PUBLICATIONS

Randon, M., Dowd, M., and Joy, R. A real-time data assimilative forecasting system for animal tracking. (in press in Ecology)

Mahé, K., MacKenzie, K., Ider, J., Massaro, A., Hamed, O., Jurado-Ruzafa, A., Gonçalves, P., Anastasopoulou, A., Jadaud, A., Mytilineou, C., Randon, M., Elleboode, R., Morell, A., Ramdane, Z., Smith J., Bekaert, K., Amara, R., de Pontual, H., Ernande, B. (2021). Directional bilateral asymmetry in fish otolith: a potential tool to evaluate stock boundaries? Symmetry, 13, 987.

Randon, M., Réveillac, E.and Le Pape, O. (2021). A holistic investigation of tracers at population and individual scales reveals population structure for the common sole of the Eastern English Channel. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 107096.

Randon, M., Le Pape, O. Ernande, B. Mahé, K. Volckaert, FAM. Petit, EJ. Lassalle, G. Le Berre, T. and Réveillac, E. (2020). Complementarity and discriminatory power of genotype and otolith shape in describing the fine-scale population structure of an exploited fish, the common sole of the Eastern English Channel. PLoS ONE 15(11): e0241429.

Randon, M., Réveillac, E., Rivot, E., Du Pontavice, H., and Le Pape, O. (2018). Could we consider a single stock when spatial sub-units present lasting patterns in growth and asynchrony in cohort densities? A flatfish case study. Journal of sea research, 142, 91-100.

Du Pontavice, H., Randon, M., Lehuta, S., Vermard, Y., and Savina-Rolland, M. (2018). Investigating spatial heterogeneity of von Bertalanffy growth parameters to inform the stock structuration of common sole, Solea solea, in the Eastern English Channel. Fisheries research, 207, 28-36.

Randon, M., Daverat, F., Bareille, G., Jatteau, P., Martin, J., Pecheyran, C., and Drouineau, H., (2017). Quantifying exchanges of Allis shads between river catchments by combining otolith microchemistry and abundance indices in a Bayesian model. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 75(1), 9-21.

Le Luherne, E., Le Pape, O., Murillo, L., Randon, M., Lebot, C., and Réveillac, E. (2017). Influence of Green Tides in Coastal Nursery Grounds on the Habitat Selection and Individual Performance of Juvenile Fish. PloS one, 12(1), e0170110.

THESES / REPORTS

Randon, M. (2020). Structure spatiale et connectivité au sein du stock de sole commune de Manche Est: Apport d’une approche holistique multitraceur. Doctoral dissertation.

Randon, M. (2016). Using otolith microchemistry within Bayesian reallocation models to explore the Allis shad (Alosa alosa) metapopulation functioning. Master thesis.

Randon, M. (2015). Effects of green tides on the individual performances of a juvenile pelagic species, the sprat, Sprattus sprattus (L.). Master thesis.

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Randon, M. Where are they going? Towards an operational real-time forecasting system for the endangered Southern Residents Killer Whales. Invited lecturer. March 2022. Stats Seminar Series - Department of Statistics and Actuarial Sciences (Simon Fraser University). Burnaby, Canada.

Randon, M., Joy, R., Bergner, S., Campbell, D., Dowd, M., Frazao, F., Kirsebom, O., Nguyen Hong Duc, P., Riera, A., Veirs, S., Veirs, V., Wladichuk, J., and Yurk, H. Integrating visual and acoustic observations to build an ‘intelligent’ killer whale movement forecast system. Invited speaker. Acoustical Society of America - Special Session on 'Applications of Bioacoustics in Killer Whale Conservation'. December 2021. Seattle, USA.

Randon, M. Where are they going? A real-time forecasting system for the endangered Southern Resident Killer Whales. Invited lecturer. November 2021. Seminar Series Fall 2021 - School of Environmental Science (Simon Fraser University). Burnaby, Canada.

Randon, M., Dowd, M., and Joy, R. A real-time data assimilative forecasting movement model for mitigating whale collisions and acoustic disturbance from marine traffic. Statistical Society of Canada. June 2021. Virtual conference.

Ong, M., Joy, R., Randon, M., McClelland, G., Cragg, J., Chatwin, T. Photogrammetric Monitoring Of Double Crested Cormorants Nesting Sites On Ironworkers Memorial Bridge In Vancouver. Annual Meeting of the Pacific Seabird Group. February 2021. Virtual conference.

Randon, M., Réveillac, E., Lecomte, J.B., Rivot, E., Ernande, B., Mahé, K., Petit, E., Lassalle, G., Volckaert, F., and Le Pape, O. A multi-tracer approach reveals low connectivity in a flatfish metapopulation. International Marine Connectivity Conference (iMarCo). September 2019. Aveiro, Portugal.

