2001 World Conference on Natural Resource Modeling
Logan, Utah, USA, June 27-30, 2001
Spatial and temporal dynamic models for the management of natural resources
This multidisciplinary conference is being sponsored by the Resource Modeling Association to provide a forum for new developments in modeling and analysis of natural resource systems, particularly ecological, economic and management aspects in forestry, fisheries, wildlife, agriculture, ecosystem and biodiversity conservation, and management of multiple use resources.
The conference is being hosted by the Economics Department at Utah State University.
Jon Conrad, Department of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, "Right Whales in the western North Atlantic: Population Dynamics and the Mortality from Ship Strikes and Entanglement in Fishing Gear"
Roger Sedjo, Director of Forest Economics and Policy Program at Resources for the Future, "Terrestrial Systems to Mitigate Climate Change"
Richard Lammers, Water Systems Analysis Group, University of New Hampshire, "Freshwater Resources at Continental and Global Scales"
Terry Quinn, Fisheries Division, School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences, University of Alaska, "Ruminations on the Development and Future of Fisheries Population Dynamic Models"
Tuesday 26 June
- Registration desk opens 7 pm. Social.
Wednesday 27 June
- Conference opening 8.30 am. Sessions all day. Barbeque 6:30 pm.
Thursday 28 June
- Conference sessions all day. Banquet 7 pm.
Friday 29 June
- Conference sessions all day.
Saturday 30 June
- Start of post-conference excursions
Call for Papers
Abstracts of 100-200 words are welcome, submitted by email@example.com if possible. Please note author's name and address, title of presentation, and whether oral or poster presentation is preferred.
Deadline: May 15, 2001
Registration fees include lunches, opening reception, barbeque, and banquet. All fees are in US dollars. Remember that you can pay member rates by joining with your registration for US$55. This is the same price as nonmember registration, but with all the benefits of a year's membership.
- Members (2001 dues paid)
- $100 before May 1st
- $125 after May 1st
- $155 before May 1st
- $180 after May 1st
- $30 (excluding banquet).
You can register online at our secure server, by mail or by fax.
- Online Registration Go to the conference registration page and register with Visa or Mastercard.
- Mail Registration: Complete the registration
form and mail with your check or credit card number and expiration date.
- Fax Registration: Complete the registration
form and fax with your credit card number and expiration date.
How to get to Logan
Fly to Salt Lake City, Utah and take the Cache Valley Limo Airport Shuttle, or rent a car.
Limousine service (Cache Valley Limo Airport Shuttle) is available from the Salt Lake City International Airport to Logan. The cost for one person one way is US$39.00. Reservations can be made through your travel agent at the time you obtain your air tickets, by international telephone to (435) 563-6400, or by a free telephone number once you arrive in the USA: 1-(800) 658-8526. We will confirm or make reservations for you with the limousine service if you advise us of your arrival flight number, time, and date at Salt Lake City.
The check-in counter for the limousine service is in the same area where your baggage is received inside of the air terminal building.
Accompanying Partners Activities
Organized activities (depending upon interest shown we can organize one or two of the following): A float trip on the Snake River in Wyoming, A backpacking trip, Utah or Wyoming, Mountain biking activity.
Other post conference tour suggestions
Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming;
The Golden Circle, Utah; Biking Slick Rock Trail, Moab, Utah.
Ask for rooms reserved for the Resource Modeling Conference:
- University Inn is located on campus, but only has non-smoking rooms. $50. per night for a double or a single, Reservations 800-231-5634
- Comfort Inn is located downtown. Shuttle will be provided. $50. per night for a double or a single, Reservations 800-221-2222
- Best Western Weston Inn is located downtown. Shuttle will be provided. $50. per night for a double or a single, Reservations 800-532-5055
The downtown motels are about 1.6 miles from the meeting site on campus.
Student accommodations are available on campus. $38 per room which can hold two.
- Ken Lyon, Econ. Dept. USU
- Keith Criddle, Econ. Dept. USU
- John Keith, Econ. Dept. USU
Further information can be obtained from firstname.lastname@example.org.