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Sjølie, H., G. Latta, D. Adams, and B. Solberg. In press. Impacts of agent information assumptions in forest sector modeling. Journal Forest Economics.
 
Im, E.H., D.M. Adams, and G.S. Latta. 2010. The impacts of changes in federal timber harvest on forest carbon sequestration in western Oregon. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 40: 1710-1723.
 
Latta, G., H. Temesgen, D. Adams, and T. Barrett. 2010. Analysis of Potential Impacts of Climate Change on Forests of the United States Pacific Northwest. Forest Ecology and Management 259(4): 720-729.
 

Helvoigt, T.L. and D.M. Adams. 2009. A stochastic frontier analysis of technical progress, efficiency change and and productivity growth in the US Pacific Northwest sawmill industry. Forest Policy and Economics 11:280–287.

 

Helvoigt, T.L. and D.M. Adams. 2008. Data envelopment analysis of technical efficiency and productivity growth in the US Pacific Northwest sawmill industry. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 38(10): 2553-2565.

 

Adams, D.M. and G.S. Latta. 2007. Timber Trends on Private Lands in Western Oregon and Washington: A New Look. Western Journal of Applied Forestry 22(1):8-14.

 

Adams, D.M. and G.S. Latta. 2007. Future Prospects for Private Timber Harvest in Eastern Oregon. Western Journal of Applied Forestry 22(3):197-203.

 

Im, E., D.M. Adams, and G.S. Latta. 2007. Potential impacts of carbon taxes on carbon flux in western Oregon private forests. Forest Policy and Economics 9(8): 1006-1017. 

 

Busby, G.M., C.A. Montgomery, and G. Latta. 2007. The opportunity cost of forest certification on private land in western Oregon. Western Journal of Applied Forestry 22(1): 55-60.

 

Adams, D.M. and G.S. Latta.  2007. Timber Trends on Private Lands in Western Oregon and Washington: a New Look. Western Journal of Applied Forestry 22(1): 8-14. 

 

Adams, D.M. and R.W. Haynes (eds). 2007. Resource and Market Projections for Forest Policy Development: Twenty-Five Years of Experience with the U.S. RPA Timber Assessment. Springer Science + Business Media, Dordrecht. 589 pp.

 
Haynes, R.W., D.M. Adams, R.J. Alig, P.J. Ince, J. Mills, and X. Zhou. 2007. The 2005 RPA timber assessment update. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-699. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 212 p.
 
Adams, D.M., R.W. Haynes, and A.J. Daigneault. 2006. Estimated timber harvest by U.S. region and ownership, 1950-2002. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-659. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 64 p.
 

Montgomery, C.A., G.S. Latta, and D.M. Adams. 2006. The cost of achieving old-growth forest structure. Land Economics 82(2):240-256. 

 

Adams, D., J. Mills, R. Alig, and R. Haynes. 2005. SOFRA and RPA: Two Views of the Future of Southern Timber Supply. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 29(3): 123-134.

 

Adams, D.M. and G.S. Latta. 2005. Costs and regional impacts of restoration thinning programs on the national forests in eastern Oregon. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 35(6):1319-1430.

 

Adams, D.M. and G.S. Latta. 2005. Timber harvest potential from private lands in the Pacific Northwest: biological, investment, and policy issues. P.  4-12 in Understanding key issues of sustainable wood production in the Pacific Northwest, Deal, Robert L.; White, Seth M (eds). USDA For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-626. 

 

Latta, G. and D. Adams. 2005. Analysis of an extensive thinning program on eastern Oregon national forests using a dynamic spatial equilibrium market model with endogenous industry capacity.  In Systems Analysis in Forest Resources: Proceedings of the 2003 Symposium, 7–9 October 2003, Stevenson, Wash. Compiled by M. Bevers and T. Barrett. USDA For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-656.

 

Adams, D.M. and G.S. Latta. 2004. Effects of a Forest Health Thinning Program on Land and Timber Values in Eastern Oregon. Journal of Forestry 102(8):9-13. 

 

Latta, G. and C.A. Montgomery. 2004. Minimizing the cost of stand level management for older forest structure in western Oregon. Western Journal of Applied Forestry 19(4): 221-231. 

 
Adams, D.M. 2003. Market and resource impacts of a Canadian lumber tariff. Journal of Forestry 101(2):48-52.  
 
Haynes, R.W., tech. coord. 2003. An analysis of the timber situation in the United States:1952-2050. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-560. Portland, OR: USDA, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 253 p.
 

