Daniel Mailly
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Modelling forest ecosystem net primary production: the hybrid simulation approach used in FORECAST
JP Kimmins, D Mailly, B Seely
Ecological modelling 122 (3), 195-224, 1999
2761999
“Without bamboo, the land dies”: biomass, litterfall, and soil organic matter dynamics of a Javanese bamboo talun-kebun system
L Christanty, D Mailly, JP Kimmins
Forest Ecology and Management 87 (1-3), 75-88, 1996
1561996
Predicting basal area increment in a spatially explicit, individual tree model: a test of competition measures with black spruce
D Mailly, S Turbis, D Pothier
Canadian journal of forest research 33 (3), 435-443, 2003
1072003
‘Without bamboo, the land dies’: a conceptual model of the biogeochemical role of bamboo in an Indonesian agroforestry system
L Christanty, JP Kimmins, D Mailly
Forest Ecology and Management 91 (1), 83-91, 1997
1071997
Advances in spatial, individual‐based modelling of forest dynamics
RT Busing, D Mailly
Journal of Vegetation Science 15 (6), 831-842, 2004
962004
Indirect Measurement of Forest Canopy Structure from In Situ Optical Sensors
RA Fournier, D Mailly, JMN Walter, K Soudani
Remote sensing of forest environments, 77-113, 2003
842003
Growth of Pseudotsuga menziesii and Tsuga heterophylla seedlings along a light gradient: resource allocation and morphological acclimation
D Mailly, JP Kimmins
Canadian Journal of Botany 75 (9), 1424-1435, 1997
741997
‘Without bamboo, the land dies’: nutrient cycling and biogeochemistry of a Javanese bamboo talun-kebun system
D Mailly, L Christanty, JP Kimmins
Forest Ecology and Management 91 (2-3), 155-173, 1997
671997
Forest floor and mineral soil development in Casuarina equisetifolia plantations on the coastal sand dunes of Senegal
D Mailly, HA Margolis
Forest ecology and management 55 (1-4), 259-278, 1992
521992
Disturbance and succession in a coniferous forest of northwestern North America: simulations with DRYADES, a spatial gap model
D Mailly, JP Kimmins, RT Busing
Ecological modelling 127 (2-3), 183-205, 2000
462000
Stand-level prediction of balsam fir mortality in relation to spruce budworm defoliation
D Pothier, D Mailly
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 36 (7), 1631-1640, 2006
352006
Spruce budworm-caused mortality to balsam fir and black spruce in pure and mixed conifer stands
D Pothier, JG Elie, I Auger, D Mailly, M Gaudreault
Forest Science 58 (1), 24-33, 2012
272012
A multi‐criteria classification approach for identifying favourable climates for tourism
D Mailly, I Abi‐Zeid, S Pepin
Journal of Multi‐Criteria Decision Analysis 21 (1-2), 65-75, 2014
242014
Predicting balsam fir growth reduction caused by spruce budworm using large-scale historical records of defoliation
D Pothier, D Mailly, S Tremblay
Annals of forest science 62 (3), 261-267, 2005
222005
Guidelines for modeling natural regeneration in boreal forests
JA Blanco, C Welham, JP Kimmins, B Seely, D Mailly
The Forestry Chronicle 85 (3), 427-439, 2009
212009
An analytical framework to assist decision makers in the use of forest ecosystem model predictions
GR Larocque, JS Bhatti, JC Ascough II, J Liu, N Luckai, D Mailly, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 26 (3), 280-288, 2011
202011
The relationship between water content and frost tolerance in shoots of hardwood seedlings
S Calmé, HA Margolis, D Mailly, FJ Bigras
Canadian journal of forest research 25 (11), 1738-1745, 1995
201995
The influence of site tree selection method on site index determination and yield prediction in black spruce stands in northeastern Québec
D Mailly, S Turbis, I Auger, D Pothier
The Forestry Chronicle 80 (1), 134-140, 2004
172004
SOLARCALC 7.0: an enhanced version of a program for the analysis of hemispherical canopy photographs
D Mailly, S Turbis, RL Chazdon
Computers and electronics in agriculture 97, 15-20, 2013
162013
Using height growth to model local and regional response of trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) to climate within the boreal forest of western Québec
KA Anyomi, F Raulier, D Mailly, MP Girardin, Y Bergeron
Ecological Modelling 243, 123-132, 2012
162012
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