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Bellassen V, Le Maire G, Dhote JF, Ciais P, Viovy N. 2010. Modelling forest management within a global vegetation model Part 1: Model structure and general behaviour. Ecological Modelling, 221: 2458-2474.

Bontemps JD, Hervé JC, Dhote JF. 2010. Dominant radial and height growth reveal comparable historical variations for common beech in north-eastern France. Forest Ecology and Management, 259: 1455-1463.

Bugmann H, Palahi M, Bontemps JD, Tome M. 2010. Trends in modeling to address forest management and environmental challenges in Europe Introduction. Forest Systems, 19: 3-7.

Caquet B, Montpied P, Dreyer E, Epron D, Collet C. 2010. Response to canopy opening does not act as a filter to Fagus sylvatica and Acer sp advance regeneration in a mixed temperate forest. Annals of Forest Science, 67.

Charru M, Seynave I, Morneau F, Bontemps JD. 2010. Recent changes in forest productivity: An analysis of national forest inventory data for common beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) in north-eastern France. Forest Ecology and Management, 260: 864-874.

Colin F, Ducousso A, Fontaine F. 2010. Epicormics in 13-year-old Quercus petraea: small effect of provenance and large influence of branches and growth unit limits. Annals of Forest Science, 67.

Colin F, Mechergui R, Dhote JF, Fontaine F. 2010. Epicormic ontogeny on Quercus petraea trunks and thinning effects quantified with the epicormic composition. Annals of Forest Science, 67.

Colin F, Mothe F, Freyburger C, Morisset JB, Leban JM, Fontaine F. 2010. Tracking rameal traces in sessile oak trunks with X-ray computer tomography: biological bases, preliminary results and perspectives. Trees-Structure and Function, 24: 953-967.

Elegbede CF, Pierrat JC, Aguayo J, Husson C, Halkett F, Marcais B. 2010. A Statistical Model to Detect Asymptomatic Infectious Individuals with an Application in the Phytophthora alni-Induced Alder Decline. Phytopathology, 100: 1262-1269.

Ferry B, Morneau F, Bontemps JD, Blanc L, Freycon V. 2010. Higher treefall rates on slopes and waterlogged soils result in lower stand biomass and productivity in a tropical rain forest. Journal of Ecology, 98: 106-116.

Fontes L, Bontemps JD, Bugmann H, Van Oijen M, Gracia C, Kramer K, Lindner M, Rotzer T, Skovsgaard JP. 2010. Models for supporting forest management in a changing environment. Forest Systems, 19: 8-29.

Franceschini T, Bontemps JD, Gelhaye P, Rittie D, Hervé JC, Gegout JC, Leban JM. 2010. Decreasing trend and fluctuations in the mean ring density of Norway spruce through the twentieth century. Annals of Forest Science, 67.

Jaouen G, Fournier M, Almeras T. 2010. Thigmomorphogenesis versus light in biomechanical growth strategies of saplings of two tropical rain forest tree species. Annals of Forest Science, 67.

Lebourgeois F, Pierrat JC, Perez V, Piedallu C, Cecchini S, Ulrich E. 2010. Simulating phenological shifts in French temperate forests under two climatic change scenarios and four driving global circulation models. International Journal of Biometeorology, 54: 563-581.

Lebourgeois F, Rathgeber CBK, Ulrich E. 2010. Sensitivity of French temperate coniferous forests to climate variability and extreme events (Abies alba, Picea abies and Pinus sylvestris). Journal of Vegetation Science, 21: 364-376.

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Lemperiere G, Marage D. 2010. The influence of forest management and habitat on insect communities associated with dead wood: a case study in forests of the southern French Alps.Insect Conservation and Diversity, 3: 236-245

Lenoir J, Gegout JC, Dupouey JL, Bert D, Svenning JC. 2010. Forest plant community changes during 1989-2007 in response to climate warming in the Jura Mountains (France and Switzerland). Journal of Vegetation Science, 21: 949-964.

Lenoir J, Gegout JC, Guisan A, Vittoz P, Wohlgemuth T, Zimmermann NE, Dullinger S, Pauli H, Willner W, Grytnes JA, Virtanen R, Svenning JC. 2010. Cross-Scale Analysis of the Region Effect on Vascular Plant Species Diversity in Southern and Northern European Mountain Ranges. Plos One, 5.

Lenoir J, Gegout JC, Guisan A, Vittoz P, Wohlgemuth T, Zimmermann NE, Dullinger S, Pauli H, Willner W, Svenning JC. 2010. Going against the flow: potential mechanisms for unexpected downslope range shifts in a warming climate. Ecography, 33: 295-303.

Mansouri HR, Leban JM, Pizzi A. 2010. High Density Panels Obtained by Welding of Wood Veneers without any Adhesives. Journal of Adhesion Science and Technology, 24: 1529-1534.

Mansouri HR, Pizzi A, Leban JM. 2010. End-grain butt joints obtained by friction welding of high density eucalyptus wood. Wood Science and Technology, 44: 399-406.

Nouvellon Y, Laclau JP, Epron D, Kinana A, Mabiala A, Roupsard O, Bonnefond JM, Le Maire G, Marsden C, Bontemps JD, Saint-Andre L. 2010. Within-stand and seasonal variations of specific leaf area in a clonal Eucalyptus plantation in the Republic of Congo. Forest Ecology and Management, 259: 1796-1807.

Perot T, Goreaud F, Ginisty C, Dhote JF. 2010. A model bridging distance-dependent and distance-independent tree models to simulate the growth of mixed forests. Annals of Forest Science, 67.

Plue J, Verheyen K, Van Calster H, Marage D, Thompson K, Kalamees R, Jankowska-Blaszczuk M, Bossuyt B, Hermy M. 2010. Seed banks of temperate deciduous forests during secondary succession. Journal of Vegetation Science, 21: 965-978.

Van Couwenberghe R, Collet C, Lacombe E, Pierrat JC, Gegout JC. 2010. Gap partitioning among temperate tree species across a regional soil gradient in windstorm-disturbed forests. Forest Ecology and Management, 260: 146-154.

Vieilledent G, Courbaud B, Kunstler G, Dhote JF, Clark JS. 2010. Individual variability in tree allometry determines light resource allocation in forest ecosystems: a hierarchical Bayesian approach. Oecologia, 163: 759-773.

Vieilledent G, Courbaud B, Kunstler G, Dhote JF. 2010. Mortality of silver fir and Norway Spruce in the Western Alps - a semi-parametric approach combining size-dependent and growth-dependent mortality. Annals of Forest Science, 67.

Wagner S, Collet C, Madsen P, Nakashizuka T, Nyland RD, Sagheb-Talebi K. 2010. Beech regeneration research: From ecological to silvicultural aspects. Forest Ecology and Management, 259: 2172-2182.

Yousefpour R, Hanewinkel M, Le Moguedec G. 2010. Evaluating the Suitability of Management Strategies of Pure Norway Spruce Forests in the Black Forest Area of Southwest Germany for Adaptation to or Mitigation of Climate Change. Environmental Management, 45: 387-402

Yousefpour R, Hanewinkel M, Le Moguedec G. 2010. Evaluation of biodiversity for multi-purpose forest management using a non-linear optimization approach. Applied Ecology and Environmental Research, 8: 241-260.

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