Created by:  West Virginia University

  • Lawrence Osborn

    Taught by:  Lawrence Osborn, Research Associate

    Davis College Division of Forestry & Natural Resources

  • Jeffrey Slahor

    Taught by:  Jeffrey Slahor, Research Instructor

    Davis College Division of Forestry & Natural Resources
LevelBeginner
Language
English
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 of 22 ratings

Great course for intro to wood science.

In my opinion the course is very interesting. One reason is that it gives you insights into a topic which is not normally in the mainstream. Also it is strongly connected with social, economical and environmental themes. I would recommed the course to anybody interested in the world of wood production, use and the links to nowadays impacts on economics.

It is interesting, but I would like to go deeper into the wood industry, new products, new techniques of sylviculture.

Very curious and useful information. Looking forward for more languages!