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Philip Hofmeyer, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor ~ Renewable Energy

104b Shannon Hall
315-684-6515
hofmeypv@morrisville.edu


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Publications (Peer-reviewed, conference proceedings, and technical articles)

1.    Hofmeyer, P.V. 2018. Grid-tied microhydro in New York State. Home Power 183: 33-40.

2.    Hofmeyer, P.V., C.A. Nowak, and B.D. Ballard. 2016. Invasive, exotic plants on and off FirstEnergy Electric transmission line Rights-of-Way in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Technical Report No. xxxxx, Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, CA.  

3.    Nowak, C.A., B.D. Ballard, and P.V. Hofmeyer. 2015. Plant community development on electric transmission line rights-of-way with/without attention to controlling invasive, exotic plants: A long-term collaborative research project with FirstEnergy – Year 3. Technical Report No. xxxxx, Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, CA.

4.    Nowak, C.A., B.D. Ballard, and P.V. Hofmeyer. 2014. Plant community development on electric transmission line rights-of-way with/without attention to controlling invasive, exotic plants: A long-term collaborative research project with FirstEnergy – Year 2. Technical Report No. 3002002750, Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, CA.

5.       Nowak, C.A., B.D. Ballard, and P.V. Hofmeyer. 2014. Plant community development on electric transmission line rights-of-way with/without attention to controlling invasive, exotic plants: A long-term collaborative research project with FirstEnergy on the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Technical Report No. 3002004307, Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, CA.

6.       Boulfroy, Emmanuelle; Forget, Eric; Hofmeyer, Philip V.; Kenefic, Laura S.; Larouche, Catherine; Lessard, Guy; Lussier, Jean-Martin; Pinto, Fred; Ruel, Jean-Claude; Weiskittel, Aaron. 2012. Guide pour la sylviculture du thuya occidental. Rapport D’information. FI-X-008. Service Canadien Des Forets Centre Canadien Sur La Fibre De Bois. 72 p.

7.       Boulfroy, Emmanuelle; Forget, Eric; Hofmeyer, Philip V.; Kenefic, Laura S.; Larouche, Catherine; Lessard, Guy; Lussier, Jean-Martin; Pinto, Fred; Ruel, Jean-Claude; Weiskittel, Aaron. 2012. Silvicultural Guide for Northern White-Cedar (Eastern White Cedar). Gen. Tech. Rep. NRS-98. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station. 82 p.

8.       Hofmeyer, P.V. 2011. Micro Hydroelectricity Installers Skills Assessment. Report for President’s CBJT Grant (CB-17331-08-60-A-36) project “Morrisville State College Renewable Energy Training Center”, US DOL ETA and Morrisville State College, Morrisville, NY, USA.

9.       Hofmeyer, P.V., R.S. Seymour, and L.S. Kenefic. 2010. Historical early stem development of northern white-cedar (Thuja occidentalis L.) in Maine. Northern Journal of Applied Forestry 27(3): 92-96.

10.   Weiskittel, A.R., R.S. Seymour, P.V. Hofmeyer, and J.A. Kershaw. 2010. Modelling primary branch frequency and size for five conifer species in Maine, USA. Forest Ecology and Management 259(10): 1912-1921.

11.   Hofmeyer, P.V., R.S. Seymour, and L.S. Kenefic. 2010. Production ecology of Thuja occidentalis L. in Maine. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 40: 1155-1164.

12.   Hofmeyer, P.V., R.S. Seymour, and L.S. Kenefic. 2009. Influence of soil site class on growth and decay of northern white-cedar and two associates in Maine. Northern Journal of Applied Forestry 26(2): 68-75. 

13.   Weiskittel, A.R., J.A. Kershaw, P.V. Hofmeyer, and R.S. Seymour. 2009. Species differences in total and vertical distribution of branch- and tree-level leaf area for the five primary conifer species in Maine, USA. Forest Ecology and Management 258(7): 1695-1703.

14.   Hofmeyer, P.V., L.S. Kenefic, and R.S. Seymour. 2009. Northern white-cedar ecology and silviculture in the northeastern United States and southeastern Canada. Northern Journal of Applied Forestry 26(1): 21-27.

15.   Hofmeyer, P.V. 2008. Ecology and silviculture of northern white-cedar (Thuja occidentalis L.) in Maine. Ph.D. Dissertation. University of Maine. Orono, ME. 146 p.

16.   Hofmeyer, P.V., L.S. Kenefic, and R.S. Seymour. 2007. Northern white-cedar: An annotated bibliography. Cooperative Forestry Research Unit Research Report 07-01. 30 p.

17.   Hofmeyer, P.V., L.S. Kenefic, R.S. Seymour, and J.C. Brissette. 2006. Growth comparison of northern white-cedar to red spruce and balsam fir by site class. In Laroque, G.R. et al., eds. 2006. Eastern Canada – USA Forest Science Conference. Quebc, QC. October 19-21, 2006. p. 62-66.

18.   Hofmeyer, P.V. 2004. Sawtimber production with thinning in stratified, mixed-species, even-aged hardwoods. M.S. Thesis. SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry. Syracuse, NY. 79 p.