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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

2022

  1. Determinants of Demand Response Program Participation: Contingent Valuation Evidence from a Smart Thermostat Program
    Energies, 2022, 15, (2), 1-18 Downloads
  2. Dust storms and violent crime
    Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 2022, 111, (C) Downloads

2021

  1. PRESCRIBED BURNS, SMOKE EXPOSURE, AND INFANT HEALTH
    Contemporary Economic Policy, 2021, 39, (2), 292-309 Downloads
  2. Planting urban trees to improve quality of life? The life satisfaction impacts of urban afforestation
    Forest Policy and Economics, 2021, 125, (C) Downloads View citations (2)
  3. The Local Labor Market Impacts of US Megafires
    Sustainability, 2021, 13, (16), 1-15 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 View citations (1)
  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 (4)

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 (2)
  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 (9)
  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 (3)
  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 (7)
  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 (3)
  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 View citations (1)
  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 (4)

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 (11)
  2. Invasive Species Impacts on Human Well-being Using the Life Satisfaction Index
    Ecological Economics, 2017, 134, (C), 250-257 Downloads View citations (7)
  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 (8)

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 (7)
 
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