"A stench in the nostrils of Brooklyn:" whole foods, gentrification, and environmental inequality along the Gowanus Canal
"The Seattle way": urban governance before and during Amazon's boom
"They are our Prisoners:" The Gitmo Uighurs and the Making of the United States
(De)colonizing nature in Bukit Brown: a struggle over national identity and citizenship in Singapore
A path cut by water: the making of the Cochabamba water war through internationalization, postcolonialism and decoloniality
Agitations in Western American Rangelands: Memory, Property and Regionalism in the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge Occupation
An un-bridged divide: the disconnect of an elevated urban experience at the Walkway Over the Hudson
Assessing the arterials: environmental impacts and injustice along Poughkeepsie's east-west arterial roads
Benthic foraminifera assemblage responses to sewage outflow in the Hudson River Estuary at Piedmont, NY
Bicycle politics in New York City: Rights to the City on Bedford Avenue and Prospect Park West
This thesis investigates how right to the city conflicts regarding the (de)construction of bicycle lanes in Brooklyn, New York affect the development of a more environmentally sustainable and socially inclusive city. Through an examination of two particular cases – those...
Clay Mineralogy of the MH-2 Core, Snake River Plain, Idaho
The MH-2B hole was one of three holes completed as a part of HOTSPOT: The Continental Scientific Drilling Project. MH-2B was drilled to a depth of 1821m on the Mountain Home Air Force Base southeast of Boise, Idaho to evaluate...
Contesting Green Lifestyles in the Emerald City: The Urban Sustainability Fix to Capitalism and the Production of Exclusion in South Lake Union, Seattle
Crack Systems Analysis of the McCartys Flow, New Mexico, USA
The McCartys Flow is a 3.9-ka vesicular porphyritic basalt lava flow in the Zuni-Bandera Volcanic Field (ZBVF) near Grants, New Mexico. The Lava Falls area on the southern part of the flow is dominated by pahoehoe sheet flows. Topographic features...
Do or DoNo: Financing Inequality in Hartford, Connecticut Through the Downtown North Redevelopment Project
Downtown voices: urban development, cultural production, and territoriality in downtown Phoenix
Eating the Exotic: Constructions of the Indigenous Other on the American Superfood Scene
Fault Dating in Rosendale, New York Using Clay Polytype Quantification
The techniques of fault dating, though still underdeveloped on a wide scale, have been increasingly studied over the past decade. This study draws on these recent observations in relative literature and relates them to a fault in Rosendale, New York...
Food injustice in Poughkeepsie: the creation of and challenges to oppressive food structures
From Nature Sanctuary to "National Dump": A Walk through Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument
This paper is inspired by the literal intersection of two walking bodies, the hiker and the migrant, in the "Most Dangerous Park In America." In Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, located on the U.S.-Mexico border in Arizona, while the National...