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Timothy M. (Tim) Young
Professor
Process analytics

 

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Forestry Audit 
Tennessee's forests grow some of the best timber in the country. UT Extension researchers say when landowners properly manage their forests, there's a real environmental and economic benefit.


 

Recent Publications

The carbon impacts of wood products.  Bergman, R., M. Puettmann, A. M. Taylor, and K. E. Skog.  2014.  Forest Products Journal, 64(7/8):220-231 (Feature article).

The Dynamics of High-Grading;Production of High-Quality Hardwood Products or How to Grow High-Quality Grade Trees; The Top Ten Family Forest Issues for 2013; What's Wrong with My White Pine; Tree Tolerance; Needle Cast in White Pine.  Clatterbuck, W. K.  2013.  FWF Monthly Update Articles, FWF Monthly Update Articles.

EPD - Environmental Product Declaration for Wood Products.  Bergman, R., and A. M. Taylor.  2011.  Forest Products Journal. 61(3):192-201.

A resolution to express support for wood products sourced from Tennessee's forests.  Taylor, A. M.  2011.  Resolution passed by the Tennessee legislature. Taylor was draft author.

Carbon impacts of wood products.  Taylor, A. M.  2011.  FWF Update Newsletter, June.

Characterizing the Importance Of Carbon Stored In Wood Products.  Lippke, B., J. Wilson, J. Meil, and A. M. Taylor.  2010.  Wood and Fiber Science. 42 CORRIM Special Issue 5-14.

US wood products legal for export.  Taylor, A. M.  2010.  FWF Update Newsletter.

Essays on Economics of Sustainable Forest Management.  Koonnnathamdee, Pracha  2009. 

Wood Products Can Save Trees.  Taylor, A. M.  2008.  FWF Update Newsletter.