Marie-Elodie Perga

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58 publications

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Lateral variations and vertical structure of the microbial methane cycle in the sediment of Lake Onego (Russia)
Thomas Camille, Frossard Victor, Perga Marie-Elodie, Tofield-Pasche Natacha, Hofmann Higmar, Dubois Nathalie, Belinka Nathalia, Zobkova M., Robert S., Lyautey E. Inland Waters.
[DOI] [serval:BIB_8EF6C259CFAE]
 
Using stable isotope approach to quantify pond dam impacts on isotopic niches and assimilation of resources by invertebrates in temporary streams: a case study
Four Brian, Thomas Marielle, Danger Michael, Angeli Nicolas, Perga Marie-Elodie, Banas Damien, 2019/03/01. Hydrobiologia.
[DOI] [serval:BIB_02C8E400D263]
 
Storm impacts on alpine lakes: Antecedent weather conditions matter more than the event intensity
Perga M.-E., Bruel R., Rodriguez L., Guénand Y., Bouffard D., 2018/08/08. Global Change Biology, 24 pp. 5004-5016.
Parasitic versus nutritional regulation of natural fish populations
Frantz A., Perga M.-E., Guillard J., 2018/08/06. Ecology and Evolution, 8 pp. 8713-8725. Peer-reviewed.
 
Large and deep perialpine lakes: a paleolimnological perspective for the advance of ecosystem science
Tolotti M., Dubois N., Milan M., Perga M.-E., Straile D., Lami A., 2018/06/26. Hydrobiologia, 824 pp. 291-321. Peer-reviewed.
 
Forces, failles et opportunités de la recherche française en écologie trophique
Perga M.-É., Danger M., Dubois S., Fritch C., Gaucherel C., Hubas C., Jabot F., Lacroix G., Lefebvre S., Marmonier P. et al., 2018/05. Comptes Rendus Biologies, 341 pp. 301-314. Peer-reviewed.
 
Seeking alternative stable states in a deep lake
Bruel R., Marchetto A., Bernard A., Lami A., Sabatier P., Frossard V., Perga M.-E., 2018/02/26. Freshwater Biology, 63 pp. 553-568. Peer-reviewed.
 
Causal networks reveal the dominance of bottom-up interactions in large, deep lakes
Frossard V., Rimet F., Perga M.-E., 2018. Ecological Modelling, 368 pp. 136-146.
 
Bioconcentration may be favoured over biomagnification for fish PCB contamination in high altitude lakes
Perga M.-E., Nellier Y.-M., Cottin N., Fanget P., Naffrechoux E., 2017. Inland Waters, 7 pp. 14-26.
 
Invasions Toolkit: Current Methods for Tracking the Spread and Impact of Invasive Species
Kamenova S., Bartley T.J., Bohan D.A., Boutain J.R., Colautti R.I., Domaizon I., Fontaine C., Lemainque A., Le Viol I., Mollot G. et al., 2017. Networks of Invasion: A Synthesis of Concepts pp. 85-182.
 
Tracking a century of changes in microbial eukaryotic diversity in lakes driven by nutrient enrichment and climate warming : Long-term dynamics of microbial eukaryotes
Capo E., Debroas D., Arnaud F., Perga M.-E., Chardon C., Domaizon I., 2017. Environmental Microbiology, 19 pp. 2873-2892.
 
A century of human-driven changes in the carbon dioxide concentration of lakes
Perga M.-E., Maberly S. C., Jenny J.-P., Alric B., Pignol C., Naffrechoux E., 2016. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 30 pp. 93-104.
 
Are flood-driven turbidity currents hot spots for priming effect in lakes?
Bouffard D., Perga M.-E., 2016. Biogeosciences, 13 pp. 3573-3584. Peer-reviewed.
 
Global spread of hypoxia in freshwater ecosystems during the last three centuries is caused by rising local human pressure
Jenny J.-P., Francus P., Normandeau A., Lapointe F., Perga M.-E., Ojala A., Schimmelmann A., Zolitschka B., 2016. Global Change Biology, 22 pp. 1481-1489. Peer-reviewed.
 
