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Tim Rademacher

Chercheur postdoctoral
Adaptation de l'industrie acéricole aux changements globaux
Institut des Sciences de la Forêt Tempérée (ISFORT)
Université du Québec en Outaouais


Collaborateurs: Jérôme Dupras, Sylvain Delagrange et Élise Filotas

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BIOGRAPHIE

Mes recherches portent sur les écosystèmes terrestres avec un focus sur les forêts tempérées. J'ai aussi travaillé sur l'agriculture et les forêts urbaines, boréales et tropiques. En gros, tout ce qui est vert m'intéresse. Mon doctorat portait sur la modélisation du cycle de carbone terrestre utilisant des modèles dynamiques globaux de la végétation, des grosses bases de données de télédétection et l'apprentissage statistique. Pendant mon premier stage postdoctoral, j'ai travaillé à l'échelle organismique pour élucider les dynamiques de glucides nonstructureaux et de croissance comme leurs interactions. Mon intérêt pour les érables et l'industrie acéricole m'a éventuellement amené au Québec pour un deuxième stage postdoctoral avec la Chaire de l'économie écologique de l'UQO sur l'adaptation de l'industrie acéricole aux changements globaux. Dans mes recherches, j'aime combiner la technologie (Internet of Things, programmation, etc.) et les statistiques avec des observations sur le terrain et les experiences de manipulations pour répondre à des nombreuses questions fondamentales et appliquées.

