304 Bray Hall
1 Forestry Dr.
Syracuse, New York 13210
Ph.D., Colorado State University (Forestry and Wood Science), 1990.
Forest resource economics. My research focuses primarily on developing mathematical and economic models to critically analyze questions concerning the sustainable management and use of forest resources.
Graduate Research Topic
I am researching the factors that influence land use change in the Northern Forest Region.
Escobedo, F., S, T. Kroeger, and J.E. Wagner. Urban Forests and pollution mitigation: Analyzing Ecosystem services and disservices. Environmental Pollution. In Press
Wagner, J.E. Misinterpreting the Internal Rate of Return in Sustainable Forest Management Planning and Economic Analysis. Journal of Sustainable Forestry. In Press.
Shuifa, K., J.E. Wagner, L. Zhou, W. Yali, and Z. Yan. 2010. The situations and potentials of forest carbon sink and employment creation from aforestation in China. International Forestry Review. 12(3):247-255.
Escobedo, F., S. Varela, M. Zhao, J.E. Wagner, and W. Zipperer. 2010. Analyzing the efficacy of subtropical urban forests in offsetting carbon emissions from cities. Environmental Science and Policy. 13:362-372.
Nordman, E., and J.E. Wagner. 2010. Incorporating acquisition costs in forestland open space programs: Lessons from conservation biology and applications. Journal of Forestry. 108(6):282-287.
Wagner, J.E. 2009. Expected Rates of Value Growth for Individual Sugar Maple Crop Trees in the Great Lakes Region: A Comment. Northern Journal of Applied Forestry. 25(4):141-145.
Pailler, S., J.E. Wagner, J.G. McPeak, and D.W. Floyd. 2009. Identifying Conservation Opportunities among Malinké Bushmeat Hunters of Guinea, West Africa. Human Ecology, 37(6):761-774
Wagner J. E. 2011. Forestry Economics: A Managerial Approach. Routledge Textbooks in Environmental and Agricultural Economics. Routledge Press, London (ISBN: 978-0-415-77476-5) (Expected publication date 1 June 2011 http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415774765/)
Mart?ez de Anguita, Pablo and John E. Wagner. 2010. Environmental Social Accounting Matrices: Theory and application. Routledge Studies in Ecological Economics, Routledge Press, London (ISBN13: 978-0-415-77630-1)