Indicators of climate: Ecrins National Park participates in long-term monitoring to help determine the effects of climate change
Bonet R., Arnaud F., Bodin X., Bouche M., Boulangeat I., Bourdeau P., Bouvier M., Cavalli L., Choler P., Delestrade A. et al., 2016. eco.mont (Journal on Protected Mountain Areas Research), 8 pp. 44-52.
 
Local human pressures influence gene flow in a hybridizing Daphnia species complex
Alric B., Möst M., Domaizon I., Pignol C., Spaak P., Perga M.-E., 2016. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 29 pp. 720-735.
 
Changes in carbon sources fueling benthic secondary production over depth and time: coupling Chironomidae stable carbon isotopes to larval abundance
Frossard V., Verneaux V., Millet L., Magny M., Perga M.-E., 2015. Oecologia, 178 pp. 603-614. Peer-reviewed.
 
Climate controls on the Holocene development of a subarctic lake in northern Fennoscandia
Rantala M.V., Luoto T.P., Weckström J., Perga M.-E., Rautio M., Nevalainen L., 2015. Quaternary Science Reviews, 126 pp. 175-185.
 
Effects of nutrients and warming onPlanktothrixdynamics and diversity: a palaeolimnological view based on sedimentary DNA and RNA
Savichtcheva O., Debroas D., Perga M.-E., Arnaud F., Villar C., Lyautey E., Kirkham A., Chardon C., Alric B., Domaizon I., 2015. Freshwater Biology, 60 pp. 31-49.
 
High-resolution paleolimnology opens new management perspectives for lakes adaptation to climate warming
Perga M.-E., Frossard V., Jenny J.-P., Alric B., Arnaud F., Berthon V., Black J.L., Domaizon I., Giguet-Covex C., Kirkham A. et al., 2015. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 3 p. 72. Peer-reviewed.
 
Historical profiles of PCB in dated sediment cores suggest recent lake contamination through the "halo effect".
Naffrechoux E., Cottin N., Pignol C., Arnaud F., Jenny J.P., Perga M.E., 2015. Environmental science & technology, 49 pp. 1303-1310. Peer-reviewed.
 
Mass budget in two high altitude lakes reveals their role as atmospheric PCB sinks
Nellier Y.-M., Perga M.-E., Cottin N., Fanget P., Malet E., Naffrechoux E., 2015. Science of the Total Environment, 511 pp. 203-213.
 
Particle-Dissolved Phase Partition of Polychlorinated Biphenyls in High Altitude Alpine Lakes
Nellier Y.-M., Perga M.-E., Cottin N., Fanget P., Naffrechoux E., 2015. Environmental Science & Technology, 49 pp. 9620-9628.
 
Tracking a century of change in trophic structure and dynamics in a floodplain wetland: integrating palaeoecological and palaeoisotopic evidence
Kattel G., Gell P., Perga M.-E., Jeppesen E., Grundell R., Weller S., Zawadzki A., Barry L., 2015. Freshwater Biology, 60 pp. 711-723.
 
A 4D sedimentological approach to reconstructing the flood frequency and intensity of the Rhône River (Lake Bourget, NW European Alps)
Jenny J.-P., Wilhelm B., Arnaud F., Sabatier P., Giguet Covex C., Mélo A., Fanget B., Malet E., Ployon E., Perga M.-E., 2014. Journal of Paleolimnology, 51 pp. 469-483.
 
Depth-specific responses of a chironomid assemblage to contrasting anthropogenic pressures: a palaeolimnological perspective from the last 150 years
Frossard V., Millet L., Verneaux V., Jenny J.-P., Arnaud F., Magny M., Perga M.-E., 2014. Freshwater Biology, 59 pp. 26-40.
 
Inherited hypoxia: A new challenge for reoligotrophicated lakes under global warming : Holocene hypoxia dynamics in large lakes
Jenny J.-P., Arnaud F., Alric B., Dorioz J.-M., Sabatier P., Meybeck M., Perga M.-E., 2014. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 28 pp. 1413-1423.
 
