Bradley, Robert L.

Professeur, Faculté des sciences
FAC. SCIENCES Biologie

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819-821-8000, poste 62080

Diplômes

(1998) Post-doctorate (Postdoctorat). University of British Columbia.

(1996) Doctorate (Doctorate). McGill University.

(1988) Bachelor's (Bachelor). McGill University.

Présentation

Sujets de recherche

Ecological and Ecophysiological Processes, Biodiversity and Biocomplexity, Environment and Habitats, Ecosystem (Aquatic and Terrestrial), Clean Technologies.

Disciplines de recherche

Biology and Related Sciences.

Mots-clés

carbon and nitrogen cycling, global changes, boreal forest ecosystem functioning, ecosystem disturbance and succession, rhizosphere interactions, plant-mycorrhizal associations, functional traits, plant nutrition, soil greenhouse gas emissions, non-native earthworms, isotope dilution methods, agroforestry.

Intérêts de recherche

I am interested in the factors controlling terrestrial C and N cycling, in plant nutrition, in the activity and diversity of soil microbial communities, in rhizosphere dynamics and mycorrhizae, and in forest disturbance and succession.

Langues parlées et écrites

Anglais, Français

Prix et distinctions

  • (2013) Bröderna Edlunds Travel Award. Swedish Univ Agric Sciences. (Prize / Award).
  • OECD Research Fellowship Award. The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. (Prize / Award).
  • Teaching Award: "Grande distinction en enseignement universitaire, volet équipe". Université de Sherbrooke. (Prize / Award).

Financement

Grant. (Awarded). Co-applicant. Centre CEF. Fonds de recherche du Québec - Nature et technologies (FRQNT). Centre d'excellence. 3600000 $ (2019-2025).

Grant. (Awarded). Principal Applicant. An ecological perspective on biogeosciences (V2.0). Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC). Discovy Grant. 165000 $ (2020-2024).

Grant. (Awarded). Co-applicant. Centre SÈVE. Fonds Québécois de la Recherche sur la Nature et les Technologies (FQRNT). Regroupements de chercheurs. 2880000 $ (2017-2023).

Grant. (Awarded). Co-applicant. Centre de recherche en biologie végétale. Fonds Institutionnel de Recherche de l'Université de Sherbrooke. Programme de reconnaissance des centres de recherche de l’U. de Sherbrooke. 180000 $ (2020-2023).

Grant. (Under Review). Co-applicant. Acquisition of a gas chromatographer (GC) equipped with a headspace autosampler. Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC). Research Tools and Instruments. 72380 $ (2021-2023).

Grant. (Awarded). Principal Applicant. Appui financier pour deux nouveaux étudiants de maîtrise. Fonds Institutionnel de Recherche de l'Université de Sherbrooke. Programme d'appui aux études supérieures. 18000 $ (2020-2022).

Grant. (Awarded). Co-applicant. Les sols riches sont-ils un « terreau fertile » pour le développement des maladies racinaires?. Fonds de recherche du Québec - Nature et technologies (FRQNT). Centre SÈVE - Nouvelle Initiatives. 15000 $ (2020-2022).

Grant. (Awarded). Collaborator. Construction of greenhouses. Canadian Foundation for Innovation. 3845258 $ (2017-2022).

Grant. (Awarded). Co-applicant. Centre de recherche en agrophytosciences. Université de Sherbrooke. Programme interne de financement des infrastructures de recherche. 210000 $ (2015-2021).

Grant. (Awarded). Principal Applicant. Embauche d'un technicien de laboratoire. Fonds de recherche du Québec - Nature et technologies (FRQNT). Centre SEVE - Appui à la recherche. 32000 $ (2019-2021).

Grant. (Awarded). Co-applicant. Riparian buffer plantings: An agroforestry land-use for greenhouse gas mitigation including multiple benefits to Canadian agricultural systems.. Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Program. 1688973 $ (2017-2021).

Grant. (Completed). Co-applicant. Développement d'une approche durable de restauration progressive d'extrants miniers mixtes (stériles et résidus) des nouvelles mines du Nord Québécois; les espèces végétales indigènes à la rencontre des besoins des communautés cries.. Fonds de recherche du Québec - Nature et technologies (FRQNT). Programme de recherche en partenariat sur le développement durable du secteur minier. 299969 $ (2016-2019).

Grant. (Completed). Co-applicant. Embauche d'un technicien de laboratoire. Fonds de recherche du Québec - Nature et technologies (FRQNT). Centre SEVE - Appui à la recherche. 45000 $ (2016-2019).

Grant. (Completed). Co-applicant. Véhicules et laboratoire mobile pour la recherche de terrain en écologie. Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC). Research Tools and Instruments. 110651 $ (2017-2019).

Fellowship. (Completed). Principal Applicant. Do earthworms compromise the ecological integrity of forested riparian buffer strips?. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). CO-OPERATIVE RESEARCH PROGRAMME. 15369 $ (2018).

Grant. (Completed). Co-applicant. Développement de techniques de réhabilitation écologique prédictives: étude de la sélection naturelle d'arbres et herbacées (sur 50 ans) sur un dépôt de résidus acidogènes.. Fonds de recherche du Québec - Nature et technologies (FRQNT). Programme de recherche en partenariat sur le développement durable du secteur minier. 299595 $ (2015-2018).

Grant. (Completed). Principal Applicant. Predicting crop yield and nutrition along localized gradients of atmospheric N deposition. Fonds de recherche du Québec - Nature et technologies (FRQNT). Centre SEVE - Nouvelles Initiatives Internationales. 12000 $ (2016).

