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Scholarly Works

James Winebrake
Professor

2012 Submissions

Journal Paper

Winebrake, Jamie, et al. "Estimating the Direct Rebound Effect for On-road Freight Transportation." Energy Policy 48. (2012): 252-259. Print. *

Winebrake, James, et al. "Greater Focus Needed on Methane Leakage from Natural Gas Infrastructure." Proceedings from the National Academy of Sciences. (2012): Online. Web. *

2011 Submissions

Journal Paper

Grimes-Casey, Hilary, et al. "Economic and Behavioral Uncertainty Analysis within a Predictive Life Cycle Inventory: An Engine Selection Case Study Estimating Rebound Effects." Journal of Industrial Ecology 15. 5 (2011): 726-742. Print. * «

Meyer, Patrick E., et al. "Total Fuel-Cycle Analysis of Heavy-Duty Vehicles Using Biofuels and Natural-Gas Based Alternative Fuels." Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association 61. (2011): 285-294. Print. *

Published Conference Proceedings

Whitefoot, K., et al. "Product and Policy Life Cycle Inventories with Integrated Design and Demand." Proceedings of the 18th CIRP Conference on Life Cycle Engineering. Ed. Jurgen Hesselbach and Christoph Herrmann. Braunschweig, Germany: Springer, 2011. Print. *

2010 Submissions

Published Article

Corbett, James J., James J. Winebrake, and Erin H. Green. “An Assessment of Technologies for Reducing Short-lived Climate Forcers Emitted by Ships with Implications for Arctic Shipping.” Carbon Management, 1.2 (2010): 207-225. Print. *

Corbett, James J., Daniel A. Lack, James J. Winebrake, Susan Harder, Jordan A. Silberman, and Maya Gold. “Arctic Shipping Emissions Inventories and Future Scenarios.” Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 10.19 (2010): 9689-9704. Web.*

Comer, Bryan, James J. Corbett, J. Scott Hawker, Karl Korfmacher, Earl E. Lee, Chris Prokop, and James J. Winebrake. “Marine Vessels as Substitutes for Heavy-Duty Trucks in Great Lakes Freight Transportation.” Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association, 60.7 (2010): 884-890. Print. † ≠ *

Corbett, James J., and James J. Winebrake. “The Role of International Policy in Mitigating Global Shipping Emissions.” The Brown Journal of World Affairs, 16.2 (2010): 143-154. Web. *

Corbett, James J., James J. Winebrake, and Haifeng Wang. “International Shipping and Greenhouse Gas Emissions: From Assessment to Mitigation.” TR News, 268 (May-June 2010): 40-44. Print. *

Skerlos, Steve, and James J. Winebrake. “Targeting Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle Policies to Increase Social Benefits.” Energy Policy, 38.2 (2010): 705-708. Print. ≠ *

Editor (book or journal)

Winebrake, James J., and James J. Corbett. “Improving the Energy Efficiency and Environmental Performance of Goods Movement.” Climate and Transportation Solutions: Findings from the 2009 Asilomar Conference on Transportation and Energy Policy. CA: Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California-Davis, 2010. Web.

Corbett, James J., and James J. Winebrake. “Freight Transportation and the Environment.” Intermodal Transportation: Moving Freight in a Global Economy. Washington, DC: Eno Transportation Foundation, 2010. n.p. Print.

Corbett, James J., James J. Winebrake, Oyvind Endresen, Magnus Eide, Stig Dalsoren, Ivar S. Isaksen, and Eirik Sorgard. “International Maritime Shipping: The Impact of Globalisation on Activity Levels.” Globalisation, Transport, and Environment. Paris: Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), 2010. 55-80. Print.

Van Dender, Kurt, Philippe Crist, James J. Corbett, and James J. Winebrake. “Policy Instruments to Limit Negative Environmental Impacts: An Economic Perspective.” Globalisation, Transport, and Environment. Paris: Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), 2010. 225-248. Print.

Endresen, Oyvind, Magnus Eide, Stig Dalsoren, Ivar S. Isaksen, Eirik Sorgard, James J. Corbett, and James J. Winebrake. “International Maritime Shipping: Environmental Impacts of Increased Activity Levels.” Globalisation, Transport, and Environment. Paris: Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), 2010. 161-184. Print.