Susy Domenicano

Susy Domenicano
Natural Resources Canada | NRCan · Canadian Forest Service

Masters of Environmental Science

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Introduction
Currently pursuing a PhD degree in Biology. My project involves modelling agroforestry systems in Quebec and evaluating their contribution to the adaptation capacity of agroecosystems to climate change.
Additional affiliations
July 2012 - August 2012
Université du Québec à Montréal
Position
  • Maître de stage
Description
  • Méthodes de mesure d’indice de surface foliaires (LAI) adaptées au système agroforestier
March 2012 - April 2012
Independent Researcher
Independent Researcher
Position
  • Stage interinstitutionnel
Description
  • Collaboration on the development of an agroforestry model (Hi-sAFe). Preparation of joint publication on the development, use and application of the Hi-sAFe model.
Education
September 2011 - August 2015
September 2003 - August 2005
Université du Québec à Montréal
Field of study
  • Environmental Science
September 1999 - May 2003
Concordia University Montreal
Field of study
  • Geography

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Publications (3)
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The study analyses the effects of two different forms of nitrogen fertilisation (nitrate and ammonium) on root structure and water uptake of two hybrid poplar (Populus maximowiczii x P. balsamifera) clones in a field experiment. Water uptake was studied using sap flow gauges on individual proximal roots and coarse root structure was examined by exc...
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We evaluate the importance of changes in photosynthetic capacity, respiration rates, root shoot ratio, pipe model parameters and specific leaf area in the early-growth response of hybrid poplar to nitrogen availability. Juvenile growth simulations for trees with three different levels of leaf nitrogen concentration (Nleaf) (low (1.2%), medium (2.4%...
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We compared prefire and postfire organic-layer depths in boreal forest types (14 fires) across Canada, and examined tree recruitment as a function of depth. There was extensive within-stand variation in depth, much of it due to clustering of thinner organic layers around boles. There were no significant differences in postfire organic-layer depth a...

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