Jason A Byrne
Jason A Byrne
Professor of Human Geography and Planning, University of Tasmania
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Urban green space, public health, and environmental justice: The challenge of making cities ‘just green enough’
JR Wolch, J Byrne, JP Newell
Landscape and urban planning 125, 234-244, 2014
The benefits of publishing systematic quantitative literature reviews for PhD candidates and other early-career researchers
C Pickering, J Byrne
Higher Education Research & Development 33 (3), 534-548, 2014
A systematic quantitative review of urban tree benefits, costs, and assessment methods across cities in different climatic zones
S Roy, J Byrne, C Pickering
Urban forestry & urban greening 11 (4), 351-363, 2012
Nature, race, and parks: Past research and future directions for geographic research
J Byrne, J Wolch
Progress in human geography 33 (6), 743-765, 2009
Past results and future directions in urban community gardens research
D Guitart, C Pickering, J Byrne
Urban forestry & urban greening 11 (4), 364-373, 2012
Reconceptualizing green infrastructure for climate change adaptation: Barriers to adoption and drivers for uptake by spatial planners
T Matthews, AY Lo, JA Byrne
Landscape and urban planning 138, 155-163, 2015
When green is White: The cultural politics of race, nature and social exclusion in a Los Angeles urban national park
J Byrne
Geoforum 43 (3), 595-611, 2012
Planning for environmental justice in an urban national park
J Byrne, J Wolch, J Zhang
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 52 (3), 365-392, 2009
Green and open space planning for urban consolidation–A review of the literature and best practice
J Byrne, N Sipe
Issues Paper 11, 2010
Publishing not perishing: How research students transition from novice to knowledgeable using systematic quantitative literature reviews
C Pickering, J Grignon, R Steven, D Guitart, J Byrne
Studies in Higher Education 40 (10), 1756-1769, 2015
Informal urban greenspace: A typology and trilingual systematic review of its role for urban residents and trends in the literature
CDD Rupprecht, JA Byrne
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 13 (4), 597-611, 2014
Make kin, not cities! Multispecies entanglements and ‘becoming-world’in planning theory
D Houston, J Hillier, D MacCallum, W Steele, J Byrne
Planning theory 17 (2), 190-212, 2018
Factors shaping urban greenspace provision: A systematic review of the literature
C Boulton, A Dedekorkut-Howes, J Byrne
Landscape and urban planning 178, 82-101, 2018
‘It's real, not fake like a park’: Residents’ perception and use of informal urban green-space in Brisbane, Australia and Sapporo, Japan
CDD Rupprecht, JA Byrne, H Ueda, AY Lo
Landscape and Urban Planning 143, 205-218, 2015
Informal urban green-space: comparison of quantity and characteristics in Brisbane, Australia and Sapporo, Japan
CDD Rupprecht, JA Byrne
PloS one 9 (6), e99784, 2014
A systematic review of the efficacy of equine-assisted interventions on psychological outcomes
E Kendall, A Maujean, CA Pepping, M Downes, A Lakhani, J Byrne, ...
European Journal of Psychotherapy & Counselling 17 (1), 57-79, 2015
Informal urban green space: A trilingual systematic review of its role for biodiversity and trends in the literature
CDD Rupprecht, JA Byrne, JG Garden, JM Hero
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 14 (4), 883-908, 2015
Residents’ understanding of the role of green infrastructure for climate change adaptation in Hangzhou, China
JA Byrne, AY Lo, Y Jianjun
Landscape and Urban Planning 138, 132-143, 2015
Green around the gills? The challenge of density for urban greenspace planning in SEQ
J Byrne, N Sipe, G Searle
Australian Planner 47 (3), 162-177, 2010
Trail characteristics as correlates of urban trail use
KD Reynolds, J Wolch, J Byrne, CP Chou, G Feng, S Weaver, M Jerrett
American Journal of Health Promotion 21 (4_suppl), 335-345, 2007
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