Publications

Articles de revue

  • Cameron A*, Boilard G*, Bradley RL, Benetková P*, Józefowska A, Thevathasan N, Whalen J, Šimek M. (2021). Distribution of earthworm communities in agroecosystems with forested riparian buffer strips: A multiscale study. Applied Soil Ecology, (Revision Requested).
  • P-L Chagnon*, R L Bradley, J Lafond, V Penaud*, M C Paré. (2021). Trait-based and phylogenetic filtering of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities under long term agricultural practices. Plant and Soil, (Submitted).
  • Vieira W*, Boulangeat I, Brice M-H, Bradley RL, Gravel, D. (2020). Ecography, (Submitted).
  • Marty C, Piquette J*, Dussault-Chouinard É, Morin H, Thiffault N, Houle D, Bradley RL, Ouimet R, Simpson M, Paré MC. (2020). Canopy nitrogen addition and soil warming affect conifer seedlings’ phenology but have limited impact on soil N mineralization in boreal forests of eastern Canada. Frontiers in Forests and Global Change, Vol. 3: 581363, Pp. 16. (Published).
  • Ejack L, Kernecker ML*, Prieto R, Chen C, Gul S, Bradley RL, Whalen JK. (2020). Earthworms did not increase long-term nitrous oxide fluxes in perennial forage and riparian buffer ecosystems. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, (Submitted).
  • Helen Phillips et al. (2020). Global data on earthworm abundance, biomass, diversity and corresponding environmental properties. Scientific Data (Nature Research Journals), (Revision Requested).
  • Amy Wotherspoon*, Robert L. Bradley, Daniel Houle, Stéphane Tremblay, Martin Barrette, Krista Reicis*. (2020). Mechanisms by which pre-commercial thinning increases black spruce growth in different climates and soil types. Forests, 11 (Article 599), Pp. 14. (Published).
  • P-L Chagnon*, R L Bradley, J Klironomos. (2020). Mutualistic network assembly in a community context: the presence of neighbors matters. Journal of Ecology, 108, 366-377. (Published).
  • Krista Reicis*, Robert L. Bradley, Gilles Joanisse, Daniel Houle, Stéphane Tremblay, Martin Barrette, Amy Wotherspoon*. (2020). Pre-commercial thinning enhances competitive traits of boreal ericaceous shrubs and reduces soil fertility. Forest Ecology and Management, 458 (Article 117801), Pp. 9. (Published).
  • Wotherspoon A*, Thiffault N, Bradley RL. (2020). Resource availability and physiological response of black spruce to scarification in two climatic regions of Québec (Canada). Silva Fennica, 54 (Article 10375)(4), (Published).
  • Meehan ML, Barreto C, Turnbull MS, Bradley RL, Bellenger J-P, Darnajoux R*, Lindo Z. (2020). Response of soil fauna to simulated global change factors depends on ambient climate conditions. Pedobiologia, 83 (Article 150672), (Published).
  • J Girona*, RL Bradley, J-A Lévesque*, M Paré, M Bellemare. (2019). A call for improving winter windbreak design for lowbush blueberry production in the Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean region of Québec, Canada. International Journal of Fruit Science, 19, 165-178. (Published).
  • C Marty C, J-A Lévesque*, RL Bradley, J Lafond, MC Paré. (2019). Contrasting impacts of two weed species on lowbush blueberry fertilizer nitrogen uptake in a commercial field. PLoS ONE, 14(4) : e0215253, (Published).
  • Helen Philips et al. (ca. 100 co-authors). (2019). Global distribution of earthworm diversity. Science, 366(6464), 480-485. (Published).
  • Gabriel Boilard*, Robert L. Bradley, Eric Paterson, Allan Sim, Lawrie K. Brown, Timothy S. George. (2019). Interaction between root hairs and soil phosphorus on rhizosphere priming of soil organic matter. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 135, 264-266. (Published).
  • Charles Marty, Josée-Anne Lévesque*, Robert L. Bradley, Jean Lafond and Maxime C. Paré. (2019). Lowbush blueberry fruit yield and growth response to inorganic and organic N fertilization when competing with two common weed species. PLoS ONE, 14(12): e0226619., (Published).
  • Charles Marty, Joanie Piquette*, Hubert Morin, Denis Bussières, Nelson Thiffault, Daniel Houle, Robert L. Bradley, Myrna J. Simpson, Rock Ouimet, Maxime Paré. (2019). Nine years of in situ soil warming and topography impact the temperature sensitivity and basal respiration rate of the forest floor in a Canadian boreal forest. PLoS ONE, 14(12):e0226909, (Published).
  • Bradley RL, Elhottova D, Parsons W, Chronakova A, Cuhel J, Hynst J, Simek M. (2019). Rates of soil degradation and recovery in an overwintering pasture. Plant, Soil and Environment, (Submitted).
  • DL Scott*, RL Bradley, J-P Bellenger, D Houle, M Gundale, K Rousk, T DeLuca. (2018). Anthropogenic deposition of heavy metals and phosphorus may reduce biological N2 fixation in boreal forest mosses. Science of the Total Environment, 630, 203-210. (Published).
  • GD Joanisse*, RL Bradley, CM Preston. (2018). Kalmia angustifoliaThe spread of on black spruce forest cutovers contributes to the spatial heterogeneity of soil resources. PLoS ONE, 13(6), article e0198860. (Published).
  • R Darnajoux*, RL Bradley, D Houle, J-P Bellenger. (2018). Predictable spatial patterns of biological nitrogen fixation in forest floor mosses: color matters!. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 122, 160-162. (Published).
  • J-A Lévesque*, RL Bradley, M Bellemare, J Lafond, MC Paré. (2018). Predicting weed and lowbush blueberry biomass using the point intercept method. Canadian Journal of Plant Science, 98, 967-970. (Published).
  • Matthew L. Meehan, Carlos Barreto, Jordan Kustec, Matthew S. Turnbull, Robert Bradley, Jean-Philippe Bellenger, Zoë Lindo. (2018). Warming disentangles predator and preycommunities in belowground systems. Biology Letters, (Submitted).
  • Grant R, Kinch T, Bradley RL, Whalen J, Cogliastro A, Allaire S. (2017). Carbon sequestration and ecosystem productivity in tree-based intercropping systems as affected by tree management. Canadian Journal of Soil Science, 97, 416-432. (Published).
  • M Fugère*, RL Bradley, M Vellend. (2017). Exotic earthworms dispersion through protected forest areas and their potential impacts on nitrous oxide production. Biological Invasions, 19(3), 773-783. (Published).
  • MA Cuéllar*, SE Allaire, SF Lange, RL Bradley, WFJ Parsons, D Rivest, A Cogliastro. (2017). Greenhouse gas dynamics in a tree-based intercropping system. Canadian Journal of Soil Science, 97, 382-393. (Published).
  • K Rousk, J Degboe*, A Michelsen, RL Bradley, J-P Bellenger. (2017). Molybdenum and phosphorus limitation ofmoss-associated nitrogen fixation in boreal ecosystems. New Phytologist, 214, 97-107. (Published).
  • M Gauthier*, RL Bradley, S Lange, S Allaire, WFJ Parsons, M Cuellar*. (2017). Tree-based intercropping may reduce, while fertilizer nitrate may increase, soil methane emissions. Canadian Journal of Soil Science, 97, 410-415. (Published).
  • Kiara S. Winans, David Rivest, Alain Cogliastro, Joann K. Whalen, Robert L. Bradley. (2016). Carbon sequestration and carbon markets for tree-based intercropping systems in southern Quebec, Canada. Atmosphere, 7(17), doi:10.3390. (Published).
  • E Ndanga*, C Lopera*, RL Bradley, A Cabral. (2016). Effects of preconditioning of the rhizosphere of different plant species on biotic methane oxidation kinetics. Waste Management, 55, 313-320. (Published).
  • P-O Jean*, RL Bradley, R Berthiaume, J-P Tremblay. (2016). Evaluating old and novel proxies for in vitro digestion assays in wild ruminant ecology. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 40, 359-367. (Published).
  • Mélanie Drouin*, Robert Bradley, Line Lapointe. (2016). Linkages between exotic earthworms, understory vegetation and soil properties in sugar maple forests. Forest Ecology and Management, 364, 113-121. (Published).
  • M Kernecker*, JK Whalen, RL Bradley. (2015). Agricultural management and flooding shape habitats for non-native earthworms in southern Québec, Canada. Applied Soil Ecology, 96, 240-250. (Published).
  • P-O Jean*, RL Bradley, J-P Tremblay, S Côté. (2015). Combining near infrared spectra of fecal samples and geostatistical tools to generate forage nutritional quality maps across heterogeneous landscapes. Ecological Applications., 25, 1630-1639. (Published).
  • EM Ndanga*, RL Bradley, A Cabral. (2015). Does vegetation affect the methane oxidation efficiency of passive biosystems?. Waste Management, 38, 240-249. (Published).
  • M Kernecker*, JK Whalen, RL Bradley. (2015). Endogeic earthworms lower net methane production in saturated riparian soils. Biology & Fertility of Soils, 51, 271-275. (Published).
  • M Gauthier*, RL Bradley, M Šimek. (2015). More evidence that anaerobic oxidation of methane is prevalent in soils: Is it time to upgrade our biogeochemical models?. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 80, 167-174. (Published).
  • P-O Jean*, RL Bradley, J-P Tremblay. (2015). Testing for bottom-up effects in an overbrowsed boreal landscape. Wildlife Biology, 21, 318-322. (Published).
  • P-L Chagnon*, RL Bradley. (2015). The relative importance of host vigor and hormonal response to pathogens in controlling the development of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 83, 40-42. (Published).
