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Why metrics matter: evaluating policy choices for reactive nitrogen in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed
MBL Birch, BM Gramig, WR Moomaw, OC Doering, III, CJ Reeling
Environmental Science & Technology 45 (1), 168-174, 2011
772011
Environmental and economic trade-offs in a watershed when using corn stover for bioenergy
BM Gramig, CJ Reeling, R Cibin, I Chaubey
Environmental Science & Technology 47 (4), 1784-1791, 2013
532013
Self-protection, strategic interactions, and the relative endogeneity of disease risks
CJ Reeling, RD Horan
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 97 (2), 452-468, 2015
212015
A novel framework for analysis of cross-media environmental effects from agricultural conservation practices
CJ Reeling, BM Gramig
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 146 (1), 44-51, 2012
17*2012
Policy options to enhance agricultural irrigation in Afghanistan: A canal systems approach
CJ Reeling, J Lee, P Mitchell, GH Halimi, A Carver
Agricultural Systems 109, 90-100, 2012
102012
Valuing Goods Allocated via Dynamic Lottery
C Reeling, V Verdier, F Lupi
Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists 7 (4 …, 2020
7*2020
A comparative breakeven net return threshold to guide development of conservation technologies with application to perennial wheat
CJ Reeling, AE Weir, SM Swinton, RC Hayes
72012
A multiple metrics approach to prioritizing strategies for measuring and managing reactive nitrogen in the San Joaquin Valley of California
AI Horowitz, WR Moomaw, D Liptzin, BM Gramig, C Reeling, J Meyer, ...
Environmental Research Letters 11 (6), 064011, 2016
52016
Policy instruments and incentives for coordinated habitat conservation
C Reeling, LH Palm-Forster, RT Melstrom
Environmental and resource economics 73 (3), 791-813, 2019
4*2019
Managing Wildlife Faced with Pathogen Risks Involving Multi-Stable Outcomes
RD Horan, D Finnoff, K Berry, C Reeling, JF Shogren
Environmental and Resource Economics 70 (3), 713-730, 2018
42018
A portfolio-balancing approach to natural capital and liabilities: managing livestock and wildlife diseases with cross-species transmission
RD Horan, EP Fenichel, D Finnoff, C Reeling
Environmental and resource economics 70 (3), 673-689, 2018
42018
Natural vs anthropogenic risk reduction: facing invasion risks involving multi-stable outcomes
D Finnoff, RD Horan, JF Shogren, C Reeling, K Berry
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 132, 113-123, 2016
42016
Efficiency gains from integrated multipollutant trading
C Reeling, C Garnache, R Horan
Resource and Energy Economics 52, 124-136, 2018
32018
Welfare effects of dynamic matching: An empirical analysis
C Reeling, V Verdier
32018
Economic Incentives for Managing Biological Pollution Risks from Trade
C Reeling, RD Horan
Environmental and Resource Economics, 2017
3*2017
Consumer willingness to pay for sustainability attributes in beer: A choice experiment using eco‐labels
AJ Staples, CJ Reeling, NJO Widmar, JL Lusk
Agribusiness 36 (4), 591-612, 2020
22020
The Effect of Chronic Wasting Disease on Resident Deer Hunting Permit Demand in Wisconsin
D Erickson, C Reeling, JG Lee
Animals 9 (12), 1096, 2019
22019
Economic damages from a worst-case oil spill in the Straits of Mackinac
RT Melstrom, C Reeling, L Gupta, SR Miller, Y Zhang, F Lupi
Journal of Great Lakes Research 45 (6), 1130-1141, 2019
22019
Short‐run net returns to a cereal rye cover crop mix in a midwest corn–soybean rotation
NM Thompson, SD Armstrong, RT Roth, MD Ruffatti, CJ Reeling
Agronomy Journal 112 (2), 1068-1083, 2020
12020
When the Levee Breaks: Can Multi‐Pollutant Markets Break the Dam on Point–Nonpoint Market Participation?
C Reeling, RD Horan, C Garnache
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 102 (2), 625-640, 2020
1*2020
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