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Publications year 2015

The publications of international journals referenced ISI

Achat DL, Fortin M, Landmann G, Ringeval B, Augusto L , 2015 - Forest soil carbon is threatened by intensive biomass harvesting. Scientific Reports, 5: 15991.

Albrecht AT, Fortin M, Kohnle U, Ningre F, 2015 - Coupling a tree growth model with storm damage modeling - Conceptual approach and results of scenario simulations. Environmental Modelling & Software, 69: 63-76.

Balducci L, Deslauriers A, Giovannelli A, Beaulieu M, Delzon S, Rossi S, Rathgeber CBK, 2015 - How do drought and warming influence survival and wood traits of Picea mariana saplings? Journal of Experimental Botany, 66 (1): 377-389.

Boudouaya M, Benhassaini H, Bendimered-Mouri FZ, Mothe F, Fournier M, 2015 - Évaluation de la durabilité naturelle du bois de Pistacia atlantica Desf. du nord de l'Algérie. Bois Et Forets Des Tropiques, 325: 49-58.

Calama RA, Manso R, Barbeito I, Madrigal G, Garriga E, Gordo J, Montero G, Cañellas I, Pardos M , 2015 - Do inter-specific differences in seed size determine natural regeneration traits in Pinus pinea and Pinus sylvestris? Applied Ecology and Environmental Research, 13 (2): 387-404.

Calama RA, Puertolas J, Manso R, Pardos M , 2015 - Defining the optimal regeneration niche for Pinus pinea L. through physiology-based models for seedling survival and carbon assimilation. Trees-Structure and Function, 29 (6): 1761-1771.

Colin F, Laborie MP, Fortin M, 2015 - Wood properties: future needs, measurement and modelling. Annals of Forest Science, 72 (6): 665-670.

Cuny HE, Rathgeber CBK, Frank D, Fonti P, Makinen H, Prislan P, Rossi S, Martinez del Castillo E, Campelo F, Vavrcik H, Camarero JJ, Bryukhanova MV, Jyske T, Gricar J, Gryc V, de Luis M, Vieira J, Cufar K, Kirdyanov AV, Oberhuber W, Treml V, Huang JG, Li X, Swidrak I, Deslauri Fournier M, 2015 - Woody biomass production lags stem-girth increase by over one month in coniferous forests. Nature Plants, 1 (15160).

Dassot M, Collet C, 2015 - Manipulating seed availability, plant competition and litter accumulation by soil preparation and canopy opening to ensure regeneration success in temperate low-mountain forest stands. European Journal of Forest Research, 134 (2): 247-259.

Dassot M, Constant T, Ningre F, Fournier M, 2015 - Impact of stand density on tree morphology and growth stresses in young beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) stands. Trees-Structure and Function, 29 (2): 583-591.

Delpierre N, Vitasse Y, Chuine I, Guillemot J, Bazot S, Rutishauser T, Rathgeber CBK, 2015 - Temperate and boreal forest tree phenology: from organ-scale processes to terrestrial ecosystem models. Annals of Forest Science, 73 (1): 45778.

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Deroy A, Saiag F, Kebbi-Benkeder Z, Touahri N, Hecker A, Morel-Rouhier M, Colin F, Dumarcay S, Gérardin P, Gelhaye E , 2015 - The GSTome Reflects the Chemical Environment of White-Rot Fungi. Plos One, doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0137083.

Duchateau E, Auty D, Mothe F, Longuetaud F, Ung CH, Achim A , 2015 - Models of knot and stem development in black spruce trees indicate a shift in allocation priority to branches when growth is limited. PeerJ, 3: 1–24.

Hamada J, Pétrissans A, Mothe F, Ruelle J, Pétrissans M, Gérardin P , 2015 - Variations in the natural density of European oak wood affect thermal degradation during thermal modification. Annals of Forest Science, 73: 277-286.

Henneron L, Aubert M, Bureau F, Dumas Y, Ningre F, Perret S, Richter C, Balandier P, Chauvat M , 2015 - Forest management adaptation to climate change: a Cornelian dilemma between drought resistance and soil macro-detritivore functional diversity. Journal of Applied Ecology, 52 (4): 913-927.

Keyes CR, Manso R, 2015 - Climate-influenced ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa) seed masting trends in western Montana. Forest Systems, 24 (1).

Kebbi-Benkeder Z, Colin F, Dumarcay S, Gérardin P , 2015 - Quantification and characterization of knotwood extractives of 12 European softwood and hardwood species. Annals of Forest Science, 72 (2): 277-284.

Latte N, Lebourgeois F, Claessens H , 2015 - Increased tree-growth synchronization of beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) in response to climate change in northwestern Europe. Dendrochronologia, 33: 69-77.

Ledo A, Cayuela L, Manso R, Condes S , 2015 - Recruitment patterns and potential mechanisms of community assembly in an Andean cloud forest. Journal of Vegetation Science, 26 (5): 876-888.

