K. Crossney, K. Lowrie, H. Mayer, and M. Greenberg. “From the ground up: growing our local capacity for brownfield redevelopment.” New Jersey Municipalities. 84, 9, 2007, 64-65.
M. Greenberg and K. Crossney. “Perceived neighborhood quality in the United States: measuring outdoor, housing and jurisdictional influences.” Socio-Economic Planning Sciences, 41, 181-194, 2007.
M. Greenberg, K. Lowrie, J. Burger, C. Powers, M. Gochfeld, and H. Mayer. “Nuclear Waste and Public Worries: Public Perceptions of the United States Major Nuclear Weapons Legacy Sites.” Human Ecology Review, 14(1), 2007, 1-12. (lead)
M. Greenberg, H. Coleman, H. Mayer, and K. Crossney. “Property Taxes and Residents’ Housing Choices: A Case Study of Middlesex County, New Jersey.” Housing Policy Debate, 17(3), 2006, 571-594 (copy received in 2007).
M. Greenberg, M. Lahr, and N. Mantell. Understanding the economic costs and benefits of catastrophes and their aftermath: a review and suggestions for the US federal government. Risk Analysis. 27 (1), 2007, 83-96. Abstract: The number and magnitude of devastating natural and human events make it imperative that we actively and systematically estimate the costs and benefits […]
M. Greenberg, N. Mantell, M. Lahr, F. Felder, and R. Zimmerman, Short and intermediate economic impact of a terrorist-initiated loss of electric power: case study of New Jersey, Energy Policy, 35, 2007, 722-733.
J. Sennick, J. Sherry, C. Andrews, and M. Greenberg. “Go green for better buildings.” New Jersey Municipalities, 83(6), 2006, 78-79.
M. Greenberg and J. Hollander. “Neighborhood Stigma Twenty Year Later: Revisiting Superfund Sites in Suburban New Jersey.” The Appraisal Journal. Spring 2006, 161-173.
M. Greenberg and J. Hollander. “The EPA’s brownfield pilot program as a worthwhile federalist environmental innovation.” American Journal of Public Health, 96 (2), 2006, 277-281.
M. Greenberg. “Extreme makeovers: The challenge of the largest brownfields.” New Jersey Municipalities. Vol. 82(8), 2005, 108-110.
M. Greenberg, R. Lane, J. Zupan, and J. Renne. “Physical activity and use of suburban train stations: an exploratory analysis.” Journal of Public Transportation. 8(3), 2005, 89-116.
M. Greenberg and L. Issa. “Measuring the success of the Federal government’s brownfields program.” Remediation, vol. 15 (3), 2005, 83-94.
C. Danis, L. Solitare, M. Greenberg, and H. Mayer. “Using a geographic information system (GIS) to help shape redevelopment of small urban centers.” in W. Wiewel and G-J Knaap, eds. Partnerships for Smart Growth, Cambridge, MA: Lincoln Land Institute, 2005, 83-94.
M. Greenberg and J. Renne. “Where does walkability matter the most? An environmental justice interpretation of New Jersey data.” Journal of Urban Health, vol 82(1), 2005, 90-100.
M. Greenberg, H. Mayer, and J. Faass. “Building coalitions in support of city-wide brownfield redevelopment: the perspectives of three New Jersey mayors” New Jersey Municipalities, 82(1), 2005, 28-35.
M. Greenberg. “Was 1992-2000 the best of times for American urban neighborhoods?” The Geographical Review, 93(1), 2003, 81-96. Abstract: A survey of about 400 New Jersey residents was conducted in zoo1 in order to determine whether people believed that their home neighborhood benefited during the unprecedented economic boom of the 1990s. In this analysis of public […]
M. Greenberg, H. Mayer, K.T. Miller, R. Hordon, and D. Knee. “Reestablishing public health and land use planning to protect public water supplies.” American Journal of Public Health, 93(9), 2003, 1522-1526.
M. Greenberg. “Individual-oriented and neighborhood protecting health actions: The critical role of environmental education seeking behavior.” The Environmentalist, 23 (2), 2003, 159-173. Abstract: A relationship between individual health-oriented actions and neighborhood civic activities is proposed, as is a relationship between these behaviors and a personality that seeks information from multiple sources. The proposed relationship was tested […]
M. Greenberg, D. Downton, and H. Mayer. “Are mothballed brownfields sites a major problem?”Public Management, 85(5), 2003, 12-17.
M. Greenberg. “Reversing urban decay: brownfield redevelopment and environmental health.”Environmental Health Perspectives. vol. 111 (2), 2003, 74-75.
M. Greenberg. “Brownfields.” vol. 1, p. 139, “Environmental justice.” vol. 2, p. 384-385, in L. Breslow,Encyclopedia of Public Health, New York, Macmillan, 2002.
K. Lowrie, M. Greenberg, and D. Knee. “Turning brownfields into ballfields.” New Jersey Municipalities, 79 (6), 2002, 608 (lead article).
L. Solitare and M. Greenberg. “Is the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency brownfield assessment pilot program environmentally just?” Environmental Health Perspectives, 110 (suppl. 2), 2002, April, 249-257.
M. Greenberg. “Should housing be built on former brownfield sites?” American Journal of Public Health, 92 (5), 2002, 703-704.
H. Mayer, M. Greenberg, R. Hordon, D. Knee, K. T. Miller, and C. Danis. “Environmental impact of reducing sprawl effects through urban redevelopment and growth controls: a case study of central New Jersey, Report 14 of National Center for Neighborhood and Brownfields Redevelopment.” final project report to U.S. EPA, Development, Community and Environment Division, February 2002.
