Hou, Lingling, D.L. Hoag, and C.M.H. Keske, 2015, Shadow pricing abatement costs of soil degradation in the Loess Plateau of China. Journal of Environmental Management 149, pp. 1-8.
Pearson, C.H., Larson, S.R., Keske, C.M.H., Jensen, K.B., 2015, Chapter 12, Native Grasses for Biomass Production at High Elevations, In Industrial Crops: Breeding for Bioenergy and Bioproducts (V.M.V. Cruz and D.A. Dierig, Eds.), Handbook of Plant Breeding Series, Vol. 9, Springer, pp. 101-132. ISBN: 978-1-4939-1446-3
Keske, C.M.H., and A. Mayer, 2014, Visitor willingness to pay U.S. Forest Service recreation fees in New West rural mountain economies. Economic Development Quarterly (EDQ), 28(1), pp. 87-100.
Hou, Lingling, D.L. Hoag, C.M.H. Keske, and Changhe Lu, 2014, Sustainable value of degraded soils in China’s Loess Plateau: An updated approach. Ecological Economics 97, pp. 20-27.
Keske, C.M.H., D.L. Hoag, A. Brandess, and J. Johnson, 2013, Is it economically feasible for farmers to grow their own fuel? A study of Camelina sativa produced in the western United States as an on-farm biofuel. Biomass and Bioenergy, 54, pp. 89-99.
Keske, C.M.H., G. Lohman, J. Loomis, 2013, Do respondents report willingness to pay on a per person or per group basis? A mountain recreation example. Tourism Economics, 19(1), pp. 133-146.
Field, J., C.M.H. Keske, G. Lohman Birch, M. DeFoort, M.F. Cotrufo, 2013, Distributed bioenergy and biochar co-production: A regionally-specific case study of environmental benefits and economic impacts. Global Change Biology (GCB) Bioenergy Special Edition on Bioenergy, 5(1), pp. 177-191.
Keske, C.M.H., S. Evans, T. Iverson, 2012, Total cost electricity pricing: A market solution for increasingly rigorous environmental standards. The Electricity Journal, 25(2), pp. 7-15.
Loomis, J.B. and C.M.H. Keske, 2012, Did the great recession reduce visitor spending and willingness to pay for nature-based recreation? Evidence from 2006 and 2009, Contemporary Economic Policy, 30(2), pp. 238-246.
Hoag, D.L.K., C.M.H. Keske and R.L. Goldbach, 2011, Risk individuality in crisis planning: The case of gender in American agriculture. Journal of Risk Planning and Crisis Response, 1(1), pp. 21-28.
Hoag, D.L.K., R. Boone, and C.M.H. Keske, 2011, The cost for agriculture to coexist with wildlife in Colorado, Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 16(5), pp. 319-329.
Keske, C.M.H, 2011, How to value environmental and non-market goods: A guide for legal professionals, Denver Journal of International Law and Policy, 39(3), pp. 423-435.
Cross, J. E., C.M.H. Keske, M.G. Lacy, D.L.K. Hoag, and C.T. Bastian, 2011, Adoption of conservation easements among agricultural landowners in Colorado and Wyoming: The role of economic dependence and sense of place, Landscape and Urban Planning, 101(1), pp. 75-83.
Miller, A., C.T. Bastian, D.M. McLeod, C.M. Keske, and D.L. Hoag, 2011, Factors impacting agricultural landowners’ willingness to enter into conservation easements: A case study, Society and Natural Resources: An International Journal, 24(1), pp. 65-74.
Laitos, J.G. and C.M. Keske, 2010, The right of non-use, Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation (JELL), 25(2), pp. 303-384.
Keske, C.M.H. and L.S. Smutko, 2010, Consulting communities: Using audience response system technology (ARS) to assess community preferences for sustainable recreation and tourism development, Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 18(8), pp. 951-970.
Loomis, J.B. and C.M. Keske, 2009, Mountain substitutability and peak load pricing of high alpine peaks as a management tool to reduce environmental damage: A contingent valuation study, Journal of Environmental Management, 90(5), pp. 1751–1760.
Keske, C.M. and J.B. Loomis, 2008, Regional economic contribution and net economic values of opening access to three Colorado Fourteeners, Tourism Economics, 14(2), pp. 249-262.