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Journals

57. "Nitrogen sources and Gulf hypoxia: potential for environmental credit trading" Ecological Economics 52 (2005) 159– 168 (Ribaudo, Heimlich, Peters)

56. "Politics and Indices in the Conservation Reserve Program" Ecological Indicators, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2001, pp. 11-20. (Ribaudo, Hoag, Smith and Heimlich)

55. "Economic Analysis as a Basis for Large-Scale Nitrogen Control Decisions: Reducing Nitrogen Loads to the Gulf of Mexico" The Scientific World, Vol. 1, No. 2, 2001, pp. 968-975. (Doering, Ribaudo, Diaz-Hermelo, Heimlich, Hitzhusen, Howard, Kazmierczak, Lee, Libby, Milon, Peters, and Prato)

54. "Least-cost management of nonpoint source pollution: source reduction versus interception strategies for controlling nitrogen loss in the Mississippi Basin" Ecological Economics, Vol. 37, 2001, pp. 183-197.(Ribaudo, Heimlich, Claassen, and Peters).

53. "Development At and Beyond the Urban Fringe: Impacts on Agriculture" Agricultural Outlook AGO-283, August 2001. (Heimlich and Anderson).

52. "Genetically Engineered Crops: Has Adoption Reduced Pesticide Use?" Agricultural Outlook AO-273, August 2000. (Heimlich, Fernandez-Cornejo, McBride, Klotz-Ingram, Jans, and Brooks).

51. "Conservation Choices for a New Millenium" Choices 4th Quarter, 1999, pp. 43-46 (with Claassen).

50. "Estimating the Effects of Relaxing Agricultural Land Use Restrictions: Wetland Delineation in the Swampbuster Program" Review of Agricultural Economics, Vol. 20, No. 2, Fall/Winter 1998, pp. 390-405. (Claassen, Heimlich, House, and Wiebe)

49. "Agriculture and 'No Net Loss' of Wetlands" Choices 4th Quarter, 1998 (centerfold) (Heimlich, Wiebe, Claassen, Gadsby, and House)

48. "Paying for Wetlands: Benefits, Bribes, and Taxes" National Wetlands Newsletter, Vol. 20, No. 6, November-December 1998, pp. 1-15. (Heimlich and Claassen)

47. "Agriculture and Wetlands: Is 'No Net Loss' Achievable?" Agricultural Outlook AO-252, June-July 1998.

46. "Precision Agriculture: Information Technology for Improved Resource Use" Agricultural Outlook AO-250, April 1998.

45. "Agricultural Conservaton Policy at a Crossroads." Agricultural and Resource Economics Review Vol. 27, No. 1, April 1998, pp. 95-107. (Heimlich and Claassen).

44. "Estimating Cost Savings to Agriculture from Publicly Available Differential Global Positioning Systems." Modern Agriculture. Vol. 1, No. 4, October-November 1997, pp. 28-9, (Daberkow, Heimlich, and Breneman).

43. "Recent Evolution of Environmental Policy: Lessons From Wetlands," Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, Vol. 52, No. 3, May-Jun. 1997, pp157-161.(Heimlich, Wiebe, Claassen, and House).

42. "Sustaining Our Wetlands Gains," National Wetlands Newsletter, Vol. 19, No. 4, Jun.-Jul. 1997, pp 5-9. (Heimlich, Wiebe, and Claassen).

41. "Wetlands potentially exempted and converted under proposed delineation changes." Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. Vol. 51, No. 5, September-October, 1996, pp. 403-7, (Wiebe, Heimlich, and Claassen).

40. "Wetland Losses/Wetland Gains: Where is the Nation Headed?" National Wetlands Newsletter, Vol. 17, No.3May/June 1995, pp.1-25. (Heimlich and Melanson).

39. "The Evolution of Federal Wetlands Policy" Choices First Quarter, 1995. (Heimlich and Wiebe)

38. "Green Payments as a Policy Option" Agricultural Outlook AO-219 June 1995.

37. "Simulating Cost-Effective Wetlands Reserves: A Comparison of Positive and Normative Approaches" Natural Resources Modeling Vol. 9, No.1 Winter 1995, pp.81-96. (Parks, Kramer and Heimlich).

36. "Post-Flood Expansion of WRP" Agricultural Outlook. AO-211 September 1994. (Heimlich and Gadsby)

35. "Changes Ahead for Conservation Reserve Program" Agricultural Outlook. AO-209 July 1994. (Osborn and Heimlich)

34. "Changes in Land Quality Accompanying Urbanization in U.S. Fast-Growth Counties" Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. Vol. 49, No. 4, May 1994, pp. 367-374. (Heimlich and Krupa).

33. "Costs of an Agricultural Wetland Reserve" Land Economics. Vol. 70, No. 2. May 1994, pp. 234-46.

32. "Wetlands Policies in the Clean Water Act" Water Resources Update. special issue: The Clean Water Act Revisited. No. 94, Winter 1994, pp. 52-60.

31. "U.S. Conservation Policy--What's Ahead?" Agricultural Outlook. AO-202. November 1993. (Osborn, Anderson, Heimlich and Ribaudo).

30. "The Conservation Reserve Program: What Happens When Contracts Expire?" Choices. Third Quarter. 1993, pp. 9-14. (Heimlich and Osborn).

