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Igor Drobyshev

Igor Drobyshev est le directeur du laboratoire de dendroécologie situé à la station de recherche à la FERLD. Originaire de St-Petersbourg, il est au Canada depuis 2008.

Igor participe à de nombreuses recherches en dendroécologie de la forêt boréale et feuillue en différents endroit de l'hémisphère nord. Il s'intéresse particulièrement à la reconstitution historique des feux de forêts, la dendrochronologie et la modélisation climatique. Dans ses temps libres, il s'adonne au soccer.

Poste occupé à l'UQAT : Directeur du Laboratoire de Dendroécologie (UQAT)
À la chaire depuis : 2008

Igor est en mesure de fournir l'expertise et l'équipement nécessaires pour accomplir de la recherche dans le domaine de la dendrochronologie et de la dendroécologie aux étudiants et aux chercheurs de l'Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue et de l'Université du Québec à Montréal ainsi qu'aux chercheurs et aux étudiants d'autres universités canadiennes et internationales.

Pour en savoir davantage sur le laboratoire, veuillez consulter le site suivant (anglais) : http://dendro.uqat.ca

Autres sites à consulter :

Courriel : igor.drobyshev[at]uqat.ca

Formation académique:

  • Ph.D. Lund University, Sweden 2004
  • Maîtrise en biologie Lund University, Sweden 1998
  • Maîtrise en biologie St. Petersburg, Russia 1993

Publications : (voir les plus récentes)

  1. Claudie Giguère-Croteau, Étienne Boucher, Yves Bergeron, Martin-Philippe Girardin, Igor Drobyshev, Lucas R.C. Silva, Jean-François Hélie, Michelle Garneau, 2019. North America’s oldest boreal trees are more efficient water users due to increased [CO2], but do not grow faster PNAS Online first DOI:10.1073/pnas.1816686116

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  2. Clémentine Ols, Valérie Trouet, Martin-Philippe Girardin, Annika Hofgaard, Yves Bergeron, Igor Drobyshev, 2018. Post-1980 shifts in the sensitivity of boreal tree growth to North Atlantic Ocean dynamics and seasonal climate Tree growth responses to North Atlantic Ocean dynamics. Global and Planetary Change 165:1-12 DOI:10.1016/j.gloplacha.2018.03.006

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  3. Xia-Ming Wang, E. Stenstrom, J. Boberg, Clémentine Ols, Igor Drobyshev, 2017. Outbreaks of Gremmeniella abietina cause considerable decline in stem growth of surviving Scots pine trees. Dendrochronologia 44:39-47

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  4. Giorgio Vacchiano, Andy Hacket-Pain, Marco Turco, Renzo Motta, Janet Maringer, Marco Conedera, Igor Drobyshev, Davide Ascoli, 2017. Spatial patterns and broad-scale weather cues of beech mast seeding in Europe. New Phytologist 215(2):595–608 DOI:10.1111/nph.14600

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  5. Davide Ascoli, Janet Maringer, Andy Hacket-Pain, Marco Conedera, Igor Drobyshev, Renzo Motta, Mara Cirolli, Wladyslaw Kantorowicz, Chrisian Zang, Silvio Schueler, Luc Croisé, Pietro Piussi, Roberta Berretti, Ciprian Palaghianu, Marjana Westergren, Jonathan Lageard, Anton Burkart, Regula Gehrig Bichsel, Peter A. Thomas, Burkhard Beudert, Rolf Overgaard, Giorgio Vacchiano, 2017. Two centuries of masting data for European beech and Norway spruce across the European continent. Ecology 98(5):1473 DOI:10.1002/ecy.1785

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  6. Raphaël Aussenac, Yves Bergeron, Claudele Ghotsa Mekontchou, Dominique Gravel, Kamil Pilch, Igor Drobyshev, 2017. Intraspecific variability in growth response to environmental fluctuations modulates the stabilizing effect of species divertsity on forest growth. Journal of Ecology 105:1010-1020 DOI:10.1111/1365-2745.12728

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  7. Clémentine Ols, Martin-Philippe Girardin, Annika Hofgaard, Yves Bergeron, Igor Drobyshev, 2017. Monitoring Climate Sensitivity Shifts in Tree-Rings of Eastern Boreal North America Using Model-Data Comparison. Ecosystems 21(5):1042-1057 DOI:10.1007/s10021-017-0203-3

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  8. Igor Drobyshev, Yves Bergeron, Martin-Philippe Girardin, Sylvie Gauthier, Clémentine Ols, John Ojal, 2017. Strong Gradients in Forest Sensitivity to Climate Change Revealed by Dynamics of Forest Fire Cycles in the Post Little Ice Age Era. J. Geophys. Res. 122(10):2605-2616 DOI:10.1002/2017JG003826

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  9. 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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  10. Tadeusz Bartek Splawinski, Igor Drobyshev, Sylvie Gauthier, Yves Bergeron, David F. Greene, Nelson Thiffault, 2017. Precommercial Thinning of Picea mariana and Pinus banksiana: Impact of Treatment Timing and Competitors on Growth Response. Forest Science 63(1):62-70 DOI:10.5849/forsci.15-178

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  11. Kokouvi Adonsou, Igor Drobyshev, Annie DesRochers, Francine Tremblay, 2016. Root connections affect radial growth of balsam poplar trees. Trees 30(5):1775-1783 DOI:10.1007/s00468-016-1409-2

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  12. Clémentine Ols, Annika Hofgaard, Yves Bergeron, Igor Drobyshev, 2016. Previous growing season climate controls the occurrence of black spruce growth anomalies in boreal forests of Eastern Canada. Can. J. For. Res. 46(5):696-705 DOI:10.1139/cjfr-2015-0404

