Adam Daigneault – Publications

Please see my Google Scholar profile page for a full list of publications.  Additional details and working papers can be found on Research Gate.

Select publications include:

Favero, A., A. Daigneault, and B. Sohngen. 2020. Forests: Carbon Sequestration, Biomass Energy, or Both? Science Advances, 6(13): eaay6792.

Fernandez, M. and A. Daigneault 2020. A double win: new pathways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve water quality in New Zealand. Environmental Research Letters (accepted March 2020).

Gawith, D., I. Hodge, F. Morgan, and A. Daigneault. 2020. Climate change costs more than we think because people adapt less than we assume. Ecological Economics 173: 106636.

Daigneault. A. C. Johnston, A. Korosuo, J. Baker, N. Forsell, J. Prestemon and R. Abt. 2019. Developing Detailed Shared Socioeconomic Pathway (SSP) Narratives for the Global Forest Sector. Journal of Forest Economics 34:7-45.

Ausseil, A., A. Daigneault, B. Frame, E. Texiera. Towards an integrated assessment of climate and socio-economic change impacts and implications in New Zealand. Environmental Modelling and Software 119:1-20.

Brown, P., A. Daigneault and J. Dawson. 2019. Age and Decision Making in New Zealand Agriculture. Journal of Environmental Management. 231:110-120.

Daigneault A., S. Greenhalgh, and O. Samarasinghe. 2018. Economic impacts of multiple agro-environmental policies on regional New Zealand land use. Environmental and Resource Economics 69(4): 763-785.

Brown P., A. Daigneault, E. Tjernstrom, and W. Zou. 2018. Natural Disasters, Social Protection, and Risk Perceptions. World Development 104: 310–325

Daigneault, A., F. Eppink, and W. Lee. 2017. A national riparian restoration programme in New Zealand: is it value for money? Journal of Environmental Management. 187:166-177.

Daigneault, A., S. Greenhalgh, and O. Samarasinghe. 2017 Sharing the Pie: The dilemma of allocating nutrient leaching between sources. Ecological Economics 131:449-459.

Daigneault, A, P. Brown, and D. Gawith. 2016. Dredging versus hedging: comparing hard infrastructure to ecosystem-based adaptation to flooding. Ecological Economics 122: 25–35.

Daigneault, A., B. Sohngen, and R. Sedjo. 2012. An economic approach to assess the forest carbon implications of biomass energy. Environmental Science and Technology 46(11): 5664–5671.

Daigneault, A., M. Miranda, and B. Sohngen. 2010. Optimal forest rotation with environmental values and endogenous fire risk. Land Economics 86(1): 155-172.

Newbold, S. and A. Daigneault. 2009. Climate response uncertainty and the expected benefits of greenhouse gas emissions reductions.  Environmental and Resource Economics 44(3): 351-377.