Publications

Merceron et al., 2021

Francisco et al., 2017

Berlioz et al., 2017

Articles :

2021

_ Merceron, G., Berlioz, E., Vonhof, H., Green, D., Garel, M., & Tütken, T. (2021). Tooth tales told by dental diet proxies: An alpine community of sympatric ruminants as a model to decipher the ecology of fossil fauna. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 562, 110077. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.palaeo.2020.110077 Abstract…

2020

_ Catz, Natacha, Olivier Bignon‐Lau, et Gildas Merceron. « Reindeer feeding ecology and hunting strategies by Magdalenians from Pincevent (Paris Basin, France): New insights from dental microwear textural analyses ». International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 30, no 4 (2020): 519‑28. Abstract…

2019

_ Hullot, Manon, Pierre-Olivier Antoine, Manuel Ballatore, et Gildas Merceron. « Dental microwear textures and dietary preferences of extant rhinoceroses (Perissodactyla, Mammalia) ». Mammal Research 64, no 3 (2019): 397‑409. Abstract…

_ Martin, Florian, Chris-Alexander Plastiras, Auria Kallend, Arthur Francisco, Jean-renaud Boisserie, et Gildas Merceron. « Differences in dietary habits between papionins and hominins from the Shungura Formation, Ethiopia: evidence from an improved Dental Microwear Texture Analysis based on surface sampling on phases I and II molar facets ». American Journal of Physical Anthropology 168, no s68 (2019): 156. Abstract…

_ Peigné, Stéphane, et Gildas Merceron. « Palaeoecology of cave bears as evidenced by dental wear analysis: a review of methods and recent findings ». Historical Biology 31, no 4 (2019): 448‑60. Abstract…

_ Sewell, Lauren, G. Merceron, P. J. Hopley, B. Zipfel, et Sally C. Reynolds. « Using springbok (Antidorcas) dietary proxies to reconstruct inferred palaeovegetational changes over 2 million years in Southern Africa ». Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 23 (2019): 1014‑28. Abstract…

2018

_ Berlioz, Émilie, Dimitris S. Kostopoulos, Cécile Blondel, et Gildas Merceron. « Feeding ecology of Eucladoceros ctenoides as a proxy to track regional environmental variations in Europe during the early Pleistocene ». Comptes Rendus Palevol 17, no 4‑5 (2018): 320‑32. Abstract…

_ Blondel, C., Rowan, J., Merceron, G., Bibi, F., Negash, E., Barr, W.A., Boisserie, J.-R., 2018. Feeding ecology of Tragelaphini (Bovidae) from the Shungura Formation, Omo Valley, Ethiopia: Contribution of dental wear analyses. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.palaeo.2018.01.027. Abstract…

_ Francisco, A., Blondel, C., Brunetière, N., Ramdarshan, A., Merceron, G., 2018. Enamel surface topography analysis for diet discrimination. A methodology to enhance and select discriminative parameters. Surface Topography: Metrology and Properties 6, 015002. Abstract…

_ Francisco, Arthur, Noël Brunetière, et Gildas Merceron. « Gathering and analyzing surface parameters for diet identification purposes ». Technologies 6, no 3 (2018): 75. Abstract…

_ Martin, F., Plastiras, C. A., Merceron, G., Souron, A., & Boisserie, J. R. (2018). Dietary niches of terrestrial cercopithecines from the Plio-Pleistocene Shungura Formation, Ethiopia: evidence from dental microwear texture analysis. Scientific reports, 8(1), 1-13. DOI:10.1038/s41598-018-32092-z. Abstract…

_ Percher, Alice M., Gildas Merceron, Gontran Nsi Akoue, Jordi Galbany, Alejandro Romero, et Marie JE Charpentier. « Dental microwear textural analysis as an analytical tool to depict individual traits and reconstruct the diet of a primate ». American journal of physical anthropology 165, no 1 (2018): 123‑38. Abstract…

_ Rowan, John, Pietro Martini, Andossa Likius, Gildas Merceron, et Jean-Renaud Boisserie. « New Pliocene remains of Camelus grattardi (Mammalia, Camelidae) from the Shungura Formation, Lower Omo Valley, Ethiopia, and the evolution of African camels ». Historical Biology, 2018. Abstract…

2017

_ Berlioz, Emilie, Concepción Azorit, Cécile Blondel, María Sierra Tellado Ruiz, et Gildas Merceron. « Deer in an arid habitat: dental microwear textures track feeding adaptability ». Hystrix, the Italian Journal of Mammalogy 28, no 2 (2017): 222‑30. Abstract…

_ Bignon-Lau, Olivier, Natacha Catz, Emilie Berlioz, Vebjørn Veiberg, Olav Strand, et Gildas Merceron. « Dental microwear textural analyses to track feeding ecology of reindeer: a comparison of two contrasting populations in Norway ». Mammal research 62, no 1 (2017): 111‑20. Abstract…

