Erin Sills

Professor and Interim Department Head

Grants

  • Innovations in the Theory and Application of Models for Human and Natural Caused Disturbances in Forests
  • The Sociohydrological System of a Tropical Forest Frontier: Land-Climate-Water Feedbacks and Farmer Adaptation
  • Johns Island Community Conservation Initiative: Ecosystem Services Mapping and Land Protection Toolkit
  • PIRE: Confronting Energy Poverty: Building an Interdisciplinary Evidence Base, Network, and Capacity for Transformative Change
  • Determining Use, Economic Impacts and Value of Game Lands in North Carolina
  • Improving Models for Forecasting Suppression Expenditures by Federal Land Management Agencies
  • Systematic Development of a Software System for the Implementation of Multiple Statistical Suppression Expenditure Forecasts for Federal Land Management Agencies
  • Market and Non-Market Valuation of Swans in North Carolina
  • Harnessing Secondary Socio-Economic Data to Analyze Forest Conservation Interventions
  • Valuation of Forest Ecosystem Services
Erin Sills