Hayley Hesseln
TitleCited byYear
Wildfire effects on hiking and biking demand in New Mexico: a travel cost study
H Hesseln, JB Loomis, A González-Cabán, S Alexander
Journal of Environmental Management 69 (4), 359-368, 2003
1142003
The economics of prescribed burning: a research review
H Hesseln
Forest Science 46 (3), 322-334, 2000
792000
Adaptive capacity deficits and adaptive capacity of economic systems in climate change vulnerability assessment
T Williamson, H Hesseln, M Johnston
Forest Policy and Economics 15, 160-166, 2012
572012
Principles of forest & environmental economics
D Rideout, H Hesseln
Resource & Environmental Management, 1997
551997
The effect of the wildland-urban interface on prescribed burning costs in the Pacific Northwestern United States
AH Berry, H Hesseln
Journal of Forestry 102 (6), 33-37, 2004
442004
Comparing the economic effects of fire on hiking demand in Montana and Colorado
H Hesseln, JB Loomis, A González-Cabán
Journal of Forest Economics 10 (1), 21-35, 2004
412004
Climate change adaptive capacity of the Canadian forest sector
M Johnston, H Hesseln
Forest Policy and Economics 24, 29-34, 2012
262012
The effects of fire on recreation demand in Montana
H Hesseln, JB Loomis, A González-Cabán
Western Journal of Applied Forestry 19 (1), 47-53, 2004
252004
Refinancing and restructuring federal fire management
H Hesseln
Journal of Forestry 99 (11), 4-8, 2001
232001
Using catastrophe theory to model wildfire behavior and control
H Hesseln, DB Rideout, PN Omi
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 28 (6), 852-862, 1998
211998
A comparison of CVM survey response rates, protests and willingness-to-pay of Native Americans and general population for fuels reduction policies
A González-Cabán, JB Loomis, A Rodriguez, H Hesseln
Journal of Forest Economics 13 (1), 49-71, 2007
192007
The effects of fire on hiking demand: A travel cost study of Colorado and Montana
H Hesseln, JB Loomis, A González-Cabán
FIRE, FUEL TREATMENTS, AND ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION.[vp]. 16-18 Apr, 2002
172002
Prescribed burning costs and the WUI: economic effects in the Pacific Northwest
AH Berry, G Donovan, H Hesseln
Western Journal of Applied Forestry 21 (2), 72-78, 2006
142006
Multicultural evaluation of the performance of contingent valuation for forest fire prevention
J Loomis, A Gonzalez‐Caban, H Hesseln
Contemporary Economic Policy 22 (3), 407-419, 2004
142004
Consumer willingness to pay for a naturally decay-resistant wood product
G Donovan, H Hesseln
Western Journal of Applied Forestry 19 (3), 160-164, 2004
132004
Economic analysis of geospatial technologies for wildfire suppression
H Hesseln, GS Amacher, A Deskins
International Journal of Wildland Fire 19 (4), 468-477, 2010
112010
Using control theory to model the long-term economic effects of wildfire
H Hesseln, DB Rideout
Proceedings of the Symposium on Fire Economics, Planning and Policy: Bottom …, 1999
81999
Issues in agroforestry development on the Canadian Prairies
S Kulshreshtha, K Van Rees, H Hesseln, M Johnston, J Kort
Handbook on agroforestry: management practices and environmental impact …, 2011
72011
Economic principles of wildland fire management policy
H Hesseln, DB Rideout
Fire Economics, Planning, and Policy: Bottom Lines, 179, 1999
71999
Adaptive capacity of forest management systems on publicly owned forest landscapes in Canada
M Johnston, T Williamson, H Nelson, L Van Damme, A Ogden, H Hesseln
Climate Change Adaptation in Developed Nations, 267-278, 2011
42011
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