Ingrid Seynave
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Recent changes in forest productivity: an analysis of national forest inventory data for common beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) in north-eastern France
M Charru, I Seynave, F Morneau, JD Bontemps
Forest Ecology and Management 260 (5), 864-874, 2010
Picea abies site index prediction by environmental factors and understorey vegetation: a two-scale approach based on survey databases
I Seynave, JC Gégout, JC Hervé, JF Dhôte, J Drapier, É Bruno, G Dumé
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 35 (7), 1669-1678, 2005
Mapping soil water holding capacity over large areas to predict potential production of forest stands
C Piedallu, JC Gégout, A Bruand, I Seynave
Geoderma 160 (3-4), 355-366, 2011
Significant differences and curvilinearity in the self-thinning relationships of 11 temperate tree species assessed from forest inventory data
M Charru, I Seynave, F Morneau, M Rivoire, JD Bontemps
Annals of Forest Science 69 (2), 195-205, 2012
Is the spatial distribution of European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) limited by its potential height growth?
I Seynave, JC Gégout, JC Hervé, JF Dhôte
Journal of Biogeography 35 (10), 1851-1862, 2008
Recent growth changes in Western European forests are driven by climate warming and structured across tree species climatic habitats
M Charru, I Seynave, JC Hervé, R Bertrand, JD Bontemps
Annals of Forest Science 74 (2), 1-34, 2017
Social status-mediated tree-ring responses to climate of Abies alba and Fagus sylvatica shift in importance with increasing stand basal area
F Lebourgeois, P Eberle, P Mérian, I Seynave
Forest Ecology and Management 328, 209-218, 2014
Species substitution for carbon storage: Sessile oak versus Corsican pine in France as a case study
P Vallet, C Meredieu, I Seynave, T Bélouard, JF Dhôte
Forest Ecology and Management 257 (4), 1314-1323, 2009
Stand density, tree social status and water stress influence allocation in height and diameter growth of Quercus petraea (Liebl.)
R Trouvé, JD Bontemps, I Seynave, C Collet, F Lebourgeois
Tree physiology 35 (10), 1035-1046, 2015
Soil and climate differently impact NDVI patterns according to the season and the stand type
C Piedallu, V Chéret, JP Denux, V Perez, JS Azcona, I Seynave, ...
Science of The Total Environment 651, 2874-2885, 2019
Radial growth resilience of sessile oak after drought is affected by site water status, stand density, and social status
R Trouvé, JD Bontemps, C Collet, I Seynave, F Lebourgeois
Trees 31 (2), 517-529, 2017
Soil aeration, water deficit, nitrogen availability, acidity and temperature all contribute to shaping tree species distribution in temperate forests
C Piedallu, JC Gégout, F Lebourgeois, I Seynave
Journal of Vegetation Science 27 (2), 387-399, 2016
Growth partitioning in forest stands is affected by stand density and summer drought in sessile oak and Douglas-fir
R Trouvé, JD Bontemps, C Collet, I Seynave, F Lebourgeois
Forest ecology and management 334, 358-368, 2014
Spatial patterns of historical growth changes in Norway spruce across western European mountains and the key effect of climate warming
M Charru, I Seynave, JC Hervé, JD Bontemps
Trees 28 (1), 205-221, 2014
Background mortality drivers of European tree species: climate change matters
A Taccoen, C Piedallu, I Seynave, V Perez, A Gégout-Petit, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1900), 20190386, 2019
GIS Coop: networks of silvicultural trials for supporting forest management under changing environment
I Seynave, A Bailly, P Balandier, JD Bontemps, P Cailly, T Cordonnier, ...
Annals of forest science 75 (2), 1-20, 2018
Facteurs écologiques et production du hêtre en France
I Seynave, JC Gégout, JC Hervé, JF Dhote
Forêt Entreprise, 41-45, 2006
Couplage de modèles de flux de gènes et de modèles de dynamique forestière
P Dreyfus, C Pichot, F De Coligny, S Gourlet-Fleury, G Cornu, S Jesel, ...
5. Colloque national du BRG 5, 2004
Etude des potentialités forestières pour l'épicéa commun dans l'est de la France à partir des données de l'IFN
I Seynave, JC Gégout, JC Hervé, JF Dhôte, J Drapier, E Bruno, G Dumé
Revue forestière française, 2004
Decreasing stand density favors resistance, resilience, and recovery of Quercus petraea trees to a severe drought, particularly on dry sites
A Schmitt, R Trouvé, I Seynave, F Lebourgeois
Annals of Forest Science 77, 1-21, 2020
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