Center for Natural Resource Economics & Policy Announces First Call for Abstracts
The Center for Natural Resource Economics and Policy (CNREP) is announcing a call for abstracts for: CNREP 2013: Challenges of Natural Resource Economics & Policy, the 4th National Forum on Socioeconomic Research in Coastal Systems.
The conference will be held March 24-26, 2013 in New Orleans, Louisiana. This triennial forum focuses on the opportunities and challenges of socioeconomic research in the development and evaluation of coastal resource restoration and management. Potential session topics include, but are not limited to, market and nonmarket valuation of ecosystem services and coastal resources, environmental benefit-cost analyses, economic linkage/impact assessment, input-output modeling, and comparative assessments of resource management and restoration policy.
Basic and applied research, extension-oriented, and policy discussion submissions are all welcome.
The deadline for abstract submission is November 12, 2012.
The call for abstracts is available at: http://www.cnrep.lsu.edu
For information about CNREP, go to: http://www.cnrep.lsu.edu/AboutCNREP.html
For additional information, contact:
Rex H. Caffey, Professor and Director
Center for Natural Resource Economics & Policy
Louisiana Sea Grant and LSU AgCenter
179 Woodin Hall
Louisiana State University
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