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Liem, T.K.; Kaufman, J.; Moneta, G.L.; Mitchell, E.L.; Jung, E.; Abraham, C.Z.; Landry, G.J. 2018: Pc208. Surgery for Inferior Vena Cava Filter Perforations. Journal of Vascular Surgery 67(6): e229-e230
Wall, J.; Johnson, E.; Johnson, B.; Singh, A.; Shaheen, R.; Fogarty, T. 2018: Pc212. Augmentation of Peak Venous Velocity in Venous Insufficiency Using a Novel Mechanical Intermittent Sequential Compression Device. Journal of Vascular Surgery 67(6): e230-e231
Nugroho, N.T.; Herten, M.; Osada, N.; Sielker, S.; Torsello, G.B. 2018: Pc218. Correlation Among Six Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms Related to Cell Survival, Inflammation and Lipoprotein Regulation for Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Risk Factor. Journal of Vascular Surgery 67(6): e232-e233
Baptista-Sincos, A.P.W.; Sincos, I.R.; Coelho, F.; Wolosker, N.; Aun, R.; de Paula, V.P.; Kaufmann, O.G. 2018: Pc222. Duplex Scan and Histologic Assessment of Acute Renal Injury in a Kidney-Kidney Crosstalk Swine Experimental Model. Journal of Vascular Surgery 67(6): e233-e234
Boniakowski, A.; Kimball, A.; Davis, F.; Joshi, A.; Schaller, M.; Aaron denDekker, ; Kunkel, S.; Gallagher, K. 2018: Pc226. Metabolites Altered in Diabetic Macrophages Influence Chronic Inflammation. Journal of Vascular Surgery 67(6): e234-e235
Tillman, B.W.; Go, C.; Chen, Y.; Andraska, E.; McDaniel, B.; Markel, K.; Chun, Y. 2018: Pc228. A Magnetic Cannulation Approach Reduces Time and Radiation Exposure During Simulated Fenestrated Endograft Repair. Journal of Vascular Surgery 67(6): e235-e236
Berczeli, M.T.; Szilágyi, B.; Pál, D.; Sótonyi, P. 2018: Pc234. Ruptured Aortic Aneurysms and the Alternation of Biometeorologic Parameters: A New Method to Forecast Rare Events. Journal of Vascular Surgery 67(6): e236-e237
Almerey, T.; Sheikh-ali, R.; Farres, H.; Hakaim, A.G. 2018: Pc238. The Effect of Ischemia on Adipose-Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells Expression In Vivo. Journal of Vascular Surgery 67(6): e237-e238
Pini, R.; Faggioli, G.; Indelicato, G.; Gallitto, E.; Mascoli, C.; Mauro, G.; Stella, A. 2018: Ss29. Long-Term Advantage of Iliac Branch Devices over Flared Limbs in the Treatment of Common Iliac Aneurysms. Journal of Vascular Surgery 67(6): e238-e239
Sobocinski, J.; Dias, N.; Hongku, K.; Lombardi, J.V.; Zhou, Q.; Saunders, A.; Resch, T.; Haulon, S. 2018: Ss31. Tevar With Stent Grafts Alone or With a Composite Device Design in Patients With Acute Type B Aortic Dissection in the Setting of Malperfusion. Journal of Vascular Surgery 67(6): e239-e240
Sheahan, M.; Kim, J.J.; Lalani, A.M.; Sheahan, C.; Palit, T.; Torrance, B.; Unruh, M.; Batson, R. 2018: Rs09. The Fundamentals of Vascular Surgery: A 6-Year Review of the First U.S. Dedicated Vascular Simulation Course. Journal of Vascular Surgery 67(6): e240-e241
Wohlauer, M.; Jazaeri, O.; Brown, K.R.; Lee, A.; Hekman, K.; Magee, G.A.; Chaer, R.A.; Coleman, D.M. 2018: Ss32. Perspectives and Perceived Needs of the Contemporary Vascular Surgery Trainee: Results of the National Association of Program Directors in Vascular Surgery Trainee Survey. Journal of Vascular Surgery 67(6): e241-e242
Patel, J.A.; White, J.M.; White, P.; Rich, N.M.; Rasmussen, T.E. 2018: Ss34. A Contemporary, 7-Year Analysis of Vascular Injury From the War in Afghanistan. Journal of Vascular Surgery 67(6): e242-e243
Lu, T.; Loh, T.; Peden, E. 2018: Vh04. Inside-Out Approach to Central Venous Recanalization. Journal of Vascular Surgery 67(6): e244-e245
Hawkins, R.B.; Mehaffey, J.H.; Charles, E.; Upchurch, G.; Williams, C.; Robinson, W.P.; Tracci, M. 2018: Pc144. Socioeconomically Distressed Communities Associated With Sicker Patients and Worse Outcomes After Infrainguinal Bypass. Journal of Vascular Surgery 67(6): e212-e213
Lokuge, K.; de Waard, D.D.; Halliday, A.; Gray, A.; Bulbulia, R.; Mihaylova, B. 2018: Meta-Analysis of the Procedural Risks of Carotid Endarterectomy and Carotid Artery Stenting Over Time. Journal of Vascular Surgery 67(6): 1934-1935
Dua, A.; Koprowski, S.; Ali, F.; Desai, S.S. 2018: Factors that Predict Failure to Meet Merit-Based Incentive Payment System Quality Measures for Asymptomatic Carotid Endarterectomy. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(1): 310-311
Bozzay, J.; Walker, P.; Ronaldi, A.; Patel, J.; Moore, E.; White, P.; Rasmussen, T.; Golarz, S.; White, J. 2018: Infraclavicular Thoracic Outlet Decompression Is Superior to Supraclavicular Thoracic Outlet Decompression for the Management of Venous Thoracic Outlet Syndrome. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(2): e5-e6
Dua, A.; Sgroi, M.; Lavingia, K.; Rothenberg, K.A.; Mikkineni, K.; Sorial, E.; Garcia-Toca, M. 2018: Secondary Interventions in Patients With Implantable Cardiac Devices and Ipsilateral Arteriovenous Access. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(2): e6-e7
Hicks, C.W.; Canner, J.K.; Lum, Y.W.; Malas, M.B.; Black, J.H.; Abularrage, C.J. 2018: Long-Term Outcomes of an Endovascular-First Approach for Diabetic Patients With Predominantly Tibial Disease. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(2): e7-e8
Mofid, A.; Sharma, A.; Al-Shaikh, H.; Arnold, M.; Abularrage, C.J.; Lum, Y.W. 2018: Surgical Outcomes for Occluded Venous Thoracic Outlet Syndrome After Transaxillary First Rib Resection. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(2): e8-e9
Choudhry, A.J.; Shaw, P.; Gonzalez, L.; Costanza, M.J. 2018: Hybrid Endovascular Exclusion of a Bleeding Innominate Artery Pseudoaneurysm in a Patient With No Open Surgical Options. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(2): e9-e10
Huynh, C.; Shih, T.-Y.; Contreras, M.A.; Mooney, D.; Pradhan-Nabzdyk, L.; LoGerfo, F.W. 2018: Application of a Cryogel-Coated Prosthetic Vascular Graft Material for Delivery of Targeted Gene Therapies in a Rabbit Model. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(2): e10-e11
Locham, S.S.; Mathlouthi, A.; Nejim, B.; Aridi, H.D.; Challa, A.B.; Malas, M. 2018: Effect of Severe Anemia on Outcomes of Hemodialysis Vascular Access. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(2): e11-e12
Rhee, R.; Oderich, G.; Hertault, A.; Tenorio, E.; Shih, M.; Jacob, T.; Haulon, S. 2018: Multicenter Experience in Translumbar Type Ii Endoleak Treatment in the Hybrid Room With Needle Trajectory Planning and Fusion Guidance. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(2): e12-e13
O'Donnell, T.F.X.; Boitano, L.T.; Deery, S.E.; Clouse, W.D.; Siracuse, J.J.; Schermerhorn, M.L.; Green, R.; Takayama, H.; Patel, V.I. 2018: Factors Associated With Postoperative Renal Dysfunction and the Subsequent Impact on Survival After Open Juxtarenal Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repair. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(2): e13-e14
Benrashid, E.; Youngwirth, L.M.; Guest, K.; Cox, M.W.; Shortell, C.K.; Dillavou, E.D. 2018: Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Reduces Surgical Site Infections. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(2): e14-e15
Mohapatra, A.; Bertges, D.J.; Madigan, M.C.; Al-Khoury, G.E.; Makaroun, M.S.; Eslami, M.H. 2018: Nationwide Trends in Drug-Coated Balloon and Drug-Eluting Stent Utilization in the Femoropopliteal Arteries. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(2): e15-e16
O'Connor, D.J.; Nielsen, S.; Ratnathicam, A.; Cook, K.; Wilderman, M.; Simonian, G.; Napolitano, M. 2018: Distal True Lumen Compression After Thoracic Endovascular Repair for Aortic Dissection Treated With Endovascular Fenestration. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(2): e19-e20
Singh, T.; Huang, J.T.; Padberg, F.T.; Curi, M.A.; Wu, T. 2018: Basilic Vein Superficialization Is an Effective Alternative to Transposition in Patients Requiring Brachiobasilic Arteriovenous Fistula. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(2): e20-e21
Cheun, T.J.; Davies, M.G. 2018: Impact of Goal-Directed Statin Therapy on Open and Endovascular Interventions for Claudication Owing to Superficial Femoral Artery Disease. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(2): e21-e22
Tiu, B.; Shih, M.; Shiferson, A.; Pu, Q.H.; Jacob, T.; Rhee, R. 2018: Drug-Coated Balloon Angioplasty Confers No Advantage in the Treatment of Femoropopliteal Disease When Stenting Is Required. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(2): e22-e23
Mehta, M.; Paty, P.; Kostun, Z.; Hoosier-Paty, D.; Frazier, C.; Suchdeve, A. 2018: Aortic Septotomy For Management of Transient Ischemic Cauda Equina Syndrome in Patients With Complicated Type B Thoracic Aortic Dissection. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(2): e23-e24
Wengerter, S.P.; Chang, J.; McKinsey, J.F. 2018: Late Renal Salvage After Complex Endovascular Aneurysm Repair Complicated by Acute Renal Thrombosis. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(2): e24-e25
Sef, D.; Skopljanac-Macina, A.; Milosevic, M.; Skrtic, A.; Vidjak, V. 2018: Cerebral Neuromonitoring During Carotid Endarterectomy and Impact of Contralateral Internal Carotid Occlusion. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(2): 652-653
Osman, M.F.; Lyden, S.; Farivar, B.; Nazzal, M.; Srivastava, S. 2018: Contemporary Outcomes in the Management of Aortoenteric Fistula. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e47-e48
Motaganahalli, R.L.; Liang, T.; McAninch, C.; Acher, C.; Timsina, L.; Dalsing, M.C.; Fajardo, A.; Dimusto, P. 2018: Comparative Outcomes for Open and Endovascular Repair of Ruptured Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms Using Anatomic Criteria for Treatment Approach. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e48-e49
Maximus, S.; Skelly, C.; Milner, R. 2018: Velocities of Type Ii Endoleaks on Doppler Ultrasound Predict Outcome. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e49-e50
Tossas-Betancourt, C.; van Bakel, T.M.J.; Coleman, D.M.; Eliason, J.L.; Figueroa, C.A.; Stanley, J.C. 2018: Computational Analysis of Renal Artery Flow Characteristics by Modeling Aortoplasty and Aortic Bypass Interventions for Abdominal Aortic Coarctation. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e50-e51
Balderman, J.; Abuirqeba, A.; Pate, C.; Eichaker, L.; Earley, J.; Bottros, M.; Snyder-Rodgers, M.; Thompson, R.W. 2018: Treatment Results and Patient-Reported Outcomes Measures in Patients With Neurogenic Thoracic Outlet Syndrome. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e51-e52
Harris, D.; Matsumura, J.; DiMusto, P. 2018: A Frailty-Based Risk Score Predicts Morbidity and Mortality After Elective Endovascular Thoracic Aortic Aneurysm Repair. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e52-e53
Baker, D.; Long, G.; Callahan, R.; Studzinski, D.; Altshuler, J.; Brown, O.W. 2018: Intramural Hematomas of the Thoracic Aorta: Current Management and Outcomes: ASingle Institutions Experience During aDecade. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e53-e54
Walsh, M.; Lim, S.; Gil, L.; Halandras, P.; Bechara, C.; Aulivola, B.; Crisostomo, P. 2018: Deleterious Effects of General Anesthesia on Minor Foot Amputations. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e54-e55
Yoo, T.; Chou, D.; Prakash, S.; Satiani, B.; Starr, J.E. 2018: Premature Peripheral Arterial Disease Is Associated With Worse Outcomes in Patients Undergoing Infrainguinal Bypass and Endovascular Intervention. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e55-e56
Neville, E.T.; Robertson, B.J.; Fuller, T.J.; Hussain, L.R.; Recht, M.H.; Kuhn, B.A.; Kulwicki, A.D.; Muck, P.E. 2018: Early Findings With Vacuum-Assisted Thrombectomy for Acute Limb Ischemia. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e56-e57
Havel, L.L.; Borgert, A.J.; Kallies, K.J.; Shakhnovich, I. 2018: In Search of the Right Tool: Using a Standardized Risk Calculator to Predict Groin Wound Infection. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e57-e58
Batool, F.; Jackson, M.W.; Vely, A.; Khorfan, R.; Heidenreich, M.J.; Aziz, A. 2018: Popliteal Artery Aneurysm Repair with Minimally Invasive Endoscopic Vein Harvest Yields Outstanding Wound Healing Outcomes with Fast-Tracked Hospitalization. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e58-e59
Walpole, J.H.; Sharafuddin, J.H.; Sharp, A.J.; Deets, R.L.; Sharafuddin, M.J. 2018: Parallel Stent Graft Approaches in Zone 0 and Zone 1 Aortic Arch Aneurysmal Diseases. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e59-e60
Chou, D.; Yoo, T.; Go, M.R.; Starr, J.E.; Satiani, B. 2018: Survey of Vascular Surgery Trainees Suggests Standardized Vascular Laboratory Curriculum During Training May Be Valuable. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e60-e61
Vogel, T.R.; Bath, J.; Dombrovskiy, V.Y. 2018: Trends in Management and Outcomes of Vascular Emergencies in the United States. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e61-e62
Sullivan, T.M.; Alden, P.; Alexander, J.; Manunga, J.; Stephenson, E.; Titus, J.; Karam, J.; Teng, X.; Skeik, N.; Cragg, A. 2018: Clopidogrel Use is not Associated with increased Complications after Carotid Endarterectomy. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e62-e63
Boutrous, M.L.; Ta, A.L.; Tian, Y.; Freeman, C.A.; Smeds, M.R. 2018: Area Deprivation Index Score Is Associated With Lower Rates of Long-Term Follow-up After Upper Extremity Vascular Injuries. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e63-e64
Sawchuk, A.P.; Khan, M.; Deb, A.; Motaganahalli, R.L.; Fang, X.; Chen, F.; Yu, H.(W.) 2018: Noninvasive and Patient-Specific Assessment of True Severity of Renal Artery Stenosis for New Guidelines for Planning Stent Therapy. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e64-e65
Lavingia, K.S.; Tran, K.; Itoga, N.; Dua, A.; Mell, M.; Chandra, V. 2018: Multivessel Tibial Revascularization Does Not Improve Outcomes in Patients With Critical Limb Ischemia. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e31-e32
Chang, R.W.; Tucker, L.-Y.; Rothenberg, K.A.; Avins, A.L.; Kuang, H.C.; Faruqi, R.M.; Hill, B.B.; Nguyen-Huynh, M.N. 2018: Establishing a Carotid Artery Stenosis Disease Cohort for Comparative Effectiveness Research Using Natural Language Processing. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e32-e33
Ramirez, J.L.; Schaller, M.S.; Wu, B.; Reilly, L.M.; Chuter, T.A.M.; Hiramoto, J.S. 2018: Late Graft Failure Is Rare After Endovascular Aneurysm Repair Using the Zenith Stent Graft: Fifteen-Year Outcomes in a Cohort of High-Risk Patients. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e33-e34
Ghaffarian, A.A.; Foss, W.T.; Kraiss, L.W.; Smith, B.K.; Griffin, C.L.; Sarfati, M.R.; Brooke, B.S. 2018: Prognostic Implications of Diagnosing Frailty and Sarcopenia in Vascular Surgery Practice: Form Versus Function. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e34-e35
Kang, C.; Bartek, M.A.; Shalhub, S.; Nathan, D.P.; Sweet, M.P. 2018: Disease-Based Observation Cohort Study of Patients with Thoracoabdominal Aortic Aneurysm. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e35-e36
Magee, G.A.; Veranyan, N.; Ham, S.W.; Ziegler, K.R.; Weaver, F.A.; Fleischman, F.; Bowdish, M.; Han, S.M. 2018: Anatomic Suitability for Standard, Off-the-Shelf Thoracic Single Side-Branched Endograft in Patients With Type B Aortic Dissection. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e36-e37
Zierler, R.E.; Leotta, D.; Sansom, K.; Aliseda, A.; Anderson, M.; Sheehan, F. 2018: Factors Influencing Accuracy of Volume Flow Measurement in Dialysis Access Fistulas: Analysis Based on Duplex Ultrasound Simulation. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e37-e38
Brooke, B.S.; Nelson, R.E.; Griffin, C.L.; Kraiss, L.S. 2018: Cost-Effectiveness of Repeated Interventions on Failing Arteriovenous Fistulas: When Is It Time to Start Over?. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e38-e39
Chow, W.B.; Leverentz, D.M.; Tatum, B.; Starnes, B.W. 2018: Financial Analysis of Fenestrated Endovascular Aortic Aneurysm Repair at a High-Volume Medical Center. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e39-e40
Sabat, J.; Tan, T.-W.; Weinkauf, C.; Trouard, T.; Guzman, G.; Zhou, W. 2018: Factors Associated with Microembolization after Carotid Intervention. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e40-e41
Beckord, B.; Marcia, L.; Abdulla, S.; Moazzez, A.; Tung, C.; de Virgilio, C. 2018: Preoperative Testing among Patients Undergoing Arteriovenous Fistula Surgery. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e41-e42
Kronick, M.; Jung, E.; Abraham, C.; Liem, T.; Moneta, G.; Landry, G. 2018: Experienced Operators Achieve Superior Primary Patency and Wound Complication Rates With Endoscopic Great Saphenous Vein Harvest Compared With Open Harvest in Lower Extremity Bypasses. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e42-e43
Schaller, M.S.; Sorrentino, T.A.; Chen, M.; Grenon, S.M.; Conte, M.S. 2018: Leukocyte Phenotype Is Altered in Peripheral Arterial Disease. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e43-e44
Copeland, T.; Lawrence, P.; Woo, K. 2018: Outcomes of Hemodialysis Vascular Access in Patients Initiating Dialysis With a Tunneled Catheter. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e44-e45
Lotto, C.E.; Shah, S.; Nguyen, L.; Blackwood, S.L.; Ozaki, C.K.; Menard, M.T.; Belkin, M. 2018: Nesvs3. The Impact of Combined Iliac Occlusive Disease and Aortic Aneurysm on Open Surgical Repair. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(4): e97-e98
Humbarger, O.; Siracuse, J.; Rybin, D.; Stone, D.H.; Schermerhorn, M.; Farber, A.; Jones, D.W. 2018: Nesvs4. Broad Variation in Prosthetic Conduit Utilization for Femoropopliteal Bypass Is Not Justified on the Basis of Contemporary Outcomes Favoring Autologous Great Saphenous Vein. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(4): e98-e99
Blackwood, S.L.; O'Leary, J.J.; Lotto, C.E.; Shah, S.K.; Nguyen, L.L.; Gravereaux, E.C.; Menard, M.T.; Ozaki, C.K.; Gates, J.D.; Belkin, M. 2018: Nesvs8. Emergency Intraoperative Vascular Surgery Consultations at a Tertiary Academic Center. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(4): e100-e101
Wang, L.J.; Tsougranis, G.; Ergul, E.; Pendleton, A.A.; Clouse, W.D.; Eagleton, M.; Conrad, M.F. 2018: Nesvs10. Outcomes of Lower Extremity Bypass After Failed Endovascular or Open Revascularization Are Inferior to Bypasses Without Prior Intervention. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(4): e101-e102
Varkevisser, R.R.B.; O'Donnell, T.F.X.; Swerdlow, N.J.; Liang, P.; Li, C.; Ultee, K.H.J.; Pothof, A.B.; Verhagen, H.J.M.; Schermerhorn, M.L. 2018: Nesvs11. Fenestrated Endovascular Aneurysm Repair Is Associated With Lower Perioperative Morbidity and Mortality Compared with Open Juxtarenal Aneurysm Repair. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(4): e102-e103
Hanley, S.C.; Mackey, W.C.; Salehi, P.; Iafrati, M.D.; Suarez, L. 2018: Nesvs13. Distal Perfusion Cannulas Reduce Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation-Related Limb Ischemia but Not Mortality. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(4): e103-e104
Columbo, J.A.; Ramkumar, N.; Kang, R.; Trooboff, S.W.; Suckow, B.D.; Stone, D.H.; Sedrakyan, A.; Goodney, P.P. 2018: Nesvs17. Five-Year Reintervention and Rupture Rates After Endovascular Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repair in the Vascular Quality Initiative. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(4): e105-e106
Perri, J. 2018: Nesvs19. A Clean Slate? Patients Knowledge and Information Sources When Facing Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repair in the Prove-Aaa Trial. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(4): e106-e107
Boitano, L.T.; DeCarlo, C.S.; Schwartz, M.R.; Tanious, A.; LaMuraglia, G.M.; Conrad, M.F.; Eagleton, M.J.; Schwartz, S.I. 2018: Nesvs22. Surgeon Specialty Significantly Affects Outcome after Carotid Endarterectomy. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(4): e107-e108
Eslami, M.H.; Robinson, W.P.; Rybin, D.V.; Doros, G.; Siracuse, J.J.; Eldrup-Jorgensen, J.; Farber, A. 2018: Nesvs24. Younger Patients Have Worse Outcomes After Peripheral Vascular Interventions for Aortoiliac Occlusive Disease. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(4): e108-e109
Aurshina, A.; Zhang, Y.; Zhuo, H.; Cardella, J.; Orion, K.; Sumpio, B.; Sarac, T.P.; Ochoa Chaar, C.I. 2018: Nesvs26. Safety and Efficacy of Venous Ablation in Octogenarians. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(4): e109-e110
Hicks, C.W.; Canner, J.K.; Lum, Y.W.; Perler, B.A.; Black, J.H.; Abularrage, C.J. 2018: Everolimus Drug-Eluting Stents Are Associated With Improved Outcomes for the Treatment of Infrainguinal Bypass Graft Stenoses. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e67-e68
Jain, S.; Khan, H.; Afxentiou, S.; Abdin, R.; Harlock, J.; Narang, T.; Wheatcroft, M.; Hussain, M.; Singh, K.; Qadura, M. 2018: Status of Cardiac Markers in Patients With Peripheral Arterial Disease and Critical Limb Ischemia. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e68-e69
Rocha, R.; Gorman, A.; Binkowski, E.; Ouzounian, M.; Tan, K.T.; Lindsay, T. 2018: Endovascular Treatment of Thoracoabdominal Aortic Aneurysms Using Branched and Fenestrated Grafts: Single-Center Experience. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e69-e70
Strauss, S.; Mohan, A.; Sabri, E.; Brandys, T.; Hajjar, G.; Hill, A.; Kubelik, D.; Nagpal, S.; Jetty, P. 2018: Ultrasound Surveillance Following Carotid Endarterectomy: Prudent or Pointless?. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e72-e73
Kinio, A.; Ramsay, T.; Jetty, P.; Nagpal, S. 2018: Impact of Declining Institutional Memory on Adverse Events After Open Aneurysm Repair. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e77-e78
Yang, G.K.; Mordhorst, A.; Gagnon, J. 2018: Ultrasound-Guided Cyanoacrylate Injection for the Treatment of Incompetent Perforator Veins. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e78-e79
Wooster, E.M.; Hsu, J.; Seth, R.; Maniate, J.; Wooster, D.L. 2018: Engineering the Educational Experience: Creating a Genuine Clinical Experience for Trainee Learning and Assessment. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e80-e81
Rojas-Luengas, V.; Eisenberg, N.R.; Montbriand, G.J.; Roche-Nagle, G. 2018: Persistent Opioid Use after Vascular Surgery. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e81-e82
Zhao, F.; Wang, F.; Liu, L.; Wang, J.; King, M.W.; Wang, L. 2018: Composite Self-Expanding Bioresorbable Stents With Reinforced Compression Performance: A Computational and Experimental Investigation. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e82-e83
