College of Agricultural Sciences Personnel Profile
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John B Loomis
Professor
Agricultural and Resource Economics
College of Agricultural Sciences

Clark Building Building, Room
Phone:
970-491-2485
Education:
  • Ph D, Colorado State University; Economics
  • MA, California State University, Northridge; Economics
  • BA, California State University, Northridge; Economics
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John Loomis performs research in the economic valuation of non-marketed natural resources such as rivers, recreational fisheries, public lands, endangered species, water quality, and forest fire management. His research methods include the use of surveys, and involve techniques such as the travel cost, contingent valuation and hedonic property methods. The research is performed for state and federal agencies throughout the U.S., and with colleagues in Chile, China, Spain and Vietnam.

Loomis, John B, Mueller, Julie, (2016) A Spatial Probit Modeling Approach to Account for Spatial Spillover Effects in Dichotomous Choice Contingent Valuation Survey Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 45 1 53063

Van Khuc, Quy, Alhassan, Mustapha, Loomis, John B, Tran, Trung Duc, Paschke, Mark W, (2016) Estimating Urban Households' Willingness-to-Pay for Upland Forest Restoration in Vietnam Open Journal of Forestry 6 03 191

Loomis, John B, (2016) Incorporating non-market values in fire management planning Us for Serv T R Psw 173 217-225

Shah, Syed A, Hoag, Dana Loyd Keske, Loomis, John B, (2016) Is willingness to pay for freshwater quality improvement in Pakistan affected by payment vehicle? Donations, mandatory government payments, or donations to NGO’s Environmental Economics and Policy Studies 1–12

Manning, Dale, Loomis, John B, (2016) Comparing WTP for Infrastructure using Contingent Behavior and Contingent Valuation Environment and Development Economics

Loomis, John , (2016) The Role of Economic Benefit Measures in Recreation Planning and Management Journal of Parks and Recreation Administration 34 4 105-108

Haefele, Michelle A, Loomis, John B, Bilmes, Linda, (2016) Total economic value of the US National Park Service estimated to be $92 billion: implications for policy The George Wright Forum 33 3 335-345

Van Khuc, Quy, Alhassan, Mustapha, Loomis, John , Tran, Trung Duc, Paschke, Mark W, (2016) Estimating Urban Households' Willingness-to-Pay for Upland Forest Restoration in Vietnam Open Journal of Forestry 6 191-198

Holmes, Thomas, Bowker, James, Englin, Jeffrey, Hjerpe, Evan, Loomis, John , (2016) A Synthesis of the Economic Value of Wilderness Journal of Forestry 114 3 320-328

Santiago, Luis, Loomis, John , Ortiz, Alisa , Torres, Ariam , (2016) Valuing Urban Tropical River Recreation Attributes Using Choice Experiments Environment and Natural Resources Research 6 2 128-135

Manning, Dale, Means, Peter Timothy, Zimmerle, Daniel J, Galvin, Kathleen, Loomis, John B, Paustian, Keith H, (2015) Using contingent behavior analysis to measure benefits from rural electrification in developing countries: an example from Rwanda ENERGY POLICY 86 393-401

Tababaei, Maryam, Loomis, John B, McCollum, Daniel, (2015) Non-Market Benefits of Reducing Environmental Effects of Potential Wildfires in Beetle Killed Trees: A Contingent Valuation Study Journal of Sustainable Forestry 34 8 720-737

Loomis, John B, Koontz, Steve, Miller, Holly, Richardson, Leslie, (2015) Valuing Geospatial Information: Using the Contingent Valuation Method to Estimate the Economic Benefits of Landsat Satellite Imagery Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 81 8 647-565

Loomis, John B, Koontz, Stephen R, Miller, Holly, Richardson, Leslie, (2015) Valuing Geospatial Information: Using the Contingent Valuation Method to Estimate the Economic Benefits of Landsat Satellite Imagery. Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing 81

Loomis, John B, (2015) "The Use of Benefit Transfer in the United States" Springer

Nelson, Nanette, Loomis, John B, Jakus, Paul, Kealy, Mary Jo, Stackelburg, Nick, (2015) Linking Ecological Data and Economics to Estimate the Total Economic Value of Improving Water Quality by Reducing Nutrients. Ecological Economics 118 1-9

