CAES Preliminary Program

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CAES Overview


Sunday, July 25

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Executive Council Meeting, Tower Building, Denver Room
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm AAEA Senior Section Track Session/CAES Organized Symposium, Plaza Building, Concourse Level, Plaza Court 5
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm Keynote Address, Plaza Building, Concourse Level, Plaza Ballroom ABC
8:00 pm - 12:00 am Welcome Reception, Tower Building, Second Level, Grand Ballroom I & I

Monday, July 26

10:15 am - 11:45 am Concurrent Sessions, Tower Building, Second Level, Tower Court ABCD
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm Concurrent Sessions, Tower Building, Second Level, Tower Court ABCD
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm Concurrent Sessions, Tower Building, Second Level, Tower Court ABCD
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm CAES Awards Banquet, Tower Building, Second Level, Windows Room
This is a ticketed event. The cost to attend is $70.

Tuesday, July 27

8:00 am - 9:30 am Concurrent Sessions, Tower Building, Second Level, Tower Court ABD
9:45 am - 11:15 am Concurrent Sessions, Tower Building, Second Level, Tower Court ABCD
11:45 am - 1:15 pm Department Chairs Lunch (by Invitation)
1:30 pm - 4:30 pm Presidential Address, Fellows Address & Annual Business Meeting, Tower Building, Second Level, Windows Room
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm Closing Reception, Plaza Building, Concourse Level, Plaza Ballroom Foyer

Wednesday, July 28

7:30 am - 8:30 am New CAES Executive Council Breakfast Meeting, Plaza Building, Governors Square 9

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CAES Concurrent Session Details


Concurrent Sessions, Sunday 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm


1005 — What Is Next for NAFTA: Unresolved IssuesPlaza Building, Concourse Level, Plaza Court 5
Senior Section Track Session/CAES Organized Symposium

The original NAFTA agreement is now fully implemented. However, a number of issues remain that require special attention if the free trade objectives of NAFTA are to be realized. The purpose of this organized symposium is to provide a three-country perspective on three key issues: 1) bioenergy and climate change policy; 2) sanitary and phytosanitary issues; and 3) NAFTA's structural issues. Each of the issues will be introduced by an economist from Canada, Mexico, or the United States. Following this introduction, reactions will be given by an economist from each of the other countries.

Organizer: Ronald Knutson, Texas A&M University; Karl Meilke, University of Guelph
Moderator: Ronald Knutson, Texas A&M University
Discussant: Mechel Paggi, California State University, Fresno; Pablo Sherwell, SAGARPA; Ronald Knutson, Texas A&M University; Glenn Fox and Karl Meilke, University of Guelph

Presentations

  • An Overview of U.S. Bioenergy and Climate Change Policy
    Joe Outlaw, Texas A&M University
  • An Overview of the Remaining Sanitary and Phytosanitary Issues
    Jared Carlberg, University of Manitoba
  • Resolving NAFTA's Structural Issues
    Steven Zahniser, USDA-Economic Research Service

Concurrent Sessions, Monday 10:15 am - 11:45 am


2026 — Agricultural Finance and Farm ManagementTower Building, Second Level, Tower Court A
CAES Selected Presentation Session

This session theoretically and empirically explores how farmers manage agricultural production and association risk.

Moderator: Calum Turvey, Cornell University

Presentations

  • Dynamic Optimization of Area Revenue Insurance and Consumption Smoothing
    Michael Wetzstein, Jeffrey D. Mullen, and Shanshan Lin, University of Georgia
  • Farm Managers' Adoption of Management Tactics and Their Self-perceived Management Skills: Survey Results from New York Agribusinesses
    Pei Xu, Morrisville State College
  • The Effect of Dried Distillers Grains with Solubles on Swine Ration Choice and Environmental Quality
    Alfons Weersink, Stewart R. Skinner, and Kees de Lange, University of Guelph
  • An Empirical Test of Cattle Production Alternatives in Ontario
    Al Mussell and Anatoliy Oginskyy, George Morris Centre

2027 — Nonmarket Valuation of Ecological Goods and Food AttributesTower Building, Second Level, Tower Court B
CAES Selected Presentation Session

This session uses nonmarket valuation approaches to assess the value of ecological goods and food attributes.