Hejazi, M.; Phani, A.S.; Gagnon, J.; Hsiang, Y.; Sassani, F. 2018: Deformation Characteristics of Venous Stents: A Comparative Assessment. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e84-e85
Rockley, M.; Yogendrakumar, V.; Rockley, K.; Jetty, P.; Fergusson, D. 2018: Prolonged Versus Brief Balloon Inflation for Arterial Angioplasty. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e85-e86
Lin, M.J.; Kabir, I.; Blakeslee-Carter, J.; Husain, S.; Dexter, D.J.; Panneton, J.M. 2018: Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Anatomic Severity Grading Score: Identifying Anatomic Attributes that Best Predict Endovascular Aneurysm Repair Outcomes. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e86-e87
Li, C.; Wang, F.; Guidoin, R.; Huang, X.; Zeng, Y.; Zhang, Z.; Wang, L. 2018: In Situ Tissue Engineering-Oriented Polylactic Acid-Polycaprolactone Composite Vascular Graft: Design and Characterization. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e87-e88
Lee, Y.; Phillips, S.A.; Stacey, M.C. 2018: The Use of Growth Factors for the Treatment of Chronic Venous Leg Ulcers: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e88-e89
AlHamzah, M.; Hughes, B.; Salata, K.; Hussain, M.A.; Al-Omran, M. 2018: The Feasibility and Accuracy of Automated Blood Pressure Cuff Ankle-Brachial Index Measurements in Outpatients Screening. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e89-e90
Doonan, R.J.; Abdullah, A.; Steinmetz-Wood, S.; Mekhaiel, S.; Obrand, D.; Gill, H. 2018: Carotid Endarterectomy in the Elderly: The McGill Experience. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e90-e91
McGuinness, B.; Elias, F.; Ali, K.P.; Namburi, J.; Ahmad, M.S.; Chan, B.; Szalay, D.; Rapanos, T. 2018: A Comparison of Duplex Ultrasound Findings 2 Years After Cyanoacrylate Embolization Versus Endovenous Laser Ablation of the Great Saphenous Vein. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e91-e92
Van Asseldonk, B.; ElZahabi, A.; Eisenberg, N.; Montbriand, J.; Roche-Nagle, G. 2018: Acute and Chronic Renal Dysfunction After Open and Endovascular Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repair. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): e92-e93
Lass, D.; Gloviczki, P.; Lawrence, P.F. 2018: John R. (Jack) Hoover, April 22, 1929 to May 22, 2018. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(4): 1268-1269
Wodarg, F.; Turner, E.L.; Dobson, J.; Ringleb, P.A.; Mali, W.P.; Fraedrich, G. 2018: Influence of Stent Design and Use of Protection Devices on Outcome of Carotid Artery Atenting: A Pooled Analysis of Individual Patient Data. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): 933-934
Stern, J.R.; Sun, T.; Mao, J.; Sedrakayn, A.; Meltzer, A.J. 2018: A Decade of Evar in New York State: Volumes, Outcomes, and Implications for the Dissemination of Endovascular Technology. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(3): 934-935
Sicard, G.A. 2018: Rutherford's Vascular Surgery and Endovascular Therapy. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(5): 1611-1612
Yang Chan, S.W.; Lo, Z.J.; Hong, Q.; Chandrasekar, S.; Leong Tan, G.W. 2018: Lea 8. Use of Negative Pressure Wound Therapy With Instillation in Diabetic Foot Wounds: Initial Experience in an Asian Population. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(5): e116-e117
Loke, Y.; Ng, I.; Lo, Z.J.; Hong, Q.; Leong Tan, G.W.; Chandrasekar, S. 2018: Lea 11. Implementation of a Multidisciplinary Team Approach in Lower Extremity Amputation Prevention Program for Diabetic Foot Ulcer Referral from Primary Health Care to a Tertiary Center Vascular Surgery Clinic: Initial Experience in an Asian Population. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(5): e117-e118
Palermo, C.; Sanfiorenzo, A.; Trigona, C.; Bernardini, G.; Veroux, P. 2018: Lea 15. Role of Monocytes in the Treatment of Chronic Limb Ischemia and Hard to Heal Ulcers. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(5): e119-e120
Rana, T.A.; Elsaadeny, A.; Altawalah, M.; Binkhamis, S.; Badran, M. 2018: Lea 18. Safety of Outpatient Lower Extremity Endovascular Intervention in Diabetic Peripheral Vascular Disease: A Single-Center Experience. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(5): e120-e121
Rodney S., R.; Nagabhushan, K.N. 2018: Lea 20. Aneurysm of Persistent Sciatic Artery With Acute Lower Limb Ischemia Hybrid Approach in Management. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(5): e121-e122
Thieme, M. 2018: Lea 23. The 12-Month Results of the EffPac Trial. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(5): e122-e123
Zhang, L.; Lo, Z.J.; Hong, Q.; Leong Tan, G.W.; Chandrasekar, S. 2018: Lea 25. Outcomes in Limb Preservation After Revascularization and Minor Amputations in 876 Patients With Peripheral Arterial Disease During a 9-Year Period. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(5): e123-e124
Martinez, L.; Esteve, V.; Paredes, E.; Yeste, M.; Llagostera, S. 2018: Ava 2. Neuromuscular Electrostimulation: A New Therapeutic Option to Improve Radiocephalic Arteriovenous Fistula Maturation in End-Stage Chronic Kidney Disease Patients. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(5): e124-e125
Leopoldo Alvarado, L.C.; Rigoberto Roman, M.; Olivares, M.D. 2018: Vci 1. Is the Nutcracker Syndrome the Most Important Actor in the Presence and Presentation of the Pelvic Congestion Syndrome?. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(5): e125-e126
Obermayer, A. 2018: Lev 2. Preliminary First in Human Ultrasound-Guided High-Intensity Focused Ultrasound Treatment in Superficial Lower Limb Veins. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(5): e126-e127
Torma, N.; Sihotsky, V.; Kopolovets, I. 2018: Lev 5. A Comparison of 1470-nm Endovenous Laser Ablation and Radiofrequency Ablation in the Treatment of Great and Small Saphenous Vein Insufficiency. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(5): e127-e128
Kokkosis, A.A.; Garcia, R.; Gagne, P.J.; Elias, S.; Gasparis, A.P.; Labropoulos, N. 2018: Lev 10. Single-Session Femoral-Popliteal Venoplasty for Infrainguinal Obstruction. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(5): e129-e130
Kerselaers, L.; Gallala, S.; Aerden, D.; Von Kemp, K.; Debing, E. 2018: Car 2. Results of Carotid Artery Stenting in a Belgian Real-World Practice. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(5): e130-e131
Štefanič, P.; Sihotský, V.; Sabol, F.; Tomečko, M.; Závacká, M.; Kopolovets, I.; Frankovičová, M.; Luczy, J.; Hertelyová, Z. 2018: Car 11. Concentration of Specific Markers in Patients With the Subclinical Form of Atherosclerosis. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(5): e133-e134
DeMarco, E.; Giaquinta, A.; Sanzone, A.; Carbonaro, A.; Zappalà, A.; Veroux, P. 2018: Aa1. Contrast Medium-Free Approach to Patients With Abdominal Aortic Disease and Renal Insufficiency. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(5): e134-e135
Rancic, Z.; Sette, M.M. 2018: Aa8. Track Cath System: New Approach to Cannulation. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(5): e137-e138
Väärämäki, S.; Uurto, I.; Suominen, V. 2018: Aa13. Postoperative Imaging Follow-up at Two Years Predicts Long-Term Outcome After Endovascular Aneurysm Repair. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(5): e139-e140
Davì, A.; Giaquinta, A.; Carbone, F.; Bernardini, G.; Sanzone, A.; Veroux, P. 2018: Taa1. The Role of Intravascular Ultrasound for Endovascular Management of Stanford Type B Aortic Dissection: Systematic Review of the Literature. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(5): e140-e141
San Norberto, E.M.; Flota, C.; Fidalgo-Domingos, L.; García-Sáiz, I.; Vaquero, C. 2018: Taa4. Endovascular Treatment of Thoracoabdominal Aortic Aneurysms Using Multibranched Stent Grafts. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(5): e141-e142
Taher, F.; Falkensammer, J.; Uhlmann, M.; Plimon, M.; Assadian, A. 2018: Taa5. Technical Feasibility and Early Results of a Custom-Made Iliac Fenestrated Device. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(5): e142-e143
Zhou, Y.; Kou, L.; Yang, Y.; Chen, Z. 2018: Taa8. Aortic Epithelioid Angiosarcoma After Endovascular Treatment of Descending Aortic Ulcer. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(5): e143-e144
Bharadwaz, A. 2018: Taa11. Pushing the Limits of Proximal Sealing Zone for Emergency Thoracic Endovascular Aortic Repair by Periprocedural Combined Embolization for Acute Thoracic Aortic Aneurysm Rupture: In the Middle of the Night. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(5): e144-e145
Liu, Z.; Yu, T.; Zhou, M.; Qiao, T.; Wang, W.; Liu, C.; Li, X.; Li, C. 2018: Taa13. Treatment of Aortic Arch Diseases With Three Fenestrated Stent Grafts of In Situ Fenestration and Prefenestration. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(5): e145-e146
Yen, H.-T.; Shih, C.-C.; Chen, I.M. 2018: Taa17. Double-Barreled and Branched Endografting for Thoracoabdominal Aortic Aneurysm: The Hexapus Technique. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(5): e147-e148
Rajasinghe, H.A.; Miller, L.E.; Chahwan, S.H.; Zamora, A.J. 2018: Toi 2. Underutilization of Artificial Intelligence by Vascular Specialists. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(5): e148-e149
Ferber, L.; Ferber, M.; Soares, R.R.; Marcius de Carvalho Valle, L.; Miranda, P.C.; Soares da Mata, D.; Ferreira, M. 2018: Toi 4. Endovascular Treatment of Tracheoinnominate Artery Fistula. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(5): e149-e150
Salahuddin, F.; Berlas, F.T.; Mumtaz, A. 2018: Toi 6. Heart in Abdomen: Challenge to Deal With Pseudoaneurysm of Superior Mesenteric Artery With Tetralogy of Fallot. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(5): e150-e151
Sullivan, J.; Bellas, N.; Thoens, J.; Gallagher, J.; Divinagracia, T. 2018: Toi 9. A Rare Case of Bilateral External Iliac Artery Thrombosis due to Endofibrosis in a 33-Year-Old Female Triathlete. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(5): e151-e152
Ghoneim, B.; Canning, P.; Hynes, N.; Tawfick, W.; Sultan, S. 2018: Aan 5. Internal Iliac Artery Sacrifice during Endovascular Aneurysm Repair. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(5): e154-e155
Pasqui, E.; de Donato, G.; Chisci, E.; Michelagnoli, S.; Carbonari, L.; Pagliariccio, G.; Ercolini, L.; Ventoruzzo, G.; Ventura, M.; Leopardi, M.; Credi, G.; Viganó, M.; Antico, A.; DiMatteo, L.; Lenti, M. 2018: Aan 9. Influence of Earthquakes on the Occurrence of Aortic Aneurysm Ruptures. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(5): e155-e156
Stenson, K.; Patterson, B.; de Bruin, J.; Holt, P.; Loftus, I. 2018: Aan 11. Endovascular Aneurysm Sealing With Chimney Grafts Outcomes from the First 77 Cases at a Single Institution. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(5): e156-e157
Capoccia, L.; Sirignano, P.; Mansour, W.; Panico, M.A.; Baldassarre, V.; Alessandro d'Adamo, ; Sbarigia, E.; Speziale, F. 2018: Cad 2. Perioperative Complication Risk Prediction According to Carotid Plaque Ulceration in 964 Consecutive Carotid Endarterectomies. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(5): e157-e158
Gunaydin, S.; Budak, A.B.; Gunertem, O.E.; Ozisik, K. 2018: Lue 2. Midterm Clinical Outcome of Minimally Invasive Vein-Restoring Treatment Method for Chronic Venous Insufficiency. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(5): e160-e161
Ghoneim, B.; ElSherif, M.; Sharkawi, M.E.L.; Hynes, N.; Tawfick, W.; Canning, P.; Sultan, S. 2018: Leo 1. Total Endovascular Management of Aortoiliac Occlusive Disease. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(5): e161-e162
Klaphake, S.; Fakhry, F.; Rouwet, E.V.; van der Laan, L.; Wever, J.J.; Teijink, J.A.W.; Hoffmann, W.H.; van Petersen, A.S.; van Brussel, J.P.; Stultiens, G.N.M.; Derom, A.; den Hoed, P.T.; Ho, G.H.; van Dijk, L.C.; Verhofstad, N. 2018: Leo 3. Long-Term Outcome of a Randomized Trial Comparing Endovascular Revascularization plus Supervised Exercise With Supervised Exercise Only for Intermittent Claudication. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(5): e162-e163
Ronchey, S.; Fazzini, S.; Scali, S.; Torsello, G.; Kubilis, P.; Veith, F. 2018: Collected Transatlantic Experience From the Pericles Registry: Use of Chimney Grafts to Treat Post-Evar Type Ia Endoleaks Shows Good Midterm Results. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(4): 1272-1273
Bjorkman, P.; Auvinen, T.; Hakovirta, H.; Romsi, P.; Turtiainen, J.; Manninen, H. 2018: Drug-Eluting Stents Show Similar Patency Rates as Prosthetic Bypass in Patients With Femoropopliteal Occlusion in a Randomized Trial. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(4): 1273-1274
Yilmaz, F.; Yavuz, T.; Gedik, S.; Yerebakan, H. 2018: Leo 7. Safety and Effectiveness of the Novel Temren Atherectomy System Combined Use With Extender Drug-Eluting Balloon in Lower Extremity Arteries. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(5): e163-e164
Vance, A.Z.; Leung, D.A.; Clark, T.W. 2018: Tips for Pedal Access: Technical Evolution and Review. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(5): 1608-1609
Arnaoutakis, D.J.; Scali, S.T.; Beck, A.W.; Huber, T.S.; Martin, A.J.; Laquian, L.F.; Beaver, T.M.; Upchurch, G.R. 2019: Comparative Outcomes of Open, Hybrid, and Fenestrated Branched Endovascular Repair of Extent Ii and Iii Thoracoabdominal Aortic Aneurysms. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(1): e3-e4
Suarez-Pierre, A.; Zhou, X.; Gonzalez, J.E.; Rizwan, M.; Fraser, C.D.; Lui, C.; Malas, M.B.; Abularrage, C.J.; Black, J.H. 2019: Association of Preoperative Spinal Drainage Placement With Spinal Cord Ischemia Among Patients Undergoing Thoracic Endovascular Aortic Repair. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(1): e4-e5
Giles, K.A.; Huber, T.S.; Upchurch, G.R.; Beck, A.W.; Arnaoutakis, D.; Back, M.R.; Scali, S.T. 2019: Influence of Hospital Volume on Patient Selection, Risk of Complications, and Mortality From Failure to Rescue After Open Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repair. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(1): e5-e6
West-Livingston, L.N.; Lee, S.J.; Ju, Y.M.; Lee, H. 2019: Development of a Multifunctionalized Vascular Scaffolding System to Induce In Situ Endothelialization. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(1): e6-e7
Bellomo, T.R.; Hwang, C.; Corriere, M.A. 2019: Scope and Prevalence of Conflicts of Interest Among Highly Cited Peripheral Artery Disease Research Studies. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(1): e7-e8
AbuRahma, A.F.; AbuRahma, Z.; Scott, G.; Adams, E.; Beasley, M.; Davis, M.; Dean, L.S.; Davis, E. 2019: Clinical Outcome of Drug-Eluting Balloon Angioplasty in Patients With Femoropopliteal Disease: Real-World Single Center Experience. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(1): e9-e10
Hawkins, R.B.; Mehaffey, J.H.; Charles, E.J.; Schneider, E.B.; Tracci, M.C. 2019: Socioeconomically Distressed Communities Index independently Predicts Major Adverse Limb Events After Infrainguinal Bypass in a National Cohort. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(1): e12-e13
Velazquez-Ramirez, G.; Krebs, J.; Stafford, J.; Ur, R.; Craven, T.; Bleyer, A.; Goldman, M.; Hurie, J.; Edwards, M. 2019: Prevalence of Chronic Opioid use in Patients With Peripheral Arterial Disease Undergoing Lower Extremity Interventions. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(1): e13-e14
Stone, P.A.; Campbell, J.E.; AbuRahma, Z.; Thompson, S.N. 2019: A Prospective Randomized Study Comparing Ultrasound- Versus Fluoroscopic-Guided Femoral Arterial Access in Noncardiac Vascular Patients. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(1): e14-e15
Scali, S.T.; Giles, K.A.; Wang, G.J.; Huber, T.S.; Upchurch, G.R.; Siracuse, J.J.; Shutze, W.P.; Beck, A.W. 2019: National Incidence, Mortality Outcomes, and Predictors of Spinal Cord Ischemia After Thoracic Endovascular Aortic Repair. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(1): e15-e16
Barbey, S.; Yaghjyan, L.; Kubilis, P.; Beck, A.W.; Goodney, P.; Giles, K.A.; Huber, T.S.; Upchurch, G.R.; Scali, S.T. 2019: Influence of Gender and Frailty on Mortality After Elective Aortic Aneurysm Repair. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(1): e16-e17
Moore, J.L.; Novak, Z.; McFarland, G.E.; Patterson, M.A.; Passman, M.A.; Spangler, E.L.; Pearce, B.J.; Beck, A.W. 2019: Effects of Statin and Antiplatelet Therapy Noncompliance and Intolerance on Patient Outcomes Following Vascular Surgery. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(1): e17-e18
Birjiniuk, J.; Oshinski, J.; Ku, D.; Veeraswamy, R. 2019: Endograft Exclusion of the False Lumen Restores Local Hemodynamics in a Model of Type B Aortic Dissection. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(1): e18-e19
Reeve, T.E.; Craven, T.E.; Goldman, M.P.; Hurie, J.B.; Velazquez-Ramirez, G.; Edwards, M.S.; Corriere, M.A. 2019: Outpatient Grip Strength Measurement Predicts Survival, Perioperative Adverse Events, and Nonhome Discharge Among Patients With Vascular Disease. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(1): e19-e20
Coselli, J.S.; Amarasekara, H.S.; Zhang, Q.; Preentaz, O.; de la Cruz, K.I.; Chatterjee, S.; Price, M.D.; Green, S.; LeMaire, S.A. 2018: The Impact of Preoperative Chronic Kidney Disease on Outcomes After Crawford Extent Ii Thoracoabdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repairs. Journal of Vascular Surgery 68(6): 1956-1957
Texakalidis, P.; Giannopoulos, S.; Jonnalagadda, A.K.; Chitale, R.V.; Jabbour, P.; Armstrong, E.J. 2019: Preoperative use of statins in carotid artery stenting: a systemic review and meta-analysis. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(1): 305-306
Stern, J.R.; Elmously, A.; Smith, M.C.; Connolly, P.H.; Meltzer, A.J.; Schneider, D.B. 2019: Transradial interventions in contemporary vascular surgery practice. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(1): 306-307
Piffaretti, G.; Pratesi, G.; Gelpi, G.; Galli, M.; Criado, F.J.; Antonello, M. 2019: Comparison of Two Different Techniques for Isolated Left Subclavian Artery Revascularization During Thoracic Endovascular Aortic Repair in Zone 2. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(2): 620-621
Doshi, R.; Cangal, K.H.; Gupta, R.; Sha, J.; Patel, K.; Desai, R. 2019: Comparison of Outcomes and Cost of Endovascular Management vs Surgical Bypass for the Management of Lower Extremity Peripheral Arterial Disease. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(2): 621-622
Berns, J.S.; Glickman, A.; McCoy, M.S. 2019: Dialysis-Facility Joint-Venture Ownership: Hidden Conflicts of Interest. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(2): 622-623
Dilaver, N.; Twine, C.P.; Bosanquet, D.C. 2019: Direct vs. Indirect Angiosomal Revascularisation of Infrapopliteal Arteries, an Updated Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(1): 308-309
Hicks, C.W.; Nejim, B.; Aridi, H.D.; Black, J.H.; Malas, M.B. 2019: Transfemoral Carotid Artery Stents Should Be Used With Caution in Patients With Asymptomatic Carotid Artery Stenosis. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(3): 966-967
Habib, N.; Mahmoodi, B.K.; Suttorp, M.J.; Kelder, J.C.; Tromp, S.C.; Sonker, U. 2019: Long-term Results of Carotid Stenting and Risk Factors in Patients With Severe Carotid Artery Stenosis Undergoing Subsequent Cardiac Surgery. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(3): 967-968
Muller, M.D.; von Felten, S.; Algra, A.; Becquemin, J.P.; Brown, M.; Bulbulia, R. 2019: Immediate and Delayed Procedural Stroke or Death in Stenting Versus Endarterectomy for Symptomatic Carotid Stenosis. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(3): 968-969
Schaefers, J.F.; Donas, K.P.; Panuccio, G.; Kasprzak, B.; Heine, B.; Torsello, G.B.; Osada, N.; Usai, M.V. 2019: Outcomes of Surgical Explantation of Infected Aortic Grafts After Endovascular and Open Abdominal Aneurysm Repair. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(2): 624-625
Steenberge, S.P.; Clair, D.G.; Smolock, C.J.; Caputo, F.J.; Lyden, S.P. 2019: Predicting Visceral Aortic Growth after Infrarenal Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repair. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(3): e25-e26
Anderson, E.; Crawford, J.D.; Fatima, J.; Scali, S.; Back, M.; Giles, K.; Arnaoutakis, D.J.; Cooper, M.; Berceli, S.; Upchurch, G.; Huber, T. 2019: Treatment Strategies and Outcomes of Infected Thoracoabdominal and Pararenal Aortic Aneurysms. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(3): e26-e27
Bath, J.; Lawrence, P.F.; Neal, D.; Zhao, Y.; Beck, A.W.; Conte, M.; Schermerhorn, M.; Woo, K. 2019: Poor Medical Management, Atherectomy, and Multilevel Therapy Are Associated With Worse Outcomes After Endovascular Interventions for Claudication. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(3): e27-e28
Sheehan, B.; Grigorian, A.; de Virgilio, C.; Fujitani, R.M.; Kabutey, N.-K.; Lekawa, M.; Schubl, S.D.; Nahmias, J. 2019: Predictors of Blunt Abdominal Aortic Injury in Trauma Patients and Analysis for Mortality. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(3): e28-e29
Wang, L.J.; Mohebali, J.; Goodney, P.; Patel, V.; Conrad, M.; Eagleton, M.; Clouse, W.D. 2019: The Effect of Clinical Coronary Disease Severity on Outcomes of Carotid Endarterectomy With and Without Combined Coronary Bypass. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(3): e29-e30
Maloni, K.; Dougherty, M.J.; Calligaro, K.D.; Troutman, D.A.; Madden, N.J. 2019: Site of Service Influence on Stent Utilization for Hemodialysis Access Interventions. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(3): e30-e31
Shannon, A.H.; Goudreau, B.J.; de Grijs, D.; Cook, I.; Tyerman, Z.M.; Cullen, J.M.; Upchurch, G.R.; Robinson, W.P. 2019: Training in Modern Lower Extremity Revascularization: Analysis of the Operative Experience of Surgical Trainees During 20 Years. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(3): e31-e32
Sheaffer, W.W.; Davila, V.J.; Mendes, B.C.; Meltzer, A.J.; Stone, W.M.; Money, S.R.; Bower, T.C. 2019: Primary Venous Leiomyosarcoma: Reconstructive and Oncologic Outcomes. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(3): e32-e33
Singh, K.; Hawkins, K.; Cooper, M.; Lachhar, G.; Zia, S.; Schor, J.; Deitch, J. 2019: Limb Salvage for Hopeless Lymphedema: Reviving the Charles Procedure. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(3): e33-e34
O'Donnell, T.F.; Boitano, L.T.; Deery, S.E.; Lancaster, R.T.; Siracuse, J.J.; Schermerhorn, M.L. 2019: Hospital Volume Matters: The Volume-Outcome Relationship in Open Juxtarenal Aaa Repair. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(4): 1323-1324
