WORKING PAPERS

  • Bernknopf, R., Y. Kuwayama, R. Gibson, J. Blakely, B. Mabee, T. J. Clifford, B. Quayle, J. Epting, T. Hardy, and D. Goodrich. The cost-effectiveness of satellite Earth observations to inform a post-wildfire response. Revise and resubmit, International Journal of Wildland Fire. [RFF Working Paper]

  • Stroming, S., M. Robertson, B. Mabee, Y. Kuwayama, and B. Schaeffer. Quantifying the human health benefits of using satellite information to detect cyanobacterial harmful algal blooms and manage recreational advisories in U.S. lakes. Submitted.

 

  • Earnhart, D., S. Jacobson, Y. Kuwayama, and R. Woodward. Discretionary exemptions from environmental regulation: Flexibility for good or for ill. [RFF Working Paper]

 

  • Kuwayama, Y., S. Olmstead, and J. Zheng. The value of water quality: Separating amenity and recreational benefits.
     

  • Öberg, G., G. Metson, Y. Kuwayama, and S. A. Conrad. High time to normalize “alternative” sanitation models.

 

  • Kuwayama, Y., and J. Rayl. Can water markets price the reliability of a water right efficiently? Evidence from transfers of non-consumptive water rights in Chile.

 

  • Kuwayama, Y., K. Kroetz, J. Ashander, T. Treakle, and C. Speir. Optimal water allocations in linked hydrologic and ecological systems.

 

  • Kuwayama, Y., E. Swiedler, and A. Thompson. Water use by the shale gas industry in the Susquehanna River Basin.

 

  • Fitzgerald, T., Y. Kuwayama, and S. Olmstead. How does natural resource ownership mediate the impacts of local extraction activities? Evidence from fracking and farms.

 

  • Kandpal, E., Y. Kuwayama, and K. Baylis. Can irrigation mitigate the impacts of weather shocks on child health? Evidence from household-level irrigation adoption in India.

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