Guillaume Bastille-Rousseau | Department of Zoology | SIU

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Guillaume Bastille-Rousseau

Assistant Professor

Guillaume Bastille-Rousseau

Office: LSII 253

Phone: 618-453-6946

Email: gbr@siu.edu

I'm an ecologist interested in understanding the drivers of spatial behavioral processes such as movement and habitat selection. I’m also interested in determining how these processes scale up to affect the demography and distribution of multiple sympatric species, and how these patterns then influence broader-scale patterns. In doing so, my research makes heavy use of spatial data, including GPS telemetry, and frequently involves developing quantitative approaches.

Education

B.S., Université de Sherbrooke, M.S., Université Laval, PhD., Trent University, Postdoctoral, SUNY-ESF and Colorado State University

Courses taught

ZOOL 468 (Wildlife Biology Principles)

Areas of interest

Wildlife Biology, Behavioral Ecology

Selected Recent Publications

Bastille-Rousseau, G., Wittemyer, G. (2019) A framework for defining individual movement tactics demonstrates the influence of heterogeneity in resource selection on population distribution of African elephants. Ecology Letters 22: 1471-1427

Bastille-Rousseau, G., Yackulic, C., Gibbs, J. P., Frair, J., Cabrera, F., F., Blake, S. (2019) Migration triggers in a large herbivore: Galapagos giant tortoises navigating resource gradients on volcanoes. Ecology 100: 1-11

Bastille-Rousseau, G., Douglas-Hamilton, I., Blake, S., Northrup, J., Wittemyer, G. (2018) Applying network theory to animal movements to identify properties of landscape space use. Ecological Applications 28: 854-864

Bastille-Rousseau, G., Wall, J., Douglas-Hamilton, I., Wittemyer, G. (2018) Optimizing wildlife crossing structures using GPS telemetry. Journal of Applied Ecology 55: 2055-2063

Bastille-Rousseau, G., Schaefer, J. A., Lewis, K., Peers, M. J. L., Ellington, E. H., Mumma, M. A., Rayl, N.D., Mahoney, S. P., Murray, D. L. (2018) Climate change can alter predator-prey dynamics and population viability of prey. Oecologia 186: 141-150

Bastille-Rousseau, G., Murray, D.L., Schaefer, J.A., Lewis, M.A., Mahoney, S., Potts, J.R. (2018) Spatial scales of habitat selection decisions: implications for telemetry-based movement modelling. Ecography 41: 437-443

Bastille-Rousseau, G., S. Blake., Campbell, K., Yackulic, C., Cabrera, Gibbs, J. (2017) Ecosystem implication of conserving endemic versus eradicating introduced large herbivores in the Galapagos Archipelago. Biological Conservation 209: 1-10

Bastille-Rousseau, G., Potts, J., Yackulic, C., Frair, J., Ellington, E.H., Blake, S. (2016) Flexible characterization of animal movement pattern using net squared displacement and a latent state model. Movement Ecology 4:15

Bastille-Rousseau, G., Schaefer, J. A., Lewis, K., Mumma, M. A., Ellington, E. H., Rayl, N.D., Pouliot, D., Mahoney, S. P., Murray, D. L. (2016) Phase-dependent climate-predator interactions explain three decades of variation in neonatal caribou survival. Journal of Animal Ecology 85: 445-456

For more information on my research program, please visit my website.