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Department of Forest Engineering, Resources and Management

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Department of Forest Engineering, Resources and Management

 

"Our department comprises a unique group of specialists in forest management, engineering, biometrics, hydrology, forest health and silviculture working to support decisions for sustainable forests. Our teaching and research emphasizes all aspects of active forest management and restoration, from regeneration through harvest, for multiple land use objectives, including wood production and management for values other than wood." Read more at: http://ferm.forestry.oregonstate.edu/. This department was the result of a consolidation of the former Department of Forest Engineering and parts of the former Department of Forest Resources.

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  • Argerich, Alba; Haggerty, Roy; Johnson, Sherri L.; Wondzell, Steven M.; Dosch, Nicholas; Corson-Rikert, Hayley; Ashkenas, Linda R.; Pennington, Robert; Thomas, Christoph K. (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2016-05)
    Headwater streams comprise nearly 90% of the total length of perennial channels in global catchments. They mineralize organic carbon entering from terrestrial systems, evade terrestrial carbon dioxide (CO₂ ), and generat ...
  • Belart Lengerich, Maria Francisca (2016-07-06)
    Moisture content management is a key requirement to improve forest harvest residue economics for bioenergy production. This dissertation aims to contribute towards better management through these three general objectives ...
  • Fischer, A. Paige; Spies, Thomas A.; Steelman, Toddi A.; Moseley, Cassandra; Johnson, Bart R.; Bailey, John D.; Ager, Alan A.; Bourgeron, Patrick; Charnley, Susan; Collins, Brandon M.; Kline, Jeffrey D.; Leahy, Jessica E.; Littell, Jeremy S.; Millington, James D. A.; Nielsen-Pincus, Max; Olsen, Christine S.; Paveglio, Travis B.; Roos, Christopher I.; Steen-Adams, Michelle M.; Stevens, Forrest R.; Vukomanovic, Jelena.; White, Eric M.; Bowman, David M. J. S. (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2016-06)
    Wildfire risk in temperate forests has become a nearly intractable problem that can be characterized as a socioecological “pathology”: that is, a set of complex and problematic interactions among social and ecological sy ...
  • Wilhelmi, Nicholas (2016-06-07)
    Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) is a commercially and ecologically important tree species native to western North America. The foliar pathogens Phaeocryptopus gaeumannii, the causal agent of Swiss Needle Cast, and Rh ...
  • Rodman, Henry (2016-06-08)
    Forest soils and topography have long been known to influence forest productivity in complex terrain such as Oregon’s Coast Ranges. Incorporating physical site characteristics into predictions of forest growth and yield, ...