The 2016 Western Forest Economists 51st Annual Meeting and took place May 3 to May 4, 2016 at the University of Washington Center for Urban Horticulture.
Potential Economic Impact of Biofuels Industry Expansion in Maine
James L. Anderson III, Mindy S. Crandall, Jonathan Rubin
Willingness to Pay for Wood-based Cellulosic Biofuels among Washington and Oregon Communities
Nabin Baral, Stanley T. Asah and Sergey Rabotyagov
Market Research on Michigan’s Forest Product Sectors: Contribution, Competitive Advantage and Structural Path Analyses
Stephen Cooke, Greg Alward, David Kay and Phil Watson
Local Labor Markets and Rural Youth Aspirations in Forest-Dependent Communities
Mindy S. Crandall, Ph.D. and Jessica E. Leahy, Ph.D.
Log Export Statistics in Alaska: The Conversion Factor Problem
Jean M. Daniels, Ph.D.
The Tongass National Forest Timber Demand Analysis
Jean M. Daniels, PhD
Prioritizing Habitat Restoration for Endangered Salmon: Getting the Most Ban for Your Buck
Robby Fonner, Jon Honea, Jeff Jorgensen, Michelle McClure, Mark Plummer
Can Forest Health Restoration be Successful for California? A 40 Year BioSum Scenario That Could Work
Jeremy Fried, Sara Loreno, Benktesh Sharma, Carlin Starrs, Bill Stewart
Agricultural Afforestation for Carbon Sequestration Under Carbon Markets: Leakage Behavior from Regional Allowance Programs
David Haim, Eric White, Ralph Alig
Pacific Northwest Log Export Trends
Bioenergy Production as an Alternative Dairy Manure Management Strategy
Janak Joshi, Jingjing Wang
The Economic Sleuth: Tracking Carbon in British Columbia’s Forests(WFE2016)
G Cornelius van Kooten, Craig M.T. Johnston, and Baojing Sun
Evaluating Land Use and Forest Management Responses to a Potential Forest Carbon Offset Sales Program in Western Oregon
Greg Latta, Darius Adams, Kathleen Bell, Jeff Kline
Role of Environmental Trade Legislation in Curbing Use of Illegal Wood Use in China and Vietnam
Benjamin Roe, Ivan Eastin, Indroneil Ganguly, Cindy Chen
Financial Puzzle of Timber Price Predictions
William E. Schlosser, Ph.D.
Timberland’s Financial Optimization: Financial Optimization Using the Date You Already Have
William E. Schlosser, Ph.D.
Forest-Based Carbon Offsets: Contract Duration, Enrollment, and Permanence
Matthew R. Sloggy and Greg S. Latta
Simulating Timber Harvests in a Changing Climate: An Integrated Approach
Matthew R. Sloggy, Andrew J. Plantinga, and Greg S. Latta
Economic Valuation of Carbon Sequestration in Semi-Arid Mediterranean Climates: An Ecosystem Services Application to Chaparral Landscapes in National Forests
Lorie Srivastava, Ph.D., Michael Hand, Ph.D., Cloé Garnache, Frank Lupi
A Tale of Two Forests Governing Fairytales and Pseudo-science in the Great Bear Rainforest
William L. Wagner, PhD, R.P.F.