CEnREP faculty on the move this summer
Summer has been a busy season for the CEnREP faculty. In addition to participation in August’s Camp Resources XXVI meeting in Asheville, NC, our faculty have presented research at the following meetings over the last few months:
- Justin Baker presented “Downscaling Global Forestry Projections to Regional Conditions” and “Evaluating Aggregation Bias with a Structural Model of the U.S. Forest Sector” at the International Society of Forest Resource Economists, May 14-15, in Columbus, OH.
- Eric Edwards presented “Land Tenure and Irrigation on an American Indian Reservation” at the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists Annual Summer Conference, May 30-31, in Lake Tahoe, CA.
- Sara Sutherland presented “”Water Demand Response to Un-Conservation Pricing” at the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists Annual Summer Conference, May 30-31, in Lake Tahoe, CA.
- Eric Edwards presented “Land Ownership and Irrigation on American Indian Reservations” at the Ostrom Workshop, June 19-22, in Bloomington, IN.
- Roger von Haefen presented “A Zonal Travel Cost Approach to Estimating Recreational Damages from the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill” at the LEEPin2019 Meeting, June 24-25, in Exeter, England.
- Roger von Haefen presented “Should Single Day and Mulitple Day Trips Be Pooled when Estimating Travel Cost Models?” at the European AERE Meeting, June 26-29, in Manchester, England.
- Justin Baker presented “Climate Change, International Trade, and Food Security” at the American Agricultural Economics Association Annual Meeting, July 21-23, in Atlanta, GA.
- Wally Thurman presented “Pollination Markets and Bee Forage” and participated in a panel on Pollinator Valuation at Apimondia, the International Apicultural Congress, September 8-12, in Montreal, Quebec.
- Justin Baker presented “Management and Market Considerations when Projecting Forest Carbon Stocks and Mitigation Potential” at the Impacts of Land Use and Land Management on Earth System Evolution meeting, September 15-20, in Snowmass, CO.