- Interdisciplinary Team Leader
- Project Coordination
- National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Compliance
- Writing and Editing
- Benefit:Cost Analysis
- Economic Impact Estimation
- Minerals Management
- Bachelor of Science, Forestry, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
- Master of Science, Urban and Regional Planning, University of Iowa
- Ph.D., Forest Policy and Economics, North Carolina State University
Lander, T.B. 2000. The employment impacts of timber harvest constraints: An analysis of the derived demand for labor in the Southeastern lumber sector. Ph.D. Dissertation. North Carolina State University.
Lander, T.B.; R.C. Abt. 1995. Sensitivity of employment and income estimates to substitution and labor definitions. In J. Caulfield, ed. A world of forestry. Proceedings of the 25th Annual Southern Forest Economics Workshop. New Orleans, LA: April 15-17, 1995.
Lander, T.B.; Abt, R.C. 1994. Estimating the employment impacts of timber harvest constraints: An analysis of the derived demand for labor in the southern lumber sector. In D.H. Newman and M.E. Aronow, eds. Forest economics on the edge. Proceedings of the 24th Annual Southern Forest Economics Workshop. Savannah, GA: March 27-29, 1994.
Burch, J.R.; Pacheco, G.; Abt, R.C.; and Lander, T.B. 1993. Analysis of Hurricane Hugo timber supply impacts: Welfare effects for South Carolina. In D.N. Wear, ed. Policy and forestry: Design, evaluation, and spillovers. Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Southern Forest Economics Workshop. Durham, NC: April 21-23, 1993.
Bart began his Forest Service career as a forestry technician working in minerals administration on the Arapaho-Roosevelt National Forest. Prior to joining TEAMS, he worked seven years as a NEPA planner and district environmental coordinator on National Forests in Oregon and Idaho. He has worked as IDT leader and as IDT NEPA consultant on various projects including vegetation management, fire and insect salvage, fuels management, recreation, range, and minerals, and has served on regional appeal review teams and a 1900-1 cadre. Bart began working for TEAMS in 2009.