May 27, 2020  

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Martin Simard

Email : martin.simard[at]ggr.ulaval.ca

Publications : (see complete list)

  1. Benoît Lafleur, Nicole Fenton, David Paré, Martin Simard, Yves Bergeron, 2010. Contrasting effects of season and method of harvest on soil properties and the growth of black spruce regeneraation in the boreal forested peatlands of eastern Canada. Silva Fennica 44(5):799-813

  2. Igor Drobyshev, Martin Simard, Yves Bergeron, Annika Hofgaard, 2010. Does Soil Organic Layer Thickness Affect Climate–Growth Relationships in the Black Spruce Boreal Ecosystem? Ecosystems 13(4):556-574 DOI:10.1007/s10021-010-9340-7

  3. Nicole Fenton, Martin Simard, Yves Bergeron, 2009. Emulating natural disturbances: the role of silviculture in creating even-aged and complex structures in the black spruce boreal forest of eastern North America. Journal of Forest Research 14:258-267 DOI:10.1007/s10310-009-0134-8

  4. Martin Simard, Pierre-Yves Bernier, Yves Bergeron, David Paré, Lakhdar Guérine, 2009. Paludification dynamics in the boreal forest of the James Bay Lowlands: effect of time since fire and topography. Can. J. For. Res. 39(3): 546-552 DOI:10.1139/X08-195

  5. Pierre-Yves Bernier, Martin Simard, David Paré, Yves Bergeron, 2008. Paludification des sites forestiers sur les basses-terres de la Baie James : un phénomène à gérer. Chaire industrielle CRSNG UQAT-UQAM-AFD. Fiche technique 7. 2 pages.



Ph.D.
(d) = Supervisor; (c) = Co-supervisor

◊ Stelsa Fortin (d)

◊ Lou Monteil (d)

◊ Benjamin Marquis (c)









Graduated M.Sc.
(d) = Supervisor; (c) = Co-supervisor

◊ Maude Durette (d) 2017

◊ Anne Cotton-Gagnon (d) 2017

◊ Lady Cardona (d) 2014



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