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Gauthier, T.-L., J.B. Elliot, C.P.R. McCarter & J.S. Price. (In press; online July 2022) Field-scale compression of Sphagnum moss to improve water retention in a restored bog. Journal of Hydrology 612(B): 128160; doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2022.128160. 

Lemmer, M., B. Xu., M. Strack & L. Rochefort. (Early View, 28 April 2022) Reestablishment of peatland vegetation following surface leveling of decommissioned in situ oil mining infrastructures. Restoration Ecology: e13714; DOI: 10.1111/rec.13714.

Heger, T., J.M. Jeschke, C. Febria, J. Kollmann, S. Murphy, L. Rochefort, N. Shackelford, V.M. Temperton & E. Higgs. (Early view, 12 March 2022). Mapping and assessing the knowledge base of ecological restoration. Restoration Ecology: e13676; DOI: 10.1111/rec.13676.

Guérin Pascal (2022) Restauration d'une communauté végétale avec potentiel d'accumulation de tourbe sur substrat minéral d'une tourbière perturbée par une route. M.Sc. thesis, Université Laval, Québec, 92 pp. (http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11794/73723)

Gignac, C., L. Rochefort, G. Gauthier, E. Lévesque, V. Maire, L. Deschamps, R. Pouliot & M. Marchand-Roy. 2022. N/P addition is more likely than N addition alone to promote a transition from moss-dominated to graminoid-dominated tundra in the High-Arctic. Atmosphere 13(5), 676; https://doi.org/10.3390/atmos13050676. (Open Access)

Guêné-Nanchen, M., M.-C. LeBlanc & L. Rochefort. 2022. Post-fire peatland vegetation recovery: a case study in open rich fens of the Canadian boreal forest. Botany 100(5): 435-447; https://doi.org/10.1139/cjb-2021-0194. (Available upon request to: gret@fsaa.ulaval.ca)

Engering, A., S. J. Davidson, B. Xu, M. Bird, L. Rochefort & M. Strack. 2022. Restoration of a boreal peatland impacted by an in-situ oil sands well-pad 2: Greenhouse gas exchange dynamics. Restoration Ecology 30(3): e13508; DOI: 10.1111/rec.13508. (Available upon request to: gret@fsaa.ulaval.ca)

Blier-Langdeau, A., M. Guêné-Nanchen, S. Hugron & L. Rochefort. 2022. The resistance and short-term resilience of a restored extracted peatland ecosystems post-fire: an opportunistic study after a wildfire. Restoration Ecology 30(4): e13545; doi: 10.1111/rec.13545. (Available upon request to: gret@fsaa.ulaval.ca)