Duration: 45 minutes
How can you translate survey data into an economic impact? Well, as it turns out, someone’s been working on that for decades. This free, 45-minute presentation explores how Cathy Cullinane Thomas and her team help the U.S. Geological Survey and other Department of Interior agencies understand the intersection of natural resources, public lands, and economies on national and regional levels. We talk about the challenges and surprises in crafting and evolving repeatable research methodologies and helping non-economists understand analysis results.
In this recorded webinar, we cover:
- Seeing how USGS analyzes the economic contributions of National Park Service visitor spending
- Translating raw data into inputs for your modeling tools
- Best advice for modeling and reporting economic impacts on both national and state levels
Watch today to learn more about demonstrating your economic impact and enriching your research techniques.
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Cathy Cullinane Thomas
Fort Collins Science Center
As the pioneers of automated impact modeling, IMPLAN has spent the past 25+ years perfecting the process. With over 100 contributing data sources, IMPLAN offers users the power to perform the most accurate impact analyses possible.