Richardson, Leslie, Loomis, John B, Kroeger, Timm, Casey, Frank, (2015) The Role of Benefit Transfer in Ecosystem Service Valuation. Ecological Economics 115 51-58

Loomis, John B, (2014) "What Can Meta Analysis Tell Us about Hypothetical Bias in Stated Preference Valuation Studies?" Meta-Analysis Economic Research Newtork, MAER http://www.hendrix.edu/maer-network/default.aspx? id=40672

Hil, Rebecca , Loomis, John B, Thilmany, Dawn D, Sullins, Martha J, (2014) Economic Values of Agritourism to Visitors: A Multi-destination Hurdle Travel Cost Model of Demand Tourism Economics 20 5 1047-1065

Goldbach, Rebecca Lynn, Loomis, John B, Thilmany, Dawn D, Sullins, Martha J, (2014) Economic values of agritourism to visitors: a multi-destination hurdle travel cost model of demand. Tourism Economics

Loomis, John B, Richardson, Leslie, Kroeger, Timm, Casey, Frank , (2014) "Valuing Ecosystem Services Using Benefit Transfer: Separating Credible and Incredible Approaches" Edward Elgar

Young, Robert A, Loomis, John B, (2014) "Determining the Economic Value of Water: Concepts and Methods" Resources for the Future Press, by Taylor & Francis 2nd Edition

Diffendorfer, Jay, Loomis, John B, Authors, Eleven other, (2014) Valuation of Monarch Butterflies Indicates Untapped Potential for Incentive Based Conservation Conservation Letters by Wiley Periodical 7 3 253-262

Mueller, Julie, Loomis, John B, (2014) Does the Estimated Impacts of Wildfires Vary with Housing Price Distribution? A Quantile Regression Approach. Land Use Policy 41 121-127

Loomis, John B, (2014) Strategies for Overcoming Hypothetical Bias in Stated Preference Surveys Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 39 1 34-46

Loomis, John B, McTernan, James, (2014) Economic Value of Instream Flow for Non-Commercial Whitewater Boating Using Recreation Demand and Contingent Valuation Methods. Environmental Management 53 3 510-519

Loomis, John B, Loureiro, Maria, (2013) International Public Preferences and Provision of Public Goods: Assessment of the Passive Use Values in Large Oil Spills Environmental and Resource Economics 56 521-534

Loomis, John B, Using Revealed Preference Behavioral Models to Correctly Account for Substitution Effects in Economic Impact Analysis The Journal of Regional Analysis and Policy 43 2 157-169

Loomis, John B, (2013) "Economic Valuation: Concepts and Empirical Methods" Handbook of Regional Science Chapter 49

Alhassan, Mustapha, Loomis, John B, Frasier, W Marshall, Davies, Stephen P, Andales, Allan A, (2013) Estimating farmers’ willingness to pay for improved irrigation: An economic study of the Bontanga irrigation scheme in northern Ghana Journal of Agricultural Sciences 5 4 31-42

Loomis, John B, Santiago, Luis, (2013) Economic Valuation of Beach Quality Improvements: Comparing Incremental Attribute Values Estimated from Two Stated Preference Valuation Methods. Coastal Management 41 75-86

Loomis, John B, (2012) A Policy Analysis of the Collaborative Upper Colorado River Basin Endangered Fish Recovery Program: Cost Savings or Cost Shifting? Natural Resources Journal 52 2 337-364

Loomis, John B, (2012) "Are Benefit Transfers Using a Joint Revealed and Stated Preference Model More Accurate than Revealed and Stated Preference Data Alone?" In Whitehead, Haab and Huang, eds Preference Data for Environmental Valuation: Combining Revealed and Stated Preference Approaches Routledge, NY

Loomis, John B, (2012) Assessing Wildlife and Environmental Values in Cost-Benefit-Analysis - State-of-the-Art J Environ Manage 22 125-131

Loomis, John B, (2012) Comparing Economic Values of Trout Anglers and Nontrout Anglers in Colorado’s Stocked Public Reservoirs North American Journal of Fisheries Management 32 202-210

Loomis, John B, (2012) Comparing Fire Protection and Improvement Values at Four Major US National Parks and Assessing Potential for Generalized Value Categories International Journal of Safety and Security Engineering 2 1 12-Jan

