Alexis Achim
Alexis Achim
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Slope stability and erosion control: ecotechnological solutions
JE Norris, A Stokes, SB Mickovski, E Cammeraat, R Van Beek, BC Nicoll, ...
Springer Science & Business Media, 2008
2402008
Modelling the vulnerability of balsam fir forests to wind damage
A Achim, JC Ruel, BA Gardiner, G Laflamme, S Meunier
Forest Ecology and Management 204 (1), 37-52, 2005
1362005
The stability of different silvicultural systems: a wind-tunnel investigation
B Gardiner, B Marshall, A Achim, R Belcher, C Wood
Forestry 78 (5), 471-484, 2005
1162005
Wind loading of trees: influence of tree size and competition
SE Hale, BA Gardiner, A Wellpott, BC Nicoll, A Achim
European Journal of Forest Research 131 (1), 203-217, 2012
1012012
The relationship between standing tree acoustic assessment and timber quality in Scots pine and the practical implications for assessing timber quality from naturally …
D Auty, A Achim
Forestry 81 (4), 475-487, 2008
1002008
Does steep terrain influence tree stability? A field investigation
BC Nicoll, A Achim, S Mochan, BA Gardiner
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 35 (10), 2360-2367, 2005
982005
Effects of early re-spacing on the physical and mechanical properties of Sitka spruce structural timber
J Moore, A Achim, A Lyon, S Mochan, B Gardiner
Forest Ecology and Management 258 (7), 1174-1180, 2009
702009
lidR: An R package for analysis of Airborne Laser Scanning (ALS) data
JR Roussel, D Auty, NC Coops, P Tompalski, TRH Goodbody, AS Meador, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 251, 112061, 2020
682020
Removing bias from LiDAR-based estimates of canopy height: Accounting for the effects of pulse density and footprint size
JR Roussel, J Caspersen, M Béland, S Thomas, A Achim
Remote Sensing of Environment 198, 1-16, 2017
672017
Genetic improvement of white spruce mechanical wood traits—early screening by means of acoustic velocity
P Lenz, D Auty, A Achim, J Beaulieu, J Mackay
Forests 4 (3), 575-594, 2013
662013
Quantifying the influence of live crown ratio on the mechanical properties of clear wood
A Kuprevicius, D Auty, A Achim, JP Caspersen
Forestry 86 (3), 361-369, 2013
622013
Models for predicting wood density variation in Scots pine
D Auty, A Achim, E Macdonald, AD Cameron, BA Gardiner
Forestry: An International Journal of Forest Research 87 (3), 449-458, 2014
602014
The architecture of Picea sitchensis structural root systems on horizontal and sloping terrain
BC Nicoll, S Berthier, A Achim, K Gouskou, F Danjon, LPH Van Beek
Trees 20 (6), 701-712, 2006
602006
Effect of process parameters and raw material characteristics on physical and mechanical properties of wood pellets made from sugar maple particles
QN Nguyen, A Cloutier, A Achim, T Stevanovic
Biomass and bioenergy 80, 338-349, 2015
572015
Predicting the branching properties of Sitka spruce grown in Great Britain
A Achim, B Gardiner, JM Leban, R Daquitaine
New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 36 (2/3), 246-264, 2006
532006
Models for predicting microfibril angle variation in Scots pine
D Auty, BA Gardiner, A Achim, JR Moore, AD Cameron
Annals of Forest Science 70 (2), 209-218, 2013
472013
ForestGALES. A PC-based wind risk model for British forests. Version 2.0
B Gardiner, J Suárez, A Achim, S Hale, B Nicoll
Forestry Commission, Edinburgh, 2004
472004
Evaluating the effect of precommercial thinning on the resistance of balsam fir to windthrow through experimentation, modelling, and development of simple indices
A Achim, JC Ruel, BA Gardiner
Canadian journal of forest research 35 (8), 1844-1853, 2005
462005
Effect of tree spacing on tree level volume growth, morphology, and wood properties in a 25-year-old Pinus banksiana plantation in the boreal forest of Quebec
F Hébert, C Krause, PY Plourde, A Achim, G Prégent, J Ménétrier
Forests 7 (11), 276, 2016
432016
Using a standing-tree acoustic tool to identify forest stands for the production of mechanically-graded lumber
N Paradis, D Auty, P Carter, A Achim
Sensors 13 (3), 3394-3408, 2013
422013
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