  • P-L Chagnon*, RL Bradley, JN Klironomos. (2015). Trait-based partner selection drives mycorrhizal network assembly. Oikos, 124, 1609-1616. (Published).
  • M Kernecker*, JK Whalen, RL Bradley. (2014). Litter controls earthworm-mediated carbon and nitrogen transformations in soil from temperate riparian buffers. Applied and Environmental Soil Science, 2014(ID 329031), 12 Pages. (Published).
  • Fox M, Tackaberry LE, Bergeron Y, Drouin P, Bradley RL, Massicotte HB, Chen H. (2014). Microbial community structure of soils under four productivity classes of aspen forests in Northern British Columbia. Écoscience, 20, 264-275. (Published).
  • P-O Jean*, RL Bradley, M-A Giroux, J-P Tremblay, SD Côté. (2014). Near infrared spectroscopy and fecal chemistry as predictors of the diet composition of white-tailed deer. Rangeland Ecology & Management, 67, 154-159. (Published).
  • M Drouin*, RL Bradley, L Lapointe, J Whalen. (2014). Non-native anecic earthworms (Lumbricus terrestris L.) reduce seed germination and seedling survival of temperate and boreal trees species. Applied Soil Ecology, 75, 145-149. (Published).
  • P-L Chagnon*, RL Bradley, JN Klironomos. (2014). Plant-fungal symbioses as ecological networks: the need to characterize more than just interaction patterns. Fungal Ecology, 12, 10-13. (Published).
  • Vessey JK, Fei H, Burton DL, Bradley RL, Smith DL. (2014). The bilateral influence of plant and rhizosphere characteristics in Brassicas varying in seed oil productivity. Canadian Journal of Plant Science, 94, 1113-1116. (Published).
  • P-L Chagnon*, RL Bradley, H Maherali, JN Klironomos. (2013). A trait-based framework to understand life history of mycorrhizal fungi. Trends in Plant Science, 18, 484-491. (Published).
  • Kyselkova M, Jirout J, Chronakova A, Vrchotova N, Bradley RL, Schmitt H, Elhottova D. (2013). Cow excrements enhance the occurrence of tetracycline resistance genes in soil regardless of their oxytetracycline content. Chemosphere, 93, 2413-2418. (Published).
  • P-L Chagnon*, RL Bradley. (2013). Evidence that soil nutrient stoichiometry controls the competitive abilities of arbuscular mycorrhizal vs. root-borne non-mycorrhizal fungi. Fungal Ecology, 6, 557-560. (Published).
  • N Thiffault, NJ Fenton, AD Munson, F Héber, RA Fournier, O Valéria, RL Bradley, Y Bergeron, P Grondin, D Paré, G Joanisse*. (2013). Managing understory vegetation for maintaining productivity in black spruce forests: A synthesis within a multi-scale research model. Forests, 4, 613-631. (Published).
  • S. Pelletier-Bergeron*, RL Bradley, AD Munson, WFJ Parsons. (2013). Physico-chemical and functional characteristics of soil charcoal produced at five different temperatures. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 58, 140-146. (Published).
  • P LeBel*, RL Bradley, N Thiffault. (2013). The relative importance of nitrogen vs. moisture stress may drive intraspecific variations in the SLA-RGR relationship: the case of Picea mariana seedlings. American Journal of Plant Sciences, 4, 1278-1284. (Published).
  • Bradley RL, Chronáková A, Elhottová D, Simek M. (2012). Interactions between land-use history and earthworms control gross rates of soil methane production in an overwintering pasture. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 53, 64-71. (Published).
  • Aulen M*, Shipley B, Bradley RL. (2012). Prediction of in situ root decomposition rates in an interspecific context from chemical and morphological traits. Annals of Botany, 109, 287-297. (Published).
  • Lorente M*, Parsons WFJ, Bradley RL, Munson AD. (2012). Soil and plant legacies associated with harvest trails in boreal black spruce forests. Forest Ecology and Management, 269, 168-176. (Published).
  • Chagnon P-L*, Bradley RL, Klironomos JN. (2012). Using ecological network theory to evaluate the causes and consequences of arbuscular mycorrhizal community structure. New Phytologist, 194, 307-312. (Published).
  • Dufresne M*, Bradley RL, Tremblay J-P, Côté SD. (2011). Evidence that soil depth and clay content control the post-disturbance regeneration of balsam fir and paper birch under heavy browsing from deer. Écoscience, 18, 363-368. (Published).
  • *Royer-Tardif S, Bradley RL. (2011). Evidence that soil fertility controls the mixing of jack pine with trembling aspen. Forest Ecology and Management, 262, 1054-1060. (Published).
  • Royer-Tardif S*, Bradley RL. (2011). Forest floor properties across sharp compositional boundaries separating trembling aspen and jack pine stands in the southern boreal forest. Plant and Soil, 345, 353–364. (Published).
  • Bradley RL, Whalen J, Chagnon P-L*, Lanoix M*, Alves MC. (2011). Nitrous oxide production and potential denitrification in soils from riparian buffer strips: Influence of earthworms and plant litter. Applied Soil Ecology, 47, 6-13. (Published).
  • Chagnon P-L*, Bradley RL. (2011). On the use of sodium-hexametaphosphate to extract spores of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi from soil. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 43, 2273-2274. (Published).
  • Bergeron M*, Lacombe S*, Bradley RL, Whalen J, Cogliastro A, Jutras M-F, Arp P. (2011). Reduced soil nutrient leaching following the establishment of tree-based intercropping systems in eastern Canada. Agroforestry Systems, 83, 321-330. (Published).
  • Royer-Tardif S*, Bradley RL, Parsons WFJ*. (2010). Evidence that plant diversity and site productivity confer stability to forest floor microbial biomass. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 42, 813-821. (Published).
  • Laganière J*, Paré D, Bradley RL. (2010). How does a tree species influence litter decomposition? Separating the relative contribution of litter quality, litter mixing and forest floor conditions. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 40, 465-475. (Published).
  • Rivest D*, Cogliastro A, Bradley RL, Olivier A. (2010). Intercropping hybrid poplar with soybean increases soil microbial biomass, mineral N supply and tree growth. Agroforestry Systems, 80, 33-40. (Published).
  • Lteif A*, Whalen JK, Bradley RL, Camiré C. (2010). Nitrogen transformations revealed by isotope dilution in an organically-fertilized hybrid poplar plantation. Plant and Soil, 333, 105-116. (Published).
  • Evers AK, Bambrick A, Lacombe S*, Dougherty MC, Peichl M, Gordon AM, Thevathasan NV, Whalen J, Bradley RL. (2010). Potential greenhouse gas mitigation through temperate tree-based intercropping systems. Agriculture Journal, 4, 49-57. (Published).
  • Bambrick A, AD, Whalen JK, Bradley RL, Cogliastro A, Gordon AM, Olivier A, Thevathasan NV. (2010). Spatial heterogeneity of soil organic carbon in tree-based intercropping systems in Quebec and Ontario, Canada. Agroforestry Systems, 79, 343-353. (Published).
  • Beaudette C*, Bradley RL, Whalen J, McVetty PBE, Vessey K, Smith DL. (2010). Tree-based intercropping does not compromise canola (Brassica napus L.) seed oil yield and reduces soil nitrous oxide emissions. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 139, 33-39. (Published).
  • Van Lier O*, Fournier RA, Bradley RL, Thiffault N. (2009). A multi-resolution satellite imagery approach for large area mapping of ericaceous shrubs in Northern Quebec, Canada. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 11, 334-343. (Published).
  • Dufresne M*, Bradley RL, Tremblay J-P, Poulin M, Pellerin S. (2009). Clearcutting and deer browsing intensity interact in controlling nitrification rates in forest floor humus. Écoscience, 16, 361-368. (Published).
  • Jones MD, Grenon F*, Peat H, Fitzgerald M, Holt L, Philip LJ, Bradley RL. (2009). Differences in 15N uptake amongst spruce seedlings colonized by three pioneer ectomycorrhizal fungi in the field. Fungal Ecology, 2, 110-120. (Published).
  • Lacombe S*, Bradley RL, Hamel C, Beaulieu C. (2009). Do tree-based intercropping systems increase the diversity and stability of soil microbial communities?. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 131, 25-31. (Published).
  • Laganière J*, Paré D, Bradley RL. (2009). Linking the abundance of aspen with soil faunal communities and rates of belowground processes within single stands of mixed aspen-black spruce. Applied Soil Ecology, 41, 19-28. (Published).
  • Joanisse G*, Bradley RL, Preston C, Bending G. (2009). Sequestration of soil nitrogen as tannin-protein complexes may improve the competitive ability of sheep laurel (Kalmia angustifolia) relative to black spruce (Picea mariana). New Phytologist, 181, 187-198. (Published).
  • Lteif A*, Whalen JK, Bradley RL, Camiré C. (2008). Diagnostic tools to evaluate the foliar nutrition and growth of hybrid poplars. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 38, 2138-2147. (Published).
  • Joanisse G*, Bradley RL, Preston C. (2008). Do tannin-rich plant communities occurring on highly acidic soils increase the DON:DIN ratio?. Biology and Fertility of Soils, 44, 903-907. (Published).
  • LeBel P*, Thiffault N, Bradley RL. (2008). Kalmia removal increases nutrient supply and growth of black spruce seedlings: an effect fertilizer cannot emulate. Forest Ecology and Management, 256, 1780-1784. (Published).

