Dr. Ed de Steiguer specializes in natural resource policy and planning on public lands. He has expertise in the use of economic and quantitative methods for the evaluation of natural resource projects and policies. His current research includes integrated watershed planning, meta-analysis of rangeland water yield experiments, analysis of global change policy and carbon emissions trading. His teaching includes courses in natural resource economics, planning and policy.
Biological Sciences East, Room 312
School of Natural Resources & the Environment
PhD, Forest Policy and Economics, Texas A&M University, 1979