Publications

(2021). No walk in the park: the viability and fairness of social media analysis for parks and recreational policy making. Proceedings of the International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media (ICWSM).

(2021). An ecosystem service perspective on urban nature, physical activity, and health. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

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(2021). Advancing sustainable development and protected area management with social media-based tourism data. Sustainability.

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(2020). Quantifying biases in social media analysis of recreation in urban parks. 2020 IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications Workshops (PerCom Workshops).

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(2020). Online auction marketplaces as a global pathway for aquatic invasive species. Hydrobiologia.

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(2020). Next-generation visitation models using social media to estimate recreation on public lands. Scientific Reports.

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(2020). A bobber's perspective on angler-driven vectors of invasive species transmission. NeoBiota.

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(2019). Social-ecological and technological factors moderate the value of urban nature. Nature Sustainability.

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(2018). Using social media to understand drivers of urban park visitation in the Twin Cities, MN. Landscape and Urban Planning.

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(2018). Recreational use in dispersed public lands measured using social media data and on-site counts. Journal of Environmental Management.

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(2018). Inequality in access to cultural ecosystem services from protected areas in the Chilean biodiversity hotspot. Science of the Total Environment.

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(2018). Geolocated social media as a rapid indicator of park visitation and equitable park access. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems.

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(2018). Consequences of integrating livestock and wildlife in an African savanna. Nature Sustainability.

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(2017). Photos, tweets, and trails: are social media proxies for urban trail use?. Journal of Transport and Land Use.

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(2017). Nature contact and human health: a research agenda. Environmental Health Perspectives.

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(2017). Mapping the global value and distribution of coral reef tourism. Marine Policy.

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(2016). Spatial and temporal dynamics and value of nature-based recreation, estimated via social media. PLoS ONE.

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(2016). Measuring recreational visitation at US National Parks with crowd-sourced photographs. Journal of Environmental Management.

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(2015). Recreational demand for clean water: evidence from geotagged photographs by visitors to lakes. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment.

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(2015). Embedding ecosystem services in coastal planning leads to better outcomes for people and nature. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

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(2013). Using social media to quantify nature-based tourism and recreation. Scientific Reports.

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