Chapitres de livre

  • Thevathasan NV, Gordon AM, Bradley R, et al. (2012). Agroforestry Research and Development in Canada: The Way Forward. Garrity DP, Nair PKR Agroforestry – The Future of Global Land Use (247-283). Netherlands : Springer-Verlag. (Published).

Articles de conférence

  • Rivest D*, Chifflot V, Lacombe S*, Cogliastro A, Bradley RL, Vanasse A, Khasa D, Olivier A. (2009). Experiences from southern Quebec provide ecological insights for the implementation of tree based intercropping systems. 11th North American Agroforestry Conference. (Published).
  • Bradley R, Joanisse G*, Lebel P*, Thiffault N, Preston C. (2008). Degradation of boreal forest soil fertility caused by the invasion of Kalmia angustifolia: a forest management problem. 15th International Congress of the International Soil Conservation Organization. (Published).

Autres contributions

Gestion d'évènements

  • Organizer - Convener - Chair. (2018). European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2018 - Session BG2.27 (The role of trees and understories in controlling forest dynamics): Oral presentations (3.5 h) followed by poster presentations (1.5 h) with authors in attendance. (Conference).
  • Co-organizer. (2015). 7th International Symposium of Interactions of Soil Minerals with Organic Components and Microorganisms - "Importance of Soil Interfaces in Sustainable Development". (Conference).
  • Organizer - Convener - Chair. (2014). European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2014 - Session BG2.13/SSS5.11 (Nitrogen cycling in forest landscapes): Oral presentations (3.5 h) followed by poster presentations (1.5 h) with authors in attendance. (Conference).
  • Organizer - Convener - Chair. (2014). European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2014 - Session PSD19.6 : Poster Summaries and Discussion (PSD) session on forest nitrogen cycling. (Conference).
  • Co-organizer. (2013). Mycorhizes 2013 (My students and I organized and hosted this 1 day event that drew an audience from across Québec). (Conference).
  • Organizer. (2013). Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Project (AGGP) Mid-Term Workshop. (Organized and hosted this workshop in Lennoxville that included presentations by students from Ontario, Québec and Alberta ... a CCTV conference from Saskatchewan ... and a field trip.). (Workshop).

Activités de collaboration internationale

  • Research collaborator. (2012-2024). United Kingdom. Project on root-priming of soil organic matter decomposition, in collaboration with Drs. Eric Paterson and Barry Thornton of the James Hutton Institute in Aberdeen (Scotland).
  • Research Collaborator. (2016-2024). Sweden. Project on the relative N-to-P limitation of boreal forests ... with the collaboration of Dr. Michael Gundale (Swedish Agricultural University in Umeä), Dr. Kathrin Rousk (U. Copenhagen) and Dr. Tom DeLuca (U. Montana). We are also preparing a new project on the interactions between geological deposit and climate change in controlling the productivity of various forest species.
  • Research collaborator. (2009-2024). Czech Republic. Research collaborations with Drs. M. Simek, E. Ahmed, F. Lorenc, D. Elhottova, A. Chronakova and M. Kyselkova, at the Institute of Soil Biology (Czech Academy of Sciences). I also collaborate with Drs. J. Weger (Silva Tarouca Institute, Pruhonice), Jan Frouz (Charles University, Prague), Bohdan Lojka (University of Life Sciences, Prague), G. Muhlbachova and M. Kas (Crop Research Institute, Prague). These projects deal mainly with soil fauna, greenhouse gases and agricultural land management.

