|Professor Jerry Vanclay|
BSc(For)(Hons)(ANU), DipCompSc(UQ), MSc(Oxford), BA(UQ), DScFor(UQ)
|Current Appointment:||Head, School of Environment, Science and Engineering|
|Organisational Unit:||School of Environment, Sci & Engineering - Lismore|
|Telephone:||02 6620 3147|
|Facsimile:||02 6621 2669|
Jerry is Director of the Forest Research Centre, and Head of the School of Environment, Science and Engineering. Before joining SCU, he was Principal Scientist with the Center for International Forestry Research, and Professor of Tropical Forestry at the Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University in Copenhagen, Denmark. Jerry received a higher doctorate (D.Sc.For.) from the University of Queensland in 1992, received the Queen's Award for Forestry in 1997, and the IUFRO Scientific Achievement Award in 2010. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of NSW.
Jerry leads a team of researchers dealing with forest management and teaches the undergraduate unit FOR00109 Forest Modelling and Management.
Jerry has written over 350 publications, with more than 150 in refereed journals. His most recent book is Forest Growth and Yield Modeling. He also co-authored Realizing Community Futures, a guide to the use of participatory modelling for better environmental outcomes. Recent research includes mixed species plantings, competition indices,and participatory modelling.
His former PhD students include
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