Le Pape, O., Randon, M., Lecomte, J.B., Rivot, E., Réveillac, E. Estimating life-cycle connectivity of an exploited marine fish: implications for management impacts. Swimway conference. September 2019. Hamburg, Germany.

Randon, M., Le Pape, O., Ernande, B., Mahé, K., Volckaert, F., Petit, E., Lassalle, G., Le Berre, T., Martin, N., and Réveillac, E. Coupling natural tracers to assess the connectivity within a flatfish metapopulation. International Sclerochronology Conference (ISC). June 2019. Split, Croatia.

Le Pape, O., Archambault, B., Baulier, L., Savina, M., Rochette, S., Vermard, Y., Lehuta, S., Véron, M., Randon, M., Hunter, E., Du Pontavice, H., Réveillac, E., Rivot, E. Life-cycle connectivity of an exploited marine fish: implications for (sub)population dynamics and management impacts. International marine connectivity conference (iMarCo). Septembre 2017. Leuven, Belgium.

Randon, M., Daverat, F., Bareille, G., Jatteau, P., Martin, J., Pecheyran, C., and Drouineau, H. Quantifying exchanges of Allis shads between river catchments by combining otolith microchemistry and abundance indices in a Bayesian model. Association Française Halieutique (AFH). June 2017. Nantes, France.

Rivot, E., Archambault, B. , Lehuta, S., Le Pape, O. , Randon, M. , Réveillac, E. , Rochette, S. , Savina, M. , Vermard, Y., Véron, M. Relever le challenge de la structuration spatiale des populations. Une approche de modélisation intégrée appliquée au cas de la Sole en Manche Est. Association Française Halieutique (AFH). June 2017. Nantes, France.

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Randon, M., Dowd, M., and Joy, R. Where are they going? A real-time forecasting system for animal tracking. 7th Annual SFU Postdoc Research Day (PRD). March 2021. Burnaby, BC, Canada.

Randon, M., Réveillac, E., Rivot, E., Du Pontavice, H., and Le Pape, O. Spatio-temporal patterns in growth and density reveals structuration in a flatfish stock : The common Sole of the Eastern English Channel. International Flatfish Symposium (IFS). November 2017. Saint-Malo, France.

Véron, M., Archambault, B., Rochette, S., Hunter, E., Lehuta, S., Randon, M., Savina-Rolland, M., Vermard, Y., Réveillac, E., Rivot, E., Le Pape, O. Integrating mark-recapture data within a Bayesian life-cycle model to evaluate spatial structure and population dynamics of sole. A coastal and nursery dependent flatfish : Eastern Channel Sole. International Flatfish Symposium (IFS). November 2017. Saint-Malo, France.

PEER REVIEWS

2022 - Review in Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science.

2021 - Review in Fisheries Research.

2021 - Review in Thalassas: An International Journal of Marine Sciences.

2021 - Review in Ecology and Evolution. 

STUDENT TEACHING AND MENTORING

Supervision (2021), M. Sc. Ecological Restoration (BCIT, Canada), Bailey Feddersen - Understanding the relationship between SRKW presence in the Salish Sea and environmental and biological conditions. 

Co-supervision (2020), M.Sc. Ecological Restoration (BCIT, Canada), Macus Ong - Photogrammetric Monitoring of Double-crested and Pelagic Cormorants Nesting Sites on Urban Bridges and Remote Seacliffs in the Salish Sea.

Teaching assistant (2019) M.Sc. Fisheries Science (Agrocampus Ouest, France), Fish dissection and otolith extraction for fish biology education.

Teaching assistant (2019) M.Sc. Fisheries Science (Agrocampus Ouest, France), FAO database extraction and analysis for aquaculture education.

Teaching assistant (2019) M.Sc. Fisheries Science (Agrocampus Ouest, France), Bayesian modeling project to investigate the origin of adult fish using otolith microchemistry.

Co-supervision (2018), M.Sc. Ecological Modelling (Agrocampus Ouest, France), Alaia Morell - Structuration spatiale des traits d’histoire de vie de la sole commune en Manche Est. 

Co-supervision (2018), Laboratory internship, Fisheries Science (Agrocampus Ouest, France), Nathan Martin - Fish otolith preparation and LA-ICPMS measurements.

AWARDS

Award of the best poster – SFU Postdoc Research Day – Randon, M., Dowd, M., and Joy, R. Where are they going? A real-time forecasting system for animal tracking. March 2021.1000 $CA.

Award of the second best writing contest – SFU Postdoc Research Day – Randon, M. A real-time forecasting system of whale trajectories to limit the risk of collision with commercial vessels: application to the endangered Southern Resident Killer Whales. March 2021. 250 $CA.