IoE Rough Cut Science - Dr. John Loomis - "Economic Valuation of River Restoration"
- Wednesday, March 7, 2018 from 12:00pm to 1:00pm
- Barnard Hall, 126 - view map
Dr. John Loomis will give a talk titled "Economic Valuation of River Restoration: An Analysis of the Valuation Literature and its Uses in Decision Making" at noon on Wednesday, March 7 in Barnard Hall 126.
Dr. John Loomis is a Professor of Environmental Economics at Colorado State University. He performs research on the economic valuation of non-marketed natural resources such as rivers, recreational fisheries, public lands, endangered species, water quality, and forest fire management. His research methods include the use of surveys, and involve techniques such as the travel cost, contingent valuation and hedonic property methods. He has worked extensively with state and federal agencies throughout the U.S., and with colleagues in Chile, China, Spain and Vietnam. He has authored over 250 journal articles and four books and is a Fellow of both the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists and the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association.