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Name: Wade, Tara
Title: Assistant Professor, Agricultural Resources Economist
Organization: Southwest Florida Immokalee
Education: Ph. D., Energy and Environmental Systems and Economics, North Carolina A&T State University, Greensboro, NC, 2011
Office Address: Southwest Florida Research and Education Cen,2685 STATE ROAD 29 N IMMOKALEE FL 341429733
Email: tara.wade@ufl.edu
Telephone: 239-658-3444

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Tara Wade is a natural resource economist and applied econometrician who specializes in determining the economic factors that affect choices to adopt conservation practices. Tara’s integrated extension and research program includes evaluating the costs of ecosystem services, conservation policy design, and assessing factors that affect farmers’ decisions to adopt agriculturally benign practices that often affect water quality.

Keywords: ecosystem services; conservation; valuation

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ClimateClimate variability/change
Data Analysis/ModelingExtreme Events
EcologyStatistics
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Education/CommunicationBiodiversity
Geography/Land UseEcological indicators
Policy/Legal ManagementEcosystem services
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Water QualityGrassland ecology
Water Resource ManagementInvasive/nuisance species
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Nutrient Management
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Pesticide Management
Water quality-nutrients
Water quality-Pesticides
Water quality-salinity
Aquifer Storage and Recovery
Best management practices
Conservation
Groundwater management
Integrated watershed management
Irrigation and Drainage
Surfacewater management
Total maximum daily loads
Watershed management
Wastewater reuse