Rideout, Douglas B, Loomis, John B, Ziesler, P, Wei, Yu, (2012) Comparing fire protection and improvement values at four major US national parks and assessing the potential for generalized value categories International Journal of Safety and Security Engineering 2 1 1–12

Loomis, John B, (2012) Comparing Household’s Total Economic Values and Recreation Value of Instream Flow in an Urban River Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy 1 1 17-May

Loomis, John B, (2012) Did the Great Recession Reduce Visitor Spending and Willingness to Pay for Nature Based Recreation? Contemporary Economic Policy

Magnan-corresponding, Nicholas P, Seidl, Andrew F, (2012) Do new amenity migrants value ranch open space more than existing residents? Evidence from the Rocky Mountains (USA) Society and Natural Resources

Magnan, Nicholas, Seidl, Andrew F, Loomis, John B, (2012) Is resident valuation of ranch open space robust in a growing rural community? Evidence from the Rocky Mountains Society & Natural Resources 25 9 852–867

Loomis, John B, (2012) OWLECON Us for Serv T R Psw 173 209-216

Loomis, John B, (2012) The Economic Contribution of the Private Recreation-Based Aquaculture Industry in the Western United States Aquaculture Economics and Management 16 21-Jan

Loomis, John B, (2012) The Hidden Costs of Wildfire: Economic Valuation of Health Effects of Smoke Exposure in Southern California Journal of Forest Economics 18 14-35

Loomis, John B, (2012) Ways to Make Stated Preference Methods more Valuable to Public Land Managers Western Economic Forum, Spring 9 1 22-29

Loomis, John B, (2012) Valuing mortality impacts of smoke exposure from major southern California wildfires Journal of Forest Economics 18 61-75

Loomis, John B, (2011) A New Approach to Value Urban Recreation Using Visitors’ Time Allocations Urban Public Economic Reviews 14 13-24

Loomis, John B, (2011) Comparing Tourists’ Behaviour and Values of Land Use Changes Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 54 1 55-69

Ellingson, Lindsey J, Seidl, Andrew F, Loomis, John B, (2011) Comparing tourists’ behaviour and values of land use changes: a focus on ranch land open space in Colorado Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 54 1 55–69

Loomis, John B, (2011) Did the Great Recession Reduce Visitor Spending and Willingness to Pay for Nature Based Recreation? Contemporary Economic Policy

Loomis, John B, (2011) Did the Great Recession Reduce Visitor Spending and Willingness to Pay for Nature-Based Recreation: Evidence from 2006 and 2009 Contemporary Economic Policy 30 2 238-246

Loomis, John B, (2011) Incorporating Distributional Issues into Benefit Cost Analysis: Why, How, and Two Empirical Examples Using Non-market Valuation Journal of Benefit Cost Analysis, Article 5 Berkeley Electronic Press 466 DOWNLOADS 2 1

Loomis, John B, (2011) Testing Differences in Estimation of River Recreation Benefits for International and Domestic Tourists as a Function of Single versus Multiple-Destination Trips Journal of Hospitality Marketing & Management 20 143-165

Loomis, John B, (2011) "Testing the Robustness of Contingent Valuation Estimates of WTP to Survey Mode and Treatment of Protest Responses" J Loomis, A Gonzalez-Caban & J Champ, J Bennett, ed International Handbook on Non-Market Environmental Valuation

Loomis, John B, (2011) "The Users, Uses and Value of Landsat & Other Moderate Resolution Satellite Imagery in the US" USGS Open File Report 2011-1031 http://pubs.usgs.gov/of/2011/1031/

Loomis, John B, (2011) What’s to Know about Hypothetical Bias in Stated Preference Valuation Studies Journal of Economic Surveys 25 2 363-370

Loomis, John B, (2010) "A Comparison of Methodologies for Valuing Decreased Decreased Health Effects from Wildfire Smoke" Am Ag & Applied Econ Assoc Meeting http://purl.umn.edu/61252

Loomis, John B, (2010) An Improved Method for Calibrating Purchase Intentions in Stated Preference Demand Models Journal of Agricultural, Applied Economics 42 4 679-693

Loomis, John B, (2010) Bayesians in Space: Using Bayesian Methods to Inform Choice of Spatial Weights Matrix in Hedonic Property Analyses The Review of Regional Studies 40 3 245-255

