Organiser: Southern Swedish Forest Research Centre
This event is presented by Bronson P. Bullock, Ph.D. Professor of Forest Biometrics & Quantitative Forest Management, Co-Director, Plantation Management Research Cooperative (PMRC). "Pine Research in the Southeastern US – Silviculture, Management, & Modeling". Welcome to this seminar at Southern Swedish Forest Research Centre.
Presentation by Prof. Bronson P. Bullock, Professor of Forest Biometrics & Quantitative Forest Management, Co-Director, Plantation Management Research Cooperative (PMRC) 12 april 14.00. "Pine Research in the Southeastern US – Silviculture, Management, & Modeling". This event could be followed in lecture hall Silvicum.
Bronson Bullock has been teaching forest biometrics, forest mensuration, modeling, and sampling at the graduate and undergraduate level since 2002. His undergraduate forestry degree is from Rutgers University in 1996 and graduate degrees from Virginia Tech – MS Forest Biometrics 1998; MS Statistics 2000; and Ph.D. Forest Biometrics 2002. There are two core areas that his research has focused on, 1) the effects of genetic background on growth characteristics and wood quality, and 2) spatial relationships between trees in forested stands. He is also working on numerous other projects to answer a wide range of forest biometrics research questions, e.g. taper, volume and green weight equations; growth and yield models; characterization of model error; mid-rotation treatment effects; and numerous research projects with the Plantation Management Research Cooperative (PMRC) at UGA. Bullock is an active research collaborator with both internal and external colleagues, as well as with forest industry partners.
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