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2018, Lee J., Newman G., & Park, Y. (2018). “A Comparison of Vacancy Dynamics between Growing and Shrinking Cities Using the Land Transformation Model.” Sustainability 10(5); p.1513-1530 DOI: 10.3390/su10051513

2018, Newman, G., Meyer, M., Kim, B. & Lee, R.J. (2018) “Gauging the Relationship between Contextual Growth and Structural Neglect.” Journal of Contemporary Urban Affairs, 2 (2); 33-45. DOI: 10.25034/ijcua.2018.3669

2018, Newman G., Park, Y.M., Bowman, A. O’M, and Lee, R.J. (2018) “Vacant Urban Areas: Causes and Interconnected Factors.” Cities 78: 421-429 DOI:
URL: 10.22.2018 Page | 4

2018, Kim, J.H., Li, W., Newman, G., Kil, S.H., & Park, S.Y. (2018). “The Influence of Urban Landscape Spatial Patterns on Single-Family Property Values.” Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science, 45 (1): 26-43. DOI: 10.1016/j.cities.2016.05.018

2018, Gu, D., Newman, G., Kim, J.H., Park, Y.M., Lee, J.K. (under review, submitted Oct 23, 2018). “Neighborhood decline and sustainable urbanism: mitigating housing abandonment in shrinking cities.” Land Use Policy


2018, Park, Y. & Newman, G. (under review, submitted Oct 23, 2018). “The Evolution of the Notion of “Good Urban Form:” A U.S. Focused Analysis.” Journal of Urban Design


2018, Stone, K., Horney, J., Newman G., Karaye, I., Casaillas, G. (under review, submitted Sept 21, 2018). ‘A Spatial Analysis of Possible Environmental Exposures in Recreational Areas Impacted by Hurricane Harvey Flooding, Harris County, Texas.” Environmental Pollution.


2018, Newman, G., Li, D., Ren, D.D., and Guo, R. “Resilience through regeneration: The economics of repurposing vacant land with green infrastructure.” Landscape Architecture Frontiers


2018, Newman G., Gu, D.W., Lee, R.J., & Park, Y.M. (under review, submitted Mar 28, 2018). ‘Evaluating Drivers of Housing Vacancy: A Longitudinal Analysis of Large U.S. Cities from 1940-2010.” Journal of Housing and the Built Environment.


2018, Horney J., Dwyer, C., Vendrell-Velez, B., & Newman G. (under review, submitted Oct. 9, 2018). “Validating a Comprehensive Plan Scoring System for Healthy Community Design in League City, Texas.” Journal of Urban Design


2017, Newman, G. (2017). “Foreword” [pg. 1]. In Lost Texas. Dorsey, B., author. College Station, TX: Texas A&M University Press.

2017, Kim, J.H., Newman, G., Feng, H., Merrill, J., & Park, J. (2017). “Sustainable urbanism for a metropolitan corridor: An evidence-based urban design for Park 10 in Houston, Texas.” Landscape Architecture Frontiers, 5(5), 96-109.
2017, Newman, G. Brody, S. & Smith, A. (2017). “Repurposing Vacant Land through Landscape Connectivity.” Landscape Journal 36: 37-57. DOI: 10.3368/lj.36.1.37
2017, Newman, G & Kim, B. (2017). “Urban Shrapnel: Spatial Distribution of NonProductive Space in a Growing City.” Landscape Research 42 (7): 699-715 DOI: 10.1080/01426397.2017.1363877
2017, Newman, G. (2017). “Research Design in Urban Planning: A Student’s Guide [book review].” Journal of Planning Education and Research 37 (4): 502-503 DOI: 0.1177/0739456X16674260
2017, Park, Y., & Newman, G. (2017). “A Framework for Place Making using Alexander’s Patterns.” Urban Design International, 22 (4), 349-346. DOI: 10.1057/s41289-017-0040-1
2017, Lee, J. & Newman, G. (2017). “Forecasting Urban Vacancy Dynamics in a Shrinking City: A Land Transformation Model.” International Journal of Geo-Information, 6 (4), 124. DOI: 10.3390/ijgi6040124
2016, Park, Y., Huang, S., & Newman, G. (2016). “A Statistical Meta-Analysis of New Urbanism Based Design Components on Housing Prices.” Journal of Planning 10.22.2018 Page | 5 Literature, 31(4): 435-451. DOI: 0.1177/0885412216667898
2016, Newman, G., Gu, D., Kim, J.H, Bowman, A., and Li, W. (2016). “Elasticity and Urban Vacancy: A Longitudinal Analysis of U.S. Cities.” Cities, 58, 143-151. DOI: 10.1016/j.cities.2016.05.018
2016, Newman, G., Bowman, A., Lee, R.J., & Kim, B. (2016). “A Current Inventory of Vacant Urban Land in America.” Journal of Urban Design, 21 (3), 302-319. DOI: 10.1080/13574809.2016.1167589
2016, Newman, G. Lee, J., & Berke, P. (2016). “Using the Land Transformation Model to Forecast Vacant Land.” Journal of Land Use Science, 11 (4): 450-475 DOI: 10.1080/1747423X.2016.1162861

