Publications and references

Forest management and silviculture in the north – balancing future needs; Stjørdal, Norway; 6–8 September 2011. Book of Abstracts

Molina, E., Valeria, O., Martin, M., Montoro Girona, M., & Ramirez, J. A. (2022). Long-Term Impacts of Forest Management Practices under Climate Change on Structure, Composition, and Fragmentation of the Canadian Boreal Landscape. Forests13(8), 1292.

Martin, M., Leduc, A., Fenton, N. J., Montoro Girona, M., Bergeron, Y., & Valeria, O. (2022). Irregular forest structures originating after fire: an opportunity to promote alternatives to even‐aged management in boreal forests. Journal of Applied Ecology.

Achim, A., Moreau, G., Coops, N. C., Axelson, J. N., Barrette, J., Bédard, S., K. E. Byrne, J. Caspersen, A. R., Dick, L. D'Oragenville, G. Drolet, B. N.I. Eskelson, C. N. T. R.H. Goodbody, V. C. Griess, S. M. Hagerman, K. Keys, B. Lafleur, M. Montoro Girona, D. M. Morris, C. A. Nock, B. D. Pinno, P. Raymond, V. Roy, R., Schneider, M. Soucy, B. Stewart, J.D. Sylvain, A. R. Taylor, E. Thiffault, N. Thiffault, U. Vepakomma, J. C. & White & White, J. C. (2022). The changing culture of silviculture. Forestry95(2), 143-152.

Hof, A. R., Montoro Girona, M., Fortin, M. J., & Tremblay, J. A. (2021). Using landscape simulation models to help balance conflicting goals in changing forests. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 818.

Lavoie, J., Montoro Girona, M.*, and Morin, H. Does the type of silvicultural practice influence spruce budworm defoliation of seedlings? 2021. Ecosphere.

Ameray, A., Bergeron, Y., Valeria, O., Montoro Girona, M., & Cavard, X. (2021). Forest carbon management: A review of silvicultural practices and management strategies across boreal, temperate and tropical forests. Current Forestry Reports7(4), 245-266.

Kim, S.,* Axelsson, P., Montoro Girona, M., and Senior, J. Continuous-cover forestry maintains soil fungal communities in Swedish boreal ecosystems. 2021. For. Ecol. and Manag.

Moussaoui, L.*, Leduc, A., Bélisle, A.-C., Fenton, N., Lafleur, B., Montoro Girona, M., Bergeron, Y. 2020. Forests. Factors influencing the success of partial harvesting ten years after harvest in black spruce boreal forests.

Montoro Girona, M., Morin, H., Lussier, J. M., & Walsh, D. (2016). Radial growth response of black spruce stands ten years after experimental shelterwoods and seed-tree cuttings in boreal forest. Forests7(10), 240.

Montoro Girona, M., Rossi, S., Lussier, J. M., Walsh, D., & Morin, H. (2017). Understanding tree growth responses after partial cuttings: A new approach. PLoS One12(2), e0172653.

Montoro Girona, M., Morin, H., Lussier, J. M., & Ruel, J. C. (2019). Post-cutting mortality following experimental silvicultural treatments in unmanaged boreal forest stands. Frontiers in Forests and Global Change2, 4.

Montoro Girona, M., Lussier, J. M., Morin, H., & Thiffault, N. (2018). Conifer regeneration after experimental shelterwood and seed-tree treatments in boreal forests: finding silvicultural alternatives. Frontiers in plant science9, 1145.

Lavoie, J., Montoro Girona, M., & Morin, H. (2019). Vulnerability of conifer regeneration to spruce budworm outbreaks in the eastern Canadian boreal forest. Forests10(10), 850.

Pappas, C., Bélanger, N., Bergeron, Y., Blarquez, O., Chen, H. Y., Comeau, P. G., ... & Kneeshaw, D. (2022). Smartforests Canada: A network of monitoring plots for forest management under environmental change. Climate-Smart Forestry in Mountain Regions, 521-543.

Publications of interest

Miguel Montoro Girona, Hubert Morin, Sylvie Gauthier, Yves Bergeron (eds.). Boreal Forests in the Face of Climate Change - Sustainable Management. Springer; March 2023.