4 Works

Data from: Interactions among trees: a key element in the stabilising effect of species diversity on forest growth

Raphaël Aussenac, Yves Bergeron, Dominique Gravel & Igor Drobyshev
1.There is mounting evidence that species diversity increases the temporal stability of forest growth. This stabilising effect of diversity has mainly been attributed to species differences in their response to fluctuating environmental conditions. Interactions among individuals could also contribute to the stabilising effect of diversity by increasing the mean and reducing the variance of tree growth, however, this has never been directly demonstrated. 2.We used tree‐ring width chronologies from temperate and boreal mixed stands of...

Data from: Impact of local forest composition on soil fungal communities in a mixed boreal forest

Mélissande Nagati, Mélanie Roy, Sophie Manzi, Franck Richard, Annie Desrochers, Monique Gardes & Yves Bergeron
sequencesfungal ITS sequencesSoil chemical analysesSoil chemical analysessoilchar.csvfunguild resultsfunguild.csvdescription of samplescarsample.csvR codeR_code

Data from: Local adaptation of trees at the range margins impact range shifts in the face of climate change

Kevin A. Solarik, Christian Messier, Rock Ouimet, Yves Bergeron & Dominique Gravel
The ability of tree species to track their climatic niche at rates comparable to global warming is concerning, particularly if they are constrained by local adaptation. If a species is locally adapted at its range margin it could be beneficial for range expansion as it ensures that the genotypes colonizing new areas are the fittest because environmental conditions are more similar to the current ones. In trees, local adaptation can slow range expansion when climate...

Data from: Influence of northern limit range on genetic diversity and structure in a widespread North American tree, sugar maple (Acer saccharum Marshall)

Noémie Graignic, Francine Tremblay & Yves Bergeron
Due to climate change, the ranges of many North-American tree species are expected to shift northward. Sugar maple (Acer saccharum Marshall) reaches its northern continuous distributional limit in north-eastern North America at the transition between boreal mixed-wood and temperate deciduous forests. We hypothesized that marginal fragmented northern populations from the boreal mixed-wood would have a distinct pattern of genetic structure and diversity. We analyzed 18 microsatellite loci variation in 23 populations distributed along three latitudinal...

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  • 2018

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  • Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue
  • Université de Sherbrooke
  • Paul Sabatier University
  • Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
  • Ministère des Forêts, de la Faune et des Parcs