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]

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]

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]