Doctor of Philosophy, 1982, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA.
Emphasis: Resource Economics
Master of Science, 1977, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA.
Bachelor of Science, 1970, C.W. Post College - Brookville, NY.
PROFESSIONAL, TEACHING, AND RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
Arthur Temple College of Forestry and Agriculture, Stephen F. Austin State University
2006/Present: Director, Center for Economic Development and Research
2002-Present: Bone Hill Foundation Distinguished Professor of Resource Economics
2001-2002: Professor of Resource Economics and Management
1993-2001: Associate Professor of Resource Economics and Management
1989-1993: Assistant Professor of Resource Economics and Management
Albers and Associates, Northport, NY
North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC
1983-1986: Assistant Professor of Resource Economics
1982-1983: Post-Doctorate in Resource Economics
1975-1981: Research Assistant
Optimal Thinning and Harvesting Schedules for Loblolly Pine
Economic Analysis of Carbon Sequestration in Loblolly Pine Plantations
An economic analysis of supply and demand for wood-fired power plants in East Texas
Integrating forestry into a water quality trading program
The effect of timing and intensity of thinning strategies and site quality on carbon sequestration in loblolly pine plantations in the Western Gulf states
Profitability of storing carbon in bottomland hardwood forests in the Lower Mississippi River Alluvial Valley.
Trinity River BLH Post-Plant Monitoring
Composition of Bio-oil from Loblolly Pine
OFF-CAMPUS CONSULTING, PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES, SPECIAL HONORS (LAST FIVE YEARS)
Ducks Unlimited, Mississippi