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(The following publications have been peer reviewed according to standards required for Forest Service research publications or those conducted by technical journals.)

Hallett, Richard; Johnson, Michelle L.; Sonti, Nancy F. 2018. Assessing the tree health impacts of salt water flooding in coastal cities: A case study in New York City. Landscape and Urban Planning

Johnson, Michelle L.; Campbell, Lindsay K.; Svendsen, Erika S.; Silva, Philip 2018. Why count trees? Volunteer motivations and experiences with tree monitoring in New York City. Arboriculture & Urban Forestry. 44(2): 59?72.

Johnson, Michelle L.; Novem Auyeung, D. S.; Sonti, Nancy F.; Pregitzer, Clara C.; McMillen, Heather L.; Hallett, Richard; Campbell, Lindsay K.; Forgione, Helen M.; Kim, Mina; Charlop-Powers, Sarah; Svendsen, Erika S. 2018. Social-ecological research in urban natural areas: an emergent process for integration. Urban Ecosystems

Johnson, Michelle; Campbell, Lindsay K.; Svendsen, Erika 2017. Why count trees: assessing volunteer motivations in participating in New York City's 2015 tree census. Queens, NY: New York City Urban Field Station; New York City Parks. 63 p. [white paper].

Klenosky, David B.; Snyder, Stephanie A.; Vogt, Christine A.; Campbell, Lindsay K. 2017. If we transform the landfill, will they come? Predicting visitation to Freshkills Park in New York City. Landscape and Urban Planning

McMillen, Heather L.; Campbell, Lindsay K.; Svendsen, Erika S. 2017. The power of living things: Living memorials as therapeutic landscapes. Medicine Anthropology Theory. 4(1):185-192.

McMillen, Heather L.; Campbell, Lindsay K.; Svendsen, Erika S. 2017. Co-creators of memory, metaphors for resilience, and mechanisms for recovery: flora in living memorials to 9/11. Journal of Ethnobiology

Auyeung, D.S. Novem; Campbell, Lindsay K.; Johnson, Michelle; Sonti, Nancy Falxa; Svendsen, Erika 2016. Reading the landscape: citywide social assessment of New York City parks and natural areas in 2013-2014. Social Assessment White Paper No. 2. New York, NY: New York Department of Parks and Recreation. 69 p.

Boicourt, Kate; Pirani, Robert; Johnson, Michelle; Svendsen, Erika; Campbell, Lindsay K. 2016. Connecting with our waterways: an assessment of public access and stewardship in the New York - New Jersey Harbor Estuary. New York, NY: NY-NJ Harbor and Estuary Program; and Hudson River Foundation. 36 p.

Campbell, Lindsay K. 2016. Getting farming on the agenda: Planning, policymaking, and governance practices of urban agriculture in New York City. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening. 19: 295-305.

Campbell, Lindsay K.; Gabriel, Nate 2016. Power in urban social-ecological systems: Processes and practices of governance and marginalization. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening

Campbell, Lindsay K.; Svendsen, Erika S.; Roman, Lara A. 2016. Knowledge Co-production at the Research-Practice Interface: Embedded Case Studies from Urban Forestry. Environmental Management. 57: 1262-1280.

Campbell, Lindsay K.; Svendsen, Erika S.; Sonti, Nancy Falxa; Johnson, Michelle L. 2016. A social assessment of urban parkland: Analyzing park use and meaning to inform management and resilience planning. Environmental Science & Policy. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.envsci.2016.01.014

Grove, Morgan; Childers, Daniel L.; Galvin, Michael; Hines, Sarah J.; Munoz-Erickson, Tischa; Svendsen, Erika S. 2016. Linking science and decision making to promote an ecology for the city: practices and opportunities. Ecosystem Health and Sustainability. 2(9): e01239-.

Johnson, Michelle L.; Bell, Kathleen P.; Teisl, Mario F. 2016. Does reading scenarios of future land use changes affect willingness to participate in land use planning?. Land Use Policy. 57: 44-52.

McMillen, Heather; Campbell, Lindsay; Svendsen, Erika; Reynolds, Renae 2016. Recognizing Stewardship Practices as Indicators of Social Resilience: In Living Memorials and in a Community Garden. Sustainability. No. 775. 8(8): 26p.

