1997 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
Jennifer Wolch mainly focuses on Environmental health, Environmental justice, Politics, Urban planning and Childhood obesity. Her Environmental health study incorporates themes from Air pollution, Recreation and Urban sprawl. Her Environmental justice study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Economic growth, Disadvantaged, Human geography, Ethnic group and Socioeconomics.
In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Politics, Deviance is strongly linked to Social science. Her work carried out in the field of Urban planning brings together such families of science as Built environment, Population health and Environmental planning. Her studies in Environmental planning integrate themes in fields like Urban density, Space, Sustainability and Green economy.
Jennifer Wolch focuses on Economic growth, Environmental health, Recreation, Service and Environmental planning. As part of the same scientific family, Jennifer Wolch usually focuses on Economic growth, concentrating on Development economics and intersecting with Concentrated poverty. Jennifer Wolch interconnects Childhood obesity, Air pollution and Socioeconomic status in the investigation of issues within Environmental health.
Her Recreation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Occupational safety and health, Ethnic group and Socioeconomics. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Sustainability and Urban planning. Her Urban planning research integrates issues from Environmental justice and Land use.
Environmental health, Air pollution, Injury prevention, Pedestrian and Social environment are her primary areas of study. She has included themes like Smart growth, Land use, Childhood obesity, Recreation and Socioeconomic status in her Environmental health study. Her Air pollution study which covers Environmental exposure that intersects with Multivariate statistics, Pollution and Multilevel model.
Her Population health study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Urban planning and Environmental planning. Her studies link Sustainability with Urban planning. Her Environmental planning research includes themes of Community development, Space and Critical mass.
Her primary areas of study are Environmental health, Air pollution, Injury prevention, Childhood obesity and Environmental exposure. Her Environmental health research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Critical mass, Smart growth, Land use, Built environment and Community development. Her Air pollution study incorporates themes from Quartile, Ethnic group and Pollutant.
Her research investigates the connection with Injury prevention and areas like Human factors and ergonomics which intersect with concerns in Suicide prevention. Her Childhood obesity research incorporates themes from Multivariate statistics, Longitudinal study, Multilevel model and Recreation. Her research integrates issues of Longitudinal cohort and Pollution in her study of Environmental exposure.
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Urban green space, public health, and environmental justice: The challenge of making cities ‘just green enough’
Jennifer R. Wolch;Jason Antony Byrne;Joshua P. Newell.
Landscape and Urban Planning (2014)
The Shadow State: Government and Voluntary Sector in Transition
Jennifer R. Wolch.
Landscapes of Despair: From Deinstitutionalization to Homelessness
Michael James Dear;Jennifer R Wolch.
Parks and Park Funding in Los Angeles: An Equity-Mapping Analysis
Jennifer Wolch;John P. Wilson;Jed Fehrenbach.
Urban Geography (2005)
Nature, race, and parks: past research and future directions for geographic research
Jason Antony Byrne;Jennifer Wolch.
Progress in Human Geography (2009)
A systematic review of built environment factors related to physical activity and obesity risk: implications for smart growth urban planning.
Casey P. Durand;Mohammad Andalib;Genevieve F. Dunton;Jennifer Wolch.
Obesity Reviews (2011)
Malign Neglect: Homelessness in an American City
Jennifer R. Wolch;M. J. Dear.
Childhood obesity and proximity to urban parks and recreational resources: A longitudinal cohort study
Jennifer Wolch;Michael Jerrett;Kim D. Reynolds;Rob McConnell.
Health & Place (2011)
Physical environmental correlates of childhood obesity: a systematic review
Genevieve Fridlund Dunton;Jesse Kaplan;Jennifer Wolch;Michael Jerrett.
Obesity Reviews (2009)
Animal Geographies: Place, Politics, and Identity in the Nature. Culture Borderlands
Tom McKnight;Jennifer Wolch;Jody Emel.
Geographical Review (1998)
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