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Anderson, P. L., & Clemens, I. (1999). A Report on the Demographics of Michigan's Urban Brownfield Communities. Lansing, MI: Anderson Economic Group.

Association of State and Territorial Solid Waste Management Officials. (1996). Survey of States on Institutional Controls at Federal Facilities. Washington, D.C: Author.

Austrian, Z., & Eichler, H. Urban Brownfields Site Survey: Preliminary Analysis. Cleveland: Cleveland State University, Levin College of Urban Affairs.

Bartsch, C. (Undated). Financing Brownfield Cleanup and Redevelopment. Washington, DC: Northeast-Midwest Institute.

Bartsch, C. (2003). Community Involvement in Brownfield Redevelopment. Washington, DC: Northeast-Midwest Institute.

Bartsch, C., & Anderson, C. (1998). Matrix of Brownfield Programs by State. Washington, DC: Northeast-Midwest Institute.

Bartsch, C., Anderson, C., & Dorfman, B. (1999). Brownfield Voluntary Cleanup Program Impacts: Reuse Benefits, State by State. Washington, DC: Northeast-Midwest Institute.

Bartsch, C., Andress, C., Seitzman, J., & Cooney, D. (1991). New Life For Old Buildings: Confronting Environmental and Economic Issues to Industrial Reuse. Washington, DC: Northeast-Midwest Institute.

Bartsch, C., Collaton, E., & Pepper, E. (1996). Coming Clean for Economic Development: A Resource Book on Environmental Cleanup and Economic Development Opportunities. Washington, DC: Northeast-Midwest Institute.

Bartsch, C., & Deane, R. (2002). Brownfields "State of the States": An End-of-Session Review of Initiatives and Program Impacts in the 50 States. Washington, DC: Northeast-Midwest Institute.

Bartsch, C., Deane R., & Wells, B. (2003). Promoting Brownfield Redevelopment in the 107th Congress: Summary of Federal Legislative Activity 2001-2002. Washington, DC: Northeast-Midwest Institute. Available at http://www.nemw.org/reports.htm#brownfields.

Bartsch, C., & Dorfman, B. (2000). Brownfields and Housing: How are State VCP's Encouraging Residential Development? Washington, DC: Northeast Midwest Institute. Available at http://www.nemw.org/reports.htm#brownfields.

Bartsch, C., & Dorfman, B. (2000). Brownfields "State of the States": An End-of-Session Review of Initiatives and Program Impacts in the 50 States. Washington, DC: Northeast-Midwest Institute.

Bartsch, C., & Dorfman, B. (2000). Guide to Federal Brownfield Programs. Washington, DC: Northeast-Midwest Institute.

Bartsch, C., & Wells, B. (2004). From Brownfields to Housing: Opportunities, Issues and Answers. Washington, DC: Northeast Midwest Institute. Available at http://www.nemw.org/reports.htm#brownfields.

Borak, D., & Meek, C. (1999). Putting the Pieces Together: Local Government Coordination of Brownfield Redevelopment. Washington, DC: International City/County Management Association.

Brachman, L. (2003). Three Case Studies on the Roles of Community-Based Organizations in Brownfields and Other Vacant Property Redevelopment: Barriers, Strategies and Key Success Factors. (WP03LB1). Cambridge, MA: Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.

Chilton, K. M. (1996). The Role of Economic Development Organizations in Brownfield Redevelopment: A Comparison of Pennsylvania and Oregon. (Center for Environmental Management Working Paper 96-5). Louisville, KY: University of Louisville.

Chudzik, J. S. (2001, September 24-26, 2001). Brownfields and the Teeter-Totter Principle. Paper presented at the Brownfields 2001, Chicago. available at http://www.brownfields2002.org/proceedings2001/CV-07-01.pdf, last accessed June 4, 2003

City of Milwaukee Department of City Development. (2004). Brownfields Redevelopment Site Inventory. Available at http://www.mkedcd.org/brownfields/bfsites.html (accessed November 5, 2004).

Clean Sites. (1992). Main Street Meets Superfund: Local Government Involvement at Superfund Hazardous Waste Sites. Alexandria, VA: Author.

Colorado State University and Development Research Partners. (Undated). Westwood Neighborhood Brownfield Redevelopment Opportunities: A Template for Evaluating Brownfield Site Potential. Washington, DC: US Department of Commerce, Economic Development Administration.