Wong, G.; Lahsaei, S.; Aoun, J.; Garcia, L.A. 2019: Management of Common Femoral Artery Occlusive Disease: A Review of Endovascular Treatment Strategies and Outcomes. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(4): 1324-1325
O'Donnell, T.F.; Schermerhorn, M.L.; Lian, P.; Li, C.; Swerdlow, N.J.; Wang, G.J. 2019: Weekend Effect in Carotid Endarterectomy. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(4): 1325-1326
Sörelius, K.; Wanhainen, A.; Wahlgren, C.-M.; Langenskiöld, M.; Roos, H.; Resch, T.; Vaccarino, R.; Arvidsson, B.; Gillgren, P.; Bilos, L.; Pirouzram, A.; Holsti, M.; Mani, K. 2019: Nationwide Study on Treatment of Mycotic Thoracic Aortic Aneurysms. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(3): 972-973
Pecoraro, F.; Bracale, U.M.; Farina, A.; Badalamenti, G.; Ferlito, F.; Lachat, M. 2019: Single-Center Experience and Preliminary Results of Intravascular Ultrasound in Endovascular Aneurysm Repair. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(5): 1646-1647
Hossain, S.; Leblanc, D.; Farber, A.; Power, A.H.; DeRose, G.; Duncan, A.; Dubois, L. 2019: Infrainguinal Bypass Following Failed Endovascular Intervention Compared With Primary Bypass: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(5): 1648-1649
Upchurch, G.R. 2019: Vascular surgery needs millennials!. Journal of Vascular Surgery 70(1): 8-14
Wijnand, J.; Gasper, W.J.; Verhaar, M.C.; de Borst, G.J.; Conte, M.S. 2019: If02. Angiographic Patterns at the Ankle and Foot Level in Patients With Critical Limb-Threatening Ischemia Correlate With Healing of Transmetatarsal Amputation. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(6): e45-e46
Noori, V.; Malas, M.B.; Eldrup-Jorgensen, J.; Aranson, N.J.; Powell, R.J.; O'Connor, D.; Schermerhorn, M.L.; Nolan, B. 2019: If04. Risk Factors for Postoperative Hypotension and Associated Outcomes After Carotid Artery Stenting. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(6): e46-e47
Orrico, M.; Ronchey, S.; Setacci, C.; Lorido, A.; Vona, A.; Marino, M.; Nesi, F.; Mangialardi, N. 2019: If07. Early Renal Function Alterations in Renal Branches Versus Renal Fenestrations. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(6): e47-e48
Yokoi, Y.; Azuma, T.; Niinami, H. 2019: If11. Initial Experience of a Precurved Fenestrated/branched Convertible Endograft for Aortic Arch Lesions. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(6): e49-e50
Soler, R.; Chaufour, X.; Segal, J.; Magnan, P.E.; Favre, J.-P.; Rosset, E.; Ricco, J.-B. 2019: If13. Open Repair of Juxtarenal Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms Is Durable With Preservation of Renal Function. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(6): e50-e51
Kitagawa, A.; Nagao, T.; Yamada, Y. 2019: If15. The Proximity of Superficial Epigastric Vein to Saphenofemoral Junction Is Associated With Endovenous Heat-Induced Thrombosis After Radiofrequency Ablation for Varicose Veins. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(6): e51-e52
Adnan, S.M.; Romagnoli, A.N.; Madurska, M.J.; DuBose, J.J.; Scalea, T.M.; Morrison, J.J. 2019: If16. Safety and Efficacy of Radial Access for the Management of Endovascular Trauma. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(6): e52-e53
Suckow, B.D.; Stone, D.H.; Powell, R.J.; King-Paulson, E.; Zwolak, R.M.; Kang, J.; Kuwayama, D.; Goodney, P.P. 2019: Vess02. Twenty-Year National Trends in Peripheral Vascular Procedures Among Medicare Patients. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(6): e53-e54
Ross, E.; Leeper, N.; Ingelsson, E. 2019: Vess04. A Comprehensive Evaluation of Lifestyle and Social Factors Related to Peripheral Artery Disease Events in a Large Longitudinal Study. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(6): e54-e55
Dua, A.; Savage, D.; Rens, N.; Gandhi, N.; Brooke, B.S.; Corriere, M.; Jackson, E.; Aalami, O. 2019: Vess05. National Assessment of Availability, Awareness, and Utilization of Supervised Exercise Therapy for Peripheral Artery Disease in Patients With Intermittent Claudication. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(6): e55-e56
Joh, J.H.; Cho, S. 2019: Vess08. Incidence, Classification, and Risk Factors of Endovenous Glue-Induced Thrombosis After Cyanoacrylate Closure of Varicose Vein. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(6): e57-e58
Boitano, L.T.; DeBono, M.; Tanious, A.; Iannuzzi, J.C.; Clouse, W.D.; Eagleton, M.J.; LaMuraglia, G.; Conrad, M.F. 2019: Vess13. Men With a History of Retention, Diabetes and Advanced Age Are at High Risk for Urinary Retention After Carotid Endarterectomy. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(6): e59-e60
Aridi, H.D.; Kashyap, V.S.; Wang, G.J.; Jorgensen, J.; Schermerhorn, M.L.; Malas, M.B. 2019: Vess14. Age and Outcomes After Transcarotid Artery Revascularization, Transfemoral Carotid Artery Stenting, and Carotid Endarterectomy. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(6): e60-e61
Ding, H.; Xie, E.; Luo, S.; Zhu, Y.; Liu, Y.; Huang, W.; Fan, R.; Luo, J. 2019: Iysc01. Early and Long-term Outcomes of Hybrid Technique for Thoracic Aortic Pathologies Involving Aortic Arch. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(6): e62-e63
Matsushita, A.; Hattori, T.; Mihara, W. 2019: Iysc03. Expansion of False Lumen Led to Rapid Aortic Enlargement in Type B Aortic Dissection. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(6): e63-e64
Zacà, S.; Pisanello, S.; Tedesco, M.; Carlino, C.; Marinazzo, D.; Angiletta, D.; Pulli, R. 2019: Iysc05. Different Techniques in Endovascular Treatment of Obstructive Aortoiliac Disease. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(6): e64-e65
Smith, H.; Lim, C.S.; Evans, N.; Papadopoulou, A.; Khalifa, M.; Tsui, J.; Hamilton, G.; Brookes, J.A. 2019: Iysc10. Review of Serious Complications from Embolosclerotherapy of Head and Neck Vascular Malformations in a Single Specialist Center. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(6): e66-e67
Smeds, M.R.; Aulivola, B. 2019: Vess18. Gender Disparity and Sexual Harassment in Vascular Surgery Practices. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(6): e67-e68
Mohebali, J.; Latz, C.A.; Cambria, R.; Patel, V.; Ergul, E.; Lancaster, R.T.; Conrad, M.F.; Clouse, W.D. 2019: Vess22. The Long-Term Fate of Renal and Visceral Vessel Reconstruction After Open Thoracoabdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repair. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(6): e69-e70
Gallitto, E.; Faggioli, G.; Vacirca, A.; Pini, R.; Mascoli, C.; Fenelli, C.; Abualhin, M.; Gargiulo, M. 2019: Vess24. The Benefit of Combined Co2 Automated Angiography and Fusion Imaging in Preserving Perioperative Renal Function in Fenestrated Endografting. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(6): e70-e71
Lee, S.-R.; Zhuo, H.; Zhang, Y.; Dahl, N.; Dardik, A.; Ochoa Chaar, C.I. 2019: Vess26. Risk Factors and Safe Contrast Volume Thresholds for Acute Renal Failure After Peripheral Vascular Interventions. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(6): e71-e72
Nissen, A.P.; Ocasio, L.; Tjaden, B.L.; Sandhu, H.K.; Riascos, R.F.; Safi, H.J.; Estrera, A.L.; Charlton-Ouw, K.M. 2019: Vess28. Imaging Characteristics of Acute Type A Aortic Dissection and Candidacy for Repair With Ascending Aortic Endografts. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(6): e72-e73
Mirza, A.K.; Kalra, M.; Chaparala, S.; Erben, Y.; DeMartino, R.R.; Oderich, G.S.; Bower, T.C.; Gloviczki, P. 2019: Vess30. Effect of Aneurysm Sac Size Change Following Endovascular Aortic Repair on Long-Term Patient Survival. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(6): e73-e74
Lepidi, S.; Squizzato, F.; Fovino, L.N.; Badawy, M.R.; Fraccaro, C.; Mario, D.; Antonello, M.; Tarantini, G. 2019: Ift09. Clinical Impact of Significant Carotid Stenosis in Patients Undergoing Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(6): e79-e80
Eleshra, A.; Kolbel, T.; Tsilimparis, N.; Panuccio, G.; Scheerbaum, M.; Debus, E.S.; Rohlffs, F. 2019: Ift11. Candy Plug Generation Ii for False Lumen Occlusion in Chronic Aortic Dissection: Feasibility and Early Results. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(6): e80-e81
Aridi, H.D.; Locham, S.; Mathlouthi, A.; Malas, M.B. 2019: Rs05. Comparison of Open Versus Closed-Cell Stent Design on Periprocedural Outcomes After Carotid Artery Stenting in the Vascular Quality Initiative. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(6): e101-e102
George, E.L.; Colvard, B.; Ho, V.T.; Rothenberg, K.A.; Lee, J.T.; Stern, J.R. 2019: Ip225. Real-World Outcomes of Ekos Ultrasound-Enhanced Catheter-Directed Thrombolysis for Acute Limb Ischemia. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(6): e170-e171
Leckie, K.; Green, L.; Wang, K.S.; Gutwein, A.R.; Motaganahalli, R.L.; Fajardo, A.; Murphy, M.P.; Maijub, J.G. 2019: Ss20. Medium-term Effect of Intramuscular Injection of Autologous Bone Marrow Cells in Patients With Critical Limb Ischemia: Two-Year Follow-up of the Mobile Trial. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(6): e194-e195
Wanken, Z.J.; Barnes, J.; Columbo, J.A.; Jella, T.; Khoshgowari, A.; Kim, D.; Riblet, N.; Goodney, P.P. 2019: Pc028. A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Long-term Reintervention After Endovascular Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repair. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(6): e210-e212
Jetty, P.; Kubelik, D.; Nagpal, S.; Hill, A.; Hajjar, G.; Brandys, T.; Lebouthelier, M.; Gandara, E. 2019: Pc078. Rivaroxaban plus Aspirin Versus Standard Dual Antiplatelet Therapy After Angioplasty for Lower Extremity Peripheral Artery Disease in Patients With Critical Limb Ischemia and Claudication (Rival-Pad). Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(6): e227-e228
Motta, F.; Mangum, K.; Kalbaugh, C.A.; Crowner, J.; Marston, W.; Pascarella, L.; McGinigle, K.L.; Farber, M.A. 2019: Pc206. Long-term Outcomes of Endovascular Treatment of Blunt Aortic Injury. Journal of Vascular Surgery 69(6): e261-e262
Fridman, S.; Lownie, S.P.; Mandzia, J. 2019: Diagnosis and Management of Carotid Free-Floating Thrombus: A Systematic Literature Review. Journal of Vascular Surgery 70(1): 329-330
Bonasso, P.C.; Jones, B.; Pillai, L. 2019: Percutaneous Access of the Superior Vena Cava in Patients With Bilateral Jugular-Subclavian Vein Occlusion Using Wire-Target Access for Placement of Tunneled Hemodialysis Catheters. Journal of Vascular Surgery 70(2): e15-e16
Wert, W.G.; Nikam, S.; Mariner, D.; Obmann, M.; Song, B.; Sellers, W.; Davis, K.; Sun, H. 2019: Vascular Exposure for Anterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion: Identifying Risk Factors for Complications. Journal of Vascular Surgery 70(2): e17-e18
Andraska, E.; Haga, L.; Li, X.; Avgerinos, E.; Singh, M.; Chaer, R.; Madigan, M.; Eslami, M. 2019: Retrograde Open Mesenteric Stenting Should Be Considered an Initial Approach to Acute Mesenteric Ischemia. Journal of Vascular Surgery 70(2): e21-e22
Juma, E.; Dowling, C.; Ha, M.; Mann, D.; Kim, M.; DiLello, L.; Schlieder, I.; Plummer, D.; Dietzek, A. 2019: Loss to Follow-up After Endovascular Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repair, ASuburban Community Teaching Practice Experience. Journal of Vascular Surgery 70(2): e22-e23
Balceniuk, M.D.; Cardelli, F.; Ayers, B.C.; Zhao, P.; Raman, K.; Ellis, J.L.; Glocker, R.J.; Stoner, M.C. 2019: Regional Variation in Usage of Ultrasound-Guided Access in the Vascular Quality Initiative. Journal of Vascular Surgery 70(2): e23-e24
Carnevale, M.; Koleilat, I.; Lipsitz, E.; Phair, J. 2019: Carotid Artery Webs as an Atypical Cause of Ischemic Stroke; Risk Factors, Diagnosis, and Management. Journal of Vascular Surgery 70(2): e24-e25
Mukherjee, D.; Collins, D.T.; Emery, E.; Mauck, A. 2019: Real-World Results of Atherectomy From International Classification of Diseases, Tenth Revision Medicare Billing Codes Do Not Resemble Registry Data for Atherectomy. Journal of Vascular Surgery 70(2): e26-e27
King, A.H.; Ambani, R.N.; Harth, K.C.; Kashyap, V.S.; Kumins, N.H.; Wong, V.L.; Baele, H.R.; Cho, J.S. 2019: Frequency of Perigraft Hygroma After Aortic Reconstruction Using Expanded Polytetrafluoroethylene Grafts. Journal of Vascular Surgery 70(2): e28-e29
King, A.H.; Harth, K.C.; Kumins, N.H.; Wong, V.L.; Zidar, D.A.; Kashyap, V.S.; Cho, J.S. 2019: Elevated Neutrophil-Lymphocyte Ratio Predicts Mortality after Elective Endovascular Aneurysm Repair. Journal of Vascular Surgery 70(2): e29-e30
Lewis, C.T.; Tenorio, E.R.; Ellozy, S.; Etz, C.D.; Oderich, G.S.; Schneider, D.B. 2019: Detection of Spinal Cord Ischemia During Endovascular Thoracoabdominal Aneurysm Repair Using Near-Infrared Spectroscopy Monitoring. Journal of Vascular Surgery 70(2): e30-e31
Lowenkamp, M.N.; Mohapatra, A.; Avgerinos, E.D.; Hager, E.S.; Madigan, M.C. 2019: Open Surgical Secondary Interventions Are More Durable Than Endovascular Interventions for Lower Extremity Bypass Stenosis or Occlusion. Journal of Vascular Surgery 70(2): e32-e33
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Skutsch, M.; Mas, J.F.; Bocco, G.; Bee, B.; Cuevas, G.; Gao, Y. 2014: Deforestation and land tenure in Mexico: A response to Bonilla-Moheno et al. Land Use Policy 39: 390-396
Cardona, W.C.; de Jong, W.; Zuidema, P.A.; Boot, R. 2014: Diverse local regulatory responses to a new forestry regime in forest communities in the Bolivian Amazon. Land Use Policy 39: 224-232
Moxey, A.; White, B. 2014: Result-oriented agri-environmental schemes in Europe: A comment. Land Use Policy 39: 397-399
Mahy, L.; Dupeux, B.E.T.I.ée; Van Huylenbroeck, G.; Buysse, J. 2015: Simulating farm level response to crop diversification policy. Land Use Policy 45: 36-42
Micha, E.; Areal, F.J.; Tranter, R.B.; Bailey, A.P. 2015: Uptake of agri-environmental schemes in the Less-Favoured Areas of Greece: The role of corruption and farmers responses to the financial crisis. Land Use Policy 48: 144-157
Beaudoin, J.-M.; Bouthillier, L.; Chiasson, G. 2015: Growing deep roots: Increasing Aboriginal authority in contemporary forest governance arrangements. Land Use Policy 49: 287-295
Centner, T.J.; Kostandini, G. 2015: Local governments want authority to address problems: The case of horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing in the United States. Land Use Policy 49: 227-235
Riley, M. 2016: How does longer term participation in agri-environment schemes [re]shape farmers environmental dispositions and identities?. Land Use Policy 52: 62-75
Antonson, H.; Isaksson, K.; Storbjörk, S.; Hjerpe, M. 2016: Negotiating climate change responses: Regional and local perspectives on transport and coastal zone planning in South Sweden. Land Use Policy 52: 297-305
Schulze, J.; Frank, K.; Müller, B. 2016: Governmental response to climate risk: Model-based assessment of livestock supplementation in drylands. Land Use Policy 54: 47-57
Hiironen, J.; Riekkinen, K. 2016: Agricultural impacts and profitability of land consolidations. Land Use Policy 55: 309-317
Hautdidier, B.; Banos, V.; Deuffic, P.; Sergent, A. 2018: Leopards under the pines: An account of continuity and change in the integration of forest land-uses in Landes de Gascogne, France. Land Use Policy 79: 990-1000
Brukas, V.; Stanislovaitis, A.; Kavaliauskas, M.; Gaižutis, A. 2018: Protecting or destructing? Local perceptions of environmental consideration in Lithuanian forestry. Land Use Policy 79: 1014-1023
L'Roe, J.; Rausch, L.; Munger, J.; Gibbs, H.K. 2016: Mapping properties to monitor forests: Landholder response to a large environmental registration program in the Brazilian Amazon. Land Use Policy 57: 193-203
Githiru, M. 2016: Correcting inequity: How the implementation of the Kasigau Corridor Redd+ Project in fact redresses past injustices Response to Chomba et al. Land Use Policy 57: 619-624
Sergent, A.; Arts, B.; Edwards, P. 2018: Governance arrangements in the European forest sector: Shifts towards new governance or maintenance of state authority?. Land Use Policy 79: 968-976
Deuffic, P.; Sotirov, M.; Arts, B. 2018: Your policy, my rationale. How individual and structural drivers influence European forest owners decisions. Land Use Policy 79: 1024-1038
Fernandes, P.M.; Guiomar, N.; Mateus, P.; Oliveira, T. 2017: On the reactive nature of forest fire-related legislation in Portugal: A comment on Mouro and Martinho (2016). Land Use Policy 60: 12-15
Brodrechtova, Y.; Navrátil, R.; Sedmák, R.; Tuček, J. 2018: Using the politicized Iad framework to assess integrated forest management decision-making in Slovakia. Land Use Policy 79: 1001-1013
Meehan, F.; Tacconi, L. 2017: A framework to assess the impacts of corruption on forests and prioritize responses. Land Use Policy 60: 113-122
Ho, P. 2018: A theorem on dynamic disequilibrium: Debunking path dependence and equilibrium via Chinas urban property (19491998). Land Use Policy 79: 863-875
Sun, L.; Ho, P. 2018: Formalizing informal homes, a bad idea: The credibility thesis applied to Chinas extra-legal housing. Land Use Policy 79: 891-901
Cobbinah, P.B.; Aboagye, H.N. 2017: A Ghanaian twist to urban sprawl. Land Use Policy 61: 231-241
Clarke, D. 2018: Form and function in Chinas urban land regime: The irrelevance of ownership. Land Use Policy 79: 902-912
You, H. 2017: Agricultural landscape dynamics in response to economic transition: Comparisons between different spatial planning zones in Ningbo region, China. Land Use Policy 61: 316-328
Mengistu, F.; van Dijk, M.P. 2018: Credibility of institutions in Addis Ababa (Ethiopia), effects of government policies on real estate developers. Land Use Policy 79: 913-921
Woestenburg, A.K.; van der Krabben, E.; Spit, T.J.M. 2018: Land policy discretion in times of economic downturn: How local authorities adapt to a new reality. Land Use Policy 77: 801-810
Davy, B. 2018: After form. The credibility thesis meets property theory. Land Use Policy 79: 854-862
Sotirov, M.; Storch, S. 2018: Resilience through policy integration in Europe? Domestic forest policy changes as response to absorb pressure to integrate biodiversity conservation, bioenergy use and climate protection in France, Germany, the Netherlands and Sweden. Land Use Policy 79: 977-989
Gerber, J.-D.; Bandi Tanner, M. 2018: The role of Alpine development regimes in the development of second homes: Preliminary lessons from Switzerland. Land Use Policy 77: 859-870
Tura, H.A. 2018: Land rights and land grabbing in Oromia, Ethiopia. Land Use Policy 70: 247-255
Du, X.; Zhang, X.; Jin, X. 2018: Assessing the effectiveness of land consolidation for improving agricultural productivity in China. Land Use Policy 70: 360-367
Dimelisová, E. 2019: Possibilities and limits in the management of mountain watersheds: Lessons from the Maya civilization. Land Use Policy 80: 415-423
Ho, P. 2018: Institutional function versus form: The evolutionary credibility of land, housing and natural resources. Land Use Policy 75: 642-650
Xie, H.; Cheng, L.; Lu, H. 2018: Farmers responses to the winter wheat fallow policy in the groundwater funnel area of China. Land Use Policy 73: 195-204
Petrescu-Mag, R.M.ălina; Petrescu, D.C.; Muntean, O.L. 2018: Citizen response to a video experiment on values, interests and beliefs related to land. A Stop and start over! time for saving Romanian rural heritage. Land Use Policy 73: 468-479
Gophen, M. 2019: Climate change and water loss in the Kinneret drainage basin. Land Use Policy 80: 424-429
Baysse-Lainé, A.; Perrin, C. 2018: How can alternative farmland management styles favour local food supply? A case study in the Larzac (France). Land Use Policy 75: 746-756
Santiago-Freijanes, J.J.; Pisanelli, A.; Rois-Díaz, M.; Aldrey-Vázquez, J.A.; Rigueiro-Rodríguez, A.; Pantera, A.; Vityi, A.; Lojka, B.; Ferreiro-Domínguez, N.; Mosquera-Losada, M.R. 2018: Agroforestry development in Europe: Policy issues. Land Use Policy 76: 144-156
Liu, J.; Huffman, T.; Green, M. 2018: Potential impacts of agricultural land use on soil cover in response to bioenergy production in Canada. Land Use Policy 75: 33-42
Abrams, J.; Wollstein, K.; Davis, E.J. 2018: State lines, fire lines, and lines of authority: Rangeland fire management and bottom-up cooperative federalism. Land Use Policy 75: 252-259
Křeček, J.; Haigh, M. 2019: Land use policy in headwater catchments. Land Use Policy 80: 410-414
Saviano, M.; DiNauta, P.; Montella, M.M.; Sciarelli, F. 2018: Managing protected areas as cultural landscapes: The case of the Alta Murgia National Park in Italy. Land Use Policy 76: 290-299
Ferreira, F.P.M.; Ávila, P.C. 2018: Who has secure land tenure in the urban areas of Brazil? Evidence from the state of Minas Gerais. Land Use Policy 75: 494-504
Mekki, I.; Bailly, J.S.; Jacob, F.; Chebbi, H.; Ajmi, T.; Blanca, Y.; Zairi, A.; Biarnès, A. 2018: Impact of farmland fragmentation on rainfed crop allocation in Mediterranean landscapes: A case study of the Lebna watershed in Cap Bon, Tunisia. Land Use Policy 75: 772-783
Kertész, .; Nagy, L.A.; Balázs, B. 2019: Effect of land use change on ecosystem services in Lake Balaton Catchment. Land Use Policy 80: 430-438
Cao, J.; Tian, H.; Adamowski, J.F.; Zhang, X.; Cao, Z. 2018: Influences of afforestation policies on soil moisture content in Chinas arid and semi-arid regions. Land Use Policy 75: 449-458
Li, J.; Zhang, Z.; Jin, X.; Chen, J.; Zhang, S.; He, Z.; Li, S.; He, Z.; Zhang, H.; Xiao, H. 2018: Exploring the socioeconomic and ecological consequences of cash crop cultivation for policy implications. Land Use Policy 76: 46-57
Villoria, N.B.; Liu, J. 2018: Using spatially explicit data to improve our understanding of land supply responses: An application to the cropland effects of global sustainable irrigation in the Americas. Land Use Policy 75: 411-419
Yuan, Q. 2018: Mega freight generators in my backyard: A longitudinal study of environmental justice in warehousing location. Land Use Policy 76: 130-143
Foltête, J.-C. 2019: How ecological networks could benefit from landscape graphs: A response to the paper by Spartaco Gippoliti and Corrado Battisti. Land Use Policy 80: 391-394
Xie, H.; Chen, Q.; Lu, F.; Wu, Q.; Wang, W. 2018: Spatial-temporal disparities, saving potential and influential factors of industrial land use efficiency: A case study in urban agglomeration in the middle reaches of the Yangtze River. Land Use Policy 75: 518-529
Pastor-Saberi, R.; Varga-Linde, D.; Vicente i Rufí, J.; Castañer i Vivas, M. 2018: Can variations in the nature of a border modify the landscape? Evaluation of landscape changes in the Eastern part of the Cross border Catalan Space (19502009). Land Use Policy 76: 365-381
Flower, B.C.R. 2018: Does informal tenure result in land inequality? A critique of tenure formalisation reforms in Cambodia. Land Use Policy 77: 240-248
