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Prof. Donald G. Hodges

Department of Forestry, Wildlife and Fisheries

University of Tennessee, USA

Professor

 

Email: dhodges2@utk.edu

 

Qualifications

1988  Ph.D., University of Georgia, USA

1985  M.S., University of Georgia, USA

1982  B.S., University of Tennessee,USA

 

Publications (Selected)

  1. Kaetzel, Brandon, Donald G. Hodges, David Houston, and J. Mark Fly. 2009. Predicting the probability of landowner participation in conservation assistance programs: a case study of the northern Cumberland Plateau of Tennessee.Southern Journal of Applied Forestry33(1): 5-8.
  2. Poudyal, NeelamC.,Donald G. Hodges, and Christopher D. Merrett. 2009. A hedonic analysis of demand and benefit from urban recreation parks. Land Use Policy26: 975–983.
  3. Dale, Virginia H.,Karen O. Lannom, M. Lynn Tharp,Donald G. Hodges,and Jonah Fogel. 2009. Effects of climate change, land-use change, and invasive species on the ecology and tourism of the Cumberland Forests. Canadian Journal of Forest Research39:467-480.
  4. Poudyal, NeelamC.,Donald G. Hodges, Bruce Tonn, and Seong-Hoon Cho. 2009. Valuing the diversity, spatial pattern and configuration of open spaces in urban neighborhoods.Forest Policy and Economics11: 194-201.
  5. Poudyal, Neelam C. and Donald G. Hodges. 2009. Factors influencing landowner interest in managing wildlife and avian habitat on private forestland. Human Dimensions of Wildlife14(5): 240-250.
  6. Poudyal, Neelam C., and Donald G. Hodges. 2009. Property taxation and rural land values: their effect on private forestland ownership structure in Texas. Land Use Policy.  26: 1100–1105.
  7. Poudyal, Neelam C., and Donald G. Hodges. 2009. Evaluating natural resource amenities in human life expectancy production function. Forest Policy and Economics11: 253-259.
  8. Poudyal, Neelam C., Donald G. Hodges, John Fenderson, and Ward Tarkington. 2010.Realizing the economic value of a forested landscape in a viewshed: An assessment of the Scottsboro-Bells Bend forest area near Nashville, Tennessee Southern Journal of Applied Forestry34(2): 72-28.
  9. Dale, Virginia H.,M. Lynn Tharp,Karen O. Lannom, and Donald G. Hodges. 2010.Modeling transient response of forests to climate change. Science of the Total Environment408(8): 1888-1901.
  10. Kaetzel, Brandon R., J. Mark Fly, and Donald G. Hodges. 2010. Non-industrial private forest landowner use of information sources concerning management of their woodland on the Tennessee Northern Cumberland Plateau. Journal of Extension[On-line] 48(4). (http://www.joe.org/joe/2010august/rb4.php).
  11. Kaetzel, Brandon R., Donald G. Hodges, and J. Mark Fly. 2011. Landowner motivations for owning woodland on the Tennessee Northern Cumberland Plateau. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry35(1): 39-43(5).
  12. Guo, Zhimei, Donald G. Hodges, and Robert C. Abt. 2011. Forest biomass supply for bioenergy production and its impacts on roundwood markets in Tennessee.Southern Journal of Applied Forestry35(2):80-86.
  13. PezdevšekMalovrh, Špela,Bruno Marić, Donald G. Hodges, andMersudin Avdibegović. 2011. Private forest owner expectations of interest associations: comparative analysis between Slovenia and Bosnia-Herzegovina. Šumarski list11–12, CXXXV (2011): 557-566.
  14. Hodges, Donald G., Andrew J. Hartsell, Consuelo Brandeis, Thomas J. Brandeis, andJames W. Bentley. 2012. Recession effects on the forests and forest products industries of the South. Forest Products Journal61(8): 614-624.
  15. Woodall, Christopher W., Peter J. Ince, Kenneth E. Skog, Francisco X. Aguilar, CharlesE. Keegan, Colin Sorenson, Donald G. Hodges, and W. Brad Smith. 2012. An overview of the forest products sector downturn in the United States. Forest Products Journal61(8):595-603.
