1996 Conference Proceedings

1996 - PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTING FOREST OPERATIONS TO ACHIEVE SUSTAINABLE FORESTS

  • Abeels, Pierre F. J. Sustainable forestry: European perspective.
  • Adams, Paul; Kellogg, Loren D.; Allen, Marganne; & Hogervorst, Johan. Soil compaction and disturbance research on recent timber harvest operations in Oregon (abstract only).
  • Andersson, Bjorn. A model for predicting net revenue from harvesting operations in coastal second-growth forests (abstract only).
  • Andersson, Bjorn. Western Canada Regional Report.
  • Baumgras, John E. Environmental concerns affecting forest operations on public lands in the central Appalachians.
  • Baumgras, John E. & Skog, Kenneth E. Wood utilization options for ecosystem management (abstract only).
  • Blinn, Charles R. Temporary stream and wetland crossing options.
  • Blinn, Charles R. and Dahlman, Rick. Timber harvester perceived costs and benefits of applying water quality best management practices in Minnesota.
  • Brown, George. The genesis of COFE: A populist response to a professional need.
  • Carruth, J. Steven & Brown, James C. Predicting the operability of South Carolina coastal plain soils for alternative harvesting systems.
  • Chen, Zhao; Tao, Lin; Jianyue, Tiao; & Jianxiao, Ma. Application of geographic information systems in forest engineering.
  • Dahlman, Rick. Lake States and Central Canada Regional Report.
  • Donovan, Richard. Certification as a tool for monitoring sustainable forestry practices (abstract only).
  • Field, David; & Gingras, Jean-Francois. Northeast U.S. and Eastern Canada Regional Report.
  • Fridley, Jim. The History of Forest Engineering.
  • Gallemant, Christophe & Degron, Robin. Multi-purpose management and biodiversity: The experience of the Office National des Forets (France), forest planning of the Romersberg state-owned forest.
  • Garland, John J. State of the art in logger education: Emerging roles and responsibilities.
  • Gingras, Jean-Francois. The cost of product sorting during harvesting.
  • Huyler, Neil K. & LeDoux, Chris B. Cut-to-length harvesting on a small woodlot in New England: A case study.
  • Kay, Eric L. Achieving sustainable forests: A Canadian perspective.
  • Kestler, Maureen A.; Shoop, Sally A; Henry, Karen S.; & Stark, Jeffrey A. Rapid stabilization of thawing soils: A demonstration project.
  • Kosir, Bostjan. How to manage thinning with low damages of standing trees: Experience from the model.
  • Kre, Janez. A model of timber skidding predicting.
  • LeDoux, Chris B.; Gopalakrishnan, B.; & Mudiyanur, Sheshadri. Maximizing financial yields while meeting landowner objectives and ecosystem goals.
  • Londo, A.J.; Pappas, C.J.; Reed, D.D.; Aschbacher, R.; Chen, J.; Gale, M.R.; & Mroz, G.D. Designing regeneration systems for sustainable management of Lake States forested wetlands (abstract only).
  • McCoy, John. Commercial aspen thinning: Synthesizing harvesting systems and silviculture needs (abstract only).
  • McNeel, Joseph; Briggs, David; and Peterson, Brent. Damage to residual trees during partial harvests: Measurement, analysis, and implications.
  • Mikkonen, Esko. Quality-based wood procurement planning and industrial end-use of wood.
  • Murphy, Glen; Lane, David; & Cossens, Paul. Progress report on the development of an integrated value management system.
  • Nieuwenhuis, Maarten & Malone, Liam. Value maximization of forest stands through optimal inventory and cross-cutting methodologies.
  • Oborn, Ragnar M.R. A mixed-integer programming model for tactical forest operations planning.
  • Peterson, Don. Forest Industry Safety and Training Alliance (FISTA).
  • Pickens, James B. & Frayer, W.E. HW-BUCK: A computerized optimal bucking decision simulator for training hardwood log buckers to improve value recovery (abstract only).
  • Pilkerton, Stephen J. Quantifying residual stand damage in partial harvest operations.
  • Reisinger, Tom. South Regional Report.
  • Robak., Ted. Integrated Forest Management Systems (IFMS) designs for North American forest products companies.
  • Rummer, Bob. International standards for forest equipment.
  • Schiess, Peter; McNeel, Joseph; & Phillips, Bart. A new concept and approach to the introduction of mechanized silvicultural operations and equipment to rural, timber-based communities (abstract only).
  • Shaffer, Robert & Meade, Greg. Evaluation of harvest planning training (abstract only).
  • Shemwetta, Dunstan T.K. & Garland, John J. Timber harvest planning in the Pacific Northwest: Lessons for Tanzanian plantation forests.
  • Skutin, Sten-Gunnar. Business process improvement: The key to satisfied customers and cost reduction.
  • Starnes, Lawson. Inland West U.S. Regional Report.
  • Sturos, John A. & Thompson, Michael A. Cable yarding as a low-impact alternative on sensitive sites in the Lake States.
  • Sturos, Joseph B. & Mattson, James A. Mechanical delimbing of northern hardwoods: Results from laboratory tests (abstract only).
  • Thompson, Michael A.; Bjorheden, Rolf; & Rickards, Jeremy. Proposed international standard definitions for time consumption in the study of forest work.
  • Tullus, Hardi; Mander, Ulo; Lohmus, Krista; Keedus, Krista; and Uri, Veiko. Sustainable forest management in grey alder stands as energy and buffer forests in Estonia.
  • Varjo, Jari. Detecting manmade forest activities and natural disasters using Landsat TM satellite data: A method presented for controlling continuously updated forest information in Finland.
  • Wang, Jingxin & Greene, W. Dale. An interactive simulation of partial cutting operations of feller-bunchers.