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  • Urban and Regional Planning >> Research
    page 31253712 FrontPage Gregg Kettles Food Production and Distribution Legal Issues for Planners Listen to presentation 44MB mp3 audio file Delivered on April 1 2009 Lubar Commons UW Law School as part of Worldwide Universities Network WUN International Collaboration Grant Support given by Division of International Studies the College of Letters Science the Graduate School the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation WARF and the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Administration

    Original URL path: http://urpl.wisc.edu/research/food-market.php (2014-11-22)
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  • Urban and Regional Planning >> Admissions
    Library Liasons Planning Workshop Course Reference Page Articles some not linked due to copyright Dannenberg A L et al 2008 Use of Health Impact Assessment in the U S 27 Case Studies 1999 2007 American Journal of Preventive Medicine 34 3 241 256 Kaczynski A T and K A Henderson 2007 Environmental Correlates of Physical Activity A Review of Evidence about Parks and Recreation Leisure Sciences 29 4 315 354 Rosenberger R S et al 2005 A Spatial Analysis of Linkages between Health Care Expenditures Physical Inactivity Obesity and Recreation Supply Journal of Leisure Research 37 2 216 235 Posted Article open access PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP 2004 Recreation s Role in Combating Obesity Current Efforts and Opportunities for New Partnerships and an accompanying presentation Posted Article open access Robert Woods Johnson Foundation 2010 Parks Playgrounds and Active Living a review of literature on parks and active living Posted Article open access J F Burr V K Jamnik and N Gledhill 2010 Health related Quality of Life of Habitual Recreational Off Road Vehicle Riders Health and Fitness Journal of Canada 3 1 4 11 Recreation Planning Resources Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources 2011 2016 SCORP site National Association of Recreation Resource Planners

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  • Urban and Regional Planning >> Admissions
    the WiscSCORP This comprehensive planning process element will be accomplished through interaction with the array of outdoor recreation stakeholder groups and aided by discussions with the external WiscSCORP Advisory Panel and internal working groups Team members will work to match goals and objectives with the ongoing applied research on outdoor recreation demand conducted by the USDA Forest Service health and wellness indicators and regional distinctions between urban and rural populations

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  • Urban and Regional Planning >> Admissions
    1 outdoor recreation facilities 2 public health metrics and 3 selected demographic variables These data will then be analyzed for relevant correlations and relationships Existing 2005 2010 SCORP outdoor recreational facility data will be used to match against existing health and wellness data from the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute and others Team Members Milena Bernardinello Tyler Glodt Troy Maggied Austin Outhavong and Benjamin Vondra Final Work Products Report

    Original URL path: http://urpl.wisc.edu/academics/workshop/F2010/Team2home.php (2014-11-22)
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  • Urban and Regional Planning >> Admissions
    relevant health and wellness metrics Once developed this team will work to incorporate these metrics into usable planning frameworks within which to evaluate public health and wellness outcomes of outdoor recreation facilities Ultimately this team will seek to identify potential gaps of recreational facilities in relationship to health indicators of a particular County as developed by Team 2 The desired outcome of this work will be to identify and target

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  • Urban and Regional Planning >> Admissions
    to evaluate widespread health and wellness benefits of outdoor recreation Incorporating outdoor recreation into the daily routine of urban residents will be the focus of this team s work The 2005 2010 SCORP captured supply elements from 1 800 units of government across Wisconsin This team will separate out cities within this existing dataset to evaluate urban parklands and greenway open spaces These urban areas will be segmented into similar

    Original URL path: http://urpl.wisc.edu/academics/workshop/F2010/Team4home.php (2014-11-22)
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  • Urban and Regional Planning >> Faculty Profile
    Economic Analysis Regional Economic Accounts Census data Census USA Counties County and City Data Book Data on labor at various geographic scales U S Bureau of Labor Statistics Wisconsin Department of Worforce Development Regional economics text resources Web Book of

    Original URL path: http://urpl.wisc.edu/people/marcouiller/resources.php (2014-11-22)
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  • Urban and Regional Planning >> Faculty Profile
    of British Columbia FRE Econ 374 last taught Summer 2002 Development Economics University of British Columbia FRE 340 last taught Spring 2002 Outreach Teaching In my capacity as a State Extension Specialist I teach adults in an array of venues throughout the State of Wisconsin My clientele are highly varied primarily they include county based UW Extension Educators State and Local Government Officials resource management professionals private sector entrepreneurs and the general public My primary outreach teaching and technical assistance are focused within the following three thematic areas Amenities and Rural Development Planning current and ongoing programming area Integrative Tourism Recreation Planning current and ongoing programming area Natural Resource Economics and Policy Analysis current and ongoing programming area In addition I participate in global outreach opportunities that have taken me across the United States Canada Australia Norway Sweden France Belgium Italy Turkey the Philippines and China Both PRC and ROC Taiwan Relevant to the three Outreach Teaching programs listed above here are some specific resources that relate to a current initiative to better address the contemporary issue set involved with the Economic Values and Local Impacts of Natural Resources Factsheets for the General Public Economic Value of Water Series One

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