Gaelle Fehlmann

PhD Student

Contact Me

Email: 798266@swansea.ac.uk

About Me

Passionate with what we can get from small tags attached to an animal, I dropped into the bio-logging sphere while I was conducting my master project in Strasbourg, DEPE, investigating how to access to fine behaviours thanks to acceleration signals. I am currently studying Baboon-Human Conflict in South Africa as part of my PhD, Swansea University, combining this cutting edge technologies and traditional direct observations. This allows me to tackle fine questions about baboon’s raiding behaviour in terms of spatial use, diet, and social behaviour.

Areas of Expertise

Bio-logging

Behavioural ecology

Conservation

Talks

Yves Handrich and G.Fehlmann, “Accélérométrie et budget temps de l'animal dans son environnement naturel: potentialités et limites”, Atelier Bio-logging, bio-télémétrie et ingénierie écologique, DEPE-IPHC, Strasbourg, March 2013

G.Fehlmann and Y. Handrich, “Following animal’s behaviour”, PhD symposium, DEPE-IPHC, Strasbourg, February2013

Poster presentation

G.Fehlmann, C. Kerr, E. Shepard, A. Luckman, J. O’Riain, A. King, “Baboons in space: Human Baboon Conflict in South Africa, 5th Biologging Symposium, Strasbourg, France, 22-27 September, 2014

G. Fehlmann, C. Bodin, R. Leasser, Y. Handrich, “Following animal behaviours; go beyond boundaries” From energetics to Macroecology: carnivore responses to Environmental change”, Zoological Society of London, London, United Kingdom, 14-15 November, 2014.

G. Fehlmann, C. Bodin, R. Leasser, Y. Handrich, “Following animal behaviours; go beyond boundaries” Ecology and Behaviour, Strasbourg, France, 22-26 April, 2013.

Animation of workshop

G. Fehlmann and Y. Handrich, “Présentation de données d’accéléromètrie chez le blaireau”, Atelier Bio-logging, bio-télémétrie et ingénierie écologique, DEPE-IPHC, Strasbourg, March 2013