2023 - Research.com Ecology and Evolution in Canada Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Ecology and Evolution in Canada Leader Award
2010 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada Academy of Science
2007 - Prix Marie-Victorin, Government of Quebec
His primary areas of study are Taiga, Ecology, Forestry, Boreal and Vegetation. Yves Bergeron has included themes like Climatology, Climate change, Fire ecology, Disturbance and Fire regime in his Taiga study. His work on Ecological succession, Chronosequence and Black spruce is typically connected to Spruce budworm as part of general Ecology study, connecting several disciplines of science.
The concepts of his Forestry study are interwoven with issues in Dendrochronology, Canopy, Woody plant and Chronology. His work in the fields of Boreal, such as Boreal ecosystem, intersects with other areas such as Poison control. His research investigates the connection between Vegetation and topics such as Physical geography that intersect with problems in Tree species.
Yves Bergeron mostly deals with Taiga, Ecology, Boreal, Black spruce and Forestry. His Taiga research incorporates elements of Climate change, Disturbance, Fire regime, Vegetation and Physical geography. He frequently studies issues relating to Abies balsamea and Ecology.
His studies deal with areas such as Forest management, Dendrochronology, Climatology and Growing season as well as Boreal. In his study, Productivity is strongly linked to Paludification, which falls under the umbrella field of Black spruce. He combines subjects such as Agroforestry, Canopy and Woody plant with his study of Forestry.
Yves Bergeron focuses on Taiga, Boreal, Ecology, Black spruce and Climate change. His research on Taiga concerns the broader Forestry. His work carried out in the field of Forestry brings together such families of science as Biodiversity, Ecological succession and Canopy.
His Boreal research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Growing season, Frost, Flood myth, Physical geography and Dominance. His Black spruce research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Abies balsamea, Balsam, Agronomy, Sphagnum and Biome. His Climate change research includes elements of Larix sibirica, Host and Paleoecology.
Yves Bergeron mainly focuses on Boreal, Taiga, Ecology, Black spruce and Climate change. Yves Bergeron has included themes like Biomass, Nutrient, Physical geography and Water-use efficiency in his Boreal study. Taiga is a subfield of Forestry that Yves Bergeron tackles.
When carried out as part of a general Ecology research project, his work on Species distribution, Range, Forest ecology and Biodiversity is frequently linked to work in Genetic isolate, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His Black spruce study combines topics in areas such as Regeneration, Serotiny, Agronomy, Paludification and Biome. His study in Climate change is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Growing season and Temperate climate.
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Natural fire regime : a guide for sustainable management of the Canadian boreal forest
Silva Fennica (2002)
CANOPY GAP CHARACTERISTICS AND TREE REPLACEMENT IN THE SOUTHEASTERN BOREAL FOREST
Natural fire frequency for the eastern Canadian boreal forest: consequences for sustainable forestry
Canadian Journal of Forest Research (2001)
SPECIES AND STAND DYNAMICS IN THE MIXED WOODS OF QUEBEC'S SOUTHERN BOREAL FOREST
FIRE REGIMES AT THE TRANSITION BETWEEN MIXEDWOOD AND CONIFEROUS BOREAL FOREST IN NORTHWESTERN QUEBEC
Future wildfire in circumboreal forests in relation to global warming
Journal of Vegetation Science (1998)
The Influence of Island and Mainland Lakeshore Landscapes on Boreal Forest Fire Regimes
Basing silviculture on natural ecosystem dynamics: an approach applied to the southern boreal mixedwood forest of Quebec
Forest Ecology and Management (1997)
Can forest management based on natural disturbances maintain ecological resilience
C. Ronnie Drever;Garry Peterson;Christian Messier;Yves Bergeron.
Forest management guidelines based on natural disturbance dynamics: Stand- and forest-level considerations
Forestry Chronicle (1999)
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