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Land Recycling, Community Revitalization, and Distributive Politics: An Analysis of EPA Brownfields Program Support
This article examines social, economic, and political factors influencing the distribution of resources to local governments under the EPA Brownfields Program, an innovative federal effort to encourage the remediation and ...
Addressing the Contribution of Indirect Potable Reuse to Inland Freshwater Salinization
Inland freshwater salinity is rising worldwide, a phenomenon called the freshwater salinization syndrome (FSS). We investigate a potential conflict between managing the FSS and indirect potable reuse, the practice of ...
Epistemological Framework for Computer Simulations in Building Science Research: Insights from Theory and Practice
Computer simulations are widely used within the area of building science research. Building science research deals with the physical phenomena that affect buildings, including heat and mass transfer, lighting and acoustic ...
Tweeting the High Line Life: A Social Media Lens on Urban Green Spaces
The objective of this study is to investigate elevated parks as urban green spaces using social media data analytics. Two popular elevated parks, the High Line Park in New York and the 606 in Chicago, were selected as the ...
Urban Planning Academics: Tweets and Citations
This article discusses the relationship between Twitter usage and scholarly citations by urban planning academics in the U.S. and Canada. Social media and academic publications may be considered separate activities by some, ...