James Shortle

Distinguished Professor of Agricultural and Environmental Economics

James Shortle

Publication Tags

Water Quality Pollution Nutrients Nutrient Economics Decision Making Watershed Agriculture Watersheds Nitrogen Phosphorus Water Pollution Best Management Practice Land Management Policy Conservation Land Use Cost Pollutant Economic Research Reduction Animals Water Uncertainty Costs

Most Recent Papers

Temporal inequality of nutrient and sediment transport: A decision-making framework for temporal targeting of load reduction goals

Heather E. Preisendanz, Tamie L. Veith, Qian Zhang, James Shortle, 2020, Environmental Research Letters

Nutrient control in water bodies: A systems approach

James S. Shortle, James R. Mihelcic, Qiong Zhang, Mazdak Arabi, 2020, Journal of Environmental Quality on p. 517-533

Shared discovery: A process to coproduce knowledge among scientists, policy makers, and stakeholders for solving nutrient pollution problems

Matthew B. Royer, Robert P. Brooks, James S. Shortle, Susan Yetter, 2020, Journal of Environmental Quality on p. 603-612

Valuing water quality benefits from adopting best management practices: A spatial approach

Dong Soon Choi, Richard C. Ready, James S. Shortle, 2020, Journal of Environmental Quality on p. 582-592

Addressing the spatial disconnect between national-scale total maximum daily loads and localized land management decisions

Amin, M. G. Mostofa, M. G.Mostofa Amin, Tamie Veith, James S. Shortle, Heather D. Karsten, Peter J.A. Kleinman, Kleinman, Peter J. A., 2020, Journal of Environmental Quality on p. 613-627

Point-Nonpoint Nutrient Trading in the Susquehanna River Basin

Richard D. Horan, James Samuel Shortle, David G. Abler, 2019, on p. 253-264

Reflections on 40 Years of Applied Economics Research on Agriculture and Water Quality

Marc Ribaudo, James Shortle, 2019, Agricultural and Resource Economics Review on p. 519-530

Geospatial landscape analysis for livestock manure management in Western Pennsylvania

Gourab Saha, Cibin Raj, Herschel Elliott, Heather Gall, Jim Shortle, David Alber, 2018,

Protecting and Restoring Aquatic Ecosystems in Multiple Stressor Environments

Ram Ranjan, James Shortle, 2017, Water Economics and Policy

Nutrient Pollution

James Shortle, Richard D. Horan, 2017, Water Economics and Policy

Most-Cited Papers

Reforming agricultural nonpoint pollution policy in an increasingly budget-constrained environment

James S. Shortle, Marc Ribaudo, Richard D. Horan, David Blandford, 2012, Environmental Science & Technology on p. 1316-1325

Economics and environmental markets

James Shortle, 2013, Agricultural and Resource Economics Review on p. 57-74

Policy instruments for water quality protection

James Shortle, Richard D. Horan, 2013, Annual Review of Resource Economics on p. 111-138

Water quality trading with asymmetric information, uncertainty and transaction costs

N. P. Nguyen, J. S. Shortle, P. M. Reed, T. T. Nguyen, 2013, Resources and Energy Economics on p. 60-90

Nutrient Pollution

James Shortle, Richard D. Horan, 2017, Water Economics and Policy

Managing manure for sustainable livestock production in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed

Peter Kleinman, Kristen Saacke Blunk, Ray Bryant, Lou Saporito, Doug Beegle, Karl Czymmek, Quirine Ketterings, Tom Sims, Jim Shortle, Josh McGrath, Frank Coale, Mark Dubin, Daniel Dostie, Rory Maguire, Robb Meinen, Arthur Allen, Kelly O'Neill, Lamonte Garber, Mark Davis, Bobby Clark, Kevin Sellner, Matt Smith, 2012, Journal of Soils and Water Conservation on p. 54A-61A

Agglomeration bonus in small and large local networks

Simanti Banerjee, Anthony M. Kwasnica, James S. Shortle, 2012, Ecological Economics on p. 142-152

Information and Auction Performance

Simanti Banerjee, Anthony Mark Kwasnica, James Samuel Shortle, 2015, Environmental and Resource Economics on p. 409-431

Agricultural costs of the Chesapeake Bay total maximum daily load

Zach Kaufman, David Abler, James Shortle, Jayson Harper, James Hamlett, Peter Feather, 2014, Environmental Science & Technology on p. 14131-14138

Using stochastic frontier models to mitigate omitted variable bias in hedonic pricing models

Fernando Carriazo, Richard Ready, James Shortle, 2013, Ecological Economics on p. 80-88