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Linda J  Cox

Name :

Linda J Cox

Title :

Community Economic Development Specialist

Unit :

Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management

Address :

1910 East-West Road
                    Honolulu, HI 96822

Room :

Sherman Lab 233C

Phone :

(808)956-7602

Fax :

(808)956-6539

E-mail :

lcox@hawaii.edu

Website :

http://www.ctahr.hawaii.edu/CoxL

Specialties :

Develop curriculum and provide formal and informal education; conduct and deliver applied research to the community. Subjects are sustainable development, entrepreneurship, natural resource management, business management, and human resource development, including strategic planning, leadership, capacity building and personal financial management. Accomplishments include: ●Authored or co-authored, produced, and edited more than 235 journal articles, books, book chapters, workbooks, fact sheets, newsletters, posters, and other publications, as well as videos. Co-developed AgCamp-Strival Training that was accepted into the Governor's Turn-of-the-Year Innovations Conference, 1994. Co-author of 1991 article selected for reprint in “The Classics Collection” in Journal of Tourism Studies, 2003. Collaborated with Hawaii Ecotourism Assocation (HEA) on Ke Ala Moa‘e -The Tradewind Trail ecotourism project that was awarded a Keep It Hawaii certificate of merit, 2004. Awarded second place for “Excellence in Economic Development Research” by the University Economic Development Association’s Annual Summit as a multi-state team member of the Community Business Matching Program, an integrated research and extension effort, 2008 and first place, 2010. Member of extension teams selected as Hawaii finalist or Nevada finalist for the Western Extension Directors’ Award, 2009 (NV), 2010 (NV), 2011 (HI). Co-author of article awarded outstanding paper in Invasive Plant Science and Management by the Weed Science Society of America, 2015. ●Organized or co-organized, and/or spoke at more than 210 conferences, short courses, workshops, meetings, and seminars on a variety of community economic development issues in locations across Hawaii; clients include government agencies, businesses, community associations and non-profit organizations. Awarded the Hung Wo and Elizabeth Lau Ching Foundation Award for Faculty Service to the Community from UHM, 2007. ●Taught undergraduate and graduate courses. Advised and mentored undergraduate and graduate students. Awarded the Ka Pouhana (Mentoring) Award from CTAHR, 2000 and the Mentor of the Year from NREM Graduate Student Organization, 2014. Certified Mini-Society Trainer, an experienced-based system to teach 8-12 year-olds about entrepreneurship. Nominated for Excellence in Teaching award, 1989, 1991, 1992, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015. ●Secured almost $4.2 million in grants as principal investigator, co-principal investigator, or collaborator on a variety of extension and research projects. ●Provided professional assistance to government agencies, professional associations, community groups, businesses, non-profit organizations and university faculty in Hawaii, throughout the rest of the nation and in countries around the world. Served on the Hawaii Rural Development Council. Elected to serve two terms on the UHM Faculty Senate Executive Committee,1994-96, 2006-08 and selected to serve as Chair of the UHM General Education Committee, 2004-2005. Selected for the Fulbright Senior Specialists Roster, 2002. Selected for the Western Extension Leadership Development Program, 2009. Included in Marquis Who’s Who in America, 2009. Worked as Special advisor to the HEA since 2000 to develop the its third party Sustainable Tourism Certification Program, one of only two such state programs in the US, and obtained $100,000 in funding for HEA to support the effort. ●Undergraduate Program Chair, 2010-2011 Developed a student handbook, orientation program and increased enrollment by 29%. ●Interim Associate Dean and Director of Extension, 2009-2010 Administered the Hawaii Cooperative Extension Service with faculty statewide at the community level in four different counties and six academic departments. Awarded the Alvin T. and Charlotte C. Nakamura 'Hoku' Leadership Award in 2011 Fulbright Visiting Scholar, 2005 National School of Agriculture, Meknes Morocco Determined the feasibility of promotional programs for Moroccan agricultural products and examined possibilities for generic publicity of Moroccan agricultural commodities. Worked with Dr. Ali Abidar at the National School of Agriculture. ●Agribusiness Development Specialist, 2000 Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service and the Rural Business Cooperative Service, United States Department of Agriculture Member of 4-person team working on a project funded by U.S. Agency for International Development in cooperation with South Africa’s National Department of Agriculture and AFRICARE. Developed a “train the trainer” curricula for extension educators and piloted the curricula in the rural areas of Msinga and Nebo, South Africa. Highest ranking candidate for the team from a nationwide pool of 64 applicants. ●Department Chair, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 1997 – 1998 Administered a unit with research, extension and instructional programs, including a graduate program, an undergraduate program and three large UHM service courses. Managed 14 faculty in five locations and an office staff of four. Significantly upgraded departmental infrastructure and produced the first departmental accomplishment report. ●Graduate Program Chair, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 1996 – 1999 Administered graduate program, including departmental research assistants and teaching assistants. Streamlined the program in response to a decline in resources. Received unanimous rankings of “highest satisfaction” from students in response to a 1999 program evaluation assessing my performance as Graduate Chair. Received the Ka Pouhana (Mentoring) Award from CTAHR as a result of nomination by NREM Graduate Student Organization, 2000.


Professional Prep/Appointments :


Ph.D., Agricultural Economics, Texas A&M University, 1982

M.S., Economics, Montana State University, 1978

B.S., Magna Cum Laude, Business, Montana State University, 1976

Courses Taught:


NREM 203      Introduction to Quantitative methods for Management, Life Science and Human Resources

NREM 220      Introductory Agricultural and Resource Economics

NREM 358     Basic Environmental Benefit Cost Analysis (on-line)

NREM 420     Community and Natural Resource Management


NREM 658     Advanced Environmental Benefit Cost Analysis (on-line)


                    

Research Interests :


Publications :


Refereed Journal Articles

Wald, Dara M., Cheryl Lohr, Christopher A. Lepczyk, Susan K. Jacobson, and Linda J. Cox. 2016.  A comparison of cat-related risk perceptions and tolerance for outdoors cats in Florida and Hawaii. Conservation Biology 30(6):1233-1244.

Wang, Keqiang, Hongmei Liu, Wuyang Hu and Linda  J. Cox. 2016.Using online self-assessment tool to improve conjoint analysis: Application in choices of wildlife excursions.” Internet Research, 26 (3): 644 – 660.

Penn, Jerrod, Wuyang Hu, Linda J. Cox and Lara Kozloff. 2016. Values for Recreational Beach Quality in Oahu, Hawaii. Marine Resource Economics, 31(1):47-62.

