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Timothée Bonnet

Evolutionary biologist/ecologist

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Publications

Overview

2017

  • Bonnet, T, Leblois, R, Rousset, F, Crochet, PA (2017). A reassessment of explanations for discordant introgressions of mitochondrial and nuclear genomes. Evolution 71(9): 2140-2158. doi:10.1111/evo.13296.

  • Bonnet, T, Wandeler, P, Camenisch, G, & Postma, E (2017). Bigger is fitter? Quantitative genetic decomposition of selection reveals an adaptive evolutionary decline of body mass in a wild rodent population. PLoS Biology 15(1): e1002592. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.1002592.

  • van Benthem, KJ1, Bruijning, M1, Bonnet, T1, Jongejans, E2, Postma, E2 & Ozgul, A2 (2017). Disentangling evolutionary, plastic and demographic processes underlying trait dynamics: A review of four frameworks. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 8: 75–85. doi:10.1111/2041-210X.12627. (1shared first authorship; 2shared last authorship)

2016

  • Bonnet, T & Postma, E (2016). Successful by chance? The power of mixed models and neutral simulations for the detection of individual fixed heterogeneity in fitness components. The American Naturalist 187(1): 60-74. doi:10.1086/684158.

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Honorable Mention for the Student Paper Prize from The American Society of Naturalists AmNat

  • García-Navas, V, Bonnet, T, Waldvogel, D, Camenisch, G & Postma, E (2016).Consequences of female philopatry for reproductive success and mate choice in an Alpine rodent. Behavioral Ecology 27: 1158-1166. doi:https://doi.org/10.1093/beheco/arw031.

  • García-Navas, V, Bonnet, T, Bonal, R & Postma, E (2016). The role of fecundity and sexual selection in the evolution of size and sexual size dimorphism in New World and Old World voles (Rodentia: Arvicolinae). Oikos 125: 1250-1260. doi:10.1111/oik.03026.

2015

  • García-Navas, V, Bonnet, T, Waldvogel, D, Wandeler, P, Camenisch, G & Postma, E (2015). Gene flow counteracts the effect of drift in a Swiss population of snow voles fluctuating in size. Biological Conservation 191: 168–177. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2015.06.021.

Pre-PhD studies

  • Bonnet, T, Crespin, L, Pinot, A, Bruneteau, L, Bretagnolle, V & Gauffre, B (2013). How the common vole copes with modern farming: Insights from a capture-mark-recapture experiment. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 177: 21–27. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.agee.2013.05.005.

  • Elgvin, TO, Hermansen, JS, Fijarczyk, A, Bonnet, T, Borge, T, Sæther, Sa, Voje, KL & Sætre, GP (2011). Hybrid speciation in sparrows II: a role for sex chromosomes? Molecular Ecology 20: 3823–3837. doi:10.1111/j.1365-294X.2011.05182.x.

  • Bonnet, T, Slagsvold, PK & Sætre, GP (2011). Genetic species identification of a Collared Pied Flycatcher from Norway. Journal of Ornithology 152: 1069–1073. doi:10.1007/s10336-011-0703-4.

Published data

  • Bonnet T, Leblois R, Rousset F, Crochet P (2017). Data from: A reassessment of explanations for discordant introgressions of mitochondrial and nuclear genomes. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.44sv0.

  • Bonnet, T, Postma, E (2016). Data from: Successful by chance? the power of mixed models and neutral simulations for the detection of individual fixed heterogeneity in fitness components. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.3cb61.