Jose J. Sanchez
4955 Canyon Crest Drive
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My research interest is the valuation of forest ecosystem services and how those values are impacted by changes in vegetation due to natural/man-made disturbances and/or changes in climate conditions. Current research focuses on the economic values people and communities derive from forests, such as recreation, water quality and quantity, and carbon sequestration. Other research interests are fire economics (efficient management of wildfire prevention and suppression efforts) and understanding the social and economic barriers of underrepresented communities to outdoor recreation.
- University of California, Riverside, Ph.D. Environmental Sciences 2014
- Washington State University, M.S. Statistics 2004
- University of California, Irvine, B.A. Economics 2002
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- González-Cabán, Armando; Sánchez, José J. 2017. Minority households willingness to pay for public and private wildfire risk reduction in Florida.
- Sanchez, Jose; Baerenklau, Ken; Gonzalez-Caban, Armando. 2016. Valuing hypothetical wildfire impacts with a Kuhn Tucker model of recreation demand.
- Holmes , Tom; Gonzalez-Caban, Armando; Loomis, John ; Sanchez, Jose. 2013. The effect of personal experience on choice-based preferences for wildfire protection programs.
- Sánchez, José J.; Baerenklau, Ken; González-Cabán, Armando; Schwabe, Kurt. 2013. Economics of forest fire management: Spatial accounting of costs and benefits.
- González-Cabán, Armando; Holmes, Thomas P.; Loomis, John B.; Sánchez, José J. 2013. Does personal experience affect choice-based preferences for wildfire protection programs.
- Benoit, John W.; González-Cabán, Armando; Fujioka, Francis M.; Chen, Shyh-Chin; Sanchez, José J. 2013. Spatial allocation of market and nonmarket values in wildland fire management: A case study.
- Moya, Daniel; González-Cabán, Armando; Sánchez, José J.; de la Heras, José. 2013. Recreational use management and wildfires in Southern California: Using GIS and visual landscape simulation models for economic assessment.
- Garnache, Cloé; Srivastava, Lorie; Sánchez, José J; Lupi, Frank . 2018. Recreation ecosystem services from chaparral dominated landscapes: a baseline assessment from national forests in Southern California.
- Haase, Sally M.; Sánchez, José; Weise, David R. 2016. Evaluation of standard methods for collecting and processing fuel moisture samples.
- Bengston, David N.; Sanchez, Jose J. 2004. Hispanic American views on the stewardship of federal land management agencies: An exploratory analysis of the Ethnic NewsWatch Database.
- Bengston, David N.; Sanchez, Jose J. 2004. Hispanic American views on the stewardship of federal land management agencies: an exploratory analysis of the Ethnic NewsWatch database.
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