Working Papers:

  • Flood your neighbors: Spillover effects of levee building.
  • Linking farmland conservation and the provision of ecosystem services: A choice experiment approach. (with Brent Swallow)
  • Hot spots, cold feet, and warm glow: Identifying spatial heterogeneity in willingness to pay. NCEE Working Paper 20-01. (with Dennis Guignet and Christopher Moore) [paper]
  • Evaluating payments for ecosystem services programs: Serial non-participation, time, and risk. (with Erik Lichtenberg and David Newburn)
  • Modeling multi-scale influences on household lawncare decisions: Formal and informal neighborhood effects on fertilizer use. (with David Newburn, Colin Polsky, Robert Johnston, and Tom Ndebele)
  • Hydro-bio-geo-socio-chemical interactions and the sustainability of residential landscapes. (with Peter Groffman et al.)

Work in Progress:

  • A burning issue: The effects of wildfire smoke exposure on consumer behavior and sales of medical supplies. (with Xianru Han and Wenying Li)
  • The determinants of plant-based meat alternative purchases in the U.S.: A double-hurdle latent class approach. (with Prokash Deb, Wenying Li, and Shuoli Zhao)

Journal Articles:

  • Biffi, S., Traldi, R., Crezee, B., Beckmann, M., Egli, L., Schmidt, D.E., Motzer, N., Okumah, M., Seppelt, R., Slabbert, E.L., Tiedeman, K., Wang, H., Ziv, G., 2021. Aligning agri-environmental subsidies and environmental needs: a comparative analysis between the US and EU. Environmental Research Letters, 16(5): 054067. [paper]
  • Yang, M., Wang, H., Qiu, F., 2020. Neighborhood food environments revisited: When food deserts meet food swamps. The Canadian Geographer, 64(1): 135–154. [paper]
  • Yang, M., Wang, H., Qiu, F., 2019. The built environment of schools: Access to unhealthy food outlets and outdoor recreational facilities. Cities, 87: 229–237. [paper]
  • Wang, H., Qiu, F., 2018. Spatial disparities in neighborhood public tree coverage: Do modes of transportation matter? Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 29: 58–67. [paper]
  • Wang, H., Qiu, F., 2017. Investigating the impact of agricultural land losses on deforestation: Evidence from a peri-urban area in Canada. Ecological Economics, 139: 9–18. [paper]
  • Wang, H., Qiu, F., 2017. Investigation of the dynamics of agricultural land at the urban fringe: A comparison between two peri-urban areas in Canada. The Canadian Geographer, 61(3): 457–470. [paper]
  • Wang, H., Swallow, B.M., 2016. Optimizing the use of financial resources for agricultural land conservation: Spatially-explicit estimation of benefits, budgets, costs and targets. Land Use Policy, 59: 272–283. [paper]
  • Wang, H., Qiu, F., Ruan, X., 2016. Loss or gain: A spatial regression analysis of switching land conversions between agriculture and natural land. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 221: 222–234. [paper]
  • Wang, H., Qiu, F., 2016. Fresh food access revisited. Cities, 51: 64–73. [paper]
  • Wang, H., Tao, L., Qiu, F., Lu, W., 2016. The role of socio-economic status and spatial effects on fresh food access: Two case studies in Canada. Applied Geography, 67: 27–38. [paper]
  • Wang, H., Qiu, F., Swallow, B.M., 2014. Can community gardens and farmers’ markets relieve food desert problems? A study in Edmonton, Canada. Applied Geography, 55: 127–137. [paper]

Book Chapters:

  • Newburn, D., Lynch, L., Wang, H., 2022. Farmland and forest conservation: Evaluation of smart growth policies and tools. G. Knaap et al. (eds.), Handbook on Smart Urban Growth (Elgar Publishing), pp 75-91. [Link]