_ Merceron, Gildas, Cécile Blondel, Noël Brunetiere, Arthur Francisco, Denis Gautier, et Anusha Ramdarshan. « Dental microwear and controlled food testing on sheep: the TRIDENT project ». Biosurface and Biotribology 3, no 4 (2017): 174‑83. Abstract…

_ Ramdarshan, Anusha, Cecile Blondel, Denis Gautier, Jerome Surault, et Gildas Merceron. « Overcoming sampling issues in dental tribology: insights from an experimentation on sheep ». Palaeontol. Electron 20, no 3 (2017): 1‑19. Abstract…

_ Thiery, Ghislain, Geoffrey Gillet, Vincent Lazzari, Gildas Merceron, et Franck Guy. « Was Mesopithecus a seed eating colobine? Assessment of cracking, grinding and shearing ability using dental topography ». Journal of human evolution 112 (2017): 79‑92. Abstract…

_ Zhou, Zhongrong, Paul Constantino, Mark Hoffman, Mugino Kubo, Gildas Merceron, Mark Purnell, et Mark F. Teaford. « Dental Biotribology: Final thoughts and future directions ». Biosurface and Biotribology 3, no 4 (2017): 119. Abstract…

2016

_ Calandra, Ivan, et Gildas Merceron. « Dental microwear texture analysis in mammalian ecology ». Mammal Review 46, no 3 (2016): 215‑28. Abstract…

_ Calandra, Ivan, Karol Zub, Paulina A. Szafrańska, Andrzej Zalewski, et Gildas Merceron. « Silicon-based plant defences, tooth wear and voles ». Journal of Experimental Biology 219 (2016): 501‑7. Abstract…

_ Merceron, Gildas, Alice Novello, et Robert S. Scott. « Paleoenvironments inferred from phytoliths and dental microwear texture analyses of meso-herbivores ». Geobios 49, no 1‑2 (2016): 135‑46. Abstract…

_ Merceron, Gildas, Anusha Ramdarshan, Cécile Blondel, Jean-Renaud Boisserie, Noël Brunetiere, Arthur Francisco, Denis Gautier, Xavier Milhet, Alice Novello, et Dimitri Pret. « Untangling the environmental from the dietary: dust does not matter ». Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283, no 1838 (2016): 20161032. Abstract…

_ Ramdarshan, Anusha, Cécile Blondel, Noël Brunetière, Arthur Francisco, Denis Gautier, Jérôme Surault, et Gildas Merceron. « Seeds, browse, and tooth wear: a sheep perspective ». Ecology and evolution 6, no 16 (2016): 5559‑69. Abstract…

_ RAMDARSHAN, Anusha, et Gildas MERCERON. « What do fossil samples actually represent? Dental facet and tooth representativity in performing repeatable dental microwear textural measurements ». Journal of Human Evolution 51, no 4 (2016): 339‑49. Abstract…

2015

_ Souron, Antoine, Gildas Merceron, Cécile Blondel, Noël Brunetière, Marc Colyn, Emilia Hofman-Kamińska, et Jean-Renaud Boisserie. « Three-dimensional dental microwear texture analysis and diet in extant Suidae (Mammalia: Cetartiodactyla) ». Mammalia 79, no 3 (2015): 279‑91. Abstract…

2014

_ Merceron, Gildas, Emilia Hofman-Kamińska, et Rafał Kowalczyk. « 3D dental microwear texture analysis of feeding habits of sympatric ruminants in the Białowieża Primeval Forest, Poland ». Forest Ecology and Management 328 (2014): 262‑69. Abstract…

Communications :

2021

_ Margot LOUAIL, Dimitri NEAUX, Stéphane FERCHAUD, Antoine SOURON, Gildas MERCERON – “Investigating the relationship between diet and mandibular morphology: new insights from a controlled-feeding experiment on domestic pigs” –  11ème Symposium de Morphométrie et Evolution des Formes, June 30-July 2, 2021.

_ RST 2021 (Lyon, France) Présentation orale : BERLIOZ, E., KOSTOPOULOS, D., BLONDEL, C., and MERCERON, G. Feeding ecology of European Early Pleistocene Deer: what does it tell us?

