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

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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]