Crow White, Ph.D.
Crow White is a Postdoctoral researcher. His research focus is on theoretical and applied, temporally- and spatially-explicit bio-economic modeling of alternative renewable natural resource management strategies, and empirical evaluation of the ecological implications of these strategies. In his work at UCSB he is designing and testing ecosystem-based and resource rights-based solutions to conservation and market failures in fishery management. Additionally, he works on decision-theoretic and portfolio theory analysis of tradeoffs among interacting ecosystem services, and develops and applies marine spatial planning for mediating user group conflicts.