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Susan E. Moore. Ph.D.

Susan E. Moore

Extension Associate Professor
Director, Forestry & Environmental Outreach Program

Education:
B.S. Rochester Institute of Technology (Business) (1983)

M.B.A. Duke University (1988)

Ph.D. NC State University (Forestry) (1996)

Program Responsibilities:

Continuing education of foresters and other natural resource professionals; Environmental education of NC citizens and stakeholders; Forestry outreach to NC school teachers, environmental and conservation organizations.

Research Interests:
Forest certification; Sustainable resource management; Conservation based development; International extension program development.

Recent Awards:
College of Natural Resources Outstanding Extension Service Award (2006)
NC State University Academy of Outstanding Faculty Engaged in Extension (2006)

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Dr. Moore’s Curriculum Vitae >>

Contact:

NC State University
Forestry & Environmental Outreach Program
Campus Box 8008
Raleigh, NC 27695-8008
Tel: 919 515-3184
Fax: 919 515-6883

Email: susan_moore@ncsu.edu

Publications

  • Stevenson, K. T., Peterson, M. N., Bondell, H. D., Mertig, A. G., & Moore, S. E. (2013). Environmental, institutional, and demographic predictors of environmental literacy among middle school children. PLoS One, 8(3).
    Publication type: Article
  • Allen, S., Moorman, C., Peterson, M. N., Hess, G., & Moore, S. (2013). Predicting success incorporating conservation subdivisions into land use planning. Land Use Policy, 33, 31-35.
    Publication type: Article
  • Moorman, M. C., Peterson, N., Moore, S. E., & Donoso, P. J. (2013). Stakeholder perspectives on prospects for co-management of an old-growth forest watershed near Valdivia, Chile. Society & Natural Resources, 26(9), 1022-1036.
    Publication type: Article
  • Bardon, R. E., Meyer, N., Moore, S., Overholt, G., Peterson, G., Siomne-Brown, V., Smith, S., & Stortz, P. (2009). `Riskometer?: Voting with your feet. Journal of Extension, 47(2).
    Publication type: Article
  • Bardon, R. E., Meyer, N., Moore, S., Overholt, G., Peterson, G., Siomne-Brown, V., Smith, S., Stortz, P., & Vandenberg, L. (2009). Communication techniques for initiating discussion about complex value-laden issues. Journal of Extension, 47(1).
    Publication type: Article
  • Zuiches, J., Cowling, E., Clark, J., Clayton, P., Helm, K., Henry, B., Morris, T., Moore, S. E., Navey-Davis, S., Schulze, S., Thornton, C., & Warren, A. (2008). Attaining Carnegie's community engagement classification. Change (New Rochelle, N.Y.), 40(1), 42-45.
    Publication type: Article
  • Cubbage, F. W., Moore, S., Henderson, T., & Araujo, M. (2008). Costs and benefits of forest certification in the Americas. In J. R. White & W. H. Robinson (Eds.), Natural resources: Economics, management, and policy. Nova Science Publishers.
    Publication type: Chapter
  • Bardon, R. E., & Moore, S. E. (2007). Video teleconferencing: a powerful tool for technology transfer. In Proceedings: International Conference on Transfer of Forest Science Knowledge and Technology: Troutdale, OR, May 10-13, 2005. (Conference Proceedings, ) (pp. 65-71). Troutdale, OR: USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PNW-726, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, OR.
    Publication type: Conference paper
  • Cubbage, F., Cox, J., Moore, S. E., Edeburn, J., Richter, D., Chesnutt, M., Rohr, H., & Henderson, T. (2006). Long-term management impacts and costs of forest certification in North Carolina: the experience of the Southern Center for Sustainable Forests Partners. In Proceedings, Southern Forest Economics Workers (SOFEW) Annual Meeting. (Conference Proceedings, ) (pp. 159-170).
    Publication type: Conference paper
  • Moore, S. E., & Bardon, R. E. (Eds.). (2004). Enhancing the Southern Appalachian forest resource. In S. E. Moore, & R. E. Bardon (Eds.) Symposium proceedings [CD-ROM]. (Conference Proceedings, ) Raleigh, NC: NC State University.
