Feng, X., Merow, C., Liu, Z., Park, D.S., Roehrdanz, P.R., Maitner, B., Newman, E.A., Boyle, B.L., Lien, A., Burger, J.R. and Pires, M.M., Brando, P.M., Bush, M.B., McMichael, C.N.H., Neves, D.M., Nikolopoulos, E.I., Saleska, S.R., Hannah, L., Breshears, D.D., Evans, T.P., Soto, J.R., Ernst,
K.C., Enquist, B.J., 2021. How deregulation, drought and increasing fire impact Amazonian biodiversity. Nature, pp.1-6.

Alvarez, S., Soto, J.R., Escobedo, F.J., Lai, J., Kibria, A.S. and Adams, D.C., 2021. Heterogeneous preferences and economic values for urban forest structural and functional attributes. Landscape and Urban Planning, 215, p.104234.

Kreye, M.M., Adams, D.C., Soto, J.R., Tanner, S. and Rimsaite, R., 2021. Economic and ethical motivations for forest restoration and incentive payments. Society & Natural Resources, 34(8), pp.1093-1110.

Oluoch, S., Lal, P., Wolde, B., Susaeta, A., Soto, J.R., Smith, M. and Adams, D.C., 2021. Public Preferences for Longleaf Pine Restoration Programs in the Southeastern United States. Forest Science, 67(3), pp.265-274.

Tanner, S.J., Escobedo, F.J., Soto, J.R., 2021. Recognizing the insurance value of resilience: Evidence from a forest restoration policy in the southeastern U.S. J. Environ. Manage. 289, 112442.


Adams, D.C., Soto, J.R., Lai, J., Escobedo, F.J., Alvarez, S., Kibria, A.S.M.G., 2020. Public peferences and willingness to pay for invasive forest pest prevention programs in urban areas. Forests 11, 1056.

Núñez-Regueiro, M.M., Branch, L.C., Derlindati, E., Gasparri, I., Marinaro, S., Nanni, S., Núñez Godoy, C., Piquer-Rodríguez, M., Soto, J.R., Tálamo, A., 2020. Open Standards for conservation as a tool for linking research and conservation agendas in complex socio-ecological systems. Curr. Opin. Environ. Sustain.


Núñez-Regueiro, M.M., Hiller, J., Branch, L.C., Núñez Godoy, C., Siddiqui, S., Volante, J., Soto, J.R., 2020. Policy lessons from spatiotemporal enrollment patterns of payment for ecosystem service programs in Argentina. Land use policy 95, 104596.

Orizaga, S., Riahi, D.N., Soto, J.R., 2020. Drug delivery in catheterized arterial blood flow with atherosclerosis. Results Appl. Math. 7, 100117.

Zea-Camaño, J.D., Soto, J.R., Arce, J.E., Pelissari, A.L., Behling, A., Orso, G.A., Guachambala, M.S., Eisfeld, R. de L., 2020. Improving the modeling of the height–diameter relationship of tree species with high growth variability: robust regression analysis of Ochroma pyramidale (Balsa-Tree). Forests 11, 313.


Adams, D.C., Susaeta, A., Soto, J.R., Rossi, F., de Grammont, P.C., Messina, W.A., Koch, F.H., Gomez, D. and Hulcr, J., 2019. A bioeconomic model for estimating potential economic damages from a hypothetical Asian beetle introduced via future trade with Cuba. Journal of Bioeconomics, pp.1-26.

Pienaar, E.F., Soto, J.R., Lai, J., and Adams, D.C., 2019. Would county residents vote for an increase in their taxes to conserve native habitat and ecosystem services? Funding conservation in Palm Beach County, Florida. Ecological Economics, 159 (2019): 24-34.


Rubino, E.C., Pienaar, E.F. and Soto, J.R., 2018. Structuring legal trade in Rhino Horn to incentivize the participation of South African private landowners. Ecological Economics, 154, pp.306-316.


White, A.E., Lutz, D.A., Howarth, R.B., and Soto, J.R., 2018. Small-scale forestry and carbon offset markets: An empirical study of Vermont current use forest landowner willingness to accept carbon credit programs. PloS one, 13(8),


Soto, J.R., Escobedo, F.J., Khachatryan, H. and Adams, D.C., 2018. Consumer demand for urban forest ecosystem services and disservices: examining trade-offs using choice experiments and best-worst scaling. Ecosystem Services, 29, pp.31-39.


Dawes, L.C., Adams, A.E., Escobedo, F.J. and Soto, J.R., 2018. Socioeconomic and ecological perceptions and barriers to urban tree distribution and reforestation programs. Urban Ecosystems, 21(4), pp.657-671.


Kreye, M.M., E.F. Pienaar, Soto, J.R., and Adams, D.C., 2017. Creating voluntary payment programs: Effective program design and ranchers’ willingness to conserve Florida panther habitat. Land Economics, 93(3): pp. 459-480.


Susaeta, A., Adams, D.C., Soto, J.R., and Hulcr, J. 2017. Expected timber-based economic impacts of a wood-boring beetle (Acanthotomicus sp.) that kills American Sweetgum. Journal of Economic Entomology, 110 (4), pp.1942 -1945.


Susaeta, A., Adams, D. C., Gonzalez-Benecke, C., and Soto, J. R., 2017. Economic feasibility of managing Loblolly Pine forests for water production under climate change in the Southeastern United States. Forests, 8(3), p.83.


Kreye, M.M., Adams, D.C., Escobedo, F.J., and Soto, J.R., 2016. Does policy process influence public values for forest-water resource protection in Florida? Ecological Economics, 129, pp.122-131.


Soto, J.R., Escobedo, F.J., Adams, D.C., and Blanco, G., 2016. A distributional analysis of the socioecological determinants of forest carbon stocks. Environmental Science and Policy, 60, pp.28-37.

Susaeta, A., Soto, J.R., Adams, D.C., and Allen, D., 2016. Economic sustainability of payments for water yield in Slash Pine plantations in Florida. Water, 8(9), p.382.


Susaeta, A., Soto, J.R., Adams, D.C., Carter, D.R., and Hulcr, J., 2016. Pre-invasion economic assessment of invasive species prevention: A putative Ambrosia Beetle in Southeastern Loblolly Pine Forests. Journal of Environmental Management, 183, pp.875-881.


Soto, J.R., Adams, D.C., and Escobedo, F.J., 2016. Landowner attitudes and willingness to accept compensation from forest carbon offsets: Application of Best-Worst Choice modeling in Florida USA. Forest Policy and Economics, 63, pp.35-42.