Big Data in Forestry Big Problems?
|Brian Roth||The Cooperative Forestry Research Unit||Presentation|
|Wendy Farrand||Loggers for the Future||Presentation|
Review of Logging Business Characteristics: Comparisons across time and Between Regions
|Neila Cole||Analyzing Characteristics of Log Truck Accidents in the United States||Presentation||Paper||Supplemental Info|
|Jean-Francois Gingras||FPInnovations’ Forest-2-User 4.0 Initiative||Presentation||Paper||Supplemental Info|
|Ryer M. Becker||Use of LiDAR and simulation modeling to characterize alternative steep slope harvest system options in the Inland Northwest||Presentation||Paper||Supplemental Info|
|Pat Sirois||Maine’s Progress in Logger Training and BMP Administration||Presentation||Paper||Supplemental Info|
|Robert F. Keefe||Real-time location sharing for forest operations: where we’ve been and where we’re going||Presentation||Paper||Supplemental Info|
|Han Sup Han||Productivity and Cost of Cut to Length Thinning in Northern California Redwood Forests||Presentation||Paper||Supplemental Info|
|Chandler L. Dangle||Analysis of Upgraded Forestry BMPs for Stream Crossings in Virginia||Presentation||Paper||Supplemental Info|
|Ben Matthews||Getting the Fish up the Stream in Maine: the TNC’s fish Restoration Program||Presentation||Paper||Supplemental Info|
|Lloyd C. Irland||Value Engineering for Stream Protection and restoration: Challenges in the Maine woods||Presentation||Paper||Supplemental Info|
|Keith M. Coulter||Got Salmon? Harvesting old growth within a major Alaskan salmon fishery||Presentation||Paper||Supplemental Info|
|Han Sup Han||Impacts on soils and residual trees from cut to length thinning operations in California's Redwood forests.||Presentation||Paper||Supplemental Info|
|Anil Koirala||Improving Maine’s forest products trucking enterprises: A qualitative study approach||Presentation||Paper||Supplemental Info|
|Jason D. Thompson||Alternative Trailer Configurations for Maximizing Payloads||Presentation||Paper||Supplemental Info|
|Marissa “Jo” Daniel||Utilization of Phone App Technology to Monitor Log Truck Movement||Presentation||Paper||Supplemental Info|
|Jon Lancaster||Whole Tree Transportation System for Timber Processing Depots||Presentation||Paper||Supplemental Info|
|Michel Soucy||Work productivity of using a clearing saw designed for top spacing in a delayed precommercial thinning context: a case study||Presentation||Paper||Supplemental Info|
|Preston Green||“Steep-Slope Logging Research: Eye Movement Tracking to Grapple Yarding, Collaboration for a Safer Work Environment”||Presentation||Paper||Supplemental Info|
|John Klepac||Evaluation of a Tracked Feller-Buncher Harvesting Plantation Loblolly Pine||Presentation||Paper||Supplemental Info|
|Rafael Santiago||Coppicing Evaluation in the Southeast of the U.S. to Determine Harvesting Methods for Bioenergy Production||Presentation||Paper||Supplemental Info|
|Eunjai Lee||Production of sawdust-type wood chips from stem-wood residues||Presentation||Paper||Supplemental Info|
|Mathew Smidt||Biomass chipping for eastern redcedar control||Presentation||Paper||Supplemental Info|
|Dana Mitchell||Biomass Removal Study on the George Washington National Forest||Presentation||Paper||Supplemental Info|
|Beth Dodson||Forest Bioenergy and Biofuels Integration: Sustainability, Energy Balance and Emissions from Forest Restoration in the Southern Rocky Mountains||Presentation||Paper||Supplemental Info|
CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS, PAPERS, POSTERS
AT THE INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL ON FOREST ENGINEERING (COFE) ANNUAL CONFERENCE
BANGOR, MAINE, JULY 30-AUGUST 2, 2017
Conference organizers are inviting abstracts from academics, researchers, forestry professionals, students and others interested in forest engineering and operations. Submit an abstract describing your work and elect to offer an oral presentation, full paper, or poster using the format for abstract submission on the www.cofe.org website. The general theme of the meeting is: “Forest Engineering, from Where We’ve Been, to Where We’re Going.” Topics of special interest to the professionals attending the meeting also include: New Harvesting Technologies; Workforce Safety, Health and Availability; Environmental Issues of Roads and Logging; Planning and Assessment Technologies; and Issues of the Supply Chain and Transportation. Other topics of interest will receive full consideration.
Please indicate if your abstract is intended for a full paper, oral presentation or for a poster. If you are submitting your abstract for a full paper, indicate if you are a student and would like to have your paper considered for the Student Communication Award (http://cofe.org/index.php/awards/student-communication-award).
Please refer to the COFE Abstract Guide for formatting your abstract submission, and the COFE Paper Guide for formatting your paper at www.cofe.org
Direct any questions you may have to the same email
- The deadline to submit abstracts: March 20, 2017
- Notification of acceptance: April 21, 2017
- Deadline for final paper submission: June 30, 2017
Accepted full papers will be published as 2017 COFE Annual Conference Proceedings on the internet. Authors and presenters are solely responsible for the content and grammar of their submissions. The COFE Program Committee will evaluate your submission. We look forward to your abstract and attendance at INTERNATIONAL COFE 2017!
This year’s COFE Annual Meeting is being hosted by the University of Maine, School of Forest Resources, and the New England Region Council on Forest Engineering. The theme of this 40th COFE Annual Meeting is “Forest Engineering, From Where We’ve Been, to Where We’re Going.” Please see the ‘Call for Abstracts’ page for information about the technical presentation topics. See the ‘Registration Page’ to register for the conference, and the ‘Hilton Garden Inn Bangor’ link for hotel information and to reserve your stay.
To make hotel reservations with the
Hilton Garden Inn Bangor, click here
Use booking code COFE
This year’s COFE annual meeting is sponsored in part with generous donations from:
For additional information please contact: Raymond C. Berthiaume, COFE Co-Chair
Harvest Planning & Operations Manager
COFE 2017 “Forest Engineering, from Where We’ve Been, to Where We’re Going”
July 30 – August 2, 2017
Sunday 7/30 Travel Day
5:00pm-6:30pm Executive Committee Meeting
6:30pm-8:00pm Evening Social/Reception at the hotel
Dinner on your own
Registration is now open for 2016 COFE Annual Meeting in Vancouver BC. The meeting registration is being handled by the Canadian Institute of Forestry (Institut Forestier du Canada) and can be found at the following link:
For more information on the conference please visit the full website to get all the details on the fantastic program including field opportunities at DEMO International 2016. -- FULL WEBSITE HERE https://www.cif-ifc.org/cififc-2016-agm/
We look forward to seeing you here!
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