    Publication type: Conference paper
  • Bardon, R. E., & Moore, S. E. (2004). Video-teleconference continuing education program for professional foresters at North Carolina State University. Journal of Extension, .
    Publication type: Article
  • Moore, S. E., Grantham, J., & Townsend, B. (2004). Knowledge transfer and attitude adjustment through experiential learning. In Communication strategies for multiple partner involvement in forestry extension : proceedings of the 7th Extension Working Party Symposium : 27 September-1 October 2004, Orvieto and Rome, Italy. (Conference Proceedings, 7) (pp. 230-244). Orvieto, Italy: International Union of Forestry Research Organizations.
    Publication type: Conference paper
  • Cubbage, F., Moore, S., Cox, J., Jervis, L., Edeburn, J., Richter, D., Boyette, W., Thompson, M., & Chesnutt, M. (2003). Forest certification of state and university lands in North Carolina - A comparison. Journal of Forestry, 101(8), 26-31.
    Publication type: Article
  • Cubbage, F., Richter, D., Thompson, M., Moore, S. E., Edeburn, J., Chesnutt, M., Cox, J., & Boyette, W. (2003). Forest certification costs and benefits: the experience of the Southern Center for Sustainable Forests. In Proceedings, 2002 Society of American Foresters Annual Convention. (Conference Proceedings, ) (pp. 236-242). Bethesda, MD: Society of American Foresters.
    Publication type: Conference paper
  • Marsinko, A., Cubbage, F., Cox, J., & Moore, S. E. (2003). Forest Stewardship Council certification conditions, management impacts, and costs for NC State University college forests. In G. S. Amacher, & J. Sullivan (Eds.) Proceedings, Southern Forest Economics Workshop (SOFEW). (Conference Proceedings, ) (pp. 95-105). Blacksburg, VA: Virginia Tech.
    Publication type: Conference paper
  • Moore, S. E., Cubbage, F., Edeburn, J., & Richter, D. (2003). Southern Center for Sustainable Forests: delivery of an educational outreach program. In Proceedings, 2003 Society of American Foresters Annual Convention. (Conference Proceedings, ) Bethesda, MD: Society of American Foresters.
    Publication type: Conference paper
  • Cubbage, F., Moore, S. E., Cox, J., Jervis, L., Edeburn, J., Richter, D., Boyette, W., Thompson, M., & Chesnutt, M. (2002). Implementing forest certification in North Carolina: systems, costs, and forest management implications. In G. S. Amacher, & J. Sullivan (Eds.) Proceedings of the 2002 Southern Forest Economics Workshop : March 17-19, Ramada Plaza Resort, Virginia Beach, Virginia. (Conference Proceedings, 32) (pp. 137-156). Blacksburg, VA: Virginia Tech.
    Publication type: Conference paper
  • Cubbage, F., Scott, J., Pressley, T., & Moore, S. E. (2002). Costs of forestry best management practices in the South: a review. In Abstracts and Presentations, Conference Forestry Best Management Practices in the South [CD-ROM]. (Conference Proceedings, ) Atlanta, GA: NCASI.
    Publication type: Conference paper
  • Moore, S. E., & Allen, H. L. (2000). Vegetative composition and height growth of a 4-year old Atlantic white-cedar (Chamaecyparis Thyoides) stand under varying combinations of above- and below-ground competition. In R. K. Rose (Ed.) The natural history of the Great Dismal Swamp. Madison, WI: Omni Press.
    Publication type: Chapter
  • Moore, S. E., & Allen, H. L. (2000). Vegetative composition and height growth of a 4-year old Atlantic white-cedar (Chamaecyparis thyoides) stand under varying combinations of above- and below-ground competition. In R. K. Rose (Ed.) Proceedings of the Third Great Dismal Swamp Symposium. (Conference Proceedings, 3) (pp. 85-91). Norfolk, VA: Old Dominion University.
    Publication type: Conference paper
  • Moore, S. E., & Allen, H. L. (1999). Plantation forestry (Plantation silviculture). In M. L. Hunter, Jr. (Ed.) Maintaining biodiversity in forested ecosystems. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
    Publication type: Chapter