Bremer, L. L., J.M.S. Delevaux, J.J.K. Leary, L.J. Cox, K.L.L. Oleson. 2015. “Opportunities and strategies to incorporate ecosystem services knowledge and decision support tools into planning and decision making in Hawaiʻi.” Environmental Management 55(4): 884-889.

Henly-Shepard, Sarah, Steven A. Gray, and Linda J. Cox. 2015. “The use of participatory modeling to promote social learning and facilitate community disaster planning.” Environmental Science & Policy, 45:109-122.

Ricordi, Alberto Henrique, Andrew J. Kaufman, Linda J. Cox, Richard Criley and Kheng Tuan Cheah. 2014. “Going Native: Opportunities, and Barriers for using Native Plant Material by Landscape Architects.” Landscape Journal, 3392):127-139. 

Henly-Shepard, Sarah, Cheryl Anderson, Kimberly Burnett, Linda J. CoxJohn N. Kittinger,  and Maka‘ala Ka‘aumoana.. 2014. “Quantifying household social resilience: a place-based approach in a rapidly transforming community.” Natural Hazards, 72.

Penn, Jerrod, Wuyang Hu, Linda J. Cox and Lara Kozloff. 2014. “Resident and tourist preference for stormwater management strategies in Oahu, Hawaii” Ocean & Coastal Management, 98:79-85

Lohr, Cheryl, Christopher Lepczyk and Linda J. Cox. 2014. “Identifying People’s Most Preferred Management Technique for Feral Casts Hawaii.” Human-Wildlife Interactions, 8.

 Leary, James, Brooke Mahnken, Linda J. Cox, Adam Radford, John Yanagida, Teya Penniman, David Duffy and Jeremy Gooding. 2014. “Reducing Nascent Miconia (Miconia calvescens DC) Patches through Accelerated  Interventions Utilizing Herbicide Ballistic Technology (HBT).” Invasive Plant Science and Management 7:164-175Honored in 2015 as outstanding paper in Invasive Plant Science and Management by the Weed Science Society of American. 

Alexander, Bob, Linda J. Cox, and Junko Mochizuki. 2013. “Integrated Risk identification Analysis Methodology and Example.” International Journal of Disaster Risk Science, 4(2):77-88

Leary, James J.K., Jeremy Gooding, John Chapman, Adam Radford, Brooke Mahnken, and Linda J. Cox. 2013. “Calibration of an Herbicide Ballistic Technology (HBT) Helicopter Platform Targeting Miconia calvescens DC in Hawaii.” Invasive Plant Science and Management, 6(2):292-303.

Gray, S., L. Cox, and S. Henly-Shepard. 2013. “Mental modeler: A fuzzy-logic cognitive mapping modeling tool for adaptive environmental management.” Proceedings of the 46th International Conference on Complex Systems. 963-973.

Lohr, Cheryl, Linda J. Cox and Christopher A. Lepczyk. 2012. “The costs and benefits of trap-neuter-release and euthanasia removal urban cat programs: The case of O‘ahu, Hawai‘i”, Conservation Biology, 27:64–73.

Carrier, Shawn D., Gregory L Bruland, Linda J. Cox and Christopher A. Lepczyk. 2012 “The Perceptions of Coastal Resource Managers in Hawai'i:  The Current Situation and Outlook for the Future.” Ocean & Coastal Management, 69:291-298.

Lohr, Cheryl, Linda J. Cox and Christopher Lepczyk. 2012  “Patterns of hypothetical wildlife management priorities as generated by consensus convergence models with ordinal ranked data.” Journal of Environmental Management, 113:237-243.

Hu, W., K. Z. Chen and L. J. Cox. 2012. “Exploring Niche Market for Value Added Foods: Marketing of Hawaiian Food Products.” International Journal of Consumer Studies, Forthcoming.

Hu, W., T. A. Woods, S. Bastin, L. J. Cox and W. You. 2011. “Assessing Consumers’ Willingness to Pay for Value-Added Blueberry Products Using a Payment Card Survey.” Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 43(2): 243-258. 

Hu, W., T. A. Woods, S. Bastin and L. J. Cox. 2011. “Analyzing the Demand for New Value-Added Product: Case of Pure Blueberry Sweetener.” Journal of International Food and Agribusiness Marketing 23(1): 56-72.

Hu, Wuyang, Alison Davis, Linda J. Cox and John K. Schieffer. 2010. “An Ex Post Analysis as a Follow-up to Stated Preferences for Management Strategies in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert.” Annals of Leisure Research 13(4):630-651.

Hetrick, Willow, Linda J. Cox, Shannon Atkinson, and Spencer Malecha. 2010. “Survival of red king crab (Paralithodes camtschaticus) juveniles in natural and artificial substrates.” Journal of Life Sciences 4(3):1-8.

Cusick, John, Bixler McClure, and Linda J. Cox. 2010. “Representations of ecotourism in the Hawaiian Islands: A content analysis of local media.” Journal of Ecotourism 9(1):21-35.

Hu, Wuyang, Katya Boehle, Linda J. Cox and Minling Pan. 2009. “Economic Values in Choice of Dolphin Excursions in Hawaii: A Stated Choice Analysis.” Marine Resource Economics 24(1):61-76.

Hu, Wuyang and Linda J. Cox. 2009. “Consumers’ Stated Choices versus Purchasing Desires: The Case of Hawaii Food Baskets.” Agricultural Economics Review, 10(2):5-17.

Hu, Wuyang and Linda J. Cox. “Niche Marketing and Consumers’ Willingness to Pay for Hawaii Food Products.” Accepted for publication in the Journal of Food Distribution Research.

Hu, Wuyang, Linda J. Cox , Joan Wright and Thomas R. Harris. 2008. "Understanding Firms' Location Decisions Using Self-reported Factor Importance Ratings." The Review of Regional Studies 38:67-88.

Kaufman, A., Adams, R., Cox, L. J. (In Press). A Tropical Paradise: Native Hawaiians and Visitors to Hawaii Landscape Perception of Aesthetic Qualities of the Urban Forest and Natural Landscapes of Hawaii   In: C. A. Shoemaker, (Editor), Horticultural Practices and Therapy for Human Well-being.  Acta Horticulturae xxx International Society for Horticultural Science.

Hu, Wuyang, Linda J. Cox and Quincy A. Edwards. 2007. “The Market Potential for Gift Baskets of Hawaiian Food Products in China.” Agribusiness: An International Journal, 23(4): 553-565.

