Normand Émile Bergeron
Normand Émile Bergeron
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Catchment‐scale mapping of surface grain size in gravel bed rivers using airborne digital imagery
PE Carbonneau, SN Lane, NE Bergeron
Water resources research 40 (7), 2004
Feature based image processing methods applied to bathymetric measurements from airborne remote sensing in fluvial environments
PE Carbonneau, SN Lane, N Bergeron
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: The Journal of the British …, 2006
Automated grain size measurements from airborne remote sensing for long profile measurements of fluvial grain sizes
PE Carbonneau, N Bergeron, SN Lane
Water Resources Research 41 (11), 2005
Response of the Ha! Ha! River to the flood of July 1996 in the Saguenay region of Quebec: Large‐scale avulsion in a glaciated valley
MF Lapointe, Y Secretan, SN Driscoll, N Bergeron, M Leclerc
Water Resources Research 34 (9), 2383-2392, 1998
Interactive effects of substrate sand and silt contents, redd-scale hydraulic gradients, and interstitial velocities on egg-to-emergence survival of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar)
MF Lapointe, NE Bergeron, F Bérubé, MA Pouliot, P Johnston
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 61 (12), 2271-2277, 2004
Estimating shear velocity and roughness length from velocity profiles
NE Bergeron, AD Abrahams
Water Resources Research 28 (8), 2155-2158, 1992
Flow and particle paths at a natural river confluence with coarse bed material
AG Roy, N Bergeron
Geomorphology 3 (2), 99-112, 1990
Temporal variability of thermal refuges and water temperature patterns in an Atlantic salmon river
SJ Dugdale, NE Bergeron, A St-Hilaire
Remote Sensing of Environment 136, 358-373, 2013
Spatial distribution of thermal refuges analysed in relation to riverscape hydromorphology using airborne thermal infrared imagery
SJ Dugdale, NE Bergeron, A St-Hilaire
Remote Sensing of Environment 160, 43-55, 2015
Cost-effective non-metric close-range digital photogrammetry and its application to a study of coarse gravel river beds
PE Carbonneau, SN Lane, NE Bergeron
International Journal of Remote Sensing 24 (14), 2837-2854, 2003
Hydraulic geometry and changes in flow velocity at a river confluence with coarse bed material
AG Roy, R Roy, N Bergeron
Earth surface processes and Landforms 13 (7), 583-598, 1988
Effect of fine sediment infiltration during the incubation period on Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) embryo survival
HP Julien, NE Bergeron
Hydrobiologia 563 (1), 61-71, 2006
Effects of silt and very fine sand dynamics in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) redds on embryo hatching success
M Levasseur, NE Bergeron, MF Lapointe, F Bérubé
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 63 (7), 1450-1459, 2006
The effect of bedload transport on mean and turbulent flow properties
PE Carbonneau, NE Bergeron
Geomorphology 35 (3-4), 267-278, 2000
Sediment transport in ice-affected rivers
B Turcotte, B Morse, NE Bergeron, AG Roy
Journal of hydrology 409 (1-2), 561-577, 2011
Habitat selection by juvenile Atlantic salmon: the interaction between physical habitat and abundance
RD Hedger, JJ Dodson, NE Bergeron, F Caron
Journal of Fish Biology 67 (4), 1054-1071, 2005
Influence of forest road culverts and waterfalls on the fine-scale distribution of brook trout genetic diversity in a boreal watershed
JB Torterotot, C Perrier, NE Bergeron, L Bernatchez
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 143 (6), 1577-1591, 2014
Diel activity patterns of juvenile Atlantic salmon in rivers with summer water temperature near the temperature‐dependent suppression of diurnal activity
P Johnston, NE Bergeron, JJ Dodson
Journal of Fish Biology 65 (5), 1305-1318, 2004
Feasibility study of a geostatistical modelling of monthly maximum stream temperatures in a multivariate space
N Guillemette, A St-Hilaire, TBMJ Ouarda, N Bergeron, É Robichaud, ...
Journal of hydrology 364 (1-2), 1-12, 2009
The effect of sediment concentration on bedload roughness
NE Bergeron, P Carbonneau
Hydrological Processes 13 (16), 2583-2589, 1999
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