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Publications year 2012

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Auclair D, Nepveu G, 2012 - The Caq Network In France: 15 Years Of Brainstorming And Cooperative Work To Connect Forest Resources And Wood Quality Through Modelling Approaches And Simulation Software. Annals Of Forest Science, 69 (2): 119-123.

Bertrand R, Perez V, Gégout JC, 2012 - Disregarding the edaphic dimension in species distribution models leads to the omission of crucial spatial information under climate change: the case of Quercus pubescens in France. Global Change Biology, 18 (8): 2648-2660.

Bontemps JD, Hervé JC, Duplat P, Dhôte JF , 2012 - Shifts in the height-related competitiveness of tree species following recent climate warming and implications for tree community composition: the case of common beech and sessile oak as predominant broadleaved species in Europe. Oikos, 121 (8): 1287-1299.

Bontemps JD, Duplat P , 2012 - A non-asymptotic sigmoid growth curve for top height growth in forest stands. Forestry, 85 (3): 353-367.

Boukadida H, Longuetaud F, Colin F, Freyburger C, Constant T, Leban JM, Mothe F, 2012 - PithExtract: A robust algorithm for pith detection in computer tomography images of wood - Application to 125 logs from 17 tree species. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture, 85: 90-98.

Charru M, Seynave I, Morneau F, Rivoire M, Bontemps JD, 2012 - Significant differences and curvilinearity in the self-thinning relationships of 11 temperate tree species assessed from forest inventory data. Annals of Forest Science, 69 (2): 195-205.

Colin F, Sanjines A, Fortin M, Bontemps JD, Nicolini E , 2012 - Fagus sylvatica trunk epicormics in relation to primary and secondary growth. Annals of Botany, 110 (5): 995-1005.

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

Courbet F, Hervé JC, Klein EK, Colin F, 2012 - Diameter and death of whorl and interwhorl branches in Atlas cedar (Cedrus atlantica Manetti): a model accounting for acrotony. Annals of Forest Science, 69 (2): 125-138.

Cuny HE, Rathgeber CBK, Lebourgeois F, Fortin M, Fournier M, 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 (5): 612-625.

Dassot M, Colin A, Santenoise P, Fournier M, Constant T, 2012 - Terrestrial laser scanning for measuring the solid wood volume, including branches, of adult standing trees in the forest environment. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture, 89: 86-93.

Dassot M, Fournier M, Ningre F, Constant T, 2012 - Effect of tree size and competition on tension wood production over time in beech plantations and assessing relative gravitropic response with a biomechanical model. American Journal of Botany, 99 (9): 1427-1435.

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Dodet M, Collet C, 2012 - When should exotic forest plantation tree species be considered as an invasive threat and how should we treat them? Biological Invasions, 14 (9): 1765-1778.

Ferry B, Bontemps JD, Blanc L, Baraloto C , 2012 - Is climate a stronger driver of tree growth than disturbance? A comment on Toledo et al. (2011). Journal of Ecology, 100 (5): 1065-1068.

Fortin M, Ningre F, Robert N, Mothe F, 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.

Fortin M, Langevin L , 2012 - Stochastic or deterministic single-tree models: is there any difference in growth predictions? Annals of Forest Science, 69 (2): 271-282.

Franceschini T, Bontemps JD, Leban JM, 2012 - Transient historical decrease in earlywood and latewood density and unstable sensitivity to summer temperature for Norway spruce in northeastern France. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 42 (2): 219-226.

Franceschini T, Lundqvist SO, Bontemps JD, Grahn T, Olsson L, Evans R, Leban JM, 2012 - Empirical models for radial and tangential fibre width in tree rings of Norway spruce in north-western Europe. Holzforschung, 66 (2): 219-230.

Frank X, Perré P, 2012 - Droplet Spreading On A Porous Surface: A Lattice Boltzmann Study. Physics Of Fluids, 24 (42101).

