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Dr. Dannele E. Peck

Director, Northern Plains Climate Hub

Agricultural Economist

 

CONTACT INFORMATION

USDA ARS Crops Research Lab

1701 Centre Ave.

Fort Collins, CO 80526

 

PHONE: (970) 744-9043

E-MAIL: dannele.peck@ars.usda.gov

 

 

DEGREES

B.S.                      University of Wyoming                Wildlife Biology                                           2000

M.S.                     University of Wyoming                Agricultural Economics                              2002

PH.D.                   Oregon State University                             Agricultural & Resource Economics         2007

  

BACKGROUND & RESEARCH INTERESTS

Dr. Peck is Director of the USDA Northern Plains Climate Hub, having joined ARS in November 2016. Previously, she was an Associate Professor of Agricultural Economics at the University of Wyoming, where she conducted research, extension, and teaching for 10 years. Her area of expertise is decision-making under risk and uncertainty, applied to a variety of agricultural issues, such as: drought preparedness and response in cropping systems; increasing farm/ranch resilience to weather variability and changing climate; and disease prevention and management in livestock and wildlife. Raised on a dairy farm in upstate New York, Dannele is a first-generation college graduate and proud alumna of the McNair Scholars Program. To learn more about Dannele and the Northern Plains Climate Hub, listen to this media interview.

PUBLICATIONS

 Articles in Refereed Journals

 Peck, D., M. Bruce. 2017. Economic efficiency and equity of government policies on brucellosis: comparative insights from Albania and the United States. In (J. Rushton, ed.) The Economics of Animal Health. Rev. Sci. Tech. Off. Int. Epiz., 36(1) (In press)

 Kauffman,M., D. Peck, B. Scurlock, J. Logan, T. Robinson, W. Cook, K. Boroff, B. Schumaker. 2016. Risk assessment and management of brucellosis in the southern greater Yellowstone area (I): a citizen-science based risk model for bovine brucellosis transmission from elk to cattle. Preventive Veterinary Medicine 132:88-97.

 Boroff, K., M. Kauffman, D.Peck, E. Maichak, B. Scurlock, B. Schumaker. 2016. Risk assessment and management of brucellosis in the southern greater Yellowstone area (II): cost-benefit analysis of elk brucellosis seroprevalence reduction. Preventive Veterinary Medicine 134:39-48.

 Ruff, S.P., D.E. Peck, C.T. Bastian, W.E. Cook. 2016. Economics of transitioning from a cow-calf-yearling operation to a stocker operation. Journal of the American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers 2016:55-76.

 Kim, C.S., R.M. Adams, D.E. Peck. 2016. Multiyear discrete stochastic programming with a fuzzy semi-Markov process. Applied Mathematics 7:482-495.

 Dohna, H., D.E. Peck, B.K. Johnson, A. Reeves, B.A. Schumaker. 2014. Wildlife-livestock interactions in a western rangeland setting: quantifying disease-relevant contacts. Preventive Veterinary Medicine 113(4):447-456.

 Peck, D. and J. Peterson (Guest Eds.). 2013. Introduction to the special issue on ‘Climate Variability and Water-Dependent Sectors: Impacts and Potential Adaptations.’ Journal of Natural Resources Policy Research 5(2-3):73-77.

 Roberts, T.W., D.E. Peck, J.P. Ritten. 2012. Cattle producers’ economic incentives for preventing bovine brucellosis under uncertainty. Preventive Veterinary Medicine 107(3-4):187-203.

 Bastian, C.T., D.E. Peck, M.A. Smith, J.J. Jacobs. 2012. Sagebrush control: at what canopy cover is it economically justified?  Rangeland Ecology and Management 65(4):351-361.

 Bastian, C.T., S.T. Gray, D.E. Peck, J.P. Ritten, K.M. Hansen, J.M. Krall, S.I. Paisley. 2012. The nature of climate science for the Rocky Mountain West: implications for economists trying to help agriculture adapt. Western Economics Forum 10(2):23-32.

 Schumaker, B.A., D.E. Peck, M.E. Kauffman. 2012. Brucellosis in the Greater Yellowstone Area: disease management at the wildlife-livestock interface. Human-Wildlife Interactions 6(1):48-63.

 Kauffman, M.E., B.S. Rashford, D.E. Peck. 2012. Unintended consequences of bovine brucellosis management on demand for elk hunting in northwest Wyoming. Human-Wildlife Interactions 6(1):12-29.

 Peck, D.E. and R.M. Adams. 2011. A reply to ‘Multiyear vs. single-year drought: a comment on Peck and Adams.’ Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 55:454-457.

 Peck, D.E. 2010. Bovine brucellosis in the Greater Yellowstone Area: an economic diagnosis. Western Economics Forum 9(1):27-41.

 Strauch, B.A., D.E. Peck, L.J. Held. 2010. A case study of fall versus spring calving for the Rocky Mountain West. Journal of the American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers 73(1):74-84.

