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Contact Dr. Alexander Bucksch
An increasing human population faces the growing demand for agricultural products and accurate global climate models that account for individual plant morphologies to sustain human life. Both demands are ultimately rooted in an improved understanding of the mechanistic origins of plant development and their resulting phenotypes. Such understanding requires geometric and topological descriptors to characterize plant phenotypes and to link phenotypes to genotypes.
Contact Tripp "Roger" Lowe
Contact Dr. Cristian Montes
Forest Engineer with more than 20 years experience working with the Industry in South America, leading research groups in Forest Silviculture, Management, Modeling and Tree Breeding. My research focus is in developing practical tools to improve the value of forest plantations and the explicit uncertainty utilization into forestry decisions. My work is mostly through the Plantation Management Research Cooperative, the Wood Quality Consorptium, the Forest Health Cooperative and the Langdale Center of Forest Bussiness.