Landscape Architecture and Regional & Community Planning

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Landscape Architecture and Regional & Community Planning

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  • Kim, Hyung Jin; Heinrich, Katie M.
    A growing body of evidence supports the association between the built environment and children walking to school (WTS), but few studies have compared WTS behaviors in cities of different sizes. This case-comparison study ...
  • Swehla, Tyler; Taylor, Morgan; Shy, Kelsie; Jagles, Emily; Allen, Taylor; Fiala, Abigail; Jackman, Sarah; Rose, Katelyn; Vallo, Laura; Stucki, Lindsay; Knight, Jonathan; Tucker, Tyler; Steward, Kelsey; Kellams, Timothy; Bernal, Kaitlin; Bruns, Conner; Armstrong, Haley; Heidt, Neal (Kansas State University, )
    Beginning in the 1950s, many American cities experienced significant population decline in their urban core. The reasons for decline include local, regional and federal policies, housing preferences, social issues, racial ...
  • Keane, Timothy D.; Kim, Jae Hong; Bernard, Eric (2015-02-06)
    The Political Fragmentation Indicator Database is an outcome of the NSF CNH-Ex #1114931: Political Fragmentation in Local Governance and Water Resource Management project. The database contains a range of metrics that ...
  • Gibson, Huston J. (2014-12-03)
    This manuscript explores the notion of the middle. Whether discussing birth order, cars, housing, or schools, first and last seems to overshadow the middle. In particular, when investigating K-12 public schools and their ...
  • Belanger, Blake; Hahn, Howard D. (Kansas State University. College of Architecture, Planning & Design, Department of Landscape Architecture and Regional & Community Planning, 2014-11-17)
    The 2014 “Visions in the Ville” summer studio explored Aggieville’s potential as the community looks toward the future. The studio spanned eight weeks and was offered by the Department of Landscape Architecture and Regional ...

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