Mathieu Mahamoud Issa, MSc

E-mail: mathieumahamoudissa@hotmail.fr
Phone: +48 829 5703

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RESEARCH INTEREST
My main scientific interest is to study the animal acoustic communication, how an individual is able to exploit information encoded in an acoustic signal and what kinds of information are encoded. I am currently investigating the communal signaling and cooperative behaviors in a duetting and chorusing bird species. I am also interested by the species conservation and species monitoring programs.

CURRENT PROJECT
Function and mechanisms of intra-group communication during territorial defense in a cooperative-breeding bird species, the Yellow-breasted Barbet (Trachyphonus margaritatus)

NCN Preludium Grant, project UMO-2017/27/N/NZ8/01554


SHORT CV
2015 - M.Sc. in Ethology / Ecology (with honors), Jean Monnet University, France
2013 - B.Sc. in Biology of organisms, Jean Monnet University, France

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PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

Linhart P, Mahamoud-Issa M, Stowell, Blumstein DT. (2022) The potential for acoustic individual identification in mammals. Mammalian Biology. DOI: 10.1007/s42991-021-00222-2

Linhart P, Mahamoud-Issa M, Stowell D, Blumstein DT. (2022) The potential for acoustic individual identification in mammals. Mammalian Biology DOI: 10.1007/s429991-0021-00222-2

Marin-Cudraz, T., Muffat-Joly, B., Novoa, C., Aubry, P., Desmet J-F., Mahmaoud-Issa, M., Nicolé, F., F., Van Niekerk, M.H., Mathevon, N., Sébe, F. (2019) Acoustic monitoring of rock ptarmigan: A multi-year comparison with point-count protocol. Ecological Indicators 101: 710-719.

Villain, A.S., Mahmoud-Issa, M., Doligez, B., Vignal, C. (2017) Vocal behaviour of mates at the nest in the White-throated Dipper Cinclus cinclus: contexts and structure of vocal interactions, pair-specific acoustic signature. Journal of Ornithology 158: 897-910.

Mahmoud-Issa, M., Marin-Cudraz, T., Party, V., Greenfield, M.D.(2017) Phylogeographic structure without pre-mating barriers: Do habitat fragmentation and low mobility preserve song and chorus diversity in a European bushcricket? Evolutionary Ecology 31: 865-884.