Klaus Moeltner

Klaus MoeltnerProfessor
Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics

Expert in the economic valuation of natural resources and amenities; economic implications of environmental policy. Primary applications include residential water use, wildfire smoke and health, property values as related to forest health, flood risks, and watershed restoration, and electricity security and reliability in the U.S. and the European Union; conservation and efficient use of water; management and sustainability of forest resources; and natural resource and environmental economics



  • Environmental economic theory and policy
  • Applied empirical economics
  • Statistical modeling of residential water use
  • Applied microeconomics
  • Mountain Pine Beetle
  • Forest management