Council for Urban Economic Development. (1998). Brownfields Redevelopment Manual. Washington, DC: Author.

Council for Urban Economic Development. (1999). Brownfields Redevelopment: Performance Evaluation. Washington, DC: Author.

ECS and Council for Urban Economic Development. (2000). The ECS Land Reuse Report. Exton, Pennsylvania and Washington, DC: Author.

Environmental Law Institute. (1999). A Guidebook for Brownfield Property Owners. Washington, DC: Author.

Environmental Law Institute. (2002). An Analysis of State Superfund Programs: 50-State Study, 2001 Update. Washington, DC: Author.

Great Lakes Commission. (2001). Linking Brownfields Redevelopment and Greenfields Protection for Sustainable Development. Ann Arbor, MI: Author.

Harrington, A. J., & Marchick, D. M. (1998). A Wisconsin Brownfields Primer: An Overview of Wisconin Environmental Programs Impacting the Redevelopment of Contaminated Property. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Law School.

Hersh, R., & Wernstedt, K. (2003). The Brownfield Bargain: Negotiating Site Cleanup Policies in Wisconsin. (Paper 03-52). Washington, DC: Resources for the Future.

Hirschhorn, J. S. (2002). Brownfield Projects to Improve Public Health. Paper presented at the Brownfields 2002 Conference, Charlotte, NC. http://www.brownfields2002.org/proceedings2002/PDFS/BROWN2002.pdf

Horinko, M. L. (2003). Area-Wide Pilot Projects through the One Cleanup Program and the Land Revitalization Agenda, Memo from Marianne Lamont Horinko, EPA Assistant Administrator to EPA Regional Administrators.

Hutch, D. (2001). Brownfields, Market Efficiencies And Metropolitan Sprawl. Paper presented at the Brownfields 2002, Chicago. http://www.brownfields2002.org/proceedings2001/MOI-20-01.pdf, accessed May 7, 2003

ICF Consulting and the E.P Systems Group. (1999). Assessment of State Initiatives to Promote Redevelopment of Brownfields. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Office of Policy Development and Research.

International Economic Development Council. (2001). Converting Brownfields to Green Space. Washington, DC: International Economic Development Council.

Meyer, P. B. (1996). Pennsylvania Copes with its Past: One State's Efforts to Redevelop Urban Brownfields and Clean Up Contaminated Lands. (Center for Environmental Management Working Paper 96-4). Louisville, KY: University of Louisville.

Meyer, P. B. (1998). Accounting for Differential Neighborhood Economic Development Impacts in Site-Specific or Area-Based Approaches to Urban Brownfield Regeneration, Center for Environmental Management, University of Louisville Working Paper. Louisville, KY.

Meyer, P. B. (1999b). An Assessment of State Brownfield Initiatives. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Office of Policy Development and Research.

Meyer, P. B. (2000b). Approaches to Brownfield Regeneration: The Relative Value of Financial Incentives, Relaxed Mitigation Standards and Regulatory Certainty, Paper Presented at the Association of European Schools of Planning Conference. Brno, Czech Republic.

Meyer, P. B. (2000c). Looking at State Voluntary Cleanup Programs in Perspective: Liability Relief, Flexible Cleanup Standards and Institutional Controls as Forms of Economic Development Subsidies, Working Paper, Center for Environmental Policy and Management, University of Louisville. Louisville, KY.

Meyer, P. B. (2001a). Brownfields, Greenfields, and Open Fields: Making the Most of the Connections, Paper Presented at the Statewide Brownfields Conference, Indiana 2001 (Local Lessons Learned). Bloomington, Indiana.

Meyer, P. B. (2001c). Looking at State 'Smarth Growth' Efforts in Living Color: Can Brownfield Regeneration Really Protect Greenfields from Urbanization?, Paper Presented at the Urban Affairs Association Conference. Detroit.

Meyer, P. B., & Chilton, K. M. (1998). Environmental Insurance for Urban Redevelopment: A Feasibility Study. (Final Report submitted by The E.P. Systems Group, Inc). Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Office of Policy Development and Research.