2020

_ Uno, Kevin, Gildas Merceron, Morgan Brown, F. Guy, Leslea Hlusko, Jérémy Martin, Vincent Balter, Antoine Souron, et Jean-Renaud Boisserie. « Combining fossil enamel stable isotopes and dental microwear texture analysis to assess dietary niche-partitioning among primates (Cercopithecidae and Hominidae) from the Lower Omo Valley, Ethiopia. » In European Society for the study of Human Evolution, 2020. Abstract…

_ SVP 2020 (conférence en ligne) MERCERON, G. BERLIOZ, E, VONHOF, H., GREEN, D., GAREL, M., BOURGON, N., TÜTKEN, T. « Ground truthing dental ecological proxies on a modern alpine community of sympatric ruminants » (http://vertpaleo.org/Home.aspx)

2019

_ ECM8 2019(Varsovie, Pologne) : Présentation orale : BERLIOZ, E., MERCERON,G., COLYN,M. « Rusa deer, an invasive species : inter & intra-population ecology, diet and dental microwear » (https://www.ecm8.org/)

_ INQUA 2019 (Dublin, Irelande) : Présentation orale : BERLIOZ, E., KOSTOPOULOS, D., BLONDEL, C., and MERCERON, G. Feeding ecology of European Early Pleistocene Deer: what does it tell us about the paleoenvironmental context early Homo faced in Europe? (http://www.inqua2019.org/)

2017

_ RCMNS 2017 (Athènes, Grèce) : Poster : PLASTIRAS C. A., BERLIOZ E., MERCERON G., GUY F. and KOSTOPOULOS D. Exploring the feeding ecology and habitat of the primate from Dafnero-3. (http://www.rcmns2017.com/)

_ ISDM-IAPO 2017 (Bordeaux, France) : Poster: BERLIOZ, E., KOSTOPOULOS, D., BLONDEL, C., and MERCERON, G. Exploring the dietary plasticity of Eucladoceros ctenoides: what does its occurrence in the fossil record mean? (https://isdm-iapo-2017.sciencesconf.org/)

2016

_ Noël BRUNETIERE, Arthur FRANCISCO, Cécile BLONDEL, Anusha RAMDARSHAN, Gildas MERCERON  “TRIDENT – Exploration towards new parameters to explore variations in enamel textures” – 5th International Conference on Surface Metrology, April 4–7, 2016 • Poznan University of Technology, Poland. Abstract…

_ Gildas MERCERON, Cécile BLONDEL, Noël BRUNETIERE, Arthur FRANCISCO, Denis GAUTIER, Anusha RAMDARSHAN – “TRIDENT: a tool for (paleo-)ecologists” – 5th International Conference on Surface Metrology, April 4–7, 2016 • Poznan University of Technology, Poland.

_ Anusha RAMDARSHAN, Gildas MERCERON – “What do fossil samples actually represent? Dental facet and tooth representativity in performing repeatable dental microwear textural measurements” – 5th International Conference on Surface Metrology, April 4–7, 2016 • Poznan University of Technology, Poland. Abstract…

_ Arthur FRANCISCO, Noël BRUNETIERE, Emilie Berlioz, Anusha RAMDARSHAN, Gildas MERCERON – “TRIDENT – Surface sampling as diet discrimination enhancement” – 5th International Conference on Surface Metrology, April 4–7, 2016 • Poznan University of Technology, Poland. Abstract…

_ BERLIOZ Emilie, AZORIT Concepción, BLONDEL Cécile, MERCERON Gildas – “Ecology of two sympatric cervids from Spain: confronting data from stomach contents and dental microwear texture” – 5th International Conference on Surface Metrology, April 4–7, 2016 • Poznan University of Technology, Poland. Abstract…

_ ICSM 2016 (Poznan, Pologne): Poster: HOFMAN-KAMINSKA, E., MERCERON, G., RAMDARSHAN, A., BERLIOZ, E., and KOWALCZYK, R. Textural analysis to track the history of large herbivores.

_ EAVP 2016 (Haarlem, Pays-Bas): Présentation orale: BERLIOZ, E., KOSTOPOULOS, D., BLONDEL, C., and MERCERON, G. Ecology of early Pleistocene cervids from the Balkans inferred from dental microwear texture analysis. (http://icsm2016.put.poznan.pl/)

_ DIPEE 2016 (Tours, France): Présentation orale : BERLIOZ, E., KOSTOPOULOS, D., BLONDEL, C., and MERCERON, G. Alimentation et abrasion dentaire des cervidés: un outil pour la compréhension des environnements actuels et passés.

2015

_ YNHM 2015 (Paris, France): Poster: BERLIOZ, E., KOSTOPOULOS, D., BLONDEL, C., and MERCERON, G. Ecology of Pleistocene cervids from the Balkans inferred from dental microwear texture analyses. (https://ynhm.sciencesconf.org/).

Diffusions :

_ Janvier 2021. Comprendre l’impact du cerf sur le paysage calédonien par l’étude de son alimentation. La voix des Grandes Fougères.

_ Microscoop 81, 8-9 : Berlioz E, Merceron G. « Le cerf rusa, un cervidé à la dent dure », 2020

_ Conférence : Un paléontologue à la ferme – Fête de la Science 2019 : http://palevoprim.labo.univ-poitiers.fr/80-ans-cnrs/fete-de-la-science-2019/11-octobre/

_ Microscoop hors-série, 24-25 : “Des brebis limousines aux antilopes fossiles de l’Omo”, octobre 2015

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