OCCRI Researchers

Title: Professor
Name: Enrique Thomann
Institution: Oregon State University
Department: Mathematics
Education:



Research Theme:

Research Fields:

Carbon Footprint Analysis
Human Impacts Policy
Impacts Ecosystems and Populations
Modeling Ecosystems
Physiological Ecology

Professional Activities:

Associate Editor for Annals of Applied Probability.

Selected Publications:

Nam Ngo (MS 2006 – Mathematics): Towards an Analytical Model for Carbon Storage in Forested Landscapes.

Keely M Koda (Honors BS – August 2007) Analysis of Water Right Transfers and Injury Quantification in a Prior Appropriation System – A Perspective from Actuarial Mathematics.

J Ramirez, E Thomann, E Waymire, J. Chastanet, B Wood. Theoretical Foundations of Particle Tracking Methods in Heterogeneous Porous Media, to appear in Water Resources Research, 2007.

E Burnes, E Thomann, E Waymire: Arbitrage Free Valuation of Federal Timber Leases. Forest Science, 1999, Vol 45, pp 473-483