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Postal address:1 University of New Mexico MSC 05 3060 Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87131, USA
Workplace:Department of Economics, University of New Mexico, (more information at EDIRC)

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Journal Articles

2021

  1. PRESCRIBED BURNS, SMOKE EXPOSURE, AND INFANT HEALTH
    Contemporary Economic Policy, 2021, 39, (2), 292-309 Downloads

2020

  1. After the Dust Settles: The Infant Health Impacts of Dust Storms
    Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, 2020, 7, (6), 1005 - 1032 Downloads
  2. Invasive Species Control, Agricultural Pesticide Use, and Infant Health Outcomes
    Land Economics, 2020, 96, (2), 149-170 Downloads
  3. Labor Market Impacts of Deforestation Caused by Invasive Species Spread
    Environmental & Resource Economics, 2020, 77, (1), 159-190 Downloads

2019

  1. Benefit-Cost Analysis, Policy Impacts, and Congressional Hearings
    Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis, 2019, 10, (1), 65-94 Downloads
  2. Inclusive non-market valuation in Coupled Human and Natural Systems (CHANS): a motivating theory
    Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy, 2019, 8, (1), 1-16 Downloads
  3. Infant health impacts of freshwater algal blooms: Evidence from an invasive species natural experiment
    Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 2019, 96, (C), 36-59 Downloads View citations (1)
  4. Tree Shade, Temperature, and Human Health: Evidence from Invasive Species-induced Deforestation
    Ecological Economics, 2019, 156, (C), 12-23 Downloads View citations (1)
  5. Urban afforestation and infant health: Evidence from MillionTreesNYC
    Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 2019, 95, (C), 26-44 Downloads View citations (1)

2018

  1. Forest-attacking Invasive Species and Infant Health: Evidence From the Invasive Emerald Ash Borer
    Ecological Economics, 2018, 154, (C), 282-293 Downloads View citations (1)
  2. Health Impacts of Invasive Species Through an Altered Natural Environment: Assessing Air Pollution Sinks as a Causal Pathway
    Environmental & Resource Economics, 2018, 71, (1), 23-43 Downloads View citations (7)
  3. In search of an inclusive approach: Measuring non-market values for the effects of complex dam, hydroelectric and river system operations
    Energy Economics, 2018, 69, (C), 225-236 Downloads
  4. Measuring externalities of energy efficiency investments using subjective well-being data: The case of LED streetlights
    Resource and Energy Economics, 2018, 52, (C), 18-32 Downloads View citations (1)
  5. Spillover health effects of energy efficiency investments: Quasi-experimental evidence from the Los Angeles LED streetlight program
    Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 2018, 88, (C), 283-299 Downloads View citations (5)
  6. The economics of urban afforestation: Insights from an integrated bioeconomic-health model
    Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 2018, 89, (C), 116-135 Downloads View citations (2)
  7. Urban Trees and Water Use in Arid Climates: Insights from an Integrated Bioeconomic-Health Model
    Water Economics and Policy (WEP), 2018, 04, (04), 1-38 Downloads
  8. Willingness to pay estimates for wildfire smoke health impacts in the US using the life satisfaction approach
    Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy, 2018, 7, (4), 403-419 Downloads View citations (1)

2017

  1. Estimating willingness to pay for greenhouse gas emission reductions provided by hydropower using the contingent valuation method
    Energy Policy, 2017, 111, (C), 362-370 Downloads View citations (6)
  2. Invasive Species Impacts on Human Well-being Using the Life Satisfaction Index
    Ecological Economics, 2017, 134, (C), 250-257 Downloads View citations (5)
  3. The social costs of uranium mining in the US Colorado Plateau cohort, 1960–2005
    International Journal of Public Health, 2017, 62, (4), 471-478 Downloads

2016

  1. Contingent Valuation and the Policymaking Process: An Application to Used Nuclear Fuel in the United States
    Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis, 2016, 7, (3), 459-487 Downloads View citations (4)
  2. Wildfire smoke health costs: a methods case study for a Southwestern US ‘mega-fire’
    Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy, 2016, 5, (2), 181-199 Downloads View citations (1)
  3. Work more and play less? Time use impacts of changing ecosystem services: The case of the invasive emerald ash borer
    Ecological Economics, 2016, 124, (C), 49-58 Downloads View citations (7)

2015

  1. Linking environmental management to health outcomes: a case study of the emerald ash borer
    Applied Economics Letters, 2015, 22, (17), 1409-1414 Downloads View citations (5)
 
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