Cities and the Environment publishes peer-reviewed scholarship on urban ecology research and urban ecology education.
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Eric Strauss , Loyola Marymount University
President's Professor of Biology
Seaver College of Science & Engineering
USDA Forest Service
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Current Issue: Volume 7, Issue 1 (2014) Urban Long-Term Research Area Exploratory Awards (ULTRA-Ex)
Special Topic Articles: Urban Long-Term Research Area Exploratory Awards (ULTRA-Ex)
What Does It Take to Achieve Equitable Urban Tree Canopy Distribution? A Boston Case Study.
Rachel S. Danford, Chingwen Cheng, Michael W. Strohbach, Robert Ryan, Craig Nicolson, and Paige S. Warren
Characteristics of Stewardship in the Chicago Wilderness Region
Lynne M. Westphal, Amelie Y. Davis, Cindy Copp, Laurel M. Ross, Mark J. Bouman, Cherie L. Fisher, Mark K. Johnston, Marc Lambruschi, and Erika Hasle
Toward a New Normal: Trauma, Diversity, and the New Orleans Urban Long-Term Research Area Exploratory (ULTRA-Ex) Project
Kevin F. Gotham, Mike Blum, and Richard Campanella
Paradoxes in Landscape Management and Water Conservation: Examining Neighborhood Norms and Institutional Forces
Kelli L. Larson and Jaleila Brumand
Rodenticide Exposure Among Endangered Kit Foxes Relative to Habitat Use in an Urban Landscape
Brian L. Cypher, Stella C. McMillin, Tory L. Westall, Christine Van Horn Job, Robert C. Hosea, Brian J. Finlayson, and Erica C. Kelly
Creating Spatially-Explicit Lawn Maps Without Classifying Remotely-Sensed Imagery: The case of suburban Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Nicholas M. Giner, Colin Polsky, Robert G. Pontius Jr., Daniel M. Runfola, and Samuel J. Ratick