Loomis, John B, (2010) Counting on recreation use data J Leisure Res 32 93-96

Loomis, John B, (2010) Do CVM Estimates Suffer from On-Site Sampling Bias? A Comparison of On-Site, Visitor Surveys Agricultural, Resource Economics Review 39 3 561-570

Loomis, John B, (2010) Forest Service Use of Nonmarket Valuation in Fire Economics: Past, Present, and Future Journal of Forestry 108 8 389-396

Loomis, John B, (2010) Linking contingent behavior and input-output models J Agr Resour Econ 28 653-653

Loomis, John B, (2010) "Testing Construct Validity of River Recreation Use Values: A Comparison of Direct Elicitation of Use Values to Use Values Inferred" Indirectly from WTP for Total Economic Value, 2010 Am Ag & Applied Econ Association Meeting http://purlumnedu/60410

Loomis, John B, (2010) The Economic Cost of Adverse Health Effects from Wildfire-Smoke Exposure: A Review International Journal of Wildland Fire 19 803-817

Deisenroth, Daniel, Bond, Craig, Davies, Stephen P, Loomis, John B, Seidl, Andrew F, Davies, Amalia, Myrick, Chris, Fitzsimmons, Kevin, Fornshell, Gary, Conte, Fred, others, , (2009) "Economic Contribution of the Aquacultural Suppliers of Recreational Fish in the Western US" 34 3 540–541

Deisenroth, D., Bond, C., Davies, S., Loomis, John B, Seidl, Andrew F, Davies, A., Myrick, Christopher A, Fitzsimmons, K., Fornshell, G., Conte, F., Boren, J., (2009) Economic contributions of the aquacultural suppliers of recreational fish in the western US. Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 34 3 540-541

Loomis, John B, (2009) Economic Valuation of Environmental Damages due to the Prestige Oil Spill in Spain Environ Resour Econ 44 537-553

Loomis, John B, (2009) Mountain substitutability and peak load pricing of high alpine peaks as a management tool to reduce environmental damage J Environ Manage 90 1751-1760

Loomis, John B, (2009) Using Numerical Dynamic Programming to Compare Passive and Active Learning in the Adaptive Management of Nutrients in Shallow Lakes Can J Agr Econ 57 555-573

Loomis, John B, (2009) Willingness to pay function for two fuel treatments to reduce wildfire acreage burned Forest Policy Econ 11 155-160

Loomis, John B, (2008) Comparing recreation benefits from on-site versus household surveys in count data travel cost demand models with overdispersion Tourism Econ 14 567-576

Loomis, John B, (2008) Estimating rates of substitution for protecting values at risk for initial attack planning and budgeting Forest Policy Econ 10 205-219

Loomis, John B, (2008) Frameworks for analyzing the economic effects of climate change on outdoor recreation Clim Res 36 259-269

Loomis, John B, (2008) Spatial dependence in hedonic property models J Agr Resour Econ 32 564-565

Loomis, John B, (2008) Spatial dependence in hedonic property models J Agr Resour Econ 33 212-231

Loomis, John B, (2008) Using non market valuation to inform the choice between permits and fees in environmental regulation Environ Resour Econ 40 329-337

Loomis, John B, (2007) A comparison of CVM survey response rates, protests and willingness-to-pay of Native Americans and general population for fuels reduction policies J Forest Econ 13 49-71

Loomis, John B, Kerkvliet, Joe, Weiler, Stephan A, (2007) Are High Wage Jobs Hazardous to Your Health? The Myth That Attracting Higher Paying Extractive Industry Jobs Is a Desirable Community Economic Development Strategy Western Economics Forum 16 2 10–14

Loomis, John B, (2007) Defining, valuing, and providing ecosystem goods and services Nat Resour J 47 329-376

Seidl, Andrew F, Davies, Stephen P, Loomis, John B, Davies, Amalia, Griswold, Nigel, (2007) Estimated economic impacts of BLM land use change on local agriculture: the Little Snake resource area management plan Economic development report (Colorado State University. Dept. of Agricultural and Resource Economics); EDR 07-10.

Loomis, John B, Davies, Stephen P, Seidl, Andrew F, Davies, Amalia, Griswold, Nigel, (2007) Estimated economic impacts of BLM land use change on local recreation and tourism: the Little Snake resource area management plan Economic development report (Colorado State University. Dept. of Agricultural and Resource Economics); EDR 07-09.

