Loren Chase

Loren Chase
Chase and Chase Consulting · www.ChaseStatistics.com

PhD

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October 2017 - August 2018
Oregon Department of fish and wildlife
Position
  • Economist
February 2014 - present
Chase and Chase Consulting
Position
  • CEO
May 2009 - October 2017
Arizona Game and Fish Department
Position
  • Manager
Education
August 2007 - May 2009
Colorado State University
Field of study
  • Human Dimensions of Natural Resources
August 2005 - August 2007
Brigham Young University - Provo Main Campus
Field of study
  • Wildlife Conservation
September 1997 - May 2005
Brigham Young University - Provo Main Campus
Field of study
  • Wildlife Biology

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Publications (16)
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In national sales, declines in hunting and fishing licenses are anticipated. Once standardized as a percentage of population, the declines were more evident. Understanding the factors that contribute to this decline is paramount to addressing the concerns of future funding for conservation. We found age effects increase participation with youth (12...
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In total, the 50 state wildlife agencies own, manage, or administer wildlife conservation on more than 464 million acres of land and 167 million acres of lakes, reservoirs, wetlands, and riparian areas. State wildlife agencies employ nearly 50,000 employees and leverage the efforts of 190,000 volunteers. Collectively, state agencies have 11,000 deg...
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As American Q1 society diversifies, and the public interest in natural resources broadens, it is essential that wildlife agencies find ways to better understand and engage increasingly diverse audiences. Wildlife value orientations (WVO) is a concept that addresses this need by augmenting understanding of the different ways people perceive wildlife...
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Wildlife value orientations (WVOs) are increasingly being used to describe broad societal shifts that are altering the way people perceive wildlife. Concurrent with these shifts is a diversification of cultural heritages that complicate comparisons of WVOs across cultures. Yet, when measuring WVOs across cultures, differences in WVOs may be genuine...
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Lead is a neurotoxin that has been documented to affect many forms of wildlife, and has been identified as a limiting factor in a population of California Condors in Northern Arizona. The Arizona Game and Fish Department provides vouchers for free nonlead ammunition to hunters selected to hunt within the distribution of California Condors, with the...
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As American society diversifies, and the public interest in natural resources broadens, it is essential that wildlife agencies find ways to better understand and engage increasingly diverse audiences. Wildlife value orientations (WVO) is a concept that addresses this need by augmenting understanding of the different ways people perceive wildlife re...
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Modernizing forces such as urbanization, diffusion of affluence, broader educational opportunities, and the growth of technologies are changing wildlife conservation. Concurrent with modernization is a value shift that is altering the way people perceive and interact with wildlife, specifically increasing the egalitarian perception that wildlife ma...
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There is growing recognition among wildlife professionals in the United States that although their decisions largely focus on topics biological in nature, the social, political, and economic ramifications of these decisions are considerable as well. As a result, social science is increasingly being included in the wildlife management decision-makin...

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There is a clear and present need for research that scientifically forecasts the future of hunting and fishing and soundly conveys the impending fiscal challenge to conservation.</span> This is necessary so that recruitment, retention, and reactivation efforts can be as efficient as possible, and so that the conservation community can prepare for, and possibly prevent, a potential reduction in conservation funding. Join the discussion at https://tinyurl.com/hu2gcxu