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Biodiversity and infrastructure interact to drive tourism to and within Costa Rica

Alejandra Echeverri, Jeffrey R. Smith, Dylan MacArthur-Waltz, Katherine S. Lauck, Christopher B. Anderson, Rafael Monge Vargas, Irene Alvarado Quesada, Spencer A. Wood, Rebecca Chaplin-Kramer, & Gretchen C. Daily. (2022). Biodiversity and infrastructure interact to drive tourism to and within Costa Rica. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119: e2107662119.

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Making Healthy Places, Second Edition: Designing and Building for Well-Being, Equity, and Sustainability

Nisha D. Botchwey, Andrew Dannenberg, and Howard Frumkin (2022). Making Healthy Places, Second Edition: Designing and Building for Well-Being, Equity, and Sustainability.

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Advancing sustainable development and protected area management with social media-based tourism data

Sana Suse, Afra Mashhadi, & Spencer A Wood. (2021). Advancing sustainable development and protected area management with social media-based tourism data. Sustainability 13:2427.

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Associations of residential brownness and greenness with fasting glucose in young healthy adults living in the desert

Hector A. Olvera-Alvarez, Matthew H. E. M. Browning, A. M. Neophytou, Gregory N. Bratman (2021). Associations of residential brownness and greenness with fasting glucose in young healthy adults living in the desert. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health

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Climate adaptation actions for urban forests and human health

Maria K. Janowiak, Leslie A. Brandt, Kathleen L. Wolf, Mattison Brady, Lindsay Darling, Abigail Derby Lewis, Robert T. Fahey, Kristen Giesting, Eboni Hall, Molly Henry, Maisie Hughes, Kailey Marcinkowski, Todd Ontl, Annamarie Rutledge, Lydia Scott, and Christopher W. Swanston. Forest Service U.S. Department of Agriculture. (2021). Climate adaptation actions for urban forests and human health.

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Affective reactions to losses and gains in biodiversity: Testing a prospect theory approach

Mathew P. White, Gregory Bratman, Sabine Pahl, Gerald Young, Deborah Cracknell, and Lewis R. Elliott (2020). Affective reactions to losses and gains in biodiversity: Testing a prospect theory approach. Journal of Environmental Psychology.

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Relatively wild urban parks can promote human resilience and flourishing: a case study of Discovery Park, Seattle, Washington

Elizabeth Lev; Peter H. Kahn Jr.; Hanzi Chen; and Garrett Esperum (29 January 2020). Relatively wild urban parks can promote human resilience and flourishing: a case study of Discovery Park, Seattle, Washington.

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Results from an 18 country cross-sectional study examining experiences of nature for people with common mental health disorders

Michelle Tester-Jones, Mathew P. White, Lewis R. Elliott, Netta Weinstein, James Grellier, Theo Economou, Gregory N. Bratman, Anne Cleary, Mireia Gascon, Kalevi M. Korpela, Mark Nieuwenhuijsen, Aisling O’Connor, Ann Ojala, Matilda van den Bosch & Lora E. Fleming (2020). Results from an 18 country cross-sectional study examining experiences of nature for people with common mental health disorders. Scientific reports.

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Uses and limitations of social media to inform visitor use management in parks and protected areas: a systematic review

Emily J. Wilkins, Spencer A Wood, Jordan W Smith (2020). Uses and limitations of social media to inform visitor use management in parks and protected areas: a systematic review. Environmental Management.

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Social-ecological and technological factors moderate the value of urban nature

Bonnie L. Keeler, Perrine Hamel, Timon McPhearson, Maike H. Hamann, Marie L. Donahue, Kelly A. Meza Prado, Katie K. Arkema, Gregory N. Bratman, Kate A. Brauman, Jacques C. Finlay, Anne D. Guerry, Sarah E. Hobbie, Justin A. Johnson, Justin A, Graham K. MacDonald, Robert I. McDonald, Nick Neverisky, and Spencer A. Wood. (2019). Social-ecological and technological factors moderate the value of urban nature. Nature Sustainability.

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Geolocated social media as a rapid indicator of park visitation and equitable park access

Zoé A. Hamstead, David Fisher, Rositsa T. Ilieva, Spencer A. Wood, Timon McPhearson, Peleg Kremer, Peleg. (2018). Geolocated social media as a rapid indicator of park visitation and equitable park access. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems.

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Trends and Knowledge Gaps in the Study of Nature-Based Participation by Latinos in the United States

Pooja S. Tandon, Lauren M. Kuehne, and Julian D. Olden (2018). Trends and Knowledge Gaps in the Study of Nature-Based Participation by Latinos in the United States, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.

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