Emilie Champagne
Emilie Champagne
Direction de la recherche forestière, MRNF
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Structuring effects of deer in boreal forest ecosystems
SD Côté, J Beguin, S de Bellefeuille, E Champagne, N Thiffault, ...
Advances in Ecology 2014 (1), 917834, 2014
Spatial extent of neighboring plants influences the strength of associational effects on mammal herbivory
E Champagne, JP Tremblay, SD Cote
Ecosphere 7 (6), e01371, 2016
Shrub cover in northern Nunavik: can herbivores limit shrub expansion?
S Plante, E Champagne, P Ropars, S Boudreau, E Lévesque, B Tremblay, ...
Polar biology 37 (5), 611-619, 2014
Spatial correlations between browsing on balsam fir by white‐tailed deer and the nutritional value of neighboring winter forage
E Champagne, BD Moore, SD Côté, JP Tremblay
Ecology and Evolution 8 (5), 2812-2823, 2018
Phytochemicals involved in plant resistance to leporids and cervids: a systematic review
E Champagne, AA Royo, JP Tremblay, P Raymond
Journal of Chemical Ecology 46 (1), 84-98, 2020
Tolerance of an Expanding Subarctic Shrub, Betula glandulosa, to Simulated Caribou Browsing
E Champagne, JP Tremblay, SD Cote
PLoS One 7 (12), e51940, 2012
A review of ungulate impacts on the success of climate-adapted Forest management strategies
E Champagne, P Raymond, AA Royo, JDM Speed, JP Tremblay, SD Côté
Current Forestry Reports 7 (4), 305-320, 2021
Forage diversity, type and abundance influence winter resource selection by white‐tailed deer
E Champagne, A Dumont, JP Tremblay, SD Côté
Journal of Vegetation Science 29 (4), 619-628, 2018
Tree assisted migration in a browsed landscape: Can we predict susceptibility to herbivores?
E Champagne, AA Royo, JP Tremblay, P Raymond
Forest Ecology and Management 498, 119576, 2021
Seedling response to simulated browsing and reduced water availability: Insights for assisted migration plantations
E Champagne, R Turgeon, AD Munson, P Raymond
Forests 12 (10), 1396, 2021
Intraspecific variation in nutritional traits of neighbouring plants generates a continuum of associational effects
E Champagne, BD Moore, SD Côté, JP Tremblay
Journal of Vegetation Science 31 (5), 920-933, 2020
Spatial extent of neighboring plants influences the strength of associational effects on mammal herbivory. Ecosphere 7: e01371
E Champagne, JP Tremblay, SD Côté
Neighbouring plants and perception of predation risk modulate winter browsing by white-tailed deer
E Champagne, L Perroud, A Dumont, JP Tremblay, SD Côté
Canadian Journal of Zoology 96, 117-125, 2018
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
Predicting terpene content in dried conifer shoots using near infrared spectroscopy
E Champagne, M Bonin, AA Royo, JP Tremblay, P Raymond
Journal of Near Infrared Spectroscopy 28 (5-6), 308-314, 2020
Combined effects of simulated browsing, warming and nutrient addition on forage availability for migratory caribou in Nunavik, Canada
V Saucier, E Champagne, SD Côté, JP Tremblay
Polar Biology 42 (8), 1561-1570, 2019
Precommercial thinning increased diameter growth while maintaining mixedwood stands composition, 15 years after treatment
E Champagne, D Dumais, P Raymond
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 53 (4), 255-270, 2022
In defense of elemental currencies: can ecological stoichiometry stand as a framework for terrestrial herbivore nutritional ecology?
J Balluffi-Fry, SJ Leroux, E Champagne, E Vander Wal
Oecologia 199 (1), 27-38, 2022
Conséquences de la tolérance au broutement du bouleau glanduleux sur les ressources alimentaires du caribou
É Champagne
Browsing deer discouraged by repellent.
EG Champagne
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