forest engineering

forest engineering

[′fär·əst ‚en·jə‚nir·iŋ]
(engineering)
A branch of engineering concerned with the solution of forestry problems with regard to long-range environmental and economic effects.
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In: Council on Forest Engineering (COFE) Conf Proc, Sept.
Forest Engineering Research Institute of Canada (FERIC), Pointe Claire, Quebec.
He is President of the INSAM Foundation in Geneva; head of business studies at Robert Kennedy College, Switzerland; and is honorary professor at the Ural State Forest Engineering University of Ekaterinburg, Russia.
George Ice of Monroe has a doctorate in forest engineering (hydrology), and has researched the effects of logging on Oregon watersheds and fish habitat for 40 years.
The challenge, Gladu said, is to find ways to keep extending value chain and creating employment from forest engineering to road building to harvesting, planting, hauling and manufacturing wood products.
My undergraduate degree was in forest engineering, and after fun-years of engineering coursework and some summer engineering jobs, it was obvious to me that the engineering way of life wasn't all that appealing to me.
A Forest engineering applies physical, biological, and engineering skills to solving problems in natural resources and environment, forest production systems, and related manufacturing industries.
The late Paine and Kiser (both forest engineering, resources, and management; Oregon State U.
Optimization of an existing forest road network using Network 2000, Croatian Journal of Forest Engineering 28(2): 185-193.
He is a regular contributor to Louisiana Logger magazine and is the Technical Editor for the International Journal of Forest Engineering.
People should understand, however, that fire is not only inevitable but also a valuable part of forest ecosystems and their management, according to John Bailey, an associate professor in the Department of Forest Engineering, Resources and Management at Oregon State University.

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