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Justin Baker

Associate Professor

Forestry and Environmental Resources

Jordan Hall 3126


Justin uses geospatial analytics and structural economic models to capture spatial and temporal dependencies between markets, natural resource systems, infrastructure and policy constraints. He develops research questions covering a wide range of modeling topics, including forestry and agricultural sector projections, food-energy-water nexus sustainability, climate change mitigation and adaptation policy, interactions between trade policy and the environment, and energy policy. He also is the Director of the Southern Forest Resource Assessment Consortium (SOFAC), directs the Resource Economics and Sustainability Lab, is a faculty affiliate with the Center for Environmental and Resource Economic Policy (CEnREP), a research theme lead for the NSF STC Science and Technologies for Phosphorus Sustainability (STEPS) Center, and holds a guest researcher affiliation with the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA).


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