Skip to Main content Skip to Navigation

Homepage

Welcome to Forest Experimental Facility (UEFP) collection

The Forest Experimental Facility (UEFP) is recognized as a collective scientific facility of INRAE since 2018. In its missions, the UEFP installs and manages forest trials and instrumented sites; measures and collects various samples in all types of forest ecosystems; produces and conserves genetic resources of various forest species. For this purpose, the UEFP manages large forest lands associated with the trials (more than 700 ha of its own land and under agreement), owns a 4 ha nursery as well as technical labs dedicated to seed and pollen conditioning and biomass measurements and has staff with expertise in the creation/administration of IS and data bases.

The UEFP is involved in research infrastructures labelled by the Ministry of Research: In-Sylva France, ICOS, ANEE France Natura, RARe-Pilier Forêt.

On this site, you can consult the HAL-UEFP collection.

We wish to :
To increase the visibility of the UEFP
To take part in the valorisation of the scientific production allowed by our Collective Scientific Installation
To ensure the perenniality of the deposited data
To answer the requirements of the European Commission within the framework of certain projects financed for half by public funds and the requirements of the ANR

Latest productions

References

136

Full text

112

Word cloud

Genotype environment interaction Acclimatation MIXTURE Machine learning Insect herbivory Pinus pinaster Ait Associational resistance Forest management Productivity 3D digitizing GENETIC DIVERSITY Europe ORPHEE experiment Arborétum Groupe Pin Maritime du Futur Phylogeny Tree height Oak Budburst PIN MARITIME Fitness Cedrus Pinus Forestry Local adaptation Pedunculate oak Drought Maritime pine Fagus sylvatica Eucalyptus Pin maritime Betula Climatic change Biodiversity Assisted migration Essence forestière Interaction génotype environnement GENETIC BREEDING Forêt Sessile oak Arbre forestier Phenotypic plasticity Ecophysiology Phenotypic variation Aquitaine Amélioration génétique Hymenoscyphus fraxineus Pollen contamination Biomechanics Pine Forest tree Migration Résistance à la sécheresse Ash dieback Changement climatique Pinus sylvestris Arboreta Sylviculture Phenology Pinus pinaster Betula pendula Croissance Quercus robur Genetic differentiation Biogeography Associational effects VARIETIES Quercus petraea Forest trees MONOCULTURE Heritability Genetic variation Black poplar Forest Plant–plant interactions Biodiversité Natural regeneration France NORWAY SPRUCE Adaptation Height Global change Competition Litter quality Embolism resistance PINUS PINASTER AIT Climate change Hybridization Growth Écologie végétale Contrôle génétique ECONOMY Ecosystem functioning Common garden Intraspecific trait variation Abies alba P contents Plant functional traits Quercus Litter decomposition
              

Types of productions

Chargement de la page