Eric Nost
Eric Nost
Department of Geography, Environment and Geomatics, University of Guelph
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Scaling-up local foods: Commodity practice in community supported agriculture (CSA)
E Nost
Journal of rural studies 34, 152-160, 2014
The power of place: Tourism development in Costa Rica
E Nost
Tourism Geographies 15 (1), 88-106, 2013
Undisciplining environmental justice research with visual storytelling
SA Moore, RE Roth, H Rosenfeld, E Nost, K Vincent, MR Arefin, ...
Geoforum 102, 267-277, 2019
Improving spatial decision making using interactive maps: An empirical study on interface complexity and decision complexity in the North American hazardous waste trade
K Vincent, RE Roth, SA Moore, Q Huang, N Lally, CM Sack, E Nost, ...
Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science 46 (9), 1706-1723, 2019
Practicing Environmental Data Justice: From DataRescue to Data Together
D Walker, E Nost, A Lemelin, R Lave, L Dillon
Geo: Geography and Environment 5 (2), e00061, 2018
HazMatMapper: an online and interactive geographic visualization tool for exploring transnational flows of hazardous waste and environmental justice
E Nost, H Rosenfeld, K Vincent, SA Moore, RE Roth
Journal of Maps 13 (1), 14-23, 2017
Performing nature's value: software and the making of Oregon's ecosystem services markets
E Nost
Environment and Planning A 47 (12), 2573-2590, 2015
Changing the Digital Climate
T Rinberg, M Anjur-Dietrich, M Beck, A Bergman, J Derry, L Dillon, ...
How Climate Change Web Content is Being Censored Under the Trump Administration, 2018
Climate services for whom? The political economics of contextualizing climate data in Louisiana’s coastal Master Plan
E Nost
Climatic Change 157 (1), 27-42, 2019
Whose geography? Which publics?
JW Crampton, J Bowen, D Cockayne, B Cook, E Nost, L Shade, L Sharp, ...
Dialogues in Human Geography 3 (1), 73-76, 2013
Undermining methodological nationalism: Cosmopolitan analysis and visualization of the North American hazardous waste trade
SA Moore, H Rosenfeld, E Nost, K Vincent, RE Roth
Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space 50 (8), 1558-1579, 2018
Hazardous aesthetics: A “merely interesting” toxic tour of waste management data
H Rosenfeld, S Moore, E Nost, RE Roth, K Vincent
GeoHumanities 4 (1), 262-281, 2018
Short-term rentals as digitally-mediated tourism gentrification: impacts on housing in New Orleans
D Robertson, C Oliver, E Nost
Tourism Geographies, 1-24, 2020
Learning in Crisis: Training Students to Monitor and Address Irresponsible Knowledge Construction by US Federal Agencies under Trump
C Tirrell, L Senier, SA Wylie, C Alder, G Poudrier, J DiValli, M Beck, ...
Engaging Science, Technology, and Society 6, 81-93, 2020
Q-method and the performance of subjectivity: reflections from a survey of US stream restoration practitioners
E Nost, M Robertson, R Lave
Geoforum 105, 23-31, 2019
Barriers and opportunities for breast cancer organizations to focus on environmental health and disease prevention: a mixed-methods approach using website analyses, interviews …
JL Ohayon, E Nost, K Silk, M Rakoff, JG Brody
Environmental Health 19 (1), 1-15, 2020
Explaining change and fostering accountability in digital environmental governance
E Nost, G Gehrke, G Poudrier, A Lemelin, M Beck, S Wylie
SocArXiv, 2020
Infrastructuring “data-driven” environmental governance in Louisiana’s coastal restoration plan
E Nost
Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space, 2514848620909727, 2020
Making federal government science websites publicly accessible and accountable: findings and recommendations of The Environmental Data and Governance Initiative
MW Beck, GE Gehrke, G Poudrier, R Brackett, E Nost, A Paz
AGUFM 2019, PA33B-05, 2019
Programming Adaptation: How Modeling Informs Environmental Policy in Louisiana's Coastal Master Plan
E Nost
The University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2018
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