Moderator: Ellen Goddard, University of Alberta

Presentations

  • Value Determination of Ecological Goods and Consequentiality in Choice Experiments
    Christian Vossler, University of Tennessee; Daniel Rondeau, University of Victoria; Maurice Doyon and Frederic Roy-Vigneault, Université Laval
  • Values of Ecological Goods and Services for Policy Development in Saskatchewan
    Vitor Dias and Ken Belcher, University of Saskatchewan
  • Consumer Valuation of Food Attributes: A Comparison of Willingness-to-Pay Estimates from Choice Modeling and Contingency Valuation Methods
    René Roy and Paul J. Thomassin, McGill University
  • Comparing Alternative Approaches to Explaining Consumer Willingness-to-Pay Preferences for Specialty Eggs Using Consumer Attitudinal Data
    Ellen Goddard, University of Alberta; Jing Zhang, University of Saskatchewan

2028 — Food SafetyTower Building, Second Level, Tower Court C
CAES Selected Presentation Session

This session examines how consumers and firms respond to food safety issues.

Moderator: Gale E. West, Université Laval

Presentations

  • Measuring the Impact of Food Safety Recalls on Firms: An Event Study Analysis of the 2008 Listeriosis Recall in Canada
    John Cranfield, Getu Hailu, and Robin L. Smart, University of Guelph
  • The Roles of Generalized Trust and Trust in the Food System on Consumers' Food Choices
    Yulian Ding, Michele Veeman, and Wiktor Adamowicz, University of Alberta
  • Consumer Reaction to Microbial Based Food Recalls: Analysis of the 2008 Listeria Contamination Recall of Ready-to-Eat Meats in Canada
    John Cranfield and Spencer Henson, University of Guelph; Oliver Masakure, Wilfred Laurier University
  • Canadian Consumer Concerns about Food Safety Issues and Confidence in Food Products: Comparison of Beef and Pork
    Violet Muringai and Ellen Goddard, University of Alberta

2029 — Food and Agricultural Policy AnalysisTower Building, Second Level, Tower Court D
CAES Selected Presentation Session

This session examines the role of the economist in policy making and the theoretical and empirical implications of contemporary policies designed to support the agricultural sector.

Moderator: Rakhal Sarker, University of Guelph

Presentations

  • Is There Supply Distortion in Decoupled Payments? Evidence from the Canadian Prairies
    Richard Gray and Samira Bakhshi, University of Saskatchewan
  • Are Coupled and Decoupled Levels of Agricultural Support Coupled?
    Nadia Gagnon, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; Bruno Larue, Université Laval
  • Efficiency, Equity, and Complexity: An Examination of How Agricultural Economists Evaluate Agricultural Policy in Canada
    David Sparling and Brandon Schaufele, University of Western Ontario
  • Time Inconsistent Commercialization Competitions
    James Vercammen and Anna Zubchenko, University of British Columbia

Concurrent Sessions, Monday 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm


2055 — Nutrition and Food SafetyTower Building, Second Level, Tower Court A
CAES Selected Presentation Session

This session focuses on economic issues related to food consumption and human health.

Moderator: Richard Gray, University of Saskatchewan

Presentations

  • Does the Dietician Keep the Doctor Away? Obesity, Diet, and Health in Canada
    David Sparling and Brandon Schaufele, University of Western Ontario
  • Demand for Nutrients in Chain Restaurants in Canada
    Jeewani R. Fernando and Ellen Goddard, University of Alberta
  • Economic Analysis of Individuals' Propensity to Undertake Dietary Behaviors Associated with Selecting Diets Low in Fat
    John Cranfield, Spencer Henson, and Kumuduni Kulasekera, University of Guelph
  • Influences of Labeling Policy and Media Coverage on the Demand for Butter and Margarine
    Chung-Tung Lin, U.S. Food and Drug Administration; Jonq-Ying Lee, University of Florida

2056 — Dynamics of Farm Household Income and Investments in CooperativesTower Building, Second Level, Tower Court B
CAES Selected Presentation Session

This session examines the structure of farm household income, and the factors that influence their decisions to diversify income and patronize agricultural cooperatives.