Cox, Linda J. and Morton Fox.  2003.  "Agriculturally Based Leisure Attractions."  Journal of Tourism Studies, 14(1):49-58. Article selected for reprint in “The Classic Collection” based on the frequency with which libraries, scholars and students have requested permission for reprints, access to copyright and particularly the capacity to reproduce parts of the work in their own publications. The editor concludes, “The appeal of this article has largely come from interested scholars, analysts and policy personnel in the Asia-Pacific region.”

Gopalakrishnan, C. and Linda J. Cox. 2003. “Water Consumption by the Visitor Industry: The Case of Hawaii.” International Journal of Water Resource Development, 19(1): 29-35.

Cox, Linda J. and Gary Vieth. 2003.Hotel Investment in Open Area.” Annals of Tourism, 30(2): 342-352.

Foy, Jeanmarie, Linda J. Cox and Gary Vieth. 2002. “The Use of Landscapes to Screen Buildings: Preferences of Hawaii Visitors.” Journal for Hawaiian and Pacific Agriculture, 12:47-55.

Vieth, Gary R., Herath Gunatilake, and Linda J. Cox.  2001.  “Economics of Soil Conservation: The Upper Mahaweli Watershed of Sri Lanka.”  Journal of Agricultural Economics, 52(1):139-152.

Vieth, Gary R., Linda J. Cox, Margaret Josephson, and James R. Hollyer.  2000.  “Managing Hawaii’s Forests: A Conjoint Analysis of Lei Plant Materials Sources.”  Journal of Environmental Practice, 2(3):237-246.

Vieth, Gary, Linda J. Cox and Carol A. Ferguson. 1997. "Agricultural Nonmarket Benefits in Land Use Policy: A Case Study of Hawaii."  Journal for Hawaiian and Pacific Agriculture, 8:71-79.

Cox, Linda J., Julie Leones and James R. Hollyer.  1995.  "Economic Linkages Between the US Greenhouse & Nursery Products Industry and Landscape Services."  Journal of Environmental Horticulture, 13(1):1-3.

Cox, Linda J., Morton Fox and Richard Bowen.  1995.  "Does Tourism Destroy Agriculture?"  Annals of Tourism, 22(1):210-213.

 Cox, Linda J. and Charmaine Marie Gallagher.  1994.  "Conjoint Valuation of Product Attributes: An Experiment with Tridacnid Clams in the Hawaii Aquarium Market."  Journal of Applied Aquaculture, 4(4):1-16.

Cox, Linda J., James R. Hollyer and Julie Leones.  1994.  "Landscape Services: An Urban Agricultural Sector."  Agribusiness: An International Journal, 10(1):13-26.

Gopalakrishnan, Chennat, Kiran S. Gadepalli, Linda J. Cox and PingSun Leung.  1993.  "The Economics of Biomass Energy: A Case Study from Hawaii."  Bioresource Technology, 45:137-143. 

Bowen, Richard, Linda J. Cox and Morton Fox.  1991.  "The Interface Between Tourism and Agriculture."  Journal of Tourism Studies, 2(2):43-54.

Cox, Linda J. and Morton Fox.  1991.  "Agriculturally Based Leisure Attractions."  Journal of Tourism Studies, 2(2):18-27.

Cox, Linda J., B. Starr McMullen, and Peter V. Garrod. 1990. "The Use of Grades and Housebrand Labels in the Retail Beef Market: An Analysis of Consumer Information and Preferences."  Western Journal of Agricultural Economics,  26(2):245-253.

Martin, Michael V., Linda J. Cox, John Halloran, and Stuart T. Nakamoto.  1990.  "Agricultural Policy Impacts on Long Run Agricultural Irrigation Decisions and Electricity Demand in the Columbia River Basin."  Water Resources Bulletin, 26(1): 35-39.

Cox, Linda J., Gary R. Vieth, and Robert R. Coltman.  1990.  "Using Farm Budget Generators as Teaching Tools."  NACTA Journal, 34(1): 57-58.

Cox, Linda J. and Michael V. Martin. 1989.  "Improving Oral Communication Skills Using Video."  NACTA Journal, 33(1):25-27.

Cox, Linda J., Stuart T. Nakamoto, Herbert K. Marutani and PingSun Leung.   1987.  "Economic Analysis of Vegetable Enterprises."  Journal of Computer Applications, 2(1): 11-15.

Sigman, Vicki A. and Linda J. Cox.  1987.  "Diffusion of Innovations in Agricultural Extension."  Journal of Computer Applications, 2(1): 16-19.

Books

Proceedings: 2008 Stockman’s Fall Field Day. 2008. eds. Mark S. Thorne and Linda J. Cox. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, 43 pp.

Proceedings: 2007 Mealani Forage Field Day. 2007. eds. Mark S. Thorne and Linda J. Cox. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, 43 pp.

Proceedings: 2006 Mealani Forage Field Day. 2006. eds. Mark S. Thorne and Linda J. Cox. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, 53 pp.

Proceedings: 2005 Mealani Forage Field Day. 2005. eds. Mark S, Thorne and Linda J. Cox. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, 60 pp.

Cox, Linda J. 2004. Encourage Entrepreneurship in Your Children. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, Hawaii, 42 pp.

Cox, Linda J. 2004. Encourage Entrepreneurship in Your Classroom. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, Hawaii, 42 pp.

The Keiki Kuleana Learning Library includes the following book and activity books, written and illustrated as part of this entrepreneurship educational program:

Cox, Linda J., Sarah Avalon, and Helene Zeug. 2003. See Ways to Make Things Happen. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, Hawaii, 14 pp.

Cox, Linda J., Sarah Avalon, and Helene Zeug. 2003. Keep Track of Your Money. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, Hawaii, 17 pp.

Cox, Linda J., Sarah Avalon, and Helene Zeug. 2003. Start a Business. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, Hawaii, 18 pp.

Cox, Linda J., Sarah Avalon, and Helene Zeug. 2003. Work as a Group. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, Hawaii, 13 pp.

Cox, Linda J., Sarah Avalon, and Helene Zeug. 2003. Make the Most of Yourself. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, Hawaii, 13 pp.

Cox, Linda J., Pamela B.C. Kutara, and Helene Zeug. 2003. Exploring Economics. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, Hawaii, 31 pp.