Adams, D.M. and G. Latta. 2003. Private Timber Harvest Potential in Eastern Oregon. Research Contribution 42, Forest Research Laboratory, Oregon State University. Corvallis. 42p.

 

Schillinger, R.R., D.M. Adams, G.S. Latta, and A.K. Van Nalts. 2003. An Analysis of Future Private Timber Supply Potential in Western Oregon. Western Journal of Applied Forestry 18(3):1-9.

 

Adams, D.M., R.R. Schillinger, G. Latta, and A. Van Nalts. 2002. Timber Harvest Projections for Private Land in Western Oregon. Research Contribution 37, Forest Research Laboratory, Oregon State University, Corvallis. 44p.

 
Adams, D.M. 2002. RPA5: Harvest, Inventory and Stumpage Prices. Journal of Forestry 100(2):26-31.
 
Adams, D.M. 2002. RPA5: Solid Wood Products. Journal of Forestry 100(2):14-19.
 

Alig, R., D. Adams, J. Mills, R. Haynes, P. Ince, and R. Moulton. 2001. Alternative projections of the impacts of private investment on southern forests: a comparison of two large-scale forest sector models of the United States. Silva Fennica 35(3):265-276.

 
 
CLIMATE CHANGE AND FASOMGHG
 
Adams, D., R. Alig, G. Latta, and E. White. In press. Regional impacts of a program for private forest carbon offset sales. Journal of Forestry
 
Latta, G., D. Adams, R. Alig, and E. White. In press.  Simulated effects of mandatory versus voluntary participation in private forest carbon offset markets in the United States. Journal Forest Economics.
 
Latta, G., H. Temesgen, D. Adams, and T. Barrett. 2010. Analysis of Potential Impacts of Climate Change on Forests of the United States Pacific Northwest. Forest Ecology and Management 259(4): 720-729.
 

R Alig, G. Latta, D. Adams, and B. McCarl. 2010. Mitigating Greenhouse Gases:  The Importance of Land Base Interactions Among Forests, Agriculture, and Residential Development in the Face of Changes in Bioenergy and Carbon Prices. Forest Policy and Economics 12(1): 67-75.

 
Latta, G., Temesgen, H., and T. Barrett. 2009. Mapping and imputing potential productivity of Pacific Northwest Forests using climate variables. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 39: 1197-1207.
 
Alig, R.J., D.M. Adams, and B.A. McCarl. 2002. Projecting impacts of global climate change on the U.S. forest and agriculture sectors. Forest Ecology and Management 169:3-14.
 
Alig, R.J., D.M. Adams, B.A. McCarl, and P.J. Ince. 2000. Economic potential of short-rotation woody crops on agricultural land for pulp fiber production in the United States. Forest Products Journal 50(5):67-74.
 
McCarl, B.A., D.M. Adams, R.J. Alig, D. Burton and C. Chen. 2000. Effects of global climate change on the US forest sector: response functions derived from a dynamic resource and market simulator. Climate Research 15(3):195-205.
 
Adams, D.M., R.J. Alig, B.A. McCarl, J.M. Callaway, and S.M. Winnett. 1999. Minimum Cost Strategies for Sequestering Carbon in Forests. Land Economics. 75 (3):360-74.
 
Adams, D.M., R.J. Alig, B.A. McCarl, S.M. Winnett, and J.M. Callaway. 1998. The effects of factor supply assumptions on intertemporal timber supply behavior: the cases of investable funds and land. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 28:239-247.
 
Alig, R., D. Adams, and B. McCarl. 1998. Ecological and economic impacts of forest policies: Interactions across forestry and agriculture. Ecological Economics 27: 63-78.
 
Alig, R., D. Adams, B. McCarl, J. Callaway, and S. Winnett. 1997. Assessing effects of mitigation strategies for global climate change with an intertemporal model of the U.S. forest and agriculture sectors. Environmental and Resource Economics 9: 259-274.
 
Adams, D.M., R.J. Alig, J.M. Callaway, B.A. McCarl, and S.M. Winnett. 1996a. The Forest and Agriculture Sector Optimization Model (FASOM): Model Structure and Policy Applications. USDA, Forest Service, PNW Research Station, General Technical Report PNW-RP-495, Portland, OR.
 
Adams, D.M., R.J. Alig, B.A. McCarl, J.M. Callaway, and S.M. Winnett. 1996b. An analysis of the impacts of public timber harvest policies on private forest management in the U.S. Forest Science 42(3): 343-358.
 
 

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