John Sessions

Affiliations: 
Forest Engineering, Resources, and Management Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 
Area:
Forestry and Wildlife Agriculture, Operations Research, Agricultural Economics
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Garland J, Belart F, Crawford R, et al. (2019) Safety in steep slope logging operations. Journal of Agromedicine. 1-8
Mirkouei A, Haapala KR, Sessions J, et al. (2017) A review and future directions in techno-economic modeling and optimization of upstream forest biomass to bio-oil supply chains Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. 67: 15-35
Marrs G, Zamora-Cristales R, Sessions J. (2016) Forest biomass feedstock cost sensitivity to grinding parameters for bio-jet fuel production Renewable Energy. 99: 1082-1091
Sessions J, Bettinger P, Murphy G. (2016) Heuristics in forest planning International Series in Operations Research and Management Science. 99: 431-448
Zamora-Cristales R, Sessions J. (2016) Modeling harvest forest residue collection for bioenergy production Croatian Journal of Forest Engineering. 37: 287-296
Leshchinsky B, Sessions J, Wimer J, et al. (2016) Designing mobile anchors to yield: A tension relief system for tail anchoring Croatian Journal of Forest Engineering. 37: 267-278
Zhu JY, Chandra MS, Gu F, et al. (2015) Using sulfite chemistry for robust bioconversion of Douglas-fir forest residue to bioethanol at high titer and lignosulfonate: a pilot-scale evaluation. Bioresource Technology. 179: 390-7
Simwanda M, Sessions J, Boston K, et al. (2015) Modeling biomass transport on single-lane forest roads Forest Science. 61: 763-773
Zamora-Cristales R, Sessions J, Boston K, et al. (2015) Economic optimization of forest biomass processing and transport in the Pacific Northwest USA Forest Science. 61: 220-234
Zamora-Cristales R, Sessions J. (2015) Are double trailers cost effective for transporting forest biomass on steep terrain? California Agriculture. 69: 177-183
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