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Publications year 2011

The publications of international journals referenced ISI

Bellassen V, le Maire G, Guin O, Dhote JF, Ciais P, Viovy N. 2011. Modelling forest management within a global vegetation model-Part 2: Model validation from a tree to a continental scale. Ecological Modelling, 222: 57-75.

Bertrand R, Gégout JC, Bontemps JD. 2011. Niches of temperate tree species converge towards nutrient-richer conditions over ontogeny. Oikos, 120 (10): 1479-1488

Bertrand R, Lenoir J, Piedallu C, Riofrío-Dillon G, Ruffray (de) P, Vidal C, Pierrat J-C, Gégout J-C. 2011. Changes in plant community composition lag behind climate warming in lowland forests. Nature, 479 (7374): 517-520.

Bontemps JD, Esper J. 2011. Statistical modelling and RCS detrending methods provide similar estimates of long-term trend in radial growth of common beech in north-eastern France. Dendrochronologia, 29: 99-107.

Bontemps JD, Hervé JC, Leban JM, Dhote JF. 2011. Nitrogen footprint in a long-term observation of forest growth over the twentieth century. Trees-Structure and Function, 25: 237-251.

Boulanger V, Baltzinger C, Said S, Ballon P, Ningre F, Picard JF, Dupouey JL. 2011. Deer-mediated expansion of a rare plant species. Plant Ecology, 212: 307-314.

Carr EJ, Turner IW, Perré P. 2011. A New Control-Volume Finite-Element Scheme For Heterogeneous Porous Media: Application To The Drying Of Softwood. Chemical Engineering & Technology, 34 (7): 1143-1150.

Christian G, Nikoloulopoulos AK, Rivest L-P, Fortin M. 2011. Predicting dependent binary outcomes through logistic regressions and meta-elliptical copulas. Brazilian Journal of Probability and Statistics, Volume 27, Number 3 (2013), 265-284.

Collet C, Fournier M, Ningre F, Hounzandji API, Constant T. 2011. Growth and posture control strategies in Fagus sylvatica and Acer pseudoplatanus saplings in response to canopy disturbance. Annals of Botany, 107: 1345-1353.

Dassot M., Constant T., Fournier M. 2011. The use of terrestrial LiDAR technology in forest science: application fields, benefits and challenges. Review paper. Annals of Forest Science. Volume 68 (5) 959-974

Dodet M, Collet C, Frochot H, Wehrlen L. 2011. Tree regeneration and plant species diversity responses to vegetation control following a major windthrow in mixed broadleaved stands. European Journal of Forest Research, 130: 41-53.

Engler R, Randin CF, Thuiller W, Dullinger S, Zimmermann NE, Araujo MB, Pearman PB, Lay Gl, Piedallu C, Albert CH, Choler P, Coldea G, Lamo Xd, Dirnbock T, Gégout JC, Gomez-Garcia D, Grytnes JA, Heegaard E, Hoistad F, Nogues-Bravo D, Normand S, Puscas M, Sebastia MT, Stanisci A, Theurillat JP, Trivedi MR, et al. 2011. 21st Century climate change threatens mountain flora unequally across Europe. Global Change Biology,17: 2330-2341.

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Gardiner B, Leban JM, Auty D, Simpson H. 2011. Models for predicting wood density of British-grown Sitka spruce. Forestry, 84: 119-132.

Genet A, Wernsdorfer H, Jonard M, Pretzsch H, Rauch M, Ponette Q, Nys C, Legout A, Ranger J, Vallet P, Saint-Andre 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.

Gricar J., Rathgeber C. B. K., Fonti P. 2011. Editorial du numéro special “Monitoring seasonal dynamics of wood formation”. Dendrochronologia  29 : 123-125.

Le Goff N, Ottorini JM, Ningre F. 2011. Evaluation and comparison of size-density relationships for pure even-aged stands of ash (Fraxinus excelsior L.), beech (Fagus silvatica L.), oak (Quercus petraea Liebl.), and sycamore maple (Acer pseudoplatanus L.). Annals of Forest Science, 68: 461-475.

Mansouri HR, Pizzi A, Leban J-M, Delmotte L, Lindgren O, Vaziri M. 2011. Causes for the improved water resistance in pine wood linear welded joints. Journal of Adhesion Science and Technology, 25: 1987-1995

Mérian P, Bontemps J-D, Bergès L, Lebourgeois F. 2011. Spatial variation and temporal instability in climate-growth relationships of sessile oak (Quercus petraea [Matt.] Liebl.) under temperate conditions. Plant Ecology, doi: 10.1007/s11258-011-9959-2.

