In the 2016/2017 fiscal year, members of the Faculty Forestry were awarded a total of $12.1 million in research funding and authored 260 articles in 161 peer-reviewed journals. Read more about our research in our Annual Report.
Our wide breadth of research includes topics such as tree rings, integrated remote sensing, bioenergy, forest conservation genetics, landscape visualizations, African forest conservation & development, alpine studies, advanced wood processing.
Recent Research Highlights
Building Reforestation Strategies Through Macroscale Analysis
Finding research-based solutions to decide on the best reforestation practices in regions experiencing dryer and warmer conditions.
Protecting Wild Salmon in Uncertain Times
Addressing the challenges to protect, conserve, and manage wild Pacific salmon is a significant aspect of professor Scott Hinch's research.
Learning from Nature – Reconstructing Cellulose into High Performance Materials
Forest products are expanding beyond conventional wood, pulp, and paper products to include high-performance cellulose-based materials.
Terry Sunderland Receives Scientific Achievement Award
Terry Sunderland was recently presented with the 2019 IUFRO Scientific Achievement Award at the XXV IUFRO Congress held in Curitiba, Brazil.