Elliott James B., Price Jonathan S. (2020) Comparison of soil hydraulic properties estimated from steady-state experiments and transient field observations through simulating soil moisture in regenerated Sphagnum moss. Journal of Hydrology 582: 124489; (Article complet disponible sur demande à :

Hugron Sandrine, Guêné-Nanchen Mélina, Roux Noémie, LeBlanc Marie-Claire, Rochefort Line. (2020) Plant reintroduction in restored peatlands: 80% successfully transferred – Does the remaining 20% matters? Global Ecology and Conservation 22, June 2020, e01000; (Accès libre)

Lazcano Cristina, Deol A.S., Brummell Martin E., Strack Maria (2020) Interactive effects of vegetation and water table depth on belowground C and N mobilization and greenhouse gas emissions in a restored peatland. Plant and Soil 448: 299-313; (Article complet disponible sur demande à :

Alshehri A., Dunn Christian, Freeman Christopher, Hugron Sandrine, Jones Timothy Graham, Rochefort Line. (2020) A potential approach for enhancing carbon sequestration during peatland restoration using low-cost, phenolic-rich biomass supplements. Frontiers in Environmental Science 8 (Article48): 1-8; (Accès libre)


Bravo Tania G., Brummell Martin E., Strack Maria, Rochefort Line. (2020) Effect of invasion by birch on the growth of planted spruce at a post-extraction peatland. Mires and Peat 26(Article 14): 1-9; DOI: 10.19189/MaP.2019.OMB.StA.1807. (Accès libre)

Gaffney Paul P. J., Hugron Sandrine, Jutras Sylvain, Marcoux Olivier, Raymond Sébastien, Rochefort Line. (2020) Ecohydrological change following rewetting of a deep-drained northern raised bog. Ecohydrology 13(5): e2210; (Accès libre)

Guêné-Nanchen Mélina, D'Amour Noémie, Rochefort Line. (2020) Adaptation of restoration target with climate change: the case of a coastal peatland. Botany 98: 439-448; (Supplementary data are available with the article through the journal Web site at (Disponible sur demande à :

Lemmer Meike, Rochefort Line, Strack Maria (2020) Greenhouse gas emissions dynamics in restored fens after in-situ oil sands well pad disturbances of Canadian boreal peatlands. Frontiers in Earth Sciences 8: 557943; (Libre accès)