure. Remote Sensing of Environment 175: 242-250.

1- Froidevaux JSP, Zellweger F, Bollmann K & MK Obrist. 2014. Optimizing passive acoustic sampling of bats in forests. Ecology and Evolution 4: 4690-4700.

 

 

Outreach publications

 

4- Fabianek F, Froidevaux JSP & M-C Provost. 2016. Technical guide for bat conservation in farmland. [In French] Groupe Chiropteres du Quebec, Quebec (Canada), 34pp.

3- Froidevaux JSP, Zellweger F, Bollmann K & MK Obrist. 2016. Sampling bats in temperate forest: where, when, how? [In French] Symbioses 34: 34-35.

2- Zellweger F, Froidevaux JSP, Bollmann K & MK Obrist. 2016. Bats in forest – LiDAR provides new information! [In French and German] N+L Inside 3: 25-29.

1- Froidevaux JSP, Zellweger F, Bollmann K & MK Obrist. 2015. Using “PRESENCE” and “GENPRES” software for planning a reliable acoustic sampling of bats. [In French] Le Vespère 5: 333-344

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