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Robert L. Bradley

Courriel : robert.bradley[at]usherbrooke.ca

Publications : (voir la liste complète)

  1. Mark Fox, Linda E. Tackaberry, Pascal Drouin, Yves Bergeron, Robert L. Bradley, Hughes B. Massicotte, Han Chen, 2013. Microbial Community Structure of Soils under Four Productivity Classes of Aspen Forests in Northern British Columbia. Ecoscience 20(3):264-275 DOI:10.2980/20-3-3611

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  2. Nelson Thiffault, Nicole J. Fenton, Alison Munson, François Hébert, Richard Fournier, Osvaldo Valeria, Robert L. Bradley, Yves Bergeron, Pierre Grondin, David Paré, Gilles Joanisse, 2013. Managing Understory Vegetation for Maintaining Productivity in Black Spruce Forests: A Synthesis within a Multi-Scale Research Model. Forests 4:613-631 DOI:10.3390/f4030613

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  3. Jérôme Laganière, David Paré, Robert L. Bradley, 2010. How does a tree species influence litter decomposition? Separating the relative contribution of litter quality, litter mixing, and forest floor conditions. Can. J. For. Res. 40(3):465–475 DOI:10.1139/X09-208

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  4. Jérôme Laganière, David Paré, Robert L. Bradley, 2009. Linking the abundance of aspen with soil faunal communities and rates of belowground processes within single stands of mixed aspen-black spruce. Applied Soil Ecology 41(1):19-28

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  5. Josyanne Lamarche, Robert L. Bradley, David Paré, Sonia Légaré, Yves Bergeron, 2004. Soil parent material may control forest floor properties more than stand type or stand age in mixedwood boreal forest. Ecoscience 11(2):228-237.











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