Nathan Parker
Nathan Parker
Verified email at asu.edu
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
Using natural gas transmission pipeline costs to estimate hydrogen pipeline costs
N Parker
1612004
Development of a biorefinery optimized biofuel supply curve for the Western United States
N Parker, P Tittmann, Q Hart, R Nelson, K Skog, A Schmidt, E Gray, ...
Biomass and Bioenergy 34 (11), 1597-1607, 2010
1562010
A spatially explicit techno-economic model of bioenergy and biofuels production in California
PW Tittmann, NC Parker, QJ Hart, BM Jenkins
Journal of Transport Geography 18 (6), 715-728, 2010
1122010
Some inconvenient truths about climate change policy: The distributional impacts of transportation policies
SP Holland, JE Hughes, CR Knittel, NC Parker
Review of Economics and Statistics 97 (5), 1052-1069, 2015
842015
From waste to hydrogen: An optimal design of energy production and distribution network
N Parker, Y Fan, J Ogden
Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review 46 (4 …, 2010
592010
Strategic Assessment of Bioenergy Development in the West: Spatial analysis and supply curve development
N Parker, P Tittmann, Q Hart, M Lay, J Cunningham, B Jenkins, R Nelson, ...
Final Report to the Western Governor’s Association, prepared by the …, 2008
47*2008
Assessment of technologies to meet a low carbon fuel standard
S Yeh, NP Lutsey, NC Parker
Environmental Science & Technology 43 (18), 6907-6914, 2009
442009
Sustainable transportation energy pathways: A research summary for decision makers
JM Ogden, L Anderson
Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis, 2011
362011
How negative can biofuels with CCS take us and at what cost? Refining the economic potential of biofuel production with CCS using spatially-explicit modeling
N Johnson, N Parker, J Ogden
Energy Procedia 63, 6770-6791, 2014
332014
Unintended consequences of carbon policies: transportation fuels, land-use, emissions, and innovation
SP Holland, JE Hughes, CR Knittel, NC Parker
The Energy Journal 36 (3), 2015
30*2015
Optimizing the design of biomass hydrogen supply chains using real-world spatial distributions: a case study using California rice straw
NC Parker
292007
Renewable natural gas in California: An assessment of the technical and economic potential
N Parker, R Williams, R Dominguez-Faus, D Scheitrum
Energy Policy 111, 235-245, 2017
272017
The role of biomass in California's hydrogen economy
NC Parker, JM Ogden, Y Fan
Energy Policy 36 (10), 3925-3939, 2008
232008
Spatially explicit projection of biofuel supply for meeting renewable fuel standard
N Parker
Transportation research record 2287 (1), 72-79, 2012
212012
Economic impact of combined torrefaction and pelletization processes on forestry biomass supply
Y Li, P Tittmann, N Parker, B Jenkins
Gcb Bioenergy 9 (4), 681-693, 2017
202017
Modeling future biofuel supply chains using spatially explicit infrastructure optimization
N Parker
172011
Geospatial, temporal and economic analysis of alternative fuel infrastructure: The case of freight and US natural gas markets
Y Fan, A Lee, N Parker, D Scheitrum, R Dominguez-Faus, AM Jaffe, ...
The Energy Journal 38 (6), 2017
162017
The feasibility of renewable natural gas as a large-scale, low carbon substitute
AM Jaffe, R Dominguez-Faus, N Parker, D Scheitrum, J Wilcock, M Miller
California Air Resources Board Final Draft Report Contract, 2016
162016
Three routes forward for biofuels: Incremental, leapfrog, and transitional
GM Morrison, J Witcover, NC Parker, L Fulton
Energy Policy 88, 64-73, 2016
152016
Using natural gas transmission pipeline costs to estimate hydrogen pipeline costs. Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California
N Parker
University of California-Davis, Davis, CA, Report No. UCD-ITS-RR-04-35, 2004
152004
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20