1. Jagadish A, Dwivedi P (2018) In the hearth, on the mind: Cultural consensus on fuelwood and cookstoves in the middle Himalayas of India. Energy Research & Social Sciences. 37:44-51.
  2. Shrestha S, Dwivedi P (2017) Projecting land use changes by integrating site suitability analysis with historic land use change dynamics in the context of increasing demand for wood pellets in the Southern United States. Forests. (in press)
  3. Adhikari S, Fik T, Dwivedi P (2017) Proximate causes of land-use and land-cover change in Bannerghatta National Park: A spatial statistical model. Forests. 8(9): 342.
  4. Khanna M, Dwivedi P, Abt R (2017) Is forest bioenergy carbon neutral or worse than coal? Implications of carbon accounting methods. International Review of Environmental and Resource Economics. 10(3-4): 227-268.
  5. Dwivedi P, Johnson E, Greene D, Baker S (2016) Tracking economic and environmental indicators of exported wood pellets to the United Kingdom from the Southern United States: Lessons for policy? BioEnergy Research. 9(3): 907-916.
  6. Susaeta A, Adams D, Carter D, Gonzalez-Benecke C, and Dwivedi P (2016). Technical, allocative, and total profit efficiency of loblolly pine forests under changing climatic conditions. Forest Policy and Economics. 72: 106-114.
  7. Susaeta A, Adam D, Carter D, and Dwivedi P (2016) Climate change and ecosystem services output efficiency in southern natural loblolly pine forests. Environmental Management. 58(3): 417-430.
  8. Ghilardi A, Bailis R, Mas J, Skutsch M, Elvir J, Quevedo A, Masera O, Dwivedi P, Drigo R, Vega E (2016) Spatiotemporal modeling of fuelwood environmental impacts towards improved accounting for non-renewable biomass. Environmental Modelling & Software. 82: 241-254.
  9. Sharma A, Bohn C, Jose S, and Dwivedi P (2016) Even-aged vs. uneven-aged silviculture: Implications for multifunctional management of southern pine ecosystems. Forests. 7(4): 86.
  10. Dwivedi P, Khanna M, Sharma A, Susaeta A (2016) Efficacy of carbon and bioenergy markets in mitigating carbon emissions on reforested lands: a case study from southern United States. Forest Policy and Economics. 67:1-9.
  11. Dwivedi P, Jagadish A, Schelhas J (2016) Perceptions of stakeholder groups about the participation of African American family forest landowners in federal landowner assistance programs. Journal of Forestry. 114(2): 89-96.
  12. Hudiburg T, Wang WW, Khanna M, Long SP, Dwivedi P, Parton WJ, Hartmann M, DeLucia EH (2016) Greenhouse gas implications of a 32 billion gallon bioenergy landscape in the US. Nature Energy.1:15005.
  13. Wang WW, Dwivedi P, Abt R, Khanna M (2015) Carbon savings with transatlantic trade in pellets: accounting for market-driven effects. Environmental Research Letters. 10(11):114019.
  14. Shrestha P, Stainback GA, Dwivedi P (2015) Economic impact of net carbon payments and bioenergy production in fertilized and non-fertilized loblolly plantations. Forests. 6(9): 3045-3059.
  15. Brazee R, Dwivedi P (2015) Optimal forest rotation with multiple product classes. Forest Science. 61(3): 458-465.
  16. Dwivedi P, Wang WW, Hudiburg T, Jaiswal D, Long S, DeLucia E, Khanna M (2015) Cost of abating greenhouse gas emissions with cellulosic ethanol. Environmental Science & Technology. 49(4): 2512-2522.
  17. Shrestha P, Stainback A, Dwivedi P, Lhotka JM (2015) Economic and life-cycle analyses of forest carbon sequestration and wood-based bioenergy production in central hardwood region. Journal of Sustainable Forestry. 34: 214-232.
  18. Dwivedi P, Khanna M (2015) Abatement cost of wood-based energy products at the production level on afforested and reforested lands. Global Change Biology Bioenergy. 7: 945-957.
  19. Dwivedi P, Khanna M (2014) Wood-based bioenergy products – land or energy efficient? Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 44: 1187-1195.
  20. Dwivedi P, Khanna M (2014) Abatement cost of GHG emissions for wood-based electricity and ethanol at production and consumption levels. PLoS One. 9(6):e100030 (14 pp).
  21. Dwivedi P, Khanna M, Bailis R, Ghilardi A (2014) Potential greenhouse gas benefits of transatlantic wood pellet trade. Environmental Research Letters. 9(2): 024007 (11 pp).
  22. Dwivedi P, Bailis R, Khanna M (2014) Is use of pulpwood and logging residues instead of only logging residues for bioenergy development a viable carbon mitigation strategy? BioEnergy Research. 7(1): 217-231.
  23. Ramirez S, Dwivedi P, Ghilardi A, Bailis R (2014) Diffusion of non-traditional cookstoves across western Honduras: A social network analysis. Energy Policy. 66: 379-389.
