GSSS 2016-Faculty Publications

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GSSS 2016

Luis Bettencourt

The Kind of Problem a City Is
The Pre-History of Urban Scaling
What is a City?

Christa Brelsford

Industrial Ecology: The View From Complex Systems
Network Structure and Community Evolution on Twitter: Human Behavior Change in Response to the 2011 Japanese Earthquake and Tsunami

Kathleen Cagney

Neighborhood-Level Cohesion and Disorder: Measurement and Validation in Two Older Adult Urban Populations
The Latino Paradox in Neighborhood Context: The Case of Asthma and Other Respiratory Conditions

Jennifer Dunne

Untangling the roles of parasites in food webs with generative network models
Modern lessons from ancient food webs
Network Topology and Species Loss in Food Webs: Robustness Increases with Connectance

Sean Green

Innovation Teams, Seattle, Washington
Random forests for verbal autopsy analysis: multisite validation study using clinical diagnostic gold standards

Audrey de Nazelle

Objective correlates and determinants of bicycle commuting propensity in an urban environment
Physical Activity through Sustainable Transport Approaches
Traffic-Related Air Pollution and Congenital Anomalies in Barcelona

Peter Newman

Hospitals and Sustainability
Green Urbanism in the Indian Ocean
A Three Mode Plan for Perth: Connecting Heavy Rail, Light Rail and Bus with Urban Development to Achieve 21st Century Goals

Dan O’Brien

Econometrics in the Age of Big Data
The Influence of Real World Resource Asymmetries on Punishment in Economic Games
Public and Private Spheres of Neighborhood Disorder: Assessing Pathways to Violence Using Large-scale Digital Records

Hans Joachim (John) Schellnhuber

A multi-model analysis of risk of ecosystem shifts under climate change
Will the world run out of land? A Kaya-type decomposition to study past trends of cropland expansion
The Anthropocene: From Global Change to Planetary Stewardship

Jessika Trancik

Back the Renewables Boom
Determinants of the pace of global innovation in energy technologies
Metals Production Requirements for Rapid Photovoltaics Deployment