Geoffrey Donovan

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Donovan, Geoffrey H., David T. Butry, Yvonne L. Michael, Jeffrey P. Prestemon, Andrew M. Liebhold, Demetrios Gatziolis, Megan Y. Mao. 2012. The relationship between trees and human health: Evidence from the spread of the emerald ash borer. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 44(2): 139-145.
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Donovan, Geoffrey H., Jeffrey P. Prestemon. 2012. The effect of trees on crime in Portland, Oregon. Environment and Behavior. 44(1): 3-30.   »View Abstract«

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Donovan, Geoffrey H., Yvonne L. Michael, David T. Butry, Amy D. Sullivan, John M. Chase. 2012. Comment on "Green space, health inequality, and pregnancy". Environment International. 39: 133.
Kochi, Ikuho, Patricia A. Champ, John B. Loomis, Geoffrey H. Donovan. 2012. Valuing mortality impacts of smoke exposure from major southern California wildfires. Journal of Forest Economics. 18: 61-75.   »View Abstract« Donovan, Geoffrey H., Jeffrey P. Prestemon, Krista Gebert. 2011. The effect of newspaper coverage and political pressure on wildfire suppression costs. Society and Natural Resources. 24: 785-798.   »View Abstract«
Donovan, Geoffrey H., David Butry. 2011. The effect of urban trees on the rental price of single-family homes in Portland, Oregon. Urban Forestry and Urban Greening. 10(3): 163-168.   »View Abstract«

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Donovan, Geoffrey H., Yvonne L. Michael, David T. Butry, Amy D. Sullivan, John M. Chase. 2011. Urban trees and the risk of poor birth outcomes. Health and Place. 17: 390-393. »View Abstract«

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White, Rachel E., Geoffrey H. Donovan, Jeffrey P. Prestemon. 2011. Trees thwart shady behavior. Nursery Management and Production. February: 30-33. Donovan, Geoffrey H., David Butry. 2010. Trees in the city: Valuing street trees in Portland, Oregon. Landscape and Urban Planning. 94: 77-83.   »View Abstract«

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Kochi, Ikuho, Geoffrey H. Donovan, Patricia A. Champ, John B. Loomis. 2010. The economic cost of adverse health effects from wildfire-smoke exposure: A review. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 19: 803-817.  
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Champ, Patricia A., Geoffrey H. Donovan, Christopher M. Barth. 2010. The relationship between wildfire risk and home purchase decisions: Market and household level analyses. Society and Natural Resources. 23: 58-70.   »View Abstract«
Donovan, Geoffrey H., David Butry. 2009. The value of shade: Estimating the effect of urban trees on summertime electricity use. Energy and Buildings. 41(6): 662-668.   »View Abstract« Hummel, Susan, Geoffrey H. Donovan, Thomas A. Spies, Miles A. Hemstrom. 2009. Conserving biodiversity using risk management: Hoax or hope? Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 6.   »View Abstract«
Donovan, Geoffrey H., Patricia A. Champ. 2009. The economic benefits of elk viewing at the Jewell Meadows Wildlife Area in Oregon. Human Dimensions of Wildlife. 14(1): 51-60.   »View Abstract« Donovan, Geoffrey H., Davidd Butry. 2008. The sales comparison approach to tree valuation and the value of Portland Oregon's street trees. Arborist News. August: 52-54.   »View Abstract«
Canton-Thompson, J., Krista M. Gebert, Brooke Thompson, Greg Jones, David Calkin, Geoffrey Donovan. 2008. External human factors in incident management team decision making and their effect on large fire suppression expenditures. Journal of Forestry. 106(8): 416-424.  
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Donovan, Geoffrey H., Thomas C. Brown, Lisa Dale. 2008. Incentives and wildfire management in the United States. In The Economics of Forest Disturbances: Wildfires, Storms, and Invasive Species. Thomas P. Holmes, Jeffrey P. Prestemon, and Karen L. Abt Eds. Springer. 323-340.   »View Abstract«
Donovan, Geoffrey H., Thomas C. Brown. 2008. Estimating the avoided fuel treatment costs of wildfire. Western Journal of Applied Forestry. 23(4): 197-201.  
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Butry, David T., Geoffrey H. Donovan. 2008. Protect thy neighbor: The spatial externalities of wildfire hazard mitigation. Forest Science. 54(4): 417-428.   »View Abstract«
Prestemon, Jeffrey P. Geoffrey H. Donovan. 2008. Single stage forecasting for resource allocation decisions under climate uncertainty. American Journal of Agricultural Economics. 90(4): 1118-1129.   »View Abstract« Champ, Patricia A., Geoffrey H. Donovan, Christopher M. Barth. 2008. Wildfire risk and the housing market. Western Rural Development Center Newsletter. 5-6.
Donovan, Geffrey H., Patricia A. Champ, David T. Butry. 2007. The impact of wildfire risk on housing price: A case study from Colorado Springs. Land Economics. 83(2): 217-233.   »View Abstract«

