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Hugo Asselin

Hugo Asselin détient un baccalauréat en biologie avec concentration en écologie de l'Université de Sherbrooke (1997), une maîtrise en sciences biologiques (écologie forestière) de l'Université de Montréal (1999) et un doctorat en biologie (paléoécologie) de l'Université Laval (2005). À l'UQAT depuis 2004, il a d'abord complété un stage postdoctoral en paléoécologie, avant de joindre l'équipe de professeurs du département des sciences du développement humain et social en 2007, et de l'École d'études autochtones en 2016. Depuis 2008, il est titulaire de la Chaire de recherche du Canada en foresterie autochtone. Chercheur régulier au Centre d'étude de la forêt (CEF) et au Réseau de recherche et de connaissances relatives aux peuples autochtones (DIALOG), ses intérêts de recherche portent sur la foresterie sociale et autochtone, l'écologie forestière, la paléoécologie, la dendrochronologie et l'anthracologie.

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Axes de Recherche

  1. Identifier, documenter et expliquer les enjeux et défis sociaux, culturels, économiques, politiques et environnementaux auxquels font face les communautés autochtones en réponse à l'aménagement forestier réalisé sur leurs territoires ancestraux et proposer et expérimenter des approches novatrices pour aider les communautés autochtones à faire face à ces défis et enjeux.
  2. Documenter et valoriser les savoirs traditionnels en lien avec la forêt.
  3. Reconstituer la dynamique holocène des écosystèmes forestiers boréaux en réponse aux changements climatiques ainsi qu'aux perturbations naturelles et anthropiques.

Étudiant(e)s de maîtrise et doctorat recherché(e)s

Je recrute régulièrement de nouveaux étudiants de maîtrise et de doctorat pour travailler sur des projets touchant la foresterie sociale et autochtone, l'écologie forestière et la paléoécologie. Veuillez me contacter pour plus de détails.

Courriel : hugo.asselin[at]uqat.ca

Publications : (voir les plus récentes)

  1. Joanie Caron, Hugo Asselin, Jean-Michel Beaudoin, 2020. Indigenous employees' perceptions of the strategies used by mining employers to promote their recruitment, integration and retention. Resources Policy 68:101793 DOI:10.1016/j.resourpol.2020.101793

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  2. Véronique Landry, Hugo Asselin, Carole Lévesque, 2020. Lien au territoire selon les générations chez les Anicinapek et les Cris. Organisations & Territoires 29(1):125-138

  3. Dulce María Galván-Hernández, Pablo Octavio-Aguilar, Oscar Carmona-Hernández, Hugo Asselin, José Armando Lozada-García, 2020. Genetic structure of Platanus mexicana var. mexicana (Platanaceae) in southern Mexico. Mexican Journal of Biotechnology 5(2):120-134 DOI:10.29267/mxjb.2020.5.2.120

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  4. Guillaume Proulx, Jean-Michel Beaudoin, Hugo Asselin, Luc Bouthillier, Delphine Théberge, 2020. Untapped potential? Attitudes and behaviours of forestry employers toward the Indigenous workforce in Quebec, Canada. Can. J. For. Res. 50(4):413-421 DOI:10.1139/cjfr-2019-0230

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  5. Hugo Asselin, Roxanne Drainville, 2020. Are Indigenous youth in a tug-of-war between community and city? Reflections from a visioning workshop in the Lac Simon Anishnaabeg community (Quebec, Canada). World Development Perspectives 17:100168 DOI:10.1016/j.wdp.2019.100168

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  6. Rodrigue Fapa Nanfack, Nancy Gélinas, K.S. Bobo, Hugo Asselin, François Hiol Hiol, Atole Ntatsoula, 2020. Déterminants de la gouvernance forestière dans les forêts communautaires de l’Est-Cameroun. Bois et Forêts des Tropiques 343:53-66 DOI:10.19182/bft2020.343.a31713

  7. Rodrigue Fapa Nanfack, Nancy Gélinas, Serge Bobo Kadiri, Hugo Asselin, François Hiol Hiol, Eunice Kombou Tietchou, 2020. Pratiques locales et gouvernance forestière : enjeux de la légalité du bois des forêts communautaires de l’Est Cameroun. Can. J. For. Res. 50(3):243-258 DOI:10.1139/cjfr-2019-0351

