David Ervin
David Ervin
Professor Emeritus of Environmental Management and Economics, Portland State University
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Factors affecting the use of soil conservation practices: hypotheses, evidence, and policy implications
CA Ervin, DE Ervin
Land economics 58 (3), 277-292, 1982
The impact of genetically engineered crops on farm sustainability in the United States
National Research Council, Division on Earth, Life Studies, ...
National Academies Press, 2010
Motivations and barriers to corporate environmental management
D Ervin, JJ Wu, M Khanna, C Jones, T Wirkkala
Business Strategy and the Environment 22 (6), 390-409, 2013
Valuing ecological systems and services
R Costanza, I Kubiszewski, D Ervin, R Bluffstone, J Boyd, D Brown, ...
F1000 biology reports 3, 2011
The australian square kilometre array pathfinder: System architecture and specifications of the boolardy engineering test array
AW Hotan, JD Bunton, L Harvey-Smith, B Humphreys, BD Jeffs, ...
Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia 31, e041, 2014
Motivations for voluntary environmental management
M Khanna, P Koss, C Jones, D Ervin
Policy Studies Journal 35 (4), 751-772, 2007
Agricultural land markets and soil erosion: policy relevance and conceptual issues
DE Ervin, JW Mill
American journal of agricultural economics 67 (5), 938-942, 1985
Commercial science, scientists’ values, and university biotechnology research agendas
LL Glenna, R Welsh, D Ervin, WB Lacy, D Biscotti
Research Policy 40 (7), 957-968, 2011
Land use control: evaluating economic and political effects.
DE Ervin, JB Fitch, RK Godwin, WB Shepard, HH Stoevener
Soil erosion control on owner-operated and rented cropland
DE Ervin
Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 37 (5), 285-288, 1982
Ecosystem services of streams and rivers
J Alan Yeakley, D Ervin, H Chang, EF Granek, V Dujon, V Shandas, ...
River science: Research and management for the 21st century, 335-352, 2016
Integrating social science into managing herbicide-resistant weeds and associated environmental impacts
D Ervin, R Jussaume
Weed Science 62 (2), 403-414, 2014
Towards an ecological systems approach in public research for environmental regulation of transgenic crops
DE Ervin, R Welsh, SS Batie, CL Carpentier
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 99 (1-3), 1-14, 2003
Community-based approaches to herbicide-resistant weed management: lessons from science and practice
DE Ervin, GB Frisvold
Weed Science 64 (S1), 609-626, 2016
Are biotechnology and sustainable agriculture compatible?
DE Ervin, LL Glenna, RA Jussaume
Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems 25 (2), 143-157, 2010
Toward GATT-proofing environmental programmes for agriculture
DE Ervin
J. World Trade 33, 63, 1999
Transgenic crops and the environment: missing markets and public roles
SS Batie, DE Ervin
Environment and Development Economics 6 (4), 435-457, 2001
Understanding weed resistance as a wicked problem to improve weed management decisions
RA Jussaume, D Ervin
Weed Science 64 (S1), 559-569, 2016
Agriculture, trade and the environment: Anticipating the policy challenges
D Ervin
OECD, 1997
Transdisciplinary weed research: new leverage on challenging weed problems?
N Jordan, M Schut, S Graham, JN Barney, DZ Childs, S Christensen, ...
Weed Research 56 (5), 345-358, 2016
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