|James N. Sanchirico|
Environmental Science and Policy
University of California, Davis
Resources for the Future
UC Davis Center for Environmental Policy and Behavior
UC Davis John Muir Institute for the Environment
Jean Sanchirico (sister)
Law and Economic
Research by Chris Sanchirico (brother)
Recent lab news:
Sample of current lab projects:
- Analysis of the design and performance of catch shares for commercial fisheries both in developing and developed countries
- Valuing the ecosystem services from mangrove ecosystems, including blue carbon
- Willingness to pay for shark conservation in the Eastern Tropical Pacific
- Management of the spiny lobster fishery in the Bahamas
- Understanding the biodiversity implications of ballot measures for land conservation
- Economics and ecology of forage fish species
- Eradication and restoration trade-offs with Spartina in SF Bay
Sample of publications: (Please go to the research tab for inquires regarding reprints):
Lampert, A., A. Hastings, E. D. Grosholz, S. L.
Jardine, and J.N. Sanchirico. Optimal approaches for balancing invasive
species eradication and endangered species management. Science.
2014 (May 30). 334(6187): 1028-1030.
Jardine, S., C. Lin, J.N. Sanchirico. Measuring benefits from a
Cooperative in the Copper River fishery. American Journal of
Agricultural Economics. 2014. 1-18
Kroetz, K., J.N. Sanchirico, P. Armsworth, H. S.
Banzhaf. Benefits of the Ballot Box for Species Conservation.
Ecology Letters. 2014. 17(3): p. 294-302
Siikamaki, J., J.N. Sanchirico, S. Jardine. Global economic potential for reducing carbon dioxide emissions from mangrove loss.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), 2012