Tag: 2001

International Fellow from Chile - Angel Mario

Mario Angel, Chile

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Mario worked as both a Fellow 2001 and as a Program Manager at WFI. In 2009 he founded Angel Business & Consulting LLC to provide consulting services for the forest product and renewable energy industries. Mario assists companies doing business in both Latin America and North America to make informed decisions based upon research, analysis and recommendations. He works on many projects related to lumber, plywood & veneer, OSB, MDF and particleboard production and sales as well as projects related to bio-energy and wood fiber supply & demand. He is a regular writer for Lignum, the most important magazine for the Chilean forest industry. During his years at WFI he spoke at conferences in Brazil, Mexico, and the U.S.

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Yen-Chang Chen, Taiwan

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Yen-Chang has recently been promoted to Chief of Fu-Shan Research Center, an internationally renowned research forest under the Taiwan Forestry Research Institute (TFRI) in Taiwan.

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Igor Danilin, Russia

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Igor is a Senior Research Scientist at the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences at the V.N. Sukachev Institute of Forest. Igor works in forest biometrics, forest inventory and remote sensing. During his Fellowship in 2001, Igor co-authered a manuscript on Forest Policy in Siberia, titled: “Siberian Expectations: An Overview of Regional Forest Policy and Sustainable Forest Management“, which can be downloaded from WFI’s Special Reports page.

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Jamie Morton, Australia

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Jamie is currently the Catchment Coordinator for the Northern Rivers Catchment Management Authority. He completed a Fellowship in 2001, sponsored by the Gottstein Trust and Forest and Wood Products Australia.

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Fanglin Tan, China

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Fanglin is a faculty member at the Fujian Academy of Science, and was a Fellow in 2001. He was featured on Oregon Public Broadcasting in 2008 for his work to bring Oregon State University scientists to China to discuss invasive species issues.