Hollyer, James, Luisa Castro, Dale Evans, Richard Criley, Edwin Mersino, Margaret Parks, Eileen Herring, Puanani Anderson-Fung, Greg Koob, Ken Leonhardt, Bill Char, Glenn Teves, Linda J. Cox, Kathleen Fetters, Laurie Shimizu Ide, Kepa Maly, Kerin Lilleeng-Rosenberger, Desmond Ogata, Dick Tsuda, Maile Sakamoto, Richard Nakagawa, Kelvin Sewake, Jamie Lucido, James Tavares, Priscilla Millen, Dave Manu Bird, David Hensley, Heidi Bornhorst, Beatrice Krauss, Marshall Johnson, John Obata, Roxanne Adams, Winston Morton, Susan Matsushima, Deborah Ward, Carol Chun, John Halloran, Ginny Meade, Janice Uchida, Scot Mitamura, Ken Rohrbach, Clark Hashimoto, Marian Leong, Philip Thomas, Sam Gon III, Pamela Shingaki, Irmalee Pomroy, and Marie McDonald.  2002.  Growing Plants for Hawaiian Lei: 85 Plants for Gardens, Conservation, and Business.  College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, Hawaii.  263 pp

Cox, Linda J., Lawrence W. Rowland, and Frank S. Eastwood.  1998.  Fishy Business: Farming Ornamental Fish. Pacific Business Center Program, Honolulu, HI, 53 pp.

This Hawaii Product Went to Market.  1996.  eds. James R. Hollyer, Jennifer L. Sullivan, and Linda J. Cox.  College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, 168 pp.

Cox, Linda J., Donald M. Schug, Dale M. Jackson, Dave Ringuette and Gary Vieth.  1992.  Financial Management Training: A Handbook for County Extension Agents.  Hawaii Institute of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, Honolulu, Hawaii, 69 pp.

Cox, Linda J., Lynn Nakamura-Tengan, Ray Jarman and Sandy Swan.  1994.  Transitions: Helping Hawaii's Families and Communities.  Hawaii Institute of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources Information Text Series 045, 95 pp.

Bowen, Richard L., Linda J. Cox and John Sebas.  1990.  The Moloka’i Data Book: A Statistical Abstract.  Hawaii Institute of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, Honolulu, Hawaii, 41 pp.

Chapters in Books

Cox, Linda J. and John Cusick. 2015. “Shades of Green in the Tourism Sector: Sustainability Practices and Awareness in the State of Hawaii.”  Thinking Like An Island: Navigating a Sustainable Future in Hawaii, eds. Jennifer Chirico and Gregory S. Farley. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii Press, pp.198-215.

Idol, Travis, Jeremy Haggar, and Linda J.  Cox. 2011. "Ecosystem services from smallholder forestry and agroforestry in the tropics.” Integrating Agriculture, Conservation and Ecoutourism: Examples from the field, eds. W. Bruce Campbell and Silvia Lopez Ortiz. New York, NY: Springer, pp. 209-270.

Cox, Linda J., Jonathan E. Alevy, Thomas R. Harris, Barbara Andreozzi, Joan Wright and George "Buddy" Borden. 2009. "The Community Business Matching Model: Combining Community and Business Goals and Assets to Target Rural Economic Development. " A Targeting Economic Development, eds. Stephan Goetz, Steven Dellar and Thomas R. Harris. New York, NY: Routledge, pp.255-278. 

Cox, Linda J., Dolores Foley, and Joseph Lapilio. 2000. "Ua Mau Na Po‘e ‘O Wai‘anae Community Cultural Festival: An Experience in Community Collaboration."  Small Towns and Rural Economic Development: A Case Studies Approach  eds. P. Schaeffer and S. Loveridge. Westport, Conneticut: Praeger, pp. 191-198.

Cox, Linda J.  1996.  "Managing Your Finances."  This Hawaii Product Went to Market.  eds. James R. Hollyer, Jennifer L. Sullivan, and Linda J. Cox.  College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, pp. 40-42.

Cox, Linda J.  1996.  "Your Cost of Production and Product Pricing." This Hawaii Product Went to Market.  eds. James R. Hollyer, Jennifer L. Sullivan, and Linda J. Cox.  College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, pp. 36-39.

Cox, Linda J.  1996.  "Putting Together a Marketing Strategy." This Hawaii Product Went to Market.  eds. James R. Hollyer, Jennifer L. Sullivan, and Linda J. Cox.  College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, pp. 28-30.

Cox, Linda J.  1996.  "Preparing Your Business Plan." This Hawaii Product Went to Market.  eds. James R. Hollyer, Jennifer L. Sullivan, and Linda J. Cox.  College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, pp. 19-21.

Gallagher, Charmaine Marie and Linda Cox. 1995." Conjoint analysis for product design optimization: Tridacnid clams in the aquarium market. "  Recent Advances in Marine Science and Technology, eds. O. Bellwood, H. Choat and N. Saxena.  Townsville, QLD: James Cook University, pp. 533-542.

Fox, Morton and Linda J. Cox.  1993. "Linkages between Agriculture and Tourism."  VNR's  Encyclopedia of Hospitality and Tourism, eds. M . Khan, M. Olsen and T. Var.  New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, pp. 910-917.

 E-Newsletter Edited

HānaiʻAi: The Food Provider. Quarterly sustainable and organic agriculture newsletter for the College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources. Linda J. Cox and Theodore J. Radovich, co-editors. Fall, 2009 to 2013. 

Other Publications

Kaufman, Andrew, Richard Criley, Linda J. Cox, Andrew Kawabata, and Alberto Ricordi. 2013. Green and Healthy Hawaii: Identifying and Introducing Alternative Ornamental Plants on Response to Invasive Species Issues. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resource, Landscape No. 31. 21 pp.

Cristini, L., Linda J. Cox, Denise E. Konan, and Dolan Eversole. 2013. “Climate change and economic security in the Pacific: Links, challenges and opportunities.” Contribution to the Pacific Islands Climate Education Partnership’s (PCEP) “Climate change in the US-affiliated Pacific Islands” compendium.

Cristini, Luisa, Linda J. Cox, Dolan Eversole and Denise E. Konan . 2013. “Facing climate change in the Pacific: Challenges and Opportunities for Tourism”. Contribution to the United Nations World Tourism Organization’s (UNWTO) report “Responding to Climate Change – an Examination of Tourism Initiatives across Asia and the Pacific”.

Cox, Linda J.  2013. “Preparing Your Business for the Future of Agriculture.” HānaiʻAi: The Food Provider 12.

Cristini, Luisa, 
Linda J. Cox, Denise E. Konan, and Dolan Eversole. 2012. Climate Change and the Visitor Industry. University of Hawaii Sea Grant Program, Center for Sustainable Coastal Tourism, 38 pp.

Cox, Linda J.  2012. "Business Basics for Beginning Farmers. " HānaiʻAi: The Food Provider 12.