Li L, Perré P, Frank X, Mazeau K , 2015 - A coarse-grain force-field for xylan and its interaction with cellulose. Carbohydrate Polymers, 127: 438-450.

Manso R, Morneau F, Ningre F, Fortin M, 2015 - Effect of climate and intra- and inter-specific competition on diameter increment in beech and oak stands. Forestry, 88 (5): 540-551.

Manso R, Morneau F, Ningre F, Fortin M, 2015 - Incorporating stochasticity from extreme climatic events and multi-species competition relationships into single-tree mortality models. Forest Ecology and Management, 354: 243-253.

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Morel H, Mangenet T, Beauchêne J, Ruelle J, Nicolini E, Heuret P, Thibaut B , 2015 - Seasonal variations in phenological traits: leaf shedding and cambial activity in Parkia nitida Miq. and Parkia velutina Benoist (Fabaceae) in tropical rainforest. Trees-Structure and Function, 29 (4): 973-984.

Moreno-Fernandez D, Cañellas I, Barbeito I, Sanchez-Gonzalez M, Ledo A , 2015 - Alternative approaches to assessing the natural regeneration of Scots pine in a Mediterranean forest. Annals of Forest Science, 72 (5): 569-583.

Moreno-Fernandez D, Diaz-Pines E, Barbeito I, Sanchez-Gonzalez M, Montes F, Rubio A, Cañellas I , 2015 - Temporal carbon dynamics over the rotation period of two alternative management systems in Mediterranean mountain Scots pine forests. Forest Ecology and Management, 348: 186-195.

Nieto-Lugilde D, Lenoir J, Abdulhak S, Aeschimann D, Dullinger S, Gégout JC, Guisan A, Pauli H, Renaud JP, Theurillat JP, Thuiller W, Van Es J, Vittoz P, Willner W, Wohlgemuth T, Zimmermann NE, Svenning JC , 2015 - Tree cover at fine and coarse spatial grains interacts with shade tolerance to shape plant species distributions across the Alps. Ecography, 38 (6): 578-589.

Olivar J, Rathgeber CBK, Bravo F , 2015 - Climate change, tree-ring width and wood density of pines in mediterranean environments. Iawa Journal, 36 (3): 257-269.

Pretzsch H, del Rio M, Ammer C, Avdagic A, Barbeito I, Bielak K, Brazaitis G, Coll L, Dirnberger G, Drossler L, Fabrika M, Forrester DI, Godvod K, Heym M, Hurt V, Kurylyak V, Lof M, Lombardi F, Matovic B, Mohren F, Motta R, den Ouden J, Pach M, Ponette Q, Schuetze G, Schweig J, Skrzyszewski J, Sramek V, Ste , 2015 - Growth and yield of mixed versus pure stands of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) and European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) analysed along a productivity gradient through Europe. European Journal of Forest Research, 134 (5): 927-947.

Ruano I, Manso R, Fortin M, Bravo F , 2015 - Extreme climate conditions limit seed availability to successfully attain natural regeneration of Pinus pinaster in sandy areas of central Spain. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 45 (12): 1795-1802.

Thibaut B, Denaud L, Collet R, Marchal R, Beauchêne J, Mothe F, Méausoone PJ, Martin P, Larricq P, Eyma F , 2015 - Wood machining with a focus on French research in the last 50 years. Annals of Forest Science, 73: 163-184.

Toigo M, Vallet P, Tuilleras V, Lebourgeois F, Rozenberg P, Perret S, Courbaud B, Perot T , 2015 - Species mixture increases the effect of drought on tree ring density, but not on ring width, in Quercus petraea Pinus sylvestris stands. Forest Ecology and Management, 345: 73-82.

Toigo M, Vallet P, Perot T, Bontemps JD, Piedallu C, Courbaud B , 2015 - Overyielding in mixed forests decreases with site productivity. Journal of Ecology, 103 (2): 502-512.

Trouvé R, Bontemps JD, Seynave I, Collet C, Lebourgeois F, 2015 - Stand density, tree social status and water stress influence allocation in height and diameter growth of Quercus petraea (Liebl.). Tree Physiology, 35 (10): 1035-1046.

Wasof S, Lenoir J, Aarrestad PA, Alsos IG, Armbruster WS, Austrheim G, Bakkestuen V, Birks HJB, Brathen KA, Broennimann O, Brunet J, Bruun HH, Dahlberg CJ, Diekmann M, Dullinger S, Dynesius M, Ejrnaes R, Gégout JC, Graae BJ, Grytnes JA, Guisan A, Hylander K, Jonsdottir IS, Kapfer J, Klanderud K, Luoto M, Milbau A, Moora M, Nygaard B, Odland A, Pauli H, Ravolainen V, Reinhardt S, Sandvik SM, Schei FH, Speed JDM, Svenning JC, Thuiller W, Tveraabak LU, Vandvik V, Vel , 2015 - Disjunct populations of European vascular plant species keep the same climatic niches. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 24 (12): 1401-1412.

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