Mu?oz-Erickson, T.A.; Campbell, L.K.; Childers, D.L.; Grove, J.M.; Iwaniec, D.M.; Pickett, S.T.A.; Romolini, Michelle; Svendsen, Erika S. 2016. Demystifying governance and its role for transitions in urban social?ecological systems. Ecosphere, 7 (11), 1-11.

Pregitzer, Clara C.; Sonti, Nancy F.; Hallett, Richard A. 2016. Variability in urban soils influences the health and growth of native tree seedlings. Ecological Restoration. 34(2): 106-116.

Simmons, Brady L.; Hallett, Richard A.; Sonti, Nancy Falxa; Auyeung, D. S. N.; Lu, Jacqueline W. T. 2016. Long-term outcomes of forest restoration in an urban park. Restoration Ecology. 24(1): 109-118.

Sonti, Nancy Falxa; Campbell, Lindsay; Johnson, Michelle; Daftary-Steel, S. 2016. Long-term outcomes of an urban farming internship program. Journal of Experiential Education. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1053825916655444 [19 p.].

Svendsen, Erika S.; Campbell, Lindsay K.; Fisher, Dana R.; Connolly, James J.T.; Johnson, Michelle L.; Sonti, Nancy Falxa; Locke, Dexter H.; Westphal, Lynne M.; Fisher, Cherie LeBlanc; Grove, Morgan; Romolini, Michele; Blahna, Dale J.; Wolf, Kathleen L. 2016. Stewardship mapping and assessment project: a framework for understanding community-based environmental stewardship. Gen. Tech. Rep. 156. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station. 134 p.

Svendsen, Erika S.; Campbell, Lindsay K.; McMillen, Heather L. 2016. Stories, shrines, and symbols: Recognizing psycho-social-spiritual benefits of urban parks and natural areas. Journal of Ethnobiology. 36(4): 881-907.

Connolly, James J.T.; Svendsen, Erika S.; Fisher, Dana R.; Campbell, Lindsay K. 2015. Mixed methods analysis of urban environmental stewardship networks. In: Ruth, Matthias, ed. Handbook of research methods and applications in environmental studies. Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing: 102-121. Chapter 5.

Lerman, Susannah B.; Sonti, Nancy F. 2015. U.S. Forest Service and partners deliver urban wildlife research in support of conservation and management. Cities and the Environment. 8(1): article 2. (3 p.).

Oldfield, Emily E.; Felson, Alexander J.; Auyeung, D. S. Novem; Crowther, Thomas W.; Sonti, Nancy F.; Harada, Yoshiki; Maynard, Daniel S.; Sokol, Noah W.; Ashton, Mark S.; Warren, Robert J.; Hallett, Richard A.; Bradford, Mark A. 2015. Growing the urban forest: tree performance in response to biotic and abiotic land management. Restoration Ecology. 23(5): 707-718.

Svendsen, Erika S.; Campbell, Lindsay K.; Sonti, Nancy F.; Baine, Gillian 2015. Urban stewardship as a catalyst for recovery and change. In: Brandt, D.H.; Nordenson, C.S., eds. Waterproofing New York. Urban Research. 2: 104-111.

Vogt, Christine A.; Klenosky, David B.; Snyder, Stephanie A.; Campbell, Lindsay K. 2015. Resident support for a landfill-to-park transformation. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration. 33(4): 32-50.

Campbell, Lindsay K. 2014. Constructing New York City's urban forest. The politics and governance of the MillionTreesNYC campaign. In: Sandberg, L. Anders; Bardekjian, Adrina; Butt, Sadia, eds. Urban forests, trees and greenspace. A policy perspective. New York, NY: Routledge: 242-260. Chapter 16.

Campbell, Lindsay K.; Monaco, Morgan; Falxa-Raymond, Nancy; Lu, Jacqueline; Newman, Andrew; Rae, Ruth A.; Svendsen, Erika S. 2014. Million TreesNYC: the integration of research and practice. New York, NY: New York City, Parks and Recreation. 43 p.

