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jeudi 27 avril 2017, par Christophe Orazio


  • Comité Scientifique Régional AcclimaTerra. ANTICIPER LES CHANGEMENTS CLIMATIQUES EN NOUVELLE-AQUITAINE . POUR AGIR DANS LES TERRITOIRES - Rapport synthétique. Région Nouvelle-Aquitaine; 2018:96. Available at: http://www.acclimaterra.fr/uploads/2018/05/Synthese-AcclimaTerra.pdf. Consulté sans date.

  • Comité Scientifique Régional AcclimaTerra. ANTICIPER LES CHANGEMENTS CLIMATIQUES EN NOUVELLE-AQUITAINE . POUR AGIR DANS LES TERRITOIRES. Région Nouvelle-Aquitaine; 2018:488. Available at: http://www.acclimaterra.fr/uploads/2018/05/Rapport-AcclimaTerra.pdf. Consulté sans date.
  • Green T, Orazio C, Kies U, Edwards D. The SIMWOOD project: A demonstration of the potential to increase wood mobilisation. Policy Brief. Unpublished; 2017:15.

  • Richard Sikkema, Sarah Mubareka, Roland Schreiber, et al. Sustainable inovative mobilisation of Wood - D5.1 - Information and recomendations for policy-makers and research priorities in view od Horizon 2020.; 2016:35. Available at: https://pm.bayfor.org/webdav/BCS/Projects/Projektmanagement/SIMWOOD/_Files/13_SIMWOOD Deliverables submitted to EC/D5 1_SIMWOOD_Information recommendation Horizon 2020(0.1).pdf. Consulté sans date.
  • Lupi E. Performance of Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Fanco) provenances from California in France and other Atlantic Europe regions; opportunities and risks in a changing climate context. Frieburg: UNIFRIEBURG; 2016:82.
    Résumé : Global warming is threatening the survival and performances of trees, which are essential for the current dilemma of C sequestration and biomass production. Out of many strategies to maintain those trees abilities, one is the introduction of non-native species, among which the Douglas fir provenances stand out for their qualities and quantity of wood produced and their fast growth. Using two data networks (the REINFFORCE network and a south-east network), we assessed the effect of climate, site and genetic factors on the survival and growth of several Douglas fir provenances including the coastal and interior regions of California. Additionally effects of these factors on architectural defects and bud break were also investigated. In usual environmental conditions for the Douglas fir, northern provenances are known to be the most appropriate. However results from comparisons between Californian and Oregon seed sources, settle the superiority of the Californian provenances in the southern sites. At older ages (23-39 years old) under Mediterranean climate, Californian provenances were far superior to the Oregon provenances for survival rate and showed a competitive growth. However, under Atlantic climate (McKnight T.L., et al., 2000, the Oregon provenances had a better height growth at a young age (5 years old) while the Californian provenances still had a better survival rate. Additionally the Californian provenances did not display architectural defects, except a slight trend in having closed insertion angles and big branches. Therefore this work shows the potentialities of the Californian provenances under two different climates at two different age stages. In the context of climate change the Californian Douglas fir is rated as valuable material for a future breeding program.
  • Diez Iglesias N. Adaptation of forest species to climate change analysis of the frequency and nature of health damage over the reinfforce arboreta.; 2016.
    Résumé : Understanding how forest tree species behave in different climatic conditions is essential to develop adaptation strategies to ongoing climate warming. This report analyses the sanitary state of some native and exotic tree species over a climatic gradient to understand the climate effects on their susceptibility to be attacked by some pests or diseases. The analysis was based on the REINFFORCE (“REsource INFrastructures for monitoring, adapting and protecting european atlantic FORests under Changing climatE”) arboreta network with the data collected for three native species, with three provenances each, and eight exotic species. We compared the probability of presenting different pests or diseases, depending on environmental conditions, species provenances in their distribution range, region of origin of the species (exotic vs. native) and existence of congeneric species in Europe for exotic species. Results show the importance of climatic conditions on biotic and abiotic damage suffered by the trees, mainly temperature variables (number of frost days or the mean temperature of the coldest month). We also found that native species are more susceptible to health damage than exotic ones, verifying the enemy release hypothesis (ERH). Finally, we showed that exotic tree species with congeneric native species in Europe are more likely to be attacked by biotic agents than exotic species with no native congeneric (spill-over hypothesis). This report is also an exploratory study, in which the REINFFORCE health assessment protocol was tested for a first assessment to ensure that it provides accurate information of the real health state.

  • Egbert Beuker ; José Climent; Christophe Orazio; Ricardo Alia ; Regina Chambel ; an Kowalczyk,. Guidelines for the deployment of basic materials and seed transfer. TREES4FUTURE; 2016:27. Available at: http://www.trees4future.eu/uploads/t4fdeliverables/T4F_D3.5_Submitted.pdf. Consulté sans date.
    Résumé : As a result of climate change the presently used deployment areas for forest reproductive material (FRM) may not be the optimal in the near future. One way to address this problem is assisted migratio n (AM), which is defined as the human assisted movement of species in response to climate change. To estimate the optimal rate of transfer to be recommended, data from provenance trials can be used. Numerous provenance trials have been established during t he last century for many tree species. The response of the provenances to a transfer is the result of a combination of genetic change and phenotypic plasticity. On the other hand, the effects of a transfer on phenology, pests and diseases as well as pertur bations are not covered well by provenance trials. In order for assisted migration to be functional in Europe it is important that transfer of FRM can be applied without bothering political borders . Moreover, phenotypic plasticity is a relevant criterion t o be consider ed, but the adaptive/neutral/non - adaptive nature of plasticity for each trait or groups of traits must be taken into account. I t is very important that climate data on the smallest resolution available is used, and that also the most sophistic ated climate change scenarios are used. This paper presents three practical examples on the use of data from provenance trials for the definition of future deployment areas for FRM in Europe .
  • Landmann G, Held A, Schuck A, Brusselen JV. European Forests at Risk. A scoping study in support of the development of a European Forest Risk Facility. Freiburg: European Forest Institute; 2015.