Mendiola, L.; González, P. 2018: Temporal dynamics in the relationship between land use factors and modal split in commuting: A local case study. Land Use Policy 77: 267-278
Zheng, D.; Shi, M. 2018: Industrial land policy, firm heterogeneity and firm location choice: Evidence from China. Land Use Policy 76: 58-67
Zhang, X.; Xu, J.; Ju, Y. 2018: Public participation in Nimby risk mitigation: A discourse zoning approach in the Chinese context. Land Use Policy 77: 559-575
Hoffmann, C.; García Márquez, J.R.; Krueger, T. 2018: A local perspective on drivers and measures to slow deforestation in the Andean-Amazonian foothills of Colombia. Land Use Policy 77: 379-391
Usman, M.; Nichol, J.E. 2018: Remarkable increase in tree density and fuelwood production in the croplands of northern Nigeria. Land Use Policy 78: 410-419
Lau, L.K.P.; Lai, W.C.L.; Ho, C.W.D. 2018: Quality of life in a high-rise lawless slum: A study of the Kowloon Walled City. Land Use Policy 76: 157-165
Vij, S.; Narain, V.; Karpouzoglou, T.; Mishra, P. 2018: From the core to the periphery: Conflicts and cooperation over land and water in periurban Gurgaon, India. Land Use Policy 76: 382-390
Permadi, D.B.; Burton, M.; Pandit, R.; Race, D.; Ma, C.; Mendham, D.; Hardiyanto, E.B. 2018: Socio-economic factors affecting the rate of adoption of acacia plantations by smallholders in Indonesia. Land Use Policy 76: 215-223
Brandt, J.S.; Nolte, C.; Agrawal, A. 2018: Deforestation and timber production in Congo after implementation of sustainable management policy: A response to Karsenty et al. (2017). Land Use Policy 77: 375-378
Scheidel, A.; Work, C. 2018: Forest plantations and climate change discourses: New powers of green grabbing in Cambodia. Land Use Policy 77: 9-18
Moreda, T. 2018: Contesting conventional wisdom on the links between land tenure security and land degradation: Evidence from Ethiopia. Land Use Policy 77: 75-83
Linkous, E.; Skuzinski, T. 2018: Land use decision-making in the wake of state property rights legislation: Examining the institutional response to Floridas Harris Act. Land Use Policy 77: 603-612
Bidaud, C.; Schreckenberg, K.; Jones, J.P.G. 2018: The local costs of biodiversity offsets: Comparing standards, policy and practice. Land Use Policy 77: 43-50
Petersen, J.-P.; Heurkens, E. 2018: Implementing energy policies in urban development projects: The role of public planning authorities in Denmark, Germany and the Netherlands. Land Use Policy 76: 275-289
Wu, X.D.; Guo, J.L.; Han, M.Y.; Chen, G.Q. 2018: An overview of arable land use for the world economy: From source to sink via the global supply chain. Land Use Policy 76: 201-214
Hawkins, C.V.; Chia-Yuan, Y. 2018: Voter support for environmental bond referenda. Land Use Policy 76: 193-200
Arnberger, A.; Eder, R.; Allex, B.; Preisel, H.; Ebenberger, M.; Husslein, M. 2018: Trade-offs between wind energy, recreational, and bark-beetle impacts on visual preferences of national park visitors. Land Use Policy 76: 166-177
Caldarelli, C.E.; Gilio, L. 2018: Expansion of the sugarcane industry and its effects on land use in So Paulo: Analysis from 2000 through 2015. Land Use Policy 76: 264-274
Sarker, P.K.; Rahman, M.S.; Giessen, L. 2018: Regional governance by the South Asia Cooperative Environment Program (Sacep)? Institutional design and customizable regime policy offering flexible political options. Land Use Policy 77: 454-470
Polat, Z.A.; Alkan, M. 2018: Design and implementation of a Ladm-based external archive data model for land registry and cadastre transactions in Turkey: A case study of municipality. Land Use Policy 77: 249-266
Cao, S.; Xia, C.; Yue, H.; Ma, H.; Lin, G. 2018: Targeted control measures for ecological restoration in Western Fujian, China. Land Use Policy 76: 186-192
Orsi, F. 2018: How densely populated and green are the places we live in? A study of the ten largest Us cities. Land Use Policy 76: 300-316
Busse, M.; Siebert, R. 2018: Acceptance studies in the field of land useA critical and systematic review to advance the conceptualization of acceptance and acceptability. Land Use Policy 76: 235-245
Sidemo-Holm, W.; Smith, H.G.; Brady, M.V. 2018: Improving agricultural pollution abatement through result-based payment schemes. Land Use Policy 77: 209-219
Lin, Q.; Tan, S.; Zhang, L.; Wang, S.; Wei, C.; Li, Y. 2018: Conflicts of land expropriation in China during 20062016: An overview and its spatio-temporal characteristics. Land Use Policy 76: 246-251
Ferreira, G.B. 2018: When the blanket is too short: Potential negative impacts of expanding indigenous land over a national park in a high priority area for conservation. Land Use Policy 76: 359-364
Sahide, M.A.K.; Fisher, M.R.; Maryudi, A.; Dhiaulhaq, A.; Wulandari, C.; Kim, Y.-S.; Giessen, L. 2018: Deadlock opportunism in contesting conservation areas in Indonesia. Land Use Policy 77: 412-424
Wu, J.; Gong, Y.; Wu, J. 2018: Spatial distribution of nature reserves in China: Driving forces in the past and conservation challenges in the future. Land Use Policy 77: 31-42
Lyu, R.; Zhang, J.; Xu, M.; Li, J. 2018: Impacts of urbanization on ecosystem services and their temporal relations: A case study in Northern Ningxia, China. Land Use Policy 77: 163-173
Lu, X.; Ke, S.; Cheng, T.; Chen, T. 2018: The impacts of large-scale Ofi on grains import: Empirical research with double difference method. Land Use Policy 76: 352-358
Brunetta, G.; Monaco, R.; Salizzoni, E.; Salvarani, F. 2018: Integrating landscape in regional development: A multidisciplinary approach to evaluation in Trentino planning policies, Italy. Land Use Policy 77: 613-626
Mwathunga, E.; Donaldson, R. 2018: Urban land contestations, challenges and planning strategies in Malawis main urban centres. Land Use Policy 77: 1-8
Pilone, E.; Demichela, M. 2018: A semi-quantitative methodology to evaluate the main local territorial risks and their interactions. Land Use Policy 77: 143-154
Acuña, E.; Rubilar, R.; Cancino, J.; Albaugh, T.J.; Maier, C.A. 2018: Economic assessment of Eucalyptus globulus short rotation energy crops under contrasting silvicultural intensities on marginal agricultural land. Land Use Policy 76: 329-337
Tan, S.; Zhang, R.; Tan, Z. 2018: Grassland rental markets and herder technical efficiency: ability effect or resource equilibration effect?. Land Use Policy 77: 135-142
Shu, C.; Xie, H.; Jiang, J.; Chen, Q. 2018: Is Urban Land Development Driven by Economic Development or Fiscal Revenue Stimuli in China?. Land Use Policy 77: 107-115
Velten, S.; Schaal, T.; Leventon, J.; Hanspach, J.; Fischer, J.; Newig, J. 2018: Rethinking biodiversity governance in European agricultural landscapes: Acceptability of alternative governance scenarios. Land Use Policy 77: 84-93
Takayama, T.; Horibe, A.; Nakatani, T. 2018: Women and farmland preservation: The impact of womens participation in farmland management governance in Japan. Land Use Policy 77: 116-125
Blumfield, T.J.; Reverchon, F.; Vigulu, V.W. 2018: The importance of market access for timber growers in small island developing states: A Solomon Island study. Land Use Policy 77: 598-602
Yılmaz Bakır, N..; Doğan, U.; Koçak Güngör, M.; Bostancı, B.ülent 2018: Planned development versus unplanned change: The effects on urban planning in Turkey. Land Use Policy 77: 310-321
Giannakis, E.; Bruggeman, A. 2018: Exploring the labour productivity of agricultural systems across European regions: A multilevel approach. Land Use Policy 77: 94-106
Yoder, L.; Roy Chowdhury, R. 2018: Tracing social capital: How stakeholder group interactions shape agricultural water quality restoration in the Florida Everglades. Land Use Policy 77: 354-361
Gul, Y.; Sultan, Z.; Moeinaddini, M.; Jokhio, G.A. 2018: The effects of physical activity facilities on vigorous physical activity in gated and non-gated neighborhoods. Land Use Policy 77: 155-162
Kassie, M.; Stage, J.; Diiro, G.; Muriithi, B.; Muricho, G.; Ledermann, S.T.; Pittchar, J.; Midega, C.; Khan, Z. 2018: Pushpull farming system in Kenya: Implications for economic and social welfare. Land Use Policy 77: 186-198
Hodgson, I.D.; Redpath, S.M.; Fischer, A.; Young, J. 2018: Fighting talk: Organisational discourses of the conflict over raptors and grouse moor management in Scotland. Land Use Policy 77: 332-343
Sloan, S.; Campbell, M.J.; Alamgir, M.; Collier-Baker, E.; Nowak, M.G.; Usher, G.; Laurance, W.F. 2018: Infrastructure development and contested forest governance threaten the Leuser Ecosystem, Indonesia. Land Use Policy 77: 298-309
Shin, H.; Chae, S. 2018: Urbanisation and land use transition in a second-tier city: The emergence of small factories in Gimpo, South Korea. Land Use Policy 77: 534-541
Han, Q.; Zhu, Y.; Ke, G.Y.; Hipel, K.W. 2018: An ordinal classification of brownfield remediation projects in China for the allocation of government funding. Land Use Policy 77: 220-230
Qi, X.; Dang, H. 2018: Addressing the dual challenges of food security and environmental sustainability during rural livelihood transitions in China. Land Use Policy 77: 199-208
Wang, D.; Gong, Z.; Yang, Z. 2018: Design of industrial clusters and optimization of land use in an airport economic zone. Land Use Policy 77: 288-297
Langemeyer, J.; Calcagni, F.; Baró, F. 2018: Mapping the intangible: Using geolocated social media data to examine landscape aesthetics. Land Use Policy 77: 542-552
Arruñada, B. 2018: Evolving practice in land demarcation. Land Use Policy 77: 661-675
Ahmed, F.; Moors, E.; Khan, M.S.A.; Warner, J.; Terwisscha van Scheltinga, C. 2018: Tipping points in adaptation to urban flooding under climate change and urban growth: The case of the Dhaka megacity. Land Use Policy 79: 496-506
Langer, S.; Korzhenevych, A. 2018: The effect of industrial and commercial land consumption on municipal tax revenue: Evidence from Bavaria. Land Use Policy 77: 279-287
Zasada, I.; Weltin, M.; Reutter, M.; Verburg, P.H.; Piorr, A. 2018: Eus rural development policy at the regional levelAre expenditures for natural capital linked with territorial needs?. Land Use Policy 77: 344-353
Liu, M.; Yang, L.; Bai, Y.; Min, Q. 2018: The impacts of farmers livelihood endowments on their participation in eco-compensation policies: Globally important agricultural heritage systems case studies from China. Land Use Policy 77: 231-239
Sarkki, S.; Heikkinen, H.I.; Herva, V.-P.; Saarinen, J. 2018: Myths on local use of natural resources and social equity of land use governance: Reindeer herding in Finland. Land Use Policy 77: 322-331
Turner, M.D.; Moumouni, O. 2018: The dividing of fields in Sudano-Sahelian West Africa: The roles of soil fertility variation and legal doctrine. Land Use Policy 77: 362-374
Lin, T.-C.; Huang, F.-H.; Lin, S.-E. 2018: Land assembly for urban development in Taipei City with particular reference to old neighborhoods. Land Use Policy 78: 555-561
Shahtahmassebi, A.R.; Wu, C.; Blackburn, G.A.; Zheng, Q.; Huang, L.; Shortridge, A.; Shahtahmassebi, G.; Jiang, R.; He, S.; Wang, K.; Lin, Y.; Clarke, K.C.; Su, Y.; Lin, L.; Wu, J. 2018: How do modern transportation projects impact on development of impervious surfaces via new urban area and urban intensification? Evidence from Hangzhou Bay Bridge, China. Land Use Policy 77: 479-497
Mika, M. 2018: An analysis of possibilities for the establishment of a multipurpose and multidimensional cadastre in Poland. Land Use Policy 77: 446-453
Moreri, K.; Fairbairn, D.; James, P. 2018: Issues in developing a fit for purpose system for incorporating Vgi in land administration in Botswana. Land Use Policy 77: 402-411
van Hardeveld, H.A.; Driessen, P.P.J.; Schot, P.P.; Wassen, M.J. 2018: Supporting collaborative policy processes with a multi-criteria discussion of costs and benefits: The case of soil subsidence in Dutch peatlands. Land Use Policy 77: 425-436
Bossuyt, D.; Salet, W.; Majoor, S. 2018: Commissioning as the cornerstone of self-build. Assessing the constraints and opportunities of self-build housing in the Netherlands. Land Use Policy 77: 524-533
Liu, Z.; Liao, L.; Mei, C. 2018: Not-in-my-backyard but lets talk: Explaining public opposition to facility siting in urban China. Land Use Policy 77: 471-478
Fu, Y.; Zhang, X. 2018: Two faces of an eco-city? Sustainability transition and territorial rescaling of a new town in Zhuhai. Land Use Policy 78: 627-636
Dang, T.K.P.; Visseren-Hamakers, I.J.; Arts, B. 2018: Forest devolution in Vietnam: From rhetoric to performance. Land Use Policy 77: 760-774
Fotino, F.; Calabrese, M.; Lettieri, M. 2018: Co-creating value in urban public policy contexts: A different approach. Land Use Policy 79: 20-29
Liu, W.; Yang, C.; Liu, Y.; Wei, C.; Yang, X. 2018: Impacts of concentrated rural resettlement policy on rural restructuring in upland areas: A case study of Qiantang Town in Chongqing, China. Land Use Policy 77: 732-744
Brzezicka, J.; Wisniewski, R.; Figurska, M. 2018: Disequilibrium in the real estate market: Evidence from Poland. Land Use Policy 78: 515-531
Wang, C.; Dai, S.; Xu, H. 2018: Estimating the land opportunism of hotel investment in generating real estate appreciation and firms market value. Land Use Policy 77: 752-759
Cegielska, K.; Noszczyk, T.; Kukulska, A.; Szylar, M.; Hernik, J.; Dixon-Gough, R.; Jombach, S.; Valánszki, I.; FilepnéKovács, K. 2018: Land use and land cover changes in post-socialist countries: Some observations from Hungary and Poland. Land Use Policy 78: 1-18
Wu, Y.; Dong, S.; Huang, H.; Zhai, J.; Li, Y.; Huang, D. 2018: Quantifying urban land expansion dynamics through improved land management institution model: Application in Ningxia-Inner Mongolia, China. Land Use Policy 78: 386-396
Lam, S.T.; Conway, T.M. 2018: Ecosystem services in urban land use planning policies: A case study of Ontario municipalities. Land Use Policy 77: 641-651
Feng, Y.; Wu, S.; Wu, P.; Su, S.; Weng, M.; Bian, M. 2018: Spatiotemporal characterization of megaregional poly-centrality: Evidence for new urban hypotheses and implications for polycentric policies. Land Use Policy 77: 712-731
Scudder, M.G.; Herbohn, J.L.; Baynes, J. 2018: The failure of eco-forestry as a small-scale native forest management model in Papua New Guinea. Land Use Policy 77: 696-704
Madu, C.N.; Kuei, C.; Ozumba, B.C.; Nnadi, V.E.; Madu, I.E.; Ezeasor, I.C. 2018: Using the Dpsir framework and data analytics to analyze oil spillages in the Niger delta area. Land Use Policy 78: 78-90
Renigier-Biłozor, M.; Walacik, M.; Źróbek, S.; d'Amato, M. 2018: Forced sale discount on property market How to assess it?. Land Use Policy 78: 104-115
Maas, A.; Watson, P. 2018: Enthusiasm curbed: Home value implications of curbside parking rights. Land Use Policy 77: 705-711
Malecha, M.L.; Brand, A.D.; Berke, P.R. 2018: Spatially evaluating a network of plans and flood vulnerability using a Plan Integration for Resilience Scorecard: A case study in Feijenoord District, Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Land Use Policy 78: 147-157
Yoon, H. 2018: Interrelationships between retail clusters in different hierarchies, land value and property development: A panel Var approach. Land Use Policy 78: 245-257
Komarek, A.M.; Koo, J.; Wood-Sichra, U.; You, L. 2018: Spatially-explicit effects of seed and fertilizer intensification for maize in Tanzania. Land Use Policy 78: 158-165
Winkler, K.J.; Scown, M.W.; Nicholas, K.A. 2018: A classification to align social-ecological land systems research with policy in Europe. Land Use Policy 79: 137-145
Davies, S.N.G.; Lai, L.W.C.; Chua, M.H. 2018: Seen from above: The theoretical future of aerial photos in land use, environmental and planning study. Land Use Policy 78: 19-28
Njoh, A.J.; Bigon, L.; Ananga, E.O.; Ayuk-Etang, R.A. 2018: Institutional, economic and socio-cultural factors accounting for gender-based inequalities in land title procurement in Cameroon. Land Use Policy 78: 116-125
Lau, M.H.M.; Wei, X. 2018: Housing size and housing market dynamics: The case of micro-flats in Hong Kong. Land Use Policy 78: 278-286
Bovkir, R.; Aydinoglu, A.C. 2018: Providing land value information from geographic data infrastructure by using fuzzy logic analysis approach. Land Use Policy 78: 46-60
Yìldiz, O.; Coruhlu, Y.E.; Biyik, C. 2018: Registration of agricultural areas towards the development of a future Turkish cadastral system. Land Use Policy 78: 207-218
Charoenratana, S.; Shinohara, C. 2018: Rural farmers in an unequal world: Land rights and food security for sustainable well-being. Land Use Policy 78: 185-194
Osman, T.; Shaw, D.; Kenawy, E. 2018: Examining the extent to which stakeholder collaboration during ecotourism planning processes could be applied within an Egyptian context. Land Use Policy 78: 126-137
Henríquez-Dole, L.; Usón, T.J.; Vicuña, S.; Henríquez, C.; Gironás, J.; Meza, F. 2018: Integrating strategic land use planning in the construction of future land use scenarios and its performance: The Maipo River Basin, Chile. Land Use Policy 78: 353-366
Kong, X.; Liu, Y.; Jiang, P.; Tian, Y.; Zou, Y. 2018: A novel framework for rural homestead land transfer under collective ownership in China. Land Use Policy 78: 138-146
McAllister, P.; Shepherd, E.; Wyatt, P. 2018: Policy shifts, developer contributions and land value capture in London 20052017. Land Use Policy 78: 316-326
Becchio, C.; Bottero, M.C.; Corgnati, S.P.; Dell'Anna, F. 2018: Decision making for sustainable urban energy planning: an integrated evaluation framework of alternative solutions for a Nzed (Net Zero-Energy District) in Turin. Land Use Policy 78: 803-817
Wang, C.; Liu, H.; Zhang, M.; Wei, Z. 2018: The border effect on urban land expansion in China: The case of Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region. Land Use Policy 78: 287-294
Horn, A. 2018: Letting go: Evaluating spatial outcomes and political decision-making heralding the termination of the urban edge in Cape Town, South Africa. Land Use Policy 78: 176-184
Mosquera-Losada, M.R.; Santiago-Freijanes, J.J.; Rois-Díaz, M.; Moreno, G.; den Herder, M.; Aldrey-Vázquez, J.A.; Ferreiro-Domínguez, N.; Pantera, A.; Pisanelli, A.; Rigueiro-Rodríguez, A. 2018: Agroforestry in Europe: A land management policy tool to combat climate change. Land Use Policy 78: 603-613
Herguido Sevillano, E.; Lavado Contador, J.F.; Schnabel, S.; Pulido, M.; Ibáñez, J. 2018: Using spatial models of temporal tree dynamics to evaluate the implementation of Eu afforestation policies in rangelands of Sw Spain. Land Use Policy 78: 166-175
Cao, J.; Zhang, X.; Deo, R.; Gong, Y.; Feng, Q. 2018: Influence of stand type and stand age on soil carbon storage in Chinas arid and semi-arid regions. Land Use Policy 78: 258-265
Bedini, M.A.; Bronzini, F. 2018: The post-earthquake experience in Italy. Difficulties and the possibility of planning the resurgence of the territories affected by earthquakes. Land Use Policy 78: 303-315
Rakatama, A.; Pandit, R.; Iftekhar, S.; Ma, C. 2018: Heterogeneous public preference for Redd+ projects under different forest management regimes. Land Use Policy 78: 266-277
Schulte, H.D.; Armbrecht, L.; Bürger, R.; Gauly, M.; Musshoff, O.; Hüttel, S. 2018: Let the cows graze: An empirical investigation on the trade-off between efficiency and farm animal welfare in milk production. Land Use Policy 79: 375-385
Hyland, J.J.; Heanue, K.; McKillop, J.; Micha, E. 2018: Factors influencing dairy farmers adoption of best management grazing practices. Land Use Policy 78: 562-571
Kalkuhl, M.; Fernandez Milan, B.; Schwerhoff, G.; Jakob, M.; Hahnen, M.; Creutzig, F. 2018: Can land taxes foster sustainable development? An assessment of fiscal, distributional and implementation issues. Land Use Policy 78: 338-352
Ahmad, A.; Liu, Q.-J.; Nizami, S.M.; Mannan, A.; Saeed, S. 2018: Carbon emission from deforestation, forest degradation and wood harvest in the temperate region of Hindukush Himalaya, Pakistan between 1994 and 2016. Land Use Policy 78: 781-790
Gollnow, F.; Hissa, L.deB.V.; Rufin, P.; Lakes, T. 2018: Property-level direct and indirect deforestation for soybean production in the Amazon region of Mato Grosso, Brazil. Land Use Policy 78: 377-385
Abubakari, Z.; Richter, C.; Zevenbergen, J. 2018: Exploring the implementation gap in land registration: How it happens that Ghanas official registry contains mainly leaseholds. Land Use Policy 78: 539-554
Park, J.-H.; Han, M.-H. 2018: Modern state formation and land management in South Korea: 19451960. Land Use Policy 78: 662-671
Moreira, M.; Fonseca, C.; Vergílio, M.; Calado, H.; Gil, A. 2018: Spatial assessment of habitat conservation status in a Macaronesian island based on the InVest model: a case study of Pico Island (Azores, Portugal). Land Use Policy 78: 637-649
Thompson, B.S. 2018: The political ecology of mangrove forest restoration in Thailand: Institutional arrangements and power dynamics. Land Use Policy 78: 503-514
Zhang, H.; Potts, S.G.; Breeze, T.; Bailey, A. 2018: European farmers incentives to promote natural pest control service in arable fields. Land Use Policy 78: 682-690
Fatem, S.M.; Awang, S.A.; Pudyatmoko, S.; Sahide, M.A.K.; Pratama, A.A.; Maryudi, A. 2018: Camouflaging economic development agendas with forest conservation narratives: A strategy of lower governments for gaining authority in the re-centralising Indonesia. Land Use Policy 78: 699-710
Infante-Amate, J.; Aguilera, E.; Palmeri, F.; Guzmán, G.; Soto, D.; García-Ruiz, R.; de Molina, M.G. 2018: Land embodied in Spains biomass trade and consumption (19002008): Historical changes, drivers and impacts. Land Use Policy 78: 493-502
He, Q.; He, W.; Song, Y.; Wu, J.; Yin, C.; Mou, Y. 2018: The impact of urban growth patterns on urban vitality in newly built-up areas based on an association rules analysis using geographical big data. Land Use Policy 78: 726-738
Nkomoki, W.; Bavorová, M.; Banout, J. 2018: Adoption of sustainable agricultural practices and food security threats: Effects of land tenure in Zambia. Land Use Policy 78: 532-538
Amirinejad, G.; Donehue, P.; Baker, D. 2018: Ambiguity at the peri-urban interface in Australia. Land Use Policy 78: 472-480
Valtonen, E.; Falkenbach, H.; Viitanen, K. 2018: Securing public objectives in large-scale urban development: Comparison of public and private land development. Land Use Policy 78: 481-492
Busscher, N.; Parra, C.; Vanclay, F. 2018: Land grabbing within a protected area: The experience of local communities with conservation and forestry activities in Los Esteros del Iber, Argentina. Land Use Policy 78: 572-582
Deane, F.; Wilson, C.; Rowlings, D.; Webb, J.; Mitchell, E.; Hamman, E.; Sheppard, E.; Grace, P. 2018: Sugarcane farming and the Great Barrier Reef: the role of a principled approach to change. Land Use Policy 78: 691-698
Dahal, R.P.; Grala, R.K.; Gordon, J.S.; Petrolia, D.R.; Munn, I.A. 2018: Estimating the willingness to pay to preserve waterfront open spaces using contingent valuation. Land Use Policy 78: 614-626
