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Project U-Turn: increasing active transportation in Jackson, Michigan.
- David S TenBrink, Randall McMunn, S. Panken
- American journal of preventive medicine
- 1 December 2009
BACKGROUND Jackson, Michigan, is a medium-sized city suffering from a bad economy and obesity-related health issues. Nearly 20% of the 36,000 residents live below the poverty line. It is a relatively… Expand
Using an integrated approach to evaluate "Where do Flint's families play".
BACKGROUND Once home to a thriving auto industry, Flint, Michigan, is now an economically distressed city of just over 100 000 people. With more than one-third of the population obese and one-third… Expand
"Working through" and the novel.
- S. Panken
- Psychology, Medicine
- Psychoanalytic review
Prone to jargon, psychoanalytic literary criticism must be circumspect lest it appear narrow, sectarian, judgmental or exploit a particular psychoanalytic theory. Salient imagery, symbolism,… Expand
Map to Healthy Living: Bringing Data to Life
roject U-Turn ncreasing Active Transportation in Jackson , Michigan avid
ackground: Jackson, Michigan, is a medium-sized city suffering from a bad economy and obesity-related health issues. Nearly 20% of the 36,000 residents live below the poverty line. It is a relatively… Expand
Anwendung eines Landschaftsmodells zur Quantifizierung des Lebensraumpotentials für WeiΒwedelhirsche in Michigan, USA
- Alexandra B. Felix, Henry Campa, Kelly F. Millenbah, Sarah L. Panken, Scott R. Winterstein, William E. Moritz
Applications of using a landscape-scale model to quantify white-tailed deer habitat potential in Michigan, U.S.A.
- A. Felix, H. Campa, K. F. Millenbah, S. Panken, S. Winterstein, W. E. Moritz
- Zeitschrift für Jagdwissenschaft
- 1 December 2002
SummaryThe distribution and availability of ecological resources in a landscape can explain differences in deer population demographics. Therefore, to sustain white-tailed deer populations, it is… Expand