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Minimum cost strategies for sequestering carbon in forests
DM Adams, RJ Alig, BA McCarl, JM Callaway, SM Winnett
Land economics, 360-374, 1999
2501999
Sequestering carbon on agricultural land: social cost and impacts on timber markets
RM Adams, DM Adams, JM Callaway, CC Chang, BA McCarl
Contemporary Economic Policy 11 (1), 76-87, 1993
2211993
The forest and agricultural sector optimization model (FASOM): model structure and policy applications
DM Adams
US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, 1996
2071996
Assessing effects of mitigation strategies for global climate change with an intertemporal model of the US forest and agriculture sectors
R Alig, D Adams, B McCarl, JM Callaway, S Winnett
Environmental and Resource Economics 9 (3), 259-274, 1997
1951997
Adaptation benefits and costs: are they important in the global policy picture and how can we estimate them?
JM Callaway
Global Environ. Change-Human Policy Dimens. 14, 273-282, 2004
1392004
The Kyoto Protocol, the clean development mechanism, and the building and construction sector
C Cheng, S Pouffary, N Svenningsen, M Callaway
UNEP SBCI, Paris, 2008
1162008
FASOMGHG conceptual structure, and specification: documentation
D Adams, R Alig, BA McCarl, BC Murray, L Bair, B Depro, G Latta, HC Lee, ...
Unpublished paper. College Station, TX: Texas A&M University, Department of …, 2005
1042005
An analysis of the impacts of public timber harvest policies on private forest management in the United States
DM Adams, RJ Alig, BA McCarl, JM Callaway, SM Winnett
Forest Science 42 (3), 343-358, 1996
961996
Economic effects of climate change on US water resources
BJ Hurd, JM Callaway, P Kirshen, J Smith
The impact of climate change on the United States economy, 133-177, 1999
941999
CLIMATIC CHANGE AND U.S. WATER RESOURCES: FROM MODELED WATERSHED IMPACTS TO NATIONAL ESTIMATES1
BH Hurd, M Callaway, J Smith, P Kirshen
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 40 (1), 129-148, 2004
862004
Global climate change and optimal forest management
J Englin, JM Callaway
Natural Resource Modeling 7 (3), 191-202, 1993
861993
The economic consequences of substituting carbon payments for crop subsidies in US agriculture
JM Callaway, B McCarl
Environmental and Resource Economics 7 (1), 15-43, 1996
741996
The role of agriculture in climate change: a preliminary evaluation of emission-control strategies
RM Adams, CC Chang, BA McCarl, JM Callaway
Economic issues in Global Climate Change, 273-287, 2019
702019
Business finder for locating local businesses to contact
D Santoro, DS Young, J Callaway, O Imeokparia, GJ Badros
US Patent 8,010,407, 2011
672011
Mapping changes in tidal wetland vegetation composition and pattern across a salinity gradient using high spatial resolution imagery
K Tuxen, L Schile, D Stralberg, S Siegel, T Parker, M Vasey, J Callaway, ...
Wetlands Ecology and Management 19 (2), 141-157, 2011
652011
Environmental impacts of sequestering carbon through forestation
J Englin, JM Callaway
Climatic Change 31 (1), 67-78, 1995
551995
Evaluation of climate change impacts on energy demand
V Taseska, N Markovska, JM Callaway
Energy 48 (1), 88-95, 2012
542012
The Berg river dynamic spatial equilibrium model: A new tool for assessing the benefits and costs of alternatives for coping with water demand growth, climate variability, and …
JM Callaway, DB Louw, JC Nkomo, ME Hellmuth, DA Sparks
Document de travail de l’AIACC, 41, 2006
422006
Evaluating the progress of restored cordgrass (Spartina foliosa) marshes: belowground biomass and tissue nitrogen
KE Boyer, JC Callaway, JB Zedler
Estuaries 23 (5), 711-721, 2000
402000
The forest and agricultural sector optimization model (FASOM): Model structure and policy applications. Research Paper PNW-RP-495
DM Adams, RJ Alig, JM Callaway, BA McCarl, SM Winnett
US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research …, 1996
391996
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