Meyer, P. B., & VanLandingham, H. W. (2000). Reclamation and Economic Regeneration of Brownfields. (Reviews of Economic Development Literature and Practice No. 1). Washington, DC: U.S. Economic Development Administration.

Meyer, P. B., & Yount, K. R. (1999). Environmental Insurance and Public Sector Brownfields Programs: Factors Affecting Pursuit of Insurance as a Redevelopment Tool. (Project Report submitted by Northern Kentucky University and University of Louisville to the Office of Brownfield Cleanup and Redevelopment, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response, USEPA, available at http://www.epa.gov/swerosps/bf/pdf/meyeryou.pdf). Highland Heights, KY: Northern Kentucky University and University of Louisville.

Meyer, P. B., Yount, K. R., & Wernstedt, K. (2002). Brownfield Redevelopers' Perceptions of Environmental Insurance: An Appraisal and Review of Public Policy Options. (Working Paper WP02PM1, Available at http://www.lincolninst.edu/pubs/dl/664_meyer02web.pdf). Cambridge, MA: Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.

Michigan Department of Environmental Quality. (2002). 2002 Update of the Impact of the 1995 Part 201 Amendments on Cleanup and Redevelopment. Lansing, MI: Michigan Department of Environmental Quality.

Miller, T., Greenberg, M., Lowrie, K., Mayer, H., Lambiase, A., Novis, R., Ioannides, D., Meideros, S., & Trovato, A. (2000a). Addendum: Brownfields Redevelopment as a Tool for Smart Growth: Analysis of Twelve New Jersey Municipalities. (Addendum to Report 12 for the Office of State Planning). New Brunswick, NJ: National Center for Neighborhood and Brownfields Redevelopment, Rutgers University.

Miller, T., Greenberg, M., Lowrie, K., Mayer, H., Lambiase, A., Novis, R., Ioannides, D., Meideros, S., & Trovato, A. (2000b). Brownfields Redevelopment as a Tool for Smart Growth: Analysis of Nine New Jersey Municipalities. (Report 12 for the Office of State Planning). New Brunswick, NJ: National Center for Neighborhood and Brownfields Redevelopment, Rutgers University. Minnesota Pollution Control Agency. (2003). Brownfields to Green Space. (Cleanup/Brownsfields/#1.01.

MSA Professional Services. (1997). 1997 Brownfield Initiative Survey. Baraboo, WI: MSA Professional Services.

Persky, J., & Wiewel, W. (1996). Central City and Suburban Development: Who Pays and Who Benefits? Chicago: Great Cities Institute, University of Illinois at Chicago.

Probst, K. N., Fullerton, D., Litan, R. E., & Portney, P. R. (1995). Footing the Bill for Superfund Cleanups: Who Pays and How? Washington, DC: Brookings Institution and Resources for the Future.

Salcedo, R. N. (Undated). Toward and Area-Wide Approach to Redeveloping the Menomonee Valley. Milwaukee.

State of Wisconsin. (1999). Brownfields Study Group Final Report. (RR-615). Madison, WI: Department of Natural Resources.

Strayer, D. (1992, October 10). Brownfields Reuse Strategies. Paper presented at the Summary of the Proceedings of a Local Development Symposium on Brownfields Reuse Strategies, Cleveland, OH.

U.S. Conference of Mayors. (2000). Recycling America's Land: A National Report on Brownfields Redevelopment (Volume 3). Washington, DC: Author.

U.S. Conference of Mayors. (2003). Recycling America's Land: A National Report on Brownfields Redevelopment (Volume 4). Washington, DC: Author.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. (1991). Superfund, NPL Characterization Project: National Results. (EPA/540/8-91/069). Washington, DC: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. (1996). Potential Insurance Products for Brownfields Cleanup and Redevelopment: Survey Results of Insurance Industry Products Available for Transference of Risk at Potentially Contaminated Property. Springfield, VA: National Technical Information Service.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. (2001a). A Citizen's Guide to Monitored Natural Attenuation. (EPA 542-F-01-004). Washington, DC: United States Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. (2001b). Comparing Methodologies to Assess Transportation and Air Quality Impacts of Brownfields and Infill Development. (EPA-231-R-01-001). Washington, DC: USEPA, Development, Community, and Environment Division.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. (2003b). The Redevelopment Sector: Economic Engine and Environmental Opportunity. (231-R-03-003). Washington, DC: US Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Policy, Economics, and Innovation (to be released in 2004).