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Donovan, Geoffrey H., Patricia A. Champ, David T. Butry. 2007. Measuring the efficacy of a wildfire education campaign in Colorado Springs. Journal of Emergency Management. 5(3) 33-37.   »View Abstract«
Donovan, Geoffrey H., Thomas C. Brown. 2007. Be careful what you wish for: The legacy of Smokey Bear. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 5(2): 73-79.  
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Donovan, Geoffrey H. 2007. Comparing the costs of agency and contract fire crews. Fire Management Today. 67(1): 9-12.
Bumgardner, M., David Nicholls, Geoffrey Donovan. 2007. Effects of species information and funiture price on consumer preferences for selected woods. Wood and Fiber Science. 39(1): 71-81.   »View Abstract« Donovan, Geoffrey H. 2006. Determining the optimal mix of federal and contract fire crews: A case study from the Pacific Northwest. Ecological Modeling. 194: 372-378.  
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Hesseln, Hayley, Geoffrey H. Donovan, Alison H. Berry. 2006. The effect of the wildland-urban-interface on prescribed burning costs in the Pacific Northwest. Western Journal of Applied Forestry. 21(2): 72-78.  Canton-Thompson, Janie, Brook Thompson, Krista Gebert, David Calkin, Geoffrey Donovan, Greg Jones. 2006. Factors affecting fire suppression costs as identified by incident management teams. USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 10p.   »View Abstract«
Donovan, Geoffrey H. 2005. A comparison of the costs of Forest Service and contract fire crews. Western Journal of Applied Forestry. 20(4): 233-239.   »View Abstract«

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Donovan, Geoffrey H., Thomas C. Brown. 2005. Wildfire management in the US Forest Service: A brief history. Natural Hazards Observer. 29(6): 1-3).
Donovan, Geoffrey H., Thomas C. Brown. 2005. An alternative incentive structure for wildfire management on national forest land. Forest Science. 51(5): 387-395.   »View Abstract« Donovan, Geoffrey H., Peter Noordijk. 2005. A comparison of wildland fire situation analysis (WFSA) and predictions and actual outcomes. Fire Management Today. 65(2): 25-27.
Donovan, Geoffrey H., Peter Noordijk. 2005. Assessing the accuracy of wildland fire situation analysis (WFSA) fire size and suppression cost estimates. Journal of Forestry. 103(1): 10-13.   »View Abstract« Donovan, Geoffrey H., Hayley Hesseln, John Garth. 2005. Credit availability: A possible barrier to growth for the Alaska forest products industry? Western Journal of Applied Forestry. 20(3): 177-183.   »View Abstract«
Roos, Joseph, Geoffrey H. Donovan, David L. Nicholls. 2005. How does species name affect consumer choice? An analysis and implications for cabinet door makers. Forest Products Journal. 55(5): 21-26.   »View Abstract« Donovan, Geoffrey H., Peter Noordijk, Volker, Radeloff. Estimating the impact of proximity to housing on wildfire suppression costs in Oregon and Washington. The 2nd symposium on fire economics and policy: A global view. Cordoba, Spain. April 2004. 
Donovan, Geoffrey H., David L. Nicholls, Joseph Roos. 2004. Sources of product information used by consumers when purchasing kitchen cabinets. Forest Products Journal. 54(12): 77-79.   »View Abstract« Nicholls, David L., Geoffrey H. Donovan, Joseph Roos. 2004. Kitchen cabinets from red alder: A comparison to other hardwoods. Wood and Fiber Science. 36(3): 432-442.  
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Donovan, Geoffrey H., Hayley Hesseln. 2004. Consumer willingness to pay for naturall decay resistant wood products. Western Journal of Applied Forestry. 19(3): 160-164.   »View Abstract« Donovan, Geoffrey H. 2004. Consumer willingness to pay a price premium for standing-dead Alaska yellow-cedar. Forest Products Journal. 54(5): 38-42.   »View Abstract«
Donovan, Geoffrey H., Douglas B. Rideout. 2003. An integer programming model to optimize resource allocation for wildfire containment. Forest Science. 49(2): 318-323.   »View Abstract« Donovan, Geoffrey H., Douglas B. Rideout. 2003. A reformulation of the cost plus net value change (C+NVC) model of wildfire economics. Forest Science. 49(2): 318-323.   »View Abstract«
Donovan, Geoffrey H., David L. Nicholls. 2003. Consumer preferences and willingness to pay for character-marked cabinets from Alaska birch. Forest Products Journal. 53(11/12): 27-32.   »View Abstract« Nicholls, David L., Geoffrey H. Donovan, Joseph Roos. October 2003. Red alder stacks up against other hardwoods. Wood and Wood Products Magazine. 61-64.
Donovan, Geoffrey H., David L. Nicholls, Joseph Roos. 2003. Marketing recommendations for wood products from Alaska Yellow-Cedar, Alaska Birch, and Red Alder. USDA Forest Service, PNW Research Station. 13p.  
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Donovan, Geoffrey H., David L. Nicholls. 2003. Estimating consumer willingness to pay a price premium for Alaskan secondary wood products. USDA Forest Service, PNW Research Station. 7p.   »View Abstract«
Nicholls, David L., Geoffrey H. Donovan. November 2002. Alaska Birch makes the grade. Wood and Wood Products Magazine. 83-85.  Donovan, Geoffrey H., Doublas B. Rideout, Philip N. Omi. The economic efficiency of the National Fire Management System and Firepro. In Fire Economics and Policy: Bottom Lines. San Diego, CA. April 1999.

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