2019 Presentations

2019 Meeting

The 2019 Western Forest Economists 54th AnnualĀ Meeting took placeĀ June 2 to June 4, 2019 at the Best Western Plus in Hood River, Oregon.

2019 Presentations:

Adapting to Revenue Change Due to Declines in Timber Harvest
Byron Krempl, Tamara Cushing, and Greg Frey

Comprehensive Economic Evaluation of Bioenergy from Silvicultural Fuel Treatments
Robert Campbell and Nate Anderson

An Economic and Ecological Assessment of Pre-Commercial and Commercial Thinning
Meghan Thornton and Ted Howard

Results of the Pre-Test Assessing Adoption of Agroforestry in West Tanzania
Sonia Bruck, Olli-Pekka Kuusela, and Badege Bishaw

A Preliminary Probabilistic Cost-Benefit Analysis of Fuel Treatments in Western Canada
Nirmal Subedi

Economic Analysis of Wildfire Management Organizations
David Rossi and Olli-Pekka Kuusela

Analysis of Increased Federal Harvesting Using Good Neighbor Authority in the Inland Northwest
Cassandra Goodmansen, Greg Latta, Dennis Becker, Raju Pokharel, Greg Alward, and Chris Gambino

Social and Economic Values of BLM Managed Forests and Woodlands
Josh Sidon

Can Evidence of a Public Lands Burden be Found?
Chelsea McIver

Using Simulation to Assess the Accuracy of a Forest Inventory System
Steve Fairweather

Economic and Market Impacts of Swiss Needle Cast in Western Oregon
Greg Latta and Darius Adams

Climate Change, Social Cost of Carbon, and Forestry_Bioenergy
G Cornelis van Kooten, Mark Eiswerth, and Jonathan Izett

Structural Changes in the Forest Product Manufacturing Sector in British Columbia
Jiali Leng

Sawmill Processing Capacity in Southeast Alaska 2000 to 2017
Jean Daniels, Susan Alexander, Daniel Parrent, and Nicole Grewe

Rural Revitalization Through Community Based Forestry in Southern Washington
Jay McLaughlin

Pests, Wind, and Fire – Modeling Market Level Effects of Disturbance Risks in Age Structured Forests
Olli-Pekka Kuusela and Jussi Lintunen

The Impact of Federal Agencies and Outside Influences on Rural and Counties