Scott Heckbert is an environmental economist at Alberta Innovates Technology Futures, Canada. Scott's research applies environmental economics using simulation modelling of social-ecological systems. Research topics include ecosystem services assessments, economics of greenhouse gas mitigation, design of market-based instruments for environmental management, modelling the rise and fall of ancient societies, modelling urban sprawl and land use patterns, rangelands management, and water quality. Scott develops spatially-explicit simulation models using geosimulation, agent-based, cellular automata and network models of people and the environment.
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