Assistant Professor of Forest Resources Management
Greg Dahle teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in arboriculture and urban forest management. Dr. Dahle’s research utilizes allometric modeling and tree biomechanics to understand how urban trees grow and survive environmental loads such as those from snow and ice storms. He has worked as an arborist managing commercial and municipal tree care accounts in the San Francisco Bay Area and served as a consulting utility arborist. He holds a doctorate from Rutgers University, and a Masters and Bachelors of Science from Purdue University. He is an International Society of Arboriculture Board-Certified Master Arborist.
- Dahle, GA, KR James, B Kane, J Grabosky, A Detter. 2017. A Review of Factors That Affect the Load-Bearing Capacity of Urban Trees. Arboriculture & Urban Forestry ( In press)
- Dahle, GA., A. Carpenter, D. DeVallance. 2016. Non-destructive Measurement of the Flexural Modulus of Elasticity of Wood Using Acoustical Stress Waves. Arboriculture & Urban Forestry 42:227-233
- Dahle, GA, FJ Gallagher, D Gershenson, K VR Schäfer and JC Grabosky. 2014. Allometric and Mass Relationships of Betula populiforia in a Naturally Assembled Urban Brownfield: Implications for Carbon Modeling. Urban Ecosystems DOI 10.1007/s11252-014-0377-9
- Dahle, GA and JC Grabosky. 2010. Variation in Modulus of Elasticity (E) along Acer platanoides L. (Aceraceae) branches. Urban Forestry Urban Greening 9:227-233
- Dahle, GA and JC Grabosky. 2010. Allometric patterns in Acer platanoides (Aceraceae) branches. Trees-Structure Function 24:321–326