29. "Strategies for Wetlands Protection and Restoration." Agricultural Outlook AO-200. September 1993. (Heimlich and Gadsby).

28. "Farmland Loss to Urban Encroachment No Threat to U.S. Agriculture." Rural Development Perspectives. Vol. 8, No. 1, September 1992, pp. 2-7.(Heimlich and Vesterby).

27. "Agricultural Adaptation to Urbanization: Farm Types in Northeast Metropolitan Areas." Northeastern Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics. Vol. 21, No.1, April 1992 (Heimlich and Barnard).

26. "New Wetland Definition Debated." Agricultural Outlook AO-180. November 1991.

25. "Land Use and Demographic Change: Results from Fast Growth Counties." Land Economics. Vol. 67, No. 3. August 1991, pp. 279-91. (Heimlich and Vesterby).

24. "Agriculture Adapts to Urbanization." Food Review. Vol. 14, No. 1, Jan.-Mar. 1991, pp. 21-25.

23. "Wetlands and Agriculture: Defining a New Relationship." Forum for Applied Research and Public Policy. Vol. 6, No. 1, Winter 1990, pp. 78-83.

22. "A Wetland Reserve: What Cost?" Agricultural Outlook AO-166. August 1990.

21. "Grazing Lands: The Future of CRP Land After Contracts Expire." Journal of Production Agriculture. Vol. 3, No. 1, January 1990, pp. 7-12. (Heimlich and Kula)

20. "Grazing Lands: How Much CRP Land Will Remain in Grass?" Rangelands. Vol. 11, No. 6, December 1989, pp. 253-257. (Heimlich and Kula).

19. "Beyond Swampbuster: A Permanent Wetland Reserve." Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. Vol. 4, No. 5, September-October 1989, pp. 445-450 (Heimlich, Carey, and Brazee)

18. "Productivity of Highly Erodible Cropland." Journal of Agricultural Economics Research. Vol. 41, No. 3, Summer 1989, pp. 17-22.

17. "Metropolitan Agriculture: Farming in the City's Shadow." Journal of the American Planning Association. Vol. 55, No. 4, Autumn 1989, pp. 457-66.

16. "Economic and Physical Marginality of Highly Erodible Cropland." special article in Agricultural Resources: Cropland, Water, and Conservation Situation and Outlook Report. AR-12. Economic Research Service, USDA, September 1988.

15. "Metropolitan Growth and High-Value Crop Production." special article in Vegetables and Specialties Situation and Outlook Report. TVS-244. Economic Research Service, USDA, February 1988.

14. "Rivers of Empire: Water, Aridity, and the Growth of the American West: Book Review." Agricultural Economics Research. Vol. 38, No. 4,Fall 1986, pp.31-33.

13. "Swampbusting in Perspective." Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. Vol. 41, No. 4,July-August 1986, pp. 219-24. (Heimlich and Langner).

12. "Economics of Wetland Conversion: Farm Programs and Income Tax." National Wetlands Newsletter. Vol. 8, No. 4, July-August 1986, pp.7-10.

11. "Agricultural Programs and Cropland Conversion, 1975-1981." Land Economics. Vol. 62, No. 2., May 1986, pp.174-81.

10. "Soil Erosion on New Cropland: A Sodbusting Perspective." Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. Vol. 40, No. 4, July-August 1985,pp.322-26.

9. "Landownership and the Adoption of Minimum Tillage: Comment." American Journal of Agricultural Economics. Vol. 67, No. 3, August 1985, pp. 679-81.

8. "An Improved Soil Erosion Classification for Conservation Policy." Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. Vol. 39, No. 4, July-August 1984, pp.261-66 (Heimlich and Bills).

7. "Participation in a Central Anaerobic Digester and Cogeneration Facility: Economic and Environmental Analysis for Farm Decision Making." Journal of the Northeastern Agricultural Economics Council. Vol. 12, No. 1,, Fall 1983, pp.59-68.

6. "A Linear Programming Economic Analysis of Lake Quality Improvements Using Phosphorus Buffer Curves." Water Resources Research. Vol. 19, No. 1, February 1983, pp.21-31. (Ogg, Pionke, and Heimlich).

5. "Evaluation of Soil-Erosion and Pesticide-Exposure Control Strategies." Journal of Environmental Economics and Management. Vol. 9, 1982, pp.279-88, (Heimlich and Ogg).

4. "Economics and Environmental Effects of Manure Handling Systems for Northeastern Dairy Farms." Journal of the Northeastern Agricultural Economics Council. Vol. 11, No. 1, Spring 1982, pp. 45-56.

3. "Efficiently Reducing Nonpoint Phosphorus Loads to Lakes and Reservoirs," Water Resources Bulletin. Vol. 16, No. 6, December 1980, pp. 967-70, (Ogg, Heimlich, and Pionke).

2. "A Modeling Approach to Watershed Conservation Planning." Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. Vol. 35, No. 6, November-December 1980, pp. 271-73 (Ogg, Heimlich, and Hostetler).

1. "Implementation of New Conservation Programs and the Need to Respond to Changing Market Conditions." Southern Journal of Agricultural Economics. July 1980, pp. 173-77 (Ogg and Heimlich).