Harris, Thomas R. Linda J. Cox, George W. Borden, Barbara Andreozzi, Mimako Kobayashi, Malieka T. Landis, Eric Glenn, and Don Albrecht. 2012. “Aligning Community Preferences and Assets with Business Needs To Spark Area Economic Development.” Choices 27(2):7 pp.

Cox, Linda J.  2012. "National Efforts to Evaluate Agriculture’s Sustainability. " HānaiʻAi: The Food Provider 11. 

Cox, Linda J.  2012. " Why Local Agricultural Products Cost So Much. " HānaiʻAi: The Food Provider 10

Cox, Linda J. 2011. "Farms and Farm Families: Keeping Business Concerns  Separate from Family Concerns." HānaiʻAi: The Food Provider 9.

Cox, Linda J. Tom Harris, Mimiako Kobayashi, George "Buddy" Borden, Barbara Andreozzi, and Don E. Albrecht. 2011. Sustainable Rural Development using the Community Business Matching Process. Rural Connections, Western Rural Development Center, Utah State University, 6(1):21-26.

Radovich, Theodore J., and Linda J. Cox. 2011. "Outstanding in Their Field: Farmer Perspectives on Sustainable Agriculture in Hawai'i." HānaiʻAi: The Food Provider 8.

Fukumoto, Glen and Linda J. Cox. 2011. "Growing Local Beef Products." HānaiʻAi: The Food Provider 8.

Uyeda, Jensen, Linda J. Cox and Theodore J. Radovich. 2011. An Economic Comparison of Commercially Available Organic and Inorganic Fertilizers for Hydroponic Lettuce Production. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resource, Sustainable Agriculture No. 5, Honolulu, Hawaii, 4 pp.

Cox, Linda J.,  2011. "Understanding Entrepreneurship." HānaiʻAi: The Food Provider 7.

 Cox, Linda J., Theodore J. Radovich and Jari Sugano. 2011. The Costs of “Organic” Insecticides. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resource, Sustainable Agriculture No. 4, Honolulu, Hawaii, 3 pp.

Cox, Linda J., 2011. "Building a More Sustainable Food System in Hawaii. " HānaiʻAi: The Food Provider 6.

Cox, Linda J. and Theodore J. Radovich. 2010. "Organic" Pesticides: What's the Cost?" HānaiʻAi: The Food Provider 5.

Cox, Linda J., 2010. "Price Maker or Price Taker? How to Differentiate your Products." HānaiʻAi: The Food Provider 4.

Cox, Linda J.,  2010. "Get Ready to Retail Your Products." HānaiʻAi: The Food Provider 3.

Cox, Linda J.  2009. "Direct Marketing of Your Agricultural Products." HānaiʻAi: The Food Provider 2.

Radovich, Theodore J., Linda J. Cox, and James R. Hollyer. 2009. Overview of Organic Food Crop Systems. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resource, Sustainable Agriculture No. 3, Honolulu, Hawaii, 14 pp.

Radovich, Theodore J., Linda J. Cox, Jari Sugano, and Travis Idol. 2009. Benefits and Costs of Using Perennial Peanut as Living Mulch for Fruit tree in Hawaii. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resource, Soil and Crop Management No. 27, Honolulu, Hawaii, 10 pp.

Cox, Linda J.,  2009. “Cost of Production.” HānaiʻAi: The Food Provider 1(1).

Thorne, Mark S., Linda J. Cox and Glen Fukumoto. 2009. Management of Production Risk for Hawaii Ranchers.  College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resource, Pasture and Range Management No. 5, Honolulu, Hawaii, 8 pp.

 Cox, Linda J., Melanie Saucier, John Cusick, Harold Richins, and Bixler McClure.  2009. Achieving Sustainable Tourism in Hawaii using a Sustainability Evaluation System. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resource, Resource Management No. 17, Honolulu, Hawaii, 6 pp.

Thorne, Mark S., and Linda J. Cox. 2007. “ Management of Production Risk for Hawaii Ranchers.” Proceedings: 2007 Mealani Forage Field Day. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resource, 7 pp.

Deenik, Jonathan, Mark S. Thorne, Linda J. Cox, Harold H. Keyser, and Matthew H. Stevenson. 2007. “Best Management Practices for the Remediation of Former Sugarcane Lands for Sustainable Livestock Production in Hawaii.” Proceedings: 2007 Mealani Forage Field Day. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resource, 5 pp.
Radovich, Theodore J.K., Linda J. Cox and James R. Hollyer. 2007. “CTAHR Industry Analysis: An Organic Perspective.” CTAHR Research News, 3(6): 17.

Thorne, Mark S., Linda J. Cox, and Matthew H. Stevenson. 2007. Calculating minimum grazing lease rates for Hawaii. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resource, Pasture and Range Management No. 3, Honolulu, Hawaii, 7 pp.

Cabugos, L., Kaufman, A.J., Cox, L.J., Miura, T., and Easterday, D. 2007. Feasibility of Rooftop Landscaping with Native Hawaiian Plants in Urban Districts of Hawai`i. Fifth Annual International Greening Rooftops for Sustainable Communities Conference Proceedings. GRHC.  Minneapolis, MN.

Shehata, Sabry and Linda J. Cox. 2007. Attitudes of Hawaii Consumers Toward Genetically Modified Fruit. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resource, Biotechnology No. 7, Honolulu, Hawaii, 8 pp.

Kaufman, Andrew, Linda J. Cox, Tomoaki Muira. And Dawn Easterday. 2007. The Potential for Green Roofs in Hawaii. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resource, Resource Management No. 15, Honolulu, Hawaii, 16 pp.

 Cox, Linda J. 2006. “Evaluating Market Options With a Ranch Production Cost Analysis.” Proceedings: 2006 Mealani Forage Field Day. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resource, 3 pp.

Cox, Linda J., Quincy A. Edwards, Mark Thorne, Glen Fukumoto and Lincon Ching. 2006. Commercial Cow-Calf Decisions: Calculating the Cost of Production for a Cow-Calf Operation. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resource, Livestock Management No. 12, Honolulu, Hawaii, 21 pp.

Jun, Soojin, Linda J. Cox and Alvin Huang. 2006. Using the Flexible Retort Pouch to Add Value to Agricultural Products. Tropical Agriculture and Human Resource, Food Safety and Technology No. 18, Honolulu, Hawaii, 6 pp.

Cox, Linda J. and John Cusick. 2006.What is Sustainable Development? College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resource, Resource Management No. 14, Honolulu, Hawaii, 4 pp.