Reconstructing long-term changes (150 years) in the carbon cycle of a clear-water lake based on the stable carbon isotope composition (δ13C) of chironomid and cladoceran subfossil remains
Frossard V., Verneaux V., Millet L., Jenny J.-P., Arnaud F., Magny M., Perga M.-E., 2014. Freshwater Biology, 59 pp. 789-802.
 
Sensitivity and responses of diatoms to climate warming in lakes heavily influenced by humans
Berthon V., Alric B., Rimet F., Perga M.-E., 2014. Freshwater Biology, 59 pp. 1755-1767.
 
A spatiotemporal investigation of varved sediments highlights the dynamics of hypolimnetic hypoxia in a large hard-water lake over the last 150 years
Jenny J.-P., Arnaud F., Dorioz J.-M., Giguet Covex C., Frossard V., Sabatier P., Millet L., Reyss J.-L., Tachikawa K., Bard E. et al., 2013. Limnology and Oceanography, 58 pp. 1395-1408.
 
Are cyanobacterial blooms trophic dead ends?
Perga M.-E., Domaizon I., Guillard J., Hamelet V., Anneville O., 2013. Oecologia, 172 pp. 551-562.
 
Chironomid assemblages in cores from multiple water depths reflect oxygen-driven changes in a deep French lake over the last 150 years
Frossard V., Millet L., Verneaux V., Jenny J.-P., Arnaud F., Magny M., Poulenard J., Perga M.-E., 2013. Journal of Paleolimnology, 50 pp. 257-273.
 
DNA from lake sediments reveals the long-term dynamics and diversity of Synechococcus assemblages
Domaizon I., Savichtcheva O., Debroas D., Arnaud F., Villar C., Pignol C., Alric B., Perga M.-E., 2013. Biogeosciences, 10 pp. 3817-3838.
[DOI] [WoS] [serval:BIB_DC2FD69A4C8D]
 
How pollen organic matter enters freshwater food webs
Masclaux H., Perga M.-E., Kagami M., Desvilettes C., Bourdier G., Bec A., 2013. Limnology and Oceanography, 58 pp. 1185-1195.
 
Local forcings affect lake zooplankton vulnerability and response to climate warming
Alric B., Jenny J.-P., Berthon V., Arnaud F., Pignol C., Reyss J.-L., Sabatier P., Perga M.-E., 2013. Ecology, 94 pp. 2767-2780.
 
Trophic history of French sub-alpine lakes over the last ~150 years: phosphorus reconstruction and assessment of taphonomic biases
Berthon V., Marchetto A., Rimet F., Dormia E., Jenny J.-P., Pignol C., Perga M.-E., 2013. Journal of Limnology, 72 pp. 417-429.
 
Assessing the reliability of fatty acid-specific stable isotope analysis for trophic studies : FA-SIA in Daphnia
Bec A., Perga M.-E., Koussoroplis A., Bardoux G., Desvilettes C., Bourdier G., Mariotti A., 2011. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 2 pp. 651-659.
 
Effects of production, sedimentation and taphonomic processes on the composition and size structure of sedimenting cladoceran remains in a large deep subalpine lake: paleo-ecological implications
Alric B., Perga M.-E., 2011. Hydrobiologia, 676 pp. 101-116.
 
Fatty acid transfer in the food web of a coastal Mediterranean lagoon: Evidence for high arachidonic acid retention in fish
Koussoroplis A.-M., Bec A., Perga M.-E., Koutrakis E., Bourdier G., Desvilettes C., 2011. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 91 pp. 450-461.
 
Food quality of anemophilous plant pollen for zooplankton
Masclaux H., Bec A., Kagami M., Perga M.-E., Sime-Ngando T., Desvilettes C., Bourdier G., 2011. Limnology and Oceanography, 56 pp. 939-946.
 
Is PCBs concentration variability between and within freshwater fish species explained by their contamination pathways?
Lopes C., Perga M.-E., Peretti A., Roger M.-C., Persat H., Babut M., 2011. Chemosphere, 85 pp. 502-508.
 
Quantitative PCR Enumeration of Total/Toxic Planktothrix rubescens and Total Cyanobacteria in Preserved DNA Isolated from Lake Sediments
Savichtcheva O., Debroas D., Kurmayer R., Villar C., Jenny J.-P., Arnaud F., Perga M.-E., Domaizon I., 2011. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 77 pp. 8744-8753.
 
