Marc-Olivier Martin-Guay

Marc-Olivier Martin-Guay
Université du Québec en Outaouais · Département des sciences naturelles

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Temperate short-rotation agroforestry systems are promising solutions for environmentally and economically sound production of crops and woody biomass. Accurate estimates of microclimatic conditions and tree-crop interactions in these systems are clearly needed to improve their adoption and management, especially in northeastern North America. The...
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• Soil C is the largest C pool in forest ecosystems that contributes to C sequestration and mitigates climate change. Tree diversity enhances forest productivity, so diversifying the tree species composition, notably in managed forests, could increase the quantity of organic matter being transferred to soils and alter other soil properties relevant...
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1.While tree diversity has been proven to enhance above‐ground forest biomass in many instances, the effect on below‐ground biomass has often been neutral, or even negative. This raises the questions of whether above‐ground results are the product of a reduced allocation below‐ground in more diverse forests, which could imply a more efficient acqui...
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Biodiversity affects ecosystem functioning in forests by, for example, enhancing growth and altering the forest structure towards greater complexity with cascading effects on other processes and trophic levels. Complexity in forest canopy could enhance light interception and form a link between diversity and productivity in polyculture forests, but...
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Satisfying the nutritional needs of a growing population whilst limiting environmental repercussions will require sustainable intensification of agriculture. We argue that intercropping, which is the simultaneous production of multiple crops on the same area of land, could play an essential role in this intensification. We carried out the first glo...

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