Peter Bloch
Title: Emeritus
Phone:
Email: pcbloch@wisc.edu
Expertise: Natural Resources Management, Land Economics

Joseph Buongiorno
Title: Class of 1933 Bascom Emeritus Professor, John N. McGovern WARF Emeritus Professor
Phone: 608-262-0091
Email: jbuongio@wisc.edu
Expertise: Decision-making models, economic forecasting, international forestry, development planning
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John Cary
Title: Senior Information Processing Consultant
Phone: 608-263-6710
Email: jrcary@wisc.edu
Scott Craven
Title: Emeritus Professor
Phone:
Email: srcraven@wisc.edu
Expertise: Wildlife Extension
Donald Field
Title: Emeritus Professor
Phone: 608-263-0853
Email: drfield@wisc.edu
Expertise: Natural resource sociology; recreation management
Raymond Guries
Title: Emeritus Professor
Phone: 608-262-0449
Email: rpguries@wisc.edu
Expertise: Forest genetics
Theodore A Peterson
Title: Emeritus Professor
Phone: 608-231-6775
Email: tapeters@wisc.edu
Expertise: Extension specialist in wood products and marketing. National Extension Leader with the U.S. Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory on two National Projects: National Sawmill Improvement Program and the National Wood Products Extension Program.
Robert Ray
Title: Emeritus Professor
Phone: 608-890-3609
Email: rray@cals.wisc.edu
Expertise: Human behavior and natural resources management
Jeffrey C. Stier
Emeritus Professor of Forest Economics
Email: jcstier@wisc.edu
Stanley Temple
Title: Beers-Bascom Professor Emeritus in Conservation, University of Wisconsin-Madison
and Senior Fellow, Aldo Leopold Foundation
Email: satemple@wisc.edu
Expertise: Conservation biology and the ecology of birds, particularly rare and endangered species and birds of prey, at both the fundamental and applied levels.
 
Eugene Wengert
Title: Emeritus Professor
Phone: 608-271-4441
Email: ewengert@wisc.edu
Expertise: Extension specialist in wood products manufacturing, including sawing, grading, drying, rough mills,gluing, machining and related areas.

 
Raymond A. Young
Title: Emeritus Professor
Email: ryoung@wisc.edu
Expertise: Wood and polymer chemistry - approaches that improve the efficiency of wood utilization for paper and chemicals and which also eliminate or limit environmental hazards of water and air pollution.
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