William B. Labiosa, Ph.D.

2006 Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
Environmental Engineering, Operations Research, System Science Engineering
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James O. Leckie grad student 2006 Stanford
 (A probabilistic decision analytical approach for watershed planning: A mercury total maximum daily load case study.)
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Kreitler J, Papenfus M, Byrd K, et al. (2013) Interacting coastal based ecosystem services: recreation and water quality in Puget Sound, WA. Plos One. 8: e56670
Norman LM, Villarreal ML, Niraula R, et al. (2013) Framing scenarios of binational water policy with a tool to visualize, quantify and valuate changes in ecosystem services Water (Switzerland). 5: 852-874
Labiosa WB, Forney WM, Esnard AM, et al. (2013) An integrated multi-criteria scenario evaluation web tool for participatory land-use planning in urbanized areas: The Ecosystem Portfolio Model Environmental Modelling and Software. 41: 210-222
Hogan DM, Labiosa W, Pearlstine L, et al. (2012) Estimating the cumulative ecological effect of local scale landscape changes in south Florida. Environmental Management. 49: 502-15
Guerry AD, Ruckelshaus MH, Arkema KK, et al. (2012) Modeling benefits from nature: Using ecosystem services to inform coastal and marine spatial planning International Journal of Biodiversity Science, Ecosystems Services and Management. 8: 107-121
Villarreal ML, Norman LM, Labiosa WB. (2012) Assessing the vulnerability of human and biological communities to changing ecosystem services using a GIS-based multi-criteria decision support tool Iemss 2012 - Managing Resources of a Limited Planet: Proceedings of the 6th Biennial Meeting of the International Environmental Modelling and Software Society. 427-434
Norman L, Tallent-Halsell N, Labiosa W, et al. (2010) Developing an Ecosystem Services Online Decision Support Tool to Assess the Impacts of Climate Change and Urban Growth in the Santa Cruz Watershed; Where We Live, Work, and Play Sustainability. 2: 2044-2069
Labiosa WB, Bernknopf R, Hearn P, et al. (2009) The South Florida Ecosystem Portfolio Model - A Map-Based Multicriteria Ecological, Economic, and Community Land-Use Planning Tool Scientific Investigations Report
Maier HR, Ascough JC, Wattenbach M, et al. (2008) Chapter Five Uncertainty in Environmental Decision Making: Issues, Challenges and Future Directions Developments in Integrated Environmental Assessment. 3: 69-85
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