Davies, Stephen P, Davies, Amalia, Griswold, Nigel, Seidl, Andrew F, Loomis, John B, (2007) ESTIMATED ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF BLM LAND USE CHANGE ON THE OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY: THE LITTLE SNAKE RESOURCE AREA MANAGEMENT PLAN

Kaval, Pamela, Loomis, John B, Seidl, Andrew F, (2007) Public perspectives of wild and prescribed fires on the urban wildland interface in Colorado Suggested running head: Colorado public perspectives of wildfire Land use planning

Loomis, John B, (2007) Regional economic development and net economic values of providing access to Colorado fourteeners J Agr Resour Econ 32 564-564

Loomis, John B, (2007) Spatial limits of the travel cost model revisited J Agr Resour Econ 32 564-564

Loomis, John B, (2007) The decision to use benefit transfer or conduct original valuation research for benefit-cost and policy analysis Contemp Econ Policy 26 12-Jan

Loomis, John B, (2007) The Importance of Including Costs of Full Mitigation in Benefit-Cost-Analysis and Guidance for Planning Actual Mitigation T N Am Wildl Nat Res 49 394-403

Kaval, Pamela, Loomis, John B, Seidl, Andrew F, (2007) Willingness-to-pay for prescribed fire in the Colorado (USA) wildland urban interface Forest Policy and Economics 9 8 928–937

Loomis, John B, Seidl, Andrew F, Rollins, KL, Rameker, V, Johnston, RJ, Swallow, SK, others, , (2006) Alternative valuation strategies for public open-space purchases: stated versus market evidence. Economics and contemporary land-use policy: development and conservation at the rural-urban fringe 183–202

Loomis, John B, (2006) Deriving values for the ecological support function of wildlife Ecol Econ 56 49-57

Loomis, John B, (2006) Irrigation water demand Water Resour Res 42

Richardson, Robert B, Loomis, John B, Weiler, Stephan A, (2006) Recreation as a spatial good: Distance effects on changes in recreation visitation and benefits The Review of Regional Studies 36 3 362–380

Loomis, John B, (2006) Reducing barriers in future benefit transfers Ecol Econ 60 343-350

Loomis, John B, Ellingson, Lindsey, Gonzalez-Caban, Armando, Seidl, Andrew F, (2006) The role of ethnicity and language in contingent valuation analysis American Journal of Economics and Sociology 65 3 559–586

Loomis, John B, Miller, Julie, Gonzalez-Caban, Armando, Champ, Joseph, (2006) Testing the Convergent Validity of Videotape Survey Administration and Phone Interviews in Contingent Valuation Society & Natural Resources 19 4 367-375

Loomis, John B, (2005) Assessing validity of elk and deer license sales estimated by contingent valuation Wildlife Soc B 33 633-642

Fix, Peter J, Manfredo, Michael J, Loomis, John B, (2005) Assessing validity of elk and deer license sales estimated by contingent valuation Wildlife Society Bulletin 33 2 633–642

Loomis, John B, (2005) Climate change and recreation benefits in an Alpine National Park J Leisure Res 37 307-320

Loomis, John B, (2005) Computational methods for measuring the difference of empirical distributions Am J Agr Econ 87 353-365

Kido, Antonio, Seidl, Andrew F, Loomis, John B, (2005) Estimadores de panel que combinan información de costos de viaje y conjuntos de datos de valoración contingente para evaluar áreas naturales protegidas Agricultura, sociedad y desarrollo 2 2 75–82

Loomis, John B, (2005) Testing transferability of willingness to pay for forest fire prevention among three states of California, Florida and Montana J Forest Econ 11 125-140

Loomis, John B, (2005) Valuation of multiple public goods Am J Agr Econ 80 1211-1211

Loomis, John B, Rameker, Vicki, Seidl, Andrew F, (2004) A hedonic model of public market transactions for open space protection Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 47 1 83–96

Loomis, John B, (2004) Adaptive recreation planning and climate change Ecol Econ 50 83-99

Loomis, John B, (2004) Comparing the economic effects of wildfire on recreation demand in Montana and Colorado J Agr Resour Econ 27 575-575

Loomis, John B, (2004) Estuary management and recreational fishing benefits Coast Manage 32 417-432

