Our mission: To define and apply chemistry, materials science, forest management, and engineering principles to the characterization and utilization of southern forest resources for maximum societal benefits with minimal environmental consequences.
The Utilization of Southern Forest Resources research work unit (SRS-RWU-4704) is part of the Forest Restoration and Management science area of the Southern Research Station. We are headquarted in Auburn, AL. Learn more about our research →
- Wood-decay type and fungal guild dominance across a North American log transplant experiment
Maillard, François; Jusino, Michelle A.; Andrews, Erin; Moran, Molly; Vaziri, Grace J.; Banik, Mark T.; Fanin, Nicolas; Trettin, Carl C.; Lindner, Daniel L.; Schilling, Jonathan S.
- An investigaton of wood pallets landfilled and recovered at US municipal solid waste facilities
Shiner, Z.; Horvath, L.; Araman, P.; Gething, B.
- Investigation into the Pyrolysis Bond Dissociation Enthalpies (BDEs) of a Model Lignin Oligomer Using Density Functional Theory (DFT)
Houston, Ross W.; Elder, Thomas J.; Abdoulmoumine, Nourredine H.
- Density functional theory study on the coupling and reactions of diferuloylputrescine as a lignin monomer
Elder, Thomas; del Río, José C.; Ralph, John; Rencoret, Jorge; Kim, Hoon.
- Treetop: A shiny‐based application and R package for extracting forest information from LiDAR data for ecologists and conservationists
Silva, Carlos Alberto; Hudak, Andrew T.; Vierling, Lee A.; Valbuena, Ruben; Cardil, Adrian; Mohan, Midhun; de Almeida, Danilo Roberti Alves; Broadbent, Eben N.; Almeyda Zambrano, Angelica M.; Wilkinson, Ben; Sharma, Ajay; Drake, Jason B.; Medley, Paul B.; Vogel, Jason G.; Prata, Gabriel Atticciati; Atkins, Jeff W.; Hamamura, Caio; Jonson, Daniel J.; Klauberg, Carine.