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Published Proceedings and Book Chapters

33. "Land Retirement for Conservation: History, Analysis, and Alternatives" in Gardner, B.L. and D.A. Sumner (eds.) The 2007 Farm Bill and Beyond, AEI Agricultural Policy Series, The AEI Press, American Enterprise Institute, Washington, DC. and Policy Summary, May, 2007.

32."A Case Study of Policy-related Transaction Costs in Land Conservation Programmes in the Unites States," in The Implementation Costs of Agricultural Policies, Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, 2007. pp. 161-195.

31."Green Payments Now—What’s Missing?" Building the Scientific Basis for Green Payments, Sarah Lynch and Sandra S. Batie (eds.), World Wildlife Fund, Washington, DC, April 2005. pp.12-14

30. "The U.S. Experience with Land Retirement for Natural Resource Conservation," and "Evaluating Bids in the U.S. Conservation Reserve Program," Xu Jintao and Ulrich Schmitt (Eds.) Workshop on Payment Schemes for Environmental Services: Proceedings, CCICED Task Force on Forests and Grasslands, Beijing, April 22 - 23, 2002, China Forestry Publishing House, pp. 12-15 and 36-38. (full text on CD-ROM)

29. "Farmland Protection Programs: How Would We Know They Worked?" Presented at Protecting Farmland at the Fringe: Do Regulations Work?, A National Conference, Baltimore, MD, September 5-7, 2001. 29 pp. Precis in Protecting Farmland at the Fringe: Do Regulations Work? Strengthenting the Research Agenda, NERCRD Regional Rural Development Paper No. 7, Northeast Regional Center for Rural Development, Pennsylvania State University, December 2001.

28. "Implementation of Conservation Compliance Provisions: Experience in the U.S. with Highly Erodible Land and Wetland Conservation." In Baldock, D. (editor) Meeting Environmental Standards Under Agenda 2000. Proceedings of an international workshop, Madrid, Spain, October 3-7, 2000. Institute for European Environmental Policy and World Wildlife Fund. 25 pp. PowerPoint presentation

27. "Adoption of genetically engineered seed in U.S. agriculture: Implications for pesticide use." In Fairbairn, C., Scoles, G., and McHughen, A. (eds.) Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on theBiosafety of Genetically Modified Organisms. July 2000, Saskatoon, Canada, pp. 56-63. (Heimlich, Fernandez-Cornejo, McBride, Klotz-Ingram, Jans, and Brooks)

26. "Measuring the Economic Consequences of Hypoxia and Its Mitigation: Gulf Fisheries and Nutrient Reduction Strategies" in Nancy N. Rabalais and R. Eugene Turner (eds.), The Effects of Hypoxia on Living Resources, with Emphasis on the Northern Gulf of Mexico, American Geophysical Union (Doering, Heimlich, Kazmierczak, Jr., Peters, Ribaudo, and Solow). 25 pp. (forthcoming)

25. "Agriculture Sector Resource and Environmental Policy Analysis: An Economic and Biophysical Approach" in Environmental Statistics: Analyzing Data for Environmental Policy, Novartis Foundation, London, 1998. (House, McDowell, Peters and Heimlich)

24. Chapters 3 and 4, Adoption Impacts and Policy Implications, Precision Agriculture in the 21st Century: Geospatial and Information Technologies in Crop Management, report of the National Research Council committee on Assessing Crop Yield, Site-Specific Farming, Information Systems, and Research Opportunities, 1997.

23. "Agricultural Adaptation to Urbanization: Farm Types and Agricultural Sustainability in U.S. Metropolitan Areas" Chapter 14 in Ivonne Audirac (ed.) Rural Sustainable Development in America, John Wiley & Sons, New York, NY, 1997, pp. 283-304. (Heimlich and Barnard)

22. "Environmental Indicators for U.S. Agriculture" in S.Batie (ed.) Developing Indicators for Environmental Sustainability: The Nuts and Bolts, SR-89, Michigan State University, 1996, pp. 99-116.

21. "Targeting Green Support Payments: The Geographic Interface between Agriculture and the Environment" in Sarah Lynch (ed.) Designing Green Support Programs Policy Studies Program Report No. 4, Henry A. Wallace Institute for Alternative Agriculture, December 1994, pp. 11-54.

20. "Wetlands and Riparian Areas: Economics and Policy." in Encyclopedia of Agricultural Science, Volume 4. Academic Press. 1994, pp. 497-514.

19. "Buying More Environmental Protection with Limited Dollars." in When Conservation Reserve Program Contracts Expire: The Policy Options. Soil and Water Conservation Society. March, 1994, pp. 83-97. (Heimlich and Osborn)

18. "Using an Environmental Benefits Index in the Conservation Reserve Program." in Post Conservation Reserve Program Land Use conference proceedings, NCT-163 Post CRP Land Use Alternatives Project, Denver, CO, January 10-11, 1994, pp. 118-33. (Barbarika, Osborn, and Heimlich)

17. "After the Conservation Reserve Program: Macroeconomics and Post-Contract Program Design." in Proceedings of the Great Plains Agricultural Council. June, 1993, pp. 113-33. (Heimlich and Osborn)

16. "Integrating Land-Related Program, Survey, and Inventory Data." in Gene Wunderlich (ed.) Land Ownership and Taxation in American Agriculture. Westview Press, Boulder, CO, 1993, pp. 237-44.

