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    Food and Resource Economics Department

    Food and Resource Economics Department

Damian Adams

Professor and Associate Dean for Research

Natural Resource Economics and Policy, School of Forest Resources and Conservation and Food and Resource Economics Department

  • Research

    Research Interests

    Natural resource economics and policy, with emphasis on invasive species, carbon sequestration, and water resources. In these contexts, I focus on evaluation the economic value of ecosystem goods and services using preference-based valuation, bioeconomic modeling, and legal analysis of natural resource policy and law.

  • Teaching

    Classes Taught

    • AEB3450 - Introduction to Natural Resource & Environmental Economics
    • FNR4660 - Natural Resource Policy & Economics
    • FOR6934 - Natural Resource Policy & Economics

Damian Adams


G040 McCarty Hall D

  • Education
    • Ph.D Food and Resource Economics, University of Florida 2007
    • M.S. Environmental Policy, University of Cambridge 2004
    • J.D./M.A.B Law & Agribusiness, Levin College of Law, and College of Agriculture, University of Florida 2001
    • B.S. Economics, Summa cum laude, Warrington College of Business, University of Florida 1997
  • Publications