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Phenomenological and mechanistic modeling of recreational angling behavior using creel data (with A. Jensen and J.T. Peterson). Revisions requested at Fisheries Research.
The Instagram effect: Is social media impacting visitation to public land? (with A. Lowe Mackenzie and B. Zhao). Revisions requested at Land Economics.
Non-market beneftis of restoring sandy beach and coastal dune landscapes (with T. Nguyen, D. Kling, S. Hacker, D. Lew, P. Ruggerio and K. Roy). Revisions requested at Land Economics.
Institutional barriers to managed retreat (with Y. Hashida) Under Review.
Access to recreational cannabis reduces demand for prescription opioids with limited mortality impacts (with W.J. Beasley).
Caution ahead: Do respondents ignore future payments in stated preference questions? (with D. Lew, D.J. Lewis, and D. Kling)
Work in Progress
Balancing the tradeoffs and optimizing the social benefits of coastal dunes and their ecosystem services (with S. D. Hacker, P. Hovenga, K. Jay, R. Mostow, and P. Ruggiero)
A Green Rush? Cannabis legal status and agricultural land values (with W.J. Beasley)