Selected Peer-Reviewed Publications

Johnson, J. A., Jones, S., Wood, S., Chaplin-Kramer, R., Hawthorne, P., Mulligan, M., Pennington, D., DeClerck, F. (2019). Mapping Ecosystem Services to Human Well-being: a toolkit to support integrated landscape management for the SDGs. Ecological Applications.

Chaplin-Kramer, R., Sharp, R. P., Weil, C., Bennett, E. M., Pascual, U., Arkema, K. Johnson, J.A., … & Hamann, M. (2019). Global modeling of nature’s contributions to people. Science366(6462), 255-258.

Oakleaf, J. R., Kennedy, C. M., Baruch-Mordo, S., Gerber, J. S., West, P. C., Johnson, J. A., & Kiesecker, J. (2019). Mapping global development potential for renewable energy, fossil fuels, mining and agriculture sectors. Scientific Data6(1), 101.

Smith, W. K., Nelson, E., Johnson, J. A., Polasky, S., Milder, J. C., Gerber, J. S., … & Arbuthnot, M. (2019). Voluntary sustainability standards could significantly reduce detrimental impacts of global agriculture. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 116(6), 2130-2137.

Keeler, B. L., Hamel, P., McPhearson, T., Hamann, M. H., Donahue, M. L., Prado, K. A. M., … & Guerry, A. D. (2019). Social-ecological and technological factors moderate the value of urban nature. Nature Sustainability, 2(1), 29.

Boyd, J. W., Bagstad, K. J., Ingram, J. C., Shapiro, C. D., Adkins, J. E., Casey, C. F., … & Hass, J. L. (2018). The Natural Capital Accounting Opportunity: Let’s Really Do the Numbers. BioScience, 68(12), 940-943.

Kim, H., Rosa, I., Alkemade, R., Leadley, P., Hurtt, G., Popp, A., … & Caton, E. (2018). A protocol for an intercomparison of biodiversity and ecosystem services models using harmonized land-use and climate scenarios. Geoscientific Model Development, 11(11), 4537-4562.

Wood, S. L., Jones, S. K., Johnson, J. A., Brauman, K. A., Chaplin-Kramer, R., Fremier, A., … & Mulligan, M. (2018). Distilling the role of ecosystem services in the Sustainable Development Goals. Ecosystem services, 29, 70-82.

Sonter, L. J., Johnson, J. A., Nicholson, C. C., Richardson, L. L., Watson, K. B., & Ricketts, T. H. (2017). Multi-site interactions: Understanding the offsite impacts of land use change on the use and supply of ecosystem services. Ecosystem Services, 23, 158-164.

Johnson, J. A., Runge, C. F., Senauer, B., & Polasky, S. (2016). Global Food Demand and Carbon-Preserving Cropland Expansion under Varying Levels of Intensification. Land Economics, 92(4), 579-592.

Carlson, K., Gerber, J., Mueller, N., Herrero, M., MacDonald, G., Brauman, K., Havlik, P., O’Connell, C., Johnson, J.A., Saatchi, S., West, P. (2016, in press). Greenhouse gas emissions intensity of global croplands. Nature Climate Change.

Vogl, A. L., Dennedy-Frank, P. J., Wolny, S., Johnson, J. A., Hamel, P., Narain, U., & Vaidya, A. (2016). Managing forest ecosystem services for hydropower production. Environmental Science & Policy, 61, 221-229.

Polasky, S., Bryant, B., Hawthorne, P., Johnson, J. A., Keeler, B., & Pennington, D. (2015). Inclusive wealth as a metric of sustainable development. Annual Review of Environment and Resources, 40, 445-466.

Chaplin-Kramer, R., Sharp, R.P., Mandle, L., Sim, S., Johnson, J. A., Butnar, I., i Canals, L.M., Eichelberger, B.A., Ramler, I., Mueller, C. and McLachlan, N. (2015). Spatial patterns of agricultural expansion determine impacts on biodiversity and carbon storage. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 112(24), 7402-7407.

Johnson, J. A, Runge, C. F., Senauer, B., Foley, J., & Polasky, S. (2014). Global agriculture and carbon trade-offs. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 111(34), 12342-12347.

Runge, C. F., & Johnson, J. A. (2014). Are we in this together? Risk bearing and collective action. Journal of Natural Resources Policy Research, 6(1), 71-76.

Runge, C. F., Sheehan, J. J., Senauer, B., Foley, J., Gerber, J., Johnson, J. A., … & Runge, C. P. (2012). Assessing the comparative productivity advantage of bioenergy feedstocks at different latitudes. Environmental Research Letters, 7(4), 045906.

Runge, C. F., Johnson, J. A, & Runge, C. P. (2011). Better milk than cola: soft drink taxes and substitution effects. Choices, 26(3), 3.

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