Moderator: Wayne Thompson, Saskatchewan Canola Growers Association

Presentations

  • Examining the Dynamics of Household Income of Farm Families in Canada
    Kenneth Poon and Alfons Weersink, University of Guelph
  • The Influence of Market Barriers and Farm Income Risk on Non-farm Income Diversification
    Hina Nazli and Edward Olale, University of Guelph
  • Retained Patronage Refunds, Increasing Returns to Scale, and Member Patronage in Cooperatives
    Florentina N. Uzea and Murray Fulton, University of Saskatchewan
  • Horizon and Free Rider Problems in Cooperative Organizations
    Konstantinos Giannakas, University of Nebraska; Murray Fulton, University of Saskatchewan

2057 — Water Resource ManagementTower Building, Second Level, Tower Court C
CAES Selected Presentation Session

This session investigates problematic issues related to non-privately owned water resources.

Moderator: Tasneem Virani, University of Guelph

Presentations

  • Surface Water Allocation in Alberta: Implications of the Economic Calculation Debate
    Danny LeRoy, University of Lethbridge
  • Implementing Proportional Water Sharing as a Water Allocation Rule
    Theodore Horbulyk, University of Calgary; Danny LeRoy, Md. Kamar Ali, and Kurt Klein, University of Lethbridge; Lixia He, University of Tennessee
  • Examining the Relationship Between Government Management of State Land and Efforts to Restore the Ecological Integrity of Coastal Lands in Sri Lanka after the Tsunami 2004: Evidence of an Anticommons Problem?
    Brady Deaton and Chatura Pulasinghage, University of Guelph
  • Establishing Indicators of Efficient Water Use for Southern Alberta Irrigation Districts
    Md. Kamar Ali, Robert Bewer, and Kurt Klein, University of Lethbridge; Suren Kulshreshtha, University of Saskatchewan

2058 — Farm-level Models for Policy DevelopmentTower Building, Second Level, Tower Court D
CAES Organized Symposium

Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) recognizes the importance of monitoring and assessing its current programs and policies, to ensure that these contribute overall objectives of Canada's agriculture policy framework (Growing Forward), and identifying emerging trends, to help design new policies and programs. This session will highlight some of the economic tools and methods used by both AAFC and academics to construct a more complete picture of the Canadian Agriculture sector and contribute to agricultural policy development in Canada, including econometric modeling, micro-simulation, and agent-based modeling techniques.

Organizer: Nathan Niu, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
Moderator: David Culver, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
Discussant: Bruno Larue, Université Laval

Presentations

  • The Influence of Urban Proximity On Capital Investment Decisions On Farms in Canada
    Arden Esqueda, Forecasting and Program Analysis
  • Identifying the Weak Links in a Modern Supply Chain: An Agent-Based Simulation Model of the Western Canadian Grain Handling System
    James Nolan and Russell Lawrence, University of Saskatchewan
  • The Canadian Agriculture Dynamic Micro-Simulation Model (CADMS)
    Nathan Niu, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; Adam Arsenault, Forecasting and Program Analysis

Concurrent Sessions, Monday 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm


2082 — Milk Production and Marketing in OntarioTower Building, Second Level, Tower Court A
CAES Selected Presentation Session

This session addresses contemporary concerns regarding the production and marketing of milk in Ontario.

Moderator: Brandon Schaufele, University of Western Ontario

Presentations

  • An Analysis of the Effect of Milk Compositional Standard on the Economic Efficiency of Ontario Dairy Farms
    Getu Hailu and Shashini Ratnasena, University of Guelph
  • A Demand System for Major Dairy Products in Ontario
    Heather Cassidy, Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs; Rakhal Sarker, University of Guelph
  • Are There Agglomeration Effects in Dairy Production? An Empirical Examination of Ontario's Dairy Sector
    Getu Hailu and Brady Deaton, University of Guelph
  • Ontario Milk Quota Values: The Impacts of Attempts to Halt Their Growth
    Alex Cairns, Karl Meilke, and Nick Bennett, University of Guelph

2083 — Natural Resource and Environmental Policy AnalysisTower Building, Second Level, Tower Court B
CAES Selected Presentation Session

This session examines how decisions involving the production and use of natural capital and of various co-products created through agricultural activities are affected by policy change.