Campbell, Lindsay; Svendsen, Erika; Falxa-Raymond, Nancy; Baine, Gillian 2014. Reading the landscape, a reflection on method. PLOT. 3: 90-95.

Connolly, James J.T.; Svendsen, Erika S.; Fisher, Dana R.; Campbell, Lindsay K. 2014. Networked governance and the management of ecosystem services: The case of urban environmental stewardship in New York City. Ecosystem Services. 10: 187-194.

Falxa-Raymond, Nancy; Palmer, Matthew I.; McPhearson, Timon; Griffin, Kevin L. 2014. Foliar nitrogen characteristics of four tree species planted in New York City forest restoration sites. Urban Ecosystems. 17(3): 807-824.

Locke, Dexter H.; King, Kristen L.; Svendsen, Erika S.; Campbell, Lindsay K.; Small, Christopher; Sonti, Nancy F.; Fisher, Dana R.; Lu, Jacqueline W.T. 2014. Urban environmental stewardship and changes in vegetative cover and building footprint in New York City neighborhoods (2000-2010). Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences. 4(3): 250-262.

Svendsen, Erika S.; Baine, Gillian; Northridge, Mary E.; Campbell, Lindsay K.; Metcalf, Sara S. 2014. Recognizing resilience. American Journal of Public Health. 104(4): 581-583.

Svendsen, Erika S.; Campbell, Lindsay K. 2014. Community-based memorials to September 11, 2001: environmental stewardship as memory work. In: Tidball, Keith G.; Krasny, Marianne E., eds. Greening in the Red Zone: Disaster, resilience and community greening. New York, NY: Springer Dordrecht: 339-355. Chapter 25.

Zalesny, Ronald S.; Hallett, Richard A.; Falxa-Raymond, Nancy; Wiese, Adam H.; Birr, Bruce A. 2014. Propagating native Salicaceae for afforestation and restoration in New York City's five boroughs. Native Plants Journal. 15(a):29-41.

Connolly, James J.; Svendsen, Erika S.; Fisher, Dana R.; Campbell, Lindsay K. 2013. Organizing urban ecosystem services through environmental stewardship governance in New York City. Landscape and Urban Planning. 109: 76-84.

Falxa-Raymond, Nancy 2013. Book Review: Greening in the Red Zone. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 12(4): 606-607.

Falxa-Raymond, Nancy; Svendsen, Erika; Campbell, Lindsay K. 2013. From job training to green jobs: a case study for a young adult employment program centered on environmental restoration in New York City, USA. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening. 12: 287-295.

Svendsen, Erika S. 2013. Storyline and design: how civic stewardship shapes urban design in New York City. Chapter 13. In: Pickett, S.T.A.; Cadenasso, M.L.; McGrath, B., eds. Resilience in ecology and urban design: linking theory and practice for sustainable cities. Vol. 3. Dordrecht: Springer Netherlands: 269-287.

Fisher, Dana R.; Campbell, Lindsay; Svendsen, Erika S. 2012. The organisational structure of urban environmental stewardship. Environmental Politics. 21(1): 26-48.

Svendsen, Erika S.; Campbell, Lindsay K.; Falxa-Raymond, Nancy; Northridge, Jessica; Stone, Edie 2012. Introducing a longitudinal study of community gardeners and gardens in New York City. Cities and the Environment (CATE). 5(1): article 11.

Svendsen, Erika S.; Northridge, Mary E.; Metcalf, Sara S. 2012. Integrating grey and green infrastructure to improve the health and well-being of urban populations. Cities and the Environment (CATE) 5(1): article 3.

Svendsen, Erika 2011. Cultivating health and well-being through environmental stewardship. American Journal of Public Health. 101(11).

Lu, Jacqueline W.T.; Svendsen, Erika S.; Campbell, Lindsay K.; Greenfeld, Jennifer; Braden, Jessie; King, Kristen; Falxa-Raymond, Nancy 2010. Biological, social, and urban design factors affecting young street tree mortality in New York City. Cities and the Environment. 3(1): 1-15.

Svendsen, Erika S.; Campbell, Lindsay K. 2010. Living Memorials: Understanding the Social Meanings of Community-Based Memorials to September 11, 2001. Environment and Behavior. 42: 318-334.

