Published and accepted articles

  1. Van der Lee, G. H., C. Desjonquères, J. Sueur, M. H. S. Kraak & P. F. M. Verdonschot. 2020. Freshwater ecoacoustics: listening to the ecological status of multi-stressed lowland waters. Ecological Indicators.

  2. Greenhalgh, J. A., M. J. Genner, G. Jones, & C. Desjonquères. 2020. The role of freshwater bioacoustics in ecological research. WIREs Water.

  3. Linke, S., T. Gifford, & C. Desjonquères. 2020. Six steps towards operationalising freshwater ecoacoustic monitoring. Freshwater Biology, 65 (1), 1-6.

  4. Desjonquères, C., T. Gifford & S. Linke. 2020. Passive acoustic monitoring as a potential tool to survey animal and ecosystem processes in freshwater environments. Freshwater Biology, 65 (1), 7-19.

  5. Linke, S., E. Decker, T. Gifford, & C. Desjonquères. 2020. Diurnal variation in freshwater ecoacoustics: Implications for site‐level sampling design. Freshwater Biology, 65 (1), 86-95.

  6. Karaconstantis, C., C. Desjonquères, T. Gifford, & S. Linke. 2020. Spatio‐temporal heterogeneity in river sounds: Disentangling micro‐and macro‐variation in a chain of waterholes. Freshwater Biology, 65 (1), 96-106.

  7. Desjonquères C., F. Rybak, J. S. Ulloa, A. Kempf, A. Bar Hen & J. Sueur. 2020. Monitoring the acoustic activity of an aquatic insect population in relation to temperature, vegetation and noise. Freshwater Biology, 65 (1), 107-116.

  8. Moreira Sugai, L. S., C. Desjonquères, T. Silva, & D. Llusia. 2019. A roadmap for survey designs in terrestrial acoustic monitoring. Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation.

  9. Desjonquères, C., B. Speck & R. L. Rodríguez. 2019. Signalling interactions during ontogeny are a cause of social plasticity in Enchenopa treehoppers (Hemiptera: Membracidae). Behavioural processes, 166, 103887.

  10. Desjonquères, C., J. Maliszewski, E. N. Lewandowski , B. Speck & R. L. Rodríguez. 2019. Social ontogeny in the communication system of an insect. Animal Behaviour, 148, 93-103.

  11. Desjonquères C., F. Rybak, E. Castella, D. Llusia & J. Sueur. 2018. Acoustic communities reflects lateral hydrological connectivity in riverine floodplain similarly to macroinvertebrate communities. Scientific Report, 8 (1), 14387.

  12. Linke S., T. Gifford, C. Desjonquères, D. Tonolla, T. Aubin, L. Barclay, C. Karaconstantis, M. Kennard, F. Rybak & J. Sueur. 2018. Freshwater ecoacoustics as a tool for continuous ecosystem monitoring. Frontiers in Ecology and the environment, 16 (4), 231-238.

  13. Desjonquères, C., F. Rybak, M. Depraetere, A. Gasc, I. Le Viol, S. Pavoine, & J. Sueur. 2015. First description of underwater acoustic diversity in three temperate ponds. PeerJ, 3, e1393.

  14. Cooper, L. C., C. Desjonquères, & S.R. Leather. 2014. Cannibalism in the pea aphid, Acyrthosiphon pisum. Insect science, 21(6), 750-758.

Other publications

PhD dissertation: November, 21st 2016. Acoustic diversity and ecology of freshwater environments: exploration in temperate environments (PDF). Supervised by Jérôme Sueur and Fanny Rybak. Jury composed of Pr. Régis Céréghino (president of the jury and reporter), Pr. Almo Farina (reporter), Dr. Emmanuel Castella (examiner), Dr. Christian Kerbiriou (examiner) and Pr. Nicolas Mathevon (examiner).

Book review: Desjonquères, C. Ecoacoustics: The Ecological Role of Sounds edited by Almo Farina and Stuart H. Gage. 2018. The Quarterly Review of Biology. 93(2), 143-144.

Book Chapter: Rodríguez, R.L. & C. Desjonquères. Vibrational Signals: Sounds Transmitted Through Solids. 2019. In Encyclopedia of Animal Behaviour. Oxford: Elsevier.