429B Berkey Hall
Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI 48824-1111
For over 25 years, Craig has conducted research on the social and biogeophysical dynamics of coupled human-natural systems during his academic career.
One line of Craig’s research has focused on fisheries, including the Michigan Great Lakes commercial fishery, fisheries of Lake Victoria and the East African Great Lakes, and fisheries commodity systems.
Another line of Craig’s research has focused on the relationships between agriculture and the biogeophysical environment. His specialty focues in the realms of pest and soil management and agroecosystems.
Linked to his work of pest/soil management, Craig has also done research on agrifood systems, especially in food and agricultural standards, and food safety policy. In addition, in his research Craig has investigated bovine tuberculosis in Michigan, residential energy conservation, and organic agriculture.