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Oakpine1

Model for mixed stands of sessile oak (Quercus petraea) and Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris)

Authors:

Thomas Perot, Marie Ange Ngo Bieng, François Goreaud

Description:

Oakpine1 is an individual based spatially eplicit model. Competition is described by local competition indices. The growth model is linked to spatial structure models based on point processes. If tree positions are not available, the spatial structure models can be launched at the initialization step to generate a map of the stand.

References

Ngo Bieng, M. A., T. Perot, F. de Coligny and F. Goreaud (2013). “Spatial pattern of trees influences species productivity in a mature oak-pine mixed forest.” European Journal of Forest Research 132(5-6): 841-850.

Ngo Bieng, M. A., C. Ginisty and F. Goreaud (2011). “Point process models for mixed sessile forest stands.” Annals of Forest Science 68(2): 267-274.

Ngo Bieng, M. A., C. Ginisty, F. Goreaud et T. Perot (2006). A first typology of Oak and Scots pine mixed stands in the Orleans forest (France), based on the canopy spatial structure. New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 36(2): 325-346.

Ngo Bieng, M. A. (2007). Construction de modèles de structure spatiale permettant de simuler des peuplements virtuels réalistes. Application aux peuplements mélangés Chêne sessile - Pin sylvestre de la région Centre. Thèse en sciences forestières. ENGREF-Cemagref, Nogent-sur-Vernisson. 183 p.

Pérot, T., F. Goreaud, C. Ginisty et J. F. Dhôte (2010). A model bridging distance-dependent and distance-independent tree models to simulate the growth of mixed forests. Annals of Forest Science 67(2010): 502.

Pérot, T. (2009). Quel est le niveau de détail pertinent pour modéliser la croissance d'une forêt mélangée ? Comparaison d'une famille de modèles et application aux peuplements mélangés chêne sessile - pin sylvestre. Sciences forestières. AgroParisTech, Cemagref, Paris. 202 p.

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