Edwin James Green

 

Department of Ecology, Evolution & Natural Resources

Cook College, Rutgers University

14 College Farm Road

New Brunswick, NJ 08901-8551  USA

phone: (732) 932-9152

fax:  (732) 932-8746

email: green@crssa.rutgers.edu

 

 

Education:

 

B.S. 1976. S.U.N.Y., College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY. Cum Laude. Resource Management.

M.S. 1979. S.U.N.Y., College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY. Silviculture. Thesis Advisor: Norman A. Richards.

Ph.D. 1981. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA. Forest Biometrics, option in Mathematical Statistics. Thesis Advisor: Harold E. Burkhart.

 

 

Selected Publications:

 

1.      Green, E.J. and W.E. Strawderman. 1990. Combining inventory estimates with possibly biased auxiliary information. Forest Science. 36:688-699.

2.      Roesch, F.A., Jr., E.J. Green, and C.T. Scott. 1991. Compatible basal area and number of tress estimators from remeasured horizontal point samples. Forest Science 37:136-145..

3.      Green, E.J. and W.E. Strawderman. 1991. A James-Stein type composite estimator for combining unbiased and possibly biased estimators. Journal of the American Statistical Association 86:1001-1006.

4.      Green, E.J., W.E. Strawderman, and C.E. Thomas. 1992. Empirical Bayes development of Honduran pine yield models. Forest Science 38:21-33.

5.      Green, E.J. and W.E. Strawderman. 1992. A comparison of hierarchical Bayes and empirical Bayes methods. Forest Science 38:350-366.

6.      Green, E.J., M. Köhl, and W.E. Strawderman. 1992. Constrained empirical Bayes estimates for cell values in a two-way table. Canadian Journal of Forestry Research. 22:1983-1987.

7.      Green, E.J., W.E. Strawderman, and T.M. Airola. 1992. Assessing classification probabilities for thematic maps. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing. 59:635-639.

8.      Roesch, F.A., Jr., E.J. Green, and C.T. Scott. 1993. A test of alternative estimators for volume at time 1 from remeasured point samples. Canadian Journal of Forestry Research. 23:598-604.

9.      Roesch, F.A., Jr., E.J. Green, and C.T. Scott. 1993. An alternative view of forest sampling. Survey Methodology. 19:199-204.

10.  Green, E.J., F.A. Roesch, Jr., A.F.M. Smith and W.E. Strawderman. 1994. Bayesian estimation for the three-parameter Weibull distribution with tree diameter data. Biometrics 50:254-269.

11.  Green, E.J. and W.E. Strawderman. 1994. Determining accuracy of thematic maps. The Statistician 43:77-86.

12.  Green, E.J. and W.E. Strawderman. 1996. A Bayesian growth and yield model for slash pine plantations. Journal of Applied Statistics, 23:285-299.

13.  Green, E.J. and W.E. Strawderman. 1996. Predictive posterior distributions from a Bayesian version of a slash pine yield model. Forest Science 42:456-464.

14.  Green, E.J. and H.T. Valentine. 1998. Bayesian analysis of the linear model with heterogeneous variance. Forest Science 44:134-138.

15.  Green, E.J., D.W. MacFarlane, H.T. Valentine, and W.E. Strawderman. 1999. Assessing Uncertainty in a Stand Growth Model by Bayesian Synthesis. Forest Science 45:528-538.

16.  Green, E.J., D.W. MacFarlane, and H.T. Valentine. 2000. Bayesian Synthesis for Quantifying Uncertainty in Predictions from Process Models. Tree Physiology 20:415-419.

17.  Green, E.J. and M. Clutter. 2000. Using auxiliary information to estimate stand tables. Canadian Journal of Forestry Research 30:865-872.

18.  D.W. MacFarlane, Green, E.J., and H.T. Valentine. 2000. Incorporating Uncertainty into the Parameters of a Forest Process Model. Ecological Modeling. 134:27-40.

19.  D.W. MacFarlane, Green, E.J., and H. Burkhart. 2000. Population density influences assessment and application of site index. Canadian Journal of Forestry Research. 30:1472-1475.

20.  Green, E.J. and M. Clutter. 2002. Estimating tree diameter class frequencies. Ecological Modeling. 147:1-9.