Véronique Lesage is the new Managing Editor for Annals of Forest Science since February 1, 2020. She is Research Engineer at INRAE at Clermont Ferrand (France) and will join the INRAE-Université de Clermont-Auvergne joint unit “PIAF”. She
C. Ziegler et al., “Large hydraulic safety margins protect Neotropical canopy rainforest tree species against hydraulic failure during drought” Tropical rainforests are under the thread of more frequent drought episodes, that may in places induce tree dieback.
The editorial procedures of Annals of Forest Science change continuously for the better (we hope!). After having put an emphasis on access to data associated to publications, we made another albeit smaller chage: we no longer accept
We are launching the special issue “Impacts of natural disturbances on forest ecosystems under climate change: large-scale analysis and modelling” Forest ecosystems play a key role in ensuring Earth’s climate stability by storing large amounts of carbon
Data papers aim at describing a dataset made available to a larger community. Data papers are a scientific valuable production and should provide all required information for a large use of the data. The data paper should
Open Science is a combination of practices enhancing collaborative work and dissemination of all productions related to research processes. These practices result in a free availability of research data, analytical pipelines, lab notes and other research products,
We are launching the special issue “Establishment of second-growth forests in human landscapes: ecological mechanisms and genetic consequences”. This special issue will gather articles arising from the ERA-NET BiodivERsA3 research project “Unraveling the Potential of Spontaneous Forest
We are launching the topical collection “Assisted Migration and Forest Seed Transfer”. This special issue will gather articles investigating potential chances and risks of assisted gene flow and assisted migration of forest tree populations in climate change.
We are pleased to invite submissions of Research, Review, Data and Opinion papers to be considered for our topical collections. These collections (virtual collections) are brought together as a result of a symposium, a congress, a working group
Isabelle received a master degree in Plant Sciences from AgroParisTech School and carried out her PhD in Plant Biology at INRA, Versailles. Her research focused on the natural variation for seed mucilage production in the plant model