Justin Andrew Johnson
Justin Andrew Johnson
Assistant Professor, Department of Applied Economics, University of Minnesota
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InVEST user’s guide
R Sharp, HT Tallis, T Ricketts, AD Guerry, SA Wood, R Chaplin-Kramer, ...
The Natural Capital Project: Stanford, CA, USA 306, 2014
Greenhouse gas emissions intensity of global croplands
KM Carlson, JS Gerber, ND Mueller, M Herrero, GK MacDonald, ...
Nature Climate Change 7 (1), 63-68, 2017
Distilling the role of ecosystem services in the Sustainable Development Goals
SLR Wood, SK Jones, JA Johnson, KA Brauman, R Chaplin-Kramer, ...
Ecosystem services 29, 70-82, 2018
Social-ecological and technological factors moderate the value of urban nature
BL Keeler, P Hamel, T McPhearson, MH Hamann, ML Donahue, ...
Nature Sustainability 2 (1), 29-38, 2019
Global modeling of nature’s contributions to people
R Chaplin-Kramer, RP Sharp, C Weil, EM Bennett, U Pascual, KK Arkema, ...
Science 366 (6462), 255-258, 2019
Spatial patterns of agricultural expansion determine impacts on biodiversity and carbon storage
R Chaplin-Kramer, RP Sharp, L Mandle, S Sim, J Johnson, I Butnar, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (24), 7402-7407, 2015
Global agriculture and carbon trade-offs
JA Johnson, CF Runge, B Senauer, J Foley, S Polasky
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (34), 12342-12347, 2014
Increasing decision relevance of ecosystem service science
L Mandle, A Shields-Estrada, R Chaplin-Kramer, MGE Mitchell, ...
Nature Sustainability 4 (2), 161-169, 2021
Inclusive wealth as a metric of sustainable development
S Polasky, B Bryant, P Hawthorne, J Johnson, B Keeler, D Pennington
Annual Review of Environment and Resources 40, 445-466, 2015
Beyond the source: the environmental, economic and community benefits of source water protection
R Abell, N Asquith, G Boccaletti, L Bremer, E Chapin, A Erickson-Quiroz, ...
The Nature Conservancy, Arlington, VA, USA, 2017
Expert perspectives on global biodiversity loss and its drivers and impacts on people
F Isbell, P Balvanera, AS Mori, JS He, JM Bullock, GR Regmi, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 21 (2), 94-103, 2023
Mapping global development potential for renewable energy, fossil fuels, mining and agriculture sectors
JR Oakleaf, CM Kennedy, S Baruch-Mordo, JS Gerber, PC West, ...
Scientific data 6 (1), 101, 2019
A protocol for an intercomparison of biodiversity and ecosystem services models using harmonized land-use and climate scenarios
HJ Kim, IMD Rosa, R Alkemade, P Leadley, G Hurtt, A Popp, ...
Geoscientific Model Development 11 (11), 4537-4562, 2018
The Economic Case for Nature: A global Earth-economy model to assess development policy pathways
JA Johnson, G Ruta, U Baldos, R Cervigni, S Chonabayashi, E Corong, ...
World Bank, 2021
Voluntary sustainability standards could significantly reduce detrimental impacts of global agriculture
WK Smith, E Nelson, JA Johnson, S Polasky, JC Milder, JS Gerber, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (6), 2130-2137, 2019
Mapping the planet’s critical natural assets
R Chaplin-Kramer, RA Neugarten, RP Sharp, PM Collins, S Polasky, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 7 (1), 51-61, 2023
Closing yield gap is crucial to avoid potential surge in global carbon emissions
S Suh, JA Johnson, L Tambjerg, S Sim, S Broeckx-Smith, W Reyes, ...
Global environmental change 63, 102100, 2020
InVEST 3.8. 7. User’s Guide
R Sharp, J Douglass, S Wolny, K Arkema, J Bernhardt, W Bierbower, ...
The Natural Capital Project, Standford University, University of Minnesota …, 2020
Mapping Ecosystem Services to Human Well‐being: a toolkit to support integrated landscape management for the SDGs
JA Johnson, SK Jones, SLR Wood, R Chaplin‐Kramer, PL Hawthorne, ...
Ecological Applications 29 (8), e01985, 2019
Lessons learned from development of natural capital accounts in the United States and European Union
KJ Bagstad, JC Ingram, CD Shapiro, A La Notte, J Maes, S Vallecillo, ...
Ecosystem Services 52, 101359, 2021
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