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  8. Laura Marcela Fuentes Serna, Hugo Asselin, Annie Claude Bélisle, Oscar Labra, 2020. Impacts of environmental changes on well-being in Indigenous communities in eastern Canada. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 17(2):637 DOI:10.3390/ijerph17020637

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  9. Pauline Suffice, Marianne Cheveau, Louis Imbeau, Marc Mazerolle, Hugo Asselin, Pierre Drapeau, 2020. Habitat, Climate, and Fisher and Marten Distributions. Journal of Wildlife Management 84(2):277-292 DOI:10.1002/jwmg.21795

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  10. Martin-Philippe Girardin, Jeanne Portier, Cécile Remy, Adam Ali, Jordan Paillard, Olivier Blarquez, Hugo Asselin, Sylvie Gauthier, Pierre Grondin, Yves Bergeron, 2019. Coherent signature of warming-induced extreme sub-continental boreal wildfire activity 4,800 and 1,100 years BP. Environmental Research Letters 14(12):124042 DOI:10.1088/1748-9326/ab59c9

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  11. Véronique Landry, Hugo Asselin, Carole Lévesque, 2019. Link to the land and mino-pimatisiwin (comprehensive health) of Indigenous people living in urban areas in eastern Canada. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 16(23):4782 DOI:10.3390/ijerph16234782

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  12. Joanie Caron, Hugo Asselin, Jean-Michel Beaudoin, Doïna Muresanu, 2019. Promoting perceived insider status of Indigenous employees: a review within the psychological contract framework. Cross Cultural & Strategic Management. 26(4):609-638 DOI:10.1108/CCSM-02-2019-0031

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  13. James Patrick Robson, Hugo Asselin, Miriam Castillo, Leigh Fox, Scott Francisco, Birendra K. Karna, Amanda Karst, Julia Quaedvlieg, Michelle Sanchez Luja, Maria Paula E. Sarigumba, Marlene Soriano, Fermín Sosa Pérez, Sarah Jane Wilson, Julio Zetina, 2019. Engaging youth in conversations about community and forests: Methodological reflections from Asia, Africa, and the Americas. World Development Perspectives 16:100141 DOI:10.1016/j.wdp.2019.100141

  14. Isabelle Visnadi, Johann Housset, Cécile Leroy, Christopher Carcaillet, Hugo Asselin, Yves Bergeron, 2019. Limited recruitment of eastern white cedar (Thuja occidentalis L.) under black spruce canopy at its northern distribution limit. Ecoscience 26(2):123-132 DOI:10.1080/11956860.2018.1529725

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  15. Joanie Caron, Hugo Asselin, Jean-Michel Beaudoin, 2019. Attitudes and behaviors of mining sector employers towards the Indigenous workforce. Resources Policy 61:108-117 DOI:10.1016/j.resourpol.2019.02.001

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  16. Chantal Viscogliosi, Hugo Asselin, Serger Couturier, Daniel Gagnon, N. Obradovic, M. Ostiguy-Lauzon, Jill Elaine Torrie, Mélanie Levasseur, 2018. Mobilisation des connaissances sur la contribution des aînés autochtones au mieux-être de leur communauté et l'optimiation de leurs actions de participation sociale. Vie et vieillissement 15(3):40-45

  17. Véronique Simard, Louis Imbeau, Hugo Asselin, 2018. Effects of selection cuts on winter habitat use of snowshoe hare (Lepus americanus) in northern temperate forests. Can. J. For. Res. 48:1049-1057 DOI:10.1139/cjfr-2018-0014

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  18. Suzy Basile, Hugo Asselin, Thibault Martin, 2018. Co-construction of a data collection tool: A case study with Atikamekw women. ACME, An International Journal of Critical Geographies 17: 840-860

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  19. Karine Gentelet, Suzy Basile, Hugo Asselin, 2018. « We have to start sounding the trumpet for things that are working » : An interview with Dr. Marlene Brant-Castellano on concrete ways to decolonize research. ACME, An International Journal of Critical Geographies 17: 832-839

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  20. Hugo Asselin, Suzy Basile, 2018. Concrete ways to decolonize research. ACME, An International Journal of Critical Geographies 17: 643-650

