Mathieu Fortin
Mathieu Fortin
LERFoB AgroParisTech/INRA
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Forest soil carbon is threatened by intensive biomass harvesting
DL Achat, M Fortin, G Landmann, B Ringeval, L Augusto
Scientific reports 5 (1), 1-10, 2015
Life strategies in intra-annual dynamics of wood formation: example of three conifer species in a temperate forest in north-east France
HE Cuny, CBK Rathgeber, F Lebourgeois, M Fortin, M Fournier
Tree physiology 32 (5), 612-625, 2012
Modeling tree recruitment with zero-inflated models: the example of hardwood stands in southern Québec, Canada
M Fortin, J DeBlois
Forest Science 53 (4), 529-539, 2007
Predicting individual tree mortality in northern hardwood stands under uneven-aged management in southern Québec, Canada
M Fortin, S Bédard, J DeBlois, S Meunier
Annals of Forest Science 65 (2), 1, 2008
Quantifying the impact of forest management on the carbon balance of the forest-wood product chain: a case study applied to even-aged oak stands in France
M Fortin, F Ningre, N Robert, F Mothe
Forest Ecology and Management 279, 176-188, 2012
Effect of climate and intra-and inter-specific competition on diameter increment in beech and oak stands
R Manso, F Morneau, F Ningre, M Fortin
Forestry: An International Journal of Forest Research 88 (5), 540-551, 2015
A simple stem taper model with mixed effects for boreal black spruce
G Lejeune, CH Ung, M Fortin, XJ Guo, MC Lambert, JC Ruel
European journal of forest research 128 (5), 505-513, 2009
A variance-covariance structure to take into account repeated measurements and heteroscedasticity in growth modeling
M Fortin, G Daigle, CH Ung, J Bégin, L Archambault
European Journal of Forest Research 126 (4), 573-585, 2007
Accounting for error correlations in diameter increment modelling: a case study applied to northern hardwood stands in Quebec, Canada
M Fortin, S Bedard, J DeBlois, S Meunier
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 38 (8), 2274-2286, 2008
Improving tree selection for partial cutting through joint probability modelling of tree vigor and quality
D Pothier, M Fortin, D Auty, S Delisle-Boulianne, LV Gagné, A Achim
Canadian journal of forest research 43 (3), 288-298, 2013
Stochastic or deterministic single-tree models: is there any difference in growth predictions?
M Fortin, L Langevin
Annals of Forest Science 69 (2), 271-282, 2012
Evaluation of a tree classification system in relation to mortality risk in Québec northern hardwoods
F Guillemette, S Bédard, M Fortin
The Forestry Chronicle 84 (6), 886-899, 2008
The measurement of sexual orientation: Historical background and current practices
D Beaulieu-Prévost, M Fortin
Sexologies 24 (1), e15-e19, 2015
M Fortin, L Langevin
Ministère des ressources naturelles et de la faune, Direction de la …, 2010
Mise au point d'un tarif de cubage general pour les forets quebecoises: une approche pour mieux evaluer l'incertitude associee aux previsions
M Fortin, J DeBlois, S Bernier, G Blais
The Forestry Chronicle 83 (5), 754-765, 2007
Predicting dependent binary outcomes through logistic regressions and meta-elliptical copulas
C Genest, AK Nikoloulopoulos, LP Rivest, M Fortin
Brazilian Journal of Probability and Statistics 27 (3), 265-284, 2013
Predicting volumes by log grades in standing sugar maple and yellow birch trees in southern Quebec, Canada
M Fortin, F Guillemette, S Bedard
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 39 (10), 1928-1938, 2009
Modelling seed germination in forest tree species through survival analysis. The Pinus pinea L. case study
R Manso, M Fortin, R Calama, M Pardos
Forest Ecology and Management 289, 515-524, 2013
Une relation hauteur-diamètre tenant compte de l'influence de la station et du climat pour 20 espèces commerciales du Québec
M Fortin, S Bernier, JP Saucier, F Labbé
Gouvernement du Québec. Direction de la recherche forestière, 2009
Evidence of climate effects on the height-diameter relationships of tree species
M Fortin, R Van Couwenberghe, V Perez, C Piedallu
Annals of forest science 76 (1), 1-20, 2019
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