15. "Environmental Set-Aside and Cross-Compliance Programmes: Preliminary Lessons From U.S. Experience." in The Implementation of Agri-Environmental Policies in the EC, proceedings of a workshop for the Commission of the European Communities and the Institute for European Environmental Policy. November 1991. (Ervin, Osborn, and Heimlich)

14. "Agricultural Adaptation to Urbanization: Farm Types in U.S. Metropolitan Areas." in Rural Planning and Development: Visions of the 21st Century, Volume 2, proceedings of a conference sponsored by the University of Florida and the American Planning Association. February, 1991. (Heimlich and Barnard)

13. "Soil Erosion and Conservation Policies in the United States" in Nick Hanley (ed.) Farming and the Countryside: An Economic Analysis of External Benefits and External Costs CAB International, London, 1991, pp. 59-90.

12. "Economics of Wetland Preservation: The Agricultural Connection." in R.R. Sharitz and J.W. Gibbons (eds.) Freshwater Wetlands and Wildlife DOE Symposium Series No. 61, USDOE, Oak Ridge, TN, 1989, pp. 877-88. (Langner and Heimlich)

11. Land Use Transition in Urbanizing Areas: Research and Information Needs, proceedings of an ERS/Farm Foundation workshop, Washington, DC, June 6-7, 1988, 217 pages. (editor)

10. "The Swampbuster Provision: An A Priori Evaluation of Effectiveness." in D. Fisk (ed.) Wetlands: Concerns and Successes. American Water Resources Association symposium September 1989, pp. 509-21.

9. "Conversion of Wetlands to Urban Uses: Evidence from Southeastern Counties." in D. Fisk (ed.) Wetlands: Concerns and Successes. American Water Resources Association symposium September 1989, pp. 161-73. (Heimlich and Vesterby)

8. "Changes in Wetlands Due to Urbanization: A Regional Perspective." in E.J. Luzar and S.A. Henning (eds.) Alternative Perspectives on Wetland Evaluation and Use. SNREC Publ. No. 27. Southern Rural Development Center and the Farm Foundation. December 1989.

7. "Land Use Change in Fast Growth Areas: ERS's Role in Urbanization Research." in Land Use Transition in Urbanizing Areas: Research and Information Needs, proceedings of an ERS/Farm Foundation workshop, Washington, DC, June 6-7, 1988, pp. 73-89. (Heimlich and Reining)

6. "The Swampbuster Provision: Implementation and Impact." in Proceedings of the National Symposium on Protection of Wetlands from Agricultural Impacts. Biological Report 88(16). U.S. Dept. of Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, Ft. Collins, CO. Apr. 1988. pp. 87-94.

5. "Urban/Agricultural Land Use Trend Analyses." in P. Parks (ed.) Land Area Modeling and Its Use in Policy: A Workshop on Current Research. Proceedings of a symposium, School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, Duke University, Durham, NC, April 22, 1988. pp. 6-7.

4. "Dynamics of Land Use Change in Urbanizing Areas: Experience in the Economic Research Service, USDA." in W. Lockeretz (ed.) Sustaining Agriculture Near Cities. Soil and Water Conservation Society. 1987, pp. 135-54. (Heimlich and Anderson)

3. "An Improved Soil Erosion Classification Scheme: Update, Comparison, Extension." Invited paper presented to Convocation on Physical Dimensions of the Erosion Problem, National Research Council Board on Agriculture, Washington, D.C., December 6-7, 1984. Published in Soil Conservation: Assessing the National Resources Inventory. Volume 2, National Academy Press, Washington, D.C., 1986, pp. 1-17. (Heimlich and Bills)

2. "Modeling Dairy Farm Operator Response to Nonpoint Source Control Regulations." Selected paper presented to Nonpoint Pollution Control Tools and Techniques for the Future, a symposium sponsored by the Interstate Commission on the Potomac River, Gettysburg, PA, June 11-13, 1980. (Heimlich and Stachowski)

1. "Agricultural Runoff in Selected Vermont Watersheds: Economic Modeling." Selected paper presented to Natural Resources--How Can We Conserve Them?, 7th Annual Lake Champlain Basin Environmental Conference, Chazy, NY, June 10-11, 1980. (Heimlich and Stachowski)

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ERS and USDA Series

31. Agricultural Resources and Environmental Indicators, 2003, AH-722, December 2002, 227 pp. (Heimlich and William Anderson, editors).

30. Development at the Urban Fringe and Beyond: Impacts on Agriculture and Rural Land, AER-803, June 2001. 80 pp. (Heimlich and William D. Anderson).

29. Maintaining Farm and Forest Lands in Rapidly Growing Areas. Report to the Secretary of Agriculture, From the USDA Policy Advisory Committee on Farm and Forest Land Protection and Land Use. January 2001. 73 pp.

28. 6.5 Wetlands Programs. Agricultural Resources and Environmental Indicators, 2000. September 2000. 27 pp.