  21. Abed Nego Jules, Hugo Asselin, Yves Bergeron, Adam Ali, 2018. Are marginal balsam fir and eastern white cedar stands relics from once more extensive populations in north-eastern North America? Holocene 28(10):1672-1679 DOI:10.1177/0959683618782601

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  22. Cécile Remy, Cécile Fouquemberg, Hugo Asselin, Benjamin Andrieux, Gabriel Magnan, Benoit Brossier, Pierre Grondin, Yves Bergeron, Brigitte Talon, Olivier Blarquez, Lisa Bajolle, Adam Ali, 2018. Guidelines for the use and interpretation of paleofire reconstructions based on various archives and proxies. Quaternary Research 193:312-322 DOI:10.1016/j.quascirev.2018.06.010

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  23. Nancy Julien, Anaïs Lacasse, Oscar Labra, Hugo Asselin, 2018. Review of chronic non-cancer pain research among Aboriginal people in Canada. International Journal for Quality in Health Care 30(3):178–185 DOI:10.1093/intqhc/mzx195

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  24. Annie Claude Bélisle, Hugo Asselin, Patrice Leblanc, Sylvie Gauthier, 2018. Local knowledge in ecological modeling. Ecology and Evolution 23(2):14 DOI:10.5751/ES-09949-230214

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  25. Yadav Uprety, Uttam Babu Shrestha, Sujata Shrestha, Ram Prasad Chaudhary, Ajaya Thakali, Geoff Cockfield, Hugo Asselin, 2017. Perceptions of climate change by highland communities in the Nepal Himalaya. Climate and Development 649-661 DOI:10.1080/17565529.2017.1304886

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  26. Chantal Viscogliosi, Hugo Asselin, Suzy Basile, Yves Couturier, Marie Josée Drolet, Daniel Gagnon, Jill Elaine Torrie, Mélanie Levasseur, 2017. A scoping review protocol on social participation of Indigenous elders, intergenerational solidarity, and their influence on individual and community wellness. BMJ Open 7:e015931 DOI:10.1136/bmjopen-2017-015931

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  27. Pauline Suffice, Hugo Asselin, Louis Imbeau, Marianne Cheveau, Pierre Drapeau, 2017. More fishers and fewer martens due to cumulative effects of forest management and climate change as evidenced from local knowledge. Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 13:51 DOI:10.1186/s13002-017-0180-9

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  28. Chantal Viscogliosi, Hugo Asselin, Suzy Basile, Yves Couturier, Marie Josée Drolet, Dominique Gagnon, Jill Elaine Torrie, Mélanie Levasseur, 2017. Supporting indigenous elders in their contribution to the well-being of their communities: A partnership approach. Occupational Therapy Now 19(4):16-17

  29. Yadav Uprety, Hugo Asselin, Yves Bergeron, 2017. Preserving Ecosystem Services on Indigenous Territory through Restoration and Management of a Cultural Keystone Species. Forests 8(6):194 DOI:10.3390/f8060194

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  30. Tiphaine Després, Hugo Asselin, Frédérick Doyon, Igor Drobyshev, Yves Bergeron, 2017. Gap dynamics of late successional sugarmaple–yellow birch forests at their northern range limit. J. Veg. Sci. 28(2):368-378 DOI:10.1111/jvs.12480

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  31. Benoît Tendeng, Hugo Asselin, Louis Imbeau, 2016. Moose (Alces americanus) habitat suitability in temperate deciduous forests based on Algonquin traditional knowledge and on a habitat suitability index. Ecoscience 23(3-4):77-87 DOI:10.1080/11956860.2016.1263923

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  32. Cécile Remy, Martin Lavoie, Martin-Philippe Girardin, Christelle Hely-Alleaume, Yves Bergeron, Pierre Grondin, France Oris, Hugo Asselin, Adam Ali, 2016. Wildfire size alters long-term vegetation trajectories in boreal forests of eastern North America. J. of Biogeography 43(12):vv DOI:10.1111/jbi.12921

  33. Samira Ouarmim, Laure Paradis, Hugo Asselin, Yves Bergeron, Adam Ali, Christelle Hely-Alleaume, 2016. Burning Potential of Fire Refuges in the Boreal Mixedwood Forest. Forests 7(10):246 DOI:10.3390/f7100246

