Craig Landry is a natural resource economist with expertise in non-market valuation, coastal resources management, and experimental economics. His research agenda includes individual decision-making under risk & uncertainty; risk management, insurance, and mitigation for natural hazards; dynamic optimization models for studying coupled human-natural coastal systems; modeling of recreation demand, including beach going and recreational angling; experimental economics for assessing non-market valuation methods and willingness to pay for public goods; among many other topics. He has served as review panelist for the National Science Foundation, EPA, and NOAA Sea Grant programs, and was a lead author for the National Climate Assessment chapter on Rural Communities. Dr. Landry holds Masters degrees from University of Georgia and University of Maryland – College Park. His PhD is in Agricultural and Natural Resources Economics from the University of Maryland – College Park.