Evidence of Surface Connectivity for Texas Gulf Coast Wetlands
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Published in Wetlands – March 2011
This paper is one of the first in the nation to make the case for a “significant nexus” for an entire class of wetlands.
Watersheds, Walkability, and Stormwater
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Published in Stormwater – Jan-Feb 2011
Coastal Hazards and Smart Growth
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Published in Zoning Practice – Jan 2011
Can Houston Feed Itself?
(only if we can walk to the farm!)
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Published in Cite, The Archtecture and Design Review of Houston. Fall 2009, p48
Stormwater Wetlands for the Texas Gulf Coast
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Is Denser Greener? An evaluation of higher density development as an urban stormwater-quality best management practice. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. June 2009.
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A discussion and reply from the December issue – 134 Kb
The Resilient Coast: Policy frameworks for adapting coastal Wetlands to Climate
Change and Growth in Coastal Areas of the U.S. Gulf of Mexico
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Urban Parks: The Value of Small Urban Parks, Plazas and Other Outdoor Spaces
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Urban Parks Urban Parks:
The Value of Small Urban Parks, Plazas and Other Outdoor Spaces
Freshwater Wetland Loss, Lower Galveston Bay Watershed
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This is THE book for learning about Texas Coastal Wetlands. If you want a copy, contact me!
On-line version: www.TexasWetlands.org
- Testimony before the Texas House Subcommittee on Sprawl (PDF)
(Land and Resource Management Committee) hearing in Sugar Land, Texas, May 16, 2002.
- Anticipated Local Response to Sea Level Rise Along the Texas Coast (PDF)