The New Jersey Industrial Survey Project N.J.A.C.7:1F 1979-1982 Final Report, 1986, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, prepared by Edward Stevenson, Project Manager; Randy England; Jeanne Herb; Rosemarie Tuccillo; Thomas Burke, Office of Science and Research New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Trenton, New Jersey.
Pathways to State Pollution Prevention Regulatory Integration: The SPRINT Compendium, Tellus Institute, 1998, Herb, J.; White, A; Helms, S.
Making Environmental Public Reporting a Foundation for Regulatory Reform, Prepared for a publication of the World Resources Institute by Tellus Institute, 1999. Herb, J.; White. A.; Helms, S.
The National Environmental Performance Partnership System: Making Good on Its Promise? Prepared for the National Academy of Public Administration. 2000. Stoughton, M.; Herb, J.; Sullivan, J.; White, A.
Beyond Experiments, Prepared for the National Academy of Public Administration by Tellus Institute, 2000. Crow, M.; Herb, J.; Stoughton, M.; Sullivan, J. Companion article: Beyond Experiments. The Environmental Forum. May/June 2000, Crow, Michael, Herb, Jeanne.
Towards Integrated Approaches to Compliance Assurance, Prepared for the National Academy of Public Administration by Tellus Institute, 2001, Crow, Michael; Herb, Jeanne; Stoughton, Mark; Sullivan, Jennifer. Companion article: Towards Integrated Approaches to Compliance Assurance. Environmental Law Reporter, November 2001 (31 ELR 11266, issue 11), Stoughton, Mark; Herb, Jeanne; Sullivan, Jennifer; Crow, Michael.
M. Greenberg. “Elements and test of a theory of neighborhood civic participation.” Human Ecology Review, 8, 2, 2001, 40-51.
H. Mayer and M. Greenberg. “Coming back from economic despair: case studies of small and medium-size American places.” Economic Development Quarterly, vol. 15 (3), 2001, 205-216.
M. Greenberg, K. Lowrie, H. Mayer, K.T. Miller, and L. Solitare. “Brownfield redevelopment as a smart growth option in the United States.” The Environmentalist. 21(2), 2001, 129-143.
M. Greenberg, H. Mayer, K.T. Miller, R. Hordon, and D. Knee. “Environmental impact of reducing sprawl effects through urban redevelopment and growth controls. A case study of Central New Jersey.” Interim report to U.S. EPA, New Brunswick, NJ: National Center for Neighborhood and Brownfields Redevelopment, April 2001.
K.T. Miller, M. Greenberg, K. Lowrie, and H. Mayer. “Brownfield redevelopment fights sprawl.” New Jersey Municipalities. 78(3) 2001, 26-29.
M. Greenberg, K.T. Miller, K. Lowrie, and H. Mayer. “Surveying the land: brownfields in medium-sized and small communities.” Public Manager, vol 83 (1), 2001, 18-23.
M. Greenberg and MJ Lewis. “Brownfields redevelopment, preferences, and public involvement: a case study of an ethnically mixed neighborhood.” Urban Studies, 37 (13), 2000, 2501-2514.
M. Greenberg. “Grassroots leadership, personality, and neighborhood environments, a case study of New Jersey.” Human Ecology Review, vol. 7(2), Winter 2000, 21-29.
M. Greenberg. “Brownfields focus makes idle urban sites an investment opportunity.” NJPRO, September 2000.
M. Greenberg. “Balancing apples and oranges: factors to consider in brownfields remediation.” pp. 115-123, in NACCHO, Community Revitalization and Public Health, Washington, D.C.: NACCHO & ATSDR, 2000.
M. Greenberg and L. Osafo. “Secular and faith-based organizations as reliable information sources for residents of environmentally stressed neighborhoods.” Local Environment, 5,(2), 2000, 171-189.
M. Greenberg, K. Lowrie, L. Solitare, and L. Duncan. “Brownfields, TOADS, and the struggle for neighborhood redevelopment: a case study of the State of New Jersey.” Urban Affairs Review, 35 (5), 2000, 717-733.
M. Greenberg, D. Simon, H. Mayer, and K. Lowrie. “Internet technology as an aid in brownfields redevelopment.” Journal of Urban Technology, 7(3), 2000, 19-31 (copy received in 2001).
M. Greenberg. “Improving neighborhood quality: a hierarchy of needs.” Housing Policy Debate, 10 (3), 1999, 601-624.
M. Greenberg. Restoring America’s Neighborhoods: How Local People Make a Difference. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, October 1999.
M. Greenberg and K. Lowrie. “Brownfields and the mass media.” Urban Land, July 1999, vol 58, 10, 13
M. Greenberg, C. Lee, and C. Powers. “Brownfields and public health: Reviving the past to protect the future.” American Journal of Public Health, vol. 88, 1998, 1759-1760; reprinted in NACCHO, Community Revitalization and Public Health, Washington, D.C., NACCHO and ATSDR, 2000, 63-66.
M. Greenberg, D. Schneider, M. Northridge, and M. Ganz. “Region of birth and African American diets: the Harlem household survey.” American Journal of Public Health, 88, 1998, 1199-1202. See also comment by A. Morabia, S. Beer-Borst, and S. Herchberg, p. 1153.
M. Greenberg. “Understanding the civic activities of residents of inner city neighborhoods: two case studies.” Urban Geography vol. 19, 1998, 68-76.
M. Greenberg. “Age, perception, and neighborhood quality: an empirical test.” Human Ecology Review, vol. 5 (2), 1998, 10-18 (copy received in 1999).