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Détermination des limites pédoclimatiques du châtaignier dans le Haut-Languedoc - Construction d'un outil d'aide à la décision pour l'adaptation de la sylviculture

Abstract : The Regional Natural Park of Haut-Languedoc leads the creation of a pedo-climatic atlas of stations and forest species in the territory in collaboration with other actors. This atlas is considering establishing the ecological niche of the main species of the Park and the construction of models of station’s convenience. This tool will allow managers and forest owners to adapt future forestry and reforestations in a scenario of changing climate. Here the treated specie was chestnut, a tree with strong economic and cultural issues in the region, producing a great appreciated wood. The opportunities for the chestnut’s industry development are very interesting. The main results of this work are the establishment of the ecological and climate more conducive situations to chestnut, a clear link between climate and the health conditions of the stands and the construction of a model to predict the risk wasting depending on climatic parameters and the topographic position of the stands.
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Antonio Garcia Collado. Détermination des limites pédoclimatiques du châtaignier dans le Haut-Languedoc - Construction d'un outil d'aide à la décision pour l'adaptation de la sylviculture. Sciences de l'environnement. 2014. ⟨hal-01836186⟩

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