Pdf reprints of publications can be sent on request, or downloaded below.

McKenzie, V.J., Song, S.J., Delsuc, F., Prest, T.L., Oliverio, A.M., Korpita, T.M., Alexiev, A., Amato, K.R., Metcalf, J.L., Kowalewski, M., Avenant, N.L., Link, A., Di Fiore, A., Seguin-Orlando, A., Feh, C., Orlando, L., Mendelson, J.R., Sanders, J., Knight, R., 2017. The Effects of Captivity on the Mammalian Gut Microbiome. Integrative and Comparative Biology 57, 690–704. link

Metcalf, J.L., Song, S.J., Morton, J.T., Weiss, S., Seguin-Orlando, A., Joly, F., Feh, C., Taberlet, P., Coissac, E., Amir, A., Willerslev, E., Knight, R., McKenzie, V., Orlando, L., 2017. Evaluating the impact of domestication and captivity on the horse gut microbiome. Scientific Reports 7. link

Sabatier, R., Joly, F., Hubert, B., 2017. Assessing both ecological and engineering resilience of a steppe agroecosystem using the viability theory. Agricultural Systems 157, 146–156.

Joly, F., Sabatier, R., Hubert, B., Munkhtuya, B., 2017. Livestock productivity as indicator of vulnerability to climate hazards: a Mongolian case study. Natural Hazards.

Górecka-Bruzda, A., Fureix, C., Ouvrard, A., Bourjade, M., Hausberger, M., 2016. Investigating determinants of yawning in the domestic (Equus caballus) and Przewalski (Equus ferus przewalskii) horses. The Science of Nature 103.

Bourjade, M., Thierry, B., Hausberger, M., Petit, O., 2015. Is Leadership a Reliable Concept in Animals? An Empirical Study in the Horse. PLOS ONE 10, e0126344.

Der Sarkissian et al. September 2015. Evolutionary Genomics and Conservation of the Endangered Przewalski's Horse. Current Biology. link

Joly, F. 2015. Dynamics of a pastoral system of the Mongolian Gobi exposed to climate hazards: a resilience-based case study in a viability framework, PhD Thesis, ABIES / AgroParisTech, France link

Joly, F., Mesléard, F., Feh, C. 2014. La réintroduction du Cheval de Przewalski en Mongolie : la population de Khomyn Tal - zone tampon du Parc National de Khar Us nuur. In Sciences de la conservation. M., Gauthier-Clerc, F., Mesléard, J., Blondel, eds. De Boeck. Louvain-la-Neuve. lien

Joly, F., T. Samdanjigmed, V. Cottereau, C. Feh. 2013.
Ecological constraints on and consequences of land use heterogeneity: A case study of the Mongolian Gobi. Journal of Arid Environments, 95: 84-91. link

Joly, F., Saïdi, S., Begz, T. & Feh, C. 2012.
Key resource areas of an arid grazing system of the Mongolian Gobi. Mongolian Journal of Biological Sciences, 10(1-2): 13-24. pdf

Bourjade, M., Tatin, L., King, S. R. B. & Feh, C. 2009.
Early reproductive success, preceding bachelor ranks and their behavioural correlates in young Przewalski's stallions.Ethology, Ecology and Evolution. 21(1):1-14

Tatin, L., King, S. R. B., Munkhtuya, B., Hewison, A. J. M. & Feh, C. 2009.
Demography of a socially natural herd of Przewalski's horses: an example of a small, closed population. Journal of Zoology. 277: 134-140.

Feh, C. & Munkhtuya, B. 2008.
Male infanticide and paternity analyses in a socially natural herd of Przewalski's horses: Sexual selection? Behavioural Processes. 78: 335-339. publishers' link

Joly, F., S. Saidi, T. Samdanjigmed, S.B. King, C. Feh 2008.
Forage resource utlization in Mongolia. In: A paradigm shift in livestock management: from resource sufficiency to functional integrity. Ed. By Kammili, T., B. Hubert, Jean-Francois Tourrand.