Loomis, John B, (2004) The effects of fire on recreation demand in Montana West J Appl For 19 47-53

Loomis, John B, (2004) Using random parameters to account for heterogeneous preferences in contingent valuation of open space J Agr Resour Econ 28 653-654

Loomis, John B, (2003) Expanding institutional arrangements for acquiring water for environmental purposes Int J Water Resour D 19 21-28

Loomis, John B, (2003) Expanding institutional arrangements for acquiring water for environmental purposes J Agr Resour Econ 28 652-652

Loomis, John B, (2003) Wildfire effects on hiking and biking demand in New Mexico J Environ Manage 69 359-368

Weiler, Stephan A, Loomis, John B, Richardson, Robby, Shwiff, Stephanie, (2002) Driving regional economic models with a statistical model: hypothesis testing for economic impact analysis The Review of Regional Studies 32 1 97–111

Loomis, John B, (2002) Language-related differences in a contingent valuation study Am J Agr Econ 84 1091-1102

Loomis, John B, (2001) A comparison of willingness to pay estimation techniques from referendum questions - Application to endangered fish Environ Resour Econ 20 331-346

Weiler, Stephan A, Loomis, John B, Richardson, Robert, Shwiff, Stephanie, (2001) Driving regional models with a statistical model: Possibilities for hypothesis tests on economic impacts Review of Regional Studies 97–111

Loomis, John B, (2001) Improving statistical efficiency and testing robustness of conjoint marginal valuations Am J Agr Econ 83 1321-1327

Loomis, John B, (2001) Prescribed fire and public support J Forest 99 18-22

Loomis, John B, (2001) Testing a meta-analysis model for benefit transfer in international outdoor recreation Ecol Econ 39 67-83

Loomis, John B, Rameker, V, Seidl, Andrew F, (2001) "Valuing open space attributes in Colorado: Evidence from a hedonic analysis of public purchases." 26 2 565–565

Loomis, John B, (2000) Can environmental economic valuation techniques aid ecological economics and wildlife conservation? Wildlife Soc B 28 52-60

Loomis, John B, (2000) Economic values of wilderness recreation and passive use Us for Serv Rmrs-P 2 13-May

Loomis, John B, (2000) Effects of gender and parental status on the economic valuation of increasing wetlands, reducing wildlife contamination and increasing salmon populations Soc Natur Resour 13 14-Jan

Loomis, John B, (2000) Environmental valuation techniques in water resource decision making J Water Res Pl-Asce 126 339-344

Loomis, John B, (2000) Meta-analytic benefit transfer of outdoor recreation economic values Environ Resour Econ 25 79-100

Loomis, John B, (2000) Regional economic contribution and net economic values of opening access to three Colorado Fourteeners Tourism Econ 14 249-262

Loomis, John B, (2000) Testing significance of multi-destination and multi-purpose trip effects in a travel cost methods demand model for whale watching trips J Agr Resour Econ 25 723-723

Loomis, John B, Pierce, Cynthia, Manfredo, Mike, (2000) Using the demand for hunting licences to evaluate contingent valuation estimates of willingness to pay Applied Economics Letters 7 7 435–438

Loomis, John B, (2000) Vertically summing public good demand curves Land Econ 76 312-321

Loomis, John B, (1999) An investigation into the presence and causes of environmental inequity in Denver, Colorado Soc Sci J 36 77-92

Loomis, John B, (1999) Do additional designations of wilderness result in increases in recreation use? Soc Natur Resour 12 481-491

Loomis, John B, (1999) Internal and external scope in willingness-to-pay estimates for threatened and endangered wildlife J Environ Manage 56 221-229

Loomis, John B, (1999) The value of ranch open space to tourists Growth Change 30 366-383

Loomis, John B, (1999) Two valuation questions in one survey Appl Econ 31 957-964

Loomis, John B, (1998) A willingness-to-pay function for protecting acres of spotted owl habitat from fire Ecol Econ 25 315-322

Loomis, John B, (1998) Accounting for Heterogeneity of Public Lands in Hedonic Property Models Land Economics 88 3 444-456

Donnelly, Maureen P, Vaske, Jerry J, DeRuiter, Darla S, Loomis, John B, others, , (1998) Economic impacts of state parks: effect of park visitation, park facilities, and county economic diversification. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration 16 4 57–72

