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Students

Undergraduate thesis supervision (total 22)

1996: Claudio Cabezas, Andres Lavanderos, Eduardo Hernández, Dante Corti. 1997: Patricio Barría. 2004: Felipe Durán, Roberto Martínez, Carlos Torres, Daniel Uteau. 2005: Raúl Bertín, Karla Locher. 2006: Marco Flores. 2007: Carlos Büchner, María José González. 2008: María Paz Hernández, Andrea Ríos, Luis Ibarra. 2009: Mario Caracciolo, Silvia Rodríguez. 2010: Aldo Farías, J. A. González, A. Ciampi.

Graduate thesis supervision

Current (4 Ph.D. students)

  • Bastienne Schlegel, Ph.D. candidate in Forest Science, Universidad Austral de Chile. Expected graduation date: September 2011.
  • Carlos Esse, Ph.D. student in Forest Science, Universidad Austral de Chile. Expected graduation date: September 2012.
  • Jan Bannister, Ph.D. student Natural Resources, University of Freiburg, Germany. Co-advisor with Prof. Jürgen Bauhus. Expected graduation date: September 2012.
  • Katja Seis, Ph.D. student in Natural Resources, University of Freiburg, Germany. Co-advisor with Prof. Albert Reif. Expected graduation date 2013.

Past (2 Ph.D. and 2 M.Sc. students)

  • Scot Sink, Ph.D. in Forestry. North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA . Thesis “Managing for old growth conditions in second growth temperate rainforests of south-central Chile”. Graduation date: May 2009. Current position Assistant Professor at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, California, USA.
  • Michelle Moorman, Ph.D. in Forestry. North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA . Thesis “Collaborative watershed and forest conservation: A case study of the Llancahue watershed, Chile”. Graduation date: September 2010. Current position USGS Water Resources Discipline, Raleigh, NC, USA.
  • Carla Meléndez. M.Sc. thesis “Analysis of social factors and of the silvicultural potential for community forest Management in the Wampusirpe community, Río Plátano Biosphere Reserve, Honduras”. Graduation date: September 2003. Current position
  • René Reyes. M.Sc. Forest Resources, Universidad Austral de Chile Thesis “Sustainability thresholds for rural communities in forest regions”. Graduation date: September 2004. Current position Ph.D. student, Faculty of Forestry, University of British Columbia.

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