Sergey Rabotyagov
Sergey Rabotyagov
Associate Professor, School of Environmental and Forest Sciences, University of Washington
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The economics of dead zones: Causes, impacts, policy challenges, and a model of the Gulf of Mexico hypoxic zone
SS Rabotyagov, CL Kling, PW Gassman, NN Rabalais, RE Turner
Review of Environmental Economics and Policy, 2020
Least‐cost control of agricultural nutrient contributions to the Gulf of Mexico hypoxic zone
S Rabotyagov, T Campbell, M Jha, PW Gassman, J Arnold, L Kurkalova, ...
Ecological Applications 20 (6), 1542-1555, 2010
Measuring recreational visitation at US National Parks with crowd-sourced photographs
C Sessions, SA Wood, S Rabotyagov, DM Fisher
Journal of environmental management 183, 703-711, 2016
Cost-effective targeting of conservation investments to reduce the northern Gulf of Mexico hypoxic zone
SS Rabotyagov, TD Campbell, M White, JG Arnold, J Atwood, ML Norfleet, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (52), 18530-18535, 2014
LUMINATE: linking agricultural land use, local water quality and Gulf of Mexico hypoxia
CL Kling, Y Panagopoulos, SS Rabotyagov, AM Valcu, PW Gassman, ...
European Review of Agricultural Economics 41 (3), 431-459, 2014
Reversing the Property Rights: Practice-Based Approaches for Controlling Agricultural Nonpoint-Source Water Pollution When Emissions Aggregate Nonlinearly
S Rabotyagov, A Valcu, C Kling
American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 2013
How much is that birdie in my backyard? A cross-continental economic valuation of native urban songbirds
B Clucas, S Rabotyagov, JM Marzluff
Urban Ecosystems 18 (1), 251-266, 2015
Nonpoint‐Source Pollution Reduction for an Iowa Watershed: An Application of Evolutionary Algorithms
SS Rabotyagov, M Jha, TD Campbell
Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics/Revue canadienne d'agroeconomie …, 2010
Paying for forest ecosystem services: voluntary versus mandatory payments
GE Roesch-McNally, SS Rabotyagov
Environmental management 57 (3), 585-600, 2016
Small Forest Landowner Preferences for Working Forest Conservation Contract Attributes: A Case of Washington State, USA
S Rabotyagov, S Lin
Journal of Forest Economics, 2013
Impact of crop rotations on optimal selection of conservation practices for water quality protection
SS Rabotyagov, MK Jha, T Campbell
journal of soil and water conservation 65 (6), 369-380, 2010
Optimal placement of conservation practices using genetic algorithms with SWAT.
M Jha, S Rabotyagov, P Gassman
International Agricultural Engineering Journal 18 (1-2), 41-50, 2009
ECOSEL: Multi-Objective Optimization to Sell Forest Ecosystem Services
SF Tóth, GJ Ettl, N Könnyű, SS Rabotyagov, LW Rogers
Forest Policy and Economics, 2013
Ecosystem services under benefit and cost uncertainty: an application to soil carbon sequestration
SS Rabotyagov
Land Economics 86 (4), 668-686, 2010
Assessing irrigators’ preferences for water market lease attributes with a stated preferences approach
J Cook, SS Rabotyagov
Water Resources and Economics 7, 19-38, 2014
ECOSEL: an auction mechanism for forest ecosystem services.
SF Tóth, GJ Ettl, SS Rabotyagov
Mathematical & Computational Forestry & Natural Resource Sciences 2 (2), 2010
Political affiliation predicts public attitudes toward gray wolf (Canis lupus) conservation and management
MJ van Eeden LM, Rabotyagov S, Kather M, Bogezi C, Wirsing A
Conservation Science and Practice 3 (3), 2021
Estimation of a binary choice model with grouped choice data
LA Kurkalova, SS Rabotyagov
Economics Letters 90 (2), 170-175, 2006
Conservation practices in Iowa: historical investments, water quality, and gaps
C Kling, S Rabotyagov, M Jha, H Feng, J Parcel, P Gassman, T Campbell
A report to the Iowa farm bureau and partners. Final report. Iowa State …, 2007
Auctioning the forest: a qualitative approach to exploring stakeholder responses to bidding on forest ecosystem services
GE Roesch-McNally, S Rabotyagov, JC Tyndall, G Ettl, SF Tóth
Small-scale Forestry 15 (3), 321-333, 2016
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