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Ristea, C. and T.C. Maness. Economic Viability and Landbase Impacts of Bioenergy Production from Short Rotation Poplar in British Columbia. The 64th International Convention, Forest Products Society. Madison, WI. June 20-22, 2010.

Ristea, C. and T.C. Maness. Modeling economic feasibility, landbase impacts, and energy & carbon balances of land-based bioenergy systems. IEA Bioenergy Task 43 & Long-Term Soil Productivity International Workshop. Kamloops, BC. June 1-4, 2010.

Ristea, C. and T.C. Maness. Potential for Fast-Growth Poplar Plantations for Cellulosic Ethanol Production A Life Cycle Analysis Approach. Western Forest Economists Meeting 2010, Wemee, OR. May 3-5, 2009.

Schwab, O.S. Effects of Renewable Energy Incentives on Forest Product Markets. Western Forest Economists Meeting 2010, Wemee, OR. May 3-5, 2009.

Ristea, C. and T.C. Maness. Feasibility and Climate Change Mitigation Potential of Large Scale Wood Bioenergy Production Systems. INFORMS 2009 Conference, San Diego, CA.

Vahid,S. and T.C. Maness. Strategic Facility Location in a Wood Products Supply Chain: An Agent Based Approach. CORS/INFORMS 2009 conference, Toronto, ON.

Maness, T.C. The competitiveness of the BC forest product sector.  Forest Products Society Conference on Lumber Drying. Bellingham WA. USA.  Nov 2006. 

Maness, T.C. Multi-criteria optimization for planning new facilities and products.  Western Forest Economists Annual Meeting. Welches OR. USA.  May 2005. 

Maness, T.C.  Linking the forest to communities through economic modelling.  Communities and Natural Resources in Transition.  Linking Social Science, Decision Makers, and Practitioners for a Sustainable Future.  Prince George, BC.  February, 2004.

Maness, T.C.  The real potential of value-added investments in community transition.  Communities and Natural Resources in Transition.  Linking Social Science, Decision Makers, and Practitioners for a Sustainable Future.  Prince George, BC.  February, 2004.

Maness, T.C.  A multi-objective scenario evaluation model for sustainable forest management using criteria and indicators.  Canadian Operational Research Society Annual Conference.   Vancouver, Canada.  June 2003.

Maness, T.C., R.A. Kozak, C. Staudhammer and D. Wong.  Next generation statistical process control systems for detection of wood machining defects employing online diagnostics and feedback control.  Forest Products Society 57th Annual Meeting:  Advanced Information Technology Systems for Forest Products Manufacture (Session 15), June 2003, Bellevue / Seattle, Washington.  USA.

Maness, T.C.  and J. D. Nelson.  Forest to product modeling using hierarchical planning: an approach for evaluation of ecosystem management scenarios.  Symposium on Models and Systems in Forestry.  Punta del Tralca, Chile.  March 2002.

Maness, T.C.  and J. E. Aune.  Evaluating industrial ecosystem management scenarios using hierarchical planning.  IUFRO Conference.  Connection Between Forest Resources and Wood Quality: Modelling Approaches and Simulation Software.  IUFRO WP S5.01-04. Harrison Hot Springs, Canada.  September 8-15, 2002

Maness, T.C.  Supply chain optimization from forest to mill.  Exploring New Paths: From Forest to Mill.  Conference Organized by Forintek Canada.  Edmonton, Alberta.  October, 2001.