John C Tyndall
To date, my research weaves financial, economic and social perspectives into multi-disciplinary work examining the economic and ecological capacity of various landscapes/watersheds to be managed for broader arrays of ecosystem services while maintaining high commodity production rates. Specifically, my primary area of research involves multi-scale financial (enterprise level) and economic (landscape scale) analysis of private land use in multiple physical contexts: agriculture, forests and urban areas.
- FOR 204: Forest Ecosystem Decision-Making
- FOR 451: Natural Resource Economics
- FOR 454: Senior Forestry Praticum (Co-teach with Dick Schultz)
- NREM 482/582: Ecosystem Service Management in Agricultural Landcapes (Co-teach with Matt O'Neal and Matt Helmers)
- NREM 570: Advanced Decision Making and Resource Allocation
Please explore the various projects currently being worked on by PLUS Lab folks and our collaborators.