Abigail York
Abigail York
Professor of Public Policy and Governance, Arizona State University
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Land fragmentation due to rapid urbanization in the Phoenix Metropolitan Area: Analyzing the spatiotemporal patterns and drivers
MK Shrestha, AM York, CG Boone, S Zhang
Applied Geography 32 (2), 522-531, 2012
Land use policy and landscape fragmentation in an urbanizing region: Assessing the impact of zoning
DK Munroe, C Croissant, AM York
Applied Geography 25 (2), 121-141, 2005
Cognitive and institutional influences on farmers’ adaptive capacity: insights into barriers and opportunities for transformative change in central Arizona
H Eakin, A York, R Aggarwal, S Waters, J Welch, C Rubiņos, ...
Regional environmental change 16 (3), 801-814, 2016
Land fragmentation under rapid urbanization: A cross-site analysis of Southwestern cities
AM York, M Shrestha, CG Boone, S Zhang, JA Harrington, TJ Prebyl, ...
Urban Ecosystems 14 (3), 429-455, 2011
Ethnic and class clustering through the ages: a transdisciplinary approach to urban neighbourhood social patterns
AM York, ME Smith, BW Stanley, BL Stark, J Novic, SL Harlan, GL Cowgill, ...
Urban Studies 48 (11), 2399-2415, 2011
Six fundamental aspects for conceptualizing multidimensional urban form: A spatial mapping perspective
EA Wentz, AM York, M Alberti, L Conrow, H Fischer, L Inostroza, C Jantz, ...
Landscape and Urban Planning 179, 55-62, 2018
An empirical evaluation of private landowner participation in voluntary forest conservation programs
D Kauneckis, AM York
Environmental Management 44 (3), 468-484, 2009
Influence of governance structure on green stormwater infrastructure investment
KG Hopkins, NB Grimm, AM York
Environmental Science & Policy 84, 124-133, 2018
Service access in premodern cities: an exploratory comparison of spatial equity
BW Stanley, TJ Dennehy, ME Smith, BL Stark, AM York, GL Cowgill, ...
Journal of Urban History 42 (1), 121-144, 2016
Rules, norms, and injustice: a cross-cultural study of perceptions of justice in water institutions
A Wutich, A Brewis, AM York, R Stotts
Society & Natural Resources 26 (7), 795-809, 2013
Double exposure in the Sunbelt: the sociospatial distribution of vulnerability in Phoenix, Arizona
B Bolin, JD Barreto, M Hegmon, L Meierotto, A York
Urbanization and sustainability, 159-178, 2013
A comparative gradient approach as a tool for understanding and managing urban ecosystems
CG Boone, E Cook, SJ Hall, ML Nation, NB Grimm, CB Raish, DM Finch, ...
Urban Ecosystems 15 (4), 795-807, 2012
Urban encroachment, forest regrowth and land-use institutions: Does zoning matter?
AM York, DK Munroe
Land Use Policy 27 (2), 471-479, 2010
Jobs, Houses, and Trees: Changing Regional Structure, Local Land‐Use Patterns, and Forest Cover in Southern Indiana
DK Munroe, AM York
Growth and Change 34 (3), 299-320, 2003
Methodological advances in the spatial analysis of land fragmentation
S Zhang, AM York, CG Boone, M Shrestha
The Professional Geographer 65 (3), 512-526, 2013
Shared cultural norms for justice in water institutions: Results from Fiji, Ecuador, Paraguay, New Zealand, and the US
A Wutich, AM York, A Brewis, R Stotts, CM Roberts
Journal of environmental management 113, 370-376, 2012
The emergence of an environmental governance network: the case of the Arizona borderlands
M Schoon, A York, A Sullivan, J Baggio
Regional Environmental Change 17 (3), 677-689, 2017
Diversity of incentives for private forest landowners: An assessment of programs in Indiana, USA
AM York, MA Janssen, LA Carlson
Land Use Policy 23 (4), 542-550, 2006
Zoning and land use: A tale of incompatibility and environmental injustice in early Phoenix
A York, J Tuccillo, C Boone, BOB Bolin, L Gentile, B Schoon, K Kane
Journal of Urban Affairs 36 (5), 833-853, 2014
A spatio-temporal view of historical growth in Phoenix, Arizona, USA
K Kane, J Tuccillo, AM York, L Gentile, Y Ouyang
Landscape and urban planning 121, 70-80, 2014
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