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  34. I.J. Davidson-Hunt, Hugo Asselin, F. Berkes, K. Brown, C.J. Idrobo, M.A. Jones, P. McConney, R.M. O'Flaherty, James Patrick Robson, M. Rodriguez, 2016. The use of biodiversity for responding to globalised change. People in Nature: Valuing the diversity of interrelationships between people and nature. Chapitre 3. 108 p. DOI:10.2305/IUCN.CH.2016.05.en

  35. C.J. Idrobo, Hugo Asselin, I.J. Davidson-Hunt, P. McConney, S.S. Meijer, N. Olsen, H. Suich, 2016. Mixed methodology for PiN landscape assessments. People in Nature: Valuing the diversity of interrelationships between people and nature. Chapitre 2. 108 p. DOI:10.2305/IUCN.CH.2016.05.en

  36. Serge Bordeleau, Hugo Asselin, Marc Mazerolle, Louis Imbeau, 2016. Is it still safe to eat traditional food? Addressing traditional food safety concerns in aboriginal communities. Science of the Total Environment 565:529-538 DOI:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2016.04.189

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  37. Yadav Uprety, Anaïs Lacasse, Hugo Asselin, 2016. Traditional Uses of Medicinal Plants from the Canadian Boreal Forest for the Management of Chronic Pain Syndromes. PAIN Practice 16(4):459-466 DOI:10.1111/papr.12284

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  38. Joanie Caron, Suzanne Durand, Hugo Asselin, 2016. Principles and criteria of sustainable development for the mineral exploration industry. Journal of Cleaner Production 119:215-222 DOI:10.1016/j.jclepro.2016.01.073

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  39. Hugo Asselin, Daniel Gagnon, 2015. Trends in ecological research: Reflecting on 21 years of écoscience. Ecoscience 22(1):1-5 DOI:10.1080/11956860.2015.1120511

  40. Hugo Asselin, 2015. Indigenous Forest Knowledge. Routledge Handbook of Forest Ecology pp. 586-596

  41. Hugo Asselin, Daniel Gagnon, 2015. Trends in ecological research: reflecting on 21 years of Écoscience. / Tendances de recherche en écologie: réflexions sur 21 ans d'Écoscience. Ecoscience 22:1-5 DOI:10.1080/11956860.2015.1120511

  42. Khadija Babi, Hugo Asselin, Mostafa Benzaazoua, 2015. Stakeholders' perceptions of sustainable mining in Morocco: A case study of the abandoned Kettara mine. The Extractive Industries and Society 3(1):185-192 DOI:10.1016/j.exis.2015.11.007

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  43. Hugo Asselin, Mario Larouche, Daniel Kneeshaw, 2015. Assessing forest management scenarios on an Aboriginal territory through simulation modeling. For. Chron. 91(4): 426-435 DOI:10.5558/tfc2015-072

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  44. Ahmed El Guellab, Hugo Asselin, Sylvie Gauthier, Yves Bergeron, Adam Ali, 2015. Holocene variations of wildfire occurrence as a guide for sustainable management of the northeastern Canadian boreal forest. Forest Ecosystems 2:15 DOI:10.1186/s40663-015-0039-2

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  45. Yadav Uprety, Hugo Asselin, Anaïs Lacasse, 2015. Traditional Uses of Medicinal Plants from the Canadian Boreal Forest for the Management of Chronic Pain Syndromes. PAIN Practice  DOI:10.1111/papr.12284

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  46. Samira Ouarmim, Adam Ali, Hugo Asselin, Christelle Hely-Alleaume, Yves Bergeron, 2015. Evaluating the persistence of post-fire residual patches in the eastern Canadian boreal mixedwood forest. Boreas 44(1):230-239 DOI:10.1111/bor.12087

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  47. Maan B. Rokayaa, Yadav Uprety, Ram C. Poudel, Binu Timsinab, Zuzana Münzbergová, Hugo Asselin, Achyut Tiwaric, Krishna K. Shrestha, Shalik R. Sigdeli, 2014. Traditional uses of medicinal plants in gastrointestinal disorders in Nepal. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 158, Part A:221 - 229 DOI:10.1016/j.jep.2014.10.014