Présentations

  • M. Renaudin, C. Blasi, P. LeMonier, R. Darnajoux, R. Bradley, J-P. Bellenger. (2020). Vers une meilleure compréhension des facteurs contrôlant l’activité des fixateurs d’azote associés aux bryophytes en forêt boréale. Colloque CEF. Mont-Orford (Quebec), Canada.
  • * Cameron A, Bradley R, Benetkova P, Thevathasan N, Whalen J, Šimek M, Boilard G. (2019). Can we design forested riparian buffer strips to minimize soil greenhouse gas emissions as affected by earthworms?. World Agroforestry Conference (Oral presentation). Montpellier, France.
  • Bradley RL. (2019). Ericaceous shrubs and conifer growth check. University of Southern Bohemia, Faculty of Sciences - Invited Seminar Series (Invited oral presentation). Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic.
  • * Oyewole O, Bradley RL, Beauregard P. (2019). High soil charcoal production temperature greatly reduces nitrification in a boreal forest soil. European Geosciences Union General Assembly (poster). Vienna, Canada.
  • Bradley RL, * Boilard G, Paterson E, Brown L, George T, Sim A. (2019). Interaction between root hairs and soil P controls the root-priming of soil organic matter decomposition. European Geosciences Union General Assembly (poster). Vienna, Austria.
  • * Wotherspoon A., * Reicis K, Bradley RL, Houle D, Barrette M, Tremblay S. (2019). Investigating the mechanisms by which pre-commercial thinning may increase black spruce growth in different climates and on different soil types. 12th North American Forest Ecology Workshop (Oral presentation). Flagstaff, United States.
  • Marty C, * Lévesque J-A, Bradley RL, Lafond J, Paré MC. (2019). Lowbush blueberry fruit yield and growth response to inorganic and organic N fertilization when competing with two common weed species. Canadian Soil Science Society Annual Meeting (poster). Saskatoon, Canada.
  • * Darnajoux R, * Lemonier P, Bellenger J-P, Houle D,, Bradley RL. (2019). Predicting the spatial heterogeneity of biological nitrogen fixation in boreal forests. European Geosciences Union General Assembly (Oral presentation). Vienna, Austria.
  • * Wotherspoon A, Thiffault N, Bradley RL. (2019). Similar growth response of regenerating black spruce to mechanical scarification in two contrasting climate regimes. 12th North American Forest Ecology Workshop (poster). Flagstaff, United States.
  • * Cameron A, Bradley RL, Benetkov P, Thevathasan N, Whalen J, Šimek M, Boilard G. (2019). The effects of earthworms on greenhouse gas emissions in riparian buffer strips. AGGP Workshop 2019 (Oral presentation). Guelph, Canada.
  • Bradley RL. (2018). Agroforesterie : Expérience personnelle et perspective canadienne. Congrès annuel de l'Association québécoise des spécialistes en sciences du sol (Invited oral presentation). Québec, Canada.
  • * Dalton Scott, Robert Bradley, Jean-Philippe Bellenger, Daniel Houle, Michael Gundale, Kathrin Rousk, and Tom DeLuca. (2018). Anthropogenic deposition of heavy metals and phosphorus may reduce biological N2 fixation in boreal forest mosses. European Geosciences Union General Assembly (poster). Vienna, Austria.
  • Maxime Paré, * Josée-Anne Lévesque, Robert L Bradley, Jean Lafond. (2018). Availability of nitrogen from ammonium sulfate fertilizer as influenced by weed species and density in a lowbush blueberry commercial field in Lac?Saint?Jean, Quebec. North American Blueberry Research and Extension Workers Conference. (Oral presentation). Orono, United States.
  • * Willian Vieira, Robert L. Bradley, Dominique Gravel. (2018). Can forest management help increase forest adaptation to climate change? A mechanistic model approach. European Geosciences Union General Assembly (poster). Vienna, Austria.
  • * Ashley Cameron, Robert Bradley, * Raphaëlle Dubois, * Anne Bolduc, Brent Coleman, Joann Whalen, Naresh Thevathasan. (2018). Can we design forested riparian buffer strips to minimize the impacts of earthworms on soil greenhouse gas emissions?. Canadian Soil Science Society Annual Meeting (poster). Niagara, Canada.
  • * Pauline Le Monier, Robert L Bradley, Daniel Houle, Jean-Philippe Bellenger. (2018). Does trace metal dynamics in moss controls biological N2 fixation in boreal forest floor?. Goldschmidt Conference (poster). Boston, United States.
  • * Romain Darnajoux, Robert Bradley, * Pauline Le Monier, Daniel Houle, Jean-Philippe Bellenger. (2018). Drivers of spatial heterogeneity of biological nitrogen fixation in northeastern Canadian boreal forest. Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting (poster). New Orleans, United States.
  • M. Baskerville, T. Mafa-Attoye, S. Vijayakumar, * A. Cameron, H. Hundal, S.Buchanan, E. Ofosu, Brent Coleman, Amir Bazrgar, Maren Oleberman, Kari Dunfield, R. Bradley, M. Isaac, N. Thevathasan. (2018). Greenhouse gasses emissions reduction potentials by riparian plantings in southern Ontario agricultural systems: a case study approach. Canadian Soil Science Society Annual Meeting (poster). Niagara, Canada.
  • * Krista Reicis, Robert Bradley, Gilles Joanisse, Nelson Thiffault and * Amy Wotherspoon. (2018). Interactions between long-term scari?cation and climate regime control the competitiveness and reduce the spread of boreal ericaceous shrubs. European Geosciences Union General Assembly (poster). Vienna, Austria.
  • * Krista Reicis, Gilles Joanisse, Stephane Tremblay, Martin Barrette, Daniel Houle, * Amy Wotherspoon. (2018). Interactions between pre-commercial thinning, climate regime and geological deposit control the spread and competitive ability of boreal ericaceous shrubs. European Geosciences Union General Assembly (Oral presentation). Vienna, Austria.
  • * Amy Wotherspoon, * Krista Reicis, Nelson Thiffault, Daniel Houle, Martin Barrette, and Stéphane Tremblay. (2018). Interactions between pre-commercial thinning and climate in controlling black spruce productivity in two climate regimes of Québec, Canada. European Geosciences Union General Assembly (Oral presentation). Vienna, Austria.
  • * Vieira W, Boulangeat I, Bradley RL, Gravel D. (2018). L'aménagement forestier peut-il augmenter le taux de migration des arbres vers le nord ?. Quebec Centre for Biodiversity Science Symposium (Oral presentation). Montreal, Canada.
  • * Olusegun Oyewole, Pascale Beauregard, Robert Bradley. (2018). Monitoring the long-term effects of fire intensity on the functional properties of soil biochar. European Geosciences Union General Assembly (poster). Vienna, Austria.
  • * Piquette J, Morin H, Bussières D, Thiffault N, Houle D, Bradley RL, Paré MC. (2018). Nine years of in situ soil warming increases the recalcitrance of organic carbon in boreal forest soils. North American Forest Soils Conference – International Symposium on Forest Soils. (Oral presentation). Québec, Canada.
  • Bradley RL. (2018). Tannins, proteins and soil N in the boreal Kalmia-black spruce system : 25 years of “on-again, off-again” investigations. University of Guelph, School of the Environment Seminar Series (Invited oral presentation). Guelph, Canada.
  • Marie Renaudin, * Pauline LeMonier, * Romain Darnajoux, Daniel Houle, Robert Bradley, Jean-Philippe Bellenger. (2018). Trace metal and phosphorus dynamics in feather moss: toward a better understanding of nutrient limitation of biological nitrogen fixation in boreal forest. 113th European Nitrogen Fixation Conference (poster). Stockholm, Sweden.
  • Jean-Philippe Bellenger, * Marie Renaudin, * Pauline Lemonier, * Romain Darnajoux, Robert Bradley and Daniel Houle. (2018). Trace metal and phosphorus dynamics in feather moss: toward a better understanding of nutrient limitation of biological nitrogen fixation in boreal forest. American Geosciences Union (Oral presentation). Washington D.C., United States.
  • Bradley RL. (2017). (Invitation declined). 7th International Symposium on Physiological Processes in Roots of Woody Plants. University of Tartu, (Invited oral presentation). Tartu, Estonia.
  • Bradley RL. (2017). Dimension écologique du développement économique et social de l'Île d'Anticosti. École de politique appliquée (Invited oral presentation). Longueil, Canada.
  • * Josée-Anne Lévesque, Maxime Paré, Robert Bradley, Jean Lafond, Mireille Bellemare. (2017). Impacts d’amendements azotés sur le bleuet nain sauvage (Vaccinium angustifolium Ait.) selon deux contextes de plantes indésirables. Congrès Annuel de l'Association Québécois des Spécialistes en Sciences du Sol (Oral presentation). Trois-Rivières, Canada.
  • * J. Piquette, M. C. Paré, H. Morin, N. Thiffault, R. L. Bradley, D. Houle. (2017). Increasing atmospheric nitrogen deposition reduces gross soil nitrogen mineralization rates in two boreal forest stands. Canadian Soil Science Society Annual Meeting (Oral presentation). Peterborough, Canada.
  • *A Wotherspoon, R Bradley, S Tremblay, M Barrette, D Houle, N Thiffault, JP Bellenger. (2017). Interactions between pre-commercial thinning and climate in controlling black spruce productivity in Quebec. CEF Annual Meeting (Oral presentation). Montreal, Canada.
  • * Xavier Plante, Maxime Paré, Jean Lafond, Robert Bradley. (2017). La minéralisation brute de l’azote dans le sol dépend des pratiques agricoles. 31e congrès annuel de l’AQSSS (Oral presentation). Trois-Rivières, Canada.
