Kite-Powell, H.L., C. Brehme, S. Kraus, P. McCarron, H. Tetrault, and B. Wikgren. In prep. The spatial and temporal distribution of risk to Right Whales from lobster fishing gear off the coast of Maine.
Rogers, D.R., C. Mazur, A. Cobban, A. Pepe, H.L. Kite-Powell, and V.P. Edgcomb. Submitted. Denitrification and anammox processes in sediments underneath oysters at coastal aquaculture sites, Cape Cod, MA. Marine Ecology Progress Series .
Tlusty, M.F., B. Wikgren, K. Lagueux, H.L. Kite-Powell, D. Jin, P. Hoagland, R.D. Kenney, and S.D. Kraus. 2017. Co-occurrence mapping of disparate data sets to assess potential aquaculture sites in the Gulf of Maine. Reviews in Fisheries Science and Aquaculture, DOI: 10.1080/23308249.2017.1343798
Kite-Powell, H.L. 2017. Economics of multi-use and co-location. In: B. Buck, R. Langan, and B. Costa-Pierce, editors, Aquaculture perspective of multi-use sites in the open ocean. Springer Verlag. http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-51159-7_10
Wikgren, B., H.L. Kite-Powell, and S. Kraus. 2014. Modeling the distribution of the North Atlantic right whale (Eubalaena glacialis) off coastal Maine by areal co-kriging. Endangered Species Research 24:21-31. doi: 10.3354/esr00579
Kite-Powell, H.L., M. Rubino, and B. Morehead. 2013. The future of US seafood supply. Aquaculture Economics and Management 17(3):228-250. DOI:10.1080/13657305.2013.812691
Hoagland, P., H.L. Kite-Powell, D. Jin, and A.R. Solow. 2013. Supply-side approaches to the economic valuation of coastal and marine habitat in the Red Sea. Journal of King Saud University – Science 25:217-228.
Lindell, S.R., S. Miner, C. Goudey, H.L. Kite-Powell, and S. Page. 2012. Acoustic conditioning and ranching of Black Sea Bass Centropristis striata in Massachusetts, USA. In Proceedings of the 39th Scientific Symposium of the UJNR Aquaculture Panel, Kagoshima, Japan Bull. Fisheries Research Agency. No. 35, 103-110.
Jin, D., H.L. Kite-Powell, P. Hoagland, and A.R. Solow. 2012. A bioeconomic analysis of traditional fisheries in the Red Sea off the coast of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Marine Resource Economics 27(2):137-148.
Jin, D., H.L. Kite-Powell, and W. Talley. 2012. U.S. Ship Accident Research. Chapter 4 in W. Talley, ed., Maritime Safety, Security and Piracy.
Cooley, S.R., N. Lucey, H.L. Kite-Powell, and S.C. Doney. 2012. Nutrition and income from molluscs today imply vulnerability to ocean acidification tomorrow. Fish and Fisheries 13(2), 182-215, doi: 10.1111/j.1467-2979.2011.00424.x
Hoagland, P., D. Jin, and H.L. Kite-Powell. 2012. The costs of beach replenishment along the US Atlantic coast. Journal of Coastal Research 28(1A):199-204.
Ralston, E.P., H.L. Kite-Powell, and A. Beet. 2011. An estimate of the cost of acute health effects from marine pathogens and toxins in the United States. Water and Health 9(4):680-694. doi:10.2166/wh.2011.157
Kite-Powell, H.L. 2011. The value of ocean surface wind information for maritime commerce. Marine Technology Society Journal 45(1):75-84.
Cooley, S.R., H.L. Kite-Powell, and S.C. Doney. 2009. Ocean acidification’s potential to alter global marine ecosystem services. Oceanography 22(4):172-181.
Kite-Powell, H.L. 2009. Economic considerations in the design of ocean observing systems. Oceanography 22(2):44-49.
Kite-Powell, H.L. 2009. A global perspective on the economics of ocean acidification. Currents: The Journal of Marine Education 25(1):24-28.
Kite-Powell, H.L., L.E. Fleming, L.C. Backer, E. Faustman, P. Hoagland, A. Tsuchiya, L. Younglove, B.A. Wilcox, and R.J. Gast. 2008. Linking the oceans to public health: current efforts and future directions. Environmental Health 7(Suppl 2):S6. http://www.ehjournal.net/supplements/7/S2
Talley, W.K., D. Jin, and H.L. Kite-Powell. 2008. Determinants of the damage cost and injury severity of ferry vessel accidents. WMU Journal of Maritime Affairs 7(1):175-188.
