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About John C. Tyndall

John is a social scientist with broad interests in environmental and natural resource economics, policy and sociology within forestry and agriculture. Specifically his research to date has emphasized: 1) Sociology and economics of biomass based energy systems 2) Socio-economics of sustainable agriculture and technology emphasizing local air-quality management and ecological buffer systems (i.e. shelterbelts, riparian buffers, agroforestry systems); 3) natural resource and environmental quality management in rural/urban interfaces; (4) Nonmarket valuation studies involving environmental quality enhancement and/or protection in agricultural settings; and 5) Forest management issues in regions with limited yet vital forest resources.


Present Associate Professor, Iowa State University Department of Natural Resource Ecology and Management

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238 Science II
2310 Pammel Dr
Ames, IA 50011


Articles (20)

Dissertation (1)

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