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Researcher: Balasso, M (Miss Michelle Balasso)

Fields of Research

Wood processing
Forestry product quality assessment
Forestry management and environment
Forestry biomass and bioproducts

Research Objectives

Hardwood plantations
Timber materials
Terrestrial biodiversity
Wood, wood products and paper
Learner and learning
Wood products

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Alignment of resources for higher quality production: change and challenges in alternative uses of fibre-grown E. nitens plantations; 12th Graduate Research Conference of University of Tasmania
Alternative uses of Eucalyptus fibre-grown Plantations; InnoRenew CoE 1st International Conference Timber A healthy future for sustainable buildings
Characterisation of wood quality of Eucalyptus nitens plantations and predictive models of density and stiffness with site and tree characteristics; Forest Ecology and Management
Development of non-destructive-testing based selection and grading strategies for plantation Eucalyptus nitens sawn boards; Forests
Ecological requirements of the three-toed woodpecker (Picoides tridactylus L.) in boreal forests of northern Sweden
Evaluation of non-destructive techniques and visual assessments of grade fibre-grown Eucalyptus logs for structural products; 21st International Non-destructive Testing and Evaluation of Wood Symposium
From the forest to products: how segregation systems will allow the characterisation of fibre-grown plantations for higher value production; 61st International Convention of Society of Wood Science and Technology and Japan Wood Research Society
From the forest to products: how segregation systems will allow the characterisation of fibre-grown plantations for higher value production; 2018 Society of Wood Science and Technology/Japan Wood Research Society International Convention
Multi-disciplinary optimisation of nail-laminated timber-concrete composite panels constructed of fibre-managed plantation eucalypt; 61st International Convention of Society of Wood Science and Technology and Japan Wood Research Society
Our daily wood; Forest Education Foundation's Conference
Use of non-destructive techniques to optimise the production of structural products from Eucalyptus plantations grown for fibre; XXV IUFRO World Congress
Wood properties characterisation of thermo-hydro mechanical treated plantation and native tasmanian timber species; Forests

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision