Alexander Maas
Alexander Maas
University of Idaho, Department of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology
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Evaluating the effect of conservation motivations on residential water demand
A Maas, C Goemans, D Manning, S Kroll, M Arabi, M Rodriguez-McGoffin
Journal of environmental management 196, 394-401, 2017
Evaluating the role of coastal habitats and sea‐level rise in hurricane risk mitigation: An ecological economic assessment method and application to a business decision
SMW Reddy, G Guannel, R Griffin, J Faries, T Boucher, M Thompson, ...
Integrated environmental assessment and management 12 (2), 328-344, 2016
Finding solutions to water scarcity: incorporating ecosystem service values into business planning at The Dow Chemical Company’s Freeport, TX facility
SMW Reddy, RI McDonald, AS Maas, A Rogers, EH Girvetz, J North, ...
Ecosystem Services 12, 94-107, 2015
Producer responses to surface water availability and implications for climate change adaptation
DT Manning, C Goemans, A Maas
Land Economics 93 (4), 631-653, 2017
Water storage in a changing environment: The impact of allocation institutions on value
A Maas, A Dozier, DT Manning, C Goemans
Water Resources Research 53 (1), 672-687, 2017
Evaluating the sensitivity of residential water demand estimation to model specification and instrument choices
R Puri, A Maas
Water Resources Research 56 (1), e2019WR026156, 2020
Dilemmas, coordination and defection: How uncertain tipping points induce common pool resource destruction
A Maas, C Goemans, D Manning, S Kroll, T Brown
Games and Economic Behavior 104, 760-774, 2017
A (mis) alignment of farmer experience and perceptions of climate change in the US inland Pacific Northwest
A Maas, C Wardropper, G Roesch-McNally, J Abatzoglou
Climatic Change, 1-19, 2020
Industrialized watersheds have elevated risk and limited opportunities to mitigate risk through water trading
SMW Reddy, RI McDonald, AS Maas, A Rogers, EH Girvetz, J Molnar, ...
Water resources and industry 11, 27-45, 2015
Complements of the house: Estimating demand-side linkages between residential water and electricity
A Maas, C Goemans, DT Manning, J Burkhardt, M Arabi
Water Resources and Economics 29, 100140, 2020
Enthusiasm curbed: Home value implications of curbside parking rights
A Maas, P Watson
Land use policy 77, 705-711, 2018
Financing integration of urban water systems: from service provision to resource management
NS Grigg, T Connor, A Maas
Public Works Management & Policy 23 (2), 186-198, 2018
Modeling commercial demand for water: Exploring alternative prices, instrumental variables, and heterogeneity
M Flyr, J Burkhardt, C Goemans, L Hans, A Neel, A Maas
Land economics 95 (2), 211-224, 2019
Elections have consequences: partisan politics may be literally killing US
A Maas, L Lu
Applied health economics and health policy 19 (1), 45-56, 2021
Preferences for Alternative Water Supplies in the Pacific Northwest: A Discrete Choice Experiment
K Awad, A Maas, C Wardropper
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 147 (4), 04021007, 2021
The unintended benefits of the Conservation Reserve Program for air quality
DA Becker, A Maas, J Bayham, J Crooks
GeoHealth 6 (10), e2022GH000648, 2022
An Exploration of Preferences for Soil Health Practices in Potato Production
AS Maas, CS McIntosh, KB Fuller
A Case Study in Contamination: Persistent Home Value Losses Associated with the Elk River Spill
K Burton, A Maas, K Lee
An Analysis of the Impact of Drought on Agriculture, Local Economies, Public Health, and Crime Across the Western United States
D Manning, J Burkhardt, C Goemans, A Maas
NOAA-NIDIS Report, 2021
“Elections have Consequences”: Partisan Politics are Literally Killing Us
AS Maas, L Lu
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