Shehata, Sabry, Linda J. Cox and Tim O’Connell. 2006. Feasibility Assessment for an e-Commerce Cooperative to Market Hawaii’s Agricultural Products. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resource, Entrepreneur’s Toolbox No. 6, Honolulu, Hawaii, 4 pp.

 Cox, Linda J. and Jody Smith. 2005. “Marketing Your Hawaii Ag Products: Buy Fresh*Buy Local Campaign.” Rural Connections, 11(2):4.

Cox, Linda J.. 2005. “Cost of Production and Marketing Options.” Proceedings: 2005 Mealani Forage Field Day. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resource, 1 pp.

Cox, Linda J. and Jody Smith. 2005. Marketing Your Hawaii Ag Products: Farmer Tips for Exploiting the Buy Fresh*Buy Local” Campaign. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resource, 2 pp.

Cox, Linda J., Quincy A. Edwards, Mark Thorne and Glen Fukumoto. 2005. Calculating the Cost of Production for a Cow-Calf Operation. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resource, Livestock Management No. 11, Honolulu, Hawaii, 15 pp.

 Fukumoto, Glen, Lincoln Ching, and Linda J. Cox. 2005. New Zealand Study Tour Report. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resource, 7pp.

Shehata, Sabry, Linda J. Cox, Jack F. Fujii and Carol Anne Dickson. 2004. Factors Affecting the Development of a Tea Industry in Hawaii. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resource, Agribusiness No. 15, Honolulu, Hawaii, 11 pp.

 Cox, Linda J. 2004. Bringing Entrepreneurship to Hawaii’s Children. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resource, The Keiki Kuleana, 4 pp.

 Cox, Linda J. and Sabry Shehata. 2003. The Market for Hawaii-Grown Natural and Organic Beef. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resource, Livestock Management No. 9, Honolulu, Hawaii, 4 pp.

Cox, Linda J. and Soot Bredhoff. 2003. The Hawaii Beef Industry: Situation and Outlook Update. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resource, Livestock Management No. 8, Honolulu, Hawaii, 11 pp.

Shehata, Sabry, Linda J. Cox and Mike Duponte. 2003. An Assessment of Economic Feasibility for Energy Enhanced Roughage as Cattle Feed. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resource, Livestock Management No. 7, Honolulu, Hawaii, 4 pp.

Leon Watson, Linda J. Cox and Brett Esaki. 2003. A set of seven brochures and posters entitled Ke Ala Moa‘e -The Tradewind Trail that profiles the people, culture and history of Windward O‘ahu communities from Kualoa to Kahuku, also known as Ko‘olauloa. The following are the brochure/poster titles were published by the Hawaii Ecotourism Association:

            Ke Ala Moa‘e -The Tradewind Trail

            Kualoa and Ka‘‘aawa- The Country Side of O‘ahu

            Kahana - Perpetuating the Rural Hawaiian Lifestyle

            Punalu‘u - Forever Suspended Between the Land and Sea
           

Hau‘ula - A Community with Deep roots

La’ie - Hawaii’s Original Mormon Settlement

            Kahuku and Malaekahana - An Old Sugar Town and Beautiful Beaches

 

Cox, Linda J., 2003. An Update on the Economic Role of Hawaii’s Landscape Services. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resource, Economic Issues No. 5, Honolulu, Hawaii, 4pp.

Cox, Linda J., 2002. Understanding Entrepreneurship. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Entrepreneur’s Toolbox Fact Sheet No. 4, Honolulu, Hawaii, 2pp.

Jeanmarie Foy, Linda J. Cox, and Gary R. Vieth.  2002. Hawaii Visitor Preference for Landscapes to Screen Buildings. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, Resource Management No. 13, Honolulu, Hawaii, 2pp.  

 

James R. Hollyer, PingSun Leung and Linda J. Cox.  2001.  Easy Profit Estimator.  College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources Poster, Honolulu, Hawaii, poster.

Gary Vieth, and Linda J. Cox.  2001. Sustainable Use Management of Hanauma Bay. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources Resource Management Fact Sheet No. 11, Honolulu, Hawaii, 2pp.  

Susan C. Miyasaka, James R. Hollyer and Linda J. Cox.  2001.  Impacts of Organic Inputs on Taro Production and Returns. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, Soil and Crop Management No. 3, Honolulu, Hawaii, 4 pp.

Gary Vieth, Linda J. Cox and Frank Eastwood.  2001.  Value of Hawaii Hotel and Resort Open Area. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, Resource Management No. 10, Honolulu, Hawaii, 2pp.

Robotham, Michael, Carl Evensen and Linda J. Cox.  2000. Hawaii’s Pollution Prevention Information (HAPPI) Project.  Final Report submitted Hawaii State Department of Health. 10pp.

Robotham, Michael, Carl Evensen and Linda J. Cox. 2000.  Hawaii’s Pollution Prevention Information (HAPPI) worksheets for farms, homes and school published by the College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources.  Following are the titles for each client group.

HAPPI-Home (HH)

           Water Quality Around Your Home.  HH 1, 2pp.

           Mapping Your House and Yard.  HH 2, 4pp.

           Reducing Pollution Risks from Your Trash.  HH 3, 4pp.

           Managing Hazardous Household Products.  HH 4, 4pp.

           Think Before You Dump It - Safe Disposal of Hazardous Products.  HH 5, 3pp.

           Alternatives to Hazardous Household Products.  HH 6, 2pp.

            Lead - In and Around the Home.  HH 7, 4pp.

            Indoor Air Quality.  HH 8, 4pp.

            Drinking Water Wells.  HH 9, 8pp.

            Rainwater Catchment Systems.  HH 10, 4pp.

            Household Wastewater Treatment Systems.  HH 11, 8pp.

            Runoff Control in Your Yard and Garden.  HH 12, 4pp.

            Yard and Garden Nutrient Management.  HH 13, 4pp.

            Yard and Garden Pest Management.  HH 14, 4pp.

            Motor Vehicle Maintenance.  HH 15, 4pp.

            Pet Waste Management.  HH 16, 2pp.

 

HAPPI-Farm (HF)

            Water Quality and Your Farm.  HF 1, 2pp.

             Mapping Your Farm.  HF 2, 4pp.

            Minimizing Pollution Risk from Land Management.  HF 3, 4pp.

            Minimizing Pollution Risk from Nutrient Management.  HF 4, 4pp.

            Minimizing Pollution Risk from Pest Management.  HF 5, 6pp.

           Minimizing Pollution Risk from Irrigation Management.  HF 6,  4pp.