  • Bradley RL, * Chagnon P-L. (2017). Le rôle des mycorhizes en forêts. Association forestière du sud du Québec (Invited oral presentation) I was unable to attend and asked to be replaced by my postdoctoral associate (Dr. P-L Chagnon). Sherbrooke, Canada.
  • * D Scott, RL Bradley, JP Bellenger, K Rousk, M Gundale, T DeLuca,. (2017). Local patterns of biological N fixation and N-to-P limitations along steep atmospheric deposition gradients. European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2017 (poster). Vienna, Austria.
  • * D Scott, R Bradley, JP Bellenger, T DeLuca, K Rousk, M Gundale. (2017). Nutrient limitations of tree growth and N fixation along steep atmospheric N deposition gradients in Norway spruce forests. CEF Annual Meeting (Oral presentation). Montreal, Canada.
  • * D Scott, R Bradley, JP Bellenger, T DeLuca, K Rousk, M Gundale. (2017). Shifts in the nutrient limitations of tree growth and N fixation along steep atmospheric N deposition gradients in Norway spruce forests. North American Forest Ecology Workshop (Oral presentation). Edmonton, Canada.
  • * Josée-Anne Lévesque, Maxime C. Paré, Robert Bradley, Jean Lafond, Mireille Bellemare. (2017). Utilisation du bois raméal fragmenté comme outil pour la lutte intégrée des mauvaises herbes. Journée Bleuet (Oral presentation). Normandin, Canada.
  • Bradley, RL. (2016). An Ecological Perspective on Biogeosciences. University of Western Ontario - Biology Department Seminar Series (Invited oral presentation). London, Canada.
  • Bradley RL. (2016). Chouettes découvertes par trois jeunes chercheurs récemment diplômés. Université du Québec à Chicoutimi - Conférencier invité par le Département des sciences fondamentales (Invited oral presentation). Chicoutimi, Canada.
  • Bradley RL. (2016). Chouettes découvertes par trois jeunes chercheurs récemment diplômés. Institut de recherche en biologie végétale - Université de Montréal (Invited oral presentation). Montreal, Canada.
  • Gordon AM, Thevathasan NV, Zabek L, Van Rees K, Ward T, Bradley RL. (2016). Current Issues in Canadian Agroforestry. 3rd European Agroforestry Conference. Montpellier, France.
  • Bradley RL, * Drouin M, * Fugère M, Lapointe L, Vellend M,. (2016). Ecological and geochemical impacts of exotic earthworm dispersal in forest ecosystems of Eastern Canada. European Geosciences Union Annual Symposium (Oral presentation). Vienna, Canada.
  • * Josée-Anne Lévesque, Maxime Paré, Robert Bradley, Jean Lafond. (2016). Fertlisation du bleuet nain sauvage en présence de plantes indésirables. Forum AgroBoréal (poster). Alma, Canada.
  • * Darnajoux R, Bradley RL, Bellenger J-P. (2016). Fixation d’azote dans les pessières à mousse: Quand la couleur importe !. Colloque CEF (Oral presentation). Montreal, Canada.
  • Bradley, RL. (2016). I. Tree-based intercropping in Eastern Canada: Towards a new paradigm in food production. Faculty of Horticulture Mendel University in Brno (Invited oral presentation). Lednice, Czech Republic.
  • Bradley, RL. (2016). II. Tree-based intercropping in Eastern Canada: Towards a new paradigm in food production. Crop Resarch Institute Prague-Ruzyn?, Czech Republic (Invited oral presentation). Prague-Ruzyn?, Czech Republic.
  • Bradley, RL. (2016). III. Tree-based intercropping in Eastern Canada: Towards a new paradigm in food production. Faculty of Agriculture - University of South Bohemia (Invited oral presentation). Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic.
  • * Darnajoux R, Bradley R., Bellenger JP. (2016). In vivo characterization of nitrogenase kinetics in Anabaena variabilis ATCC 29413 using cavity ring-down spectroscopy. 12th Workshop on Cyanobacteria (Oral presentation). Tempe, United States.
  • * Plante X, Paré M, Lafond J, Bradley RL. (2016). Les effets de la rotation, du travail du sol et du type de fertilisation sur la décomposition de la matière organique dans un sol du Lac-Saint-Jean. Colloque AQSSS Juin 2016, Beauport, QC (poster). Beauport, Canada.
  • * Piquette J, Paré M, Morin H, Houle D, Thiffault N, Bradley RL. (2016). Les effets des changements climatiques sur la minéralisation de l'azote dans les sols boréaux. Colloque AQSSS (poster). Beauport, Canada.
  • * Piquette, J., M.C. Paré, H. Morin, D. Houle, N. Thiffault, R. Bradley. (2016). Les effets des changements climatiques sur la minéralisation de l’azote et la qualité du carbone organique du sol en forêt boréale. Colloque CEF (poster). Montreal, Canada.
  • * Girona J, * Lévesque J-A, Bradley RL, Paré M, Bellemare M, Lafond J, Martel P-O. (2016). Mitigation des pertes de rendements du bleuet nain par les haies brise-vents. Journée Bleuet : démonstration et réseautage (poster). Normandin, Canada.
  • * Chagnon, PL, Bradley, RL, Klironoomos, J. (2016). Mycorrhizal interaction networks vs. co-occurrence networks: why they differ, and how they complement each other. "Fungi on the Edge" Symposium (Oral presentation). Victoria, Canada.
  • Bradley RL. (2016). Nifty findings by three recently graduated students. Soil Biology Institute - Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic (Invited oral presentation). Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic.
  • * Chagnon P-L, Bradley RL, Klironomos J, Cahill J. (2016). Soil as a host for mutualisms: investigations of partner selection in the arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis. 11th annual meeting of the Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution (Invited oral presentation) (I was unable to attend, therefore I asked to be replaced by P-L Chagnon). St. John's, Canada.
  • * Girona J, Bradley RL, Paré M, Bellemare M, Lafond J, Martel P-O. (2016). Study of lowbush blueberry functional traits to improve yields in Sagueney-Lac-St-Jean. Wild Blueberry Association of North America Symposium (Oral presentation). Fredericton, Canada.
  • * J Girona, * JA Lévesque, R Bradley, M Paré, M Bellemare, J Lafond. (2016). Valorisation des traits fonctionnels et de la rusticité du bleuet nain pour augmenter ses rendements au Saguenay-Lac St. Jean. Colloque Annuel du Centre SÈVE (Oral presentation). Bromont, Canada.
  • * Jean, P-O Bradley, R.L. Tremblay, J.-P. (2015). Combining near infrared spectra and geostatistical tools for mapping the nutritional quality of landscapes to large herbivores. European Geosciences Union (poster). Vienna, Austria.
  • *Gauthier, M., Bradley, R., Simek, M. (2015). Evidence that anaerobic oxidation of methane is prevalent in surface soils: Is it time to update our models ?. European Geosciences Union (Oral presentation). Vienna, Austria.
  • Bradley RL. (2015). La classification des sols. Groupe SM Consultants (Invited oral presentation). Sherbrooke, Canada.
  • * Martine Fugère, Robert Bradley, Mark Vellend. (2015). La pêche sportive dans nos parcs nationaux augmente-t-elle les gaz à effet de serre?. Colloque annuel du Centre CEF (Oral presentation) Runner-up for Best Student Presentation. Rimouski, Canada.
  • *J. Degboe, J.-P. Bellenger, R. Bradley. (2015). Limitation de la fixation biologique d’azote par le molybdène chez les cyanobactéries associées aux mousses en forêt boréale. 19e Colloque du Chapitre St-Laurent (Oral presentation). Sherbrooke, Canada.
  • * Girona J, Bradley RL, Paré M, Bellemare M, Lafond J, Martel P-O. (2015). Mise en valeur des traits fonctionnels du bleuet nain pour améliorer sa rusticité et son rendement au Saguenay–Lac-St-Jean. Association des conseillers en agroenvironnement du Québec (ACAQ) – Journée Champs libres (poster). Québec, Canada.
  • * W.F.J. Parsons, R.L. Bradley, * M. Gauthier, G. Laroche, A. Olivier, T.K. Kinch, R.L. Grant, S.E. Allaire, K.S. Winans, J.K. Whalen. (2015). Policy assessments and ecosystem modelling indicate levels of acceptability and performance of young tree-based intercropping systems in Quebec. 14th North American Agroforestry Conference (poster). Ames, United States.
  • * Martine Fugère, Robert Bradley, Mark Vellend. (2015). Recreational fishing may increase greenhouse gas emissions: The earthworm connection. Joint meeting of the International Union of Soil Science, the Canadian Society of Soil Science, and l'Association québécoise des spécialistes en sciences du sol. (Oral presentation). Montreal, Canada.
  • Bradley, R., Allaire, S., Olivier, A., Cogliastro, A., Whalen, J., Grant, R. (2015). Significnt results from 5 years of AGGP research on tree-based intercropping. AGGP Workshop (Invited oral presentation). Saskatoon, Canada.
  • * R. Darnajoux, H Morin, Z. Lindo, R. Bradley, J.-P. Bellenger. (2015). The Boreal Mini-FACE Project: Évaluation de l'impact des changements climatiques sur la fixation biologique d'azote en forêt boréale. 19e Colloque du Chapitre St-Laurent (Oral presentation). Sherbrooke, Canada.
  • *Chagnon, P.-L. Bradley, R. Klironomos, J. (2015). The structure of mycorrhizal interactions: the need for a mechanism-oriented approach to interpret community-level patterns. ICOM-8 (Oral presentation). Flagstaff, United States.
  • * Lévesque J-A, Paré M, Bradley RL, Bellemare M, Lafond J,. (2015). Une fertilisation du bleuet adaptée à l’abondance relative de la végétation compétitrice. Journée Bleuet (poster). Dolbeau, Canada.
