Eli Fenichel

Associate Professor

Curriculum Vitae

Curriculum Vitae

 

About

Eli Fenichel’s research approaches natural resource management and sustainability as a portfolio management problem by considering natural resources as a form of capital. He is interested in how people can and do allocate natural resources and natural resource risks through time.  This leads to a strong interest in feedbacks among humans, ecosystems, and the management of coupled ecological-economic processes. His research is applied in a wide variety of systems including: natural capital valuation, fisheries, infectious disease, groundwater, tropical forests, and grasslands. 

 

Courses

Course Fall 2019 Spring 2020 Fall 2020 Spring 2021
611
Introduction to Environmental Data Science (First Class begins Sept 6)
Fenichel
F - 2:30-4:30
   
624
Economics of Sustainability
Fenichel
M,W - 10:30-11:50
   
730
Economics of Sustainability
    Fenichel
Tentative
762
Applied Math for Environmental Studies (AMES):Foundations for Measuring and Modeling Environmental and Socio-environmental Systems
Fenichel
M,W - 10:30-11:50
Fenichel
TBA - TBA