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GLIN==> Environmental Economics Fellowships



Thursday, April 13, 2000 - The Lake Michigan Federation today is announcing 
its Great Lakes Environmental Economics Fellowship awards for 2000.  The 
Great Lakes Environmental Economics Fellowship is an effort of the Lake 
Michigan Federation designed to develop economic approaches to protect the 
Great Lakes ecosystem.  Its goal is also to support students interested in 
environmental economics.  This year's awardees and projects are:

Anna Cooper - University of Illinois at Chicago - Studying the Economic 
Benefits of Urban Lakefront Habitat (Advisors: Prof. Dan McGrath and Prof. 
Richard Kosobud).

Crystal Macchiarella - Indiana University Northwest - Economic Valuation of 
Sand Dune Preservation (Advisor: Prof. Ellen Szarleta)

Lisna Utami - Michigan State University - Benefits of Contaminated Sediment 
Remediation v. No Action (Advisor: Prof. John Hoehn)

Kalyna Procyk - Loyola University - Economic Evaluation of Proposed Natural 
Gas Pipeline for Lake Michigan (Advisor: Prof. Louis Cain)

More on the Great Lakes Environmental Economics Fellowship can be found on 
the Employment and Volunteer Opportunities link at www.lakemichigan.org.  
Support for the Great Lakes Environmental Economics Fellowship is provided by 
The Joyce Foundation.

The Lake Michigan Federation works to restore fish and wildlife habitat, 
conserve land and water, and eliminate toxics in the watershed of the largest 
lake within the United States.  We achieve this through education, research, 
law, science, economics, and strategic partnerships.
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