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Emmanuel Amoah Boakye

emmanuelamoah.boakye@uqat.ca

Mr. Emmanuel Amoah Boakye is from Ghana located in West Africa. He has interests in understanding the sensitivity of forests productivity to climatic influences. In particular, how conservation of plant biodiversity can enhance resilience of forest ecosystems to climate change. Mr. Boakye is optimistic the research experience he is having in UQAT will enhance his skills in climate system research.

Effect of species mixing on long-term trends in forest productivity

Emmanuel Amoah Boakye, Daniel Houle, Yves Bergeron, Martin-Philippe Girardin, Igor Drobyshev. Insect defoliation modulates influence of climate on the growth of tree species in the boreal mixed forests of eastern Canada 2022. Ecology and Evolution 12(3):e8656 DOI : 10.1002/ece3.8656  

Yves Bergeron, Martin-Philippe Girardin, Emmanuel Amoah Boakye, Igor Drobyshev. Contrasting Growth Response of Jack Pine and Trembling Aspen to Climate Warming in Quebec Mixedwoods Forests of Eastern Canada Since the Early Twentieth Century 2021. JGR Biogeosciences 126(5):e2020JG005873 DOI : 10.1029/2020JG005873  

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 Emmanuel Amoah Boakye Influence of long-term climatic variability on the growth of trees in the boreal mixedwood forests of Quebec in eastern Canada
Soutenance thèse (2022-02-21)