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Nom du dispositif
Différentes communes en  Gironde : Audenge, Lanton, Le Teich, Salles, Le Barp, Léognan, Cestas,  Saint-Jean d'Illac.


Type de dispositif
Forêts spontanées de chêne pédonculé
Mono ou multi-site
Multi-site (15)
Insertion dans un réseau
Site Web
Dispositif de 15 ilôts de chêne pédonculé, établis après 1950; taille des peuplements entre 16 et 110 arbres; échantillonage exhaustif de tous les arbres avec un dbh >3 cm : cartographie, génotypage SNP, dendrochronologie, plusieurs traits fonctionnels ; sous-échantillonage sur 16 arbres par ilôt : taux d'herbivorie foliaire, métabolites secondaires des feuilles.
Date(s) d'installation
0,04 - 0,65 ha par îlot
Type de substrat
Espèces structurantes
Quercus robur
Variables testées/observées
Génotype, phénotype, taille d'îlot
instrumentation-équipement particulier
Nature des données / type de mesures
Coordonnées GPS, marqueurs SNP, dbh, age, croissance radiale annuelle, hauteur, architecture, SLA, métabolites secondaires, herbivorie, reproduction
Disponibilité des données
Données publiées
Gestionnaire des données
Arndt Hampe
Contact scientifique
Arndt Hampe
Partenaires (installation/gestion/suivi)
Alfaro-Sánchez R et al. (2020) How do social status and tree architecture influence radial growth, wood density and drought response in spontaneously established oak forests? Annals of Forest Science 77: 49. doi: 10.1007/s13595-020-00949-x
Valdés-Correcher E et al. (2020) Leaf chemical defences and insect herbivory in oak: accounting for canopy position unravels marked genetic relatedness effects. Annals of Botany 126. doi: 10.1093/aob/mcaa101
Valdés-Correcher E et al. (2019) Insect herbivory and avian insectivory in novel native oak forests: divergent effects of stand size and connectivity. For Ecol Manage 445: 146-153. doi: 10.1016/j.foreco.2019.05.018