  • Arnaud Sergent, Christophe Orazio, Cordero-Debets Rebecca, Vincent Banos, Baptiste Hautdidier, Philippe Deuffic. Roadmaps for the future, Case study report: FRANCE.; 2015. Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.1.3558.8080. Consulté août 11, 2016.
  • Orazio C, Debets RC, Cantero LDLA, et al. Arboretum and demonstration site catalogue REINFFORCE (REsource INFrastructures for monitoring, adapting and protecting European Atlantic FORests under Changing climate). IEFC-EFIATLANTIC. Site de recherche forêt-bois 69, route d’Arcachon, 33612 CESTAS. France.; 2013.

  • Planted forest constitute a strategic but vulnerable resources for future green economy - Summary Report of the 3rd International Congress on Planted Forests. Planted forest constitute a strategic but vulnerable resources for future green economy - Summary Report of the 3rd International Congress on Planted Forests.; 2013:17. Available at: http://www.efiatlantic.efi.int/files/attachments/icpf_report_summary/14-congress-summary-report-final-2013-07-03.pdf. Consulté décembre 1, 2017.

  • Orazio C, DI LUCCHIO L, Almeida MH, et al. State of the Art on Forest Adaptation in the European Atlantic Area National and Regional Approaches Background material for REINFFORCE project Collected on 2009-2010. IEFC; 2013:125. Available at: http://www.iefc.net/activites/REINFFORCE/REINFFORCE_report_on_state_of_art_on_adaptation_to_climate_change.pdf. Consulté janvier 12, 2017.

  • Cornet N. La rentabilité forestière en question : Comparaison des approches et méthodes d’évaluation économique des services sociaux et environnementaux, vers une estimation de la valeur économique totale des forêts d’Aquitaine et d’Euskadi. Bordeaux; 2011:12. Available at: http://www.efiatlantic.efi.int/files/attachments/efiatlantic/research/synth_sencornet.fr.pdf. Consulté janvier 9, 2017.

  • Orazio C, Ureña Lara F, Di Lucchio L. Species and genetic units selection process for REINFFORCE ARBORETA. Pierroton, France: IEFC; 2011. Available at: http://www.iefc.net/activites/REINFFORCE/REINFFORCE_SPECIES_SELECTION_PROCESS_VER2.pdf. Consulté mars 24, 2015.

  • Meredieu C, Orazio C, Baptista-Coelho M, Tomé M. Internet database on forest models, EFORWOOD project, Deliverable D 2.5.5.; 2011:8. Available at: http://www.efi.int/files/attachments/publications/eforwood/efi_tr_68.pdf. Consulté mai 6, 2017.

  • FORSEE FIELD MANUAL. FORSEE FIELD MANUAL. Pierroton: IEFC; 2010. Available at: http://www.iefc.net/?page=activites/FORSEE/FORSEE_guideterrain.V18.en.pdf. Consulté avril 4, 2018.
    Résumé : protocol for field measurement and site description used in sustainability indicator assessment - project FORSEE - www.iefc.net

  • Poissonet M, Orazio C, Carnus J-M. Projet FORSEE Un réseau de zones pilotes pour la gestion durable des forêts de l’Arc Atlantique Rapport final Aquitaine PARTIE 1 : SYNTHESE. IEFC; 2007:135. Available at: https://doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.28096.33285. Consulté sans date.

  • Christophe Orazio, mikaël poissonet, Jean-michel Carnus. Projet FORSEE Un réseau de zones pilotes pour la gestion durable des forêts de l’Arc Atlantique Rapport final régional Aquitaine PARTIE 2 : Matériel et Méthode. IEFC; 2007. Available at: https://doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.14674.56003. Consulté février 15, 2017.

  • Orazio C. FORSEE rapport final. IEFC; 2007:79. Available at: http://w3.pierroton.inra.fr/IEFC/activites/FORSEE/rapports/FORSEE_rapport_final.v10.fr.pdf. Consulté mars 28, 2014.

  • Christophe Orazio, Margarida Tomé, Antoine Colin, et al. FORSEE PROJECT A network of 10 pilot zones to test and improve criteria and indicators for sustainable forest management at regional level in Atlantic European countries Rationale and Workplan Interim report July 2005. Cestas: IEFC; 2006:196. Available at: https://doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.26746.29127. Consulté février 21, 2017.
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  • Colin A, Orazio C, Carnus J-M. Improving and advancing coordination of forest research and development in Europe. Final report, project IMACFORD - Task B1 – Sustainable development of forestry-wood chains in the context of fast-growing European forests - QLK5-CT-2002-3022.; 2003. Available at: http://www.iefc.net/?page=activites/imacford/final_report.v6.without_annexes.pdf. Consulté sans date.

  • Orazio C. Etude bibliographique sur les effets du brûlage dirigée sur l'écosystème forestier.; 1999. Available at: http://www.iefc.net/?page=presentation/cv_orazio/ETUDE_BIBLIOGRAPHIQUE_V7b.pdf. Consulté mars 3, 2016.
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