Rien Visser

ProfessorRien Visser

School of Forestry Rm145
Internal Phone: 95962

Qualifications

Research Interests

As above

Recent Publications

  • Brown K. and Visser R. (2019) Erosion sources and sediment pathways to streams associated with forest harvesting activities in New Zealand. USDA Forest Service - General Technical Report Southern Research Station.
  • Kühmaier M., Harrill H., Ghaffariyan MR., Hofer M., Stampfer K., Brown M. and Visser R. (2019) Using Conjoint Analyses to Improve Cable Yarder Design Characteristics: An Austrian Yarder Case Study to Advance Cost-Effective Extraction. Forests 10(2) http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/f10020165.
  • Spinelli R., Visser R., Björheden R. and Röser D. (2019) Recovering Energy Biomass in Conventional Forest Operations: a Review of Integrated Harvesting Systems. Current Forestry Reports 5(2): 90-100. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s40725-019-00089-0.
  • Marchi E., Chung W., Visser R., Abbas D., Nordfjell T., Mederski PS., McEwan A., Brink M. and Laschi A. (2018) Sustainable Forest Operations (SFO): A new paradigm in a changing world and climate.. Science of the Total Environment 634: 1385-1397. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.04.084.
  • Obi OF. and Visser R. (2018) Including exogenous factors in the evaluation of harvesting crew technical efficiency using a multi-step data envelopment analysis procedure. Croatian Journal of Forest Engineering 39(2): 153-162.