Dumitru Salajanu

Forester/Remote sensing
4700 Old Kingston Pike
Knoxville, TN 37919
Phone: 865-862-2050
dsalajanu@fs.fed.us

Current Research

Spatial pattern, measure of aggregation and ecological diversity. A comparison among species diversity, similarity, species abundances, etc., in federal, state and private owned forests.

How species diversity is affected by the owner's goals to manage the forest for timber, wildlife or for both timber and wildlife,

Which species are promoted when the forest is managed only for timber production?

How diversity changes when the forest is managed only for wildlife (hunting clubs forests, wildlife refuges),

How diversity changes in private forests, etc.

Education

Ph.D. in Remote sensing of environment, GIS, Forest ecosystem dynamics, Forest hydrology and Watershed management, Forest ecology, Forest management, Applied linear statistical models, Water quality management, Natural resource measurements and analysis, etc., 1998
University of Michigan, School of Natural Resources and Environment
M.S. in Remote Sensing Aplication to Forestry, 1993
University of Michigan, School of Natural Resources and Environment, Ann Arbor, Michigan
B.E/M.E in Accounting, Marketing, Economics, Financing, International trade, Statistics, Labor economics, etc., 1983
" Babes-Bolyai" University of Cluj-Napoca (1983), Romania,
B.S/M.S. Forestry in Forest management, Silviculture, Forest entomology, Afforestation, Dendrology, Dendrometry, Pedology, Botany, Plant physiology, Physics, Biochemistry, Topography and photogrammetry, Forest roads and bridges, Technology of forest operations, etc., 1973
Transilvania University of Brasov (1973 University of Brasov), Romania,

Awards and Recognition

Spot Award, 2004
Exceptional service during production of National FIA Biomass and Forest Cover Maps, and Forest Health Risk Assessment map datasets (Forest Type/Type-Group).
Certificate of Merit Award, 1999
U.S.D.A. Forest Service Certificate of Merit Award, August 1999.
Donald M. Matthews Award, 1998
University of Michigan Outstanding Graduate Student in Forest Management (May, 1998).
R&D Affiliations
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