Kite-Powell, H.L., C.S. Colgan, and R. Weiher. 2008. Estimating the economic benefits of regional ocean observing systems. Coastal Management Journal 36(2):125-145.
Jin, D., H.L. Kite-Powell and P. Hoagland. 2007. Anticipating the growth of an ocean aquaculture industry. Agriculture Economics and Management 11:225-242.
Talley, W.K., D. Jin, and H.L. Kite-Powell. 2006. Determinants of the severity of passenger vessel accidents. Maritime Policy and Management 33(2):173-186.
Jin, D., H.L. Kite-Powell and P. Hoagland. 2005. Risk assessment in open-ocean aquaculture: a firm-level investment-production model. Aquaculture Economics and Management 9(3):369-387.
Talley, W.K., D. Jin, and H.L. Kite-Powell. 2005. Determinants of crew injuries in vessel accidents. Maritime Policy and Management 32(3):263-278.
Talley, W.K., D. Jin, and H.L. Kite-Powell. 2005. Post OPA-90 vessel oil transfer spill prevention: the effectiveness of Coast Guard enforcement. Environmental and Resource Economics 30:93-114.
Talley, W.K., D. Jin, and H.L. Kite-Powell. 2004. Post OPA-90 vessel oil spill differentials: transfers versus vessel accidents. Maritime Policy and Management 31(3):225-240.
Kite-Powell, H.L., C. Colgan, and R. Weiher. 2003. Economics of an integrated ocean observing system. Marine Technology Society Journal 37(3):55-66.
Hoagland, P., D. Jin, and H.L. Kite-Powell. 2003. The optimal allocation of ocean space: aquaculture and wild harvest fisheries. Marine Resource Economics 18:129-147.
Hoagland, P., K.M. Riaf, D. Jin, and H.L. Kite-Powell. 2003. A comparison of access systems for natural resources: drawing lessons for ocean aquaculture in the US Exclusive Economic Zone. In Bridger, C. and B. Costa-Pierce, eds., Open-Ocean Aquaculture: From Research to Reality. Charleston, SC: World Aquaculture Society.
Jin, D., P. Hoagland, and H.L. Kite-Powell. 2003. A Model of the optimal scale of open-ocean aquaculture. In Bridger, C. and B. Costa-Pierce, eds., Open-Ocean Aquaculture: From Research to Reality. Charleston, SC: World Aquaculture Society.
Kite-Powell, H.L., P. Hoagland, D. Jin, and K. Murray. 2003. Economics of open ocean growout of shellfish in New England: sea scallops and blue mussels. Pages 293-306 in Bridger, C. and B. Costa-Pierce, eds., Open-Ocean Aquaculture: From Research to Reality. Charleston, SC: World Aquaculture Society.
Kite-Powell, H.L., P. Hoagland, D. Jin, and K. Murray. 2003. Open ocean growout of finfish in New England: a bioeconomic model. Pages 319-324 in Bridger, C. and B. Costa-Pierce, eds., Open-Ocean Aquaculture: From Research to Reality. Charleston, SC: World Aquaculture Society.
Mmochi, A.J., N. Mozes, H.L. Kite-Powell, A.M. Dubi, H. Gordin, N. Jiddwi, G. Kissil, F. Msuya, and J. Mwangamilo. 2002. Design and preliminary results of integrated mariculture pond system at Makoba, Zanzibar. 25 Anniversary Symposium Proceedings, Institute of Marine Science, Zanzibar, Tanzania.
Jin, D., E. Thunberg, H.L. Kite-Powell and K. Blake. 2002. Total factor productivity change in New England fisheries: 1964-1993. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 44(3):540-56.
Jin, D., H.L. Kite-Powell, E. Thunberg, A. Solow, and W. Talley. 2002. A model of fishing vessel accident probability. Journal of Safety Research 33:497-510.
Kite-Powell, H.L. 2001. Marine policy: shipping and ports. In: J. Steele, S. Thorpe, and K. Turekian, eds., Encyclopedia of Ocean Sciences. London: Academic Press.
Talley W., D. Jin, and H. L. Kite-Powell. 2001. Vessel accident oil spillage: post U.S. OPA-90. Transportation Research Part D: Environment and Transport 6:405-415.
