Associate Professor of Forestry
Dr. Linehan teaches forestry at Penn State Mont Alto. His primary teaching interests include information technology in forestry, geographic information systems, remote sensing, and forest management. His research interests include the history of forestry and natural resources education.
Most Recent Publications
Linehan, P.E. 2006. Learning Geospatial Analysis Skills with Consumer-Grade GPS Receivers and Low Cost Spatial Analysis Software. Journal of natural Resources & Life Sciences Education 35:95-100.
Linehan, P.E., and M. Jacobson. 2005. Forecasting Hardwood Stumpage Price Trends in Pennsylvania. Forest Products Journal 55(12)(December):47-52.
Linehan, P.E. 2005. Strategies for Forestry Success; Examples from the Early Years of the Pennsylvania Forestry Association. Journal of Forestry 103(5)(July-August):223-229.
Linehan, P. E., M. Jacobson, and M. McDill. 2003. Hardwood Stumpage Price Trends and Regional Market Differences in Pennsylvania. Northern Journal of Applied Forestry 20(3)(September):124-130 .
Ph.D. in Forest Resources, University of Maine, 1993
M.S. in Forest Economics, University of Maine, 1989
B.S. in Forest Utilization, University of Maine, 1979
Office: 220 General Studies Building