Forest Ecology Lab


63Yuan, Z.Y.H.Y.H. Chen, and P.B. Reich. 2011. Global-scale latitudinal patterns of plant fine root nitrogen and phosphorus. Nature Communications 2:344 DOI:10.1038/ncomms1346. F1000Prime Recommended
62Luo, Y., and H.Y.H. Chen. 2011. Competition, species interaction, and ageing control tree mortality in boreal forests. Journal of Ecology 99:1470-1480 .
61Taylor, A.R., and H.Y.H. Chen. 2011. Multiple successional pathways of boreal forest stands in central Canada. Ecography 34:208-219.
60Brassard, B.W.H.Y.H. Chen, Y. Bergeron, and D. Paré. 2011. Differences in fine root productivity between mixed- and single-species stands. Functional Ecology 25:238-246.
59Cavard, X., Y. Bergeron, H.Y.H. Chen, D. Paré, J. Laganière, and B. Brassard. 2011. Competition and facilitation between tree species change with stand development. Oikos 120:1683-1695.
58Messaoud, Y., and H.Y.H. Chen. 2011. The influence of recent climate change on tree height growth differs with species and growing environment. Plos One 6(2):e14691.
57Brassard, B.W.H.Y.H. Chen, Y. Bergeron, and D. Paré. 2011. Coarse root biomass allometric equations for Abies balsameaPicea marianaPinus banksiana, and Populus tremuloides in the boreal forest of Ontario, Canada.  Biomass & Bioenergy 35:4189-4196.
56Cavard, X., Y. Bergeron, H.Y.H. Chen, and D. Paré. 2011. Effect of forest-canopy composition on soil nutrients and dynamics of understory: mixed canopies serve neither vascular nor bryophyte strata. Journal of Vegetation Science 22:1105-1119.
55Cavard, X., S.E. Macdonald, Y. Bergeron, and H.Y.H. Chen. 2011. Importance of mixedwoods for biodiversity conservation: Evidence for understory plants, songbirds, soil fauna, and ectomycorrhizae in northern forests. Environmental Reviews 19:142-161.
54Seedre, M.B.M. ShresthaH.Y.H. Chen, S. Colombo, and K. Jõgiste. 2011. Carbon dynamics of North American boreal forest after stand replacing wildfire and clearcut logging. Journal of Forest Research16:168-183.
53Laganière, J., D.A. Angers, D. Paré, Y. Bergeron, and H.Y.H. Chen. 2011. Black spruce soils accumulate more uncomplexed organic matter than aspen soils. Soil Science Society of America Journal 75: 1125-1132.