  24. Darshini D, Dwivedi P, Glenk K (2013) Capturing stakeholders’ views on oil palm-based biofuel and biomass utilization in Malaysia. Energy Policy. 62:1128-1137.
  25. Carton J, Stainback GA, Dwivedi P, Lhotka JM (2013) Bioenergy development in the Kentucky: A SWOT- ANP analysis. Forest Policy and Economics. 28: 38-43.
  26. Bailis R, Rujanavech C, Dwivedi P, Vilela A de O, Chang H, Miranda R C de (2013) Innovation in charcoal production: A comparative life-cycle assessment of two kiln technologies in Brazil. Energy for Sustainable Development. 17(2): 189-200.
  27. Kukrety S, Dwivedi P, Jose S, Alavalapati JRR (2013) Stakeholders’ perceptions on developing sustainable red sanders (Pterocarpus santalinus) wood trade in Andhra Pradesh, India. Forest Policy and Economics. 26: 43-53.
  28. Ramirez S, Dwivedi P, Bailis R, Ghilardi A (2012) Perceptions of stakeholders about nontraditional cookstoves in Honduras. Environmental Research Letters. 7(4): 044036 (10pp).
  29. Mobarak M, Dwivedi P, Bailis R, Hildemann L, Miller G (2012) Low demand for nontraditional cookstove technologies. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 109(27):10815-10820.
  30. Dwivedi P, Spreen T, Goodrich R (2012) Global warming impact of Florida’s Not-From-Concentrate (NFC) orange juice. Agricultural Systems. 108: 104-111.
  31. Dwivedi P, Bailis R, Stainback GA, Carter DR (2012) Impact of payments for carbon sequestered in wood products and avoided carbon emissions on the profitability of NIPF landowners in the US South. Ecological Economics. 78: 63-69.
  32. Dwivedi P, Bailis R, Alavalapati JRR, Nesbit TS (2012) Global warming impact of E85 fuel derived from forest biomass: A case study from southern USA. Bioenergy Research. 5(2):470-480.
  33. Lal P, Alavalapati JRR, Marinescu M, Matta JR, Dwivedi P, Susaeta A (2011) Developing sustainability indicators for woody biomass harvesting in the United States. Journal of Sustainable Forestry. 30(8):736-755.
  34. Marinescu M, Dwivedi P, Bush T (2011) Evaluating potential of understory forest biomass for bioenergy development in the southern United States. Forest Science and Practice. 13(4): 303-310.
  35. Nesbit TS, Alavalapati JRR, Dwivedi P, Marinescu M (2011) Economics of ethanol production from slash pine (Pinus elliottii) plantations in the southern United States. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry. 35(2): 61-66.
  36. Thuy NN, Dwivedi P, Rossi F, Alavalapati JRR, Thapa B (2011) Role of social capital in determining conservation attitude: A case study from Cat Tien National Park, Vietnam. International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology. 18(2):143-153.
  37. Dwivedi P, Bailis R, Carter D, Sharma A (2011) A landscape-based approach for assessing spatiotemporal impacts of forest biomass-based electricity generation on the age structure of surrounding forest plantations in the southern United States. Global Change Biology Bioenergy. 4(3):342-357.
  38. Stainback GA, Masozera M, Mukuralinda A, Dwivedi P (2011) Smallholder agroforestry adoption in Rwanda: A SWOT-AHP analysis. Small-Scale Forestry. 11(3): 285-300.
  39. Dwivedi P, Bailis R, Bush T, Marinescu M (2011) Quantifying GWI of wood pellet production in the southern United States and its subsequent utilization for electricity production in the Netherlands and Florida. Bioenergy Research. 4(3): 180-192.
  40. Dwivedi P, Alavalapati JRR, Lal P (2009) Cellulosic ethanol production in the United States: Existing technologies, adoption status, economics, and emerging developments. Energy for Sustainable Development. 13(3): 174-182.
  41. Dwivedi P, Alavalapati JRR, Susaeta A, Stainback A (2009) Impact of carbon value on the profitability of slash pine plantations in the southern United States: An integrated life cycle and Faustmann analysis. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 39(5):990-1000.
  42. Dwivedi P, Alavalapati JRR (2009) Stakeholders’ perceptions on forest biomass-based bioenergy development in the southern U.S. Energy Policy. 37(5):1999-2007.
  43. Dwivedi P, Alavalapati JRR (2009) Economic feasibility of electricity production from energy plantations present on community-managed forestlands in Madhya Pradesh, India. Energy Policy. 37(1): 352-360.
  44. Dwivedi P, Rathore CS, Dubey Y (2009) Ecological benefits of urban forestry: The case of Kerwa Forest Area (KFA), Bhopal, India. Applied Geography. 29(2):194-200.
  45. Dwivedi P, Kushwaha SPS, Nandy S, Rathore CS (2006) Site suitability analysis for khair (Acacia catechu) in part of doon valley using geoinformatics. Journal of Indian Society of Remote Sensing. 34(2):187-191.
  46. Dwivedi P, Rathore CS (2005) Plantations for prosperity: Issues and opportunities in Doon valley. Wasteland News. 20(4):23-25.