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Mike Dockry

Note: this person is no longer a Forest Service Research & Development employee.

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Citations of non US Forest Service Publications

  • Michael J. Dockry. 2016. Book Review: American Indians and National Forests. By Theodore Catton. Foreword by Joel D. Holtrop. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2016. x + 374 pp. Illustrations, notes, bibliography, index. $39.95; ebook. Western Historical Quarterly. DOI: 10.1177/1946756716659650. (Invited Review)

    Forest Service Research and Development tribal engagement roadmap. Farley, C., Ellersick, T., and Jasper, C. (eds). FS-1043. Mar. 2015. [Core team member/Co-author].

    Sample, V.A., Birdsey, R.A., Houghton, R.A., Swanston, C., Hollinger, D., Dockry, M. 2015. Forest carbon conservation and management: integration with sustainable forest management for multiple resource values and ecosystem services. Accessed 5-11-2015 at

    USDA Forest Service: Tribal Relations Strategic Framework for the Eastern Region, Northeastern Area State & Private Forestry, and Northern Research Station–2015. [Core team member/Co-author].

    Whyte, K.P., M. Dockry, W. Baule, D. Fellman, 2014. Supporting tribal climate change adaptation planning through community participatory strategic foresight scenario development. In Project Reports. D. Brown, W. Baule, L. Briley, and E. Gibbons, (eds.). Great Lakes Science and Assessments Center.

Research Highlights


Alternative Futures for Wood-based Nanomaterials

Forest products researchers are exploring the potential of nano-products from wood. Possible uses of these renewable products could include high ...


Integrating Traditional Ecological Knowledge into Natural Resource Inventories and Management of Paper Birch Trees

The “Paper Birch in the Great Lakes” project is a collaborative effort to incorporate traditional ecological knowledge into research and nat ...


Landowner Acceptance of a Pine Barrens Restoration Project

Despite landowners’ uncertainty about long-term outcomes near a pine barrens restoration project on the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, t ...


Scientists Examine the Future of Forests in the Anthropocene

Forest Service researchers analyzed the major issues and factors affecting forests in the decades ahead: deforestation, mega-fires, urban forest ...


Tribal forestry provides innovations for sustainable forest management

Tribal forestry is seen by many as a model for sustainability that can be used to improve the management of all forests. A recent effort by scie ...


Urban native youth environmental education

Lacrosse is a traditional sport that has been played by American Indian tribes for thousands of years. The impact of emerald ash borer on ash t ...