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Psychological Park Accessibility: A Systematic Literature Review of Perceptual Components Affecting Park Use
Landscape Research
Keunhyun Park

iSAW: Integrating Structure, Actors, and Water to Study Socio-Hydro-Ecological Systems
Earth’s Future, vol. 3, issue 3
Rebecca L. Hale, et. al.

Pedestrian Safety and the Built Environment: A Review of the Risk Factors
Journal of Planning Literature, forthcoming
Reid Ewing, et. al.

Arts Stability and Growth amid Redevelopment in U.S. Shrinking Cities’ Downtowns: A Case Study
Economic Development Quarterly
Joanna Ganning

Varying influences of the built environment on household travel in 15 diverse regions of the United States 
Urban Studies
Reid Ewing, et. al.

Measuring Sprawl and Its Impacts: An Update
Journal of Planning Education and Research
Shima Hamidi & Reid Ewing

Desire for Smart Growth: a Residential Choice Survey of Stated Preferences in the Salt Lake Region, Utah
Housing Policy Debate
Guang Tian & Reid Ewing

The Divergent City: Unequal and Uneven Development in Shrinking Cities
Urban Geography
J. Rosie Tighe & Joanna Ganning

Urban Sprawl as a Risk Factor in Motor Vehicle Crashes
Urban Studies
Reid Ewing, et. al.

Assessing the feasibility of side yard programs as a solution to land vacancy in U.S. shrinking cities 
Urban Affairs Review
Joanna Ganning & J. Rosie Tighe

The Link between Professional Performing Arts and Knowledge Class Growth: Implications for Metropolitan Economic Development
Economic Development Quarterly
Arthur C. Nelson, et. al.

A longitudinal study of changes in urban sprawl between 2000 and 2010 in the United States
Landscape and Urban Planning, vol. 128
Shima Hamidi & Reid Ewing

Effects of Light-Rail Transit on Traffic in a Travel Corridor
Journal of Public Transportation
Reid Ewing, et. al.

Goals, Challenges, and Capacity of Regional Data Portals in the U.S.: An Updated Understanding of Long Standing Discussions
Journal of Urban Technology, vol. 21, issue 4
Joanna Ganning, et. al.

Relationship between urban sprawl and physical activity, obesity, and morbidity – Update and refinement
Health and Place, vol. 26
Reid Ewing, et. al.

Combined Effect of Compact Development, Transportation Investments, and Road User Pricing on Vehicle Miles Traveled in Urbanized AreasTransportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportatin Research Board, No. 2397
Reid Ewing, et. al.

Structural equation models of VMT growth in US urbanised areas
Urban Studies
Reid Ewing, et. al.

Sprawl, Obesity, and Cancer Mortality in the United States: Cross-Sectional Analysis and Methodological Challenges
International Health Geographics, vol. 13(2)
Reid Ewing, et. al.

The Impact of Urban Form on U.S. Residential Energy Use
Housing Policy Debate, vol. 19, issue 1
Reid Ewing & Fang Rong

Relationship Between Urban Sprawl and Weight of United States Youth
American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 2006, 31(6)
Reid Ewing, PhD, Ross C. Brownson, PhD, David Berrigan, PhD

Travel and the Built Environment: A Meta Analysis
Journal of the American Planning Association, Summer 2010, Vol. 76, No. 3
Reid Ewing and Robert Cervero

Travel and the Built Environment: A Synthesis
Transportation Research Record 1780, Paper No. 01-3515
Reid Ewing and Robert Cervero

Measuring Sprawl and Its Transportation Impacts
Transportation Research Record 1831, Paper No. 03-4195
Reid Ewing, Rolf Pendall, and Don Chen

School Location and Student Travel: Analysis of Factors Affecting Mode Choice
Transportation Research Record 1895
Reid Ewing, William Schroeer, and William Greene

Growing Cooler: The Evidence on Urban Development and Climate Change
Urban Land Institute
Reid Ewing, Keith Bartholomew, Steve Winkelman, Jerry Walters, and Don Chen

Is Los Angeles-Style Sprawl Desirable?
Journal of the American Planning Association, Winter 1997, 63(1)
Reid Ewing

Relationship Between Urban Sprawl and Physical Activity, Obesity, and Morbidity
American Journal of Health Promotion, September/October 2003, Vol. 18, No. 1
Reid Ewing, Tom Schmid, Richard Killingsworth, Amy Zlot, and Stephen Raudenbush

Urban Sprawl as a Risk Factor in Motor Vehicle Occupant and Pedestrian Fatalities
American Journal of Public Health, September 2003, Vol 93, No. 9
Reid Ewing, PhD, Richard A. Schieber, MD, MPH, and Charles V. Zegeer, MS