Canadian Forest Service Publications
Publications by G. Cyr
Does time since fire drive live aboveground biomass and stand structure in low fire activity boreal forests? Impacts on their management. 2018. Portier, J.; Gauthier, S.; Cyr, G.; Bergeron, Y. J. Environ. Manag. 225: 346-355.
Estimating the spatial distribution and locating hotspots of forest biomass from harvest residues and fire-damaged stands in Canada’s managed forests. 2017. Mansuy, N.; Paré, D.; Thiffault, E.; Bernier, P.Y.; Cyr, G.; Manka, F.; Lafleur, B.; Guindon, L. Biomass Bioenergy 97: 90-99.
Quantifying forest biomass mobilization potential in the boreal and temperate biomes. 2016. Paré, D.; Thiffault, E.; Cyr, G.; Guindon, L. Pages 36-49 in Thiffault, E.; Smith, C.T.; Junginger, M.; Berndes, G., eds. Mobilisation of Forest Bioenergy in the Boreal and Temperate Biomes: Challenges, Opportunities and Case Studies. Academic Press, London, UK.
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Negative impacts of high temperatures on growth of black spruce forests intensify with the anticipated climate warming. Girardin, M.P.; Hogg, E.H.; Bernier, P.Y.; Kurz, W.A.; Guo, X.J.; Cyr, G. 2016. Global Change Biol. 22:627-643.
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