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Joseph Little
Joseph Little
Associate Professor of Economics University of Alaska fairbanks
Verified email at alaska.edu
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Explaining Disparities between Actual and Hypothetical Stated Values: Further Investigation Using Meta-Analysis
J Little, R Berrens
Economics Bulletin, 2004
320*2004
Socioeconomic benefits of large carnivore recolonization through reduced wildlife‐vehicle collisions
SL Gilbert, KJ Sivy, CB Pozzanghera, A DuBour, K Overduijn, MM Smith, ...
Conservation Letters 10 (4), 431-439, 2017
812017
The Southwestern market for big-game hunting permits and services: a hedonic pricing analysis
JM Little, RP Berrens
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 13 (3), 143-157, 2008
332008
Meta-analysis of the probability of disparity between actual and hypothetical valuation responses: Extension and preliminary new results
J Little, CD Broadbent, RP Berrens
Western Economics Forum 11 (1), 1-12, 2012
272012
Inducing private wildfire risk mitigation: Experimental investigation of measures on adjacent public lands
T Prante, JM Little, ML Jones, M McKee, RP Berrens
Journal of forest economics 17 (4), 415-431, 2011
272011
The value of residential energy efficiency in interior Alaska: A hedonic pricing analysis
D Pride, J Little, M Mueller-Stoffels
Energy policy 123, 450-460, 2018
222018
Uncharted Territory–The Charter Forest Experiment on the Valles Caldera National Preserve: An Initial Economic and Policy Analysis
J Little, RP Berrens, PA Champ
Natural Resources Journal, 33-75, 2005
172005
The persistence of subsistence: Wild food harvests in rural Alaska, 1983-2013
JS Magdanz, J Greenberg, J Little, D Koster
Available at SSRN 2779464, 2016
162016
Emerging anthropogenic influences on the Southcentral Alaska temperature and precipitation extremes and related fires in 2019
US Bhatt, RT Lader, JE Walsh, PA Bieniek, R Thoman, M Berman, ...
Land 10 (1), 82, 2021
132021
Homeowner preferences for wildfire risk mitigation in the alaskan wildland urban interface
A Molina, J Little, S Drury, R Jandt
Sustainability 13 (21), 11754, 2021
102021
Aquatic invasive species change ecosystem services from the world's largest wild sockeye salmon fisheries in Alaska
T Schwoerer, JM Little, MD Adkison
Journal of Ocean and Coastal Economics 6 (1), 2, 2019
92019
Evaluating potential economic effects of an industrial road on subsistence in north-central Alaska
M Guettabi, J Greenberg, J Little, K Joly
Arctic, 305-317, 2016
92016
Evaluating the effectiveness of fuel treatments in Alaska
JM Little, R Jandt, SA Drury, A Molina, B Lane
Final re-port to the Joint Fire Science Program (JFSP project no. 14-5-01-27 …, 2018
82018
Investigation of stated and revealed preferences for an elk hunting raffle
JM Little, KM Grimsrud, PA Champ, RP Berrens
Land Economics 82 (4), 623-640, 2006
82006
Quantifying expert opinion with discrete choice models: Invasive elodea's influence on Alaska salmonids
T Schwoerer, J Little, GD Hayward
Journal of Environmental Management 271, 110924, 2020
62020
Hitchhikers on floats to Arctic freshwater: Private aviation and recreation loss from aquatic invasion
T Schwoerer, JM Little, JI Schmidt, KW Borash
Ambio 49 (8), 1364-1376, 2020
62020
Flight plan for the future: floatplane pilots and researchers team up to predict invasive species dispersal in Alaska
T Schwoerer, RJ Dial, JM Little, AE Martin, JM Morton, JI Schmidt, ...
Biological Invasions 24 (4), 1229-1245, 2022
52022
The value of energy efficiency in the anchorage residential property market
DJ Pride, JM Little, M Mueller-Stoffels
Journal of Sustainable Real Estate 9 (1), 172-194, 2017
52017
Moving Sea ice prediction forward Via community intercomparison
M Steele, H Eicken, U Bhatt, P Bieniek, E Blanchard-Wrigglesworth, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 102 (12), E2226-E2228, 2021
32021
Identifying Core Themes for an Integrated HSEM Curriculum
C Cameron, JM Little
Journal of Homeland Security Education 8, 1-22, 2019
32019
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