Camerin, F.; Gastaldi, F. 2018: Italian military real estate assets re-use issues and opportunities in three capital cities. Land Use Policy 78: 672-681
Escobedo, F.J.; Clerici, N.; Staudhammer, C.L.; Feged-Rivadeneira, A.; Bohorquez, J.C.; Tovar, G. 2018: Trees and Crime in Bogota, Colombia: Is the link an ecosystem disservice or service?. Land Use Policy 78: 583-592
Eggimann, S.; Truffer, B.; Feldmann, U.; Maurer, M. 2018: Screening European market potentials for small modular wastewater treatment systems an inroad to sustainability transitions in urban water management?. Land Use Policy 78: 711-725
Signorello, G.; Prato, C.; Marzo, A.; Ientile, R.; Cucuzza, G.; Sciandrello, S.; Martínez-López, J.; Balbi, S.; Villa, F. 2018: Are protected areas covering important biodiversity sites? An assessment of the nature protection network in Sicily (Italy). Land Use Policy 78: 593-602
Biddulph, R. 2018: The 1999 Tanzania land acts as a community lands approach: A review of research into their implementation. Land Use Policy 79: 48-56
Abastante, F.; Corrente, S.; Greco, S.; Ishizaka, A.; Lami, I.M. 2018: Choice architecture for architecture choices: Evaluating social housing initiatives putting together a parsimonious Ahp methodology and the Choquet integral. Land Use Policy 78: 748-762
Lovrić, N.ša; Lovrić, M. 2018: Network approach to constructing theory of participation in spatial planning. Land Use Policy 79: 30-47
Lopes, J.; Farinha, L.; Ferreira, J.J.; Silveira, P. 2018: Does regional Vrio model help policy-makers to assess the resources of a region? A stakeholder perception approach. Land Use Policy 79: 659-670
Degnet, M.B.; van der Werf, E.; Ingram, V.; Wesseler, J. 2018: Forest plantations investments in social services and local infrastructure: an analysis of private, Fsc certified and state-owned, non-certified plantations in rural Tanzania. Land Use Policy 79: 68-83
Alencar, P.G.; Espindola, G.M.; Carneiro, E.L.N.C. 2018: Dwarf cashew crop expansion in the Brazilian semiarid region: Assessing policy alternatives in Pio Ix, Piau. Land Use Policy 79: 1-9
Zheng, X.; Zhang, J.; Cao, S. 2018: Net value of grassland ecosystem services in mainland China. Land Use Policy 79: 94-101
Graef, F.; Uckert, G. 2018: Gender determines scientists sustainability assessments of food-securing upgrading strategies. Land Use Policy 79: 84-93
Markova-Nenova, N.; Wätzold, F. 2018: Fair to the cow or fair to the farmer? The preferences of conventional milk buyers for ethical attributes of milk. Land Use Policy 79: 223-239
Nguyen, T.V.; Tran, T.Q. 2018: Forestland and rural household livelihoods in the North Central Provinces, Vietnam. Land Use Policy 79: 10-19
Hayes, T.; Murtinho, F. 2018: Communal governance, equity and payment for ecosystem services. Land Use Policy 79: 123-136
Anderson, C.M.; Asner, G.P.; Llactayo, W.; Lambin, E.F. 2018: Overlapping land allocations reduce deforestation in Peru. Land Use Policy 79: 174-178
Szopik-Depczyńska, K.; Kędzierska-Szczepaniak, A.; Szczepaniak, K.; Cheba, K.; Gajda, W.; Ioppolo, G. 2018: Innovation in sustainable development: an investigation of the Eu context using 2030 agenda indicators. Land Use Policy 79: 251-262
Yang, Y.; Liu, Y.; Li, Y.; Li, J. 2018: Measure of urban-rural transformation in Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region in the new millennium: Population-land-industry perspective. Land Use Policy 79: 595-608
García Sánchez, F.; Solecki, W.D.; Ribalaygua Batalla, C. 2018: Climate change adaptation in Europe and the United States: A comparative approach to urban green spaces in Bilbao and New York City. Land Use Policy 79: 164-173
Carolan, M. 2018: Lands changing hands: Experiences of succession and farm (knowledge) acquisition among first-generation, multigenerational, and aspiring farmers. Land Use Policy 79: 179-189
Reyes-Bueno, F.; García-Samaniego, J.M.; Sánchez-Rodríguez, A. 2018: Large-scale simultaneous market segment definition and mass appraisal using decision tree learning for fiscal purposes. Land Use Policy 79: 116-122
Yrjänä, L.; Rashidfarokhi, A.; Toivonen, S.; Viitanen, K. 2018: Looking at retail planning policy through a sustainability lens: Evidence from policy discourse in Finland. Land Use Policy 79: 190-198
Dai, E.; Zhu, J.; Wang, X.; Xi, W. 2018: Multiple ecosystem services of monoculture and mixed plantations: A case study of the Huitong experimental forest of Southern China. Land Use Policy 79: 717-724
Mishra, A.K.; Bairagi, S.; Velasco, M.L.; Mohanty, S. 2018: Impact of access to capital and abiotic stress on production efficiency: Evidence from rice farming in Cambodia. Land Use Policy 79: 215-222
Colsaet, A.; Laurans, Y.; Levrel, H. 2018: What drives land take and urban land expansion? A systematic review. Land Use Policy 79: 339-349
Fahad, S.; Wang, J. 2018: Farmers risk perception, vulnerability, and adaptation to climate change in rural Pakistan. Land Use Policy 79: 301-309
Konkoly-Gyuró, . 2018: Conceptualisation and perception of the landscape and its changes in a transboundary area. A case study of the Southern German-French borderland. Land Use Policy 79: 556-574
Looga, J.; Jürgenson, E.; Sikk, K.; Matveev, E.; Maasikamäe, S. 2018: Land fragmentation and other determinants of agricultural farm productivity: The case of Estonia. Land Use Policy 79: 285-292
DiNatale, S.; Lewis, R.; Parker, R. 2018: Short-term rentals in small cities in Oregon: Impacts and regulations. Land Use Policy 79: 407-423
Lee, J.I.; Wolf, S.A. 2018: Critical assessment of implementation of the Forest Rights Act of India. Land Use Policy 79: 834-844
Bergstén, S.; Stjernström, O.; Pettersson, . 2018: Experiences and emotions among private forest owners versus public interests: Why ownership matters. Land Use Policy 79: 801-811
Saraiva Farinha, M.J.U.; Bernardo, L.V.M.; Soares Filho, A.; Berezuk, A.G.; da Silva, L.F.; Ruviaro, C.F. 2019: Opportunity cost of a private reserve of natural heritage, Cerrado biome Brazil. Land Use Policy 81: 49-57
You, H.; Hu, X.; Wu, Y. 2018: Farmland use intensity changes in response to rural transition in Zhejiang province, China. Land Use Policy 79: 350-361
Sauer, S. 2018: Soy expansion into the agricultural frontiers of the Brazilian Amazon: The agribusiness economy and its social and environmental conflicts. Land Use Policy 79: 326-338
Lang, W.; Long, Y.; Chen, T. 2018: Rediscovering Chinese cities through the lens of land-use patterns. Land Use Policy 79: 362-374
Poudel, J.; Zhang, D.; Simon, B. 2018: Estimating the demand and supply of conservation banking markets in the United States. Land Use Policy 79: 320-325
Jaraíz-Cabanillas, F.J.; Mora-Aliseda, J.; Jeong, J.S.; Garrido-Velarde, J. 2018: Methodological proposal to classify and delineate natural protected areas. Study case: Region of Extremadura, Spain. Land Use Policy 79: 310-319
Campos, P.B.R.; Almeida, C.M.; Queiroz, A.P. 2018: Educational infrastructure and its impact on urban land use change in a peri-urban area: a cellular-automata based approach. Land Use Policy 79: 774-788
Xu, X.; Tan, Y.; Yang, G.; Barnett, J. 2018: Chinas ambitious ecological red lines. Land Use Policy 79: 447-451
Ozarisoy, B. 2018: An investigation of urban process and mass housing estates development through topographical formations in urban peripheries: A case study of Famagusta, Cyprus. Land Use Policy 79: 481-495
Emerton, L.; Snyder, K.A. 2018: Rethinking sustainable land management planning: Understanding the social and economic drivers of farmer decision-making in Africa. Land Use Policy 79: 684-694
Dewita, Y.; Yen, B.T.H.; Burke, M. 2018: The effect of transport cost on housing affordability: Experiences from the Bandung Metropolitan Area, Indonesia. Land Use Policy 79: 507-519
Jacobi, J.; Mukhovi, S.; Llanque, A.; Augstburger, H.; Käser, F.; Pozo, C.; Ngutu Peter, M.; Delgado, J.M.F.; Kiteme, B.P.; Rist, S.; Ifejika Speranza, C. 2018: Operationalizing food system resilience: An indicator-based assessment in agroindustrial, smallholder farming, and agroecological contexts in Bolivia and Kenya. Land Use Policy 79: 433-446
Coppens, T.; Van Dooren, W.; Thijssen, P. 2018: Public opposition and the neighborhood effect: How social interaction explains protest against a large infrastructure project. Land Use Policy 79: 633-640
Roos, A.; Eggers, J.; Mark-Herbert, C.; Lindhagen, A. 2018: Using von Thnen rings and service-dominant logic in balancing forest ecosystem services. Land Use Policy 79: 622-632
Wu, J.; Hu, Y.; Liu, T.; He, Q. 2018: Value capture in protected areas from the perspective of common-pool resource governance: A case study of Jiuzhai Valley National Park, China. Land Use Policy 79: 452-462
Joa, B.; Winkel, G.; Primmer, E. 2018: The unknown known A review of local ecological knowledge in relation to forest biodiversity conservation. Land Use Policy 79: 520-530
Klimach, A.; Dawidowicz, A.; Źróbek, R. 2018: The Polish land administration system supporting good governance. Land Use Policy 79: 547-555
Min, S.; Wang, X.; Liu, M.; Huang, J. 2018: The asymmetric response of farmers to an expected change in the price of rubber: The roles of sunk costs and path dependency. Land Use Policy 79: 585-594
Hernández-Moreno, .; Reyes-Paecke, S. 2018: The effects of urban expansion on green infrastructure along an extended latitudinal gradient (23S45S) in Chile over the last thirty years. Land Use Policy 79: 725-733
Rhee, S.; Nyanza, E.C.; Condon, M.; Fisher, J.; Maduka, T.; Benshaul-Tolonen, A. 2018: Understanding environmental, health and economic activity interactions following transition of ownership in gold mining areas in Tanzania: A case of private to public. Land Use Policy 79: 650-658
Nielsen, M.R.; Theilade, I.; Meilby, H.; Nui, N.H.; Lam, N.T. 2018: Can Pes and Redd+ match Willingness To Accept payments in contracts for reforestation and avoided forest degradation? The case of farmers in upland Bac Kan, Vietnam. Land Use Policy 79: 822-833
Mathur, S. 2019: Impact of an urban growth boundary across the entire house price spectrum: The two-stage quantile spatial regression approach. Land Use Policy 80: 88-94
Jaligot, R.; Kemajou, A.; Chenal, J. 2018: Cultural ecosystem services provision in response to urbanization in Cameroon. Land Use Policy 79: 641-649
Dudzińska, M.; Bacior, S.; Prus, B. 2018: Considering the level of socio-economic development of rural areas in the context of infrastructural and traditional consolidations in Poland. Land Use Policy 79: 759-773
Esmaeilpoorarabi, N.; Yigitcanlar, T.; Guaralda, M.; Kamruzzaman, M.. 2018: Does place quality matter for innovation districts? Determining the essential place characteristics from Brisbanes knowledge precincts. Land Use Policy 79: 734-747
Feitelson, E. 2018: Shifting sands of planning in Israel. Land Use Policy 79: 695-706
Bukari, K.N.; Kuusaana, E.D. 2018: Impacts of large-scale land holdings on Fulani pastoralists in the Agogo Traditional Area of Ghana. Land Use Policy 79: 748-758
Cyphers, L.A.; Schultz, C.A. 2019: Policy design to support cross-boundary land management: The example of the Joint Chiefs Landscape Restoration Partnership. Land Use Policy 80: 362-369
Hilson, G.; Goumandakoye, H.; Diallo, P. 2019: Formalizing artisanal mining spaces in rural sub-Saharan Africa: The case of Niger. Land Use Policy 80: 259-268
Kocur-Bera, K. 2019: Data compatibility between the Land and Building Cadaster (Lbc) and the Land Parcel Identification System (Lpis) in the context of area-based payments: A case study in the Polish Region of Warmia and Mazury. Land Use Policy 80: 370-379
Pils, E. 2018: Reprint of Assessing evictions and expropriations in China: Efficiency, credibility and rights. Land Use Policy 79: 952-959
Choi, C.G.; Lee, S.; Kim, H.; Seong, E.Y. 2019: Critical junctures and path dependence in urban planning and housing policy: A review of greenbelts and New Towns in Koreas Seoul metropolitan area. Land Use Policy 80: 195-204
DiCorato, L.; Brady, M.V. 2019: Passive farming and land development: A real options approach. Land Use Policy 80: 32-46
Maharaj, S.S.; Asmath, H.; Ali, S.; Agard, J.; Harris, S.A.; New, M. 2019: Assessing protected area effectiveness within the Caribbean under changing climate conditions: A case study of the small island, Trinidad. Land Use Policy 81: 185-193
Chen, M.; Gong, Y.; Lu, D.; Ye, C. 2019: Build a people-oriented urbanization: Chinas new-type urbanization dream and Anhui model. Land Use Policy 80: 1-9
Hendriks, B.; Zevenbergen, J.; Bennett, R.; Antonio, D. 2019: Pro-poor land administration: Towards practical, coordinated, and scalable recording systems for all. Land Use Policy 81: 21-38
Gabbe, C.J. 2019: Local regulatory responses during a regional housing shortage: An analysis of rezonings in Silicon Valley. Land Use Policy 80: 79-87
Lennon, M.; Douglas, O.; Scott, M. 2019: Responsive environments: An outline of a method for determining context sensitive planning interventions to enhance health and wellbeing. Land Use Policy 80: 68-78
Ranjan, P.; Wardropper, C.B.; Eanes, F.R.; Reddy, S.M.W.; Harden, S.C.; Masuda, Y.J.; Prokopy, L.S. 2019: Understanding barriers and opportunities for adoption of conservation practices on rented farmland in the Us. Land Use Policy 80: 214-223
Dekel, T.; Meir, A.; Alfasi, N. 2019: Formalizing infrastructures, civic networks and production of space: Bedouin informal settlements in Be'er-Sheva metropolis. Land Use Policy 81: 91-99
Zhang, J.; Mishra, A.K.; Zhu, P. 2019: Identifying livelihood strategies and transitions in rural China: Is land holding an obstacle?. Land Use Policy 80: 107-117
Shen, X.; Wang, X.; Zhang, Z.; Lu, Z.; Lv, T. 2019: Evaluating the effectiveness of land use plans in containing urban expansion: An integrated view. Land Use Policy 80: 205-213
Huang, Y.; Zhang, C.; Liu, W. 2019: Who drives the formation and adoption of the "increasing versus decreasing balance policy"?Evidence from a policy process analysis. Land Use Policy 80: 175-184
Wang, Q.; Qiu, J.; Yu, J. 2019: Impact of farmland characteristics on grain costs and benefits in the North China Plain. Land Use Policy 80: 142-149
Rocchi, L.; Cortina, C.; Paolotti, L.; Massei, G.; Fagioli, F.F.; Antegiovanni, P.; Boggia, A. 2019: Provision of ecosystem services from the management of Natura 2000 sites in Umbria (Italy): Comparing the costs and benefits, using choice experiment. Land Use Policy 81: 13-20
Liu, L.; Liu, Z.; Gong, J.; Wang, L.; Hu, Y. 2019: Quantifying the amount, heterogeneity, and pattern of farmland: Implications for Chinas requisition-compensation balance of farmland policy. Land Use Policy 81: 256-266
Engler, J.-O.; von Wehrden, H.; Baumgärtner, S. 2019: Determinants of farm size and stocking rate in Namibian commercial cattle farming. Land Use Policy 81: 232-246
Unger, E.-M.; Zevenbergen, J.; Bennett, R.; Lemmen, C. 2019: Application of Ladm for disaster prone areas and communities. Land Use Policy 80: 118-126
Kaligarič, M.; Čuš, J.; Škornik, S.; Ivajnšič, D. 2019: The failure of agri-environment measures to promote and conserve grassland biodiversity in Slovenia. Land Use Policy 80: 127-134
Ortega-Pacheco, D.V.; Keeler, A.G.; Jiang, S. 2019: Climate change mitigation policy in Ecuador: Effects of land-use competition and transaction costs. Land Use Policy 81: 302-310
Komossa, F.; van der Zanden, E.H.; Verburg, P.H. 2019: Characterizing outdoor recreation user groups: A typology of peri-urban recreationists in the Kromme Rijn area, the Netherlands. Land Use Policy 80: 246-258
Squires, G.; White, I. 2019: Resilience and housing markets: Who is it really for?. Land Use Policy 81: 167-174
Nachmany, H.; Hananel, R. 2019: A tale of two neighborhoods: Toward a new typology of land rights. Land Use Policy 80: 233-245
Huang, Y.; Fu, J.; Wang, W.; Li, J. 2019: Development of Chinas nature reserves over the past 60 years: An overview. Land Use Policy 80: 224-232
Loh, C.G. 2019: Placemaking and implementation: Revisiting the performance principle. Land Use Policy 81: 68-75
Jain, M.; Korzhenevych, A.; Pallagst, K. 2019: Assessing growth management strategy: A case study of the largest rural-urban region in India. Land Use Policy 81: 1-12
Moreno, N.; Moreno, R.; Molina, J.R. 2019: Optimal harvest cycle on Nothofagus forests including carbon storage in Southern America: An application to Chilean subsidies in temperate forests. Land Use Policy 81: 705-713
Cabezas-Rabadán, C.; Rodilla, M.; Pardo-Pascual, J.E.; Herrera-Racionero, P. 2019: Assessing users expectations and perceptions on different beach types and the need for diverse management frameworks along the Western Mediterranean. Land Use Policy 81: 219-231
Antoni, C.; Huber-Sannwald, E.; Reyes Hernández, H.; van'tHooft, A.; Schoon, M. 2019: Socio-ecological dynamics of a tropical agricultural region: Historical analysis of system change and opportunities. Land Use Policy 81: 346-359
Ford, R.M.; Rawluk, A.; Williams, K.J.H. 2019: Managing values in disaster planning: Current strategies, challenges and opportunities for incorporating values of the public. Land Use Policy 81: 131-142
Salvati, L.; Ciommi, M.T.; Serra, P.; Chelli, F.M. 2019: Exploring the spatial structure of housing prices under economic expansion and stagnation: The role of socio-demographic factors in metropolitan Rome, Italy. Land Use Policy 81: 143-152
Jiang, B.; Bai, Y.; Wong, C.P.; Xu, X.; Alatalo, J.M. 2019: Chinas ecological civilization program Implementing ecological redline policy. Land Use Policy 81: 111-114
Suškevičs, N.B.; Eiter, S.; Martinat, S.; Stober, D.; Vollmer, E.; de Boer, C.L.; Buchecker, M. 2019: Regional variation in public acceptance of wind energy development in Europe: What are the roles of planning procedures and participation?. Land Use Policy 81: 311-323
Chigbu, U.E. 2019: Masculinity, men and patriarchal issues aside: How do womens actions impede womens access to land? Matters arising from a peri-rural community in Nigeria. Land Use Policy 81: 39-48
Wang, J.-H.Z. 2019: National parks in China: Parks for people or for the nation?. Land Use Policy 81: 825-833
Zabel, A. 2019: Biodiversity-based payments on Swiss alpine pastures. Land Use Policy 81: 153-159
Beygi Heidarlou, H.; Banj Shafiei, A.; Erfanian, M.; Tayyebi, A.; Alijanpour, A. 2019: Effects of preservation policy on land use changes in Iranian Northern Zagros forests. Land Use Policy 81: 76-90
Buisson, M.-C.; Balasubramanya, S. 2019: The effect of irrigation service delivery and training in agronomy on crop choice in Tajikistan. Land Use Policy 81: 175-184
He, S.; Wang, D.; Webster, C.; Chau, K.W. 2019: Property rights with price tags? Pricing uncertainties in the production, transaction and consumption of Chinas small property right housing. Land Use Policy 81: 424-433
Arnott, D.; Chadwick, D.; Harris, I.; Koj, A.; Jones, D.L. 2019: What can management option uptake tell us about ecosystem services delivery through agri-environment schemes?. Land Use Policy 81: 194-208
Deng, X.; Xu, D.; Zeng, M.; Qi, Y. 2019: Does early-life famine experience impact rural land transfer? Evidence from China. Land Use Policy 81: 58-67
Graham, S. 2019: Coordinating invasive plant management among conservation and rural stakeholders. Land Use Policy 81: 247-255
Bertrand, M. 2019: A cadastre for Mali? The production of land titles and the challenge of property data on the periphery of Bamako. Land Use Policy 81: 371-381
Rodrigues, C.; Fidélis, T. 2019: The integration of land use in public water reservoirs plans A critical analysis of the regulatory approaches used for the protection of banks. Land Use Policy 81: 762-775
Lu, W.; Horlu, G.S.A.K. 2019: Transition of small farms in Ghana: perspectives of farm heritage, employment and networks. Land Use Policy 81: 434-452
Evans, K. 2019: Exploring the relationship between visual preferences for tiny and small houses and land use policy in the southeastern United States. Land Use Policy 81: 209-218
Lu, H.; Xie, H.; Lv, T.; Yao, G. 2019: Determinants of cultivated land recuperation in ecologically damaged areas in China. Land Use Policy 81: 160-166
Wang, H.; Wang, Z.; Chen, J.; Chen, J.; Guan, N.; Li, G. 2019: Development of rule of law index for state land and resources in China. Land Use Policy 81: 276-290
Sheng, J. 2019: Neoliberal environmentality and incentive-coordinated Redd+ contracts. Land Use Policy 81: 400-407
Grima, N.; Singh, S.J. 2019: How the end of armed conflicts influence forest cover and subsequently ecosystem services provision? An analysis of four case studies in biodiversity hotspots. Land Use Policy 81: 267-275
Wang, Y.; Bilsborrow, R.E.; Zhang, Q.; Li, J.; Song, C. 2019: Effects of payment for ecosystem services and agricultural subsidy programs on rural household land use decisions in China: Synergy or trade-off?. Land Use Policy 81: 785-801
Kalabamu, F.T. 2019: Land tenure reforms and persistence of land conflicts in Sub-Saharan Africa The case of Botswana. Land Use Policy 81: 337-345
Starr, M.; Joshi, O.; Will, R.E.; Zou, C.B. 2019: Perceptions regarding active management of the Cross-timbers forest resources of Oklahoma, Texas, and Kansas: A Swot-Anp analysis. Land Use Policy 81: 523-530
DeRosa, M.; McElwee, G.; Smith, R. 2019: Farm diversification strategies in response to rural policy: a case from rural Italy. Land Use Policy 81: 291-301
Huy, H.T.; Nguyen, T.T. 2019: Cropland rental market and farm technical efficiency in rural Vietnam. Land Use Policy 81: 408-423
Ulambayar, T.; Fernández-Giménez, M.E. 2019: How Community-Based Rangeland Management Achieves Positive Social Outcomes in Mongolia: A Moderated Mediation Analysis. Land Use Policy 82: 93-104
Prahalad, V.; Whitehead, J.; Latinovic, A.; Kirkpatrick, J.B. 2019: The creation and conservation effectiveness of State-wide wetlands and waterways and coastal refugia planning overlays for Tasmania, Australia. Land Use Policy 81: 502-512
To, P.; Dressler, W. 2019: Rethinking Success: The politics of payment for forest ecosystem services in Vietnam. Land Use Policy 81: 582-593
Qu, Y.; Jiang, G.; Li, Z.; Tian, Y.; Wei, S. 2019: Understanding rural land use transition and regional consolidation implications in China. Land Use Policy 82: 742-753
Su, M.; Guo, R.; Hong, W. 2019: Institutional transition and implementation path for cultivated land protection in highly urbanized regions: A case study of Shenzhen, China. Land Use Policy 81: 493-501
Yuting, Y.; Guanghui, J.; Qiuyue, Z.; Dingyang, Z.; Yuling, L. 2019: Does the land use structure change conform to the evolution law of industrial structure? An empirical study of Anhui Province, China. Land Use Policy 81: 657-667
Chapman, M.; Satterfield, T.; Chan, K.M.A. 2019: When value conflicts are barriers: Can relational values help explain farmer participation in conservation incentive programs?. Land Use Policy 82: 464-475