           Minimizing Pollution Risk from Livestock Operations.  HF 7, 4pp.

          Minimizing Pollution Risk from Pasture Management.  HF 8, 4pp.

          Minimizing Pollution Risk from Storage and Disposal of Chemicals and Fuel.  HF 9,  4pp.

         Minimizing Pollution Risk from Forest and Riparian Areas Management.  HF 10, 4pp.

           

HAPPI-School (HS)

            Minimizing Pollution Risks Around Your School.  HS 1, 6pp.

            How Landscape and Soil Influence Non-Point Source Pollution Risks.  HS 2, 5pp.

            Pollution Risks from Impervious Surfaces at Your School.  HS 3, 5pp.

            Pollution Risks from Trees, bushes, and Grassy Areas.  HS 4, 4pp.

            Pollution Risks from Trash at Your School.  HS 5, 10pp.

            Visual Stream Assessment.  HS 6, 8pp.

            Know Your watershed.  HS 7, 6pp.

 

HAPPI-Contacts

            Pollution Prevention Contacts and Information Resources.  HAPPI 1, 3pp.

 

Foy, Jeanmarie, Gary R. Vieth, and Linda J. Cox.  2000.  Providing Open Area: the Costs to Hotels. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, Resource Management No. 8, Honolulu, Hawaii, 2pp.

 

Deputy, Jay and Linda J. Cox.  2000.  “Landscape Services are Big Business.”  Landscape, Floriculture and Ornamentals News, 8: 17-18.

 

Hollyer, James, Luisa Castro, Cathy Salgado, Linda J. Cox, Aurora Hodgson, Wayne Thom, Carol Yurth, Peter Kam, and Milton Kwok.  2000. Some Costs and Considerations for Establishing an Entrepreneurial Community Shared-Use Kitchen or “Test-Kitchen Incubator.  College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, Food Manufacturing and Technology No. 2, Honolulu,  Hawaii, 15 pp.

 

Cox, Linda J. 1999.  Meeting as a Family. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources Children and Family Fact Sheet No. 1, Honolulu, Hawaii, 2pp.

 

Cox, Linda J. 1999. Planning as a Family. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources Children and Family Fact Sheet No. 2, Honolulu, Hawaii, 2pp.

 

Vieth, Gary R., and Linda J. Cox.  1999. Resource Use Decisions:  Private vs. Public Valuation. College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources Resource Management Fact Sheet No. 3, Honolulu, Hawaii, 2pp.

 

Vieth, Gary R., Linda J. Cox, Margaret Josephson, and James Hollyer.  1999.  Alternatives to Forest Gathering of Plant Materials for Hula Lei Adornment.  College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources Resource Management Fact Sheet No. 2, Honolulu, Hawaii, 2pp.

 

Cox, Linda J., Sandy Swan and Carl Evensen.  1999.  Managing Hawaii’s Watersheds.  College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources Resource Management Fact Sheet No. 1, Honolulu, Hawaii, 2pp.

 

Vieth, Gary, Linda J. Cox and Lawrence W. Rowland.  1998.  Market Situation for Hawaii-Farmed Ornamental Fish.  Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics Economic Fact Sheet No. 26, Honolulu, Hawaii, 2pp.

 

Cox, Linda JAccomplishment Report, 1996-1997. 1998. Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics.

 

Rowland, Lawrence W. and Linda J. Cox.  1998.  Opportunites in Ornamental Aquaculture.  Pacific Business Center Program, Honolulu, HI, 35 pp.

 

Vieth, Gary and Linda J. Cox.  1998.  Benefit Values of Small Neighborhood Projects: Manoa Stream Improvement.  Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Economic Fact Sheet No. 25, Honolulu, Hawaii, 2 pp.

 

Cox, Linda J. and Gary Vieth.  1998.  Marketing in Hawaii’s Arts-and-Crafts Industry.  Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Economic Fact Sheet No. 24, Honolulu, Hawaii, 2pp.

 

Cox, Linda J.  1997.  “The Linkages between Agriculture and Tourism in Pacific Islands.”  Government’s Role in Sustainable Development, Association for Communication of Transcultural Study, pp. 141-144.  

 

Cox, Linda J and Gary Vieth.  1997.  The Importance of Open-Space Value for Land Use Policy.  Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Economic Fact Sheet No. 23, Honolulu, Hawaii, 2 pp.

 

Cox, Linda J., Sandy Swan and Carl Evensen.  1996.  Managing Hawaii’s Watersheds.  Educational brochure, 2pp.

 

Cox, Linda J. and Pamela B.C. Kutara.  1995.  Checklist for Homebased Businesses.  College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources Information Text Series 047, Honolulu, Hawaii, 27 pp.

 

Vieth, Gary, Linda J. Cox, and Carol Ferguson.  1995.  What’s Oahu’s Open Space Worth?  Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics Economic Fact Sheet No. 21, Honolulu, Hawaii, 2 pp.

 

Cox, Linda J., Carol Ferguson and Gary Vieth.  1995. “A CTAHR Research Project to Determine the Value of Open Space”  Proceedings of Hawaii Agriculture : Positions for Growth,  Hawaii Institute of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, pp 54-55.

 

Cox, Linda J. 1995."The Pluses and Minuses of Industry Organization"  Island Craft Bulletin, 9(1):1.

 

Whiting, Stratford L., Carl I. Evensen, Linda J. Cox, Malia Pierce and Sandy Swan.  Manawainui Watershed Conservation Planning Project, July 1995, 103 pp.

 

Cox, Linda J. 1995. "The Arts/Crafts Industry in Hawaii."  Island Craft Bulletin, 8(11):1-2.

 

Jim Hollyer and Linda Cox.  "AgCamp Comes to Town."  Alumni & Friends, Spring 1994, p. 6.

 

Fox, Morton and Linda J. Cox.  1992.  "Linking Tourism and Agriculture."  Hospitality, 8(4):9.

 

Cox, Linda J., James R. Hollyer and Donald M. Schug,  1991.  An Economic Profile of Hawaii's Landscape Services.  Hawaii Institute of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources Research Extension Series 128, Honolulu, Hawaii, 33 pp.

 

Cox, Linda J., and Pamela B.C. Kutara.  1990.  Understanding the Role of Home-Based Business in your Community.  Hawaii Institute of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources Information Text Series 038, Honolulu, Hawaii, 30 pp.

 

Cox, Linda J., James R. Hollyer and Donald M. Schug.  1990.  Hawaii's Landscape Services: Estimates of Employment and Spending.  Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Honolulu, Hawaii, 17 pp.

