Professional Engineer: Oregon
Professional Land Surveyor: Oregon
Water Right Examiner: Oregon
PhD, Forest Resources, 1998 Oregon State University
MS, Planning, Public Policy, and Management, 1991 University of Oregon
BS, Political Science, 1988 University of Oregon
Geomatics, geographic information science (GISci), land cover change, global positioning systems (GPS), remote sensing, decision support systems, land Surveying and geodesy, crime mapping and analysis, precision forestry, spatial statistics
• FE 102: Forest Engineering Problem Solving and Technology
• FE 308: Forest Surveying
• FE 310: Route surveying
• FE 357: GIS and Forest Engineering Applications
• FE 422/522: Forest Geomatics
• FOR 421/521: Spatial Analysis of Forested Landscapes
Wing, M.G. and J. Frank. 2011. Vertical measurement accuracy and reliability of mapping-grade GPS receivers. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 78(2):188-194.
Edson, C. and M.G. Wing. 2011 (In press). Tree location measurement accuracy with a mapping-grade GPS receiver under forest canopy. Forest Science.
Simwanda, M., M.G. Wing, and J. Sessions. 2011. Evaluating Global Positioning System accuracy for forest biomass transportation tracking within varying forest canopy. Western Journal of Applied Forestry 26(4):165-173.
Wing, M.G. 2011. Measurement differences resulting from analyzing natural resource spatial databases referenced to multiple map coordinate systems. Mathematical and Computational Forestry & Natural Resource Sciences 3(2):53-63.
Wing, M.G, and J. Frank. 2011. An examination of five identical mapping-grade GPS receivers in two forest settings. Western Journal of Applied Forestry 26(3):119-125.
Akay, A.E., M.G. Wing, F. Sivrikaya, and D. Sakar. 2011. A GIS-based decision support system to determine the shortest and safest route to forest fires: A case study in the Mediterranean region of Turkey. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 184:1391-1407.
Wing, M.G. 2011. Consumer-grade GPS receiver measurement accuracy in varying forest conditions. Research Journal of Forestry 5(2):78-88.
Wing, M.G., A. Eklund, J. Sessions. 2010. Applying LiDAR technology for tree measurements in burned landscapes. International Journal of Wildland Fire 19:104-114.
Sessions, J., J. Wimer, F. Costales, and M.G. Wing. 2010. Engineering considerations in road assessment for biomass operations in steep terrain. Western Journal of Applied Forestry 25(3):144-153.
Wing, M.G. 2009. Consumer-grade GPS performance in an urban forest setting. Journal of Forestry 107(6):307-312.
Eklund, A., M.G. Wing, and J. Sessions. 2009. Evaluating economic and wildlife habitat considerations for snag retention policies in burned landscapes. Western Journal of Applied Forestry 24(2):67-75.
Wing, M.G. 2008. Keeping pace with GPS technology in the forest. Journal of Forestry 106(6):332-338.
Wing, M.G. 2008. Consumer-grade GPS receiver performance. Journal of Forestry 106(4):185-190.
Wing, M.G. and J.F. Tynon. 2008. Revisiting the spatial analysis of crime in National Forests. Journal of Forestry 106(2):91-99.
Wing, M.G., A. Eklund, J. Sessions, and R. Karsky. 2008. Horizontal measurement performance of five mapping-grade GPS receiver configurations in several forested settings. Western Journal of Applied Forestry 23(3):166-171.
Wing, M.G. and A. Eklund. 2008. Vertical measurement accuracy of mapping-grade GPS receivers in three forest settings. Western Journal of Applied Forestry 23(2):83-88.
Craven, Michael B. 2011. Assessment of Airborne Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) for use in common forest engineering geomatic applications. MS. Oregon State University.
Edson, Curtis B. 2011. Light detection and ranging (LiDAR) : what we can and cannot see in the forest for the trees. PhD. Oregon State University.