Environmental Economics

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Lake Erie Algae: Views of Ohioans on Causes and Solutions, Pre- and Post-Toledo
Brian Roe , McCormick Professor of Agricultural Marketing and Policy, presents a summary of his presentation at the 2014-2015 Agricultural Policy and Outlook Conference Series : " Lake Erie Algae: Views of Ohioans on Causes and Solutions, Pre- and Post-Toledo ."

In The Press

August 15, 2019
A consulting company, Key-Log Economics has just released a report estimating the economic benefits from phosphorus reductions in Lake Erie (http://www.keylogeconomics.com/lakeerievalue.html). This report adds up estimates from a variety of studies and attempts to calculate a summary estimate. They calculate that eliminating harmful algal blooms would bring up to $437 million in annual benefits to beach users and anglers in Lake Erie.