Moderator: Brady Deaton, University of Guelph

Presentations

  • Measuring the Compliance Cost of Nutrient Management Regulations for Ontario Dairy Farms
    Kenneth Poon, University of Guelph
  • Bioeconomic Modeling of Wetlands and Waterfowl in Western Canada: Accounting for Amenity Values
    Patrick Withey, Linda Wong, and G. Cornelis Van Kooten, University of Victoria
  • Cost-effectiveness of BMP Adoption: A Case Study Approach
    Al Mussell and Claudia Schmidt, George Morris Centre
  • Tree-base Intercropping in Eastern North America
    Elwin G. Smith, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; Imran Toor, Joann Whalen, and Anwar Naseem, McGill University

2084 — Niche Marketing and Evolving Consumer PreferencesTower Building, Second Level, Tower Court C
CAES Selected Presentation Session

This session empirically assesses the economic impacts of commodity specific marketing, and consumer perceptions and attitudes towards niche and local food markets.

Moderator: Paul J. Thomassin, McGill University

Presentations

  • Advertising of Fruits and Vegetables: Understanding the Effects of Commodity-specific and Broad-based Promotion Programs Using Experimental Economics
    Timothy Richards, Arizona State University; Bradley Rickard, Harry Kaiser, and Jura Liaukonyte, Cornell University
  • Farm Survival on the Urban Fringe—The Economic Impacts of Niche and Direct Marketing Strategies
    Alison J. Eagle, Duke University; Robin Tunnicliffe, Martha McMahon, and G. Cornelis Van Kooten, University of Victoria
  • The Effect of Attitudinal and Socio-demographic Factors on the Likelihood of Buying Locally-produced Food
    John Cranfield, Spencer Henson, and Jose Blandon, University of Guelph
  • Fair Trade Coffee: Marketing and Consumer Willingness-to-Pay in China
    Yulian Ding, University of Alberta; Wuyang Hu, University of Kentucky

2085 — Current Issues in Canadian Agri-food Trade, Sponsored by CATPRNTower Building, Second Level, Tower Court D
CAES Organized Symposium

For Canadian agriculture and agri-food industries that are not closely integrated with global markets, specifically supply-managed industries, new multilateral and bilateral trade agreements could have significant effects on the distribution of welfare throughout the supply chains. This symposium will showcase the contributions of the Canadian Agricultural Trade Policy and Competitiveness Research Network (CATPRN) in examining these issues of market integration and access and provide a forum to discuss some of the international trade-related issues facing the Canadian agriculture and agri-food sector. Four papers, each based on projects that have received funding from the CATPRN, will be presented and discussed.

Organizer: Ryan Cardwell, University of Manitoba
Moderator: Ryan Cardwell, University of Manitoba

Presentations

  • Detecting mCOOL Impacts on U.S.-Canada Bilateral Hog Trade Flows
    Jean-Philippe Gervais, North Carolina State University; James Rude, University of Alberta
  • Canada-EU Free Trade Agreement: Will Agriculture Be an Issue?
    Crina Viju, Carleton University; William A. Kerr, University of Saskatchewan
  • Trade Liberalization and Canada's Chicken Industry: Welfare Effects under Alternative Modeling Strategies
    Juanita Rafajlovic, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; Ryan Cardwell, University of Manitoba
  • The Korea-Canada FTA: Conflict over Beef
    Richard Barichello, University of British Columbia

Concurrent Sessions, Tuesday 8:00 am - 9:30 am


3024 — Agribusiness and ManagementTower Building, Second Level, Tower Court A
CAES Selected Presentation Session

This session empirically examines financial factors that have an effect on basis risk, participation in crop insurance, and the general economic performance of the agricultural sector.

