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AREC 340 - Introduction: Economics of Natural Resources

  • 3 credits

This course is an introduction to natural resource economics. The tools learned in the principles of economics are applied to a diverse set of natural resource issues and policies including: forestry, mining, marine, climate change, wildlife, biodiversity, agriculture, and recreation. In examining these issues, students will become better acquainted with resource economics models and decision making, applied welfare analysis, and multi-generational economics problems.

Credit not allowed for both AREC 340 and ECON 340.


AREC 202 (Agricultural and Resource Economics) or ECON 202 (Principles of Microeconomics)


Andrew F. Seidl

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