27. 6.1 Conservation and Environmental Programs Overview. Agricultural Resources and Environmental Indicators, 2000. September 2000. 28 pp.

26. Farm Resource Regions, AIB-760, July 1999.

25. Agricultural Impacts are Severe Locally, but Limited Nationally, AIB-755, September 1999 (Morehart, Gollehon, Dismukes, Heimlich, and Brenemen).

24. Wetlands and Agriculture: Private Interests and Public Benefits, AER-765, August 1998 (Heimlich, Wiebe, Claassen, Gadsby, and House)

23. Wetlands Reserve Programs. AREI Update no. 6, November 1997 (Gadsby, Wiebe, and Heimlich)

22. "Wetlands Programs." Module 6.5,in Anderson , M. and Magleby, R. (eds.) Agricultural Resources and Environmental Indicators, AHB-712, July 1997 (Heimlich, Claassen, Wiebe, and Gadsby)

21. Major Land Use Changes in the Contiguous 48 States, AREI Update no. 3, June 1997 (Vesterby, Daugherty, Heimlich, and Claassen)

20. "Wetlands: Data from the NRI." in Lee, L. (ed.) 1992 National Resources Inventory Environmental and Resource Assessment Symposium Proceedings. NRCS, USDA, September 1995

19. Economics of Agricultural Management Measures in the Coastal Zone, AER-689, February 1995 (Heimlich and Barnard)

18. "Wetlands Programs." Module 6.4,in Anderson , M. and Magleby, R. (eds.) Agricultural Resources and Environmental Indicators, AHB-705, December 1994 (Heimlich,Gadsby and Wiebe)

17. Urbanization of Rural Land in the United States, AER-673, March 1994 (Vesterby, Heimlich, and Krupa)

16. Expiration of Conservation Reserve Program Contracts, AIB-664-2, April 1993 (Osborn and Heimlich)

15. Urbanizing Farmland: Dynamics of Land Use Change in Fast-Growth Counties, AIB-629, September 1991 (Heimlich, Vesterby and Krupa)

14. A National Policy of 'No Net Loss' of Wetlands: What Do Agricultural Economists Have to Contribute?, Staff Report No. AGES9149, August 1991 (editor).

13. Conservation and Environmental Issues in Agriculture: An Economic Evaluation of Policy Options, Staff Report No. AGES9134, July 1991, (Ervin, Algozin, Carey, Doering, Frerichs, Heimlich, Hrubovcak, Konyar, McCormick, Osborn, Ribaudo, Shoemaker)

12. "Economics of Livestock and Crop Production on Post-CRP Lands." in Joyce, L., Mitchell, J. and Skold, M. (eds.) The Conservation Reserve--Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow. General Tech. Rpt. RM-203, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Exp. Sta., May 1991. (Heimlich and Kula)

11. A Permanent Wetland Reserve: Analysis of a New Approach to Wetland Protection, AIB-610, August 1990 ( Carey, Heimlich, and Brazee)

10. Metropolitan Growth and Agriculture: Farming in the City's Shadow, AER-619, September 1989 (Heimlich and Brooks)

9. Productivity and Erodibility of U.S. Cropland, AER-604, January 1989

8. The Land Improvement Tax Simulator (LITS): An Analytical Tool, ERS Staff Report AGES860919, October 1986 (Heimlich and Daugherty)

7. An Economic Analysis of USDA Erosion Control Programs: A New Perspective, AER-560, August 1986 (Strohbehn, Anderson, Barbarika, Colacicco, Heimlich, Lee, Osteen, Pavelis, Ribaudo, Schaller, Taylor, and Young)

6. Swampbusting: Wetland Conversion and Farm Programs, AER-551, August 1986. (Heimlich and Langner)

5. Sodbusting: Land Use Change and Farm Programs, AER-536, June 1985

4. Characteristics of Landowners Converting Land in the Western Great Plains, 1975-77, ERS Staff Report AGES850409, May 1985

3. Erodible Soils: Definition and Classification, Soil Conservation Service A and P Staff Report 85-2, March 1985 (McCormack and Heimlich)

2. Assessing Erosion on U.S. Cropland: Land Management and Physical Features, AER-513, July 1984 (Bills and Heimlich)

1. Economics of Water Quality in Agriculture-- A Literature Review, ESCS-58, July 1979 (Christiansen, Ogg, and Heimlich)

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Presented Papers

54. "Agri-environmental Indicators and Policy Inventory Linkages: Integrating agri-environmental indicators and the OECD policy inventory," at OECD Workshop on Indicators for Developing, Monitoring and Analysing Agri-Enviromental Policies, Washington, DC, March 19-21, 2007.

53. "Local and National Priorities for Water Quality Goals: Reconciling Watersheds and Estuaries" at Innovations in Reducing Nonpoint Source Pollution Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana, The Rivers Institute at Hanover College November 28-30, 2006.

52. "A Green 2007 Farm Bill: Paying farmers for water quality improvements as an alternative to traditional commodity programs" at Innovations in Reducing Nonpoint Source Pollution Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana, The Rivers Institute at Hanover College November 28-30, 2006.

