Dr. Don Rockwood, Emeritus Professor
PO Box 110410
Gainesville, FL 32611-0410
Cell (352) 256.3474
Donald Rockwood, Professor, joined the School faculty in 1974 to teach mensuration and conduct forest genetics research. Previously, he was a Forester with F & W Forestry Services and a Post-Doctoral Associate. Research foci include tree improvement of eucalyptus and cottonwood, development of systems for short-rotation woody crops, and phytoremediation.
PhD, North Carolina State University, 1972
MS, University of Illinois, 1968
BS, University of Illinois, 1966
Tree improvement, woody biomass production, growth and yield
Consultancy with INIA in Uruguay; Faculty Development Leave with the Australian National
University, CSIRO, and Queensland Department of Forestry; ongoing tree improvement
research with agencies in Chile, England, Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay.
CFGRP (Development of growth and yield models for improved slash pine)
Woody Biomass Production