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FORTIN Mathieu

photo Mathieu Fortin
Associate Professor, AgroParisTech, Forestry and reforestation, Department SIAFEE

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LERFoB (Forest-Wood Research Unit)
UMR INRA-AgroParisTech 1092
Forestry and reforestation Team
Centre AGROPARISTECH site de Nancy
14 rue Girardet
F54042 Nancy cedex
Phone: +33(0)3 83 39 68 71

• Scientific interest:

   ►Research topics

  • Forest growth modeling at the tree, stand and management unit levels
  • Stochastic simulations of forest stand dynamics
  • Design of statistical estimators for the prediction of forest resources
  • Decision support tool programming

Publications since 2003

• Recent publications:

-Fortin, M., S. Delisle-Boulianne et D. Pothier. Sous presse.Considering spatial correlations between binary response variables in forestry: An example applied to tree harvest modeling.Forest Science. 

-Fortin, M., R. Schneider et J.-P. Saucier. Sous presse. Volume and error variance estimation using integrated stem taper models. Forest Science. 

-Fortin, M. Sous presse. Population-averaged predictions with generalized linear mixed-effects models in forestry: An estimator based on Gauss-Hermite quadrature. Canadian Journal of Forest Research.

-Fortin, M., et F. Ningre. Sous presse. Réduire les émission de gaz à effet de serre et produire du bois d'oeuvre de Chêne sessile en 100 ans en futaie régulière : deux objectifs conciliables? Revue Forestière Française.

-Bonnesoeur, V., M. Fournier, J. Bock, V. Badeau, M. Fortin et F. Colin. Sous presse. Improving statistical windthrow modeling for two Fagus sylvatica stand structures through mechanical analysis. Forest Ecology and Management.

-Manso, R., M. Fortin, R. Calama et M. Pardos. Sous presse. Modelling seed germination in forest tree species through survival analysis: The Pinus pinea L. case study. Forest Ecology and Management.

-Genest, C., A.K. Nikoloulopoulos, L.-P. Rivest et M. Fortin. Sous presse.Predicting dependent binary outcomes through logistic regressions and meta-elliptical copulas. Brazilian Journal of Probability and Statistics.

-Colin, F., A. Sanjines, M. Fortin, J.-D. Bontemps et E. Nicolini. 2012. Fagus sylvatica trunk epicormics in relation to primary and secondary growth. Annals of Botany 110: 995-1005.

-Colin, F., F. Ningre, M. Fortin et S. Huet. 2012.Quantification of Quercus petraeaLiebl. Forking based on a 23-year-long longitudinal survey. Forest Ecology and Management 282: 133-141.

-Fortin, M., F. Ningre, N. Robert et F. Mothe. 2012. Quantifying the impact of forest management on the carbon balance of the forest-wood product chain: A case study applied to even-aged oak stands in France. Forest Ecology and Management 279: 176-188.

-Cuny, H.E., C.B.K. Rathgeber, F. Lebourgeois, M. Fortin et M. Fournier. 2012. Life strategies in intra-annual dynamics of wood formation : example of three conifer species in a temperate forest in north-east France. Tree physiology 32: 612-625.

-Fortin, M., et L. Langevin. 2012. Stochastic or deterministic single-tree based models: is there any difference in growth predictions? Annals of Forest Science 69: 271-282.

-Schneider, R., M. Fortin, F. Berninger, C.-H. Ung, D.E. Swift et S.Y. Zhang. 2011. Modeling jack pine (Pinus banksiana) foliage density distribution. Forest Science 57(3): 180-188.

-Fortin, M., et J. DeBlois. 2010. A statistical estimator to propagate height prediction errors into a general volume model. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 40: 1930-1939.

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