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Dr. Joseph Dahlen

Associate Professor, Wood Quality & Forest Products
Director, Wood Quality Consortium

Contact Information

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Phone:
706-583-0464

Campus address

Office:
Warnell 4-330
Education:
Ph.D. in Forest Resources - Forest Products, Mississippi State University
M.S. in Forest Products, Mississippi State University
B.S. in Wood and Paper Science - Production Management, University of Minnesota

Research

Research Areas Detail:

Wood and fiber quality

Linking wood anatomy with tree physiology and health

Mechanical and physical property testing of solid and engineered wood

Forest products manufacturing

 

Recent Citations:

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=6Fktn4YAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao

Schimleck L, Dahlen J, Yoon S-C, Lawrence KC, Jones PD. 2018. Prediction of Douglas-fir lumber properties:  comparison between a benchtop near-infrared spectrometer and hyperspectral imaging system. Applied Sciences. 8:2602.

Dahlen J, Auty D, Eberhardt TL. 2018. Models for predicting specific gravity and ring width for loblolly pine from intensively managed plantations, and implications for wood utilization. Forests. 9:292.

Schimleck L, Antony F, Dahlen J, Moore J. 2018. Wood and fiber quality of plantation-grown conifers: A summary of research with an emphasis on loblolly and radiata pine. Forests. 9:298.

Schimleck L, Antony F, Mora C, Dahlen J. 2018. Comparison of whole-tree wood property maps for 13- and 22-year-old loblolly pine. Forests. 9:287.

Nabavi M, Dahlen J, Montes C, Schimleck LR, Eberhardt TL.  2018. A regional calibration model for predicting loblolly pine tracheid length using near-infrared spectroscopy.  Wood Science and Technology.  52:445-463. 

Dahlen J, Montes C, Eberhardt TL, Auty D. 2018. Probability models that relate nondestructive test methods to lumber design values of plantation loblolly pine.  Forestry:  An International Journal of Forest Research.  91:295-306.

Dahlen J, Antony F, Schimleck LR, Daniels RF.  2018. Relationships between static mechanical properties and SilviScan measured wood properties in loblolly pine. Forest Products Journal.  68(1):37-42.    

Eberhardt TL, Dahlen J, Schimleck LR.  2017.  Species comparison of wood and bark properties of loblolly and slash pines.  Canadian Journal of Forest Research.  47(11):1495-1505.

Pattathil S, Ingwers MW, Aubrey DP, Li Z, Dahlen J.  2017.  A quantitative method for analyzing glycome profiles of plant cell walls.  Carbohydrate Research.  448:128-135. 

Wan H, Dahlen J, Sites L, Rowlen A, Miller G, McClendon B, Liu M, Liu X, Nicholas D.  2017.  Evaluation of the performance of composite wood decking bonded with phenol resorcinol formaldehyde and polyurethane adhesives after accelerated aging tests.  Forest Products Journal.  67(1/2):112-119.

Yang BZ, Seale D, Shmulsky R, Dahlen J, Wang X.  2017.  Comparison of nondestructive testing methods for evaluating No. 2 southern pine lumber:  Part B, modulus of rupture.  Wood and Fiber Science.  49(2):134-145.

Butler MA, Dahlen J, Eberhardt TL, Montes C, Antony F, Daniels RF.  2017.  Acoustic evaluation of loblolly pine tree- and lumber-length logs allows for segregation of lumber modulus of elasticity, not for modulus of rupture.  Annals of Forest Science.  74(1):20. 

Dahlen J, Diaz I, Schimleck L, Jones PD.  2017.  Near-infrared spectroscopy prediction of southern pine No. 2 lumber physical and mechanical properties.  Wood Science and Technology. 51:309-322.

Butler MA, Dahlen J, Eberhardt TL, Jin H, Love-Myers K, McTague JP, Antony F, Daniels RF.  2016.  The relationship between small clear specimens with dimension lumber tested in static bending for loblolly pine.  Wood and Fiber Science.  48(2):1-15.

Butler MA, Dahlen J, Daniels RF, Eberhardt TL, Antony F.  2016.  Bending strength and stiffness of loblolly pine lumber from intensively managed stands located on the Georgia Lower Coastal Plain.  European Journal of Wood and Wood Products. 74(1):91-100.

Yang BZ, Seale D, Shmulsky R, Dahlen J, Wang X.2015.Comparison of nondestructive testing methods for evaluating No. 2 southern pine lumber:Part A, modulus of elasticity.Wood and Fiber Science.47(4):375-384.

Dahlen J, Antony F, Li A, Love-Myers K, Schimleck L, Schilling EB.  2015.  Automated time-domain reflectometry signal analysis for prediction of loblolly pine and sweetgum moisture content.  BioResources.  10(3), 4947-4960.

Ledford D, McTague JP, Twaddle A, Rakestraw J, Dahlen J.2015.Impact of age and site index on lumber quality of intensively managed stands.Southern Regional Extension Forestry.http://www.sref.info/resources/publications/impact-of-age-and-site-index-on-lumber-quality-from-intensively-managed-stands

Dahlen J, Jones PD, Seale RD, Shmulsky R. 2014.  Bending strength and stiffness of wide dimension southern pine No. 2 lumber.  European Journal of Wood and Wood Products.  72(6):759-768.

Yang BZ, Seale D, Dahlen J, Shmulsky R, Jones D.  2014.  Bending properties of a novel engineered composite from southern pine lumber.  European Journal of Wood and Wood Products.  72:601-60

Dahlen J, Jones PD, Seale RD, Shmulsky R. 2014.  The effect of pith on stiffness and strength in southern pine No. 2 2x4 lumber.  Wood and Fiber Science.  46(2):186-194.

Antony F, Schimleck LR, Jordan L, Hornsby B, Dahlen J, Daniels RF, Clark III A, Apiolaza L, Huber D.2014.Growth and wood properties of genetically improved loblolly pine:propagation type comparison and genetic parameters.Canadian Journal of Forest Research.44(3):263-272.

Dahlen J, Jones PD, Seale RD, Shmulsky R.  2013.  Mill variation in bending strength and stiffness of in-grade southern pine No. 2 2x4 lumber.  Wood Science and Technology. 47(2013):1153-1165.

Dahlen J, Jones PD, Seale RD, Shmulsky R.  2013.  Mill variation in bending strength and stiffness of in-grade Douglas-fir No. 2 2x4 lumber.  Wood Science and Technology.  47(2013):1167-1176.

Dahlen J, Jones PD, Seale RD, Shmulsky R.  2012.  Bending strength and stiffness of in-grade Douglas-fir and southern pine No. 2 2x4 lumber.  Canadian Journal of Forest Research:  42:858-867.

Teaching:

FORS 4530/6530 - Wood Properties and Utilization

FORS 4650/6650 - Forestry Field Camp

FANR 1100 - Natural Resource Conservation