2021 joint publications for partners of the IRN on Cold Forests
Invitation to publish in the special issue by the journal Forests on “Past Environmental Changes and Forest Conservation”.
The journal Forests is inviting researchers associated with the IRN on Cold Forests to publish articles on Past environmental changes and forest conservation. Information about this special issue can be found on the following site:
Should you be interested, please contact Rachid Cheddadi, Cécile Remy or Adam Ali
Contrasting growth response of jack pine and trembling aspen to climate warming in Quebec mixedwoods forests of eastern Canada since the early twentieth century
Spatial coherency of the spring flood signal among major river basins of eastern boreal Canada inferred from flood rings
Nolin AF, Tardif JC, Conciatori F, Bergeron Y (2021)
Journal of Hydrology, 1-13, doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2021.126084
Trends and patterns in annually burned forest areas and fire weather across the European boreal zone in the 20th and early 21st centuries
Drobyshev I, Ryzhkova N, Eden J, Kitenberga M, Pinto G, Lindberg H, Krikken F, Yermokhin M, Bergeron Y, Kryshen A (2021)
Agricultural and Forest Meterology, 1-14, doi:10.1016/j.agrformet.2021.108467
Role of mixed-species stands in attenuating the vulnerability of boreal forests to climate change and insect epidemics
Disentangling the effect of topography and microtopography on near‑ground growing‑season frosts at the boreal‑temperate forest ecotone (Québec, Canada)
Compared to wildfire, management practices reduced old-growth forest diversity and functionality in primary boreal landscapes of eastern Canada
Martin M, Grondin P, Lambert M-C, Bergeron Y, Morin H (2021)
Frontiers in Forests and Global Change, 1-16, doi:10.3389/ffgc.2021.639397
Ancient plant DNA reveals High Arctic greening during the Last Interglacial
Multi-century tree-ring anatomical evidence reveals increasing frequency and magnitude of spring discharge and floods in eastern boreal Canada
Continent-wide tree fecundity driven by indirect climate effects
Clark JS, Andrus R, Aubry-Kientz M, Bergeron Y, Bogdziewicz M, Bragg DC, Brockway D, Cleavitt NL, Cohen S, Courbaud B, Daley R, Das AJ, Dietze M, Fahey TJ, Fer I, Franklin JF, Gehring CA, Gilbert GS, Greenberg CH, Guo QF, HilleRisLambers J, Ibanez I, Johnstone J, Kilner CL, Knops J, Koenig WD, Kunstler G, LaMontagne JM, Legg KL, Luongo J, Lutz JA, Macias D, McIntire EJB, Messaoud Y, Moore CM, Moran E, Myers JA, Myers OB, Nunez C, Parmenter R, Pearse S, Pearson S, Poulton-Kamakura R, Ready E, Redmond MD, Reid CD, Rodman KC, Scher CL, Schlesinger WH, Schwantes AM, Shanahan E, Sharma S, Steele MA, Stephenson NL, Sutton S, Swenson JJ, Swift M, Veblen TT, Whipple AV, Whitham TG, Wion AP, Zhu K, Zlotin R (2021).
Nature Communications, 1-11, doi:10.1038/s41467-020-20836-3
Partial harvest in paludified black spruce stand: Short-term effects on water table and variation in stem diameter
Reply to Elmendorf and Ettinger: Photoperiod plays a dominant and irreplaceable role in triggering secondary growth resumption
Huang JG, Campelo F, Ma QQ, Zhang YL, Bergeron Y, Deslauriers A, Fonti P, Liang EY, Mäkinen H, Oberhuber W, Rathgeber CBK, Tognetti R, Treml V, Yang B, Zhai LH, Zhang JL, Antonucci S, Camarero JJ, Čufar K, Cuny HE, De Luis M, Giovannelli A, Gričar J, Gruber A, Gryc V, Güney A,Guo XL, Huang W, Jyske T, Kašpar J, King G, Krause C, Lemay A, Liu F, Lombardi F, del Castillo EM, Morin H, Nabais C, Nöjd P, Peters RL, Prislan P, Saracino A, Swidrak I, Vavrčík H, Vieira J, Yua BY, Zhang SK, Zeng Q, Ziaco E, Rossi S (2020)
PNAS, 32865-32867, doi:10.1073/pnas.2019931117
Peat deposits store more carbon than trees in forested peatlands of the boreal biome.
Beaulne J, Garneau M, Magnan G, Boucher É (2021)
Scientific Reports, 1-11, doi:10.1038/s41598-021-82004-x
A national tree-ring data repository for Canadian forests (CFS-TRenD): Structure, synthesis, and applications
Radial growth responses of two dominant conifers to climate in the Altai Mountains, Central Asia.
Advancing and reversing succession as a function of time since fire and insect outbreaks: An 18 year in situ remeasurement of changes in forest composition.
Did forest fires maintain mixed oak forests in southern Scandinavia? A dendrochronological speculation.