Colombo, S.; Perujo-Villanueva, M. 2019: A practical method for the ex-ante evaluation of land consolidation initiatives: Fully connected parcels with the same value. Land Use Policy 81: 463-471
Wu, R.; Li, Z.; Liu, Y.; Huang, X.; Liu, Y. 2019: Neighborhood governance in post-reform Urban China: Place attachment impact on civic engagement in Guangzhou. Land Use Policy 81: 472-482
Dowuona-Hammond, C. 2019: Rationalising the basis for utilization of compulsorily acquired property in Ghana: Issues arising. Land Use Policy 81: 546-552
Li, X.; Hui, E.C.M.; Chen, T.; Lang, W.; Guo, Y. 2019: From Habitat Iii to the new urbanization agenda in China: Seeing through the practices of the three old renewals in Guangzhou. Land Use Policy 81: 513-522
Stadelmann-Steffen, I. 2019: Bad news is bad news: Information effects and citizens socio-political acceptance of new technologies of electricity transmission. Land Use Policy 81: 531-545
He, S.; Wang, D.; Li, Y.; Fang, Y.; Lan, H.; Chen, W. 2019: Implementation of a landscape ecological use pattern model: Debris flow waste-shoal land use in the Yeyatang Basin, Yunnan Province, China. Land Use Policy 81: 483-492
Ochoa. M, W.S.; Hartl, F.H.; Paul, C.; Knoke, T 2019: Cropping systems are homogenized by off-farm income Empirical evidence from small-scale farming systems in dry forests of southern Ecuador. Land Use Policy 82: 204-219
Koroso, N.H.; Zevenbergen, J.A.; Lengoiboni, M. 2019: Land institutions credibility: Analyzing the role of complementary institutions. Land Use Policy 81: 553-564
Bórawski, P.; Bełdycka-Bórawska, A.; Szymańska, E.J.; Jankowski, K.J.; Dunn, J.W. 2019: Price volatility of agricultural land in Poland in the context of the European Union. Land Use Policy 82: 486-496
Adam, A.G. 2019: Thinking outside the box and introducing land readjustment against the conventional urban land acquisition and delivery method in Ethiopia. Land Use Policy 81: 624-631
Xie, X.; Zhang, A.; Wen, L.; Bin, P. 2019: How horizontal integration affects transaction costs of rural collective construction land market? An empirical analysis in Nanhai District, Guangdong Province, China. Land Use Policy 82: 138-146
Sado-Inamura, Y.; Fukushi, K. 2019: Empirical analysis of flood risk perception using historical data in Tokyo. Land Use Policy 82: 13-29
Glumac, B.; Herrera-Gomez, M.; Licheron, J. 2019: A hedonic urban land price index. Land Use Policy 81: 802-812
Wainwright, W.; Drucker, A.G.; Maxted, N.; Brehm, J.M.; Ng'uni, D.; Moran, D. 2019: Estimating in situ conservation costs of Zambian crop wild relatives under alternative conservation goals. Land Use Policy 81: 632-643
Shu, H.; Xiong, P. 2019: Reallocation planning of urban industrial land for structure optimization and emission reduction: A practical analysis of urban agglomeration in Chinas Yangtze River Delta. Land Use Policy 81: 604-623
Han, A.T.; Go, M.H. 2019: Explaining the national variation of land use: A cross-national analysis of greenbelt policy in five countries. Land Use Policy 81: 644-656
Irina, L.-T.; Javier, B.-P.; Teresa, C.-B.M.ía; Eurídice, L.-A.; Luz María del Carmen, C.-I. 2019: Integrating ecological and socioeconomic criteria in a Gis-based multicriteria-multiobjective analysis to develop sustainable harvesting strategies for Mexican oregano Lippia graveolens Kunth, a non-timber forest product. Land Use Policy 81: 668-679
Zuka, S.P. 2019: Customary Land titling and inter-generational wealth transfer in Malawi: Will secondary Land rights holders maintain their Land rights?. Land Use Policy 81: 680-688
Primmer, E.; Varumo, L.; Kotilainen, J.M.; Raitanen, E.; Kattainen, M.; Pekkonen, M.; Kuusela, S.; Kullberg, P.; Kangas, J.A.M.; Ollikainen, M. 2019: Institutions for governing biodiversity offsetting: An analysis of rights and responsibilities. Land Use Policy 81: 776-784
DeMontis, A.; Ganciu, A.; Cabras, M.; Bardi, A.; Mulas, M. 2019: Comparative ecological network analysis: An application to Italy. Land Use Policy 81: 714-724
Maraseni, T.N.; Bhattarai, N.; Karky, B.S.; Cadman, T.; Timalsina, N.; Bhandari, T.S.; Apan, A.; Ma, H.O.; Rawat, R.S.; Verma, N.; San, S.M.; Oo, T.N.; Dorji, K.; Dhungana, S.; Poudel, M. 2019: An assessment of governance quality for community-based forest management systems in Asia: Prioritisation of governance indicators at various scales. Land Use Policy 81: 750-761
Mottaleb, K.A.; Singh, P.K.; He, X.; Hossain, A.; Kruseman, G.; Erenstein, O. 2019: Alternative use of wheat land to implement a potential wheat holiday as wheat blast control: In search of feasible crops in Bangladesh. Land Use Policy 82: 1-12
Ranjan, R. 2019: Optimal mangrove restoration through community engagement on coastal lands facing climatic risks: The case of Sundarbans region in India. Land Use Policy 81: 736-749
Janoušková, J.; Sobotovičová, . 2019: Fiscal autonomy of municipalities in the context of land taxation in the Czech Republic. Land Use Policy 82: 30-36
Lopes, C.; Leite, A.; Vasconcelos, M.J. 2019: Open-access cloud resources contribute to mainstream Redd+: The case of Mozambique. Land Use Policy 82: 48-60
Cucari, N.; Wankowicz, E.; Esposito DeFalco, S. 2019: Rural tourism and Albergo Diffuso: A case study for sustainable land-use planning. Land Use Policy 82: 105-119
Ruggiero, P.G.C.; Metzger, J.P.; Reverberi Tambosi, L.; Nichols, E. 2019: Payment for ecosystem services programs in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest: Effective but not enough. Land Use Policy 82: 283-291
Lee, J. 2019: Analyzing local opposition to biosphere reserve creation through semantic network analysis: The case of Baekdu mountain range, Korea. Land Use Policy 82: 61-69
Mascarenhas, A.; Haase, D.; Ramos, T.B.; Santos, R. 2019: Pathways of demographic and urban development and their effects on land take and ecosystem services: The case of Lisbon Metropolitan Area, Portugal. Land Use Policy 82: 181-194
Devátý, J.; Dostál, T.; Hösl, R.; Krása, J.; Strauss, P. 2019: Effects of historical land use and land pattern changes on soil erosion Case studies from Lower Austria and Central Bohemia. Land Use Policy 82: 674-685
French, K.E. 2019: Assessing the bioenergy potential of grassland biomass from conservation areas in England. Land Use Policy 82: 700-708
Li, Z.; Han, Z.; Xin, J.; Luo, X.; Su, S.; Weng, M. 2019: Transit oriented development among metro station areas in Shanghai, China: Variations, typology, optimization and implications for land use planning. Land Use Policy 82: 269-282
Narain, V.; Singh, A.K. 2019: Replacement or displacement? Periurbanisation and changing water access in the Kumaon Himalaya, India. Land Use Policy 82: 130-137
Xia, C.; Zhang, A.; Wang, H.; Zhang, B.; Zhang, Y. 2019: Bidirectional urban flows in rapidly urbanizing metropolitan areas and their macro and micro impacts on urban growth: A case study of the Yangtze River middle reaches megalopolis, China. Land Use Policy 82: 158-168
Bao, J.; Gao, S.; Ge, J. 2019: Dynamic land use and its policy in response to environmental and social-economic changes in China: A case study of the Jiangsu coast (17502015). Land Use Policy 82: 169-180
Villano, R.; Asante, B.O.; Bravo-Ureta, B. 2019: Farming systems and productivity gaps: Opportunities for improving smallholder performance in the Forest-Savannah transition zone of Ghana. Land Use Policy 82: 220-227
Yuan, Q. 2019: Does context matter in environmental justice patterns? Evidence on warehousing location from four metro areas in California. Land Use Policy 82: 328-338
Pot, W.D.; Dewulf, A.; Biesbroek, G.R.; Verweij, S. 2019: What makes decisions about urban water infrastructure forward looking? A fuzzy-set qualitative comparative analysis of investment decisions in 40 Dutch municipalities. Land Use Policy 82: 781-795
Cheng, M.; Yansui Liu, ; Zhou, Y. 2019: Measuring the symbiotic development of rural housing and industry: A case study of Fuping County in the Taihang Mountains in China. Land Use Policy 82: 307-316
Lima, M.; Silva Junior, C.A.; Rausch, L.; Gibbs, H.K.; Johann, J.A. 2019: Demystifying sustainable soy in Brazil. Land Use Policy 82: 349-352
Bottero, M.; Oppio, A.; Bonardo, M.; Quaglia, G. 2019: Hybrid evaluation approaches for urban regeneration processes of landfills and industrial sites: the case of the Kwun Tong area in Hong Kong. Land Use Policy 82: 585-594
Perano, M.; Abbate, T.; LaRocca, E.T.; Casali, G.L. 2019: Cittaslow & fast-growing Smes: Evidence from Europe. Land Use Policy 82: 195-203
May, D.; Arancibia, S.; Behrendt, K.; Adams, J. 2019: Preventing young farmers from leaving the farm: Investigating the effectiveness of the young farmer payment using a behavioural approach. Land Use Policy 82: 317-327
Benra, F.; Nahuelhual, L. 2019: A trilogy of inequalities: Land ownership, forest cover and ecosystem services distribution. Land Use Policy 82: 247-257
Fendrich, A.N.; Rocha, A.G.; Ranieri, V.E.L. 2019: Comparison between official priority studies guidelines and Protected Areas created in Brazil. Land Use Policy 82: 240-246
Schmidt, K.; Martín-López, B.; Phillips, P.M.; Julius, E.; Makan, N.; Walz, A. 2019: Key landscape features in the provision of ecosystem services: Insights for management. Land Use Policy 82: 353-366
Veraart, F. 2019: Land or lakes: Gravel excavation in Dutch spatial and resources policies through the lens of sustainability developments, 19502015. Land Use Policy 82: 367-374
Zhou, Y.; Guo, L.; Liu, Y. 2019: Land consolidation boosting poverty alleviation in China: Theory and practice. Land Use Policy 82: 339-348
Kumar, H.; Singh, M.K.; Gupta, M.P. 2019: A policy framework for city eligibility analysis: Tism and fuzzy Micmac-weighted approach to select a city for smart city transformation in India. Land Use Policy 82: 375-390
Hein, W.; Wilson, C.; Lee, B.; Rajapaksa, D.; de Moel, H.; Athukorala, W.; Managi, S. 2019: Climate change and natural disasters: Government mitigation activities and public property demand response. Land Use Policy 82: 436-443
Batista Mattos, J.; Brito Silva, K.; da Silva, R.J.; Mota Almeida, T.H.; Sibilla Soares Póvoas, H.; da Silva, P.V.R.; de Araújo Góes, I.M.; da Silva Matos, I. 2019: Natural factors or environmental neglect? Understanding the dilemma of a water crisis in a scenario of water plenty. Land Use Policy 82: 509-517
Huang, D.; Huang, J.; Liu, T. 2019: Delimiting urban growth boundaries using the Clue-S model with village administrative boundaries. Land Use Policy 82: 422-435
Shih, M.; Chiang, Y.-H.; Chang, H.B. 2019: Where does floating Tdr land? An analysis of location attributes in real estate development in Taiwan. Land Use Policy 82: 832-840
Hu, L.; He, S.; Han, Z.; Xiao, H.; Su, S.; Weng, M.; Cai, Z. 2019: Monitoring housing rental prices based on social media:An integrated approach of machine-learning algorithms and hedonic modeling to inform equitable housing policies. Land Use Policy 82: 657-673
Shifaw, E.; Sha, J.; Li, X.; Bao, Z.; Zhou, Z. 2019: An insight into land-cover changes and their impacts on ecosystem services before and after the implementation of a comprehensive experimental zone plan in Pingtan island, China. Land Use Policy 82: 631-642
Goodman, W.; Minner, J. 2019: Will the urban agricultural revolution be vertical and soilless? A case study of controlled environment agriculture in New York City. Land Use Policy 83: 160-173
Zhang, Z.; Liu, J.; Gu, X. 2019: Reduction of industrial land beyond Urban Development Boundary in Shanghai: Differences in policy responses and impact on towns and villages. Land Use Policy 82: 620-630
Yildiz, O. 2019: Object-based modeling of restrictions on the sale of agricultural land. Land Use Policy 82: 538-549
Zang, L.; Araral, E.; Wang, Y. 2019: Effects of land fragmentation on the governance of the commons: Theory and evidence from 284 villages and 17 provinces in China. Land Use Policy 82: 518-527
Fernandes, J.P. 2019: Developing viable, adjustable strategies for planning and managementA methodological approach. Land Use Policy 82: 563-572
Zhang, D.; Jia, Q.; Xu, X.; Yao, S.; Chen, H.; Hou, X.; Zhang, J.; Jin, G. 2019: Assessing the coordination of ecological and agricultural goals during ecological restoration efforts: A case study of Wuqi County, Northwest China. Land Use Policy 82: 550-562
Petrescu-Mag, R.M.ălina; Petrescu, D.C.; Reti, K.-O. 2019: My land is my food: Exploring social function of large land deals using food securityland deals relation in five Eastern European countries. Land Use Policy 82: 729-741
Mai, T.; Mushtaq, S.; Loch, A.; Reardon-Smith, K.; An-Vo, D.-A. 2019: A systems thinking approach to water trade: Finding leverage for sustainable development. Land Use Policy 82: 595-608
DiMarino, M.; Tiitu, M.; Lapintie, K.; Viinikka, A.; Kopperoinen, L. 2019: Integrating green infrastructure and ecosystem services in land use planning. Results from two Finnish case studies. Land Use Policy 82: 643-656
Grešlová, P.; Štych, P.; Salata, T.; Hernik, J.; Knížková, I.; Bičík, I.; Jeleček, L.; Prus, B.; Noszczyk, T. 2019: Agroecosystem energy metabolism in Czechia and Poland in the two decades after the fall of communism: From a centrally planned system to market oriented mode of production. Land Use Policy 82: 807-820
Shackleton, C.M.; Mograbi, P.J.; Drimie, S.; Fay, D.; Hebinck, P.; Hoffman, M.T.; Maciejewski, K.; Twine, W. 2019: Deactivation of field cultivation in communal areas of South Africa: Patterns, drivers and socio-economic and ecological consequences. Land Use Policy 82: 686-699
Mills, S.B.; Bessette, D.; Smith, H. 2019: Exploring landowners post-construction changes in perceptions of wind energy in Michigan. Land Use Policy 82: 754-762
Suziedelyte Visockiene, J.; Tumeliene, E.; Maliene, V. 2019: Analysis and identification of abandoned agricultural land using remote sensing methodology. Land Use Policy 82: 709-715
Lai, L.W.C.; Chau, K.W.; Lorne, F.T. 2019: Forgetting by not doing: An institutional memory inquiry of forward planning for land production by reclamation. Land Use Policy 82: 796-806
Ronchi, S.; Salata, S.; Arcidiacono, A.; Piroli, E.; Montanarella, L. 2019: Policy instruments for soil protection among the Eu member states: A comparative analysis. Land Use Policy 82: 763-780
van Leeuwen, C.C.E.; Cammeraat, E.L.H.; de Vente, J.; Boix-Fayos, C. 2019: The evolution of soil conservation policies targeting land abandonment and soil erosion in Spain: A review. Land Use Policy 83: 174-186
Ramesh, T.; Kalle, R.; Sankar, K.; Qureshi, Q.; Giordano, A.J.; Downs, C.T. 2019: To resettle or not?: Socioeconomic characteristics, livelihoods, and perceptions toward resolving human-tiger conflict in the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, India. Land Use Policy 83: 32-46
DeSalvo, M.; Capitello, R.; Gaudenzi, B.; Begalli, D. 2019: Risk management strategies and residual risk perception in the wine industry: A spatial analysis in Northeast Italy. Land Use Policy 83: 47-62
Rao, Y.; Zhang, J.; Wang, K.; Wu, X. 2019: How to prioritize protected areas: A novel perspective using multidimensional land use characteristics. Land Use Policy 83: 1-12
Janus, J.; Markuszewska, I. 2019: Forty years later: Assessment of the long-lasting effectiveness of land consolidation projects. Land Use Policy 83: 22-31
Korthals Altes, W.K. 2019: Planning initiative: Promoting development by the use of options in Amsterdam. Land Use Policy 83: 13-21
Wang, Q.; Lan, Z. 2019: Park green spaces, public health and social inequalities: Understanding the interrelationships for policy implications. Land Use Policy 83: 66-74
Pelletier, J.; Gélinas, N.; Potvin, C. 2019: Indigenous perspective to inform rights-based conservation in a protected area of Panama. Land Use Policy 83: 297-307
Deslatte, A.; Scott, T.A.; Carter, D.P. 2019: Specialized governance and regional land-use outcomes: A spatial analysis of Florida community development districts. Land Use Policy 83: 227-239
D'Urso, P.; Manca, G.; Waters, N.; Girone, S. 2019: Visualizing regional clusters of Sardinia's Eu supported agriculture: A Spatial Fuzzy Partitioning Around Medoids. Land Use Policy 83: 571-580
Chen, W.; Ye, X.; Li, J.; Fan, X.; Liu, Q.; Dong, W. 2019: Analyzing requisitioncompensation balance of farmland policy in China through telecoupling: A case study in the middle reaches of Yangtze River Urban Agglomerations. Land Use Policy 83: 134-146
Li, W.; Wang, D.; Li, H.; Wang, J.; Zhu, Y.; Yang, Y. 2019: Quantifying the spatial arrangement of underutilized land in a rapidly urbanized rust belt city: The case of Changchun City. Land Use Policy 83: 113-123
Foscaches, C.; Macchione Saes, M.S.; Bigio Schnaider, P.S. 2019: Does social identity matter in governance decisions? Evidence from an agrarian reform settlement in Brazil. Land Use Policy 83: 215-226
Han, Q.; Zhu, Y.; Ke, G.Y.; Hipel, K.W. 2019: Public private partnership in brownfield remediation projects in China: Identification and structure analysis of risks. Land Use Policy 84: 87-104
Leblond, J.-P. 2019: Revisiting forest transition explanations: The role of push factors and adaptation strategies in forest expansion in northern Phetchabun, Thailand. Land Use Policy 83: 195-214
Mikoláš, M.; Svitok, M.; Teodosiu, M.; Nagel, T.A.; Svoboda, M. 2019: Land use planning based on the connectivity of tree species does not ensure the conservation of forest biodiversity. Land Use Policy 83: 63-65
Nguyen, Q.; Kim, D.-C. 2019: Farmers landholding strategy in urban fringe areas: A case study of a transitional commune near Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Land Use Policy 83: 95-104
Sha, W.; Chen, F.; Mishra, A.K. 2019: Adoption of direct seeded rice, land use and enterprise income: Evidence from Chinese rice producers. Land Use Policy 83: 564-570
Mattsson, B.J.; Arih, A.; Heurich, M.; Santi, S.; Štemberk, J.; Vacik, H. 2019: Evaluating a collaborative decision-analytic approach to inform conservation decision-making in transboundary regions. Land Use Policy 83: 282-296
Schüler, S.; Noack, E.M. 2019: Does the Cap reflect the population's concerns about agricultural landscapes? A qualitative study in Lower Saxony, Germany. Land Use Policy 83: 240-255
Manuschevich, D.; Sarricolea, P.; Galleguillos, M. 2019: Integrating socio-ecological dynamics into land use policy outcomes: A spatial scenario approach for native forest conservation in south-central Chile. Land Use Policy 84: 31-42
Li, G.; Hu, W. 2019: A network-based approach for landscape integration of traditional settlements: A case study in the Wuling Mountain area, southwestern China. Land Use Policy 83: 105-112
Franks, J.R. 2019: An assessment of the landscape-scale dimensions of land based environmental management schemes offered to farmers in England. Land Use Policy 83: 147-159
Han, S.S.; Lin, W. 2019: Transforming rural housing land to farmland in Chongqing, China: The land coupon approach and farmers complaints. Land Use Policy 83: 370-378
Ochieng, J.; Schreinemachers, P.; Ogada, M.; Dinssa, F.F.; Barnos, W.; Mndiga, H. 2019: Adoption of improved amaranth varieties and good agricultural practices in East Africa. Land Use Policy 83: 187-194
Pedro, J.; Silva, C.; Pinheiro, M.D. 2019: Integrating Gis spatial dimension into Breeam communities sustainability assessment to support urban planning policies, Lisbon case study. Land Use Policy 83: 424-434
Basso, M. 2019: Land-use changes triggered by the expansion of wine-growing areas: A study on the Municipalities in the Proseccos production zone (Italy). Land Use Policy 83: 390-402
Antonio, W.; Griffith-Charles, C. 2019: Achieving land development benefits on customary/communal land. Land Use Policy 83: 124-133
Kissinger, G.; Gupta, A.; Mulder, I.; Unterstell, N. 2019: Climate financing needs in the land sector under the Paris Agreement: An assessment of developing country perspectives. Land Use Policy 83: 256-269
Chamberlain, W.; Anseeuw, W. 2019: Inclusive businesses in agriculture: Defining the concept and its complex and evolving partnership structures in the field. Land Use Policy 83: 308-322
Colavitti, A.M.; Serra, S. 2019: The Role of Regulation in the Land-Take Control. The Italian Case of the Metropolitan City of Cagliari. Land Use Policy 83: 270-281
Morokong, T.; Blignaut, J.N. 2019: Benefits and costs analysis of soil erosion control using rock pack structures: The case of Mutale Local Municipality, Limpopo Province, South Africa. Land Use Policy 83: 512-522
Xiao, X.; Seekamp, E.; van der Burg, M.P.; Eaton, M.; Fatorić, S.; McCreary, A. 2019: Optimizing historic preservation under climate change: Decision support for cultural resource adaptation planning in national parks. Land Use Policy 83: 379-389
Batunacun, ; Wieland, R.; Lakes, T.; Yunfeng, H.; Nendel, C. 2019: Identifying drivers of land degradation in Xilingol, China, between 1975 and 2015. Land Use Policy 83: 543-559
Lian, H.; Li, H.; Ko, K. 2019: Market-led transactions and illegal land use: Evidence from China. Land Use Policy 84: 12-20
Bennett, R.M.; Pickering, M.; Sargent, J. 2019: Transformations, transitions, or tall tales? A global review of the uptake and impact of NoSql, blockchain, and big data analytics on the land administration sector. Land Use Policy 83: 435-448
Suhardiman, D.; Keovilignavong, O.; Kenney-Lazar, M. 2019: The territorial politics of land use planning in Laos. Land Use Policy 83: 346-356
Uzun, V.; Shagaida, N.; Lerman, Z. 2019: Russian agriculture: Growth and institutional challenges. Land Use Policy 83: 475-487
Iandolo, F.; Fulco, I.; Bassano, C.; D'Amore, R. 2019: Managing a tourism destination as a viable complex system. The case of Arbatax Park. Land Use Policy 84: 21-30
Powlen, K.A.; Jones, K.W. 2019: Identifying the determinants of and barriers to landowner participation in reforestation in Costa Rica. Land Use Policy 84: 216-225
Pissourios, I.A. 2019: Survey methodologies of urban land uses: An oddment of the past, or a gap in contemporary planning theory?. Land Use Policy 83: 403-411
Elahi, E.; Weijun, C.; Zhang, H.; Nazeer, M. 2019: Agricultural intensification and damages to human health in relation to agrochemicals: Application of artificial intelligence. Land Use Policy 83: 461-474
Fernandez, M.A.; Bucaram, S. 2019: The changing face of environmental amenities: Heterogeneity across housing submarkets and time. Land Use Policy 83: 449-460
Kay, S.; Rega, C.; Moreno, G.; den Herder, M.; Palma, J.H.N.; Borek, R.; Crous-Duran, J.; Freese, D.; Giannitsopoulos, M.; Graves, A.; Jäger, M.; Lamersdorf, N.; Memedemin, D.; Mosquera-Losada, R.; Pantera, A. 2019: Agroforestry creates carbon sinks whilst enhancing the environment in agricultural landscapes in Europe. Land Use Policy 83: 581-593
