Martin-Michel Gauthier
Martin-Michel Gauthier
Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service
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Walnut (Juglans spp.) ecophysiology in response to environmental stresses and potential acclimation to climate change
MM Gauthier, DF Jacobs
Annals of forest science 68 (8), 1277-1290, 2011
342011
Short-term physiological responses of black walnut (Juglans nigra L.) to plantation thinning
MM Gauthier, DF Jacobs
Forest Science 55 (3), 221-229, 2009
262009
Effects of harvest gap size, soil scarification, and vegetation control on regeneration dynamics in sugar maple-yellow birch stands
MM Gauthier, MC Lambert, S Bédard
Forest Science 62 (2), 237-246, 2016
222016
Inter-and intra-specific competitiveness of plantation-grown American chestnut (Castanea dentata)
MM Gauthier, KE Zellers, M Löf, DF Jacobs
Forest Ecology and Management 291, 289-299, 2013
192013
Precommercial thinning increases growth of overstory aspen and understory balsam fir in a boreal mixedwood stand
M Prévost, MM Gauthier
Forest Ecology and Management 278, 17-26, 2012
182012
Ecophysiological responses of black walnut (Juglans nigra) to plantation thinning along a vertical canopy gradient
MM Gauthier, DF Jacobs
Forest ecology and management 259 (5), 867-874, 2010
152010
White spruce (Picea glauca) restoration in temperate mixedwood stands using patch cuts and enrichment planting
F Hébert, V Roy, I Auger, MM Gauthier
The Forestry Chronicle 89 (3), 392-400, 2013
142013
Grapevine (Vitis spp.) dynamics in association with manual tending, physiography, and host tree associations in temperate deciduous forests
RC Morrissey, MM Gauthier, JA Kershaw Jr, DF Jacobs, JR Seifert, ...
Forest ecology and management 257 (8), 1839-1846, 2009
122009
Partitioning risks of tree mortality by modes of death in managed and unmanaged northern hardwoods and mixedwoods
F Guillemette, MM Gauthier, R Ouimet
The Forestry Chronicle 93 (3), 246-258, 2017
82017
On the relationship between saplings and ingrowth in northern hardwood stands
MM Gauthier, F Guillemette, S Bédard
Forest Ecology and Management 358, 261-271, 2015
82015
Commercial thinning to meet wood production objectives and develop structural heterogeneity: a case study in the spruce-fir forest, Quebec, Canada
MM Gauthier, M Barrette, S Tremblay
Forests 6 (2), 510-532, 2015
82015
Shelterwood cutting in a red spruce–balsam fir lowland site: Effects of final cut on water table and regeneration development
M Prévost, MM Gauthier
Forest Ecology and Management 291, 404-416, 2013
72013
Effets réels décennaux des coupes de jardinage pratiquées de 1995 à 1999 dans un contexte opérationnel
F Guillemette, MM Gauthier, MC Lambert, S Bédard
Gouvernement du Québec. Direction de la recherche forestière, 2013
72013
Bark type reflects growth potential of yellow birch and sugar maple at the northern limit of their range
MM Gauthier, F Guillemette
Plant Ecology 219 (4), 381-390, 2018
62018
Precommercial thinning as a silvicultural option for treating very dense conifer stands
MM Gauthier, S Tremblay
Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 33 (5), 446-454, 2018
52018
Comparing structural attributes in uneven-aged managed and unmanaged sugar maple stands
MM Gauthier, S Bédard, F Guillemette
Forestry: An International Journal of Forest Research 92 (1), 62-72, 2019
32019
Northern Red Oak, White Oak, and Black Walnut Diameter Growth for the First 3 Years after Thinning in a Mixed Planting
MM Gauthier, DF Jacobs
Northern Journal of Applied Forestry 27 (3), 110-116, 2010
32010
Reductions in net photosynthesis and stomatal conductance vary with time since leaf detachment in three deciduous angiosperms
MM Gauthier, DF Jacobs
Trees 32 (5), 1247-1252, 2018
22018
Ecophysiological drivers of hardwood plantation diameter growth under non-limiting light conditions
MM Gauthier, DF Jacobs
Forest Ecology and Management 419, 220-226, 2018
22018
Conifer regeneration in managed temperate mixedwood stands: the balance between release and competition
C Larouche, MM Gauthier, V Roy, D Blouin
New Forests 46 (3), 409-425, 2015
22015
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