.|  Selected presentation files from BES meetings

Scott Sener discusses mapping with Dr. Mark Twery
Photo: Jonathan Walsh
This is a collection of selected BES talks.
The files are either Microsoft Powerpoint, or Adobe PDF.
BES Overview - A comprehensive presentation that is useful to introduce to Baltimore Ecosystem Study to an audience that does not have previous experience with the study.
Steward Pickett, Emma Rosi, Alan Berkowitz
To promote the material and moral welfare of the community: Neighborhood Improvement Associations in Baltimore, Maryland, 1900 – 1945.
Geoff Buckley
Residential Carbon: C and N nitrogen dynamics in a chronosequence of suburban lawns.
Jen Jenkins, Peter Groffman, Butnor, Holland, Cadenasso, Grove, Washington, Pickett.
Zones Atelier: A platform for environmental and anthroposystems research.
Yvan Lagadeuc
Updates from the Turf Farm: Soil C quality and soil respiration rates
Paul J. Lilly, Jennifer C. Jenkins
Environmental Justice: Process and Inequality
Charlie Lord
Pioneer on the frontier of smart growth (This file is large: about 170 mBytes)
Don Outen
Response of Forest Soil Properties to Urbanization Gradients in Three Metropolitan Areas
Richard Pouyat
A longitudinal analysis of park equity in Baltimore, MD, 1970-2000
Chona Sister, Chris Boone
Biodiversity and Community Composition in Urban Ecosystems: Coupled Human, Spatial and Metacommunity Processes
Christopher M. Swan
Patterns in Urban Soil Biodiversity: Biotic Homogenization and Urban Vicariance
Katalin Szlávecz, Elisabeth Hornung Csaba Csuzdi, Zoltán Korsós, Ferenc Vilisics, Péter Sólymos, Richard Pouyat
The CarbonPlus Calculator: A web-based tool for individuals to understand their CO2 emissions
Mark Twery
Agreement Assessment of Visual Interpretation and Digital Classification for Mapping Urban Landscape Heterogeneity
Weiqi Zhou, Kirsten Schwarz, Mary Cadenasso


This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 1637661. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in the material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.