Professor in Forest Economics and Management, Duke University
Jeffrey R. Vincent is the Clarence F. Korstian Professor of Forest Economics and Management in the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University. Vincent’s research focuses on the economics of natural resource management and policy in developing countries. Much of his work focuses on the valuation of ecosystem services of tropical forests. Currently, his main project is a 3-year NASA-funded project on mangrove conservation in South Asia. He has related work on mangroves underway in the Philippines and Thailand.
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Technology and innovation for restoration monitoring is rapidly advancing supported by developments in geospatial technology and imagery. If deployed effectively across critical landscapes, these technical solutions for restoration planning and monitoring can drive restoration actions on the ground and contribute significantly to meeting the ambitious targets of the restoration, biodiversity and climate agendas.
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