Socio-Economic & Policy Publications

To understand urbanization, it is necessary to consider how humans interact with the environment. The CFS supports research related to the socioeconmics and policy of the urban-rural interface and how human decisions, practices, and culture influence the environment.

A list of CFS supported publications related to socioeconomics and policy is provided below.

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Alley, K.D.2012The paradigm shift in India’s river policies: From sacred to transferable watersIn B. R. Johnston, editor. Water, Cultural Diversity and Global Environmental Change: Emerging Trends, Sustainable Futures? UNESCO-Springer
Alley, K.D. and G. Drew2012GangaIn A. Hiltebeitel, editor. Oxford Bibliographies Online: Hinduism, http://oxfordbibliographies uism
Alley, K.D.2011The Disappearing Rivers of IndiaAsia Pacific Memo. http://www.asiapacificmem
Springborn, M., C.M. Romagosa, and R.P. Keller2011The value of non-indigenous species risk assessment in international tradeEcological Economics 70: 2145-2153
Nagy, C., and B.G. Lockaby2011Urbanization in the southeastern United States: Socioeconomics forces and ecological responses along an urban-rural gradientUrban Ecosystems 14: 71-86
Meng, L., and D. Zhang2011Impacts of property tax on land use change decisions in GeorgiaUrban Ecosystems DOI 10.1007/s11252-011-0172-9
Elias, E., M. Dougherty, P. Srivastava, and D. Laband2011The impact of forest to urban land conversion on water quality and drinking water treatment cost, Converse Reservoir, Southern Alabama, USAUrban Ecosystems DOI 10.1007/s11252-011-0198-z
Alley, K.D. 2010The Goddess Ganga: her power, mythos, and worldly challengesIn P. Monaghan, editor. Goddesses in World Culture Vol. I. ABC-CLIO, California
Styers, D.M., A.H. Chappelka, L.J. Marzen and G.L. Somers2010Scale matters: indicators of ecological health along the urban-rural interface near Columbus, GeorgiaEcological Indicators 10: 224-233
Alley, K.D.2009Legal activism and river pollution in IndiaGeorgetown International Law Review 11: 793-820
Bhattarai, G., P. Srivastava, L. Marzen, and U. Hatch2008Assessment of economic and water quality impacts of land use change using a simple bioeconomic modelEnvironmental Management 42:122-131
Polyakov, M., and D. Zhang2008Population growth and land use dynamics along urban-rural gradientJournal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 40: 649-666
Robinson, L., and C. Bailey2008Ideologically structured information exchange among environmental groupsRural Sociology 73: 230-249
Brown, R.M., and D.N. Laband2007Applicability of research findings to local conservation policyConservation Biology 21: 549-551
Folegatti, B .S., M.F. Smidt, E.F. Loewenstein, E. Carter, and T. McDonald2007Productivity and cost analysis of mechanical thinning treatments in small stands at the Wildland Urban InterfaceForest Products Journal 57: 33-38
Folegatti, B.S., and M.F. Smidt2007Cost and cost trends for forestry practices in the SoutheastForest Landowner 66: 5
Pandit, R., and D.N. Laband2007General and specific spatial autocorrelation: insights from country-level analysis of species imperilmentEcological Economics 61: 75-80
Premore, S.A., J. McDaniel, and J.S. Kush2007Presettlement forests and fire in southern AlabamaCanadian Journal of Forest Research 37: 1723-1736
Reilly, J., B. Felzer, D. Kickligher, J.M. Melillo, H.Q. Tian, and M. Asadoorian2007The prospects for carbon sinks in greenhouse gas emissions trading systemsIn D. Reay, C.N. Hewitt, K. Smith and J. Grace, editors. Greenhouse Gas Sinks. CABI Publishing, Oxfordshire, UK.
Vitale, M., L.J. Marzen, and C. Bailey2007Geographic barriers to primary health care services for Hispanic residents in Toombs County, GeorgiaPapers of the Applied Geography Conferences 30: 106-115
Zhang, Y., A. Hussian, J. Deng, and N. Letson2007Public attitudes toward urban trees and supporting urban tree programsEnvironment and Behavior 39: 797-814
Zhu, P., and Y. Zhang2007Demand for urban forests in United States citiesLandscape and Urban Planning 84: 93-300
Brown, R.M., and D.N. Laband2006Species imperilment and spatial development patterns in the United StatesConservation Biology 20: 239-44
Li, Y., and D. Zhang2006Incidence of the 1996 U.S.-Canada Softwood Lumber Agreement among landowners, loggers, and lumber manufacturers in the U.S. SouthForest Science 52: 422-431
Pandit, R., and D.N. Laband2006Spatial autocorrelation in country-level models of species imperilmentEcological Economics 60: 526-532
Zhang, D., A. Hussain, A. and J.B. Armstrong2006Supply of hunting leases from non-industrial private forest lands in AlabamaHuman Dimensions in Wildlife 11:1-14
Zhu, P., and Y. Zhang2006Demand for urban forests and economic welfare: evidence from the Southeastern U.S. CitiesJournal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 38: 279-285
Nagubadi,R.V., and D. Zhang2005Economic and Policy Perspectives of the Wildland-Urban InterfaceForest Policy and Economics 7: 721-731
Casanova, V., and J.M. McDaniel2005No Sobra y No Falta: Recruitment networks and guest workers in Southeastern US forest industriesUrban Anthropology & Studies of Cultural Systems & Economic Development 34: 45-84
Casanova, V., and J.M. McDaniel2005Forest management and the H2B guest worker program in the Southeastern US: An assessment of contractors and their crewsJournal of Forestry 103: 114-19
Lockaby, B.G., D. Zhang, J. McDaniel, H. Tian, and S. Pan2005Interdisciplinary research at the urban-rural interface: the West GA projectUrban Ecosystems 8: 7-21
McDaniel, J., and K.D. Alley2005Connecting local environmental knowledge and land use practices: A human ecosystem approach to urbanization in West Georgia Urban Ecosystems 8: 23-38
Nagubadi, R.V., and D. Zhang2005Determinants of timberland use by ownership and forest type in Alabama and GeorgiaJournal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 37: 173-186
Robinson, L., M. Dubois, and C. Bailey2005County level extension programming: continuity and change in the Alabama Cooperative Extension SystemJournal of Extension 43: 1-9
Stratford, J.A. and W.D. Robinson2005Distribution of neotropical migratory bird species across an urbanizing landscapeUrban Ecosystems 8: 59-77
Tian, H.Q., J. Liu, J. M. Melillo, M. Liu, D. Kicklighter, X. Yan, and S. Pan2005The terrestrial carbon budget in East Asia: human and natural impactsIn C. Fu, J. Freney and J. Steward, editors. Changes in the Human-Monsoon System of East Asia in the Context of Global Change. SCOPE Series, Island Press, Washington D.C.
Zhang, Y., Y. Pan, and Y. Li2005Critique on non-market valuation of natural and environmental resourcesJournal of Natural Resources 20: 453-460
Zhang, Y., and Y. Li2005Valuing or pricing natural and environmental resources?Environmental Science and Policy 8: 179-186
Casanova, V., and J.M. McDaniel2004Pines in lines: Tree Planting, H2B Guest Workers, and Rural Poverty in AlabamaSouthern Rural Sociology 19: 73-96
Kang, M.2003U.S. wood products and regional tradeAtlantic Economic Journal 31: 386
Laband, D.N.2003Environmental policy and the rural-urban interface: tragedy in the political commonsForest Landowner 62: 38-41

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