publications 2015 IRN Forêts froides

2015 joint publications for partners of the IRN on Cold Forests

Unexpected warming-induced growth decline in Thuja occidentalis at its northern limit in America.
Housset, J., Girardin, M.P., Baconnet, M., Carcaillet, C., and Y. Bergeron. 2015.
Journal of biogeography 42(7):1233-1245

Regional paleofire regimes affected by non-uniform climate, vegetation and human drivers.
Blarquez O*, Ali A.A*, Girardin M.P*., Grondin P., Fréchette B., Bergeron Y. & Hely C. (2015).
Scientific Reports, 5, 13356 doi: 10.1038/srep13356 (* Co-first authors)

The effects of boreal fuel connectivity on spatiotemporal dynamics of Holocene fire regimes in the central boreal forest of North America.
Seneci D., Chen H.Y.H., Bergeron Y. & Ali A.A. (2015).  Journal of Quaternary Science 30, 365-375.

Evaluating the persistence ofpost-fire residual patches in the eastern Canadian boreal mixedwood forest.
Ouarmim, S., Ali, A.A., Asselin, H., Hély, C. and Y. Bergeron. 2015.
Boreas 44(1): 230-239.

Holocene varitaions of wildfire occurrence as guide for sustainable management of the northeastern Canadian boreal forest.
El Guelab A., Asselin H., Gauthier S., Bergeron Y. & Ali A.A. (2015).
Forest Ecosystems 2, 1-7