His main research concerns Phenology, Ecology, Fagus sylvatica, Beech and Quercus petraea. His Phenology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Global warming, Ilex aquifolium, Deciduous and Temperate climate. The Ilex aquifolium study combines topics in areas such as Fraxinus, Carpinus betulus, Hornbeam and Woody plant.
His study looks at the relationship between Deciduous and topics such as Dormancy, which overlap with Tree species, Effects of global warming, photoperiodism, Spring and Temperate deciduous forest. His Temperate climate study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Canopy and Growing season. The Ecology study which covers Horticulture that intersects with Quercus robur.
Yann Vitasse mostly deals with Phenology, Ecology, Environmental science, Temperate climate and Beech. His Phenology study combines topics in areas such as Fagus sylvatica, Global warming, Climate change, Deciduous and Horticulture. Yann Vitasse has researched Global warming in several fields, including Physical geography, Spring and Agronomy.
His research integrates issues of Broad-leaved tree and Botany in his study of Horticulture. His studies examine the connections between Ecology and genetics, as well as such issues in Annual growth cycle of grapevines, with regards to Betulaceae. His studies in Temperate climate integrate themes in fields like Canopy and Terrestrial ecosystem.
His primary scientific interests are in Phenology, Global warming, Frost, Climate change and Agronomy. The study of Phenology is intertwined with the study of Temperate climate in a number of ways. His studies deal with areas such as Beech and Seasonal course as well as Temperate climate.
Yann Vitasse works mostly in the field of Global warming, limiting it down to concerns involving Physical geography and, occasionally, Ecosystem and Plant community. His Climate change study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Ecology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Spring and Late winter in addition to Agronomy.
Yann Vitasse mainly investigates Phenology, Global warming, Temperate climate, photoperiodism and Frost. His Phenology study is concerned with Ecology in general. Ecology is closely attributed to Agronomy in his study.
His Dormancy research includes themes of Picea abies, Climate change, Northern Hemisphere and Fraxinus. His research ties Physical geography and Ecosystem together.
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Declining global warming effects on the phenology of spring leaf unfolding.
Yongshuo H. Fu;Hongfang Zhao;Shilong Piao;Shilong Piao;Marc Peaucelle.
Leaf phenology sensitivity to temperature in European trees: do within-species populations exhibit similar responses?
Yann Vitasse;Yann Vitasse;Sylvain Delzon;Sylvain Delzon;Eric Dufrêne;Eric Dufrêne;Jean-Yves Pontailler;Jean-Yves Pontailler.
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (2009)
Altitudinal differentiation in growth and phenology among populations of temperate-zone tree species growing in a common garden
Yann VitasseY. Vitasse;Sylvain DelzonS. Delzon;Caroline C. BressonC.C. Bresson;Richard MichaletR. Michalet.
Canadian Journal of Forest Research (2009)
Assessing the effects of climate change on the phenology of European temperate trees
Yann Vitasse;Christophe François;Christophe François;Nicolas Delpierre;Eric Dufrêne;Eric Dufrêne.
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (2011)
A first assessment of the impact of the extreme 2018 summer drought on Central European forests
Bernhard Schuldt;Allan Buras;Matthias Arend;Yann Vitasse.
Basic and Applied Ecology (2020)
Responses of canopy duration to temperature changes in four temperate tree species: relative contributions of spring and autumn leaf phenology.
Yann Vitasse;Annabel Josée Porté;Antoine Kremer;Richard Michalet.
The interaction between freezing tolerance and phenology in temperate deciduous trees.
Frontiers in Plant Science (2014)
Quantifying phenological plasticity to temperature in two temperate tree species
Yann Vitasse;Caroline C. Bresson;Antoine Kremer;Richard Michalet.
Functional Ecology (2010)
Variation in leaf flushing date influences autumnal senescence and next year’s flushing date in two temperate tree species
Yongshuo S. H. Fu;Yongshuo S. H. Fu;Matteo Campioli;Yann Vitasse;Hans J. De Boeck.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2014)
To what extent is altitudinal variation of functional traits driven by genetic adaptation in European oak and beech
Caroline C. Bresson;Yann Vitasse;Antoine Kremer;Antoine Kremer;Sylvain Delzon;Sylvain Delzon.
Tree Physiology (2011)
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