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  48. France Oris, Adam Ali, Hugo Asselin, Laure Paradis, Yves Bergeron, Walter Finsinger, 2014. Charcoal dispersion and deposition in boreal lakes from 3 years of monitoring: Differences between local and regional fires. Geophysical Research Letters 41:6743-6752 DOI:10.1002/2014GL060984

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  49. Tiphaine Després, Hugo Asselin, Frédérick Doyon, Yves Bergeron, 2014. Structural and Spatial Characteristics of Old-Growth Temperate Deciduous Forests at Their Northern Distribution Limit. Forest Science 60(5):871-880 DOI:10.5849/forsci.13-105

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  50. France Oris, Hugo Asselin, Adam Ali, Walter Finsinger, Yves Bergeron, 2014. Effect of increased fire activity on global warming in the boreal forest. Environ. Rev.  DOI:10.1139/er-2013-0062

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  51. Samira Ouarmim, Hugo Asselin, Yves Bergeron, Adam Ali, Christelle Hely-Alleaume, 2014. Stand structure in fire refuges of the eastern Canadian boreal mixedwood forest. For. Ecol. Manage. 324:1-7 DOI:10.1016/j.foreco.2014.03.034

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  52. France Oris, Hugo Asselin, Walter Finsinger, Christelle Hely-Alleaume, Olivier Blarquez, Marie-Eve Ferland, Yves Bergeron, Adam Ali, 2014. Long-term fire history in northern quebec: Implications for the northern limit of commercial forests. Journal of Applied Ecology 51(3):675-683 DOI:10.1111/1365-2664.12240

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  53. Benoit Brossier, France Oris, Walter Finsinger, Hugo Asselin, Yves Bergeron, Adam Ali, 2014. Using tree-ring records to calibrate peak detection in fire reconstructions based on sedimentary charcoal records. Holocene 24(6):635-645 DOI:10.1177/0959683614526902

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  54. Igor Drobyshev, Marc-Antoine Guitard, Hugo Asselin, Aurélie Genries, Yves Bergeron, 2014. Environmental controls of the northern distribution limit of yellow birch in eastern Canada. Can. J. For. Res. 44:720-731 DOI:10.1139/cjfr-2013-0511

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  55. Samira Ouarmim, Hugo Asselin, Christelle Hely-Alleaume, Yves Bergeron, Adam Ali, 2014. Long-term dynamics of fire refuges in boreal mixedwood forests. Journal of Quaternary Science 29(2):123-129 DOI:10.1002/jqs.2685

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  56. Yassine Messaoud, Hugo Asselin, Yves Bergeron, Pierre Grondin, 2014. Competitive Advantage of Black Spruce Over Balsam Fir in Coniferous Boreal Forests of Eastern North America Revealed by Site Index. Forest Science 60(1):57-62 DOI:10.5849/forsci.12-004

  57. Yadav Uprety, Hugo Asselin, Yves Bergeron, Marc Mazerolle, 2014. White pine (Pinus strobus L.) regeneration dynamics at the species’ northern limit of continuous distribution. New Forests 45(1):131-147 DOI:10.1007/s11056-013-9396-2

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  58. Narayan Prasad Dhital, Frédérick Raulier, Hugo Asselin, Louis Imbeau, Osvaldo Valeria, Yves Bergeron, 2013. Emulating boreal forest disturbance dynamics: Can we maintain timber supply, aboriginal land use, and woodland caribou habitat? For. Chron. 89(1):54-65 DOI:10.5558/tfc2013-011

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  59. Yadav Uprety, Hugo Asselin, Yves Bergeron, 2013. Cultural importance of white pine (Pinus strobus L.) to the Kitcisakik Algonquin community of western Quebec, Canada. Can. J. For. Res. 43:544-551 DOI:10.1139/cjfr-2012-0514

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  60. Narayan Prasad Dhital, Frédérick Raulier, Hugo Asselin, Louis Imbeau, Osvaldo Valeria, Yves Bergeron, 2013. Emulating boreal forest disturbance dynamics: Can we maintain timber supply, aboriginal land use, and woodland caribou habitat? For. Chron. 89(1):54-65 DOI:10.5558/tfc2013-011

