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Publications year 2008

The publications of international journals referenced ISI

Barbacci A, Constant T, Farre E, Harroue M, Nepveu G. 2008. Shiny beech wood is confirmed as an indicator of tension wood. Iawa Journal, 29: 35-46.

Berges L, Nepveu G, Franc A. 2008. Effects of ecological factors on radial growth and wood density components of sessile oak (Quercus petraea Liebl.) in Northern France. Forest Ecology and Management, 255: 567-579.

Christensen-Dalsgaard KK, Ennos AR, Fournier M. 2008. Are radial changes in vascular anatomy mechanically induced or an ageing process? Evidence from observations on buttressed tree root systems. Trees-Structure and Function, 22: 543-550.

Colin F, Robert N, Druelle JL, Fontaine F. 2008. Initial spacing has little influence on transient epicormic shoots in a 20-year-old sessile oak plantation. Annals of Forest Science, 65.

Collet C, Piboule A, Leroy O, Frochot H. 2008. Advance Fagus sylvatica and Acer pseudoplatanus seedlings dominate tree regeneration in a mixed broadleaved former coppice-with-standards forest. Forestry, 81: 135-150.

d'Annunzio R, Zeller B, Nicolas M, Dhote JF, Saint-Andre L. 2008. Decomposition of European beech (Fagus sylvatica) litter: Combining quality theory and N-15 labelling experiments. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 40: 322-333.

Delmotte L, Ganne-Chedeville C, Leban JM, Pizzi A, Pichelin F. 2008. CP-MAS C-13 NMR and FT-IR investigation of the degradation reactions of polymer constituents in wood welding. Polymer Degradation and Stability, 93: 406-412.

Ganne-Chedeville C, Duchanois G, Pizzi A, Leban JM, Pichelin F. 2008. Predicting the Thermal Behaviour of Wood During Linear Welding Using the Finite Element Method. Journal of Adhesion Science and Technology, 22: 1209-1221.

Ganne-Chedeville C, Duchanois G, Pizzi A, Pichelin F, Properzi M, Leban JM. 2008. Wood welded connections: Energy release rate measurement. Journal of Adhesion Science and Technology, 22: 169-179.

Ganne-Chedeville C, Properzi M, Leban JM, Pizzi A, Pichelin F. 2008. Wood welding: Chemical and physical changes according to the welding time. Journal of Adhesion Science and Technology, 22: 761-773.

Hapca A, Mothe F, Leban JM. 2008. Three-dimensional profile classification of standing trees using a stereophotogrammetric method. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research, 23: 46-52.


Leban JM, Mansouri HR, Omrani P, Pizzi A. 2008. Dependence of dowel welding on rotation rate. Holz Als Roh-Und Werkstoff, 66: 241-242.

Lenoir J, Gegout JC, Marquet PA, de Ruffray P, Brisse H. 2008. A significant upward shift in plant species optimum elevation during the 20th century. Science, 320: 1768-1771.

Letort V, Cournede PH, Mathieu A, de Reffye P, Constant T. 2008. Parametric identification of a functional-structural tree growth model and application to beech trees (Fagus sylvatica). Functional Plant Biology, 35: 951-963.

Longuetaud F, Seifert T, Leban JM, Pretzsch H. 2008. Analysis of long-term dynamics of crowns of sessile oaks at the stand level by means of spatial statistics. Forest Ecology and Management, 255: 2007-2019.

Marage D, Garraud L, Rameau JC. 2008. The influence of management history on spatial prediction of Eryngium spinalba, an endangered endemic species. Applied Vegetation Science, 11: 139-148.

Piedallu C, Gegout JC. 2008. Efficient assessment of topographic solar radiation to improve plant distribution models. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 148: 1696-1706.

Pinto PE, Gegout JC, Hervé JC, Dhote JF. 2008. Respective importance of ecological conditions and stand composition on Abies alba Mill. dominant height growth. Forest Ecology and Management, 255: 619-629.

Rossi S, Deslauriers A, Gricar J, Seo JW, Rathgeber CBK, Anfodillo T, Morin H, Levanic T, Oven P, Jalkanen R. 2008. Critical temperatures for xylogenesis in conifers of cold climates. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 17: 696-707.

Schimann H, Ponton S, Hattenschwiler S, Ferry B, Lensi R, Domenach AM, Roggy JC. 2008. Differing nitrogen use strategies of two tropical rainforest late successional tree species in French Guiana: Evidence from N-15 natural abundance and microbial activities. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 40: 487-494.

Seynave I, Gegout JC, Hervé JC, Dhote JF. 2008. Is the spatial distribution of European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) limited by its potential height growth? Journal of Biogeography, 35: 1851-1862.

Zahri S, Moubarik A, Charrier F, Chaix G, Bailleres H, Nepveu G, Charrier B. 2008. Quantitative assessment of total phenol contents of European oak (Quercus petraea and Quercus robur) by diffuse reflectance NIR spectroscopy on solid wood surfaces. Holzforschung, 62: 679-687.