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Psychological impacts from COVID-19 among university students: Risk factors across seven states in the United States
MHEM Browning, LR Larson, I Sharaievska, A Rigolon, O McAnirlin, ...
PloS one 16 (1), e0245327, 2021
10972021
A complex landscape of inequity in access to urban parks: A literature review
A Rigolon
Landscape and urban planning 153, 160-169, 2016
7332016
Inequities in the quality of urban park systems: An environmental justice investigation of cities in the United States
A Rigolon, M Browning, V Jennings
Landscape and urban planning 178, 156-169, 2018
3682018
School green space and its impact on academic performance: A systematic literature review
MHEM Browning, A Rigolon
International journal of environmental research and public health 16 (3), 429, 2019
3272019
Access to Urban Green Space in Cities of the Global South: A Systematic Literature Review
A Rigolon, M Browning, K Lee, S Shin
Urban Science 2 (3), 67-91, 2018
3042018
Green space and health equity: a systematic review on the potential of green space to reduce health disparities
A Rigolon, MHEM Browning, O McAnirlin, H Yoon
International journal of environmental research and public health 18 (5), 2563, 2021
2822021
Green gentrification or ‘just green enough’: Do park location, size and function affect whether a place gentrifies or not?
A Rigolon, J Németh
Urban Studies 57 (2), 402-420, 2020
2782020
“We're not in the business of housing:” Environmental gentrification and the nonprofitization of green infrastructure projects
A Rigolon, J Németh
Cities 81, 71-80, 2018
2452018
Parks and young people: An environmental justice study of park proximity, acreage, and quality in Denver, Colorado
A Rigolon
Landscape and Urban Planning 165, 73-83, 2017
2092017
Where greenspace matters most: A systematic review of urbanicity, greenspace, and physical health
MHEM Browning, A Rigolon, O McAnirlin
Landscape and Urban Planning 217, 104233, 2022
1222022
Nature's contributions in coping with a pandemic in the 21st century: A narrative review of evidence during COVID-19
SM Labib, MHEM Browning, A Rigolon, M Helbich, P James
Science of The Total Environment 833, 155095, 2022
1202022
Access to parks for youth as an environmental justice issue: access inequalities and possible solutions
A Rigolon, TL Flohr
Buildings 4 (2), 69-94, 2014
1172014
What shapes uneven access to urban amenities? Thick injustice and the legacy of racial discrimination in Denver’s parks
A Rigolon, J Németh
Journal of Planning Education and Research 41 (3), 312-325, 2021
1082021
Green gentrification and health: A scoping review
NTO Jelks, V Jennings, A Rigolon
International journal of environmental research and public health 18 (3), 907, 2021
1052021
Do income, race and ethnicity, and sprawl influence the greenspace-human health link in city-level analyses? Findings from 496 cities in the United States
MHEM Browning, A Rigolon
International journal of environmental research and public health 15 (7), 1541, 2018
932018
Greenspace and park use associated with less emotional distress among college students in the United States during the COVID-19 pandemic
LR Larson, LE Mullenbach, MHEM Browning, A Rigolon, J Thomsen, ...
Environmental research 204, 112367, 2022
922022
Do sex and gender modify the association between green space and physical health? A systematic review
D Sillman, A Rigolon, MHEM Browning, O McAnirlin
Environmental research 209, 112869, 2022
772022
A QUality INdex of Parks for Youth (QUINPY): Evaluating urban parks through geographic information systems
A Rigolon, J Németh
Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science 45 (2), 275-294, 2018
742018
Toward a socioecological model of gentrification: How people, place, and policy shape neighborhood change
A Rigolon, J Németh
Journal of Urban Affairs 41 (7), 887-909, 2019
672019
An ecological model of environmental justice for recreation
A Rigolon, M Fernandez, B Harris, W Stewart
Leisure Sciences 44 (6), 655-676, 2022
622022
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