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The benefits and costs of using social distancing to flatten the curve for COVID-19
L Thunström, SC Newbold, D Finnoff, M Ashworth, JF Shogren
Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis 11 (2), 179-195, 2020
6492020
Biodiversity loss affects global disease ecology
MJ Pongsiri, J Roman, VO Ezenwa, TL Goldberg, HS Koren, SC Newbold, ...
Bioscience 59 (11), 945-954, 2009
4142009
Hesitancy toward a COVID-19 vaccine
L Thunström, M Ashworth, D Finnoff, SC Newbold
Ecohealth 18 (1), 44-60, 2021
3212021
Estimating the social cost of non-CO2 GHG emissions: Methane and nitrous oxide
AL Marten, SC Newbold
Energy Policy 51, 957-972, 2012
1512012
Valuing water quality changes using a bioeconomic model of a coastal recreational fishery
DM Massey, SC Newbold, B Gentner
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 52 (1), 482-500, 2006
1482006
The benefits and costs of informal sector pollution control: Mexican brick kilns
A Blackman, JS Shih, D Evans, M Batz, S Newbold, J Cook
Environment and Development Economics 11 (5), 603-627, 2006
952006
Effects of physical distancing to control COVID-19 on public health, the economy, and the environment
SC Newbold, D Finnoff, L Thunström, M Ashworth, JF Shogren
Environmental and Resource Economics 76, 705-729, 2020
852020
Emphasize personal health benefits to boost COVID-19 vaccination rates
M Ashworth, L Thunström, TL Cherry, SC Newbold, DC Finnoff
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (32), e2108225118, 2021
832021
Testing for COVID-19: willful ignorance or selfless behavior?
L Thunström, M Ashworth, JF Shogren, S Newbold, D Finnoff
Behavioural Public Policy 5 (2), 135-152, 2021
802021
Climate response uncertainty and the benefits of greenhouse gas emissions reductions
SC Newbold, A Daigneault
Environmental and Resource Economics 44, 351-377, 2009
762009
Protecting local water quality has global benefits
JA Downing, S Polasky, SM Olmstead, SC Newbold
Nature communications 12 (1), 2709, 2021
752021
Incremental CH4 and N2O mitigation benefits consistent with the US Government's SC-CO2 estimates
AL Marten, EA Kopits, CW Griffiths, SC Newbold, A Wolverton
Climate Policy 15 (2), 272-298, 2015
662015
Potential biodiversity benefits from international programs to reduce carbon emissions from deforestation
J Siikamäki, SC Newbold
Ambio 41, 78-89, 2012
512012
Benefit transfer challenges: perspectives from US practitioners
S Newbold, R David Simpson, D Matthew Massey, MT Heberling, ...
Environmental and Resource Economics 69, 467-481, 2018
452018
The “social cost of carbon” made simple
S Newbold, C Griffiths, C Moore, A Wolverton, K Elizabeth
412010
Prioritizing conservation activities using reserve site selection methods and population viability analysis
SC Newbold, J Siikamäki
Ecological Applications 19 (7), 1774-1790, 2009
412009
A combined hydrologic simulation and landscape design model to prioritize sites for wetlands restoration
SC Newbold
Environmental modeling & assessment 10, 251-263, 2005
402005
Using structural restrictions to achieve theoretical consistency in benefit transfers
SC Newbold, PJ Walsh, DM Massey, J Hewitt
Environmental and Resource Economics 69, 529-553, 2018
372018
INTEGRATED MODELING FOR WATERSHED MANAGEMENT: MULTIPLE OBJECTIVES AND SPATIAL EFFECTS1
SC Newbold
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 38 (2), 341-353, 2002
302002
A rapid assessment model for understanding the social cost of carbon
SC Newbold, C Griffiths, C Moore, A Wolverton, E Kopits
Climate Change Economics 4 (01), 1350001, 2013
292013
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