FORMATION

THÈMES DE RECHERCHE

Mémoires et thèses

PUBLICATIONS

Articles publiés dans des revues avec comité de lecture

  1. Rademacher, Seyednasrollah, Basler, Chen, Mandra, Miller, Lin, Orwig, Pederson, Pfister, Wei & Richardson (2021) The Wood Image Analysis and Dataset (WIAD): open-access visual analysis tools to advance the ecological data revolution, Methods in Ecology and Evolution, doi: 10.1111/2041-210X.13717  
  2. Zhang, Lv, Xu, Huang, & Rademacher (2021) Dryness decreases average growth rate and increases drought sensitivity of Mongolian oak trees in North China, Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, doi: 10.1016/j.agrformet.2021.108611 
  3. Rademacher, Fonti, LeMoine, Fonti, Basler, Chen, Friend, Seyednasrollah, Eckes-Shephard, & Richardson (2021) Manipulating phloem transport affects wood formation but not nonstructural carbon reserves in an evergreen conifer, Plant, Cell and Environment, doi: 10.1111/pce.14117  
  4. Jucker, Amano, Bell, Garnett, Geffert, Guth, Hacket-Pain, Luke, Mumby, Nunes, Rademacher, Rose, Schleicher, Simmons, Zabala, & Mukherjee (2021) Steps to diversify priority-setting research in conservation: Reflections on de Gracia 2021, Conservation Biology, doi: 10.1111/cobi.13790  
  5. Beyer & Rademacher (2021) Species Richness and Carbon Footprints of Vegetable Oils: Can High Yields Outweigh Palm Oil’s Environmental Impact?, Sustainability, doi: 10.3390/su13041813  
  6. Zhang, Li, Manzanedo, Pederson, D'Orangeville, Lv, Wang, Xu, Zou, Hou, Huang & Rademacher (2020) High risk of growth cessation of planted larch under extreme drought, Environmental Research Letters, doi: 10.1088/1748-9326/abd214  
  7. Manzanedo, HilleRisLambers, Rademacher & Pederson (2020) RETRACTED: Evidence of unprecendented rise in growth synchrony from global tree ring records, Nature Ecology & Evolution, doi: 10.1038/s41559-020-01306-x  
  8. Pugh, Rademacher, Shafer, Steinkamp, Barichivich, Beckage, Haverd, Harper, Heinke, Nishina, Rammig, Sato, Arneth, Hantson, Hickler, Kautz, Quesada, Smith & Thonicke (2020), Understanding the uncertainty in global forest carbon turnover, Biogeosciences, doi: 10.5194/bg-17-3961-2020  
  9. Rademacher, Basler, Eckes-Shephard, Fonti, Friend, Le Moine & Richardson (2019) Using phloem transport manipulation to advance knowledge of carbon dynamics and use in trees, Frontiers in Forests and Global Change, doi: 10.3389/ffgc.2019.00011  
  10. Carbone, Seyednasrollah, Rademacher, Basler, Le Moine, Beals, Beasley, Greene, Kelroy & Richardson (2019) Flux Puppy - an open source software application and portable system design for low-cost manual measurements of CO2 and H2O fluxes, Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, doi: 10.1016/j.agrformet.2019.04.012  
  11. Zhang, Manzanedo, D’Orangeville, Rademacher, Li, Bai, Hou, Chen, Zhou, Song & Pederson (2019) Snowmelt and early to mid‐growing season water availability augment tree growth during rapid warming in southern Asian boreal forests, Global Change Biology, doi: 10.1111/gcb.14749  
  12. Friend, Eckes-Shephard, Fonti, Rademacher, Rathgeber, Richardson & Turton (2019) On the need to consider wood formation processes in global vegetation models and a suggested approach, Annals of Forest Science, doi: 10.1007/s13595-019-0819-x  
  13. Jucker, Wintle, Shackelford, Bocquillon, Geffert, Kasoar, Kovacs, Mumby, Orland, Schleicher, Tew, Zabala, Amano, Bell, Bongalov, Chambers, Corrigan, Durán, Duvic‐Paoli, Emilson, Fonseca da Silva, Garnett, Green, Guth, Hacket‐Pain, Hinsley, Igea, Kunz, Luke, Lynam, Martin, Nunes, Ockendon, Pavitt, Payne, Plutshack, Rademacher, Robertson, Rose, Serban, Simmons, Emilson, Tayleur, Wordley & Mukherjee (2018) Ten-year assessment of the 100 priority questions for global biodiversity conservation, Conservation Biology, doi: 10.1111/cobi.13159  
  14. Hayat, Hacket-Pain, Pretzsch, Rademacher & Friend (2017) Modelling tree growth taking into account source and sink limitations, Frontiers in Plant Sciences, doi: 10.3389/fpls.2017.00182  
  15. Thurner, Beer, Ciais, Friend, Ito, Kleidon, Lomas, Quegan, Rademacher, Schapphoff, Tum, Wiltshire & Carvalhais (2017) Evaluation of climate-related carbon turnover processes in global vegetation models for boreal and temperate forests, Global Change Biology, doi: 10.1111/gcb.13660  
  16. Friend, Lucht, Rademacher, Keribin, Betts, Cadule, Ciais, Clark, Dankers, Falloon, Ito, Kahana, Kleidon, Lomas, Nishina, Ostberg, Pavlick, Peylin, Schaphoff, Vuichard, Warszawski, Wiltshire & Woodward (2014) Anticipating terrestrial vegetation response to future climate and atmospheric CO2, Poceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, doi: 10.1073/pnas.1222477110  
  17. Nishina, Ito, Beerling, Cadule, Ciais, Clark, Falloon, Friend, Kahana, Kato, Keribin, Lucht, Lomas, Rademacher, Pavlick, Schaphoff, Vuichard, Warszawaski & Yokohata (2014) Quantifying uncertainties in soil carbon responses to changes in global mean temperature and precipitation, Earth System Dynamics, doi: 10.5194/esd-5-197-2014  
  18. Warszawski, Friend, Ostberg, Frieler, Lucht, Schaphoff, Beerling, Cadule, Ciais, Clark, Kahana, Ito, Keribin, Kleidon, Lomas, Nishina, Pavlick, Rademacher, Buechner, Piontek, Schewe, Serdeczny & Schellnhuber (2013) A multi-model analysis of risk of ecosystem shifts under climate change, Environmental Research Letters, doi: 10.1088/1748-9326/8/4/044018/meta  

Chapitres de livres

  1. Henriksson & Rademacher (2019) Stem Compression: A Means to Reversibly Reduce Phloem Transport in Tree Stems, In: Liesche J. (eds) Phloem. Methods in Molecular Biology, vol 2014. Humana, New York, NY, doi: 10.1007/978-1-4939-9562-2_24  

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