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22 September 2017

The University of Canterbury’s School of Forestry is seeking applications for a fully funded PhD research project. The research topic involves modelling taper and volume, as well as, biomass estimation. The project is supported by the New Zealand Dryland Forestry Initiative, which aims to increase the establishment of naturally durable eucalypts in dryland areas of New Zealand.


25 May 2017

School of Forestry PhD candidate Francis Obi has just been awarded a $7,000 scholarship from Rayonier, presented to him by the Operations Director Brendan Slui


21 March 2017

16th - 19th April 2018, Rotorua, New Zealand

Insect Pest Impacts on Dryland Eucalypts.

21 March 2017

We are offering a scholarship for postgraduate research at the University of Canterbury to support the DFI research programme by studying the impacts and management of eucalypt insect pests. The scholarship will cover university fees, stipend and research expenses for three years.