The effect of geographic proximity to unconventional oil and gas development on public support for hydraulic fracturing

Boudet, H. S., C. Zanocco, C. E. Clarke and P. Howe (2018). The effect of geographic proximity to unconventional oil and gas development on public support for hydraulic fracturing. Risk Analysis 149(3-4): 349-365.

Public preferences in a shifting energy future: Comparing public views of eight energy sources in North America’s Pacific Northwest

Hazboun, S. and H. S. Boudet (2020). Public preferences in a shifting energy future: Comparing public views of eight energy sources in North America’s Pacific Northwest. Energies 13(8): 1940.

How geographic distance and political ideology interact to influence public perception of unconventional oil/natural gas development

Clarke, C. E., D. Bugden, P. S. Hart, R. C. Stedman, J. B. Jacquet, D. T. N. Evensen and H. S. Boudet (2016). How geographic distance and political ideology interact to influence public perception of unconventional oil/natural gas development. Energy Policy 97: 301-309.

Opposition “overblown”? Community response to wind energy siting in the Western United States

Giordono, L. S., H. S. Boudet, A. Karmazina, C. L. Taylor and B. Steel (2018). Opposition “overblown”? Community response to wind energy siting in the Western United States. Energy Research & Social Science 43: 119-131.

The effect of industry activity on public support for “fracking”

Boudet, H. S., D. Bugden, C. Zanocco and E. Maibach (2016). The effect of industry activity on public support for “fracking”. Environmental Politics 25(4): 593-612.

Strategic environmental assessment and public participation in infrastructure siting: Klickitat County, Washington’s wind energy overlay zone

Boudet, H. S. and J. Grandolfo (2016). Strategic environmental assessment and public participation in infrastructure siting: Klickitat County, Washington’s wind energy overlay zone. The Governance of Infrastructure. Ed. K. Wegrich, G. Kostka and G. Hammerschmid. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Using Structural Topic Modeling to Explore the Role of Framing in Shaping the Debate on Liquefied Natural Gas Terminals in Oregon

Stelmach, G. and H. S. Boudet (2021). Using Structural Topic Modeling to Explore the Role of Framing in Shaping the Debate on Liquefied Natural Gas Terminals in Oregon. American Behavioral Scientist, DOI: 10.1177/00027642211056268.

Public opinion on energy development: The interplay of issue framing, top-of-mind associations, and political ideology

Clarke, C. E., P. S. Hart, J. P. Schuldt, D. T. N. Evensen, H. S. Boudet, J. B. Jacquet and R. C. Stedman (2015). Public opinion on energy development: The interplay of issue framing, top-of-mind associations, and political ideology. Energy Policy 81: 131-140.

West Coast Perceptions of Wave Energy : A Survey of California, Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia Residents

Boudet, H. S., D. Brandt, G. Stelmach and S. Hazboun (2020). West Coast Perceptions of Wave Energy. Pacific Marine Energy Center.