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  61. Yadav Uprety, Ram C. Poudel, Krishna K. Shrestha, Achyut Tiwaric, N.N. Tiwari, Uttam Babu Shrestha, Hugo Asselin, 2012. Diversity of use and local knowledge of wild edible plant resources in Nepal. Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 8:16

  62. Hugo Asselin, Suzy Basile, 2012. Éthique de la recherche avec les Peuples autochtones : qu'en pensent les principaux intéressés? Éthique publique 14(1):333-345

  63. Yadav Uprety, Hugo Asselin, Archana Dhakal, Nancy Julien, 2012. Traditional use of medicinal plants in the boreal forest of Canada: review and perspectives Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 8:7 DOI:10.1186/1746-4269-8-7

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  64. Guillaume de Lafontaine, Hugo Asselin, 2012. Soil charcoal stability over the Holocene across boreal northeastern North America. Quaternary Research 76(2):196-200 DOI:10.1016/j.yqres.2011.06.006

  65. Guillaume de Lafontaine, Hugo Asselin, 2012. Soil charcoal stability over the Holocene—Response to comments by Mikael Ohlson. Quaternary Research 78(1):155-156 DOI:10.1016/j.yqres.2012.03.008

  66. Yadav Uprety, Hugo Asselin, Yves Bergeron, Frédérick Doyon, Jean-François Boucher, 2012. Contribution of traditional knowledge to ecological restoration: Practices and applications. Ecoscience 19(3):225-237 DOI:10.2980/19-3-3530

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  67. Hugo Asselin, 2011. Plan Nord : les autochtones laissés en plan. Recherches amérindiennes au Québec 41:37-46

  68. Yadav Uprety, Ram C. Poudel, Hugo Asselin, Emmanuel K. Boon, Krishna K. Shrestha, 2011. Stakeholder perspectives on use, trade, and conservation of medicinal plants in the Rasuwa district of Central Nepal. Journal of Mountain Science 8:75-86

  69. Yadav Uprety, Ram C. Poudel, Hugo Asselin, Emmanuel K. Boon, 2010. Plant biodiversity and ethnobotany inside the projected impact area of the Upper Seti Hydropower Project, Western Nepal. Environment, Development and Sustainability.  DOI:10.1007/s10668-010-9271-7

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  70. Yadav Uprety, Hugo Asselin, Emmanuel K. Boon, Saroj Yadav, Krishna K. Shrestha, 2010. Indigenous use and bio-efficacy of medicinal plants in the Rasuwa District, Central Nepal. Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 6:3 DOI:10.1186/1746-4269-6-3

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  71. Bernhard Denneler, Hugo Asselin, Yves Bergeron, Yves Bégin, 2008. Decreased fire frequency and increased water levels affect riparian forest dynamics in southwestern boreal Quebec, Canada. Can. J. For. Res. 38(5):1083-1094. DOI:10.1139/X07-223

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  72. Adam Ali, Hugo Asselin, Alain Larouche, Yves Bergeron, Christopher Carcaillet, Pierre J.H. Richard, 2008. Changes in fire regime explain the Holocene rise and fall of Abies balsamea in the coniferous forests of western Québec, Canada. Holocene 18(5):693-703. DOI:10.1177/0959683608091780

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  73. Bernhard Denneler, Yves Bergeron, Yves Bégin, Hugo Asselin, 2008. Growth responses of riparian Thuja occidentalis to the damming of a large boreal lake. Botany 86:53-62. DOI:10.1139/B07-116

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  74. Yassine Messaoud, Yves Bergeron, Hugo Asselin, 2007. Reproductive potential of Balsam fir (Abies balsamea), White spruce (Picea glauca), and Black spruce (P. Mariana) at the ecotone between mixedwood and coniferous forests in the boreal zone of Western Quebec. American Journal of Botany. 94(5):746-754.

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  75. Hugo Asselin, Serge Payette, 2006. Origin and long-term dynamics of a subarctic tree line. Ecoscience 13:135-142 DOI:10.2980/i1195-6860-13-2-135.1

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  76. Nicolas Lecomte, Martin Simard, Hugo Asselin, 2006. Similarities and differences between harvesting- and wildifire-induced disturbances in fire-mediated canadian landscapes. National Council for Air and Stream Improvement 53 p.