Svendsen, Erika S.; Lu, Jacqueline W.T. 2010. MillionTreesNYC, green infrastructure and urban ecology symposium March 5-6, 2010. Cities and the Environment. 3(1): 1-2.

Tidball, Keith G.; Krasny, Marianne E.; Svendsen, Erika; Campbell, Lindsay; Helphand, Kenneth 2010. Stewardship, learning, and memory in disaster resilience. Environmental Education Research. 16(5-6): 591- 609.

Campbell, Lindsay 2009. Memoryscape. In: Campbell, Lindsay; Wiesen, Anne, eds. Restorative commons: creating health and well-being through urban landscapes. Gen. Tech Rep. NRS-P-39. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station: 188-199.

Campbell, Lindsay; Wiesen, Anne. 2009. Restorative Commons: Creating Health and Well-Being Through Urban Landscapes
Titles contained within Restorative Commons: Creating Health and Well-Being Through Urban Landscapes

Campbell, Lindsay; Wiesen, Anne 2009. Introduction. In: Campbell, Lindsay; Wiesen, Anne, eds. Restorative commons: creating health and well-being through urban landscapes. Gen. Tech Rep. NRS-P-39. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station: 11-23.

Lu, Jacqueline W.T.; Shane, Megan; Svendsen, Erika; Campbell, Lindsay; Fragola, Cristiana; Krasny, Marianne; Lovasl, Gina; Maddox, David; McDonnell, Simon; McPhearson, P. Timon; Montalto, Franco; Newman, Andrew; Pehek, Ellen; Rae, Ruth A.; Stedman, Richard; Tidball, Keith G.; Westphal, Lynne; Whitlow, Tom 2009. MillionTreesNYC, Green infrastructure, and urban ecology: building a research agenda. MillionTreesNYC, Green infrastructure, and urban ecology: building a research agenda. Report from the workshop. New York, NY: [Publisher unknown]. 44 p.

Svendsen, Erika 2009. Cultivating resilience: urban stewardship as a means to improving health and well-being. In: Campbell, Lindsay; Wiesen, Anne, eds. Restorative commons: creating health and well-being through urban landscapes. Gen. Tech Rep. NRS-P-39. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station: 58-87.

Green, Nicole L.; Cairo, Jennifer A. 2008. Fishing for improvements: managing fishing by boat on New York City water supply reservoirs and lakes. In: LeBlanc, Cherie; Vogt, Christine, comps. Proceedings of the 2007 northeastern recreation research symposium; 2007 April 15-17; Bolton Landing, NY. Gen. Tech. Rep. NRS-P-23. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station: 142-150.

Murdock, Peter S.; Jenkins, Jennifer C.; Birdsey, Richard A. 2008. 1.0 Executive summary. In: Murdoch, Peter S.; Jenkins, Jennifer C.; Birdsey, Richard A. The Delaware River Basin Collaborative Environmental Monitoring and Research Initiative. Gen. Tech. Rep. NRS-25. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station: 1-15.

Svendsen, Erika s.; Campbell, Lindsay K. 2008. Urban ecological stewardship: understanding the structure, function and network of community-based urban land management. Cities and the Environment. 1(1): 1-32.

Cairo, Jennifer A. 2007. Getting "boater" all the time: managing fishing by boat on New York city water supply reservoirs. In: Burns, R.; Robinson, K., comps. Proceedings of the 2006 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium; 2006 April 9-11; Bolton Landing, NY. Gen. Tech. Rep. NRS-P-14. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station: 384-392.

Svendsen, Erika S.; Campbell, Lindsay K.; Duong, Phu 2007. Land-markings: 12 Journeys through 9/11 Living Memorials [DVD]. Gen. Tech. Rep. NRS-3. Newton Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station. [DVD].

Svendsen, E.; Marshall, V.; Ufer, M.F. 2006. Urban field guide: applying social forestry observation techniques to the east coast megalopolis. AD Journal. 75(6): 26-31.

Svendsen, Erika S.; Campbell, Lindsay K. 2006. Land-markings: 12 Journeys through 9/11 Living Memorials. NRS-INF-1-06. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station. 49 p.

