Jeffrey M. Peterson
Jeffrey M. Peterson
Water Resources Center, University of Minnesota
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Economic adjustments to groundwater depletion in the high plains: Do water‐saving irrigation systems save water?
JM Peterson, Y Ding
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 87 (1), 147-159, 2005
Environmental policies for a multifunctional agricultural sector in open economies
JM Peterson, RN Boisvert, H De Gorter
European Review of Agricultural Economics 29 (4), 423-443, 2002
Fixed effects estimation of the intensive and extensive margins of irrigation water demand
NP Hendricks, JM Peterson
Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 37 (1), 1-19, 2012
Understanding human–landscape interactions in the “Anthropocene”
CP Harden, A Chin, MR English, R Fu, KA Galvin, AK Gerlak, ...
Environmental management 53 (1), 4-13, 2014
Groundwater use under incomplete information
AE Saak, JM Peterson
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 54 (2), 214-228, 2007
Accessible integration of agriculture, groundwater, and economic models using the Open Modeling Interface (OpenMI): methodology and initial results
T Bulatewicz, X Yang, JM Peterson, S Staggenborg, SM Welch, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 14 (3), 521-534, 2010
Factors affecting farmers' willingness to grow alternative biofuel feedstocks across Kansas
MM Caldas, JS Bergtold, JM Peterson, RW Graves, D Earnhart, S Gong, ...
Biomass and Bioenergy 66, 223-231, 2014
Conserving the Ogallala Aquifer: Efficiency, equity, and moral motives
JM Peterson, TL Marsh, JR Williams
Choices 2003 (1st qtr.), 15-18, 2003
The influence of ethical attitudes on the demand for environmental recreation: incorporating lexicographic preferences
BR Gelso, JM Peterson
Ecological Economics 53 (1), 35-45, 2005
Transaction costs in payment for environmental service contracts
JM Peterson, CM Smith, JC Leatherman, NP Hendricks, JA Fox
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 97 (1), 219-238, 2015
Attitudes of Great Plains producers about best management practices, conservation programs, and water quality
CM Smith, JM Peterson, JC Leatherman
Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 62 (5), 97A-103A, 2007
The simple script wrapper for OpenMI: enabling interdisciplinary modeling studies
T Bulatewicz, A Allen, JM Peterson, S Staggenborg, SM Welch, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 39, 283-294, 2013
Groundwater economics: An object-oriented foundation for integrated studies of irrigated agricultural systems
DR Steward, JM Peterson, X Yang, T Bulatewicz, M Herrera-Rodriguez, ...
Water Resources Research 45 (5), 2009
Efficiency of viable groundwater management policies
T Guilfoos, N Khanna, JM Peterson
Land Economics 92 (4), 618-640, 2016
Farmers' Perceived Costs of Wetlands: Effects of Wetland Size, Hydration, and Dispersion
BR Gelso, JA Fox, JM Peterson
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 90 (1), 172-185, 2008
Incentive‐Compatible Pollution Control Policies under Asymmetric Information on Both Risk Preferences and Technology
JM Peterson, RN Boisvert
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 86 (2), 291-306, 2004
Comparing the cost-effectiveness of water conservation policies in a depleting aquifer: A dynamic analysis of the Kansas High Plains
Y Ding, JM Peterson
Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 44 (2), 223-234, 2012
High Plains Aquifer study revisited: a 20-year retrospective for western Kansas
JM Peterson, DJ Bernardo
Great Plain Research 13, 179-97, 2003
Calibration of a crop model to irrigated water use using a genetic algorithm
T Bulatewicz, W Jin, S Staggenborg, S Lauwo, M Miller, S Das, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 13 (8), 1467-1483, 2009
Japanese consumers' valuation of rice and pork from domestic, US, and other origins
HH Peterson, JC Bernard, JA Fox, JM Peterson
Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 93-106, 2013
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