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]

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]

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]