Kirsten Schwarz
Kirsten Schwarz
Associate Professor of Urban Planning and Environmental Health Sciences, UCLA
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Spatial heterogeneity in urban ecosystems: reconceptualizing land cover and a framework for classification
ML Cadenasso, STA Pickett, K Schwarz
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 5 (2), 80-88, 2007
Trees grow on money: urban tree canopy cover and environmental justice
K Schwarz, M Fragkias, CG Boone, W Zhou, M McHale, JM Grove, ...
PloS one 10 (4), e0122051, 2015
Chemical, physical, and biological characteristics of urban soils
RV Pouyat, K Szlavecz, ID Yesilonis, PM Groffman, K Schwarz
Urban ecosystem ecology 55, 119-152, 2010
Landscape, vegetation characteristics, and group identity in an urban and suburban watershed: why the 60s matter
CG Boone, ML Cadenasso, JM Grove, K Schwarz, GL Buckley
Urban Ecosystems 13 (3), 255-271, 2010
Data and methods comparing social structure and vegetation structure of urban neighborhoods in Baltimore, Maryland
J Morgan Grove, ML Cadenasso, WR Burch Jr, STA Pickett, K Schwarz, ...
Society and Natural Resources 19 (2), 117-136, 2006
The effects of the urban built environment on the spatial distribution of lead in residential soils
K Schwarz, STA Pickett, RG Lathrop, KC Weathers, RV Pouyat, ...
Environmental pollution 163, 32-39, 2012
Quantifying spatial heterogeneity in urban landscapes: integrating visual interpretation and object-based classification
W Zhou, ML Cadenasso, K Schwarz, STA Pickett
Remote Sensing 6 (4), 3369-3386, 2014
Determination of sulfate, nitrate, and chloride in throughfall using ion-exchange resins
SM Simkin, DN Lewis, KC Weathers, GM Lovett, K Schwarz
Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 153 (1), 343-354, 2004
Ecology for the shrinking city
DL Herrmann, K Schwarz, WD Shuster, A Berland, BC Chaffin, ...
Bioscience 66 (11), 965-973, 2016
The role of interface organizations in science communication and understanding
DL Osmond, NM Nadkarni, CT Driscoll, E Andrews, AJ Gold, SRB Allred, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 8 (6), 306-313, 2010
How environmental justice patterns are shaped by place: terrain and tree canopy in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
A Berland, K Schwarz, DL Herrmann, ME Hopton
Cities and the Environment (CATE) 8 (1), 1, 2015
Growing gardens in shrinking cities: A solution to the soil lead problem?
K Schwarz, BB Cutts, JK London, ML Cadenasso
Sustainability 8 (2), 141, 2016
Green, but not just? Rethinking environmental justice indicators in shrinking cities
K Schwarz, A Berland, DL Herrmann
Sustainable Cities and Society 41, 816-821, 2018
Legacies of lead in charm city’s soil: Lessons from the Baltimore ecosystem study
K Schwarz, RV Pouyat, I Yesilonis
International journal of environmental research and public health 13 (2), 209, 2016
A comparison of three empirically based, spatially explicit predictive models of residential soil Pb concentrations in Baltimore, Maryland, USA: understanding the variability …
K Schwarz, KC Weathers, STA Pickett, RG Lathrop, RV Pouyat, ...
Environmental geochemistry and health 35 (4), 495-510, 2013
Mapping urban landscape heterogeneity: agreement between visual interpretation and digital classification approaches
W Zhou, K Schwarz, ML Cadenasso
Landscape ecology 25 (1), 53-67, 2010
Weaving community-university research and action partnerships for environmental justice
JK London, K Schwarz, ML Cadenasso, BB Cutts, C Mason Jr, J Lim, ...
Action Research 16 (2), 173-189, 2018
Moving dirt: Soil, lead, and the dynamic spatial politics of urban gardening
BB Cutts, JK London, S Meiners, K Schwarz, ML Cadenasso
Local Environment 22 (8), 998-1018, 2017
Agroecology for the shrinking city
DL Herrmann, WC Chuang, K Schwarz, TM Bowles, AS Garmestani, ...
Sustainability 10 (3), 675, 2018
The provision of urban ecosystem services throughout the private-social-public domain: a conceptual framework
A Ossola, L Schifman, DL Herrmann, AS Garmestani, K Schwarz, ...
Cities and the Environment 11 (1), 1, 2018
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