51. "A Green 2007 Farm Bill: Paying Farmers for environmental improvement as an alternative to traditional commodity programs" at On The Dairy Horizon: Reflections about Trade, Environment and the Safety Net, 13th Annual Workshop for Dairy Economists and Policy Analysts organized by the Extension Education Committee of the Cornell Program on Dairy Markets and Policy and National Institute of Livestock and Dairy Policy, San Antonio, TX, March, 23-24, 2006.

50. "Green Payments Now—What’s Missing?", Building the Scientific Basis for Green Payments, World Wildlife Fund and Michigan State University, Washington, DC, April 14-15, 2005.

49. "The Policy-Related Transactions Costs of Land Conservation in the United States: Evolution and Comparison Between Programs" OECD Workshop on Policy-Related Transaction Costs, Paris, 20-21 January 2005.

48. "Improving NRCS EQIP Allocation and Ranking: More Bang for the Buck", Soil and Water Conservation Society Meetings, St. Paul, MN, July 24-28, 2004.

47. "Is NRCS “EQIPed” to Get the Most from EQIP? State Allocation and Ranking Procedures", Is NRCS EQIPped to Get the Most from EQIP? Analysis of State Allocation and Ranking Procedures, organized symposium, Soil and Water Conservation Society Meetings, St. Paul, MN, July 24-28, 2004.

46. "The U.S. Experience with Land Retirement for Natural Resource Conservation" Workshop on Payment Schemes for Environmental Services, Western China CCICED Forest Grasslands Task Force and Chinese Center for Agricultural Policy, Beijing, PRC, April 22-23, 2002.

45. "Farmland Protection and Smart Growth: Saving Urban Influenced Farmland" Northeast/Midwest Institute Briefing, Senate Smart Growth Task Force and the Liveable Communities Task Force, Washington, DC, July 30, 2001.

44. "A Green Payments Analysis" New Generation of Farm Policy Meeting, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, March 1, 2001.

43. "Establishing Effective Incentives in Practice: The Role of Valuation and Influence of Other Factors" OECD/ERS Rural Amenities Workshop, Washington, DC, June 5-6, 2000. 47 pp.

42. "Wetlands and Agriculture: Restoration, Conservation and the Future of "No Net Loss", The State of North America's Private Land, Farm Bill Conservation Conference, Soil and Water Conservation Society, Chicago, IL, Jan. 19-21, 1999.

41. "Wetlands and Agriculture: Restoration, Conservation and No Net Loss", Resources for the Future, October 28, 1998 (Claassen and Heimlich)

40. "Agricultural Soil Quality" OECD Workshop on Agri-Environmental Indicators, COM/AGR/CA/ENV/EPOC(98)77, York, United Kingdom, September 22-25, 1998, 39 pp. (Arnold, Bomans, and Heimlich)

39. "On Using Agri-Environmental Indicators to Assess Environmental Performance" OECD Workshop on Agri-Environmental Indicators, York, United Kingdom, September 22-25, 1998

38. "Nitrogen Sources and Gulf Hypoxia: Potential for Point-Nonpoint Trading," American Agricultural Economics Association Meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah, Aug. 2-5, 1998, 19 pp. (Ribaudo, Heimlich and Peters)

37. "Public Policy Regarding Precision Agriculture" in Precision Agriculture in the 21st Century: The Report of the National Research Council, AAEA Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, August 2-5, 1998.

36. "Economic Forces Affecting United States Agriculture and Natural Resources," EPA-LGU-NASA-USDA Summit, SAES/USDA-CSREES National Environmental Initiative (SUNEI), Towson, MD, June 3, 1998.

35. "Wetland Valuation: Lessons from the Literature," OMB/CEA Steven's Amendment Seminar, Washington, D.C., May 4, 1998, 25 pp.

34. "Wetland Conversion for Agriculture After the FAIR Act," American Agricultural Economics Association Meeting, Toronto, Ontario, Jul. 27-30, 1997, 21 pp. (Claassen, Heimlich, and House)

33. "Soil and Landscape Limitations on the Supply of Land in Urbanizing Areas," American Agricultural Economics Association Meeting, Toronto, Ontario, Jul. 27-30, 1997, 16 pp. (Heimlich and Bills)

32. "Consequences of Exempting Wetlands from Swampbuster and Section 404" in "Wetland Futures: Can We Sustain 'No Net Loss'?", interactive session, Soil and Water Conservation Society Meeting, Toronto, Ontario, Jul. 22-25, 1997, 7 pp.

31. "A National Analysis of Changes in Watershed Factors Potentially Affecting Wetland Quality," Soil and Water Conservation Society Meeting, Toronto, Ontario, Jul. 22-25, 1997, 17 pp.

30. "Hypoxia in the Gulf of Mexico: Comparison of Sources of Nitrogen in the Mississippi Basin," Soil and Water Conservation Society Meeting, Toronto, Ontario, Jul. 22-25, 1997, 20 pp. (Ribaudo and Heimlich)

29. "Using GIS to Analyze the Economics of Swampbuster Exemptions" at Wetlands '96, Association of State Wetland Managers, Wetland, Floodplain, and River On-Line Services and GIS Applications, Arlington, July 9-12, 1996 (Claassen and Heimlich)

28. "Strategies for a More Sustainable Agriculture: Precision Farming", NRED Sustainability Workshop, Washington, D.C., Oct. 21-22, 1996. 35 pp.

