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Publications year 2014

The publications of international journals referenced ISI

Aertsen W, Janssen E, Kint V, Bontemps JD, Van Orshoven J, Muys B , 2014 - Long-term growth changes of common beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) are less pronounced on highly productive sites. Forest Ecology and Management, 312: 252-259.

Almeida G, Huber F, Perré P, 2014 - Free Shrinkage Of Wood Determined At The Cellular Level Using An Environmental Scanning Electron Microscope. Maderas-Ciencia Y Tecnologia, 16 (2): 187-198.

Barbeito I, Collet C, Ningre F, 2014 - Crown responses to neighbor density and species identity in a young mixed deciduous stand. Trees-Structure and Function, 28 (6): 1751-1765.

Baudry O, Charmetant C, Collet C, Ponette Q , 2014 - Estimating light climate in forest with the convex densiometer: operator effect, geometry and relation to diffuse light. European Journal of Forest Research, 133 (1): 101-110.

Bontemps JD, Bouriaud O , 2014 - Predictive approaches to forest site productivity: recent trends, challenges and future perspectives. Forestry, 87 (1): 109-128.

Charru M, Seynave I, Hervé JC, Bontemps JD, 2014 - Spatial patterns of historical growth changes in Norway spruce across western European mountains and the key effect of climate warming. Trees-Structure and Function, 28 (1): 205-221.

Collet C, Ningre F, Barbeito I, Arnaud A, Piboule A , 2014 - Response of tree growth and species coexistence to density and species evenness in a young forest plantation with two competing species. Annals of Botany, 113 (4): 711-719.

Cuny HE, Rathgeber CBK, Frank D, Fonti P, Fournier M, 2014 - Kinetics of tracheid development explain conifer tree-ring structure. New Phytologist, 203 (4): 1231-1241.

Delisle-Boulianne S, Fortin M, Achim A, Pothier D , 2014 - Modelling stem selection in northern hardwood stands: assessing the effects of tree vigour and spatial correlations using a copula approach. Forestry, 87 (5): 607-617.

Dlouhá J, Suryanegara L, Yano H , 2014 - Cellulose Nanofibre-Poly(Lactic Acid) Microcellular Foams Exhibiting High Tensile Toughness. Reactive & Functional Polymers, 85: 201-207.

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Fortin M, 2014 - Using a segmented logistic model to predict trees to be harvested in forest growth forecasts. Forest Systems, 23 (1): 139-152.

Fortin M, Albrecht AT, Kohnle U, Ningre F, 2014 - The Impact of Windstorm Damage in the Assessment of the Carbon Balance in Even-Aged Fagus sylvatica L. Stands. Forests, 5 (4): 784-801.

Fortin M, Tremblay S, Schneider R , 2014 - Evaluating a single tree-based growth model for even-aged stands against the maximum size-density relationship: Some insights from balsam fir stands in Quebec, Canada. Forestry Chronicle, 90 (4): 503-515.

Fortunel C, Ruelle J, Beauchêne J, Fine PVA, Baraloto C , 2014 - Wood specific gravity and anatomy of branches and roots in 113 Amazonian rainforest tree species across environmental gradients. New Phytologist, 202 (1): 79-94.

Francois J, Fortin M, Patisson F, Dufour A , 2014 - Assessing the Fate of Nutrients and Carbon in the Bioenergy Chain through the Modeling of Biomass Growth and Conversion. Environmental Science & Technology, 48 (23): 14007-14015.

Gonzalez-Garcia S, Bonnesoeur V, Pizzi A, Feijoo G, Moreira MT , 2014 - Comparing environmental impacts of different forest management scenarios for maritime pine biomass production in France. Journal of Cleaner Production, 64: 356-367.

Hervé V, Mothe F, Freyburger C, Gelhaye E, Frey-Klett P , 2014 - Density mapping of decaying wood using X-ray computed tomography. International Biodeterioration and Biodegradation, 86: 358-363.

Kiesse TS, Cuny HE, 2014 - Discrete Triangular Associated Kernel And Bandwidth Choices In Semiparametric Estimation For Count Data. Journal Of Statistical Computation And Simulation, 84 (8): 1813-1829.

Krähenbühl A, Kerautret B, Debled-Rennesson I, Mothe F, Longuetaud F, 2014 - Knot segmentation in 3D CT images of wet wood. Pattern Recognition, 47 (12): 3852-3869.

Ledo A, Cañellas I, Barbeito I, Javier Gordo F, Calama RA, Gea-Izquierdo G , 2014 - Species coexistence in a mixed Mediterranean pine forest: Spatio-temporal variability in trade-offs between facilitation and competition. Forest Ecology and Management, 322: 89-97.

Lebourgeois F, Eberlé P, Mérian P, Seynave I, 2014 - Social status-mediated tree-ring responses to climate of Abies alba and Fagus sylvatica shift in importance with increasing stand basal area. Forest Ecology and Management, 328: 209-218.

Manso R, Pardos M, Calama RA , 2014 - Climatic factors control rodent seed predation in Pinus pinea L. stands in Central Spain. Annals of Forest Science, 71 (8): 873-883.

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Manso R, Pukkala T, Pardos M, Miina J, Calama RA , 2014 - Modelling Pinus pinea forest management to attain natural regeneration under present and future climatic scenarios. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 44 (3): 250-262.

Olivar J, Bogino S, Rathgeber CBK, Bonnesoeur V, Bravo F , 2014 - Thinning has a positive effect on growth dynamics and growth-climate relationships in Aleppo pine (Pinus halepensis) trees of different crown classes. Annals of Forest Science, 71 (3): 395-404.

Ponge JF, Sartori G, Garlato A, Ungaro F, Zanella A, Jabiol B, Obber S , 2014 - The impact of parent material, climate, soil type and vegetation on Venetian forest humus forms: A direct gradient approach. Geoderma, 226: 290-299.

Roussel JR, Mothe F, Krähenbühl A, Kerautret B, Debled-Rennesson I, Longuetaud F, 2014 - Automatic knot segmentation in CT images of wet softwood logs using a tangential approach. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture, 104: 46-56.

Salim K, Abdelatif Z, Nourdine S, Abdelhamid A, Mothe F, 2014 - Characterization of Algerians Oak Wood by X-ray tomographic scanner and free software ImageJ. Wood Research, 59 (2): 335-341.

Sambakhe D, Fortin M, Renaud JP, Deleuze C, Dreyfus P, Picard N , 2014 - Prediction Bias Induced by Plot Size in Forest Growth Models. Forest Science, 60 (6): 1050-1059.

Thuiller W, Muenkemueller T, Schiffers KH, Georges D, Dullinger S, Eckhart VM, Edwards TCJr, Gravel D, Kunstler G, Merow C, Moore K, Piedallu C, Vissault S, Zimmermann NE, Zurell D, Schurr FM , 2014 - Does probability of occurrence relate to population dynamics? Ecography, 37 (12): 1155-1166.

Trouvé R, Bontemps JD, Collet C, Seynave I, Lebourgeois F, 2014 - Growth partitioning in forest stands is affected by stand density and summer drought in sessile oak and Douglas-fir. Forest Ecology and Management, 334: 358-368.

Wernsdörfer H, Jonard M, Genet A, Legout A, Nys C, Saint-André L, Ponette Q , 2014 - Modelling of nutrient concentrations in roundwood based on diameter and tissue proportion: Evidence for an additional site-age effect in the case of Fagus sylvatica. Forest Ecology and Management, 330: 192-204.

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