My current working papers are on the topics of global elephant conservation and the impact of destroying ivory; the relationships between tropical storms, mangroves, and local livelihoods using global satellite data; coastal erosion management in the Pacific Northwest (USA), and the role of different geomorphologies and how they are valued by coastal homebuyers (using hedonic analysis); and deforestation policies in the Brazilian Amazon.
"The Elephant in the Room: Destroying Stockpiles to Reduce Poaching Rates". Under review.
"Storms, Mangroves, and Local Livelihoods" coauthored with Paulo J. Murillo-Sandoval
"Coastal Erosion Protection on the Oregon Coast" coauthored with Steven J. Dundas
"Property registration and deforestation monitoring: Evidence from Brazil". (Continuation of MS thesis)