Mouysset, L.; Rais Assa, C.; Ay, J.S.; Jiguet, F.; Lorrilière, R.; Doyen, L. 2019: Bioeconomic impacts of agroforestry policies in France. Land Use Policy 85: 239-248
Agheyisi, J.E. 2019: Inter-communal land conflicts in Benin City, Nigeria: Exploring the root causes in the context of customary land supply. Land Use Policy 83: 532-542
Cameira, M.R.; Rolim, J.; Valente, F.; Faro, A.; Dragosits, U.; Cordovil, C.M.d.S. 2019: Spatial distribution and uncertainties of nitrogen budgets for agriculture in the Tagus river basin in Portugal Implications for effectiveness of mitigation measures. Land Use Policy 84: 278-293
Hajzeri, A.; Kwadwo, V.O. 2019: Investigating integration of edible plants in urban open spaces: Evaluation of policy challenges and successes of implementation. Land Use Policy 84: 43-48
Gu, D.; Newman, G.; Kim, J.-H.; Park, Y.; Lee, J. 2019: Neighborhood decline and mixed land uses: Mitigating housing abandonment in shrinking cities. Land Use Policy 83: 505-511
Bonato, M.; Cian, F.; Giupponi, C. 2019: Combining Lulc data and agricultural statistics for A better identification and mapping of High nature value farmland: A case study in the veneto Plain, Italy. Land Use Policy 83: 488-504
Ledda, A.; DeMontis, A. 2019: Infrastructural landscape fragmentation versus occlusion: A sensitivity analysis. Land Use Policy 83: 523-531
Bardsley, D.K.; Palazzo, E.; Stringer, R. 2019: What should we conserve? Farmer narratives on biodiversity values in the McLaren Vale, South Australia. Land Use Policy 83: 594-605
Hu, Y.; Lu, B.; Wu, J. 2019: Value capture in industrial land renewal under the public leasehold system: A policy comparison in China. Land Use Policy 84: 59-69
Svenningsen, S.R.; Levin, G.; Perner, M.L. 2019: Military land use and the impact on landscape: A study of land use history on Danish Defence sites. Land Use Policy 84: 114-126
Cai, Z.; Liu, Z.; Zuo, S.; Cao, S. 2019: Finding a Peaceful Road to Urbanization in China. Land Use Policy 83: 560-563
Carmichael, L.; Townshend, T.G.; Fischer, T.B.; Lock, K.; Petrokofsky, C.; Sheppard, A.; Sweeting, D.; Ogilvie, F. 2019: Urban planning as an enabler of urban health: Challenges and good practice in England following the 2012 planning and public health reforms. Land Use Policy 84: 154-162
Antunes, A.P.; Rebêlo, G.H.; Pezzuti, J.C.B.; Vieira, M.A.R.M.; Constantino, P.A.L.; Campos-Silva, J.V.; Fonseca, R.; Durigan, C.C.; Ramos, R.M.; Amaral, J.V.; Camps Pimenta, N.; Ranzi, T.J.D.; Lima, N.A.S.; Shepard, G.H. 2019: A conspiracy of silence: Subsistence hunting rights in the Brazilian Amazon. Land Use Policy 84: 1-11
Popovic, G.; Stanujkic, D.; Brzakovic, M.; Karabasevic, D. 2019: A multiple-criteria decision-making model for the selection of a hotel location. Land Use Policy 84: 49-58
Higgins, C.D.; Adams, M.D.; Réquia, W.J.; Mohamed, M. 2019: Accessibility, air pollution, and congestion: Capturing spatial trade-offs from agglomeration in the property market. Land Use Policy 84: 177-191
Ayambire, R.A.; Amponsah, O.; Peprah, C.; Takyi, S.A. 2019: A review of practices for sustaining urban and peri-urban agriculture: Implications for land use planning in rapidly urbanising Ghanaian cities. Land Use Policy 84: 260-277
Vávra, J.; Duží, B.; Lapka, M.; Cudlínová, E.; Rikoon, J.S. 2019: Socio-economic context of soil erosion: A comparative local stakeholders case study from traditional agricultural region in the Czech Republic. Land Use Policy 84: 127-137
Villamayor-Tomas, S.; Sagebiel, J.; Olschewski, R. 2019: Bringing the neighbors in: A choice experiment on the influence of coordination and social norms on farmers willingness to accept agro-environmental schemes across Europe. Land Use Policy 84: 200-215
Troisi, O.; Ciasullo, M.V.; Carrubbo, L.; Sarno, D.; Grimaldi, M. 2019: Meta-management for sustainability in territorial ecosystems: The case of Liberas social reuse of territory. Land Use Policy 84: 138-153
Daryanto, S.; Fu, B.; Zhao, W.; Wang, L. 2019: One-hundred years after shrub encroachment: Policy directions towards sustainable rangeland-use. Land Use Policy 84: 71-78
Weng, W.; Costa, L.; Lüdeke, M.K.B.; Zemp, D.C. 2019: Aerial river management by smart cross-border reforestation. Land Use Policy 84: 105-113
Pirnat, J.; Hladnik, D. 2019: A tale of two cities From separation to common green connectivity for maintaining of biodiversity and well-being. Land Use Policy 84: 252-259
Hua, X.; Kono, Y.; Zhang, L.; Xu, E.; Luo, R. 2019: How transnational labor migration affects upland land use practices in the receiving country: Findings from the China-Myanmar borderland. Land Use Policy 84: 163-176
Franco, J.C.; Borras, S.M. 2019: Grey areas in green grabbing: subtle and indirect interconnections between climate change politics and land grabs and their implications for research. Land Use Policy 84: 192-199
Khachatryan, H.; Suh, D.H.; Xu, W.; Useche, P.; Dukes, M.D. 2019: Towards sustainable water management: Preferences and willingness to pay for smart landscape irrigation technologies. Land Use Policy 85: 33-41
Hassan, S.; Olsen, S.B.; Thorsen, B.J. 2019: Urban-rural divides in preferences for wetland conservation in Malaysia. Land Use Policy 84: 226-237
Morisson, N.; Szumilo, N. 2019: Universities global research ambitions and their localised effects. Land Use Policy 85: 290-301
Loomis, J.J.; Knaus, M.; Dziedzic, M. 2019: Integrated quantification of forest total economic value. Land Use Policy 84: 335-346
Thorning, D.; Balch, C.; Essex, S. 2019: The delivery of mixed communities in the regeneration of urban waterfronts: An investigation of the comparative experience of Plymouth and Bristol. Land Use Policy 84: 238-251
Geussens, K.; Van den Broeck, G.; Vanderhaegen, K.; Verbist, B.; Maertens, M. 2019: Farmers perspectives on payments for ecosystem services in Uganda. Land Use Policy 84: 316-327
Lengoiboni, M.; Richter, C.; Zevenbergen, J. 2019: Cross-cutting challenges to innovation in land tenure documentation. Land Use Policy 85: 21-32
Kitsakis, D.; Kalantari, M.; Rajabifard, A.; Atazadeh, B.; Dimopoulou, E. 2019: Exploring the 3rd dimension within public law restrictions: A case study of Victoria, Australia. Land Use Policy 85: 195-206
Jeon, J.S. 2019: How housing market responds to greenbelt relaxation: Case of Seoul Metropolitan Area, South Korea. Land Use Policy 84: 328-334
Gomes, E.; Abrantes, P.; Banos, A.; Rocha, J. 2019: Modelling future land use scenarios based on farmers intentions and a cellular automata approach. Land Use Policy 85: 142-154
Duesberg, S.; NíDhubháin, . 2019: Forest intensification in Ireland: Developing an approximation of social acceptability. Land Use Policy 85: 368-386
Budhathoki, N.K.; Lassa, J.A.; Pun, S.; Zander, K.K. 2019: Farmers interest and willingness-to-pay for index-based crop insurance in the lowlands of Nepal. Land Use Policy 85: 1-10
Paudel, G.P.; Kc, D.B.; Rahut, D.B.; Justice, S.E.; McDonald, A.J. 2019: Scale-appropriate mechanization impacts on productivity among smallholders: Evidence from rice systems in the mid-hills of Nepal. Land Use Policy 85: 104-113
Zhuang, M.; Gongbuzeren, ; Zhang, J.; Li, W. 2019: Community-based seasonal movement grazing maintains lower greenhouse gas emission intensity on Qinghai-Tibet Plateau of China. Land Use Policy 85: 155-160
Kukulska-Kozieł, A.; Szylar, M.; Cegielska, K.; Noszczyk, T.; Hernik, J.; Gawroński, K.; Dixon-Gough, R.; Jombach, S.; Valánszki, I.; FilepnéKovács, K. 2019: Towards three decades of spatial development transformation in two contrasting post-Soviet cities Krakw and Budapest. Land Use Policy 85: 328-339
Liu, J.; Jin, X.; Xu, W.; Fan, Y.; Ren, J.; Zhang, X.; Zhou, Y. 2019: Spatial coupling differentiation and development zoning trade-off of land space utilization efficiency in eastern China. Land Use Policy 85: 310-327
Karlsson, J.O.; Röös, E. 2019: Resource-efficient use of land and animals Environmental impacts of food systems based on organic cropping and avoided food-feed competition. Land Use Policy 85: 63-72
Zhong, T.; Zhang, X.; Huang, X.; Liu, F. 2019: Blessing or curse? Impact of land finance on rural public infrastructure development. Land Use Policy 85: 130-141
Marull, J.; Farré, M.; Boix, R.; Palacio, A.B.; Ruiz-Forés, N. 2019: Modelling urban networks sustainable progress. Land Use Policy 85: 73-91
Qinglei, Z.; Guanghui, J.; Wenqiu, M.; Dingyang, Z.; Yanbo, Q.; Yuting, Y. 2019: Social security or profitability? Understanding multifunction of rural housing land from farmers needs: Spatial differentiation and formation mechanism Based on a survey of 613 typical farmers in Pinggu District. Land Use Policy 86: 91-103
Park, J.H.; Park, S.H.; Kim, K.A. 2019: Disaster management and land administration in South Korea: Earthquakes and the real estate market. Land Use Policy 85: 52-62
Niedziałkowski, K.; Beunen, R. 2019: The risky business of planning reform The evolution of local spatial planning in Poland. Land Use Policy 85: 11-20
Mabe, F.N.; Nashiru, S.; Mummuni, E.; Boateng, V.F. 2019: The nexus between land acquisition and household livelihoods in the Northern region of Ghana. Land Use Policy 85: 357-367
Zhang, Y.; He, L.; Li, X.; Zhang, C.; Qian, C.; Li, J.; Zhang, A. 2019: Why are the Longji Terraces in Southwest China maintained well? A conservation mechanism for agricultural landscapes based on agricultural multi-functions developed by multi-stakeholders. Land Use Policy 85: 42-51
Brandão, J.B.; Breitenbach, R. 2019: What are the main problems in the management of rural cooperatives in Southern Brazil?. Land Use Policy 85: 121-129
Hook, A. 2019: Over-spilling institutions: The political ecology of greening the small-scale gold mining sector in Guyana. Land Use Policy 85: 438-453
Fleming, A.; Stitzlein, C.; Jakku, E.; Fielke, S. 2019: Missed opportunity? Framing actions around co-benefits for carbon mitigation in Australian agriculture. Land Use Policy 85: 230-238
Dadashpoor, H.; Somayeh, A. 2019: Land tenure-related conflicts in peri-urban areas: A review. Land Use Policy 85: 218-229
Góngora, R.; Milán, M.J.; López-i-Gelats, F. 2019: Pathways of incorporation of young farmers into livestock farming. Land Use Policy 85: 183-194
Daxini, A.; Ryan, M.; O'Donoghue, C.; Barnes, A.P. 2019: Understanding farmers intentions to follow a nutrient management plan using the theory of planned behaviour. Land Use Policy 85: 428-437
Polat, Z.A. 2019: Legal, economic, geographical and demographic analysis of the acquisition of Real Estate by foreign nationals in Turkey. Land Use Policy 85: 207-217
Li, H.; Wei, Y.D.; Wu, Y. 2019: Analyzing the private rental housing market in Shanghai with open data. Land Use Policy 85: 271-284
Nilsson, L.; Clough, Y.; Smith, H.G.; Alkan Olsson, J.; Brady, M.V.; Hristov, J.; Olsson, P.; Skantze, K.; Ståhlberg, D.; Dänhardt, J. 2019: A suboptimal array of options erodes the value of Cap ecological focus areas. Land Use Policy 85: 407-418
Johnson Gaither, C.; Yembilah, R.; Samar, S.B. 2019: Tree registration to counter elite capture of forestry benefits in Ghanas Ashanti and Brong Ahafo regions. Land Use Policy 85: 340-349
Jacobs, C.; Ruhamya Mugenzi, J.; Lubala Kubiha, S.; Assumani, I. 2019: Towards becoming a property owner in the city: From being displaced to becoming a citizen in urban Dr Congo. Land Use Policy 85: 350-356
Greinert, A.; Kostecki, J.; Vystavna, Y. 2019: The history of viticultural land use as a determinant of contemporary regional development in Western Poland. Land Use Policy 85: 249-258
Tang, P.; Shi, X.; Gao, J.; Feng, S.; Qu, F. 2019: Demystifying the key for intoxicating land finance in China: An empirical study through the lens of government expenditure. Land Use Policy 85: 302-309
Cao, Q.; Sarker, M.N.I.; Sun, J. 2019: Model of the influencing factors of the withdrawal from rural homesteads in China: Application of grounded theory method. Land Use Policy 85: 285-289
Nery, T.; Polyakov, M.; Sadler, R.; White, B. 2019: Spatial patterns of boom and bust forestry investment development: A case study from Western Australia. Land Use Policy 86: 67-77
Cisilino, F.; Bodini, A.; Zanoli, A. 2019: Rural development programs impact on environment: An ex-post evaluation of organic faming. Land Use Policy 85: 454-462
Bahinipati, C.S.; Viswanathan, P.K. 2019: Incentivizing resource efficient technologies in India: Evidence from diffusion of micro-irrigation in the dark zone regions of Gujarat. Land Use Policy 86: 253-260
de Souza Filho, H.M.; Carrer, M.J.; Saes, M.S.M.; Gomes, L.A.deV.; Nicolella, A.C. 2019: Performance heterogeneity and strategic orientation: An analysis of small farmers of an agrarian reform project in Brazil. Land Use Policy 86: 23-30
Kathrin, B. 2019: Collaborative governance in the making: Implementation of a new forest management regime in an old-growth conflict region of British Columbia, Canada. Land Use Policy 86: 43-53
Fentie, A.; Beyene, A.D. 2019: Climate-smart agricultural practices and welfare of rural smallholders in Ethiopia: Does planting method matter?. Land Use Policy 85: 387-396
Wu, Y.; Tao, Y.; Yang, G.; Ou, W.; Pueppke, S.; Sun, X.; Chen, G.; Tao, Q. 2019: Impact of land use change on multiple ecosystem services in the rapidly urbanizing Kunshan City of China: Past trajectories and future projections. Land Use Policy 85: 419-427
Danne, M.; Musshoff, O.; Schulte, M. 2019: Analysing the importance of glyphosate as part of agricultural strategies: A discrete choice experiment. Land Use Policy 86: 189-207
Fiedeń, Łukasz 2019: Changes in land use in the communes crossed by the A4 motorway in Poland. Land Use Policy 85: 397-406
Yurui, L.; Yi, L.; Pengcan, F.; Hualou, L. 2019: Impacts of land consolidation on rural humanenvironment system in typical watershed of the Loess Plateau and implications for rural development policy. Land Use Policy 86: 339-350
Martey, E.; Kuwornu, J.K.M.; Adjebeng-Danquah, J. 2019: Estimating the effect of mineral fertilizer use on Land productivity and income: Evidence from Ghana. Land Use Policy 85: 463-475
Moritz, M.; Garcia, V.; Buffington, A.; Ahmadou, M. 2019: Pastoralist refugee crisis tests the resilience of open property regime in the Logone Floodplain, Cameroon. Land Use Policy 86: 31-42
Narducci, J.; Quintas-Soriano, C.; Castro, A.; Som-Castellano, R.; Brandt, J.S. 2019: Implications of urban growth and farmland loss for ecosystem services in the western United States. Land Use Policy 86: 1-11
Yang, L.; Liu, M.; Lun, F.; Min, Q.; Li, W. 2019: The impacts of farmers livelihood capitals on planting decisions: A case study of Zhagana Agriculture-Forestry-Animal Husbandry Composite System. Land Use Policy 86: 208-217
Kansanga, M.M.; Arku, G.; Luginaah, I. 2019: Powers of exclusion and counter-exclusion: The political ecology of ethno-territorial customary land boundary conflicts in Ghana. Land Use Policy 86: 12-22
Moroni, S.; Minola, L. 2019: Unnatural sprawl: Reconsidering public responsibility for suburban development in Italy, and the desirability and possibility of changing the rules of the game. Land Use Policy 86: 104-112
Coimbra, Joao Carlos; Pinto, Iraja Damiani; Wurdig, Norma Luiza; Do Carmo, Dermeval Aparecido 2019: Is aquaculture abandonment a threat to sustainable coastal resource use? A case study of Andhra Pradesh, India, with options for reuse. Land Use Policy 86: 54-66
Silva, J.M.C.; Castro Dias, T.C.A.; Cunha, A.C.; Cunha, H.F.A. 2019: Public spending in federal protected areas in Brazil. Land Use Policy 86: 158-164
Wang, D.; Qian, W.; Guo, X. 2019: Gains and losses: Does farmland acquisition harm farmers welfare?. Land Use Policy 86: 78-90
Liu, G.; Chen, S.; Gu, J. 2019: Urban renewal simulation with spatial, economic and policy dynamics: The rent-gap theory-based model and the case study of Chongqing. Land Use Policy 86: 238-252
Muczyński, A.; Dawidowicz, A.; Źróbek, R. 2019: The information system for social housing management as a part of the land administration system A case study of Poland. Land Use Policy 86: 165-176
Kabir, M..J.; Cramb, R.; Alauddin, M.; Gaydon, D.S. 2019: Farmers perceptions and management of risk in rice-based farming systems of south-west coastal Bangladesh. Land Use Policy 86: 177-188
Chigbu, U.E. 2019: Anatomy of womens landlessness in the patrilineal customary land tenure systems of sub-Saharan Africa and a policy pathway. Land Use Policy 86: 126-135
d'Amato, M.; Zrobek, S.; Renigier Bilozor, M.; Walacik, M.; Mercadante, G. 2019: Valuing the effect of the change of zoning on underdeveloped land using fuzzy real option approach. Land Use Policy 86: 365-374
Han, W.; Zhang, X.; Zhang, Z. 2019: The role of land tenure security in promoting rural womens empowerment: Empirical evidence from rural China. Land Use Policy 86: 280-289
Ge, D.; Wang, Z.; Tu, S.; Long, H.; Yan, H.; Sun, D.; Qiao, W. 2019: Coupling analysis of greenhouse-led farmland transition and rural transformation development in Chinas traditional farming area: A case of Qingzhou City. Land Use Policy 86: 113-125
He, B.-J.; Zhu, J.; Zhao, D.-X.; Gou, Z.-H.; Qi, J.-D.; Wang, J. 2019: Co-benefits approach: Opportunities for implementing sponge city and urban heat island mitigation. Land Use Policy 86: 147-157
Valliant, J.C.D.; Ruhf, K.Z.; Gibson, K.D.; Brooks, J.R.; Farmer, J.R. 2019: Fostering farm transfers from farm owners to unrelated, new farmers: A qualitative assessment of farm link services. Land Use Policy 86: 438-447
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Rapaka, R.S.; Purohit, V.; Schnur, P.; Rutter, J. 2013: Trp channels, Gpcrs, endolipids and natural products: A tetrad that makes sense. Life Sciences 92(8-9): 393
Pollock, J.S.; Hyndman, K.A. 2013: Interaction and sexual dimorphism of Etb/Nos signaling in cardiovascular and renal disease. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e1
Barton, M. 2013: Endothelin is getting older: How aging links endothelin with disease. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e1
Yuzugulen, J.; Wood, E.G.; Villar, I.C.; Douthwaite, J.A.; Patel, N.S.A./I.N.S.; ; Jegard, J.;M.,A.;C.,P.;G.,H.;R.B.,I.;; Jegard, J.; Montoya, A.; Cutillas, P.; Gaertner, H.; Rossitto-Borlat, I.; Rose, K.; Hartley, O.; Ahluwalia, A.; Corder, R. 2013: Characterisation of the Endothelin-Like Domain Peptide (Eldp) co-synthesised with Endothelin-1 from the Edn1 gene. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e2
Spinella, F. 2013: The endothelin axis: A new player in tumor angiogenesis and lymphangiogenesis. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e3
von Brandenstein, M.; Straube, J.; Loeser, H.; Ozretic, L.; Fries, J.W.U. 2013: Endothelin-1 induced Mxi-2/Ago2 complex formation resulting in P53 downregulation promoting breast cancer development. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e3
Freeman, B.D.; Dai, M.; Desruisseaux, M.S. 2013: The role of endothelin-1 in the vascular pathobiology of cerebral malaria. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e7
Oki, M.; Jesmin, S.; Shimojo, N.; Islam, M.; Khatun, T.; Kawano, S.; Miyauchi, T.; Mizutani, T. 2013: Dual endothelin blockade exacerbates upregulated Vegf angiogenic signaling in the heart of a /Ins;lipopolysaccharide-induced endotoxemic rat model. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e7
Haque, S.; Ramesh, B.; Welch, H.; Abraham, D.; Ogubbiyi, O.; Loizidou, M.; Dashwood, M. 2013: The localisation and distribution of endothelin receptors in normal and cancer colon tissues: Confirmation by autoradiography, immunohistochemistry and quantum dot targeting. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e8
Haque, S.; Loizidou, M.; Dashwood, M.; Shi-wen, X.; Abraham, D.; Welch, H. 2013: Novel molecular pathways by which Eta receptor mediates tumourigenic signals in colorectal cancer: Support for Eta receptor antagonism as adjuvant treatment. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e8
Sato, K.; Saji, T.; Kaneko, T.; Takahashi, K.; Sugi, K. 2013: An unexpected pulmonary hypertensive crisis: Eying the culprit. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e9
Reddy, G.; Tolcher, A.; Gulati, A.; Chawla, S.; Allen, L.F. 2013: Pharmacokinetics of Spi-1620 in a Phase I, open label, ascending dose study of the safety, tolerability, pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of the endothelin B receptor agonist, Spi-1620, in recurrent or progressive carcinoma. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e9
Takahashi, K.; Ohba, K.; Nishiyama, H.; Kaneko, K.; Hirose, T.; Totsune, K.; Sasano, H.; Suzuki, T. 2013: (Pro)renin receptor in breast cancer and its possible pathophysiological role in cancer cell proliferation. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e10
Sung, M.J.; Davaatseren, M.; Hwnag, J.-T.; Park, J.H.; Kim, M.S.; Wang, S. 2013: Poly-gamma-glutamic acid attenuates angiogenesis and inflammation in experimental colitis. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e10
Osano, A. 2013: Identification of bladder endothelin-1 receptors and binding characteristics of bosentan and ambrisentan. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e10
Dashwood, M.R.; Lohsiriwat, V.; Wilson, V.G.; Scholefield, J.H. 2013: Endothelin-1 (Et-1) and its receptors on haemorrhoidal tissue: A potential site for therapeutic intervention. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e11
Radchenko, N.; Yanchuk, P. 2013: Endothelin-1 modulates bile secretory function in rats. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e11
Bianchi, M.; Adur, J.; Takizawa, S.; Saida, K.; Casco, V.H. 2013: Endothelin system in intestinal villi: A possible role of endothelin-2 in the maintenance of intestinal architecture. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e11
Durgan, D.J.; Crossland, R.F.; Lloyd, E.E.; Phillips, S.C.; Bryan, R. 2013: Increased cerebrovascular sensitivity to endothelin-1 in obstructive sleep apnea rats is endothelin-B receptor mediated. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e12
Gulati, A.; Puppala, A.K.; Briyal, S. 2013: The Akt pathway mediates the neuroprotective effect of Irl-1620 in a rat model of focal cerebral ischemia. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e12
Cacioppo, J.; Lin, P.; Oh, S.; Koo, Y.; Ko, C. 2013: Changes in ovarian constriction by endothelin-2/receptor system in the feline ovary. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e13
Vignon-Zellweger, N.; Relle, K.; Rahnenfuhrer, J.; Schwab, K.; Hocher, B.; Theuring, F. 2013: Et-1 overexpression and endothelial nitric oxide synthase knock-out induce different pathological responses in the heart of male and female mice. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e13
Yuzugulen, J.; Lilitkarntakul, P.; Wood, E.G.; Kimmitt, R.A.; Dhaun, N.; Goddard, J.G.; Webb, D.J.; Corder, R. 2013: Evaluation of urinary and plasma endothelin-like domain peptide (Eldp) in chronic kidney disease. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e14