Mérian P, Lebourgeois F. 2011. Size-mediated climate-growth relationships in temperate forests: A multi-species analysis. Forest Ecology and Management, 261: 1382-1391.

Mérian P, Lebourgeois F. 2011. Consequences of decreasing the number of cored trees per plot on chronology statistics and climate-growth relationships: a multispecies analysis in a temperate climate. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 41 (12): 2413-2422

Olek W, Perré P, Weres J. 2011. Implementation Of A Relaxation Equilibrium Term In The Convective Boundary Condition For A Better Representation Of The Transient Bound Water Diffusion In Wood. Wood Science And Technology, 45 (4): 677-691.

Perré P. 2011. A Review Of Modern Computational And Experimental Tools Relevant To The Field Of Drying. Drying Technology, 29 (13): 1529-1541.

Piedallu C, Gegout JC, Bruand A, Seynave I. 2011. Mapping soil water holding capacity over large areas to predict potential production of forest stands. Geoderma,160: 355-366.

Pierre F, Almeida G, Brito JO, Perré P. 2011. Influence of torrefaction on some chemical and energy properties of maritime pine and pedunculate oak. Bioresources, 6 (2): 1204-1218.

Pizzi A, Mansouri HR, Leban J-M, Delmotte L, Pichelin F. 2011. Enhancing the exterior performance of wood joined by linear and rotational welding. Journal of Adhesion Science and Technology, doi: 10.1163/016942411X556088.

Ponge JF, Jabiol B, Gegout JC. 2011. Geology and climate conditions affect more humus forms than forest canopies at large scale in temperate forests. Geoderma, 162: 187-195.

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Rathgeber CBK, Longuetaud F, Mothe F, Cuny H, Le Moguédec G. 2011. Phenology of wood formation: Data processing, analysis and visualisation using R (package CAVIAR). Dendrochronologia, 29: 139-149.

Rathgeber CBK, Rossi S, Bontemps JD. 2011. Cambial activity related to tree size in a mature silver fir plantation. Annals of Botany. Volume: 108   Issue: 3   Pages: 429-438.

Richet N, Afif D, Huber F, Pollet B, Banvoy J, El Zein R, Lapierre C, Dizengremel P, Perré P, Cabane M. 2011. Cellulose And Lignin Biosynthesis Is Altered By Ozone In Wood Of Hybrid Poplar (Populus Tremulaxalba). Journal Of Experimental Botany, 62 (10): 3575-3586.

Rousset P, Davrieux F, Macedo L, Perré P. 2011. Characterisation Of The Torrefaction Of Beech Wood Using Nirs: Combined Effects Of Temperature And Duration. Biomass & Bioenergy, 35 (3): 1219-1226.

Schneider R, Fortin M, Berninger F, Ung C-H, Swift DE, Zhang SY. 2011. Modeling Jack Pine (Pinus banksiana) Foliage Density Distribution. Forest Science, 57: 180-188.

Seidl R, Fernandes PM, Fonseca TF, Gillet F, Jonsson AM, Merganicova K, Netherer S, Arpaci A, Bontemps JD, Bugmann H, Gonzalez-Olabarria JR, Lasch P, Meredieu C, Moreira F, Schelhaas MJ, Mohren F. 2011. Modelling natural disturbances in forest ecosystems: a review. Ecological Modelling, 222: 903-924.

Senga Kiessé T., Rivoire M.2011. Discrete semi-parametric regression models with associated kernel and applications. Journal of Nonparametric Statistics, doi: 10.1080/10485252.2011.583986.

Trap J, Bureau F, Brethes A, Jabiol B, Ponge J-F, Chauvat M, Decaëns T, Aubert M. 2011. Does moder development along a pure beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) chronosequence result from changes in litter production or in decomposition rates? Soil Biology and Biogeochemistry, 43: 1490-1497.

Turner IW, Ilic M, Perré P. 2011. Modelling Non-Fickian Behavior In The Cell Walls Of Wood Using A Fractional-In-Space Diffusion Equation. Drying Technology, 29 (16): 1932-1940.

Van Couwenberghe R, Collet C, Lacombe E, Gégout JC. 2011. Abundance response of western European forest species along canopy openness and soil pH gradients. Forest Ecology and Management, 262 (8): 1483-1490.

Wernsdorfer 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.

Zanella A, Jabiol B, Ponge J-F, Sartori G, De Waal R, Van Delft B, Graefe U, Cools N, Katzensteiner K, Hager H, Englisch M. 2011. A European morpho-functional classification of humus forms. Geoderma, 164: 138-145.

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