Dr. John A. Kershaw, Jr. CF, RPF, Forest Mensurationist

“The really great forester combines technical knowledge with idealism; even though he may be mistaken in detail, he must be enough of a thinker to fathom the national needs of the future.” – Theodore S. Woolsey, Jr. (Riding the Chuck Line)

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Graduate Research Assistantship Available

7 May 2009

Funding is available for a highly motivated student to work on a cutting edge forest mensuration project  combining digital photography with laser technology. The system has the capability to implement angle count sampling (prism sampling) and measure upper stem diameters. Student projects include: system development and calibration; double sampling applications, and ratio sampling applications. Interested […]

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Graduate Research Assistantships Available

9 November 2007

Two or three MSc or PhD research assistantships are currently available in growth and yield modeling. The preferred start date is January 2008, however I am willing to wait for highly qualified students and would consider a May 2008 or September 2008 start date. Students will be working as part of a larger project to […]

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