Hann, David

Position Type: 
Faculty
Job Title: 
Professor
Department: 
Forest Engineering, Resources & Management
Office Location: 

Peavy Forest Science Center (PFSC)

Research Interests: 
  • Forest Modeling
Bio: 
Current porgrans include: development of growth and yield information for major PNW tree species; generation of an animating interface for growth and yield models; development of sampling methodologies ORegon Growth ANalysis and ProjectiON; also known as: ORGANON The Visible Forest: Computer generated visualization of within stand structure of the forest from field data or growth model projections. or characterizing complex forest stands
Selected Publications: 
  1. Weiskittel, A.R., D.W. Hann, J.A. Kershaw Jr., and J.K. Vanclay. 2011. Forest Growth and Yield Modeling. John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, NJ. 340p.
  2. Canavan, S.J. and D.W. Hann. 2004. The two stage method for measurement error characterization. Forest Science 50: 743-756.
  3. Hann, D.W. and M.L. Hanus. 2004. Evaluation of nonspatial approaches and equation forms used to predict tree crown recession. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 34: 1993-2003.
  4. Marshall, D.D., G.P. Johnson and D.W. Hann. 2003. Crown profile equations for stand grown western hemlock in northwestern Oregon. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 33: 2059-2066.
  5. Hann, D.W. D.D. Marshall and M.L. Hanus. 2003. Equations for predicting height to crown base, five year diameter growth rate, five year height growth rate, five year mortality rate and maximum size density trajectory for Douglas fir and western hemlock in the coastal region of the Pacific Northwest. Forest Research Lab., Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon. Research Contribution 40. 83p.
  6. Hann, D.W. and M.L. Hanus. 2002. Enhanced diameter-growth-rate equations for undamaged and damaged trees in southwest Oregon. Forest Research Lab., Oregon State Unviersity, Corvallis, Oregon. Research Contribution #39. 54p.
  7. Hann, D.W. and M.L. Hanus. 2002. Enhanced height-growth-rate equations for undamaged and damaged trees in southwest Oregon. Forest Research Lab., Oregon State Unviersity, Corvallis, Oregon. Research Contribution #41. 38p.
  8. Hann, D. W. 2001. Comment-stability and density management in Douglas-fir plantations. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 31: 367-368.
  9. Hann, D. W. and M. L. Hanus. 2001. Enhanced mortality equations for trees in the mixed conifer zone of southwest Oregon. Forest Research Lab, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon. Research Contribution 34. 34p
  10. Bravo, F., D. W. Hann, and D. A. Maguire. 2001. Impact of competitor species composition on predicting diameter growth and survival rates of Douglas-fir trees in Southwest Oregon. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 31: 2237-2247.
  11. Hanus, M.L., D.W. Hann, and D.D. Marshall. 2000. Predicting height to crown base for undamaged and damaged trees in southwest Oregon. Forest Research Lab., Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon. Research Contribution 29. 35p.