PhD, 1990, Economics, University of Washington
MF, 1986, Forest Economics, University of Washington
BS, 1984, Forest Management, Oregon State University
BA, 1976, Fine Art, Portland State University
Economics of biodiversity, forest land use trade-offs, economics of wildland fire
- Cost-effective forest wildfire management: Incentives matter
- Community considerations in prioritizing forest fire fuel treatments
- Letting fires burn: an analysis of the opportunity cost of fire suppression
- Computational sustainability: computational methods for a sustainable environment, economy, and society
- Integrating ecological and social data to optimize economic decisions on wildlife corridors
- FOR 331 - Forest Resources Economics II
- AEC 512 - Microeconomic Theory I
- FOR 534 - Economics of the Forest Resource
Montgomery, C.A. [forthcoming] Institutional environments and arrangements for managing complex aquatic ecosystems in forested landscapes. Forest Policy and Economics.
Montgomery, C.A. and Crandall, M. [forthcoming]. The economics of old-growth forests. Ch. 12 In: Kant, S. and J. Alavalapati (eds.) Handbook of forest economics. Oxford UK: Earthscan Pub.
Adams, D.M. and Montgomery, C.A. [forthcoming]. Economic analysis of forest products markets. Ch. 136 In: Shogren, J.F. (ed.) Encyclopedia of energy, natural resource and environmental economics. Elsevier Academic Press.
Montgomery, C.A. [forthcoming]. Fire: an agent and a consequence of land use change. Ch. 13 In: Duke, J.M. and J. Wu (eds.) The Oxford handbook of land economics. UK: Oxford University Press.
Busby, G., Albers, H.J., and Montgomery, C.A. 2012. Wildfire risk management: spatial interdependence and strategic interaction. Land Economics. 88: 496-517.
Nelson, E., Montgomery, C.A., Conte, M., and Polasky, S. 2011. The provisioning value of timber and non-timber forest products. Ch. 8 In: Kareiva, P., Tallis, H., Ricketts, T.H., Daily, G., and Polasky, S. (eds.) Natural capital: Theory and practice of mapping ecosystem services, UK: Oxford University Press.
Lai*, K.J., Gomes, C.P., Schwartz, M.K., McKelvey, K.S., Calkin, D.E., and Montgomery, C.A. 2011. The Steiner multigraph problem: wildlife corridor design for multiple species. In: Proceedings of the 25th Conference on Artificial Intelligence, San Francisco, CA, (August 7–11, 2011).
Konoshima, M., Albers, H.J., Montgomery, C.A., and Arthur J.A. 2010. Optimal spatial patterns of fuel management and timber harvest with fire risk. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 40(1):95-108.
Polasky, S, Nelson, E., Camm, J. Csuti, B. Fackler, P., Longsodr, E., Montgomery, C., White, D., Arthur, J., Garber-Yonts, B., Haight, R., Kagan, J., Starfield, T. and Tobalske, C. 2008. Where to put things? Spatial land management with biological and economic returns. Biological Conservation 141: 1505-1524. (42, 58).
Konoshima, M., Montgomery, C.A., Albers, H.J., and Arthur, J.L. 2008. Spatial endogenous fire risk and efficient fuel management and timber harvest. Land Economics 84(3):449468. (5, 8).
Busby, G.M., and Montgomery, C.A. 2007. The opportunity cost of forest certification on private land in western Oregon. Western Journal of Applied Forestry 22(1):55-60. (3,1).
Montgomery, C.A., Latta, G., and Adams, D.M. 2006. The cost of achieving old-growth forest structure. Land Economics 82(2):240-256. (7, 5).
Montgomery, C.A., and Helvoigt, T. 2006. Changes in attitudes about importance of and willingness to pay for salmon recovery in Oregon. Journal of Environmental Management 78(4):330-340. (5, 7).
Nalle, D.J., Arthur, J.L., and Montgomery, C.A. 2005. Economic impacts of adjacency and green-up constraints on timber production at a landscape scale. Journal of Forest Economics 10(4):189-205. (0, 1).
Arthur, J.L., Camm, J., Haight, R.G., Montgomery, C.A., and Polasky, S. 2004. Weighing conservation objectives: maximum expected coverage versus endangered species protection. Ecological Applications 14(6):1936–1945. (18, 30).
Nalle, D.J., Montgomery, C.A., Arthur, J.L., Schumaker, N.H., and Polasky, S. 2004. Modeling joint production of wildlife and timber in forests, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 48(3):997-1017. (51, 66)
Latta, G., Montgomery, C.A. 2004. Minimizing the cost of stand level management for older forest structure in western Oregon, Western Journal of Applied Forestry 19(4):221-231. (6, 8)
Lichtenstein, M.E., and Montgomery, C.A. 2003. Biodiversity and timber in the Coast Range of Oregon: inside the production possibility frontier, Land Economics 79(1):5673. (22, 32)
Lee, Yohan. 2012. Changing housing density in the rural Midwest. MS. Oregon State University.
Houtman, Rachel. 2011. Letting wildfires burn: Modeling the change in future suppression costs as the result of a suppress versus a let-burn management choice. MS. Oregon State University.
Busby, Gwen. 2008. Interaction of private and public forest fire risk management decisions. PhD. Oregon State University.
Konoshima, Masashi. 2006. Spatially explicit intertemporal forest management decision under risk of fire. PhD. Oregon State University.
Langpap, Christian. 2002. Modeling private nonindustrial forest landowners and conservation incentives. PhD. Oregon State University.
Nalle, Darek. 2001. Optimizing spatial and temporal aspects of nature reserve design under economic and ecological objectives. PhD. Oregon State University.