Taphonomic and early diagenetic effects on the C and N stable isotope composition of cladoceran remains: implications for paleoecological studies
Perga M.-E., 2011. Journal of Paleolimnology, 46 pp. 203-213.
 
A century of bottom-up and top-down driven changes on a lake planktonic food web: A paleoecological and paleoisotopic study of Lake Annecy, France
Perga M.-E., Desmet M., Enters D., Reyss J.-L., 2010. Limnology and Oceanography, 55 pp. 803-816.
 
How well can the fatty acid content of lake seston be predicted from its taxonomic composition? : Seston taxonomic and fatty acid composition
Bec A., Perga M.-E., Desvilettes C., Bourdier G., 2010. Freshwater Biology, 55 pp. 1958-1972.
 
Laboratory measures of isotope discrimination factors: comments on Caut, Angulo & Courchamp (2008, 2009) : Comments on Caut, Angulo & Courchamp (2008)
Perga M.-E., Grey J., 2010. Journal of Applied Ecology, 47 pp. 942-947.
 
Nutritional importance of minor dietary sources for leaping grey mullet Liza saliens (Mugilidae) during settlement: insights from fatty acid δ13C analysis
Koussoroplis A.-M., Bec A., Perga M.-E., Koutrakis E., Desvilettes C., Bourdier G., 2010. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 404 pp. 207-217.
 
Re-examination of the temperature-dependent relationship between δ18Odiatoms and δ18Olake water and implications for paleoclimate inferences
Crespin J., Sylvestre F., Alexandre A., Sonzogni C., Paillès C., Perga M.-E., 2010. Journal of Paleolimnology, 44 pp. 547-557.
 
Origins of carbon sustaining the growth of whitefish Coregonus lavaretus early larval stages in Lake Annecy: insights from fatty-acid biomarkers
Perga M.-E., Bec A., Anneville O., 2009. Journal of Fish Biology, 74 pp. 2-17.
 
Terrestrial carbon contribution to lake food webs: could the classical stable isotope approach be misleading?
Perga M.-E., Kainz M., Mazumder A., 2008. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 65 pp. 2719-2727.
 
Carbon pathways to zooplankton: insights from the combined use of stable isotope and fatty acid biomarkers
Perga M.-E., Kainz M., Matthews B., Mazumder A., 2006. Freshwater Biology, 51 pp. 2041-2051.
 
Changes in whitefish scales δ13C during eutrophication and reoligotrophication of subalpine lakes
Gerdeaux D., Perga M.-E., 2006. Limnology and Oceanography, 51 pp. 772-780.
 
Hydroacoustic assessment of young-of-year perch, Perca fluviatilis, population dynamics in an oligotrophic lake (Lake Annecy, France)
Guillard J., Perga M.-E., Colon M., Angeli N., 2006. Fisheries Management and Ecology, 13 pp. 319-327.
 
Seasonal variability in the δ13C and δ15N values of the zooplankton taxa in two alpine lakes
Perga M.-E., Gerdeaux D., 2006. Acta Oecologica, 30 pp. 69-77.
 
Effect of algal and bacterial diet on methyl mercury concentrations in zooplankton.
Kainz M., Mazumder A., 2005/03/15. Environmental science & technology, 39 (6) pp. 1666-1672. Peer-reviewed.
[WoS] [Pmid] [serval:BIB_2904474DC034]
 
‘Are fish what they eat' all year round?
Perga M.-E., Gerdeaux D., 2005. Oecologia, 144 pp. 598-606.
 
Changes in the δ13C of pelagic food webs: the influence of lake area and trophic status on the isotopic signature of whitefish (Coregonus lavaretus)
Perga M.-E., Gerdeaux D., 2004. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 61 pp. 1485-1492.
 
Using the delta13C and delta15N of whitefish scales for retrospective ecological studies: changes in isotope signatures during the restoration of Lake Geneva, 1980-2001
Perga M. E., Gerdeaux D., 2003. Journal of Fish Biology, 63 pp. 1197-1207.
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