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Marie Doyle

Lecturer

School Of Agriculture & Food Science
Agriculture and Food Science
Belfield
Dublin 4

Tel: +353 1 7167806
Email: mdoyle@ucd.ie

Professional

 

Associations

Association: Society of Irish Foresters, Technical Member , Function/Role: Education Board (current), Secretary to Council for a number of years
Association: Irish Timber Grower's Assocation, Function/Role: Associate Member
Association: Soil Science Association of Ireland , Function/Role: Member
       

Committees

Committee : Promotions Committee for the Agr Sc programme
Committee : Teaching and Learning Committee, School of AFSVM

Employment

Employer: UCD
Position: Lecturer
Employer: Dept. Health & Children
Position: Administrative Officer
Employer: Teagasc
Position: Research Forester
Employer: Teagasc
Position: Research Forester
           

Publications

 

Book Chapters

Nieuwenhuis, M. and Doyle, M.; (2006) 'Republic of Ireland (Update)' In: Forestry in Changing Societies in Europe. Joensuu, Finland: University of Joensuu. Available Online [Details]

Edited Books

Jari Parviainen, Declan Little, Marie Doyle, Aileen O'Sullivan, Minna Kettunen and Minna Korhonen (Ed.). (1999) Research in Forest Reserves and Natural Forests in European Countries - Country Reports for the COST Action E4: Forest Reserves Research Network. Finland: EFI. Available Online [Details]

Peer Reviewed Journals

Barrett, F., Nieuwenhuis, M. and Doyle, M. ; (2010) 'The Practi-SFM multi-resource inventory protocol and Decision Support System - A model to address the private forest resource information gap in Ireland'. Irish Forestry, 66 (1+2). [Details]
   

Published Reports

Doyle, M. ; (2009) Report on Short Term Scientific Mission to invesitgate development of DSS. COST FP0804, Sweden. Available Online [Details]
                                                                                       

Research

Research Interests

Sustainable Forest Management and how it can be implemented in Irish forests and the management tools necessary to support it.