Jerry Vanclay

  • D.Sc.For.
  • Professor
  • Southern Cross University
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Research Interests

Forest growth and yield modelling; Inventory and yield prediction; Inter- and intra-specific competition; Mixed species plantations

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About

Jerry is Professor of Sustainable Forestry, and Head of the School of Environment, Science and Engineering at Southern Cross University. Before joining SCU, he was Principal Scientist with the Center for International Forestry Research, and Professor of Tropical Forestry at the Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Jerry received a higher doctorate (D.Sc.For.) from the University of Queensland in 1992, received the Queen's Award for Forestry in 1997, and the IUFRO Scientific Achievement Award in 2010.

Jerry leads SCU's research in forest management and teaches the undergraduate unit FOR00109 Forest Modelling and Management. His research interests focus on information systems for forest and land use management.

Publications

An integrated assessment approach to optimal forest bioenergy production for young Scots pine stands

Cao T, Hyytiäinen K, Hurttala H, Valsta L, Vanclay J

Forest Ecosystems (2015)

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Assessing size–class dynamics of a neotropical gallery forest with stationary models.

Roitman I, Vanclay J

Ecological Modelling (2015)

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Planning horizons and end conditions for sustained yield studies in continuous cover forests.

Vanclay J

Ecological Indicators (2015)

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The Future of Work: Pivotal Decisions for Society

Vanclay J

Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New South Wales (2015)

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What is the available evidence concerning relative performance of different designs of mixed-species plantings for smallholder and community forestry in the tropics? A systematic map protocol

Nguyen H, Herbohn J, Clendenning J, Lamb D, Dressler W, Vanclay J, Firn J

Environmental Evidence (2015)

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Professional experience

Professor

Southern Cross University

April 1999 - Present

Principal Scientist

Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)

February 1995 - March 1999 (4 years 1 month)

Education history

University of Oxford

M.Sc. (Forestry)

Present

University of Queensland

D.Sc.For.

June 1990 - June 1992 (2 years)