Explaining Local Commitment to Climate Change Policy in the United States. (PDF format, 584 KB). Zahran, S., Brody, S. D., Vedlitz, A., Grover, H, and Miller, C. (2008). Environment and Planning C 26(3): 544-562.

A Spatial Analysis of Local Climate Change Policy in the U.S.: Risk, Stress, and Opportunity. (PDF format, 1,438 KB). Brody, S. D., Zahran, Sammy, Grover, Himanshu, and A. Vedlitz. (2008). Landscape and Urban Planning 87(1): 33-41.

Social Vulnerability and The Natural and Built Environment: A Model of Flood Casualties in Texas, 1997-2001. (PDF format, 369 KB). Zahran, S., Brody, S.D., Peacock, W.G., and Vedlitz, A., *Grover, H. (2008). Disasters 32(4), doi:10.1111/j.0361-3666.2008.01054.x.

A Spatial-Temporal Analysis of Wetland Alteration in Texas and Florida: Thirteen Years of Impact Along the Coast. (PDF format, 766 KB). Brody, S.D., Davis, Stephen E. III, Highfield, Wesley E. and Bernhardt, Sarah. (2008). Wetlands 28(1): 107-116.

Youth Mortality by Forces of Nature. (PDF format, 369 KB). Zahran, S., Peek, L., Brody, S.D. (2008). Children, Youth, and Environments 18(1): 371-388.

Measuring Tsunami Planning Capacity on the U.S. Pacific Coast. (PDF format, 110 KB). Tang, Zhenghong, Lindell, M.K., Prater, C., and Brody, S.D. (2008). Journal of Planning Education and Research 9(2): 91-100.

Rationality, Inequity, and Civic Vitality: The Distribution of Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities in the Southeast. (PDF format, 250 KB). Zahran, S., Hastings, D., Brody, S.D. (2008). Society and Natural Resources 21(3): 179-196.

Risk, Stress, and Capacity: Explaining Metropolitan Commitment to Climate Protection. (PDF format, 872 KB). Zahran, S., Grover, H., Brody S.D., and Vedlitz, A. (2008).Urban Affairs Review 43: 475-496.

The rising costs of floods: Examining the impact of planning and development decisions on property damage in Florida. (PDF format, 4,163 KB). Brody, S.D., Zahran, S., Maghelal, P., Grover, H., and Highfield, W. (2007). Journal of the American Planning Association 73(3): 330-345.

Examining the Relationship between Physical Vulnerability and Perceptions of Global Climate Change in the U.S. (PDF format, 102 KB). Brody, S.D., Zahran, S, Vedlitz, A., and Grover, H. (2008). Environment and Behavior 40(1): 72-95.

Identifying the Impact of the Built Environment on Flood Damage in Texas. (PDF format, 390 KB). Brody, S.D., Zahran, S., Highfield, Wesley E., Grover, H., Vedlitz, A. Disasters, doi:10.1111/j.0361-3666.2007.01024.x.

Linking Particulate Matter and Sulfur Concentrations to Air Pollution Annoyance:  Problems of Measurement, Scale, and Control. (PDF format, 66 KB). Brody, S.D. and Zahran, S. (2007)International Journal of Epidemiology, doi: 10.1093/ije/dym143.

Examining the Relationship Between Wetland Alteration and Watershed Flooding in Texas and Florida. (PDF format, 290 KB) Brody, S.D., Wesley E. Highfield, Hyung-Cheal Ryu and Laura Spanel-Weber. (2007). Natural Hazards 40(2): 413-428.

A Multi-Criteria, Spatial Site Suitability Analysis for Oil and Gas Exploration in Texas State Coastal Waters. (PDF format, 481 KB) Samuel D. Brody, Himanshu Grover, Sara Bernhardt, Zhenghong Tang, Bianca Whitaker, and Colin Spencer. (2006). Environmental Management 38:597–617.

Climate Change Vulnerability and Policy Support. (PDF format, 212 KB) Sammy Zahran, Brody, S.D., Himanshu Grover, and Arnold Vedlitz. (2006). Society and Natural Resources 19:771–789.

Price of Permits: Measuring the Economic Impacts of Wetland Development on Flood Damages in Florida. (PDF format, 89 KB). Wesley E. Highfield and Brody,S.D. (2006). Natural Hazards Review 7(3): 123-130.

Measuring the Adoption of Local Sprawl Reduction Planning Policies in Florida. (PDF format, 441 KB) Brody, S.D., Virginia Carrasco, and Wesley E. Highfield. (2006). Journal of Planning Education and Research 25: 294-310.

Measuring the Educational Impacts of a Graduate Course on Sustainable Development. (PDF format, 87 KB) Brody, S.D. and Hyung-Cheal Ryu. (2006). Environmental Education Research 12(2): 179-199.