Feh, C., 2005.
Relationships and communication in socially natural horse herds. In: The Domestic Horse: the Evolution, Development and Management of its Behaviour. Ed. by Daniel Mills & Sue McDonnell, Cambridge University Press. google books link

Feh, C., Munkhtuya, B., Enkhbold, S. & Sukhbaatar, T., 2001.
Ecology and social structure of the Gobi khulan Equus hemionus subsp. in the Gobi National Park, Mongolia. Biological Conservation, 101: 51 – 61. pdf

Reading, R., Mix, H., Lhagvasuren, B., Feh, C., Kane, D., Dulamtseren, S. & Enkhbold, S.  2001.
Status and distribution of khulan, Equus hemionus, in Mongolia. Journal of Zoology: Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, 254: 381 – 389. pdf

Feh, C.,2001.
Alliances between stallions are more than just multi- male groups: reply to Linklater & Cameron. Animal Behaviour, 61:  27 – 30

Tatin, L., Dutoit, T. & Feh, C. 2000.
Impact du pâturage par les chevaux de Przewalski (Equus przewalskii) sur les populations d'orthoptères du Causse Méjean (Lozère, France). Revue d’Ecologie Terre et Vie. 55: 241-261. pdf

Feh, C., 1999.
Alliances and reproductive success in Camargue stallions. Animal Behaviour, 57: 705 – 713. pdf

Monard, A-M., Duncan, P., Fritz, H. & Feh, C. 1997.
Variations in birth sex ratio and neonatal mortality in a natural herd of horses. Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology,41: 243 – 249. pdf

Tourenq, C. Avirmed, A. Munkhtuya, B. & Feh, C. 1996.
Observations ornithologiques dans  le sud-ouest de la Mongolia. Alauda, 64(3): 355-362, 405 –412. pdf 1ère partie, pdf 2ème partie

Tourenq, C., Munkhtuya, B., Feh, C., Avirmed, A. 1995.
Observations on waders in the  south-west of Mongolia in July and August 1993. Wader Study Group Bulletin, 77: 32 – 37. pdf

Feh, C. & Boldsukh, T. & Tourenq, C. 1994.
Are family groups in equids a response to cooperative hunting by predators? The case of Mongolian Khulans (Equus hemionus luteus). Revue d’Ecologie Terre et Vie, 49: 11 – 20. pdf

Feh, C. Marks, A. & Avirmed, A. 1993.
Have male-female cooperative breeding groups in Mongolian Kulans (Equus hemionus) evolved in response to cooperative hunting methods of wolves (Canis lupus)? Proceedings of the Mongolian Academy of Sciences, No. 1 Ulaan Baatar.

Feh, C. & de Mazières,J. 1993.
Grooming at preferred site reduces heart rate in horses. Animal Behaviour, 46: 1191 – 1194 pdf

Feh, C. 1992.
The complex social system of horses and its relevance to the reintroduction of Takhis (Equus przewalski) in Mongolia. Proceedings of the Symposium “Biologische Ressourcen der Mongolischen Volksrepublik”, Universität Halle.

Feh, C. 1990. Long-term Paternity Data in relation to different Aspects of Rank for Camargue Stallions. Animal Behaviour, 40(5): 995 - 996.

Feh, C. 1988. Social behaviour and social relationships of Przewaski horses in Dutch Semi-reserves, Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 21: 71 - 89.

Feh, C. 1988. Les relations sociales des chevaux en liberté. Compte rendu des journées d’Ethologie Equine Arcaval, Paris.

Feh, C. 1987. Etude du développement des relations sociales chez des étalons de race Camargue et leur contribution à l’organisation sociale du groupe. Diplôme de recherche universitaire, Neurosciences comportementales, Université d’Aix-Marseille II, 196 pages.

Duncan, P., Feh, C., Malkas, P., Gleize J-C. & A. M. Scott 1984.
Reduction of inbreeding in a natural herd of horses, Animal Behaviour, 32: 520 – 528 pdf

Post-graduate theses

Lardy, S. & Latapie, S. 2008.
Morphometric study of Przewalski’s horses skulls in collaboration with TAKH association. Doctorat Veterinaire. Faculty of Medicine de Creteil, Ecole Nationale Veterinaire d’Alfort, France.

Samdanjigmed, T. 2008.
Current situation of pasture usage and socioeconomy of herders of Khomyn Tal. Magister thesis. Khovd University, Mongolia.

Tsevelmaa B. 2008.
Vegetation mapping of Khomiin Tal. Magister thesis. Khovd University, Mongolia.

Allen, S. 2007.
Le cheval dans l'art paléolithique de la Dordogne : animation et comportement. Masters thesis. Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium.

Bourjade, M. 2007.
Sociogenèse et expression des comportements individuels et collectifs chez le cheval. Doctoral thesis. Université Louis Pasteur Strasbourg, France.

Munkhtogtokh, D. 2007.
Feeding preferences of reintroduced Przewalski mares. Magister thesis. Khovd University, Mongolia.

Munkhtuya, B. 2005. Behaviour and ecology implications for conservation of equid species in Mongolia. Ph.D. thesis. Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic.