Gabriel Sampson

Natural Resource and Environmental Economics

Assistant Professor, K-State Dept. of Agricultural Economics. 

346 Waters Hall
Manhattan , KS
Documents & Presentations by Gabriel Sampson
Title Date Downloads
The Value of Irrigation Groundwater Right Attributes November 16, 2023
Economic Value of Groundwater in the High Plains Aquifer Region

K-State agricultural economists Nathan Hendricks and Gabe Sampson report on their new analysis of the value of groundwater in the High Plains Aquifer region...they used land transaction data and cropland rental rate trends to determine the economic importance of those groundwater resources to Kansas agriculture...they also looked at the impact of changes in the aquifer's water level on farmland values in the region.

March 2, 2022
The Value of Groundwater in the High Plains Aquifer of Western Kansas February 10, 2022
Irrigation and Ethanol Market Effects on Land Values August 1, 2021
Biofuels Production Expansion in Kansas

K-State agricultural economist Gabe Sampson goes over the findings of his new study of biofuels production expansion in Kansas, and the ensuing impact on land values and groundwater usage for crop production in the areas those biofuels plants are operating...his results will contribute to the conversations on biofuels policy and water conservation.

April 20, 2021
11. Effects of Wind Turbines, Groundwater Stocks, and Irrigation on Land Values August 1, 2019
Keeping Up With the Irrigators

K-State agricultural economist Gabe Sampson reports on his new analysis of the peer effects on irrigation other words, how a neighbor's commitment to crop irrigation would potentially influence a producer's decision to adopt irrigation practices as well:  this study was based on detailed irrigation data in Kansas dating all the way back to the mid-1940s.

October 11, 2018
Irrigation and Ethanol Effects on Land Values