Graduates at the School of Forestry will become managers and leaders of forestry and other natural-resource enterprises. To produce the highest calibre graduates, excellent and innovative research underpins all academic teaching programmes.
Research is carried out within four clusters. Academic staff collaborate with each other, and with other research providers, across these clusters:
- Sustainable Land Management
- Forest Engineering
- Understanding Reduced Forest Variability
- Forestry as a Business
Please visit our staff individual web pages for further information on research programmes, staff contact details and so on.
- Postgraduate Profiles
- Postgraduate Research Opportunities
- List of PhD and Masters Theses, Masters Report and MSc(Envr) Theses (pdf, 222 KB) (updated 24 Sep 12)
- Abstracts of PhD and Masters Theses, Masters Report and MSc(Envr) Theses 2006 to present (pdf, 483 KB) (updated 24 Sep 2012)
- Bachelor of Forestry Science Dissertation Titles 1971 - present (pdf, 331 KB)
- Abstracts of Bachelor of Forestry Science Dissertations 2006 to present (pdf, 318 KB)
- School of Forestry Theses, Reports & Dissertations 1971 - present (pdf, 414 KB) (an alphabetical listing of all student research work presented in partial requirement for completion of a programme of study) (updated 24 Sep 12)
- Research 2003-2006 (pdf, 1MB)
- 2001-2002 (pdf, 123KB)