Jess Vogt
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Institutional fit and the sustainability of social–ecological systems
G Epstein, J Pittman, SM Alexander, S Berdej, T Dyck, U Kreitmair, ...
Current opinion in environmental sustainability 14, 34-40, 2015
Implementing the “Sustainable Development Goals”: towards addressing three key governance challenges—collective action, trade-offs, and accountability
KJ Bowen, NA Cradock-Henry, F Koch, J Patterson, T Hyh, J Vogt, ...
Current opinion in environmental sustainability 26, 90-96, 2017
Missing ecology: integrating ecological perspectives with the social-ecological system framework
G Epstein, J Vogt, S Mincey, M Cox, B Fischer
International journal of the Commons 7 (2), 2013
Human and biophysical legacies shape contemporary urban forests: A literature synthesis
LA Roman, H Pearsall, TS Eisenman, TM Conway, RT Fahey, S Landry, ...
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 31, 157-168, 2018
The costs of maintaining and not maintaining the urban forest: A review of the urban forestry and arboriculture literature
J Vogt, RJ Hauer, BC Fischer
Arboriculture & Urban Forestry 41 (6), 293-323, 2015
Putting the" E" in SES: unpacking the ecology in the Ostrom sociale-cological system framework
JM Vogt, GB Epstein, SK Mincey, BC Fischer, P McCord
Ecology and Society 20 (1), 2015
Structuring institutional analysis for urban ecosystems: A key to sustainable urban forest management
SK Mincey, M Hutten, BC Fischer, TP Evans, SI Stewart, JM Vogt
Urban ecosystems 16, 553-571, 2013
Beyond ‘trees are good’: Disservices, management costs, and tradeoffs in urban forestry
LA Roman, TM Conway, TS Eisenman, AK Koeser, C Ordez Barona, ...
Ambio 50, 615-630, 2021
Explaining planted-tree survival and growth in urban neighborhoods: A social–ecological approach to studying recently-planted trees in Indianapolis
JM Vogt, SL Watkins, SK Mincey, MS Patterson, BC Fischer
Landscape and Urban Planning 136, 130-143, 2015
Urban tree mortality: a literature review.
DR Hilbert, LA Roman, AK Koeser, J Vogt, NS van Doorn
Arboriculture & Urban Forestry 45 (5), 2019
Is planting equitable? An examination of the spatial distribution of nonprofit urban tree-planting programs by canopy cover, income, race, and ethnicity
SL Watkins, SK Mincey, J Vogt, SP Sweeney
Environment and behavior 49 (4), 452-482, 2017
Tree mortality undercuts ability of tree-planting programs to provide benefits: results of a three-city study
S Widney, BC Fischer, J Vogt
Forests 7 (3), 65, 2016
A survey of bats in a karst landscape in the central Philippines
JL Sedlock, RP Jose, JM Vogt, LMJ Paguntalan, AB Cario
Acta Chiropterologica 16 (1), 197-211, 2014
Watering strategy, collective action, and neighborhood-planted trees: a case study of Indianapolis, Indiana, US
SK Mincey, JM Vogt
Arboriculture Urban For 40, 84-95, 2014
A protocol for citizen science monitoring of recently-planted urban trees
JM Vogt, BC Fischer
Urban Forests, Ecosystem Services and Management; Blum, J., Ed, 153-186, 2017
Urban forestry and arboriculture as interdisciplinary environmental science: importance and incorporation of other disciplines
J Vogt, BC Fischer, RJ Hauer
Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences 6, 371-386, 2016
Urban forests as social-ecological systems
J Vogt
Encyclopedia of the World’s Biomes 5, 58-70, 2020
Does collaborative tree planting between nonprofits and neighborhood groups improve neighborhood community capacity?
SL Watkins, J Vogt, SK Mincey, BC Fischer, RA Bergmann, SE Widney, ...
Cities 74, 83-99, 2018
“Ships that pass in the night”: Does scholarship on the social benefits of urban greening have a disciplinary crosstalk problem?
J Vogt
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 32, 195-199, 2018
The cost of not maintaining the urban forest
RJ Hauer, JM Vogt, BC Fischer
Arborist News 24 (1), 12-17, 2015
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