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Managing climate risks on the ranch with limited drought information
TR Shrum, WR Travis, TM Williams, E Lih
Climate Risk Management 20, 11-26, 2018
602018
Social‐environmental extremes: Rethinking extraordinary events as outcomes of interacting biophysical and social systems
JK Balch, V Iglesias, AE Braswell, MW Rossi, MB Joseph, AL Mahood, ...
Earth's Future 8 (7), e2019EF001319, 2020
462020
The salience of future impacts and the willingness to pay for climate change mitigation: an experiment in intergenerational framing
TR Shrum
Climatic Change 165 (1), 18, 2021
362021
Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Policy and Economics: A Report Prepared for the Kansas Energy Council
T Shrum
Kansas Energy Council, 2007
302007
Behavioural frameworks to understand public perceptions of and risk response to carbon dioxide removal
TR Shrum, E Markowitz, H Buck, R Gregory, S van der Linden, SZ Attari, ...
Interface Focus 10 (5), 20200002, 2020
272020
Using experimental gaming simulations to elicit risk mitigation behavioral strategies for agricultural disease management
EM Clark, SC Merrill, L Trinity, G Bucini, N Cheney, O Langle-Chimal, ...
PloS one 15 (3), e0228983, 2020
212020
A scoping review of the green parenthood effect on environmental and climate engagement
TR Shrum, NS Platt, E Markowitz, S Syropoulos
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 14 (2), e818, 2023
142023
Assessing strategic, tactical, and operational decision-making and risk in a livestock production chain through experimental simulation platforms
C Koliba, SC Merrill, A Zia, G Bucini, E Clark, TR Shrum, S Wiltshire, ...
Frontiers in Veterinary Science 9, 962788, 2022
122022
Pro-environmental attitudes, altruism, and COVID-19 risk management behavior
TR Shrum, SA Nowak, SC Merrill, JP Hanley, TL Liu, EM Clark, A Zia, ...
Journal of Risk Research 25 (11-12), 1356-1371, 2022
112022
Emulating agricultural disease management: comparing risk preferences between industry professionals and online participants using experimental gaming simulations and paired …
EM Clark, SC Merrill, L Trinity, G Bucini, N Cheney, O Langle-Chimal, ...
Frontiers in veterinary science 7, 556668, 2021
102021
A letter to future generations: Examining the effectiveness of an intergenerational framing intervention
S Syropoulos, EM Markowitz, B Demarest, T Shrum
Journal of Environmental Psychology 90, 102074, 2023
92023
Supply, demand and polarization challenges facing US climate policies
MG Burgess, L Van Boven, G Wagner, G Wong-Parodi, K Baker, ...
Nature Climate Change 14 (2), 134-142, 2024
72024
Message delivery strategy influences willingness to comply with biosecurity
SC Merrill, L Trinity, EM Clark, TR Shrum, CJ Koliba, A Zia, G Bucini, ...
Frontiers in Veterinary Science 8, 667265, 2021
72021
Social-environmental extremes: Rethinking extraordinary events as outcomes of interacting biophysical and social systems, Earth’s Future, 8, e2019EF001319
JK Balch, V Iglesias, AE Braswell, MW Rossi, MB Joseph, AL Mahood, ...
62020
Effects of message delivery on cross-cultural biosecurity compliance: Insights from experimental simulations
TL Liu, SC Merrill, A O'Keefe, EM Clark, OD Langle-Chimal, L Trinity, ...
Frontiers in Veterinary Science 9, 984945, 2022
32022
Comparing behavioral risk assessment strategies for quantifying biosecurity compliance to mitigate animal disease spread
EM Clark, SC Merrill, L Trinity, TL Liu, A O'Keefe, T Shrum, G Bucini, ...
Frontiers in Veterinary Science 9, 962989, 2022
32022
The salience of future climate impacts and the willingness to pay for climate change mitigation
T Shrum
Working Paper. https://scholar. harvard. edu/files/trishashrum/files …, 2017
32017
Experience with extreme weather events increases willingness-to-pay for climate mitigation policy
RK Gould, TR Shrum, DR Harrington, V Iglesias
Global Environmental Change 85, 102795, 2024
22024
Experiments in ranching: Rain‐index insurance and investment in production and drought risk management
TR Shrum, WR Travis
Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy 44 (3), 1513-1533, 2022
22022
Understanding the impact of COVID-19 risk perceptions on mitigation behaviors: a mixed methods approach using survey instruments and serious games
SC Merrill, SA Nowak, TR Shrum, JP Hanley, EM Clark, L Fredrickson, ...
medRxiv, 2022.08. 07.22278512, 2022
22022
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