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Michelle A Haefele
Agricultural and Resource Economics
College of Agricultural Sciences

Clark Building Building, Room
  • Ph D, Colorado State University; Fields: Natural Resource and Environmental Economics, Econometrics
  • MS, Duke University; Natural Resource and Environmental Economics and Policy
  • BS, Colorado State University; Natural Resource Management

Michelle Haefele is a Research Scientist in the Dept of Agricultural and Resource Economics at Colorado State University with over fifteen years of experience in research on the economics of public land management with the USDA Forest Service, The Wilderness Society and Colorado State University.

Loomis, John B, Haefele, Michelle A, Dubovsky, James, Lien, Aaron M., Thogmartin, Wayne E., Diffendorfer, James, Humburg, Dale, Mattsson, Brady J., Bagstad, Kenneth, Semmens, Darius, Lopez-Hoffman, Laura, Merideth, Robert, (2018) Do economic values and expendutures for viewing waterfowl in the U.S. differ among species? Human Dimensions of Wildlife 23 6 587-596

Haefele, Michelle A, Loomis, John B, Merideth, Robert, Lien, Aaron, Semmens, Darius J., Dubovsky, James, Wiederholt, Ruscena, Thogmartin, Wayne E., Huang, Ta-Ken, McCracken, Gary, Medellin, Rodrigo A., Diffendorfer, James E., López-Hoffman, Laura, (2018) Willingness to Pay for Conservation of Transborder Migratory Species: A Case Study of the Mexican Free-Tailed Bat in the United States and Mexico Environmental Management

Loomis, John B, Haefele, Michelle A, (2017) Quantifying market and non-market benefits and costs of hydraulic fracturing in the United States: A summary of the literature Ecological Economics 138 160-167

Haefele, Michelle A, Loomis, John, Bilmes, Linda J., (2016) "Total Economic Valuatin of the National Park Service Lands and Programs: Results of a Survey of the American Public " Harvard Kennedy School Working Papers

Haefele, Michelle A, Loomis, John B, Bilmes, Linda, (2016) Total economic value of the US National Park Service estimated to be $92 billion: implications for policy The George Wright Forum 33 3 335-345

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