Agricultural Sciences and Forestry Faculty and Staff



Dr. William H. Green

(318) 257-3275

Holley 2012Holley, A. Gordon 

Associate Professor

Forest Economics and Management, Forestry, Graduate Studies
Office: Reese Hall 221 
Phone: 318-257-4926

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 Degree  Institution  Area of Study
PhD  Stephen F. Austin State University  Forest Economics and Management 
MS  Stephen F. Austin State University  Forest Biometrics - minor in Statistics 
BS  Stephen F. Austin State University  Forest Recreation Management 

Courses Taught
FOR 406 Forest Economics and Valuation  (Fall Quarter)
FOR 401 Forest Management  (Winter Quarter)
FOR 430/431 Tech Honduras I  (Winter Quarter)
FOR 431 Tech Honduras II  (Spring Quarter)
FOR 480 Professional Practice  (Spring Quarter)
Research/Service Interests
Econometric studies of the Western Gulf's forest resources. 
Growth, yield, and economic factors of intendively managed commercial forests.
Maximizing forest investment utility for public, industrial, and non-industrial private forest landowners. 
Forest management bwhavior of non-industrial private forest landowners. 
Management and monitoring studies of bottomland hardwood resources.