Moderator: Danny LeRoy, University of Lethbridge

Presentations

  • Acreage Response for Processing Vegetables in the Great Lakes Region
    Bradley Rickard, Cornell University; Joseph V. Balagtas, Purdue University
  • Whole Farm Income Insurance in a Canadian Context
    Calum Turvey, Cornell University
  • Factors Affecting Discontinuous Participation in Crop Insurance
    Bharat M. Upadhyay, Agriculture Financial Services Corporation; Elwin G. Smith, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
  • Impact of Preferential Tax Measures in the Performance of Canadian Agriculture
    Fabrice Nimpagariste, Government of Canada

3025 — The Economics of Biofuels and BiotechnologyTower Building, Second Level, Tower Court B
CAES Selected Presentation Session

This session focuses on the farm-level economic performance of biofuel production and genetically engineered crop varieties.

Moderator: Alison J. Eagle, Duke University

Presentations

  • Farm-level Impacts of Genetically Engineered Crops: The Case of Grain Corn and Soybeans in Quebec and Ontario
    Bishnu P. Saha and Verna M. Mitura, Statistics Canada; Rakhal Sarker, University of Guelph
  • Economic Performance of Bt Cotton Varieties in Pakistan
    David Orden, International Food Policy Research Institute; Hina Nazli, Karl Meilke, and Rakhal Sarker, University of Guelph
  • Assessing Shifts in Marginal Agricultural Land Use for Second-generation Biofuel Production—An Analysis Using Agent-based Simulation
    Leigh Anderson, Richard Schoney, and James Nolan, University of Saskatchewan
  • The Economic Feasibility of Bioenergy Production from Miscanthus on the Ontario Greenhouse Industry
    Tasneem Virani, Bill Deen, and Richard Vyn, University of Guelph

3027 — Market Power and Vertical Coordination Issues in Canadian Meat SectorsTower Building, Second Level, Tower Court D
CAES Organized Symposium

The past decade has seen important structural changes in the Canadian meat sector as a response to long term trends, like the concentration of market power, increased food and feed prices, and trade liberalization, but also in reaction to more recent external shocks, such as diseases, bacterial contaminations, and labor conflicts. This session will examine varying aspects of the meat sector, assessing the economic impacts of important changes and shocks on producers and processors, how they have translated into changes in the sector, and proposing new solutions. The discussion will elaborate on these issues and explore the broader policy implications.

Organizer: Bruno Larue, Université Laval
Moderator: Bruno Larue, Université Laval

Presentations

  • Market Power and Instability in the Canadian Livestock Industry
    J. Stephen Clark, Nova Scotia Agricultural College
  • The Economics of Hog Marketing Reforms in Quebec
    Jean-Philippe Gervais, North Carolina State University; Remy Lambert, Université Laval
  • Vertical Coordination and Trade Liberalization in Canada's Poultry's Industry
    Sebastien Pouliot, Iowa State University; Bruno Larue, Université Laval
  • The Economics of Livestock Disease: Supply Chain Competitiveness and Policy Implications
    Jill Hobbs, University of Saskatchewan

Concurrent Sessions, Tuesday 9:45 am - 11:15 am


3054 — The Economics of Functional FoodsTower Building, Second Level, Tower Court A
CAES Selected Presentation Session

This session examines the factors affecting the research and development of functional foods and consumer preferences and acceptance of associated health claims.

Moderator: Claudia Schmidt, George Morris Centre

Presentations

  • Functional Foods and Incentives to Innovate
    Stavroula Malla, University of Lethbridge; Richard Gray, University of Saskatchewan
  • "Full Labeling" or "Partial Labeling" in Canadian Consumer's Functional Food Choices
    Ningning Zou, University of Saskatchewan
  • Economic Effects of the Consumer-oriented GM Products in Markets with a Labeling Regime
    Konstantinos Giannakas, University of Nebraska; Rim Lassoued, University of Saskatchewan
  • Niche Markets and Willingness-to-Pay for Disease-specific Functional Juices
    Patrick Verreault, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; Bruno Larue and Gale E. West, Université Laval

3055 — Natural Resource EconomicsTower Building, Second Level, Tower Court B
CAES Selected Presentation Session

This session presents papers that examine the effects of green economic policies and climate change on agricultural land use, and look at the economics of Canada's natural resource sector.

