Her scientific interests lie mostly in Ecology, Holocene, Physical geography, Climate change and Subarctic climate. Her work in the fields of Tsuga, Pollen and Productivity overlaps with other areas such as Lambdina fiscellaria and Choristoneura fumiferana. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Global cooling and Bay.
Louise Filion usually deals with Physical geography and limits it to topics linked to Snow and Scree, Climatology and Peninsula. Her work on Tree line as part of her general Climate change study is frequently connected to Environmental science, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. Her Subarctic climate research includes elements of Growing season, Black spruce, Krummholz, Vegetation and Chronology.
Her primary areas of study are Ecology, Holocene, Physical geography, Subarctic climate and Dendrochronology. Her work deals with themes such as Abies balsamea and Balsam, which intersect with Ecology. She combines subjects such as Peat, Aeolian processes, Radiocarbon dating and Sea level with her study of Holocene.
Her research integrates issues of Climatology, Bay, Peninsula and Snow, Geomorphology in her study of Physical geography. Her Subarctic climate study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Black spruce, Krummholz, Nivation, Water level and Tree line. The Dendrochronology study combines topics in areas such as Larch, Larix laricina, Woody plant, Botany and Taiga.
Louise Filion mainly focuses on Ecology, Physical geography, Snow, Holocene and Dendrochronology. Her Ecology research incorporates elements of Abies balsamea and Balsam. Her Physical geography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Bay, Climate change, Subarctic climate and Geomorphology.
Her studies deal with areas such as Climatology and Peninsula as well as Snow. Her research in Holocene intersects with topics in Plant community, Shore and Sea level. Her research brings together the fields of Chronology and Dendrochronology.
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White spruce expansion at the tree line and recent climatic change
Serge Payette;Louise Filion.
Canadian Journal of Forest Research (1985)
Light rings in subarctic conifers as a dendrochronological tool
Louise Filion;Serge Payette;Line Gauthier;Yves Boutin.
Quaternary Research (1986)
Disturbance regime of a cold temperate forest as deduced from tree-ring patterns: the Tantaré Ecological Reserve, Quebec
Serge Payette;Louise Filion;Ann Delwaide.
Canadian Journal of Forest Research (1990)
Secular climate change in old-growth tree-line vegetation of northern Quebec
Serge Payette;Louise Filion;Line Gauthier;Yves Boutin.
A relationship between dunes, fire and climate recorded in the Holocene deposits of Quebec
Reconstruction of tree-line vegetation response to long-term climate change
Serge Payette;Louise Filion;Ann Delwaide;Christian Bégin.
Mid-Holocene Hemlock Decline in Eastern North America Linked with Phytophagous Insect Activity
Najat Bhiry;Louise Filion.
Quaternary Research (1996)
Black spruce (Picea marianna) architecture
Christian Bégin;Louise Filion.
Tree-Ring Reconstruction of High-Magnitude Snow Avalanches in the Northern Gaspé Peninsula, Québec, Canada
Simon Dubé;Louise Filion;Bernard Hétu.
Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research (2004)
Environmental Change in the Great Whale River Region, Hudson Bay: Five Decades of Multidisciplinary Research by Centre d'études Nordiques (CEN)
Najat Bhiry;Ann Delwaide;Michel Allard;Yves Bégin.
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