Dr Timothy Peters

Lecturer in Woodland Management


I am a Lecturer in Woodland Management and member of the Forestry@Bangor teaching team. I am module organiser for the Woodland Conservation (DXX-2025) and Forestry Study Tour (DXX-2016) and assist with Forestry in the 21st Century (DXX-1003). My background was in arboriculture and horticulture. I moved to North Wales in 2011 to begin my forestry journey completing a BSc degree in Forestry. I then worked breifly for UKCEH before commencing a PhD in 2016 investigatng the role of plant microbe symbiosis on belowground cycling on carbon in temperate forests, particularly mycorrhizal fungi and nitrogen-fixing bacteria. My research interests include forest mycology, susyainable tree nursery production and heritage apples and orchards. I am also the Woodland Manager of Llyn Parc Mawr Community Woodland, part of Newborough Forest, Anglesey's largest woodland.

Teaching and Supervision

Module organiser for:

  • DXX-2024 Woodland Conservation
  • DXX-2016 Forestry Study Tour

Module contributor on:

  • DXX-1003 Forestry in the 21st Century
  • DXX-1006 Making Snowdonia
  • DXX-3701 Research Project
  • DDL-4204 Forest Ecosystems
  • DXX-1007 Academic Tutorial
  • DXX-3301 Forest Ecology
  • DXX-4517 Forest Ecology and Resources
  • DDL-4201 Social Issues in Forestry
  • DDL-4202 Silviculture
  • DDL-4205 Inventory, Assessment and Monitoring
  • DDL-4536 Urban Forestry
  • DDL-4999 MSc Dissertation
  • DXX-1001 Ecosystem Function and Services
  • DXX-2004 Silviculture and Inventory
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