Gégout JC, Coudun C , 2012 - The right releve in the right vegetation unit: a new typicality index to reproduce expert judgement with an automatic classification programme. Journal of Vegetation Science, 23 (1): 24-32.

Le Moguédec G, Dhôte JF, 2012 - Fagacees: A Tree-Centered Growth And Yield Model For Sessile Oak (Quercus Petraea L.) And Common Beech (Fagus Sylvatica L.). Annals Of Forest Science, 69 (2): 257-269.

Lebourgeois F, Mérian P, Courdier F, Ladier J, Dreyfus P , 2012 - Instability of climate signal in tree-ring width in Mediterranean mountains: a multi-species analysis. Trees-Structure and Function, 26 (3): 715-729.

Longuetaud F, Mothe F, Kerautret B, Krähenbühl A, Hory L, Leban JM, Debled-Rennesson I , 2012 - Automatic knot detection and measurements from x-ray CT images of wood: a review and validation of an improved algorithm on softwood samples. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture, 85: 77–89.

Lv P, Almeida G, Perré P, 2012 - Torrefaction Of Cellulose: Validity And Limitation Of The Temperature/Duration Equivalence. Bioresources, 7 (3): 3720-3731.

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Michelot A, Simard S, Rathgeber CBK, Dufrêne E, Damesin C , 2012 - Comparing the intra-annual wood formation of three European species (Fagus sylvatica, Quercus petraea and Pinus sylvestris) as related to leaf phenology and non-structural carbohydrate dynamics. Tree Physiology, 32 (8): 1033-1045.

Morisset JB, Mothe F, Bock J, Breda N, Colin F, 2012 - Epicormic ontogeny in Quercus petraea constrains the highly plausible control of epicormic sprouting by water and carbohydrates. Annals of Botany, 109 (2): 365-377.

Morisset JB, Mothe F, Chopard B, François D, Fontaine F, Colin F, 2012 - Does past emergence of epicormic shoots control current composition of epicormic types? Annals of Forest Science, 69: 139-152.

Richet N, Afif D, Tozo K, Pollet B, Maillard P, Huber F, Priault P, Banvoy J, Gross P, Dizengremel P, Lapierre C, Perré P, Cabane M , 2012 - Elevated Co2 And/Or Ozone Modify Lignification In The Wood Of Poplars (Populus Tremula X Alba). Journal Of Experimental Botany, 63 (11): 4291-4301.

Morisset JB, Mothe F, Colin F, 2012 - Observation of Quercus petraea epicormics with X-ray CT reveals strong pith-to-bark correlations: Silvicultural and ecological implications. Forest Ecology and Management, 278: 127-137.

Riofrio-Dillon G, Bertrand R, Gégout JC, 2012 - Toward a recovery time: forest herbs insight related to anthropogenic acidification. Global Change Biology, 18 (11): 3383-3394.

Rivoire M, Le Moguédec G , 2012 - A Generalized Self-Thinning Relationship For Multi-Species And Mixed-Size Forests. Annals Of Forest Science, 69 (2): 207-219.

Tarmian A, Rémond R, Dashti H, Perré P, 2012 - Moisture Diffusion Coefficient Of Reaction Woods: Compression Wood Of Picea Abies L. And Tension Wood Of Fagus Sylvatica L. Wood Science And Technology, 46 (42430): 405-417.

Tazrout M, Abadlia MT, Mothe F, 2012 - Étude de la récupération du collapse par microdensitométrie avec du bois d'Eucalyptus camaldulensis Dehn provenant de Beghla en Algérie. Bois Et Forets Des Tropiques, 312 (2): 63-75.

Uroz S, Turpault MP, Delaruelle C, Mareschal L, Pierrat JC, Frey-Klett P , 2012 - Minerals Affect the Specific Diversity of Forest Soil Bacterial Communities. Geomicrobiology Journal, 29 (1): 88-98.

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 (7): 829-844.

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