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  13. Igor Drobyshev, Yves Bergeron, Anne de Vernal, Anders Moberg, Adam Ali, Mats Niklasson, 2016. Atlantic SSTs control regime shifts in forest fire activity of Northern Scandinavia. Nature Scientific Reports 6, Article number: 22532 DOI:10.1038/srep22532

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  14. Rik Van Bogaert, Sylvie Gauthier, Igor Drobyshev, Karelle Jayen, David M. Green, Yves Bergeron, 2015. Prolonged Absence of Disturbance Associated with Increased Environmental Stress May Lead to Reduced Seedbank Size in Picea mariana in Boreal Eastern North America Ecosystems 18(7):1135-1150 DOI:10.1007/s10021-015-9888-3

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  15. Igor Drobyshev, Yves Bergeron, Hans W. Linderholm, Anders Granström, Mats Niklasson, 2015. A 700-year record of large fire years in northern Scandinavia shows large variability and increased frequency during the 1800 s Quaternary Research 30(3):211-221 DOI:10.1002/jqs.2765

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  16. Yun Zhang, Yves Bergeron, Lushuang Gao, Xiu-hai Zhao, Xia-Ming Wang, Igor Drobyshev, 2014. Tree growth and regeneration dynamics at a mountain ecotone on Changbai Mountain, northeastern China: Which factors control species distributions? Ecoscience 21(3-4):387-404 DOI:10.2980/21-(3-4)-3702

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  17. Yun Zhang, Yves Bergeron, Xiu-hai Zhao, Igor Drobyshev, 2014. Stand history is more important than climate in controlling red maple (Acer rubrum L.) growth at its northern distribution limit in western Quebec, Canada Journal of Plant Ecology 1-12 DOI:10.1093/jpe/rtu029

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  18. Igor Drobyshev, Anders Granström, Hans W. Linderholm, Erik Hellberg, Yves Bergeron, Mats Niklasson, 2014. Multi-century reconstruction of fire activity in Northern European boreal forest suggests differences in regional fire regimes and their sensitivity to climate. Journal of Ecology 102(3):738-748

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  19. Yun Zhang, Igor Drobyshev, Lushuang Gao, Xiu-hai Zhao, Yves Bergeron, 2014. Disturbance and regeneration dynamics of a mixed Korean pine dominated forest on Changbai Mountain, North-Eastern China. Dendrochronologia 32(1):21-31 DOI:10.1016/j.dendro.2013.06.003

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  20. 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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  21. Igor Drobyshev, Mats Niklasson, Marc Mazerolle, Yves Bergeron, 2014. Reconstruction of a 253-year long mast record of European beech reveals its association with large scale temperature variability and no long-term trend in mast frequencies. Agric. For. Meteorol. 192-193:9-17 DOI:10.1016/j.agrformet.2014.02.010

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  22. Sylvie Gewehr, Igor Drobyshev, Frank Berninger, Yves Bergeron, 2014. Soil characteristics mediate the distribution and response of boreal trees to climatic variability. Can. J. For. Res. 44:487-498 DOI:10.1139/cjfr-2013-0481

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  23. Igor Drobyshev, Sylvie Gewehr, Frank Berninger, Yves Bergeron, 2013. Species specific growth responses of black spruce and trembling aspen may enhance resilience of boreal forest to climate change Journal of Ecology 101(1):231-242 DOI:10.1111/1365-2745.12007

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  24. Igor Drobyshev, P. Charles Goebel, Yves Bergeron, R Gregory Corace, 2012. Detecting changes in climate forcing on the fire regime of a North American mixed-pine forest: A case study of Seney National Wildlife Refuge, Upper Michigan Dendrochronologia 30(2):137-145 DOI:10.1016/j.dendro.2011.07.002

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  25. Aurélie Genries, Igor Drobyshev, Yves Bergeron, 2012. Growth-climate response of Jack pine on clay soils in northeastern Canada. Dendrochronologia 30(2):127-136 DOI:10.1016/j.dendro.2011.08.005

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  26. Igor Drobyshev, Micheal Flannigan, Yves Bergeron, Martin-Philippe Girardin, Byambagere Suran, 2010. Variation in local weather explains differences in fire regimes within a Québec south-eastern boreal forest landscape. International Journal of Wildland Fire 19(8):1073-1082 DOI:10.1071/WF09101

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  27. Mats Niklasson, Igor Drobyshev, Tomasz Zielonka, 2010. A 400-year history of fires on lake islands in south-east Sweden. International Journal of Wildland Fire 19(8):1050-1058 DOI:10.1071/WF09117

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  28. 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

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  29. Martin-Philippe Girardin, Adam Ali, Christopher Carcaillet, Manfred Mudelsee, Igor Drobyshev, Christelle Hely-Alleaume, Yves Bergeron, 2009. Heterogeneous response of circumboreal wildfire risk to climate change since the early 1900s Global Change Biology 15(11):2751–2769 DOI:10.1111/j.1365-2486.2009.01869.x

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  30. Martin-Philippe Girardin, Adam Ali, Christopher Carcaillet, Manfred Mudelsee, Igor Drobyshev, Christelle Hely-Alleaume, Yves Bergeron, 2009. Heterogeneous response of circumboreal wildfire risk to climate change since the early 1900s. Global Change Biology 1-19. DOI:10.1111/j.1365-2486.2009.01869.x

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

◊ Emmanuel Amoah Boakye (d)

◊ Claudele Ghotsa Mekontchou (d)

◊ Qingbiao Jiang (d)

◊ Nina Ryzhkova (d)





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

◊ Mary Robles (d)



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

◊ Raphaël Aussenac (d) 2017

◊ Clémentine Ols (c) 2017

◊ Yun Zhang (c) 2014



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

◊ Arvin Beekharry (c) 2016



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