 Peck, D.E. and R.M. Adams. 2010. Farm-level impacts of prolonged drought: is a multiyear event more than the sum of its parts?  Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 54:43-60.

Adams, R.M. and D.E. Peck. 2008. Effects of climate change on water resources. Choices 23(1):12-14.

 Peck, D.E., D.M. McLeod, J.P. Hewlett, J.R. Lovvorn. 2004. Irrigation-dependent wetlands versus instream flow enhancement: economics of water transfers from agriculture to wildlife uses. Environmental Management 34(6):842-855.

 Adams, R.M. and D.E. Peck. 2002. Drought and climate change: implications for the West. Western Economics Forum 1(2):14-19.

 Peck, D.E. and J.R. Lovvorn. 2001. The importance of flood irrigation in water supply to wetlands in the Laramie Basin, Wyoming. Wetlands 21(3):370-378.

 Peer-Reviewed Book Chapters

 Peck, D. and J. Peterson (Eds.). 2014. Climate Variability and Water-Dependent Sectors: Impacts and Potential Adaptations. Re-print, in book form, of a special issue previously published in the Journal of Natural Resources Policy Research. Boca Raton, FL: Taylor & Francis

 Griffin, R.C., D.E. Peck, J. Maestu. 2013. Introduction: myths, principles and issues in water trading. In J. Maestu (ed.) Water Trading and Global Water Scarcity: International Experiences.  New York, NY: RFF Press.

 Peck, D.E. 2013. Non-native pest prevention and control: the role of government interventions and their impact on efficiency. In R. Knutson and W. Armbruster (eds.) U.S. Government Policies Affecting Food and Agricultural Marketing. New York, NY: Springer.

 Peck, D.E. and R.M. Adams. 2012. Farm-level impacts of climate change: alternative approaches for modeling uncertainty. In A. Dinar and R. Mendelsohn (eds.) Handbook on Climate Change and Agriculture. Cheltenham, Gloucestershire: Edward Elgar Publishing.

 Adams, R.M. and D.E. Peck. 2008. Climate change and water resources: potential impacts and implications. In A. Garrido and A. Dinar (eds.) Managing Water Resources in a Time of Global Change: Contributions from the Rosenberg International Forum on Water Policy. Oxford: Routledge Publishing.

 Outreach Publications

 Peck, D., T. Munsick, M. Miller, R. Jones. 2016. Economics of vaccinating sheep against bluetongue disease. Wyoming Agricultural Experiment Station Field Days Bulletin 2016, Off-Station Reports, Short Reports, pp. 167-168.

 Roberts, T.W., D.E. Peck, J.P. Ritten, B.R. Hoar. 2015. The cost of brucellosis prevention: spaying heifers. Publication B-1273. University of Wyoming Extension.

 Ruff, S., D.E. Peck, C.T. Bastian, W.E. Cook. 2014. Enterprise budget for a cow-calf-yearling operation, northwestern Wyoming. Publication MP-126.1. University of Wyoming Extension.  

 Ruff, S., D.E. Peck, C.T. Bastian, W.E. Cook. 2014. Enterprise budget for a stocker operation, northwestern Wyoming: spring-purchased 600-pound stockers. Publication MP-126.2. University of Wyoming Extension.  

 Ruff, S., D.E. Peck, C.T. Bastian, W.E. Cook. 2014. Enterprise budget for a stocker operation, northwestern Wyoming: spring-purchased 700-pound stockers. Publication MP-126.3. University of Wyoming Extension.

 Hageman, C. [based on interviews with M. Miller and D. Peck]. 2014. Vet sciences, agricultural economics scientists combine to study bluetongue virus. Ag News 23(1):13-14. University of Wyoming College of Agriculture and Natural Resources.

Roberts, T.W., D.E. Peck, J.P. Ritten, B.S. Rashford. 2012. The cost of brucellosis prevention: fencing stackyards. Publication B-1232. University of Wyoming Extension.

 Research Reports

Nagler, A.M., D. Peck, and C.T. Bastian. 2016. Small ruminant feedlot profiles and transportation networks in the western US. Final report to USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Services, Cooperative Agreement Award No. 15-9200-0426-CA, August 31, 2016, 68pp.

Peck, D. and M. Hayes. 2016. Cattle-elk-deer interactions in northeast Oregon. Final report to USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Services, Cooperative Agreement Award No. 15-9200-0426-CA, August 31, 2016, 15pp.

Mortensen, L.E. and D. Peck. 2016. Cost parameters of an outbreak of foot and mouth disease. Undergraduate honors thesis, University of Wyoming. Final report to USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Services, Cooperative Agreement Award No. 15-9200-0426-CA, August 31, 2016, 35pp.

 Peck, D.E., C.T. Bastian, A.M. Nagler. 2016. 2014 Intermountain States Sheep and Goat Production, Marketing, and Transportation Survey Results. Final report prepared for USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service. March, 2016, 80pp.  


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