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. (2003c). Reusing Land and Restoring Hope: A Report to Stakeholders from the US EPA Brownfields Program. (EPA-500-03-231). Washington, DC: US Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response.

U.S. General Accounting Office. (1987). Superfund: Extent of Nation's Potential Hazardous Waste Problem Still Unknown. (GAO/RCED-88-44). Washington, DC: General Accounting Office.

U.S. General Accounting Office. (2000). Brownfields: Information on the Programs of EPA and Selected States. (GAO-01-52). Washington, DC: United States General Accounting Office.

Walker, C., Boxall, P., Bartsch, C., Collaton, E., Meyer, P., & Yount, K. (1998). The Impact of Environmental Hazards and Regulations on Urban Redevelopment. (Project Final Report submitted by The Urban Institute). Washington, DC: Office of Policy Development and Research, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Walzer, N., Duncan, S., & Sutton, L. (2001). Brownfields in Illinois Municipalities. Macomb, IL: Illinois Institute for Rural Affairs, Western Illinois University.

Wells, B., and Norfleet, T. (2003). The Role of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Brownfield Redevelopment. Washington, DC: Northeast Midwest Institute. Available at http://www.nemw.org/reports.htm#brownfields

Wernstedt, K. (2004b). Overview of Existing Studies on Community Impacts of Land Reuse. Paper presented at the RFF/EPA/Industrial Economics Workshop on Estimating Community Economic Impacts from the Reuse of Contaminated Properties, February 26, Washington, DC. At http://www.rff.org/rff/Events/

Wernstedt, K. (2004c). Overview of Existing Studies on Community Impacts of Land Reuse. (Working Paper 04-06). Washington, DC: U.S. EPA, National Center for Environmental Economics.

Wernstedt, K., Crooks, L., & Hersh, R. (2003). Brownfield Redevelopment in Wisconsin: A Survey of the Field. (Paper 03-54). Washington, DC: Resources for the Future.

Wernstedt, K., & Hersh, R. (2003a). Brownfield Redevelopment in Wisconsin: Program, Citywide, and Site-Level Studies. (Paper 03-53). Washington, DC: Resources for the Future.

White House Council on Environmental Quality. (2004). Over 1,000 to be Trained for Environmental Jobs in Brownfields Communities Nationwide. CEQ E-Notes, 2(13).

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. (2000). Liability Protection for Local Governmental Units and Economic Development Corporations. Madison: Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. (2002a). Brownfields and Comprehensive Planning. Madison: Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. (2002b). The Sustainable Urban Development (SUDZ) Program: How to Apply for Funding. Madison: Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.

XL International and International Economic Development Council. (2002). The XL Environmental Land Use Report 2002. Exton, PA and Washington, DC: Authors.

Yeager, J., & Meyer, P. B. (1994). Environmental Risks and Urban Regeneration: Regulation, Risk Perception and the Flight of Development Capital, Center for Environmental Management, University of Louisville Working Paper. Louisville, KY.

Yount, K. R. (2000). Environmental Insurance Products Available for Brownfield Redevelopment, 1999. (Project report submitted by Northern Kentucky University to the Office of Brownfield Cleanup and Redevelopment, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response, USEPA, available at http://www.epa.gov/swerosps/bf/pdf/insrep99.pdf). Highland Heights, KY: Northern Kentucky University.

Yount, K. R., & Meyer, P. B. (1998). Financing Small-Scale Urban Redevelopment Projects: A Sourcebook for Borrowers Reusing Environmentally Suspect Sites. (Project Final Report submitted by The E.P. Systems Group, Inc.). Washington, DC: U.S Environmental Protection Agency, Urban and Economic Development Division.

Yount, K. R., & Meyer, P. B. (1999b). Factors Affecting Municipal Pursuit of Environmental Insurance as a Brownfields Redevelopment Strategy. (Draft Project Report submitted by Northern Kentucky University and The E.P. Systems Group, Inc.). Washington, DC: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

Zhang, J., Fischbeck, P., & Small, M. (1998). Concerns and Priorities of Shareholders in Brownfield Decision Making. (Unpublished Report, The Brownfields Center). Pittsburgh: Carnegie Mellon University and The University of Pittsburgh.


 

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