America's Renewable Resources: Historical Trends and Current Challenges

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Marion Clawson is a senior fellow emeritus at Resources for the Future, and a former director of the Bureau of Land Management of the U.S. Department of the Interior. With RFF since 1955, he has been director of RFF's land-use management studies, acting president of RFF, and vice president of RFF. He is the author of the RFF book The Federal Lands Revisited and coauthor of Statistics on Outdoor Recreation.

Pierre R. Crosson is a senior fellow in the Energy and Natural Resources Division at Resources for the Future. With RFF since 1965, he was formerly an economist with the Bank of America, the Tennessee Valley Authority, and the U.S. Bureau of Mines. He is coauthor of the RFF book Productivity Effects of Cropland Erosion in the United States.

Kenneth D. Frederick is a senior fellow in the Energy and Natural Resources Division at Resources for the Future. With RFF since 1971, he was director of RFF's former Renewable Resources Division, an economist with the U.S. Agency for International Development, and an assistant professor of economics at the California Institute of Technology. He is the author of the RFF book Water for Western Agriculture, and the editor of Scarce Water and Institutional Change. He is a member of the Water Science and Technology Board of the National Research Council.

B. Delworth Gardner is professor of economics at Brigham Young University. He has been professor of agricultural economics and director of the Giannini Foundation at the University of California, professor and head of the Department of Economics at Utah State University, and a visiting scholar at Resources for the Future. He has chaired the Committee on Rangeland Management for the Board of Agriculture of the National Academy of Sciences, and has published widely in the areas of range, water, and agricultural economics.

Winston Harrington is a senior fellow in the Quality of the Environment Division at Resources for the Future. During the 1990-1991 academic year he was visiting professor of economics at the University of California at Santa Barbara. With RFF since 1980, he is coauthor of the RFF books Enforcing Pollution Control Laws, Measuring Recreation Supply, and Economics and Episodic Disease: The Benefits of Preventing a Giardiasis Outbreak.

Roger A. Sedjo is a senior fellow in the Energy and Natural Resources Division at Resources for the Future. With RFF since 1977, he is director of RFF's Forest Economics and Policy Program, and a former economist with the U.S. Agency for International Development. He is coauthor of the RFF book The Long. Term Adequacy of World Timber Supply, and author of Investments in Forestry, Land Use and Public Policy (Westview Press) and Global Forests: Issues for Six Billion People (McGraw-Hill).

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