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  77. Hugo Asselin, Annie Belleau, Yves Bergeron, 2006. Factors responsible for the co-occurrence of forested and unforested rock outcrops in the boreal forest. Landscape Ecology 21:271-280. DOI:10.1007/s10980-005-1393-1

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  78. Hugo Asselin, Serge Payette, 2005. Detecting local-scale fire episodes on pollen slides. Review of Paleobotany and Palynology 137:31-40

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  79. Hugo Asselin, Serge Payette, 2005. Late Holocene deforestation of a tree line site: estimation of pre-fire vegetation composition and black spruce cover using soil charcoal. Ecography 28:801-805 DOI:10.1111/j.2005.0906-7590.04216.x

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  80. Hugo Asselin, Serge Payette, 2005. Late Holocene opening of the forest-tundra landscape in northern Québec, Canada. Global Ecology and Biogeography. 14:307-313 DOI:10.1111/j.1466-822X.2005.00157.x

  81. J.P.P. Jasinski, Hugo Asselin, 2004. Alternative view on alternative stable states. Frontiers in ecology and the environment 2:10-11

  82. Hugo Asselin, Serge Payette, Marie-Josée Fortin, Sheila Vallée, 2003. The northern limit of Pinus banksiana Lamb. in Canada: explaining the difference between the eastern and western distributions. J. of Biogeography 30:1709-1718 DOI:10.1046/j.1365-2699.2003.00935.x

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  83. David F. Greene, Christian Messier, Hugo Asselin, Marie-Josée Fortin, 2002. The effect of light availability and basal area on cone production in Abies balsamea and Picea glauca. Can. J. Bot. 80(4):370-377. DOI:10.1139/b02-020

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  84. Hugo Asselin, Marie-Josée Fortin, Yves Bergeron, 2001. Spatial distribution of late-successional coniferous species regeneration following disturbance in southwestern Québec boreal forest. For. Ecol. Manage. 140(1):29-37. DOI:10.1016/S0378-1127(00)00273-5

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Doctorat
(d) = direction; (c) = co-direction

◊ Annie Claude Bélisle (d)

◊ Maria Isabel Canovas Abril (c)

◊ Joanie Caron (d)

◊ Landry Charello (d)

◊ Rodrigue Fapa Nanfack (c)

◊ Dorian Gaboriau (d)

◊ Marion Lacand (d)

◊ Julia Morarin (d)

◊ Guillaume Proulx (d)

◊ Maxime Thomas (c)

◊ Cyndy Wylde (c)



Maîtrise
(d) = direction; (c) = co-direction

◊ Sonia Demontigny (d)

◊ Louis-Joseph Drapeau (d)

◊ Ghislain Drolet (d)

◊ Denis Gengoux (d)

◊ Patrice Gilbert (d)

◊ Éliane Grant (c)

◊ Maurice Joseph Kistabish (d)

◊ Jérémie Maillé-Bizier (d)

◊ Eva-Marie Nadon-Legault (c)

◊ Philippe Poliquin (d)

◊ Béatrice Venne (c)





Gradué Doctorat
(d) = direction; (c) = co-direction

◊ Véronique Landry (d) 2019

◊ Pauline Suffice (c) 2019

◊ Suzy Basile (d) 2017

◊ Tiphaine Després (d) 2015

◊ France Oris (d) 2014

◊ Pape-Déthié Ndione (d) 2014

◊ Samira Ouarmim (d) 2013

◊ Yadav Uprety (d) 2013



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(d) = direction; (c) = co-direction

◊ Maël Casu (d) 2018

◊ Laura Marcela Fuentes Serna (d) 2018

◊ Mhaly Bois-Charlebois (d) 2018

◊ Zacharie Moulin (d) 2018

◊ Abed Nego Jules (d) 2018

◊ Aurore Lucas (c) 2017

◊ Véronique Simard (c) 2016

◊ Serge Bordeleau (d) 2015

◊ Marc-Antoine Guitard (c) 2015

◊ Joanie Caron (c) 2014

◊ Benoît Tendeng (d) 2014

◊ Khadija Babi (d) 2012

◊ Roxane Germain (d) 2012

◊ Ahmed El Guellab (d) 2012

◊ Mario Larouche (c) 2008



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