Svendsen, Erika S.; Campbell, Lindsay K. 2005. Living memorials project: year 1 social and site assessment. Gen. Tech. Rep. NE-333. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Research Station. 123 p.

 

Research and Reports by Field Station Partners

Simmons, Brady; Auyeung, Novem. 2017. MillionTreesNYC: Citywide Survivorship Assessment. City of New York Parks and Recreation.

Haight, C; Tobing, SL; Schuler, JA; Larson, M; McCarthy, K; Kriesberg, R; Yau, F; Palmer, MI. 2018. Japanese Knotweed Management in the Riparian Zone of the Bronx River. Ecological Restoration 34(4): 298-302.

Boman, Johanna. 2017. Environmental Stewardship Nurturing urban environmental stewardship – a case study of Greenpoint, Brooklyn New York. Masters Thesis. Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University, 71pps.

Landau, Laura F. 2017. "Place-Based Approaches to Community Resilience through Response, Recovery, and Preparedness." Master of Science in City and Regional Planning Thesis, School of Architecture, Pratt Institute. Posted with permission, 2017.01.11.

Sanderson, Eric; Gunther, Bram; Charlop-Powers, Sarah. 2016. New York City Nature Goals 2050. Natural Areas Conservancy. 23 p.

NYC Parks Natural Resources Group. 2015. Alley Creek Watershed Management and Habitat Restoration Plan, Executive Summary. City of New York Parks and Recreation.

Tobing, S.L., and Larson, M. 2015. Final Report on Fish Passage Construction at the East 182nd Street Dam, Bronx River. City of New York Parks and Recreation. January 2015.

City of New York Department of Parks and Recreation. 2014. Guidelines for Urban Forest Restoration. 150 p.

Small, Christopher; Lu, Jacqueline W.T. 2006. Estimation and vicarious validation of urban vegetation abundance by spectral mixture analysis. Remote Sensing of Environment 100 (2006) 441-456.

Additional Reports

(The following publications have not been formally peer reviewed according to standards required for Forest Service research publications or those conducted by technical journals.)

 

Auyeung, D.S. Novem; Campbell, Lindsay K.; Johnson, Michelle; Sonti, Nancy Falxa; Svendsen, Erika. 2016. Reading the Landscape: Park Profiles 2013 - 2014. Social Assessment White Paper No. 3. (34 MB)

Klenosky, David B.; Snyder, Stephanie; Vogt, Christine A.; Campbell, Lindsay; Svendsen, Erika S.; Schroeder, Herbert W.; Flanagan, Rich; Popper, Deborah. 2012. 2011 Staten Island/Freshkills Parks resident survey: data report. Unpublished report. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station. 62 p.

Svendsen, Erika; Campbell, Lindsay; Sonti, Nancy; Johnson, Michelle. 2015. Reading the Landscape : A Social Assessment of Parks and their Natural Areas in Jamaica Bay Communities. White Paper, Part I: Social Assessment Overview (4 MB)

Falxa-Raymond, Nancy; Campbell, Lindsay K. 2013. East New York Farms! Youth Internship Alumni Evaluation Report.

Fisher, Dana L.; Connolly, James J.; Svendsen, Erika S.; Campbell, Lindsay K. 2011. DIGGING TOGETHER: Why people volunteer to help plant one million trees in New York City. Environmental Stewardship Project at the Center for Society and Environment of the University of Maryland White Paper #2. 36 p.

Fisher, Dana L.; Connolly, James J.; Svendsen, Erika S.; Campbell, Lindsay K. 2010. Who Volunteers to Steward the Urban Forest in New York City? An analysis of participants in MillionTreesNYC planting events. Environmental Stewardship Project White Paper #1. 33 p.

Maddox, David, comp. ed. 2010. Supporting success: Making the transition to green collar jobs. New York, NY: MilliontreesNYC. 24 p. Unpublished report.

MillionTreesNYC Advisory Board Research & Evaluation Subcommittee. 2009. MillionTreesNYC, Green Infrastructure, and Urban Ecology: Building a Research Agenda. Report from the May 2009 Research Workshop

Campbell, Lindsay. 2008. Bronx Youth Urban Forestry Empowerment Program Evaluation.