 

Cox, Linda J. and James R. Hollyer.  1990.  "Water Usage by Hawaii’s Golf Courses in 1987." Hawaii Landscape Industry News, 4(3):10.

 

Ferguson, Carol A. and Linda J. Cox.  1990.  Expanding Hawaii's Role In Pacific Basin Trade: The Pacific Trade Center Of Hawaii.  Hawaii Institute of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources Research Extension Series 121, Honolulu, Hawaii, 21pp.

 

Cox, Linda J. and James R. Hollyer. 1989. "Hawaii's Golf Courses."  Hawaii Landscape Industry News, 3(3):14-15.

 

Cox, Linda J. and James R. Hollyer. 1989. "Landscape Employment in Hawaii's Economy." Hawaii Landscape Industry News, 3(2):6-7.

 

Cox, Linda J.  and Pamela B.C. Kutara.  1989. Personal Financial Management..  Educational hand-out.

 

Cox, Linda J. and James R. Hollyer. 1989. "Valuing Residential and Commercial Landscapes."  Hawaii Landscape Industry News, 3(1):7.

 

Cox, Linda J. and James R. Hollyer.  1988.  "What is Landscaping?"  Hawaii Landscape Industry News, 2(5):18-19.

 

Cox, Linda J. and James R. Hollyer.  1988.  "Landscaping's Place in Hawaii's Economy." Hawaii Landscape Industry News, 2(4):18.

 

Cox, Linda J.  1988.  "An Evaluation of Intensive Grazing Management (IGM) in Hawaii." Hawaiian Range Newsletter, 9(1):1-4.

 

Cox. Linda J.  1988.  "Management and Decision-Making in the Flower Business."  Proceedings: 1987 Hawaii Commercial Orchid Growers Conference, Hawaii Institute of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, Honolulu, Hawaii, pp. 28-34.

 

Cox, Linda J., Pamela B. C. Kutara, and James R. Hollyer.  1988. The Economics and Informational Needs of Hawaii's Craft Businesses.  Hawaii Institute of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources Research Extension Series 095, Honolulu, Hawaii, 9pp.

 

Cox, Linda J., Stuart T. Nakamoto, Herbert K. Marutani and PingSun Leung.  1988.  A User's Manual for the Vegetable Crop Budget Template.  Hawaii Institute of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources Research Extension Series 091, Honolulu, Hawaii, 21 pp.

 

Cox, Linda J., Catherine G. Cavaletto, Sandra L. Kunimoto, James C. Nolan, Jr., Shwu-En Chen, and Peter V. Garrod.  1987. Evaluation of Beef Rib Roasts Available to Hawaii Consumers.  Hawaii Institute of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources Research Series 052, Honolulu, Hawaii, 11pp.

 

Cox, Linda J. and Peter V. Garrod.  1987.  "What Do Hawaii Beef Consumers Want?" Hawaiian Range Newsletter, 8(6 & 7):6-7.

 

Cox, Linda J.  Business Basics for Agriculture and Human Resources.  1987.  Promotional pamphlet for business courses available in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics' (AREC).

 

Cox, Linda J.  1987.  "The Market Potential for Grass-Finished Cattle in Hawaii." Proceedings: Mealani Beef Cattle Field Day, Hawaii Institute of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, Honolulu, Hawaii, pp. 15-20.

 

Garrod, Pete, Linda J. Cox, Charles Ingraham, Stuart Nakamoto, and John Halloran.  1987. The Hawaii Beef Industry: Situation and Outlook.  Hawaii Institute of Tropical Agriculture and Human Information Text Series 029, Honolulu, Hawaii, 21 pp.

 

Halloran, John and Linda J. Cox.  1986.  Fresh Produce Marketing Strategies   Report prepared for the Laotian Immigrant Farmer's Association.

 

Cox, Linda J. and Peter V. Garrod.  1986.  "Future Trends for Meat Demand."  Agricultural Resource Economist, 1(2):1.

 

Cox, Linda J. and Peter V. Garrod.  1986.  "The History of U.S. Meat Production."  Agricultural Resource Economist, 1(2):2-3

 

Cox, Linda J. and Peter V. Garrod.  1986.  "What Do Hawaii Beef Consumers Want?" Agricultural Resource Economist, 1(2):3-4,.

 

Cox, Linda J.   1986.  "Potential Pitfalls in Small Business: Awareness Leads to Avoidance." Agricultural Resource Economist, 1 (3):3.

 

Cox, Linda J. and Peter V. Garrod.  1986.  "Future Trends for Meat Demand." Agricultural Resource Economist, 1(2):3.

 

Cox, Linda J. and Peter V. Garrod.  1986.  "What Influences Hawaii Beef Consumers." Proceedings: 21st Mealani Beef Cattle Field Day, Hawaii Institute of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, Honolulu, Hawaii, pp. 21-26.

Wall, Ronald W. and Linda J. Cox.  1986.  Financial Calculating for Farm and Ranch Management.  Hawaii Institute of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources Information Text Series 026, Honolulu, Hawaii, 22pp.

Cox, Linda J.  Agricultural and Resource Economics. 1986. Promotional brochure for AREC undergraduate program.

Cox, Linda J., Catherine G. Cavaletto, Sandra L. Kunimoto, Shwu-En Chen, Peter V. Garrod and James C. Nolan, Jr.  1986.  "Sensory Evaluations of Pasture Finished, Local Feedlot and Mainland Beef."  Proceedings: 21st Mealani Beef Cattle Field Day, Hawaii Institute of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, Honolulu, Hawaii, pp. 27-32.

Garrod, Peter V., Charles Ingraham, Linda J. Cox and James Nolan.  1985.  The Market Supply of Beef in Hawaii, 1983.  Hawaii Institute of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources Information Text Series 024, Honolulu, Hawaii, 12 pp.

Cox, Linda J., Roland Roberts and James C. Nolan, Jr.  1984.  "Hawaii Consumers' Demand for Beef."  Proceedings: 18th and 19th Mealani Beef Cattle Field Day.  Hawaii Institute of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources Research Extension Series 050, Honolulu, Hawaii, pp 1-5.

Koo, Won W. and Linda J. Cox.  1979.  Grain Distribution by Rail.  Montana Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 707, Bozeman, Montana, 38 pp.

Koo, Won W. and Linda J. Cox.  1979.  Projected Quantities of Grain Production and Grain Requiring Transportation Services in Montana in 1984-1985, 1989-90 and 1999-2000. Montana Agricultural Experiment Station Research Report 132, Bozeman, Montana., 36 pp.