Working Papers / In Progress
Building a Climate Vulnerability Index
Mapping Populations Near Facilities Regulated Under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA)
Proville, J., Roberts, K. A., Peltz, A., Watkins, L., Trask, E., & Wiersma, D. (2022). The demographic characteristics of populations living near oil and gas wells in the USA. Population and Environment, 1-14.
Spiller, E., Proville, J., Roy, A., & Muller, N. Z. (2021). Mortality Risk from PM 2.5: A Comparison of Modeling Approaches to Identify Disparities across Racial/Ethnic Groups in Policy Outcomes. Environmental health perspectives, 129(12), 127004.
Baker, J. S., Proville, J., Latané, A., Cajka, J., Aramayo, L. L., & Parkhurst, R. (2020). Additionality and Avoiding Grassland Conversion in the Prairie Pothole Region of the United States. Rangeland Ecology & Management.
Kritee, K., Rudek, J., Proville, J., Adhya, T. K., Loecke, T., Nair, D., … & Hamburg, S. P. (2019). Reply to Wassmann et al.: More data at high sampling intensity from medium-and intense-intermittently flooded rice farms is crucial. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 116(5), 1466-1467.
Kritee, K., Nair, D., Zavala-Araiza, D., Proville, J., Rudek, J., Adhya, T. K., … & Ram, K. (2018). High nitrous oxide fluxes from rice indicate the need to manage water for both long-and short-term climate impacts. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 115(39), 9720-9725.
Proville J, Zavala-Araiza D, Wagner G (2017) Night-time lights: A global, long term look at links to socio-economic trends. PLoS ONE. 12(3): e0174610.
Proville, Jeremy and Parkhurst, Robert and Koller, Steven and Kroopf, Sara and Baker, Justin and Salas, William, Agricultural Offset Potential in the United States: Economic and Geospatial Insights (September 25, 2020). Environmental Defense Fund Economics Discussion Paper Series, EDF EDP 20-01, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3699751 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3699751
K. Kritee, Drishya Nair, Daniel Zavala-Araiza, Malla Reddy, Jeremy Proville and Richie Ahuja (2019) Climate smart farming in India: A pathway to poverty alleviation, food security, and climate adaptation and mitigation. An online report with greenhouse gas flux data from rice and non-rice cropping systems from four agro-ecological regions in India. EDF White Paper.
A. Kolker et al. (2018) The Impacts of the Mississippi River and its Delta on the Oceanography, Ecology and Economy of the Gulf of Mexico Large Marine Ecosystem. Restore the Mississippi River Delta. White Paper.
K. Kritee*, Jeremy Proville*, Daniel Zavala-Araiza, Joseph Rudek, Richie Ahuja, Steven Hamburg, Tapan Adhya, Terrance Loecke and Drishya Nair (2018) Global risk assessment of high nitrous oxide emissions from rice production. EDF White Paper.
EDF and IETA (2016) Doubling Down on Carbon Pricing: Laying the Foundation for Greater Ambition. EDF White Paper.
Baker, J. S., Latane, A., Proville, J., & Cajka, J. (2015). Additionality, GHG Offsets, and Avoiding Grassland Conversion in the Prairie Pothole Region. In 2015 AAEA & WAEA Joint Annual Meeting, July 26-28, San Francisco, California (No. 205802). Agricultural and Applied Economics Association & Western Agricultural Economics Association.
Proville, Jeremy and Ruben N. Lubowski. (2015) Impacts of Carbon-Optimal Cropland Expansion. EDF White Paper.
USDA (2015) Demonstrating GHG Emission Reductions in California and Midsouth Rice Production. Conservation Innovation Grant Report.
Proville, J, Kroopf, S and R. Parkhurst. (2015) Analysis of the Scale-up Potential for Carbon Credits from Changing Rice Cultivation Practices. Conservation Innovation Grant 69-3A75-11-133, Natural Resources Conservation Service, US. Dept. of Agriculture.
Proville, J, Kroopf, S and R. Parkhurst. (2015) Analysis of the Rice Cultivation Protocol Project Feasibility. Conservation Innovation Grant 69-3A75-11-133, Natural Resources Conservation Service, US. Dept. of Agriculture.
Convery, F, Proville, J and Wolfe, D. (2015) Fifteen Insights on the economic analytics of habitat exchange at Fort Hood, Texas. EDF White Paper.
Proville, J. (2015) Habitat Exchanges: Evidence from Applications in the US. EDF White Paper.
Heimlich, R, Proville, J, and S. Brodnax. (2013) The Economics of Crop and Livestock Production in the Lesser Prairie-Chicken Habitat Range. EDF White Paper.
Proville, J (2013) Using Carbon Incentives for Sustainable Agriculture: Economic Analysis. EDF White Paper delivered to Howard G. Buffett Foundation.
Curtis, J, and J. Proville. (2011) Gains from Trade: Water in Californian Agriculture. EDF White Paper.
Proville, J and Roberts, K. Creating Data to Support Communities on the Front Lines of Oil and Gas Production in the US. June 21, 2022. Energy Exchange.
Proville, J and Roberts, K. Creating Data to Support Communities on the Front Lines of Oil and Gas Production in the US. June 21, 2022. Market Forces.
Spiller, B, Proville J, Roy, A. People of color hit hardest by air pollution: EPA needs to consider this in benefit-cost assessments of policies. December 10, 2021. EDF Market Forces.
Proville, J. Barriers to tapping the potential of carbon markets for agriculture. April 29, 2020. Market Forces.
Roy A, Fullmer R, Proville J, and Tee Lewis, G. Amid COVID-19, the Trump administration sets dangerous air pollution standards. What is at stake for Houstonians? May 11, 2020. EDF Health.
Proville, J. How the Suspension of EPA Regulations Fails to Recognize the COVID-19 Crisis and Social Costs. April 29, 2020. Market Forces.
Kritee K, Proville J, Ahuja, R and Rudek, J. Global anthropogenic climate impacts must include nitrous oxide emissions from rice fields. September 10, 2018. Climate 411.
Proville, J. What Night-time Lights Tell us about the World and its Inhabitants. March 27, 2017. Market Forces.
Proville J, and Camuzeaux, J. Alternative numbers: 6 ways Trump’s energy plan doesn’t add up. Energy Post, 2017.
Proville, J. America needs this critical energy data in a ‘post-fact’ world. January 13, 2017. GreenBiz.
Proville, J. Why California’s Droughts are Just Going to Get Worse [Op-Ed]. Live Science, 2015.
Wagner, G, and Proville, J. Reality Check: Society Pays for Carbon Pollution and That’s No Benefit. Huffington Post, 5 Feb 2013.