Associate Professor of Integrated Natural Resource; Undergraduate Program Director, Forestry
- Office: FOR 201B
- Phone: 406-243-5542
- Email: email@example.com
I maintain an open-door policy.
BS Forest Resource Management, University of Idaho, 1997
MS Forest Engineering, Oregon State University, 1999
Thesis title: “Hungry Bob harvest production study: mechanical thinning for fuel reduction in the Blue Mountains of northeast Oregon”
MBA, Oregon State University, 2002
PhD, Forest Engineering, Oregon State University, 2004
Dissertation title: “Setting Forest Road Maintenance and Upgrade Priorities Based on Environmental Effects and Expert Judgment”
- FORS 341 Timber Harvesting and Forest Roads (spring)
- FORS 434 Advanced Forest Roads (fall)
- FORS 435 Advanced Timber Harvestin (fall)
- FOR 440 Forest Stand Management (fall)
- FOR 481 Forest Planning (spring)
- Harvest, pre-processing, and transportation of woody biomass
- Opeational forest planning for multiple goals
- Implementation of forest restoration treatments
- Forest road design, construction, maintenance, and management considering both environmental and economic impacts
- Dodson, E.M., W. Chung, K. Mills, R. Nall, J. Sessions, G. Zartman. 2007. Transportation planning to determine low volume road standards, long term needs, and environmental risks and tradeoffs. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 1989, Vol. 1, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C., 2007, pp. 11-19.
- Dodson, E.M, T. Deboodt, and G. Hudspeth. 2006. Production and Cost Estimates for Two Western Juniper Extraction Systems. Western Journal of Applied Forestry 21(4):185-194.
- Coulter, E.D.*, J. Sessions., M. Wing. 2006. Scheduling Road Maintenance Using the Analytic Hierarchy Process and Heuristics. Silva Fennica. 40(1):143-160.
- Coulter, E.D.*, J. Coakley, J. Sessions. 2006. The Analytic Hierarchy Process: A Tutorial for Use in Prioritizing Forest Road Investments to Minimize Environmental Effects. International Journal of Forest Engineering 17(2):51-69.
- Dodson, E.M., M.E. Patterson. 2006. Rethinking Educational Models for Natural Resource Students. In: Proceedings of the 29th Meeting of the Council on Forest Engineering, July 30-August 2, 2006, Coeur D’Alene, Idaho.
- Coulter, E.D.*, D. Young, D. Lysne, and T. Edwards. 2005. Developing and Communicating Road Management Alternatives. In: Proceedings of the 28th Meeting of the Council on Forest Engineering, July 11-14, 2005, Fortuna, California.
*Published under the name Elizabeth Dodson Coulter
Recent Graduate Students:
- Christine Paulu. May 2007. Forest habitat improvement planning on the Blackfoot-Clearwater Wildlife Management Area: A case study in multiple-criteria decision-analysis. MS Thesis.
- Matt Shaffer. May 2007.A review of appeals and litigation over timber sales between 1999 and 2008 on the Lolo National Forest. MS Professional Paper.