  16. Hodges, Donald G., and Neelam C. Poudyal. 2008. Ecosystem service provision on the Cumberland Plateau, USA: landowner motivation and alternative incentive mechanisms In: International Symposium on Emerging Needs of Society from Forest Ecosystems: Towards the Opportunities and Dilemmas in Forest Managerial Economics and Accounting,Proceedings of International Symposium organized by IUFRO Group 4.05.00,L. Zadnik Stirn, editor. University of Ljubljana, Biotechnical Faculty, Department of Forestry and Renewable Natural Resources. pp. 17-25.
  17. Poudyal, C. Neelam, Donald G. Hodges, and Christopher D. Merret. 2008. Estimating the demand for urban forest parks: A market segmentation approach. In: Proceedings, International Symposium on Emerging Needs of Society from Forest Ecosystems: Towards the Opportunities and Dilemmas in Forest Managerial Economics and Accounting,Proceedings of International Symposium organizedby IUFRO Group 4.05.00,L. Zadnik Stirn, editor. University of Ljubljana, Biotechnical Faculty, Department of Forestry and Renewable Natural Resources. pp. 47-51.
  18. Hodges, Donald G., and Pracha Koonnathamdee. 2009. Sustainable forest management in southeast Asian tropical forests: assessing the role of decentralized authority and community forestry. In: Proceedings, FORTROP II: An International Conference onTropical Forestry Change in a Changing World, S. Diloksumpun and L. Puangchit, editors. Kasetsart University Faculty of Forestry, Bangkok, Thailand. Volume 9, pp. 79 - 95.
  19. Hodges, Donald G, Cynthia L. Longmire, and Neelam C. Poudyal. 2010. Policy alternatives for cross boundary cooperation by private forest landowners for ecosystem services. In, Proceedings:Small Scale Forestry in a Changing World: Opportunities and Challenges and the Role of Extension and Technology Transfer, M. Medved, ed. International Union of Forestry Research Organizations, Sections 3.09 and 6.06. Slovenia Forestry Institute, Slovenia Forest Service, Ljubljana. pp. 266 - 281.
  20. Guo, Zhimei, Donald G. Hodges, and Robert C. Abt. 2010. Supply for bioenergy production in Tennessee. In: Proceedings of the 2009Southern ForestEconomics Workers Annual Meeting, Chapel Hill, NC., C. Zinkhan, ed.  pp. 118-128.
  21. Hoyt, Kevin P., and Donald G. Hodges. 2010. Modeling NIPF landowner behavior: developing “a willingness to sell timber” in the future model. In: Proceedings of the 2009Southern Forest Economics Workers Annual Meeting, Chapel Hill, NC., C. Zinkhan, ed. pp. 48-57.
  22. Hodges, Donald G., Donald L. Grebner, Robert K. Grala, and Prakash Nepal.  2011.Forest carbon and management impacts on optimal rotation ages for loblolly pine in the southern U.S. In: Proceedings,International Symposium onWhat Could Managerial Economics and Accounting Tell Us on How to Both Harvest and Preserve Forests More or Better?Proceedings of International Symposium organizedby IUFRO Group 4.05.00,J-L Peyron, editor.
  23. Regens, James L. Donald G. Hodges, Patrick L. Wilkey, Linda Kelley, Anthony Q.Armstrong, R. Eric Zimmerman, Timothy A. Hall, and Eugene A. Hughes. 1999. An Integrated Framework for Environmental Technology Evaluation. Medical University of South Carolina Press, Charleston. 169 p. + appendices.
  24. Hodges, Donald G., Jonah Fogel, Virginia H. Dale, Karen O. Lannom and M. Lynn Tharp. 2010. Economic effects of projected climate change on outdoor recreation in Tennessee. In: Global Change and Forestry: Economic and Policy Impacts and Responses,J. Gan, S. Grado, and I.A. Munn,editors. Nova Science Publishers, Inc., Hauppauge NY. pp.17-32.
  25. Poudyal, Neelam C., Seong-Hoon Cho, Jeffery D. Strickland and Donald G. Hodges. 2010. An analysis of forestland change on the northern Cumberland Plateau: bridging the broad units and fine units datasets in a landuse model. In: Global Change and Forestry: Economic and Policy Impacts and Responses,J. Gan, S. Grado, and I.A. Munn,editors. Nova Science Publishers, Inc., Hauppauge NY. pp.63-76.