Vegetation cover in relation to socioeconomic factors in a tropical city assessed from sub-meter resolution imagery

Martinuzzi, S., Ramos-González, O. M., Muñoz-Erickson, T. A., Locke, D.H., Lugo, A. E., Radeloff, V. C.. (2018). The assessment of urban vegetation from high-resolution aerial imagery and its relationship to socioeconomic factors in a tropical city. Ecological Applications. doi: 10.1002/eap.1673 [LINK]

The Legacy Effect: Understanding how segregation and environmental injustice unfold over time in Baltimore.

Grove, J.M., Ogden, L.A., Pickett, S.T.A., Boone, C.G., Buckley, G.L., Locke, D.H. and Lord, C.. [In Press]. The Legacy Effect: Understanding how segregation and environmental injustice unfold over time in Baltimore. Annals of the American Association of Geographers Special Issue on “Social Justice and the City.” [LINK]

Ecological homogenization of Residential Macrosystems.

Groffman, P. M. , Avolio, M., Cavender-Bares, J., Bettez, N. D., Grove, J. M., Hall, S., Hobbie, S., Larson, K.L., Lerman, S., Locke, D.H., Heffernan, J., Morse, J. L., Neil, C., Nelson, K., O’Neil-Dunne, J. P. M., Pataki, D., Polsky, C., Pouyat, R. V., Roy Chowdhury, R., Steele, M., Trammell, T. L. E.. (2017). Ecological[…]

Tree canopy change and neighborhood stability: A comparative analysis of Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, MD.

Chuang, W-C., Boone, C. G., Locke, D.H., Grove, J. M., Buckley, G. L., Whitmer, A., Zhang.. (2017) Tree canopy change and neighborhood stability: A comparative analysis of Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, MD. Accepted at Urban Forestry and Urban Greening on March 28, 2017. [LINK]

Did community greening reduce crime? Evidence from New Haven, CT, 1996-2007

Locke, D.H., Han, S., Kondo, M., Murphy-Dunning, C., Cox, M.. (2017). Did community greening reduce crime? Evidence from New Haven, CT, 1996-2007 Landscape and Urban Planning 161,72–79. 10.1016/j.landurbplan.2017.01.006 [LINK]

Branching out to residential lands: missions and strategies of five tree distribution programs in the U.S.

Nguyen, V. D., Roman, L. A., Locke, D. H., Mincey, S. K., Sanders, J., Fichman, E. S., … Tobing, S. L. (2017). Branching out to residential lands: missions and strategies of five tree distribution programs in the U.S. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 22, 1–24. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.ufug.2017.01.007 [LINK]

Stewardship mapping and assessment project: a framework for understanding community-based environmental stewardship.

Svendsen, E.S., Campbell, L.K., Fisher, D.R., Connolly, J.J.T., Johnson, M.L., Sonti, N.F., Locke, D.H., Westphal, L.M., LeBlanc F.C., Grove, J.M., Romolini, M., Blahna, D.J., Wolf, K.L.. (2016). Stewardship mapping and assessment project: a framework for understanding community-based environmental stewardship. Gen. Tech. Rep. NRS-156. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.[…]

Satisfaction, water and fertilizer use in the America residential macrosystem.

Groffman, P. M., Grove, J. M., Polsky, C., Bettez, N. D., Morse, J. L., C-B, J., Hall, S. J., Heffernan, J. B., Hobbie, S. E., Larson, K. L., Neill, C., Nelson, K., Ogden, L., O’Neil-Dunne, J. P. M., Pataki, D., Roy Chowdhury, R., and Locke, D. H.. (2016). Satisfaction, water and fertilizer use in the[…]

The good, the bad, and the interested: how historical demographics explain present-day tree canopy, vacant lot and tree request spatial variability in New Haven, CT.

Locke, D. H., & Baine, G. (2015). The good, the bad, and the interested: how historical demographics explain present-day tree canopy, vacant lot and tree request spatial variability in New Haven, CT. Urban Ecosystems, 18(2), 391-409. doi:10.1007/s11252-014-0409-5 [LINK] – available for one time personal download only

Doing the Hard Work Where It’s Easiest? Examining the relationships between urban greening programs and social and ecological characteristics.

Locke, D. H., and Grove, J. M.. (2014). Doing the Hard Work Where It’s Easiest? Examining the relationships between urban greening programs and social and ecological characteristics. Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy. DOI: 10.1007/s12061-014-9131-1 [LINK]

Urban environmental stewardship and changes in vegetative cover in New York City neighborhoods (2000-2010).

Locke, D. H., King, K. L., Svendsen, E. S., Campbell, L. K., Small, C., Sonti, N.F., Fisher, D. R. Lu, J. W. T.. (2014). Urban environmental stewardship and changes in vegetative cover in New York City neighborhoods (2000-2010). Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences, 4(3), 250–266. doi:10.1007/s13412-014-0176-x [LINK]

An Ecology of Prestige in New York City: Examining the Relationships Among Population Density, Socio-economic Status, Group Identity, and Residential Canopy Cover.

Grove, J. M., Locke, D. H., & O’Neil-Dunne, J. P. M. (2014). An Ecology of Prestige in New York City: Examining the Relationships Among Population Density, Socio-economic Status, Group Identity, and Residential Canopy Cover. Environmental Management. 54(3), 402–419 doi:10.1007/s00267-014-0310-2  [LINK]

Applications of Urban Tree Canopy Assessment and Prioritization Tools: Supporting Collaborative Decision Making to Achieve Urban Sustainability Goals.

Locke, D. H., Grove, J. M., Galvin, M. F., O’Neil-Dunne, J. P. M., & Murphy, C.. (2013). Applications of Urban Tree Canopy Assessment and Prioritization Tools: Supporting Collaborative Decision Making to Achieve Urban Sustainability Goals. Cities and the Environment (CATE), 6(1). [LINK]

Assessing and comparing relationships between urban environmental stewardship networks and land cover in Baltimore and Seattle.

Romolini, M., Grove, J. M., & Locke, D. H.. (2013). Assessing and comparing relationships between urban environmental stewardship networks and land cover in Baltimore and Seattle. Landscape and Urban Planning, 120, 190–207.  doi:10.1016/j.landurbplan.2013.08.008 [LINK]