27. "Background on Wetlands Issues" Agriculture and the Environment: Issues and Options for the 1995 Farm Bill, organized by the Soil and Water Conservation Society, Washington, DC, March 9-10, 1995

26. "Data Analysis with GIS" AAEA Learning Workshop on GIS as a Research Tool for Economists, Indianapolis, August 1995.

25. "Applying GIS to Resource Economics" 5th Annual National Capital Area ARC/INFO Users Group Conference, Baltimore, December 1995. (Heimlich and Breneman)

24. "Environmental Indicators for U.S. Agriculture" at Developing Indicators for Environmental Sustainability: The Nuts and Bolts, Resource Policy Consortium, Washington, DC, June 12-13, 1995.

23. "Developing a Geographic Information System For Resource Economic Analyses." selected paper, Soil and Water Conservation Society meetings, Norfolk, VA. August 4-7, 1994.

22. "Wetlands: Data from the NRI." 1992 National Resources Inventory Environmental and Resource Assessment Symposium. Washington, DC. July 19, 1994.

21. "Wetlands Policies in the Clean Water Act." National Symposium on New Directions in Clean Water Policy. University Council on Water Resources. Charlottesville, VA. July 28-30, 1992.

20. "Policy Directions for the Clean Water Act Reauthorization: Markets, Mandates, Planning and Science." National Symposium on New Directions in Clean Water Policy. University Council on Water Resources. Charlottesville, VA. July 28-30, 1992. (Painter and Heimlich).

19. "National Economic Perspective on Wetlands." Living with Wetlands: Policy and Politics, Nebraska Water Conference. Lincoln, NE. March 15-17, 1992.

18. "Costs and Benefits of an Agricultural Wetland Reserve: A Normative Approach." Association of American Geographers 88th Annual Meeting. San Diego, CA. April 18-22, 1992.

17. "Integrating Land-Related Program, Survey, and Inventory Data." Land Ownership and Taxation Seminar. Washington, DC. October 3-4, 1991.

16. "Wetlands and Agriculture: Recent Federal Policy and Emerging Issues." Southern Extension Public Affairs Committee, Clearwater, Florida. June 25, 1991.

15. "Agricultural Adaptation to Urbanization: Farm Types in U.S. Metropolitan Areas." special symposium on sustaining agriculture near cities. Sponsored by WRCC-71, Western Regional Science Association meetings, Monterey, California. February 25-28, 1991.

14. "Agricultural Adaptation to Urbanization: Farm Types in Northeastern Metro Areas." selected paper. Northeastern Ag. and Resource Econ. meetings, Truro, Nova Scotia. June 18-20, 1990.

13. "A National Policy of 'No Net Loss' of Wetlands: What do Agricultural Economists Have to Contribute?" org. symposium. AAEA meetings, Vancouver, BC. Aug. 1990.

12. "An Agricultural Wetland Reserve: Creating Wetlands from Drained Cropland." Selected paper presented to American Agricultural Economics Association summer meeting, Baton Rouge, LA, July 30-August 2, 1989.

11. "Grazing Lands and the Conservation Reserve Program." Invited paper presented at the 1989 Forage and Grasslands Conference, Guelph, Ontario. May 1989. (Heimlich and Vough)

10. "Adapting Agricultural Land Use to the New Settlement Pattern." Selected paper presented at the Population Association of America annual meetings, Baltimore, MD, March 30-31, 1989.

9. "Land Use and Demographic Change: Results from Fast Growth Counties." Selected paper presented at the Population Association of America annual meetings, Baltimore, MD, March 30-31, 1989. (Vesterby and Heimlich)

8. "Economic and Physical Marginality of Highly Erodible Cropland." Selected paper presented to American Agricultural Economics Association summer meeting, Knoxville, TN, July 31-August 3, 1988.

7. "Metropolitan Agriculture in the Northeast: New Settlement Patterns and Agricultural Adaptation." Selected paper presented to Northeastern Agricultural and Resource Economics Association meeting, Kingston, RI, June 22-24, 1987.

6. "Reducing Erosion and Agricultural Capacity: Our Cropland Base and the Conservation Reserve." Selected paper presented to American Agricultural Economics Association summer meeting, Reno, NV, July 28-August 2, 1986.

5. "Relationships Between Erosion Control Benefits and Land Use Change in Upstate New York." Poster paper presented to the National Symposium on Erosion and Soil Productivity, New Orleans, LA, December 10-11, 1984. Indexed as P84-ER16 by American Society of Agricultural Engineers. (Heimlich and Bills)

4. "Geographic Information Systems in Policy Research: Examples From an Evolving System." Selected paper presented to Soil Conservation Society of America Annual Meeting, Hartford, CT, July 31-August 3, 1983. (Ogg, Heimlich, and Bills)

3. "Economics of Size in Dairy Farm Adjustment to Water Quality Constraints." Selected paper presented to American Agricultural Economics Association summer meeting, Logan, UT, August 1-4, 1982.

2. "Local Impacts of Soil Conservation Strategies for a Large River Basin in the Southeast." Contributed paper presented to Southern Agricultural Economics Association meeting, New Orleans, LA, February 5-7, 1979. (Ogg , Heimlich and Hostetler).

