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Dr. Joe Dahlen

Associate Professor - Wood and Fiber Quality
Education:
  • PhD. Forest Resources. Mississippi State University.
  • M.S. Forest Products. Mississippi State University.
  • B.S. Wood and Paper Science. University of Minnesota.
Selected Publications:

 

Dahlen J, Auty D, Lowell E. 2021. Modeling specific gravity and diameter inside bark of western hemlock and Sitka spruce growing in southeast Alaska. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 51:1707-1717.

Schimleck LR, Dahlen J, Mora C Antony F. 2021. Mapping variation in handsheet properties within loblolly pine trees. Nordic Pulp & Paper Research Journal. 36:3.

Blazier M, Hennessey T, Schimleck LR, Abbey S, Holbrook R, Dahlen J. Long-term effects of stand density management and genotype on wood properties of loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) in the mid-South USA. 2021. Forest Ecology and Management. 491:119176.

Schimleck LR, Antony F, Mora C, Dahlen J. 2021. Mapping and modeling within-tree variation in loblolly pine pulp yield and lignin content. SN Applied Sciences. 3(4):1-14.

Vaughan D, Auty D, Kolb T, Dahlen J, Sánchez Meador AJ, Mackes KH. 2021. Wood density variation in naturally regenerated stands of Pinus ponderosa in northern Arizona, USA. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 51(4):583-594.

Vaughan D, Auty D, Dahlen J, Sánchez Meador AJ, Mackes KH. 2021. Modeling variation in wood stiffness of Pinus ponderosa using static bending and acoustic measurements. Forestry. 94(2):232-243.

Dahlen J, Nabavi M, Auty D, Schimleck LR, Eberhardt TL. 2021. Models for predicting the within-tree and regional variation of tracheid length and width for plantation loblolly pine. Forestry. 94(1):127-140.

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Teaching:

FORS 4530/6530 - Wood Properties and Utilization

FORS 4650/6650 - Forestry Field Camp

FANR 1100 - Natural Resource Conservation

 

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