Loomis, John B, (1998) Estimating the public's values for instream flow J Am Water Resour As 34 1007-1014

Pierce, Cynthia L, Loomis, John B, Manfredo, Michael J, (1998) "Project report on research titled: Evaluating big game hunters’ willingness-to-pay for licenses with pricing changes" The Unit 38

Loomis, John B, (1998) WTA estimates using the method of paired comparison Environ Resour Econ 12 375-386

Loomis, John B, (1997) A two-constraint AIDS model of recreation demand and the value of leisure time J Agr Resour Econ 22 390-390

Loomis, John B, (1997) Comparing the economic value of reducing fire risk to spotted owl habitat in California and Oregon Forest Sci 43 473-482

Loomis, John B, (1997) Comparing the value of fuel treatment options in northern Colorado's urban and wildland-urban interface areas Forest Policy Econ 9 694-703

Loomis, John B, (1997) How certain are visitors of their economic values of river recreation Water Resour Res 33 1187-1193

Loomis, John B, (1997) Panel estimators to combine revealed and stated preference dichotomous choice data J Agr Resour Econ 22 233-245

Loomis, John B, (1996) A Field Guide to Wildlife Economic-Analyses T N Am Wildl Nat Res 49 315-324

Loomis, John B, (1996) Economic benefits of rare and endangered species Ecol Econ 18 197-206

Loomis, John B, (1996) Economic benefits of rare and endangered species Am J Agr Econ 78 1407-1407

Loomis, John B, (1996) Economic values of increasingly rare and endangered fish Fisheries 21 10-Jun

Loomis, John B, (1996) How large is the extent of the market for public goods Appl Econ 28 779-782

Loomis, John B, (1996) Measuring the economic benefits of removing dams and restoring the Elwha River Water Resour Res 32 441-447

Loomis, John B, (1996) The economic value of biodiversity - Pearce,D, Moran,D J Econ Lit 33 2026-2027

Loomis, John B, (1995) 4 Models for Determining Environmental-Quality Effects on Recreational Demand and Regional-Economics Ecol Econ 12 55-65

Loomis, John B, (1995) An Economic-Assessment of Hardwoods as Habitat Components for Black-Tailed Deer in Northern California Conifer Forests J Forest 93 41-45

Loomis, John B, (1995) Public Trust Doctrine Produces Water for Mono Lake - the State-of-California Water-Resources-Control-Board Decision Number-1631 J Soil Water Conserv 50 270-271

Loomis, John B, (1994) Do Reminders of Substitutes and Budget Constraints Influence Contingent Valuation Estimates Am J Agr Econ 76 1246-1246

Loomis, John B, (1994) Separating Marginal Values of Public-Goods from Warm Glows in Contingent Valuation Studies Am J Agr Econ 76 1246-1246

Loomis, John B, (1994) Water Transfer and Major Environmental Provisions of the Central Valley Project Improvement Act - a Preliminary Economic-Evaluation Water Resour Res 30 1865-1871

Loomis, John B, (1992) Using meta-analysis for benefit transfer Water Resour Res 36 1097-1107

Loomis, John B, (1988) Measuring Regressivity of Excise Taxes - a Buyers Index Public Financ Quart 16 301-314

Loomis, John B, (1986) A Note on Marginal Valuation of Underpriced Facilities Public Financ Quart 14 489-498

Loomis, John B, (1986) Evaluating Regional Demand Models for Estimating Recreation Use and Economic-Benefits - a Case-Study Water Resour Res 22 431-438

Loomis, John B, (1984) Pricing for Efficiency and Revenue in Public Recreation Areas J Leisure Res 16 195-208

Loomis, John B, (1984) Valuing Option, Existence, and Bequest Demands for Wilderness Land Econ 60 14-29

Loomis, John B, (1982) Effect of Non-Price Rationing on Benefit Estimates from Publicly Provided Recreation J Environ Manage 14 283-289

Loomis, John B, (1982) Potential Federal-Funding of State Nongame Management Programs - Results of a United-States Fish and Wildlife Service Study T N Am Wildl Nat Res 50 374-382

Loomis, John B, (1980) Toward Empirical Estimation of the Total Value of Protecting Rivers Water Resour Res 26 1345-1357