  • * Bringuier C, Bradley RL, Bellenger J-P, Morin H, Lindo Z. (2014). A new Open Top Chamber designed to test the in situ effects of climatic and atmospheric changes on biological nitrogen fixation in boreal forest floor mosses. European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly (poster). Vienna, Austria.
  • * Jean P-O, Bradley RL, Berthiaume R, Tremblay J-P. (2014). Energetic properties of forage in a remote population of deer: what is the right proxy?. 8e Colloque du Centre d'étude de la forêt (poster). Montreal, Canada.
  • * Chagnon P-L, Bradley RL, Klironomos JN. (2014). Field evidence for trait-based partner selection in a widespread plant symbiosis. New Phytologist 33rd Symposium - Networks of Power & Influence: Ecology & Evolution of Symbioses Between Pants & Mycorrhizal Fungi (poster). Zurich, Switzerland.
  • Jean P-O*, Bradley RL, Berthiaume R, Tremblay J-P. (2014). Propriétés énergétiques de plantes sauvage: quel proxy est-il mieux adapté au cerf d'Anticosti?. 10e Colloque annuel sur l'aménagement intégré des ressources de l'île d'Anticosti. (Oral presentation). Quebec, Canada.
  • * Kernecker M, Whalen JK, Bradley RL. (2014). Site-specific land use intensity and plant diversity drive earthworm communities throughout riparian areas in southern Québec. GfOe Annual Meeting (Oral presentation). Hildesheim, Germany.
  • * Grenon F, Bradley RL,Titus B. (2014). The concurrent kinetics of N uptake by soil microbes and western hemlock (Tsuga heterophylla) seedlings: a microcosm study. European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly (poster). Vienna, Austria.
  • * Jean P-O, Bradley RL, Tremblay J-P. (2014). The landscape of food: a new deer forage quality index based on near-infrared spectra of feces. Canadian Society of Ecology & Evolution (Oral presentation). Montreal, Canada.
  • * Fugere M, Bradley RL, Velland M. (2014). The spread and impacts of exotic earthworms in Parc national du Mont-Tremblant. Canadian Society of Ecology & Evolution (poster). Montreal, Canada.
  • * Fugere M, Bradley RL, Velland M. (2014). Étude du patron d’invasion des vers de terre exotiques et de leur impact sur les communautés végétales de sous-étage. 8e Colloque du Centre d'étude de la forêt (poster). Montreal, Canada.
  • * Gauthier M, Bradley RL, Šimek M. (2013). Anaerobic methane oxidation may be more prevalent in surface soils than was originally thought. European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly (poster). Vienna, Austria.
  • * Jean P-O, Bradley RL, Tremblay J-P. (2013). A new deer forage quality index based on near-infrared spectra of feces. 9th North American Forest Ecology Workshop (Oral presentation). Bloomington, United States.
  • * Parsons WFJ, Bradley RL. (2013). Environmental & economic benefits of tree-based intercropping systems. Journée scientifique – Agroforesterie. Centre de référence en agriculture et agroalimentaire du Québec (CRAAQ): (Invited oral presentation). Drummondville, Canada.
  • Bradley RL, * Chagnon P-L, Klironomos J. (2013). Evidence that plant functional traits and fungal phylogeny drive partner selection in plant-AM fungal communities. Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (Invited oral presentation). Uppsala, Sweden.
  • Bradley RL, * Chagnon P-L, Klironoms J. (2013). Le mariage entre la microbiologie et de l'écologie théorique: quelques exemples avec les organismes du sol. Conférences de l'INRS-Institut-Armand-Frappier (Invited oral presentation). Montreal, Canada.
  • * Chagnon P-L, Bradley RL, Klironomos J. (2013). Plant-AM fungal networks: What are the drivers of their assembly. Colloque annuel du Centre SÈVE (Oral presentation). Wendake, Canada.
  • * Gauthier M, Bradley RL, Simek M. (2013). Soil methane dynamics in agroforestry systems. AGGP Workshop (oral presentation). Sherbrooke, Canada.
  • * Chagnon P-L, Bradley RL, Klironomos J. (2013). Spatial distribution of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. Colloque Mycorhizes 2013 (Oral presentation). Sherbrooke, Canada.
  • Bradley RL, Paterson R, Chapman S, Thornton B, Sim A. (2013). Testing the root-priming of soil organic matter decomposition using the isotopic signature of fossil fuel CO2. European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly (poster). Vienna, Austria.
  • * Jean P-O, Bradley RL, Tremblay J-P. (2013). Un nouvel indice de qualite alimentaire utilisant la spectroscopie proche infrarouge de feces. Centre d'etude de la foret (CEF) 7e Colloque (Oral presentation). Montebello, Canada.
  • * Jean P-O, Bradley RL, Tremblay J-P. (2013). Un nouvel indice de qualité alimentaire utilisant la spectroscopie proche infrarouge de fèces de cerf de Virginie. 9e Colloque annuel sur l'aménagement intégré des ressources naturelles sur l'île d'Anticosti, (Oral presentation). Quebec, Canada.
  • Bradley RL, Royer-Tardif S*. (2012). A pedocentric perspective on the causes and consequences of jack pine–trembling aspen mixed wood stands. The James Hutton Institute (Aberdeen, Scotland). Aberdeen, United Kingdom.
  • Bradley RL, Royer-Tardif S*. (2012). A pedocentric perspective on the causes and consequences of jack pine–trembling aspen mixedwood stands. Invited seminar: Soil Biology Institute Czech Academy of Sciences. Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic.
  • Chagnon P-L*, Bradley RL, Klironomos J. (2012). A trait-based approach to understand mycorrhizal fungal life history. (Oral). Colloque Mycorhizes 2012. Montreal, Canada.
  • Bradley RL. (2012). Bottom-up effects of geologic parent material through ecological interaction webs. European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly 2012. Vienna, Austria.
  • Bradley RL, Quirion J*. (2012). Bénéfices économiques et environmentaux des systemes agroforestiers avec culture intercalaires. (Oral). Journée de l'arbre - Club ProConseils de Beloeil. Beloeil, Canada.
  • Elhottova D, Kyselkova M, Schmitt H, Jirout J, Vrchotova N, Allard N*, Bradley RL, Havlickova P. (2012). Changes of soil microbiome due to repeated addition of manure from oxytetracycline-treated dairy cow (Poster). 14th International Symposium on Microbial Ecology (ISME). Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • Pelletier-Bergeron S*, Bradley RL, Munson AD. (2012). Does temperature of charcoal creation affect subsequent mineralization of soil carbon and nitrogen?. European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly 2012. Vienna, Austria.
  • Chagnon P-L*, Bradley RL, Klironomos JN. (2012). Définir les stratégies d'histoire de vie des champignons à mycorhizes arbusculaires: le modèle C-S-R de Grime comme outil théorique. (Oral). Colloque Mycorhizes 2012. Montreal, Canada.
  • Kernecker M*, Whalen JK, Bradley RL. (2012). Interactive effects of earthworms & vegetation on C and N gas fluxes from riparian areas in southern Québec (Poster). EUROSOIL 4th International Congress of European Confederation of Soil Science Societys (ECSSS). Bari, Italy.
  • Jean P-O*, Bradley RL, Tremblay J-P. (2012). La spectroscopie dans l’infrarouge proche comme outil de prédiction de l’écologie nutritionnelle du cerf de Virginie. (Poster). 6e colloque annuel du Centre d'étude de la forêt (CEF). Rouyn-Noranda, Canada.
  • Chagnon P-L*, Bradley RL, Klironomos J. (2012). Lutte contre la perte de biodiversité végétale : Le rôle des mycorhizes. Colloque annuel du Centre d’Étude de la Forêt (CEF). Orford, Canada.
  • Bradley RL, Pelletier-Bergeron S*. (2012). Propriétés physico-chimiques et fonctionnelles du charbon produites à cinq températures différentes. (Oral). C*FIRE Conference. Quebec, Canada.
  • Chagnon P-L*, Bradley RL, Klironomos J, Maherali H. (2012). The grimy side of Grime’s CSR theory: How we can use life history strategy to better understand mycorrhizal ecology. (Oral). Ecological Society of America 97th Annual Meeting. Portland, United States.
  • Kyselková M, Havlí?ková P, Stehlíková Z, Schmitt H, Bradley RL, Elhottová D. (2011). Antibiotic resistance & presence of tetracycline resistance determinants tet(V) & tap in diverse fast-growing mycobacteria from agricultural soils & clinical isolates. Ecology of Soil Microorganisms: Microbes as Important Drivers of Soil Processes. Prague, Czech Republic.
  • Stehlíková Z, Kyselková M, N?mec J, Bradley RL, Elhottová D. (2011). Comparison of the incidence of tetracycline resistance genes between pristine and agricultural manured and non-manured soils. (Poster). Ecology of Soil Microorganisms - Microbes as Important Drivers of Soil Processes. Prague, Czech Republic.
  • Dufresne M*, Bradley RL, Tremblay J-P, Côté SD. (2011). Contribution des mécanismes « Bottom-up » et « Top-down » sur la régénération des sapinières sur l’île d’Anticosti. 2e Colloque international sur les relations cerf-forêt sur l'île d'Anticosti. Quebec, Canada.
  • Kernecker M*, Whalen J, Bradley RL. (2011). Earthworm influence on carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide and methane fluxes in riparian areas. Soil Science Society of America Annual Meeting. San Antonio, United States.
  • Kernecker M*, Whalen JK, Bradley RL. (2011). Earthworms, methanogens and methanotrophs in riparian soils. Soil Ecology Society. Kelowna, Canada.
