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Personnel

Neelam Chandra Poudyal
Associate Professor
Natural Resource Policy and Human Dimensions

 

News

Fire at the Forest Resources AgResearch and Education Center, 1/11/2017

Video


(2 mentions)

Shackelford Orchard 
Majestic oaks stand proudly next to towering pines. Stunning beauty in a peaceful setting - but what’s going on in this still forest is a decades-long research project.



(1 mention)

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.



(1 mention)

Pond Management 
UT Extension helps landowners build and maintain ponds as a source of water, and as habitat for fish, water fowl, and other animals.



(1 mention)

Biofuel 
A recent report says the U.S. could produce a billion tons of biofuel materials each year, without impacting food supplies. We are working on ways to produce biomass and alternative fuels.



(1 mention)

Forest Research 
UT's Institute of Agriculture has research projects statewide to help landowners better manage their timber.


 

Recent Publications

Guide to Caves and Sinkholes in Tennessee, an Overview.  Drumm, E. C.  2018.  Extension web publication, Guide to Caves and Sinkholes in Tennessee, edited by Eric C. Drumm, a series of web Extension publications related to caves and karst in Tennessee. [Abstract]

Understanding landowners’ interest and willingness to participate in forest certification program in China Tian, N., N. C. Poudyal, and F. Lu.  2018.  Land Use Policy, 71: 271-280.

Assessing landowners' attitudes toward wild hogs and support for control options Caplenor, C. A., N. C. Poudyal, L. I. Muller, and C. Yoest.  2017.  Journal of Environmental Management, 201: 45-51.

A quick guide for landowners managing old-fields for wildlife.  Harper, C. A.  2017.  UT Extension, PB 1855.

Estimating the Supply of Ecosystem Services from Small-Scale Forests: Challenges and Opportunities.  Japelj, A., and D. G. Hodges.  2017.  Interconnecting Forests, Science and People, p. 533, In: Book of Abstracts from 125th Anniversary Meeting of the International Union of Forest Research Organizations, Freiburg, Germany. [Abstract]

Advancing the Valuation and Measurement of Forest Ecosystem Services: Future Research/Management Directions.  Japelj, A., N. C. Poudyal, M. Bosch, and D. G. Hodges.  2017.  Interconnecting Forests, Science and People, p. 79, In: Book of Abstracts from 125th Anniversary Meeting of the International Union of Forest Research Organizations, Freiburg, Germany. [Abstract]

A hedonic analysis of big game hunting club dues in Georgia, USA Mingie, J. C., N. C. Poudyal, J. M. Bowker, M. T. Mengak, and J. P. Siry.  2017.  Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 22(2): 110-125. [Abstract]

Common influences on the success of habitat conservation planning under the Endangered Species Act Rodgers, K., A. S. Willcox, and E. V. Willcox.  2017.  Human Dimensions of Wildlife. [Abstract]

Three essays in forest resources management: Landowners' considerations in ecosystem services, forest certification, and timber supply.  Tian, N.  2017.  Ph.D. Dissertation.

Assessing Tennessee landowners' attitudes toward wild hogs and support for control options.  Caplenor, C. A.  2016.  M.S. Thesis. [Abstract]

Water for Agriculture: How Will Climate Change Affect Tennessee? Walker, F. R.  2016.  Proceedings of 25th Tennessee Annual AWRA Meeting, Montgomery Bell State, Park, Burns TN. April 13,, 25th Tennessee Annual AWRA Meeting, Montgomery Bell State, Park, Burns TN. April 13, 2016. [Abstract]

More Floods and Droughts: University of Tennessee Extension Approaches to Adapting to Climate Change in Tennessee Walker, F. R.  2016.  Proceedings of 25th Tennessee Annual AWRA Meeting, Montgomery Bell State, Park, Burns TN. April 13,. [Abstract]