Adam Daigneault – Research
Dr. Daigneault’s primary research is on modelling economic impacts of environmental policy on the forestry and agricultural sectors. He also conducts research on climate change mitigation and adaptation, invasive species control, and valuing ecosystem services. Adam has worked extensively on policy analysis relating to climate change, biofuels, and international and domestic land use change in the US, New Zealand, the Pacific Islands, and India.
Research interests include:
- Partial and general equilibrium modelling
- Land use and land cover change
- Climate change and freshwater policy analysis
- Benefits and costs of invasive species management
- Timber market analysis
- Community and Socio-economic resilience
More details on my research can be found on ResearchGate.