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Wood Utilization Options for Urban Trees Infested by Invasive Species Brashaw, Brian K.; Ross, Robert J.; Wang, Xiping; Wiemann, Michael C.
As Axes Fall, Local Economy Rises: 01-27-2016 Tom Owens
Lab Notes - FPL's online news feed
Employee Directory Lal, Raj (Information Technology Specialist (Data/Security/Web))
People & Places
Employee Directory Blankenburg, Julie J. (Supervisory Librarian)
From Working Woodlands to City Streets: 04-09-2014 James T. Spartz
Improving fire safety of forest products and wood-based structures to address our changing environmental and society needs for personal safety a 12-07-2012 Clausen, Carol A.
Research Projects (CRIS)
Making the Most of Beetle-Killed Trees Ross, Robert J.
Making the Most of Beetle-Killed Trees 06-11-2013 Rebecca Wallace
Practical Advice for Using Insect-Killed Trees 02-12-2013 Rebecca Wallace
Scientist Profile Clemons, Craig M. (Materials Research Engineer)
Scientist Profile Hunt, John F. (Research General Engineer)
Scientist Profile Stark, Nicole M. (Research Chemical Engineer)
Scientist Profile Agarwal, Umesh P. (Research Chemist)
Scientist Profile Zelinka, Samuel L. (Materials Research Engineer)
Scientist Profile Clausen, Carol A. (Supervisory Research Microbiologist)
Scientist Profile Lebow, Stan T. (Research Forest Products Technologist)
Scientist Profile Tang, Juliet (Research Forest Products Technologist)
Scientist Profile Bergman, Richard (Research Forest Products Technologist)
Woody Biomass Utilization - How does it apply? - Saltcedar and Juniper as Fillers in Wood'Plastic Composites
Research Emphasis Areas
Chinese tallow tree (Sapium sebiferum) utilization: characterization of extractives and cell-wall chemistry Eberhardt, Thomasl L.; Li, Xiaobo; Shupe, Todd F.; Hse, Chung Y.
Evaluation and process development of salt cedar and juniper biocomposites as tools to utilize exotic and invasive species and restore native ecosystems Winandy, Jerrold E.; Clemons, Craig M.; Stark, Nicole M.; Muehl, James H.; Williams, R. Sam
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Research Units, Laboratories and Administrative Support)
Improve forest management, increasing resource sustainability, increasing recycling, exploring new applications & transferring technologies. 03-15-2013 Cai, Zhiyong
Improving survivability and fire safety of forest products and wood-based structures while reducing the hazardous fuel load 12-09-2014 Clausen, Carol A.
Advancing sustainable forestry by using engineered wood or bio-composites Winandy, Jerrold E.
Mechanical and physical properties of composite panels manufactured from Chinese tallow tree furnish Shupe, Todd F.; Groom, Leslie H.; Eberhardt, Thomas L.; Rials, Timothy G.; Hse, Chung Y.; Pesacreta, Thomas
Opportunities for using bio-based fibers for value-added composites Cai, Zhiyong; Winandy, Jerrold E.
The Many Products from Trees 07-21-2014 Madelon Wise
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