Ogura, Y.; Shimojo, N.; Jesmin, S.; Seki, Y.; Sakuramoto, H.; Hagiya, K.; Kawano, S.; Mizutani, T. 2013: Potential amelioration of upregulated renal Hif1alpha/Ins;endothelin 1 system through landiolol hydrochloride in a rat model of endotoxemia: A possible linkage to the increased renal vascular resistance based on renal microcirculation alteration in sepsis. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e14
Sorokin, A.; Palygin, O.; Miller, B.; Staruschenko, A. 2013: P66 Shc mediates the /Ins;effect of Et-1 on Trpc channel /Ins;activity and changes in intracellular Ca2+ in renal vascular smooth muscle cells. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e14
Baretella, O.; Xu, A.; Vanhoutte, P.M. 2013: Contractions to endogenous and exogenous endothelin-1 in segmental renal arteries of the mouse: Up-regulation in obesity. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e15
Sorokin, A.; Miller, B.; Geurts, A.M.; Imig, J.D. 2013: Et-1-induced contraction of renal afferent arterioles of Dahl salt-sensitive rats is impaired by targeted modification of a p66 Shc regulatory phosphorylation site. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e15
Loeser, H.; Herschung, A.; von Brandenstein, M.; Fries, J.W.U. 2013: Blocking endothelin-1 induced multiple drug resistance permits effective inhibition of activation of renal proximal tubules exemplified by the Pkc alpha-microRna15a loop. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e15
Nakayama, K.; Vignon-Zellweger, N.; Heiden, S.; Suzuki, Y.; Okano, T.; Miyagawa, K.; Mayasari, D.S.; Yagi, K.; Yanagisawa, M.; Emoto, N. 2013: Endothelin converting enzyme inhibition attenuates early albuminuria and late renal failure in streptozotocin induced diabetic mice. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e16
Inscho, E.W.; Pollock, D.M.; Sullivan, J.C.; Zhang, S. 2013: High salt diet attenuates Et-1 mediated calcium signaling responses in preglomerular smooth muscle cells from Wt and Etb receptor-deficient rats. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e16
Arfian, N.; Yagi, K.; Nakayama, K.; Sari, D.C.R.; Romi, M.M.; Tranggono, U.; Muliawan, H.S.; Emoto, N. 2013: Increased of heparanase expression in hypoxic/Ins; endothelial cells and kidney ischemic-reperfusion injury associates with endothelin-1 elevation and eNos reduction. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e17
Arfian, N.; Yagi, K.; Nakayama, K.; Vignon-Zellweger, N.; Heiden, S.; Hung, T.V.; Muliawan, H.S.; Satwiko, G.; Emoto, N. 2013: Endothelial cell/Ins;-derived endothelin-1 exaggerates kidney fibrosis through Etar activation in renal interstitial cells. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e17
Vernerova, Z.; Vaneckova, I.; Skaroupkova, P.; Huskova, Z.; Cervenka, L. 2013: Combined endothelin A receptor and renin/Ins;angiotensin system blockade is superior to isolated renin/Ins;angiotensin system blockade against the progression of /Ins;renal damage in 5/6 nephrectomized Ren-2 transgenic hypertensive rats. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e18
Nakano, D.; Emoto, N.; Nakayama, K.; Yanagisawa, M.; Nishiyama, A. 2013: Endothelial cell-derived Et-1 contributes to the severity of septic kidney injury. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e18
Vignon-Zellweger, N.; Heiden, S.; Nakayama, K.; Yagi, K.; Iglarz, M.; Yanagisawa, M.; Emoto, N. 2013: Absence of Eta receptors on podocytes is not antialbuminuric in diabetic mice. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e19
Finzi, A.; Cellini, M.; Strobbe, E.; Campos, E. 2013: Et-1 plasma levels, choroidal thickness and multifocal electroretinogram in retinitis pigmentosa. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e19
Nogami, Y.; Ishizu, T.; Atsumi, A.; Yamamoto, M.; Kawamura, R.; Seo, Y.; Aonuma, K. 2013: Quantitative determination of diastolic suction using vector flow mapping. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e20
Machino, T.; Murakoshi, N.; Sato, A.; Xu, D.; Hoshi, T.; Kimura, T.; Aonuma, K. 2013: The anti-hypertensive effect of radiofrequency renal denervation with a reduction of renal tissue norepinephrine content in the spontaneously hypertensive rats. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e20
Yamamoto, M.; Seo, Y.; Kawamatsu, N.; Sato, K.; Sugano, N.; Atsumi, A.; Harimura, Y.; Machino-Ohtsuka, T.; Sakamaki, F.; Ishizu, T.; Miyauchi, T.; Aonuma, K. 2013: Prognostic significance of remaining severe left ventricular diastolic dysfunction after cardiac resynchronizaion therapy. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e21
Sakai, S.; Warabi, E.; Yanagawa, T.; Kimura, T.; Tajiri, K.; Homma, S.; Kuga, K.; Aonuma, K.; Ishii, T.; Miyauchi, T. 2013: Elevated blood pressure in resting daytime-phase in A170/p62-knockout mice, a newly established obese model. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e21
Yoshikawa, T.; Zempo-Miyaki, A.; Matsubara, T.; Akazawa, N.; Choi, Y.; Tanahashi, K.; Miyauchi, T.; Maeda, S. 2013: Relationship between plasma Klotho concentration and physical activity level in middle-aged and elderly women. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e21
Tanahashi, K.; Akazawa, N.; Miyaki, A.; Choi, Y.; Ra, S.-G.; Matsubara, T.; Kumagai, H.; Oikawa, S.; Miyauchi, T.; Maeda, S. 2013: Relationship between plasma asymmetric dimethylarginine concentrations and aerobic exercise capacity in postmenopausal women. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e22
Yamamoto, T.; Tamura, Y.; Sano, M.; Fukuda, K. 2013: Relationship between digit ratio and idiopathic pulmonary hypertension in Japanese women. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e22
Irukayama-Tomobe, Y.; Murakoshi, N.; Sakurai, T. 2013: The role of Npbwr1 on autonomic nervous system. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e22
Maruyama, H.; Dewachter, C.; Sakai, S.; Belhaj, A.; Rondelet, B.; Remmelink, M.; Vachiery, J.-L.; Naeije, R.; Dewachter, L. 2013: The hypoxia-mimetic agent cobalt chloride induces the expression of intrinsic Bmp antagonist noggin independent /Ins;of the /Ins;endothelin pathway. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e23
Maeda, S.; Misono, M.; Iemitsu, M.; Otsuki, T.; Sugawara, J.; Choi, Y.; Miyaki, A.; Miyauchi, T.; Kuno, S.; Ajisaka, R. 2013: Combination of polymorphisms in angiotensin-converting enzyme and estrogen receptor-alpha genes increases the risk for elevation of arterial stiffness. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e23
Nakamura, A.; Horigome, H.; Seo, Y.; Ishizu, T.; Aonuma, K.; Sumazaki, R. 2013: The impact of Rv/Lv volume ratio on biventricular function. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e23
Toyama, M.; Watanabe, S.; Miyauchi, T.; Ojima, E.; Kuroda, Y.; Aonuma, K. 2013: Diabetes and obesity are significant risks /Ins;of morning hypertension. From large scale home Bp study: Ibaraki Hypertension Assessment Trial (I-Hat). Life Sciences 93(25-26): e24
Webb, D. 2013: Treatment-resistant hypertension: The challenges for drug treatment. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e25
Sunagawa, K. 2013: Impact of neuromodulation on pressure dysregulation From hypertension to hypotension. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e25
Gulati, A. 2013: Targeting endothelin axis to treat pain. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e26
Leonard, M.G.; Gulati, A. 2013: Endothelin B receptor agonist, Irl-1620, enhances neurovascular remodeling following cerebral ischemia in rats. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e26
Martins, Y.C.; Tanowitz, H.B.; Weiss, L.M.; Desruisseaux, M.S. 2013: Endothelin-1 treatment induces experimental cerebral malaria during Plasmodium berghei Nk65 infection. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e27
Clozel, M. 2013: Benefits of dual endothelin receptor antagonists: Mechanisms of action, current studies, and future directions. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e28
Kawaguchi, Y. 2013: Effects of bosentan on digital ulcers in patients with systemic sclerosis. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e28
Langleben, D. 2013: The evolving paradigm of pulmonary arterial hypertension and the evolving role of endothelin-1. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e32
Matsubara, H. 2013: Balloon pulmonary angioplasty as a treatment option for chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e32
Raharjo, S.B.; Yuniadi, N.; Emoto, Y.; Nakayama, K.; Harimurti, G.M./I.N.S.; , 2013: Role of bradykinin and endothelin-converting enzyme-1 in pulmonary hypertension. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e33
Ogawa, A.; Miyaji, K.; Matsubara, H. 2013: Long-Term Survival in Japanese Patients with Idiopathic/Heritable Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e33
Leask, A.; Guo, F. 2013: Endothelin regulation by miR-218: A target in scarring. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e34
Feng, B.; Chen, S.; Cao, Y.; Ruiz, M.; Chakrabarti, S. 2013: MiRna-1 Regulates endothelin-1 in diabetes. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e34
Kozakai, T.; Kobayashi, H.; Oishi, K.; Ishida, N.; Saida, K. 2013: Effect of feeding behavior on circadian regulation of endothelin expression in mouse colon epithelia. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e35
Wang, H.; Quan, J.; Uchide, T.; Andoh, T.; Saida, K. 2013: CDna cloning and sequence analysis of preproendothelin from barfin Flounder (Verasper moseri). Life Sciences 93(25-26): e35
Quan, J.; Wang, H.; Uchide, T.; Fuse, H.; Saida, K. 2013: Shark endothelin: cDna cloning, sequence and evolutional analysis. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e35
Quan, J.; Wang, H.; Uchide, T.; Fuse, H.; Saida, K. 2013: Molecular cloning and sequence analysis of preproendothelin from medaka, Oryzias latipes. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e35
Chai, S.-P.; Fong, J.C. 2013: The signaling pathways involved in the synergistic effect of Et-1 and cAmp on Il-6 transcription. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e36
Paradis, P.; Coelho, S.C.; Rautureau, Y.; Schiffrin, E.L. 2013: A novel mouse model to characterize the mechanisms of endothelin-1-induced vascular injury. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e36
Paradis, P.; Idris-Khodja, N.; Mian, M.O.R.; Li, M.W.; Leibowitz, A.; Rautureau, Y.; Schiffrin, E.L. 2013: Remodeling of endothelial function in atherosclerotic mice overexpressing endothelin-1 restricted to endothelium. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e36
Horinouchi, T.; Higa, T.; Higashi, T.; Terada, K.; Mai, Y.; Harada, T.; Hoshi, A.; Horiguchi, M.; Nepal, P.; Hatate, C.; Miwa, S. 2013: Negative regulation of endothelin type A receptor-operated Trpc6 channel by adenylate cyclase-camp-protein kinase a signaling pathway. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e37
Jacobs, M.E./I.N.S.; ; Jeffers, L.A./I.N.S.;;W.,A.K./I.N.S.;;W.,C.S./I.N.S.;;C.,B.D./I.N.S.;; Jeffers, L.A./I.N.S.; ; Welch, A.K./I.N.S.;;W.,C.S./I.N.S.;;C.,B.D./I.N.S.;; Welch, A.K./I.N.S.; ; Wingo, C.S./I.N.S.;;C.,B.D./I.N.S.;; Wingo, C.S./I.N.S.; ; Cain, B.D./I.N.S.;; Cain, B.D./I.N.S.; , 2013: MicroRna Regulation of endothelin-1 in an inner medullary collecting duct cell line. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e37
Maguire, J.J./I.N.S.; ; Ooi, C.Y.;S.,M.P.F./I.N.S.;;D.,A.P./I.N.S.;; Ooi, C.Y.; Sutcliffe, M.P.F./I.N.S.; ; Davenport, A.P./I.N.S.;; Davenport, A.P./I.N.S.; , 2013: The relative contributions of active response and passive stiffness on the pharmacological response of human normal and diseased coronary arteries to Et-1. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e37
Desbiens, L.; Day, R.; Houde, M.; Semaan, W.; Takai, S.; Miyazaki, M.; Pejler, G.; D'Orléans-Juste, P. 2013: Mastocytes derived or recombinant mouse mast cell protease 4 (mMcp-4) converts big-Et-1 to Et-1 (1-31). Life Sciences 93(25-26): e38
Murakami, M.; Nemoto, T.; Ohba, T.; Niwa, H.; Kushikata, T.; Ono, K.; Watanabe, H.; Hirota, K. 2013: Involvement of endothelin-1 in adrenal catecholamine regulation. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e38
Meszaros, A.T./I.N.S.; ; Buki, T.;H.,K.;V.,G.;E.,D.;K.,J.;O.,N.;O.; Buki, T.; Horvath, K.; Varga, G.; Erces, D.; Kaszaki, J.; Okada, N.; Okada, H.; Boros, M. 2013: The anti-inflammatory effects of endothelin-a receptor antagonism during hyperdy/Ins;namic sepsis in rats. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e38
Wu, K.-D.; Huang, Y.-C.; Wu, V. 2013: The toxicity of indoxyl sulfate to endothelial progenitor cells is rescued by niacin. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e39
Moorhouse, R.C./I.N.S.; ; Dhaun, N.;W.,D.J./I.N.S.;;K.,D.C./I.N.S.;; Dhaun, N.; Webb, D.J./I.N.S.; ; Kluth, D.C./I.N.S.;; Kluth, D.C./I.N.S.; , 2013: Endothelin-1 does not alter macrophage phenotype. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e39
Higashi, T.; Horinouchi, T.; Harada, T.; Higa, T.; Terada, K.; Hoshi, A.; Mai, Y.; Horiguchi, M.; Nepal, P.; Hatate, C.; Miwa, S. 2013: Endothelin-1 activates extracellular signal-regulated kinases 1 and 2 through transactivation of platelet-derived growth factor receptor in skeletal muscle cells. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e39
Wang, H.; Quan, J.; Uchide, T.; Saida, K. 2013: Structure of the precursor of salmon, Oncorhynchus keta, endothelins and phylogenetic analysis. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e40
Lopes, R.; Carneiro, F.; Szasz, T.; Bomfim, G.; Webb, C.; Tostes, R. 2013: Decreased Mypt-1 phosphorylation at Thr696 and Cdc42 protein expression are associated with decreased contractile responses to Et-1 in corpora cavernosa and internal pudendal artery from Goto-Kakizaki diabetic rats. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e40
Cacioppo, J.; Lin, P.; Gal, A.; Koo, Y.; Ko, C. 2013: Generation of Edn2-iCre transgenic mice. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e40
Trinder, S.L.; Shi-wen, X.; Abdi, B.A.; Denton, C.P.; Budd, D.C.; Abraham, D.J.; Holmes, A.M. 2013: The role of endothelin receptors (Etra/B) in fibrocyte differentiation. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e41
Baretella, O.; Chung, S.K.; Xu, A.; Vanhoutte, P.M. 2013: Improved relaxations to acetylcholine in murine carotid arteries with heterozygous overexpression of preproendothelin-1 in the endothelium. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e41
Cho, J.; Cacioppo, J.; Lin, P.; Ko, C. 2013: Effect of selective ablation of endothelin a receptor in the granulosa cells on the fertility. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e42
Compeer, M.G.; Meens, M.J.P.M.T./I.N.S.; ; Janssen, G.M.J./I.N.S.;;D.M.,J.G.R./I.N.S.;; Janssen, G.M.J./I.N.S.; ; DeMey, J.G.R./I.N.S.;; DeMey, J.G.R./I.N.S.; , 2013: Physiological and functional antagonism of arterial endothelin A receptor function. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e42
Chen, C.-M.; Chen, H.-L.; Weng, T.-Y.; Chen, W.; Tung, Y.-T. 2013: Purification different forms of extracellular superoxide dismutase and their effects on anti-hypertension through nitric oxide induction in spontaneous hypertension rats. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e43
Chen, H.-L.; Tung, Y.-T.; Kuo, G.; Chen, C.-M. 2013: Identification and characterization of novel antihypertensive peptides obtained from fermented milk. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e43
Kinoshita, H.; Dohi, Y.; Sata, R.; Kihara, Y. 2013: Detection of developing pulmonary vasculopathy with non-invasive cardiopulmonary exercise testing. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e44
Star, G.; Giovinazzo, M.; Langleben, D. 2013: Vascular endothelial growth factor (Vegf) and the control of endothelin-1 synthesis by human lung microvascular endothelial cells: A possible pathway for pathogenesis. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e44
Miyakawa, S.; Tanaka, S.; Goto, T.; Uchida, S.; Takeuchi, K.; Inui, N.; Yamada, H.; Namiki, N.; Watanabe, H. 2013: Short-term drug interaction of bosentan and sildenafil under the long-term use in patients with pulmonary arterial hypertension. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e45
Abe, K.; Kunita, M.; Hirooka, Y.; Kuwabara, Y.; Hirano, K.; Sunagawa, K. 2013: Chronic treatment with novel endothelin receptor antagonist macitentan improved severe pulmonary arterial hypertension in rats. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e45
Suyama, Y.; Kishimoto, M.; Shimizu, H.; Rokutanda, R.; Min, C.; Ohara, Y.; Haji, Y.; Yamaguchi, K.; Matsui, Y.; Okada, M. 2013: Real world experience in the Detect study for pulmonary artery hypertension associated with systemic sclerosis. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e46
Krisdinarti, L.; Anggrahini, D.W.; Hartopo, A.B.; Nugraheni, A.; Hariawan, H.; Taufiq, N.; Setianto, B.Y. 2013: Reduced circulating endothelin-1 Level in uncorrected Asd patients with severe pulmonary hypertension. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e46
Minamishima, T.; Satoh, T.; Kataoka, M.; Yoshino, H. 2013: Clinical effect of ambrisentan in pulmonary hypertension. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e47
Nishikawa, M.; Ueno, S.; Kario, K. 2013: Long-term advanced therapy with bosentan improves symptoms and the time to clinical worsening in the Japanese patients with inoperable chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e47
Van Tran, H.; Emoto, N.; Vignon-Zellweger, N.; Nakayama, K.; Yagi, K.; Suzuki, Y.; Hirata, K. 2013: Analysis of Et-1 system in mild and severe pulmonary arterial hypertension in mice. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e47
Kato, Y.; Fukaya, S.; Kurumizawa, M.; Takakuwa, Y.; Iwase, M.; Ozaki, Y.; Yoshida, S. 2013: Early detection of pulmonary arterial hypertension by the exercise echocardiography in patients with connective tissue diseases. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e48
Kuc, R.E.; Carlebur, M.; Maguire, J.J.; Yang, P.; Long, L.; Toshner, M.; Morrell, N.W.; Davenport, A.P. 2013: Why are endothelin antagonists effective in pulmonary arterial hypertension with right ventricular dysfunction?. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e48
Akagi, S.; Nakamura, K.; Ito, H. 2013: Endothelin-1 induces down-regulation of ip receptor in pulmonary artery smooth muscle cells obtained from patients with pulmonary arterial hypertension. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e48
Muraoka, H.; Hatano, M.; Fujino, T.; Minatsuki, S.; Imamura, T.; Inaba, T.; Maki, H.; Yao, A.; Kinugawa, K.; Komuro, I. 2013: Combination therapy of bosentan and ambrisentan for portopulmonary hypertension. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e49
Kogaki, S.; Takahashi, K.; Mihara, S.; Ishii, R.; Higeno, R.; Nawa, N.; Baden, H.; Ozono, K. 2013: Experience in combination therapy for portopulmonary hypertension in the young with intravenous epoprostenol and endothelin receptor antagonists. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e49
Coimbra, Joao Carlos; Pinto, Iraja Damiani; Wurdig, Norma Luiza; Do Carmo, Dermeval Aparecido 2013: Prognosis of sleep-disorder breathing for chronic heart failure and the effectiveness of nocturnal home oxygen therapy and continuous positive airway pressure. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e50
Ishii-Nozawa, R.; Kawabata, K.; Tomioka, Y.; Hazama, K.; Watanabe, M.; Kagaya, H. 2013: Detection of hydroxyl radical in isolated Goto-Kakizaki (Gk) rat arteries by trapping with 4-hydroxybenzoic acid. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e50
Oudiz, R. 2013: Endothelin receptor selectivity in patients with pulmonary arterial hypertension (Pah). Life Sciences 93(25-26): e51
Vaněčková, I.; Červenka, L.; Husková, Z.; Vaňourková, Z.; Vernerová, Z. 2013: Age-dependent antihypertensive and antiproteinuric effects of Eta receptor blockade in Ren-2 transgenic rats. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e51
DeMey, J.G.R./I.N.S.; ; Compeer, M.G.;V.,M.F.; Compeer, M.G.; Vrolijk, M.F. 2013: Good and bad news about single and dual biphenyl endothelin Eta and angiotensin At1 receptor antagonists. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e52
Vanhoutte, P.M. 2013: End o' the line revisited. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e53
Yamashita, J.K. 2013: Multiple and integrative approaches to cardiovascular diseases with stem cell technology. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e54
Kolettis, T.M. 2013: Endothelin in myocardial infarction. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e55
Tajiri, K.; Sakai, S.; Kimura, T.; Machino-Ohtsuka, T.; Wang, Z.; Sato, A.; Miyauchi, T.; Aonuma, K. 2013: Endothelin receptor antagonists exacerbate autoimmune myocarditis in mice. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e56
Kapsokalyvas, D.; Schiffers, P.M.H./I.N.S.; ; Maij, N.;H.,T.M.;S.,D.P.;vanZ.,M.A.M.J./I.N.S.;;D.M.; Maij, N.; Hackeng, T.M.; Suylen, D.P.; van Zandvoort, M.A.M.J./I.N.S.; ; DeMey, J.G.R./I.N.S.;; DeMey, J.G.R./I.N.S.; , 2013: Imaging of the binding of Et-1 and of linear Et-1 in rat mesenteric resistance arteries. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e56
Houde, M.; Semaan, W.; Desbiens, L.; You, Z.; Schwertani, A.G.; Pejler, G.; Takai, S.; D'Orléans-Juste, P. 2013: Mouse Mast Cell Protease-4-dependent production of Et-1 (1-31) and of plaque progression in an/Ins; Apolipoprotein E knock-out mouse model of spontaneous atherosclerosis. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e57
Cardillo, C. 2013: Role of endothelin in vascular dysfunction in human obesity and diabetes. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e60
Horinouchi, T.; Harada, T.; Higa, T.; Higashi, T.; Terada, K.; Hoshi, A.; Mai, Y.; Horiguchi, M.; Nepal, P.; Hatate, C.; Miwa, S. 2013: Molecular mechanism for suppression of insulin signaling by endothelin-1 in skeletal muscle cells. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e60
Widyantoro, B.; Hersunarti, N.; Rahajoe, A.U.; Harimurti, G.M. 2013: Plasma endothelin-1 level is associated with cardiac fibrosis and diastolic dysfunction in diabetes. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e61
Filgueira, F.P.; Lobato, N.S.; Lima, V.V.; Fortes, Z.B.; Carvalho, M.H.C.; Webb, R.C.; Tostes, R.C. 2013: Activation of Et-1-mediated Pkc-epsilon/Erk1/2 pathway contributes to the augmented contractile response in aorta from young obese rats. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e61
Tharaux, P.-L. 2013: The role of endothelin in glomerular diseases: Cellular culprits, cellular targets. Life Sciences 93(25-26): e5