Goudey, C.A., G. Loverich, H.L. Kite-Powell, and B.A. Costa-Pierce. 2001. Mitigating the environmental effects of mariculture through single-point moorings (SPMs) and drifting cages. ICES Journal of Marine Science 58(2):497-503.
Jin, D., H.L. Kite-Powell, and W. Talley. 2001. The safety of commercial fishing: determinants of vessel total losses and injuries. Journal of Safety Research 32:209-228.
Kaplan, I. and H.L. Kite-Powell. 2000. Safety at sea and fisheries management: fishermen’s attitudes and the need for co-management. Marine Policy 24(6):493-498.
Jin, D. and H.L. Kite-Powell. 2000. Historical performance of shipyards in the United States: a dynamic shift-share analysis. International Journal of Maritime Economics 2(3):195-216.
Jin, D. and H.L. Kite-Powell. 2000. Optimal fleet utilization and replacement. Transportation Research - Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review 36:3-20.
Jin, D. and H.L. Kite-Powell. 1999. On the optimal environmental liability limit for marine oil transport. Transportation Research - Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review 35:77-100.
Kite-Powell, H.L., D. Jin, J. Jebsen, V. Papakonstantinou, and N. Patrikalakis. 1999. Investigation of potential risk factors for groundings of commercial vessels in U.S. ports. International Journal of Offshore and Polar Engineering 9(1):16-21.
Kite-Powell, H.L., P. Hoagland, and D. Jin. 1998. Policy, law, and public opposition: the prospects for abyssal ocean waste disposal in the United States. Journal of Marine Systems 14:377-96.
Jin, D. and H.L. Kite-Powell. 1998. Cost assessment for abyssal seafloor waste isolation. Journal of Marine Systems 14:289-303.
Kite-Powell, H.L., D. Jin, and S. Farrow. 1997. Expected safety benefits of electronic charts and integrated navigation systems. Journal of Transport Economics and Policy 31(2):147-62.
Hoagland, P., H.L. Kite-Powell, and M. Schumacher. 1996. What kind of precaution? Regulating marine toxic pollution under the London Convention. International Issues 39(6):25-43.
National Research Council, Committee on Assessment of Technical Issues in the Automated Nautical Charting System (H.L. Kite-Powell, member). 1996. Technical issues in NOAA’s nautical charting program. Washington: National Academy Press.
Jin, D. and H.L. Kite-Powell. 1996. The prospects of deep ocean waste disposal: an economic analysis. Journal of Marine Environmental Engineering 3:31-46.
Jin, D. and H.L. Kite-Powell. 1995. Environmental liability, marine insurance, and an optimal risk sharing strategy for marine oil transport. Marine Resource Economics 10(1):1-19.
Kite-Powell, H.L. and A.G. Gaines. 1995. Provisions and evaluation of the IMO performance standard for Electronic Chart Display and Information Systems. Journal of Maritime Law and Commerce 26(2):197-214.
Kite-Powell, H.L. and A.G. Gaines. 1995. Evaluation of a technological standard for electronic chart systems. Marine Policy 19(3):185-97.
Kite-Powell, H.L. and A.R. Solow. 1994. A Bayesian approach to estimating benefits of improved forecasts. Meteorological Applications 1:351-54.
Kite-Powell, H.L. and D. Jin. 1994. Economics of research vessels and implications for fleet planning. Marine Technology Society Journal 28(4):34-38.
Jin, D., H.L. Kite-Powell, and J. Broadus. 1994. Dynamic economic analysis of marine pollution prevention technologies: an application to double hulls and electronic charts. Environmental and Resource Economics 4:555-80. Reprinted 1995: International Hydrographic Review 72(2):71-96.
Hoagland, P. and H.L. Kite-Powell. 1993. Technology transfer and scientific relevance. Oceanography 6(3):68-77.
Hoagland, P. and H.L. Kite-Powell. 1991. European advanced marine electronic instrumentation: a U.S. perspective. Marine Policy 15(6):431-54.
Broadus, J., P. Hoagland, and H.L. Kite-Powell. 1988. Determining the structure of the United States marine instrumentation industry and its position in the world industry. WHOI Technical Report 88-55.
Kite-Powell, H.L. 1988. A broad-scale profile of the marine advanced technology industry. WHOI Technical Report 88-6.
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