2015, Newman, G. (Oct. 16, 2015). “Dune Integration for Galveston Island: Issues and Options.” [Ch. 35, Reflections Section, pgs.124-125]. In Delft Delta Design: Houston Galveston Bay Region. Kothuis, B., Brand, A., Sebastian, A., Nillesen, A., Jonkman, S. editors. Deltas, Infrastructure, and Mobility Initiative (DIMI): Delft University of Technology. Delft, Netherlands: Delft University Publishers ISSN: 978 94 6186 490 1


2012, Giusti, C. and M. Olivares. Latinos, Planning, and Incremental Construction, in Rios, M. and L. Vasquez, Dialogos: Place making in Latino communities. Routledge. Upcoming January 2012.


2012, Brody, Samuel, Walter Gillis Peacock, and Joshua Gunn. 2012. Ecological Indicators of Flood Risk Along the Gulf of Mexico. Ecological Indicators 18(July):493-500.


2012, Walter Gillis Peacock, Shannon Van Zandt, Dustin Henry, Himanshu Grover and Wesley Highfield. 2012. Social Vulnerability and Hurricane Ike: Using Social Vulnerability Mapping to Enhance Coastal Community Resiliency in Texas. Chapter 6, pp. 66-81 in Lessons from Hurricane Ike. Edited by Phillip B. Bedient. College Station, Texas: Texas A&M University Press.


2012, Walter Gillis Peacock and Carla Prater. 2012. Social Protection and Disaster Risk Reduction. Chapter 57, pp. 687-696, in Ben Wisner, J.C. Gillard, and Ilan Kelman, Handbook of Hazards, Disaster Risk Reduction and Management. London: Routledge.


2012, Van Zandt, Shannon, Walter Gillis Peacock, Dustin Henry, Himanshu Grover, Wesley Highfield, and Sam Brody. 2012. Mapping Social Vulnerability to Enhance Housing and Neighborhood Resilience. Housing Policy Debate, 22(1):29-55.


2011, Brody, Samuel, Joshua Gunn, Walter Gillis Peacock, and Wes Highfield. 2011. The Influence of Development Intensity on Flood Damage along the Gulf of Mexico: Examining the Erosion of Resiliency. Journal of Planning Education and Research, 31(4):438-48.


2011, Ge, Yue, Walter Gillis Peacock, Michael K. Lindell. 2011. Florida Households’ Expected Response to Hurricane Hazards Mitigation Incentives. Risk Analysis, 31(10):1676-91.


2010, Peter T. Lang, “The Architectural Anomaly of 2A+P/A” Abitare #504, July-August, 2010 Milan Italy, (pages 97-101) in English and Italian translation.


2010, Peter Lang, “the Metropolitan Dreams of Ugo La Pietra”, in Matrix City Newspaper/Catalog, IMPAKT Festival, Utrecht, the Netherlands, October 2010. (page 18) in English and Dutch editions.


2010, Kang, Jung Eun, Walter Gillis Peacock, and Rahmawati Husein. 2010. An Assessment of Coastal Zone Hazard Mitigation Plans in Texas. Journal of Disaster Research, 5(5):526-34. 7


2010, Arlikatti, Sudha, Walter Gillis Peacock, Carla Prater, Himanshu Grover and Arul Gnana Sekar. 2010. Assessing the Impact of the Indian Ocean Tsunami on Households the Domestic Assets Approach Disasters, 34(3):705-31.


2010, Zhang, Yang and Walter Gillis Peacock. 2010. Planning for Housing Recovery? Lessons Learned from Hurricane Andrew. Journal of the American Planning Association, 76(1):5- 24.


2008, Walter Gillis Peacock. 2008. Additional Considerations in Loss Estimation. Pp 175-9 in, In Risk Assessment, Modeling and Decision Support. Edited by Ann Bostrom, Steven P. French, and Sara J. Gottlieb. New York: Springer


Xiao, Y. and W.G. Peacock. Forthcoming. Do Hazard Mitigation and Preparedness Reduce Physical Damage to Businesses in Disasters: The Critical Role of Business Disaster Planning. Natural Hazards Review.


Highfield, W., W.G. Peacock, and S. Van Zandt. Forthcoming. Determinants of Damage to Single-Family Housing from Hurricane-induced Surge and Flooding: Why Hazard Exposure, Structural Vulnerability, AND Social Vulnerability Matter in Mitigation Planning. Journal of Planning Education & Research.