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Publications since 2004

International reviewed journals

-Longuetaud F, Piboule A, Wernsdörfer H, Collet C (2013) Crown plasticity reduces inter-tree competition in a mixed broadleaved forest. European Journal of Forest Research DOI: 10.1007/s10342-013-0699-9

-Wernsdörfer H, Colin A, Bontemps JD, Chevalier H, Pignard G, Caurla S, Leban JM, Hervé JC, Fournier M (2012) Large scale dynamics of a heterogeneous forest resource are driven jointly by geographically varying growth conditions, tree species composition and stand structure. Annals of Forest Science 69:829-844

-Genet A, Wernsdörfer H, Jonard M, Pretzsch H, Rauch M, Ponette Q, Nys C, Legout A, Ranger J, Vallet P, Saint-André L (2011) Ontogeny partly explains the apparent heterogeneity of published biomass equations for Fagus sylvatica in central Europe. Forest Ecology and Management 261: 1188-1202

-Wernsdörfer H, Caron H, Gerber S, Cornu G, Rossi V, Mortier F, Gourlet-Fleury S (2011) Relationships between demography and gene flow and their importance for the conservation of tree populations in tropical forests under selective felling regimes. Conservation Genetics 12: 15-29

-Wernsdörfer H, Rossi V, Cornu G, Oddou-Muratorio S, Gourlet-Fleury S (2008) Impact of uncertainty in tree mortality on the predictions of a tropical forest dynamics model. Ecological Modelling 218: 290-306

-Wernsdörfer H, Le Moguédec G, Constant T, Mothe F, Nepveu G, Seeling U (2006) Modelling of the shape of red heartwood in beech trees (Fagus sylvatica L.) based on external tree characteristics. Annals of Forest Science 63: 905-913

-Wernsdörfer H, Le Moguédec G, Constant T, Mothe F, Seeling U, Nepveu G (2005) Approach to the estimation of red heart occurrence in Fagus sylvatica based on geometric relationships between branch scar development and knot dimensions. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 20: 448-455

-Wernsdörfer H, Constant T, Mothe F, Badia MA, Nepveu G, Seeling U (2005) Detailed analysis of the geometric relationship between external traits and the shape of red heartwood in beech trees (Fagus sylvatica L.). Trees – Structure and Function 19: 482-491

-Wernsdörfer H, Reck P, Seeling U, Becker G, Seifert T (2004) Identifying and measuring compression wood of Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) by using methods of digital image analysis. Holz als Roh- und Werkstoff (European Journal of Wood and Wood Products) 62: 243-252 (en allemand avec résumé en anglais)

National journals

-Genet A, Wernsdörfer H, Mothe F, Bock J, Ponette Q, Jonard M, Nys C, Legout A, Ranger J, Vallet P, Saint-André L (2011) Des modèles robustes et génériques de biomasse. Exemple du Hêtre. Revue Forestière Française 63: 179-190

-Wernsdörfer H, Gourlet-Fleury S (2008) L’exploitation du bois en Guyane française : quel impact sur l’évolution des espèces forestières ? Le CIRAD en 2007: 19-20 (ISBN: 978-2-87614-659-4)

-Wernsdörfer H, Constant T, Le Moguédec G, Mothe F, Nepveu G, Seeling U (2007) Le cœur rouge du hêtre est-il détectable sur pied ? RenDez-Vous techniques, ONF, hors-série n°2: 85-91

-Wernsdörfer H, Constant T, Le Moguédec G, Mothe F, Nepveu G, Seeling U (2006) Das Auftreten und die Form des Rotkerns in Buche (Fagus sylvatica L.) – Modellansätze auf der Ebene des Einzelbaums. Forst und Holz 61: 458-463

-Becker G, Seeling U, Wernsdörfer H (2005) Relations entre la sylviculture et la qualité du bois de Hêtre : l‘expérience allemande. Revue Forestière Française 57: 227-238

-Nepveu G, Constant T, Wernsdörfer H (2005) La qualité du bois de Hêtre : vingt ans après, quoi de neuf depuis la monographie INRA ? Revue Forestière Française 57: 239-248

Proceedings

-Deleuze C, Piboule A, Tricot E, Constant T, Longuetaud F, Mendow N, Rivoire M, Dassot M, Saint-André L, Genet A, Wernsdörfer H, Vallet P, Morneau F, Colin A, Bouvet A, Thivolle-Cazat A, Gauthier A, Jaeger M, Borianne P (2010) Reliable estimation of biomass in our forests? Proceedings, 18th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition, Lyon, France: 61-66 (ISBN: 978-88-89407-56-5)

-Wernsdörfer H, Constant T, Le Moguédec G, Mothe F, Nepveu G, Seeling U: Analysing red heartwood in Beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) related to external tree characteristics – towards the modelling of its occurrence and shape at the individual tree level. In: Nepveu G (Ed) Proceedings, 5th Workshop IUFRO WP Wood Quality Modelling, 20-27 November 2005, Waiheke Island, New Zealand. Sous presse

-Wernsdörfer H, Reck P, Seeling U (2004) Mapping and Predicting Resin Pockets in Stems of Norway Spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.). In: Nepveu G (Ed) Proceedings, 4th Workshop IUFRO WP Wood Quality Modelling, 8-15 September 2002, Harrison Hot Springs, Canada. Publication LERFoB/2004 INRA-ENGREF Nancy-France: 68-77