Robert Griffin, PhD

Research Assistant Professor

SMAST / Fisheries Oceanography

508-910-6322

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School for Marine Science & Technology East, New Bedford 130


Education

2012University of Rhode IslandPhD
2003University of Rhode IslandBA

Teaching

  • Environmental Economics
  • Resource Economics
  • Ecosystem Services
  • Marine Policy

Teaching

Courses

An examination of the economic, public policy and regulatory issues affecting coastal zone resources. The focus will be on specific case studies with an emphasis on examining policy and environmental issues. Students will be involved in projects on specific cases.

Seminar discussions and presentations based on research or detailed literature surveys.

Seminar discussions and presentations based on research or detailed literature surveys.

Research

Research Activities

  • Co-appointment at the Natural Capital Project at Stanford University

Research

Research Interests

  • Marine and coastal Ecosystem services
  • Experimental economics

Select publications

LA Rogers, R Griffin, T Young, E Fuller, KS Martin, ML Pinsky (2019).
Shifting habitats expose fishing communities to risk under climate change
Nature Climate Change, 9

MN Conte, R Griffin
Private Benefits of Conservation and Procurement Auction Performance
Environmental and Resource Economics, 73, 759–790.

KH Wyatt, R Griffin, AD Guerry, M Ruckelshaus, M Fogarty, KK Arkema (2017).
Habitat risk assessment for regional ocean planning in the US Northeast and Mid-Atlantic
PLOS ONE, 12

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