Examining the Impacts of a Graduate Course on Sustainable Development Using Ecological Footprint Analysis. (PDF format, 172 KB). Hyung-Cheal Ryu and S.D. Brody. (2006). International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education 7(2): 158-175.

Planning At the Urban Fringe: An Examination of the Factors Influencing Nonconforming Development Patterns in Southern Florida. (PDF format, ). Brody, S.D., Wesley E. Highfield, and Sara Thornton. (2006). Environment and Planning B 33: 75-96.

Does Planing Work? Testing the Implementation of Local Environment Planning in Florida. (PDF format, 3.520 KB). Brody, S.D., Highfield, W. (2005). Journal of the American Planning Association. 71(2): 159-176.

Examining the Role of the Forest Industry in Collaborative Ecosystem Management: Implications for Corporate Strategy. (PDF format, 78 KB). Dyke, J., Cash, S., Brody, S.D., Thornton, S. (2005) Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management 12: 10-18.

Motivatations For the Forestry Industry to Participate in Collaborative Ecosystem Management Initiatives. (PDF format, 149 KB). Brody, S.D., Cash, S., Dyke, J., Thornton, S. (2006). Forest Policy and Economics 8: 123-134.

Hurricane Risk Perceptions Among Florida’s Single Family Homeowners. (PDF format, 302 KB). Peacock, W.G., Brody, S.D. & *Highfield, W. (2005). Landscape and Urban Planning 73: 120-135.

Exploring the Mosaic of Perceptions of Water Quality across Watersheds in San Antonio, TX. (PDF format, 389 KB). Brody, S.D., Highfield, W. & Peck, M. (2005). Landscape and Urban Planning 73: 200-214 .

Examining Localized Patterns of Air Quality Perceptions in Texas: A Spatial and Statistical Analysis. (PDF format, 164 KB). Brody, S.D., Peck, M. & Highfield, W. (2004). Risk Analysis 24(6): 1561-1574.

Conflict on the Coast: Using Geographic Information Systems to Map Potential Environmental Disputes in Matagorda Bay, TX. (PDF format, 739 KB) Samuel D. Brody, et al. (2004) Environmental Management 43(1): 11-25.

Measuring the collective planning capabilities of local jurisdictions to manage ecological systems in southern Florida. (PDF format, 313 KB). Samuel Brody, Wes Highfield and Virginia Carrasco. (2004). Landscape and Urban Planning, 69, 33-50.

Does Location Matter? Measuring Environmental Perceptions of Creeks in Two San Antonio Watersheds. (PDF format, 298 KB). Samuel Brody, Wes Highfield and Letitia Alston. (2004). Environment and Behavior, 36(2), 229-250.

Evaluating Ecosystem Management Capabilities at the Local Level in Florida: Identifying Policy Gaps Using Geographic Information Systems. (PDF format, 1.6 MB). Samuel Brody, Virginia Carrasco and Wes Highfield. (2003). Environmental Management, 32(6), 661-681.

Examining the Effects of Biodiversity on the Ability of Local Plans to Manage Ecological Systems. (PDF format, 119 KB). Samuel D. Brody. (200). Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 46(6), 817-837.

Are We Learning to Make Better Plans? A Longitudinal Analysis of Plan Quality Associated with Natural Hazards. (PDF format, 186 KB). Samuel D. Brody. (2003). Journal of Planning Education and Research, 23, 2003 Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning.,191-201.

Public Participation in Natural Hazard Mitigation Policy Formation: Challenges for Comprehensive Planning. (PDF format, 2.11 MB). David R. Godschalk, Samuel D. Brody & Raymond Burby, (2003). Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 46(5), 733-754.

Mandating Citizen Participation in Plan Making. (PDF format, 6.98 MB). Samuel D. Brody, David R. Godschalk and Raymond J. Burby. (Summer 2003). Journal of the American Planning Association. 69(3), 245-264.

Does biodiversity matter? Implementing the principles of ecosystem management in Florida. (PDF format, 1.36 MB). Samuel D. Brody, Sustainable Planning & Development, edited by E. Beriatos, C.A. Brebbia, H. Coccossis & A. Kungoios, WIT Press. September 2003. 323-333.

Measuring the Effects of Stakeholder Participation on the Quality of Local Plans Based on the Principles of Collaborative Ecosystem Management. (PDF format, 180 KB). Samuel Brody. (2003) Journal of Planning Education and Research, l 22(4), 407-419.

Implementing the Principles of Ecosystem Management Through Local Land Use Planning. (PDF format, 96.8 KB). Samuel Brody. (2003). Population and Environment. 24(6), 511-540.

Examining the Role of Resource-Based Industries in Ecosystem Approaches to Management: An Evaluation of Comprehensive Plans in Florida. (PDF format, 266 KB). Samuel Brody.(2003). Society and Natural Resources, 16, 625-641.

Landuse Change on the Texas Coast Presentation. Samuel D. Brody

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