1. "An Analysis of Land Clearing on Eastern North Carolina Wetlands." Contributed paper presented to Southern Agricultural Economics Association meetings, New Orleans, LA, February 5-7, 1979. (Heimlich, Ogg and Hostetler).

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Other Publications and Reports

27. Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) Program Assessment, A Report from the Soil and Water Conservaiton Society and Environmental Defense. March 2007, 30 pp.

26. Conservation Security Program (CSP) Program Assessment, A Report from the Soil and Water Conservaiton Society and Environmental Defense. February 2007, 34 pp.

25. Background Materials and Ideas for Farm Policy Reform Center for Agriculture in the Environment, American Farmland Trust, DeKalb, Illinois August 17, 2005

24. "Good Conservation Programs Are Specific to the Landowner's Situation", Conservation Incentives, Environmental Defense, Center for Conservation Incentives, pp. 7-8, Fall 2005

23. Getting a Bigger Bang for the Buck: Assessment of EQIP 2003 allocation and ranking systems and ideas for further improvements, Environmental Defense, Center for Conservation Incentives, Washington, DC, February 2004, 56 pp. (Friedman and Heimlich)

22. "U.S. Experiences with Incentive Measures to Promote the Conservation of Wetlands" ENV/EPOC/GEEI/BIO(97)9, Environment Directory, Environment Policy Committee, Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, May 1999, 40 pp., (Wiebe, Claassen, and Gadsby).

21. "Evaluation of Economic Costs and Benefits of Methods for Reducing Nutrient Loads to the Gulf of Mexico," Chapter 6, Report to the Committee on Environment and Natural Resources, Office of Science and Technology Policy, November 1998, 173 pp. (Draft) (Doering, Diaz-Hermelo, Howard, Heimlich, Hitzhuzen, Kasmierczak, Libby, Milon, Prato, and Ribaudo)

20. Who Gets What: Program Payments to U.S. Farmers. Internal paper for NRED Farm Bill Team, 1995 (Erickson, Heimlich, and Kascak)

19. "A Farm Model for Evaluating Nonpoint Source Pollution Abatement Programs." SP-94-03. Dept. of Ag and Applied Econ., Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1994 (Bosch and Heimlich)

18. An Explosion in Slow Motion: Noxious Weeds and Invasive Plants on Grazing Lands. Report of the Eighth Grazing Lands Forum, Washington, DC, December 2, 1993. (editor)

17. "America's Cropland: Where Does It Come From?" Agriculture: A Critical U.S. Industry, 1991 Yearbook of Agriculture, pp. 3-9 (Heimlich and Daugherty).

16. Strategic Planning for Grazing Lands Issues. Report of the Fourth Grazing Lands Forum, Harpers Ferry, WV, October 30-November 2, 1989. (editor)

15. Effects and Recommendations Regarding the Conservation Title of the 1985 Food Security Act on Great Plains Agriculture. Report of the Great Plains Agricultural Council 1985 Food Security Act Task Force, March 1989. (contributor).

14. Grazing Lands and the Conservation Reserve Program. Report of the Third Grazing Lands Forum, Harpers Ferry, WV, October 11-13, 1988. (editor)

13. Multiple Use Values of Grazing Lands. Report of the Second Grazing Lands Forum, Harpers Ferry, WV, October 5-7, 1987. (editor)

12. "Agriculture and Urban Areas in Perspective." The American Land: 1987 Yearbook of Agriculture, pp. 141-47.

11. Crop Yields and Net Income on Prime Farmland in New York. A.E. Research 84-21, Cornell University, November 1984. (Bills, Heimlich, and Stachowski).

10. Guidelines for Economic Analysis of Soil Erosion on Vermont Farms. Vermont Erosion Control and Runoff Management Study, July 1984.

9. Animal Waste and Water Pollution Potential in the SESAW Study Area, New Jersey. Technical Report to the New Jersey Statewide Erosion, Sediment, and Animal Waste Study, July 1983.

8. Sources and Control of Agricultural Soil Erosion--Tioughnioga Watershed, Cortland, Madison, and Onondaga Counties, New York. New York Special Cooperative River Basins Study, April 1983.

7. Sources and Control of Agricultural Groundwater Contamination in the Otter Creek-Dry Creek Watershed, Cortland, Madison, and Onondaga Counties, New York. New York Special Cooperative River Basins Study, April 1983.

6. Phosphorus Reduction and Farm Income: Modeling Efficient Responses to Phosphorus Loading Constraints on Vermont Dairy Farms. Vermont Agricultural Runoff Study, May 1982.

5. Water Quality Analysis: Normanskill Watershed. New York Special Cooperative River Basins Study, July 1981.

4. Reducing Erosion in Watersheds of the Tar-Neuse River Basin: Model Documentation, Analysis, and Utility. June 1981. (Heimlich and Ogg).

3. Projections of Land Use and Soil Loss in the Chowan-Pasquotank River Basin. June 1978. (Heimlich and Ogg).

2. Employment and Industry in the Chowan-Pasquotank River Basin. July 1976. (Heimlich and Ogg).

1. Agriculture in the Chowan-Pasquotank River Basins. July 1976. (Heimlich and Ogg).

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