Associate Professor, Forestry and Extension
Patrick (Pat) Minogue is Associate Professor of Silviculture with the School of Forest, Fisheries, and Geomatics Sciences and is housed at the North Florida Research & Education Center in Quincy. Pat supports the school’s mission to develop and communicate new knowledge for management and conservation of forest resources in an economically, ecologically and socially sustainable manner.
As a member of the graduate faculty he participates in graduate education, chairs graduate committees and supervises graduate research. He is also an affiliate faculty with the School of Natural Resources and Environment and the University of Florida Water Institute.
Pat has more than 30 years experience in agricultural, forestry, and environmental research working with USDA ARS Beltsville, North Carolina State University, Auburn University, Cyanamid, BASF and as a private forestry and environmental consultant in the southeastern and western United States.
He has been a licensed forester in Alabama and Georgia for many years, and was instrumental in developing herbicide technology for reforestation and improved productivity and health of southern pine and hardwood forests.
- PhD, Tree Physiology, Auburn University, 1990
- MS, Forest Soils and Silviculture, North Carolina State University, 1981
- BS, General Agriculture, University of Maryland, 1977