Campbell, Lindsay K. 2007. New York City's Forgotten Industrial Waterway: Assessment, Goals, and Indicators for Long-term Sustainability of the Newtown Creek.

Campbell, Lindsay Kathleen. 2006. Civil Society Strategies on Urban Waterways: Stewardship, Contention, and Coalition Building. Master of Science in City Planning Thesis. Department of Urban Studies and Planning, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Grove, J. Morgan; O'Neil-Dunne, Jarlath; Pelletier, Keith; Nowak, David; Walton, Jeff. 2006. A Report on New York City's Present and Possible Urban Tree Canopy.

Svendsen, Erika; Campbell, Lindsay. 2005. The Urban Ecology Collaborative Assessment: Understanding the Structure, Function, and Network of Local Environmental Stewardship.

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Research Posters

Johnson, M.L., Campbell, L.K., Svendsen, E.S., Westphal, L., Fisher, C., Grove, J.M., Romolini, M., Locke, D., Fisher, D., Connolly, J., Waggle, J., and Wolf, K. 2015. Comparative analysis of environmental stewardship mapping in four U.S. cities: New York City, Chicago, Baltimore, and Seattle. Poster presented at Urban Environmental Stewardship Conference, University of Maryland, April 17, 2015.

Johnson, M.L., McMillen, H., Svendsen, E. and Campbell, L.K. Exploring an Emerging Interdisciplinary Process: A Socio-Ecological Assessment of New York City Parks. Poster presented at Ecology Society of America conference, Baltimore, MD. August 10, 2015.

Campbell, L.K., Svendsen, E.S., Johnson, M.L., and Auyeung. Engagement in, potential for, and barriers to stewardship among New York City park users. Poster presented at Urban Environmental Stewardship Conference, University of Maryland, April 17, 2015.

Webinars

Canadian institute of Forestry / Institut Forestier du Canada National Electronic Lectures - Urban Forestry E-Lecture Series hosted in collaboration with Tree Canada. November 16, 2017. E-Lecture presented by Lindsay K Campbell - NYC Urban Field Station "STEW-MAP as a Tool for Urban Forest Stewardship and Community Resiliency”

Resilient Cities: Strengthening resilience through green space and stewardship with Samuel Carter, The Rockefeller Foundation and Lindsay Campbell, USDA Forest Service. (June 2015)

Social Networks and Knowledge Systems for Urban Stewardship and Sustainability with Tischa A. Muñoz-Erickson, USDA Forest Service and Erika S Svendsen, USDA Forest Service. (January 2015)

U.S. Forest Service. 2013. Increasing access to food in urban agroecosystems – food security, foraging, and urban green space managing in an era of changing climates. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Urban Natural Resources Institute. [webcast]. Available at http://www.unri.org/webcasts/international/ (Accessed Sept. 4, 2013).

STEW-MAP: Understanding Urban Environmental Stewardship in New York City with Erika S. Svendsen and Lindsay K. Campbell, for the Woodland Owner Networks. (April 2009)

The Restoration of Fresh Kills from Landfill to Park: Setting a Research agenda, introduction by Erika. S. Svendsen and Lindsay K. Campbell, U.S. Forest Service, Northern Research Station, with Eloise Hirsh and Carrie Grassi, NYC Department of Parks and Recreation (March 2009)

STEW-MAP: Using social-spatial-network analysis to understand urban environmental stewardship in New York City and beyond, with Lindsay Campbell and Erika Svendsen, US Forest Service, Northern Research Station, New York City. (May 2008)

Living Memorials Project Update with Erika Svendsen and Lindsay Campbell Northern Research Station, New York City. (September 2006)

Curriculum

Environmental Education: Trans-disciplinary Approaches to Addressing Wicked Problems - Global online course from Cornell University features case study and lecture from NYC UFS researchers. Spring 2016. In addition to the MOOC, now all the lectures are available directly on YouTube. View an index with links to lectures.

 

GIS Analysis of New York City's Ecology: Using spatial analysis tools to help with New York City's million tree campaign

Fall semester 2008 at University of Vermont

Instructors:
Austin Troy, J. Morgan Grove (US Forest Service) and Jarlath O'Neil-Dunne (University of Vermont)

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