Richard L. Bernknopf is a research professor in the Department of Economics at the University of New Mexico and a visiting research fellow at Resources for the Future in Washington, DC. In addition, he is the director of the Science Impact Laboratory for Policy and Economics at the University of New Mexico. Before joining the faculty at UNM, Dr. Bernknopf was an economist with the United States Geological Survey for more than thirty-eight years. Dr. Bernknopf's research focuses on the demonstration of the economic value of earth observation and the translation of that data into a form compatible with decisionmaking processes.
Journal Article — Nov 29, 2017
The Value of Remotely Sensed Information: The Case of a GRACE-Enhanced Drought Severity Index
Journal Article — Jan 10, 2013
An Economic Value of Remote-Sensing Information—Application to Agricultural Production and Maintaining Groundwater Quality
Journal Article — Apr 16, 2002