Nicolas Bélanger
Nicolas Bélanger
UER science et technologie - Centre d'étude de la forêt, Teluq, Université du Québec
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Linking GIS and water resources management models: an object-oriented method
DC McKinney, X Cai
Environmental Modelling & Software 17 (5), 413-425, 2002
Ca isotope cycling in a forested ecosystem
C Holmden, N Bélanger
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 74 (3), 995-1015, 2010
Extraction and characterization of dissolved organic matter
MH Chantigny, DA Angers, K Kaiser, K Kalbitz
Soil sampling and methods of analysis 2, 617-635, 2008
Harvesting intensity at clear-felling in the boreal forest
E Thiffault, D Paré, N Bélanger, A Munson, F Marquis
Soil Science Society of America Journal 70 (2), 691-701, 2006
Electrical conductivity and soluble ions
JJ Miller, D Curtin
Soil sampling and methods of analysis 2, 2006
Chemical composition of forest floor and consequences for nutrient availability after wildfire and harvesting in the boreal forest
E Thiffault, KD Hannam, SA Quideau, D Paré, N Bélanger, SW Oh, ...
Plant and Soil 308 (1-2), 37-53, 2008
Forest regrowth as the controlling factor of soil nutrient availability 75 years after fire in a deciduous forest of Southern Quebec
N Bélanger, JW Fyles, F Courchesne, WH Hendershot
Plant and Soil 262 (1-2), 363-272, 2004
The soil acid base status of boreal black spruce stands after whole-tree and stem-only harvesting
N Bélanger, D Paré, SH Yamasaki
Canadian journal of forest research 33 (10), 1874-1879, 2003
Resource and non‐resource root competition effects of grasses on early‐versus late‐successional trees
C Messier, L Coll, A Poitras‐Larivière, N Bélanger, J Brisson
Journal of Ecology 97 (3), 548-554, 2009
Productivity of black spruce and Jack pine stands in Quebec as related to climate, site biological features and soil properties
B Hamel, N Bélanger, D Paré
Forest Ecology and Management 191 (1-3), 239-251, 2004
Juvenile growth of hybrid poplars on acidic boreal soil determined by environmental effects of soil preparation, vegetation control, and fertilization
S Bilodeau-Gauthier, D Paré, C Messier, N Bélanger
Forest Ecology and Management 261 (3), 620-629, 2011
How do forest harvesting methods compare with wildfire? A case study of soil chemistry and tree nutrition in the boreal forest
E Thiffault, N Belanger, D Pare, AD Munson
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 37 (9), 1658-1668, 2007
Competition control in juvenile hybrid poplar plantations across a range of site productivities in central Saskatchewan, Canada
BD Pinno, N Bélanger
New forests 37 (2), 213-225, 2009
Column leaching using dry soil to estimate solid-solution partitioning observed in zero-tension lysimeters. 1. Method development
JD MacDonald, N Bélanger, WH Hendershot
Soil & Sediment Contamination 13 (4), 361-374, 2004
Intercropping Caragana arborescens with Salix miyabeana to satisfy nitrogen demand and maximize growth
J Moukoumi, RE Farrell, KJC Van Rees, RK Hynes, N Bélanger
BioEnergy Research 5 (3), 719-732, 2012
Predicting the productivity of a young hybrid poplar clone under intensive plantation management in northern Alberta, Canada using soil and site characteristics
BD Pinno, BR Thomas, N Bélanger
New Forests 39 (1), 89-103, 2010
Wood ash and N fertilization in the Canadian boreal forest: Soil properties and response of jack pine and black spruce
S Brais, N Bélanger, T Guillemette
Forest Ecology and Management 348, 1-14, 2015
Is the use of trees with superior growth a threat to soil nutrient availability? A case study with Norway spruce
N Bélanger, D Paré, M Bouchard, G Daoust
Canadian journal of forest research 34 (3), 560-572, 2004
First rotation biomass production and nutrient cycling within short-rotation coppice willow plantations in Saskatchewan, Canada
RD Hangs, JJ Schoenau, KCJ Van Rees, N Bélanger, T Volk, T Jensen
BioEnergy Research 7 (4), 1091-1111, 2014
Sampling forest soils
N Bélanger, KCJ Van Rees
Soil sampling and methods of analysis, 15-24, 2008
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