Eddie Bevilacqua

Eddie Bevilacqua

Professor and Undergraduate Coordinator

301 Bray Hall
1 Forestry Dr.
Syracuse, New York 13210

Phone: (315) 470-6697


Current Graduate Advisees

Graduate Advisees

Ella GrayElla Gray

  • Degree Sought: MS
  • Graduate Advisor(s): Bevilacqua
  • Area of Study: Ecology and Ecosystems

Amanda MillerAmanda Miller

  • Degree Sought: MS
  • Graduate Advisor(s): Bevilacqua
  • Area of Study: Environmental Monitoring

Megan OMegan O'Keefe

  • Degree Sought: MS
  • Graduate Advisor(s): Bevilacqua
  • Area of Study: Ecology and Ecosystems
  • Undergraduate Institute: Green Mountain College (Natural Resources Ma)

Mehmet OzenMehmet Ozen

  • Degree Sought: MS
  • Graduate Advisor(s): Bevilacqua
  • Area of Study: Monitoring, Analysis, and Modeling

Daniel TinklepaughDaniel Tinklepaugh

  • Degree Sought: MS
  • Graduate Advisor(s): Bevilacqua
  • Area of Study: Environmental Monitoring
  • Undergraduate Institute: Union College Ny (Environmental Science)
  • Previous Graduate Study:

Personal Statement
Hello everybody! It's nice to share some information about myself on the page that I browsed when searching for schools to attend as a graduate student. Feel free to message me if you're a prospective, current, or past student in environmental sciences!

Graduate Research Topic
Geospatial Information Systems (GIS), Statistical Analysis, and Forest Biomass Surveys

Favorite Quote
"Wyrd bi ful ard" - "Fate remains wholly inexorable" Wyrd is a concept in Anglo-Saxon culture roughly corresponding to fate or personal destiny. The above phrase implies that one should accept fate yet strive to improve themselves and their prospects.

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Highest Education

Ph.D., University of Toronto (Forest Biometrics), 1999.

Areas of Study

Tree and forest measurements, Forest growth and yield modelling, Geographic Information Systems, Applied Statistics, Tree-ring analysis.

Current teaching assignments

Selected list of Publications

  • 2013. Wagner, J.E., D. Kiernan, and E. Bevilacqua. Economically derived yields for even- and uneven-aged stands. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 43: 691–698 

  • 2013. Tumwebaze, S., E. Bevilacqua, R. Brigss, and T. Volk. Allometric biomass equations for tree species used in agroforestry systems in Uganda. Agroforestry Systems. 87(4): 781-795. 

  • 2013. Bueno-López, S.W., and E. Bevilacqua. Diameter growth prediction for individual Pinus occidentalis Sw. trees. iForest – Biogeosciences and Forestry. 6: 209-216. 

  • 2012. Bueno-López, S.W.,and E. Bevilacqua. Nonlinear mixed approaches to estimating merchantable bole volume for different utilization standards for Pinus occidentalis in “La Sierra”, Dominican Republic. iForest – Biogeosciences and Forestry. 5: 247-254 

  • 2012. Tumwebaze, S., E. Bevilacqua, R. Briggs, and T. Volk. Soil organic carbon under the linear simultaneous agroforestry system. Agroforestry Systems. 84(1): 11-23. 

  • 2011. Kiernan, D., E. Bevilacqua, and R.D. Nyland. Predicting sugar maple mortality in managed uneven-aged northern hardwood stands. Northern Journal of Applied Forestry. 29(1): 43-4. 

  • 2011. Bueno, S. and E. Bevilacqua. Developing a diameter-distribution prediction system for Pinus occidentalis in La Sierra, Dominican Republic. Revista Chapingo Serie Ciencias Forestales y del Ambiente. 17(1): 115-132. 

  • 2011. Anderson, N., R.H. Germain and E. Bevilacqua. GIS-based spatial analysis of sawmill wood procurement in the Northern Forest. Journal of Forestry. 109(1): 34-42. 

  • 2010. Bueno, S. and E. Bevilacqua. Modeling stem diameter increment in individual Pinus occidentalis Sw. trees in La Sierra, Dominican Republic. Forest Systems 19(2): 170-183. 

  • 2010. Anderson, N., E. Bevilacqua and R.H. Germain. Competition for Sawlogs in the Northern Forest: An Analysis of Overlapping Sawmill Woodsheds. In Mapping Forestry, Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI), Redlands, CA.

  • 2005. Bevilacqua, E., D. Puttock, T.J. Blake, and D. Burgess. Long-term differential stem growth responses in mature eastern white pine following release from competition. Can. J. For. Res. 35: 511-520.



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