Daniel Bigelow is a Research Agricultural Economist in the Farm Economy Branch of the Rural and Resource Economics Division. He studies land use and land valuation, with particular emphasis on the microeconomic foundations through which aggregate land-use patterns and trends emerge. Additional areas of research in which Dan holds an active interest are the economics of climate change and water resources.
Rural America
How We Use Land in the United States and How That Has Changed
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