Cassandra Johnson Gaither
Cassandra Johnson Gaither
US Forest Service, Southern Research Station
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Ethnic variation in environmental belief and behavior: an examination of the new ecological paradigm in a social psychological context
Johnson, CJ, Bowker, JM, Cordell
Environment and Behavior 36 (2), 157-186, 2004
Urban ecology: patterns, processes, and applications
J Niemelä, JH Breuste, G Guntenspergen, NE McIntyre, T Elmqvist, ...
OUP Oxford, 2011
Coming to terms with environmental justice in outdoor recreation: A conceptual discussion with research implications
MF Floyd, CY Johnson
Leisure Sciences 24 (1), 59-77, 2002
Outdoor recreation constraints: An examination of race, gender, and rural dwelling
CY Johnson, JM Bowker, HK Cordell
Journal of Rural Social Sciences 17 (1), 6, 2001
Promoting environmental justice through urban green space access: A synopsis
V Jennings, C Johnson Gaither, RS Gragg
Environmental Justice 5 (1), 1-7, 2012
Wildland recreation in the rural south: An examination of marginality and ethnicity theory
CY Johnson, JM Bowker, DBK English, D Worthen
Journal of Leisure Research 30 (1), 101-120, 1998
User fees for recreation services on public lands: A national assessment
JM Bowker, HK Cordell, CY Johnson
Journal of Park and Recreation Administration. 17 (3): 1-14., 1999
Race and ethnicity in leisure behavior: Where have we been and where do we need to go?
KJ Shinew, M Stodolska, M Floyd, D Hibbler, M Allison, C Johnson, ...
Leisure Sciences 28 (4), 403-408, 2006
A consideration of collective memory in African American attachment to wildland recreation places
CY Johnson
Human Ecology Review, 5-15, 1998
Wilderness values in America: does immigrant status or ethnicity matter?
CY Johnson, JM Bowker, JC Bergstrom, H Ken Cordell
Society and Natural Resources 17 (7), 611-628, 2004
Approaching environmental health disparities and green spaces: an ecosystem services perspective
V Jennings, CJ Gaither
International journal of environmental research and public health 12 (2 …, 2015
Wildland fire risk and social vulnerability in the Southeastern United States: An exploratory spatial data analysis approach
CJ Gaither, NC Poudyal, S Goodrick, JM Bowker, S Malone, J Gan
Forest Policy and Economics 13 (1), 24-36, 2011
Race, Rural Residence, and Wildland Visitation: Examining the Influence of Sociocultural Meaning1
CY Johnson, PM Horan, W Pepper
Rural Sociology 62 (1), 89-110, 1997
Climate change vulnerability assessment in Georgia
KC Binita, JM Shepherd, CJ Gaither
Applied Geography 62, 62-74, 2015
African-American wildland memories
CY Johnson, JM Bowker
Environmental Ethics 26 (1), 57-75, 2004
Landowner awareness and adoption of wildfire programs in the southern United States
A Jarrett, J Gan, C Johnson, IA Munn
Journal of Forestry 107 (3), 113-118, 2009
On-site wildland activity choices among African Americans and White Americans in the rural south: Implications for management
CY Johnson, JM Bowker
Journal of Parks and Recreation Administration. 17 (1): 21-39., 1999
Locating spatial variation in the association between wildland fire risk and social vulnerability across six southern states
NC Poudyal, C Johnson-Gaither, S Goodrick, JM Bowker, J Gan
Environmental management 49 (3), 623-635, 2012
Climate change and United States forests
JM Vose, T Patel-Weynand
Springer, 2014
The impact of urban greenways on residential concerns: Findings from the Atlanta BeltLine Trail
S Weber, BB Boley, N Palardy, CJ Gaither
Landscape and Urban Planning 167, 147-156, 2017
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