Moderator: Alfons Weersink, University of Guelph

Presentations

  • The Impact of Climate and Price Changes on the Economics of Prairies Agriculture: Climate vs. Price
    Richard Gray and Afshin Amiraslany, University of Saskatchewan
  • Economic and Environmental Impacts of Land Use Change from Green Economic Policies
    Denys Yemshanov and Dan McKenney, Natural Resources Canada; Aaron V. De Laporte and Alfons Weersink, University of Guelph
  • Modeling Changes in Agricultural Land Use in the Canadian Prairies with Climate Change
    Susan Robertson, University of Alberta
  • Has Canada Caught Dutch Disease?
    Richard Gray and Mohammad Shakeri, University of Saskatchewan

3056 — International TradeTower Building, Second Level, Tower Court C
CAES Selected Presentation Session

This session theoretically and empirically explores issues involving interpersonal trade across geopolitical boundaries.

Moderator: David Orden, International Food Policy Research Institute

Presentations

  • A Reexamination of Factors Affecting United States Softwood Lumber Imports from Canada
    Jungho Baek, University of Alaska
  • Food Aid, Gravity, Political Convergence, and Good Governance
    Bruno Larue, Erick Duchesne, and Francis Langlois, Université Laval
  • Comparative Advantage: From an Individual to the Economy
    Predrag Rajsic, University of Guelph
  • Trade Barriers in the Presence of Changing Firm Behavior: The Case of the Canadian Hog and Pork Industry
    Yingchun Dai and Ellen Goddard, University of Alberta

3057 — Long-term Agricultural Structural Change in the United States, Canada, and BrazilTower Building, Second Level, Tower Court D
CAES Organized Symposium

This session will compare and contrast the structural changes of the agriculture sector of three major producing nations, Canada, Brazil, and the United States. Changes in the agricultural structure in these countries have had implications for agricultural trade, farm income, farm safety nets, and environmental policies. The three papers presentations will evaluate the impacts of structural change, making use of recently released data from these countries, and a subsequent discussion will consider the various drivers of structural change in each country and examine how they will contribute to meeting world demand and reducing hunger.

Organizer: David Culver, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; Mary Ahearn, USDA-Economic Research Service
Moderator: Mary Ahearn, USDA-Economic Research ServiceDiscussant: Krijn Poppe, Wageningen University

Presentations

  • Past Trends and Drivers of Structural Changes in U.S. Agriculture
    Robert Hoppe and Erik O'Donoghue, USDA-Economic Research Service
  • Structural Change in Canadian Agriculture and the Impacts on Canadian Farm Income and Farm Households
    Cally Dhaliwal and David Culver, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
  • Brazilian Agriculture: A Changing Structure
    Flavio Bolliger and Octavio Costa de Oliveira, Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics

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CAES Posters


Monday, July 26, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pmPlaza Ballroom DE

C1 — Household Food Expenditures and Management of Type II Diabetes
Sven Anders and Denise Maxwell, University of Alberta; Sean B. Cash, University of Wisconsin

C2 — Consumer's Behavior with Respect to Meat Demand: The Special Case of Consumers Who Eat Bison, Elk, and Venison in the Presence of Animal Disease Concerns
Aye C. Myae and Ellen Goddard, University of Alberta

C3 — Market and Government Failure in the Chinese Dairy Industry: The Case of Melamine
Changbai Xiu, Guanghua Qiao, and Ting Guo, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University; Kurt Klein, University of Lethbridge

C4 — Do Attitudes, Perceptions and Nutrition Information Affect Consumer Purchases of FAFH in Canada?
Jeewani R. Fernando and Ellen Goddard, University of Alberta

C5 — Multinationals, Trade Barriers, and Pricing Strategies in the Canadian Processed Pork Product Sector
Yingchun Dai and Ellen Goddard, University of Alberta

C6 — The Boundary Water Treaty between Canada and the United States after One Hundred Years - An Analysis of its Ability to Resolve Disputes over Sharing the Waters of the St. Mary and Milk Rivers
Danny LeRoy, Tatiana Cook, and Kurt Klein, University of Lethbridge

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