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Eric Schuck Professor

Eric Schuck

Professor

Education: B.A. Pacific Lutheran University; M.A. University of Montana; Ph.D. Washington State University

TJ Day 304

503-883-2385

eschuck@linfield.edu

Academic Interests:
Natural resource, environmental, and agricultural economics with an emphasis on water use during droughts and controlling agricultural runoff

Publications:

Genevieve Briand, David Holland, and Eric Schuck. Economic Impacts on Farms of Flow Augmentations in the Snake River Basin. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. Volume 44, No 2 (April 2008), pp. 360-366.

Clifford S. Russell, Christopher D. Clark, and Eric C. Schuck. Economic Instruments for Water Management in the Middle East and North Africa. International Journal of Water Resource Development. Volume 23, no. 4(December 2007), pages 659 - 677.

Eric Schuck, Gareth Green, Janet Clements and W. Marshall Frasier. The Importance of Institutional Structure in Controlling Agricultural Runoff. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. Volume 42, No. 6 (December 2006), pp. 1483-1492.

Eric C. Schuck, W. Marshall Frasier, Robert S. Webb, Lindsey J. Ellingson and Wendy J. Umberger. Adoption of More Technically Efficient Irrigation Systems as a Drought Response. International Journal of Water Resource Development. Volume 21, no. 4 (2005), pp. 651-662.

Eric C. Schuck and Gareth P. Green. Conserving One Water Source at the Expense of Another: The Role of Surface Water Price in Adoption of Wells in a Conjunctive Use System. International Journal of Water Resource Development, Volume 19, no. 1 (2003), pp. 55-66.

Eric C. Schuck, William Nganje, and Debazou Yantio. The Role of Land Tenure and Extension Education in the Adoption of Slash and Burn Agriculture. Ecological Economics, Volume 43, no. 1 (2002), pp. 61-70.

Eric C. Schuck and Gareth P. Green. Supply-Based Water Pricing in a Conjunctive Use System: Implications for Resource and Energy Use. Resource and Energy Economics Volume 24, no. 3, (2002), pp 175-193.

Eric C. Schuck and Gareth P. Green. Field Attributes, Water Pricing, and Irrigation Technology Adoption. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, Volume 56, no. 4 (2001), pp. 293- 298.