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Daniel Dumais
Daniel Dumais
Ministère des Ressources naturelles et des Forêts du Québec (MRNF)
Adresse e-mail validée de mffp.gouv.qc.ca
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Management for red spruce conservation in Quebec: The importance of some physiological and ecological characteristics-A review
D Dumais, M Prévost
The Forestry Chronicle 83 (3), 378-391, 2007
732007
Physiology and growth of advance Picea rubens and Abies balsamea regeneration following different canopy openings
D Dumais, M Prévost
Tree Physiology 34 (2), 194-204, 2014
542014
Assessing the single-tree and small group selection cutting system as intermediate disturbance to promote regeneration and diversity in temperate mixedwood stands
P Raymond, AA Royo, M Prévost, D Dumais
Forest ecology and management 430, 21-32, 2018
532018
Root-freezing damage in the containerized nursery: impact on plantation sites–A review
FJ Bigras, D Dumais
New Forests 30 (2), 167-184, 2005
512005
Croissance et statut nutritif de marcottes, de semis naturels et de plants d'épinette noire à la suite du scarifiage: résultats de 10 ans
M Prévost, D Dumais
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 33 (11), 2097-2107, 2003
472003
Ecophysiology and growth of advance red spruce and balsam fir regeneration after partial cutting in yellow birch–conifer stands
D Dumais, M Prévost
Tree Physiology 28 (8), 1221-1229, 2008
372008
Growth and mortality following partial cutting in a trembling aspen-conifer stand: results after 10 years
M Prévost, D Dumais, D Pothier
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 40 (5), 894-903, 2010
272010
Long-term growth response of black spruce advance regeneration (layers), natural seedlings and planted seedlings to scarification: 25th year update
M Prévost, D Dumais
Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 33 (6), 583-593, 2018
232018
Survival and growth dynamics of red spruce seedlings planted under different forest cover densities and types
D Dumais, C Larouche, P Raymond, S Bédard, MC Lambert
New Forests, 1-20, 2019
192019
Naturalness assessment performed using forestry maps to validate forest management sustainability
M Barrette, D Dumais, I Auger, Y Boucher, M Bouchard, J Bouliane
Ecological Indicators 119, 106832, 2020
152020
Germination and establishment of natural red spruce (Picea rubens) seedlings in silvicultural gaps of different sizes
D Dumais, M Prévost
The Forestry Chronicle 92 (1), 90-100, 2016
152016
Simulated root freezing in the nursery: effects on the growth and physiology of containerized boreal conifer seedlings after outplanting
D Dumais, C Coursolle, FJ Bigras, HA Margolis
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 32 (4), 605-615, 2002
152002
Shelterwood cutting in a boreal mixedwood stand: 10-year effects of the establishment cut on growth and mortality of merchantable residual trees
M Prévost, D Dumais
Forest ecology and management 330, 94-104, 2014
142014
Morphological response of conifer advance growth to canopy opening in mixedwood stands, in Quebec, Canada
M Prévost, D Dumais, J DeBlois
Trees 30, 1735-1747, 2016
122016
Decennial growth and mortality following uniform partial cutting in yellow birch–conifer stands
M Prévost, D Dumais
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 43 (3), 224-233, 2013
112013
Eight-year ecophysiology and growth dynamics of Picea rubens seedlings planted in harvest gaps of partially cut stands
D Dumais, P Raymond, M Prévost
Forest Ecology and Management 478, 118514, 2020
72020
Chapitre 23–Les coupes de jardinage avec gestion par arbres
F Guillemette, S Bédard, D Pin, D Dumais
Ministère des Ressources naturelles (édit.), Le guide sylvicole du Québec 2 …, 2013
72013
Desired REgeneration through Assisted Migration (DREAM): Implementing a research framework for climate-adaptive silviculture
AA Royo, P Raymond, CC Kern, BT Adams, D Bronson, E Champagne, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 546, 121298, 2023
62023
Sapling growth dynamics after partial cutting in temperate mixedwood stands
H Power, I Auger, F Guillemette, P Raymond, D Dumais
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 52 (8), 1186-1200, 2022
62022
Clear-cutting without additional regeneration treatments can trigger successional setbacks prolonging the expected time to compositional recovery in boreal forests
M Barrette, Y Boucher, D Dumais, I Auger
European Journal of Forest Research 141 (4), 629-639, 2022
52022
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