Kimberly Rollins
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On solving the multirotational timber harvesting problem with stochastic prices: a linear complementarity formulation
M Insley, K Rollins
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 87 (3), 735-755, 2005
1562005
A systems approach to restoring degraded drylands
JJ James, RL Sheley, T Erickson, KS Rollins, MH Taylor, KW Dixon
Journal of Applied Ecology 50 (3), 730-739, 2013
1322013
The case for diminishing marginal existence values
K Rollins, A Lyke
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 36 (3), 324-344, 1998
1301998
Heterogeneous preferences for congestion during a wilderness experience
P Boxall, K Rollins, J Englin
Resource and Energy Economics 25 (2), 177-195, 2003
652003
Moral hazard, externalities, and compensation for crop damages from wildlife
K Rollins, HC Briggs III
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 31 (3), 368-386, 1996
621996
The Sagebrush Steppe Treatment Evaluation Project (SageSTEP): a test of state-and-transition theory
J McIver, MW Brunson, S Bunting, JC Chambers, N Devoe, P Doescher, ...
United States Department of Agriculture, 2010
582010
Using willingness‐to‐pay to assess the economic value of weather forecasts for multiple commercial sectors
KS Rollins, J Shaykewich
Meteorological Applications: A journal of forecasting, practical …, 2003
522003
The economics of fuel management: Wildfire, invasive plants, and the dynamics of sagebrush rangelands in the western United States
MH Taylor, K Rollins, M Kobayashi, RJ Tausch
Journal of Environmental Management 126, 157-173, 2013
462013
Wilderness canoeing in Ontario: using cumulative results to update dichotomous choice contingent valuation offer amounts
K Rollins
Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics/Revue canadienne d'agroeconomie …, 1997
431997
RESOURCE VALUATION AND PUBLIC POLICY: CONSUMERS’WILLINGNESS TO PAY FOR IMPROVING WATER SERVICING INFRASTRUCTURE
K Rollins, O Zachariah, J Frehs, D Tate
Canadian Water Resources Journal 22 (2), 185-195, 1997
251997
A synopsis of short-term response to alternative restoration treatments in sagebrush-steppe: the SageSTEP Project
J McIver, M Brunson, S Bunting, J Chambers, P Doescher, J Grace, ...
Rangeland Ecology & Management 67 (5), 584-598, 2014
202014
Determining water values with computable general equilibrium models
E Fadali, K Rollins, S Stoddard
Washington, DC: National Academy of Public Administration, 2012
202012
Sensitivity of WTP estimates to definition of ‘yes’: reinterpreting expressed response intensity
M Kobayashi, K Rollins, MDR Evans
Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 39 (1), 37-55, 2010
192010
Cheatgrass invasion and woody species encroachment in the Great Basin: Benefits of conservation
MA Weltz, K Spaeth, MH Taylor, K Rollins, F Pierson, L Jolley, M Nearing, ...
Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 69 (2), 39A-44A, 2014
182014
A model to calculate ex ante the threshold value of interaction effects necessary for proposed intercropping projects to be feasible to the landowner and desirable to society
BJ Dyack, K Rollins, AM Gordon
Agroforestry Systems 44 (2), 197-214, 1998
181998
An analysis of congestion effects across and within multiple recreation activities
K Rollins, D Dumitras, A Castledine
Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics/Revue canadienne d'agroeconomie …, 2008
172008
A financial analysis of a white pine improvement cut in Ontario
K Rollins, M Forsyth, S Bonti-Ankomah, B Amoah
The Forestry Chronicle 71 (4), 466-472, 1995
171995
Are normative appeals moral taxes? Evidence from a field experiment on water conservation
DA Brent, C Lott, M Taylor, J Cook, K Rollins, S Stoddard, DA Brent, C Lott, ...
Louisiana State Department of Economics Working Papers Series, 2017
152017
Optimal livestock management on sagebrush rangeland with ecological thresholds, wildfire, and invasive plants
M Kobayashi, K Rollins, MH Taylor
Land Economics 90 (4), 623-648, 2014
142014
Optimal economic management of groundwater quantity and quality: an integrated approach
O Zachariah
121999
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