  • Bradley RL, Kernecker M*, Whalen J. (2011). Ecological impacts of exotic earthworms in Canadian hardwood forests. Invited seminar - Palacky University. Olomouc, Czech Republic.
  • Pelletier-Bergeron S*, Bradley RL, Munson AD. (2011). Effet du charbon produit à différentes températures sur la minéralisation du carbone et de l'azote du sol. Carrefour de la recherche forestière 2011. Québec, Canada.
  • Royer-Tardif S*, Bradley RL. (2011). Forest floor properties across sharp compositional boundaries separating trembling aspen and jack pine stands in the southern boreal forest. North American Forest Ecology Workshop 2011. Roanoke, United States.
  • Pelletier-Bergeron S*, Bradley RL, Munson AD. (2011). La sévérité des feux de forêts améliore-t-elle les fonctions écologiques du charbon?. 5e Colloque Annuel du Centre d'étude de la forêt (CEF). Quebec, Canada.
  • Jean P-O*, Bradley RL, Tremblay J-P. (2011). Near infrared spectroscopy, a rapid and inexpensive tool for ecological monitoring. 5e Colloque Annuel du Centre d'etude de la foret (CEF). Quebec, Canada.
  • Dufresne M*, Bradley RL, Tremblay J-P. (2011). Survol des relations trophiques entre les sols, les peuplements forestiers et le cerf de Virginie dans les sapinières d’Anticosti. (Oral). 2e Colloque international sur les relations cerf-forêt sur l'île d'Anticosti. Quebec, Canada.
  • Bradley RL, Joanisse G*, Preston C. (2011). Tannins, proteins, and soil N in the boreal Kalmia-spruce system. Invited seminar - The MacCaulay Land Use Research Institute (Aberdeen, Scotland). Aberdeen, United Kingdom.
  • Kyselková M, Schmitt H, Bradley RL, Elhottová D. (2011). Tetracycline resistance genes are transferred from cattle excrements to soil in a gene-dependent manner. 11th Conference on Bacterial Genetics and Ecology. Corfu, Greece.
  • Chagnon P-L*, Bradley RL, Klironomos J. (2010). Can network theory advance mycorrhizal research? (Oral). Colloque Mycorhizes 2010. Quebec, Canada.
  • Bradley RL. (2010). Climate change and soil processes in the Canadian North. Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution Annual Meeting. Quebec CIty, Canada.
  • Kernecker M*, Whalen JK, Bradley RL. (2010). Earthworm-mediated carbon and nitrogen losses via leaching and gaseous emissions in riparian buffers. 9th International Earthworm Ecology Symposium. Xalapa, Mexico.
  • Kernecker M*, Whalen JK, Bradley RL. (2010). Earthworm-mediated soil carbon and nitrogen transformations in riparian buffers. Canadian Soil Science Society Annual Meeting. Saskatoon, Canada.
  • Bradley RL. (2010). I. Diversity-stability relationships in a tree-based intercropping system II. Plant-soil interactions that guide ecological succession in the boreal forest. Pavol Jozef Šafárik University. Kosice, Slovakia.
  • Elhottova D, Allard N*, Kyselkova M, Havlickova P, Bradley RL. (2010). Increase of tetracycline resistant bacterial populations in soils amended with excrements of an antibiotic-treated dairy cow. International Society for Microbial Ecology Symposium. Seattle, United States.
  • Chagnon P-L*, Bradley RL, Klironomos J. (2010). Integrating network theory to mycorrhizal research: What can we learn about the symbiosis?. Colloque Mycorhizes 2010. Quebec CIty, Canada.
  • Chagnon P-L*, Bradley RL, Klironomos J. (2010). Integrating network theory to mycorrhizal research: challenges and promises. Canadian Society of Ecology & Evolution Annual Meeting. Quebec CIty, Canada.
  • Chagnon P-L*, Bradley RL, Klironomos J. (2010). Lutte contre la perte de la biodiversité végétale : le rôle des mycorhizes. Centre d'étude de la Forêt (CEF), 4e Colloque Annuel. Orford, Canada.
  • Chagnon P-L*, Bradley RL, Klironomos J. (2010). Lutte contre la perte de la biodiversité végétale : le rôle des mycorhizes. Journée universitaire de la recherche, Université de Sherbrooke (QC), 10e édition. Sherbrooke, Canada.
  • Bradley RL. (2010). Tannins and nitrogen cycling in boreal forests. (Oral presentation - Declined invitation for parental reasons). Ecological Society of America (ESA) Annual Meeting. Pittsburgh, United States.
  • Bradley RL. (2009). An ecological perspective on soil science. (Oral). Lakehead University - Invited seminar. Thunderbay, Canada.
  • Beaudette C*, Bradley RL. (2009). Augmentation du rendement en huile du canola (Brassica napus L.) et réduction des impacts reliés à sa culture. (Oral). Colloque annuel du Centre SÈVE 2009. Wendake, Canada.
  • Olivier A, Cogliastro A, Vanasse A, Khasa D, Rivest D*, Chifflot V, Lacombe S*, Bradley RL. (2009). Développement de systèmes de cultures intercalaires integrant des feuillus nobles et des peupliers hybrides aux cultures agricoles. (Oral). Forum FQRNT 2009. Trois Rivieres, Canada.
  • Rivest D*, Chifflot V, Lacombe S*, Cogliastro A, Bradley RL, Vanasse A, Khasa D, Olivier A. (2009). Experiences from southern Quebec provide ecological insights for the implementation of tree-based intercropping systems. 11th North American Agroforestry Conference. Columbia, United States.
  • Royer-Tardif S*, Bradley RL. (2009). Explaining jack pine and aspen exclusion on till and measuring its consequences on forest floor chemical and biological properties. (Oral). Centre d'étude de la Forêt (CEF), 3e Colloque Annuel. Gatineau, Canada.
  • Bergeron M*. Bradley RL. (2009). La capacité de phytorémédiation et de réduction de la pollution diffuse du peuplier hybride dans un système agroforestier. (Oral). Colloque annuel du Centre SÈVE 2009. Wendake, Canada.
  • Thiffault N, Fournier R, Van Lier O*, Dancause V, Crete-D'Avignon S, LeBel P*, Bradley RL. (2009). Monitoring ericad invasion in northeastern Québec (Canada): From the plot to the region. (Oral). IUFRO Division 4 Meeting: Extending Forest Inventory and Monitoring Over Space and Time. Quebec CIty, Canada.
  • Royer-Tardif S*, Bradley RL. (2009). Soil microbial stability in pure and mixed-wood stands of trembling aspen and jack pine. (Oral). Soil Ecology Society Conference 2009 (Joint with The Society of Nematologists). Burlington, United States.
  • Bradley RL, Joanisse G*, Preston C, Thiffault N, LeBel P*. (2009). Tannins, proteins, and soil N in the boreal Kalmia-spruce system. (Oral). Soil Science Society of America Annual Meeting. Pittsburgh, United States.
  • LeBel P*, Bradley RL, Thiffault N. (2009). Éricacées et échecs de régénération de l'épinette noire: acclimatations physiologiques face aux stress hydriques et nutritionnels. (Oral). Centre d'étude de la foret (CEF) - 3e Colloque 2009. Gatineau, Canada.
  • Bradley RL. (2009). Étude pilote sur le développement d'une bande riveraine dans un contexte d'assainissement agricole. Colloque annuel du Centre SÈVE 2009. Wendake, Canada.
  • Beaudette C*, Bradley RL, Smith D, McVetty P, Olivier A, Rivest D*. (2008). Analysis of environmental factors increasing seed yield and oil content of canola (Brassica napus L.) while reducing negative impacts associated to its cultivation. (Poster). Centre d'étude de la Forêt (CEF), 2e Colloque Annuel. Quebec, Canada.
  • Bradley RL, Joanisse G*, LeBel P*, Thiffault N, Preston C. (2008). Degradation of boreal forest soil fertility caused by the invasion of Kalmia angustifolia: a forest management problem. (Oral). 15th International Congress, International Soil Conservation Organization: "Soil and Water Conservation, Climate Change and Environmental Sensitivity". Budapest, Hungary.
  • Royer-Tardif S*, Bradley RL. (2008). Les peuplements mixtes augmentent la stabilité des communautés microbiennes des sols de la forêt boréale. (Oral). Centre d'étude de la Forêt (CEF), 2e Colloque Annuel. Quebec, Canada.
  • Olivier A, Rivest D*, Cogliastro A, Bradley RL, Vanasse A. (2008). Optimisation de l’utilisation des ressources du sol à l’aide de systèmes de cultures intercalaires associant feuillus nobles, peupliers hybrides et soya. (Oral). 22e congrès AQSSS (Association québécoise de spécialistes en sciences du sol). St-Georges de Beauce, Canada.
  • Bradley RL. (2008). Soil ... a biological construct. Invited seminar - Soil Biology Institute, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic. Prague, Czech Republic.
  • Bambrick AD, Whalen JK, Bradley RL, Cogliastro A, Olivier A, Thevathasan NV, Gordon AM. (2008). Spatial heterogeneity and temporal changes in soil organic carbon pools in tree-based intercropping systems of Quebec and Ontario. (Poster). Plants and Soils: Montreal '08. Ecological Intensification, Biofuels and Bioproducts. Montreal, Canada.
  • Bambrick AD, Whalen JK, Bradley RL, Cogliastro A, Thevathasan NV, Gordon AM. (2008). Spatial heterogeneity in soil organic carbon pools: The influence of trees in tree-based intercropping systems in Quebec and Ontario. (Poster). 22e congres AQCSSS. St-Georges de Beauce, Canada.
  • LeBel P*, Bradley RL, Thiffault N. (2008). Éricacées et échecs de régénération de l'épinette noire en forêt boréale : y a-t-il une interaction compétitive qui affecte la nutrition et la physiologie? (Oral). CONFOR 2008. Orford, Canada.
  • Bradley RL. (2008). Étudier les sols dans une perspective écologique. (Oral). Invited seminar - Institut de recherche en biologie végétale (IRBV), Université de Montréal. Montreal, Canada.