Catherine Brinkley
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World livestock 2011-livestock in food security.
A McLeod
World livestock 2011-livestock in food security., 2011
Evaluating the benefits of peri-urban agriculture
C Brinkley
Journal of Planning literature 27 (3), 259-269, 2012
The hidden history of food system planning
D Vitiello, C Brinkley
Journal of Planning History 13 (2), 91-112, 2014
Avenues into food planning: A review of scholarly food system research
C Brinkley
International Planning Studies 18 (2), 243-266, 2013
Exploring the concept of agroecological food systems in a city-region context
M Vaarst, AG Escudero, MJ Chappell, C Brinkley, R Nijbroek, NAM Arraes, ...
Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems 42 (6), 686-711, 2018
Visualizing the social and geographical embeddedness of local food systems
C Brinkley
Journal of Rural Studies 54, 314-325, 2017
From farm to nuisance: Animal agriculture and the rise of planning regulation
C Brinkley, D Vitiello
Journal of planning history 13 (2), 113-135, 2014
Tick-borne encephalitis virus natural foci emerge in western Sweden
C Brinkley, P Nolskog, I Golovljova, Å Lundkvist, T Bergström
International Journal of Medical Microbiology 298, 73-80, 2008
The small world of the alternative food network
C Brinkley
Sustainability 10 (8), 2921, 2018
Hardin’s imagined tragedy is pig shit: A call for planning to recenter the commons
C Brinkley
Planning Theory 19 (1), 127-144, 2020
Culturing food deserts: recognizing the power of community-based solutions
C Brinkley, S Raj, M Horst
Built Environment 43 (3), 328-342, 2017
It takes a community to raise the prevalence of a zoonotic pathogen
D Brisson, C Brinkley, PT Humphrey, BD Kemps, RS Ostfeld
Interdisciplinary perspectives on infectious diseases 2011, 2011
Decoupled: successful planning policies in countries that have reduced per capita greenhouse gas emissions with continued economic growth
C Brinkley
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 32 (6), 1083-1099, 2014
Energy next door: A meta-analysis of energy infrastructure impact on housing value
C Brinkley, A Leach
Energy Research & Social Science 50, 51-65, 2019
Magnetic resonance imaging at 9.4 T as a tool for studying neural anatomy in non-vertebrates
CK Brinkley, NH Kolodny, SJ Kohler, DC Sandeman, BS Beltz
Journal of neuroscience methods 146 (1), 124-132, 2005
The ebb and flow of planning specializations
C Brinkley, C Hoch
Journal of Planning Education and Research 41 (1), 79-93, 2021
“If you Build it with them, they will come”: What makes a supermarket intervention successful in a food desert?
C Brinkley, C Chrisinger, Benjamin, Glennie, J Flores
Journal of Public Affairs, 2019
Fringe benefits: adding rugosity to the urban interface in theory and practice
C Brinkley
Journal of Planning Literature 33 (2), 143-154, 2018
Feeding cities: Charting a research and practice agenda toward food security
C Brinkley, E Birch, A Keating
Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development 3 (4), 81–87 …, 2013
High rugosity cities: The geographic, economic and regulatory pathology of America’s most non-concentric urban areas
C Brinkley
Land Use Policy 73, 215-224, 2018
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