Ward Lyles PhD, AICP
Ward Lyles PhD, AICP
Associate Professor of Urban Planning, School of Public Affairs and Administration, University of
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Planning for resiliency: Evaluation of state hazard mitigation plans under the disaster mitigation act
P Berke, G Smith, W Lyles
Natural Hazards Review 13 (2), 139, 2012
Plan quality evaluation 1994–2012: Growth and contributions, limitations, and new directions
W Lyles, M Stevens
Journal of Planning Education and Research 34 (4), 433-450, 2014
Measuring and reporting intercoder reliability in plan quality evaluation research
MR Stevens, W Lyles, PR Berke
Journal of Planning Education and Research 34 (1), 77-93, 2014
The uses of social network analysis in planning: A review of the literature
CS Dempwolf, LW Lyles
Journal of Planning Literature 27 (1), 3-21, 2012
Impacts of federal and state hazard mitigation policies on local land use policy
PR Berke, W Lyles, G Smith
Journal of Planning Education and Research 34 (1), 60-76, 2014
Do planners matter? Examining factors driving incorporation of land use approaches into hazard mitigation plans
LW Lyles, P Berke, G Smith
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 57 (5), 792-811, 2014
A comparison of local hazard mitigation plan quality in six states, USA
W Lyles, P Berke, G Smith
Landscape and urban planning 122, 89-99, 2014
Local plan implementation: Assessing conformance and influence of local plans in the United States
W Lyles, P Berke, G Smith
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 43 (2), 381-400, 2016
Public risks and the challenges to climate-change adaptation: A proposed framework for planning in the age of uncertainty
P Berke, W Lyles
Cityscape, 181-208, 2013
Where to begin municipal climate adaptation planning? Evaluating two local choices
W Lyles, P Berke, KH Overstreet
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 61 (11), 1994-2014, 2018
The role of hazard mitigation planning in building local capacity and commitment: A tale of six states
G Smith, W Lyles, PR Berke
International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters 31 (2), 178-203, 2013
Using social network analysis to examine planner involvement in environmentally oriented planning processes led by non-planning professions
W Lyles
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 58 (11), 1961-1987, 2015
Who cares? Arnstein’s ladder, the emotional paradox of public engagement, and (re) imagining planning as caring
W Lyles, S Swearingen White
Journal of the American Planning Association 85 (3), 287-300, 2019
Assessing the relationship between hazard mitigation plan quality and rural status in a cohort of 57 counties from 3 states in the southeastern US
JA Horney, AI Naimi, W Lyles, M Simon, D Salvesen, P Berke
Challenges 3 (2), 183-193, 2012
The prospect of compassionate planning
W Lyles, SS White, BD Lavelle
Journal of Planning Literature 33 (3), 247-266, 2018
Evaluation of local hazard mitigation plan quality
W Lyles, P Berke, G Smith
Report to the Department of Homeland Security, Chapel Hill, NC, 2012
The unexamined staff report: results from an evaluation of a national sample
BJ Johnson, W Lyles
Journal of the American Planning Association 82 (1), 22-36, 2016
Conversion of Abandoned Property to Green Space as a Strategy to Mitigate the Urban Heat Island Investigated with Numerical Simulations
TJ Cady, DA Rahn, NA Brunsell, W Lyles
Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 59 (11), 1827-1843, 2020
A General Framework for Analyzing Planning for Community Resiliency
PR Berke, W Lyles
The Routledge Handbook of Urban Disaster Resilience, 92-108, 2019
Jazz on Tulsa Time: The Remarkable Story of the Network of Flood Mitigation Champions behind the Tulsa Turnaround
W Lyles, P Pennel, R Riley
Natural Hazards Review 22 (4), 04021031, 2021
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