About the Social and Economic Analysis (SEA) Branch

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The Social and Economic Analysis (SEA) branch is an interdisciplinary group of scientists whose primary functions are to conduct both theoretical and applied social science research, provide technical assistance, and offer training to support the development of skills in natural resource management activities.

The scientists associated with the following research topics all work to provide scientific understanding and support for the management and conservation of natural resources.

Economics and Ecosystem Services (James Meldrum, Cathy Cullinane Thomas and Christopher Huber

Human Dimensions of Resource Management (Rudy Schuster)

Policy Analysis and Decision Support (Amanda Cravens and Nina Burkardt)

Agricultural Practices (Mark Vandever)

 

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