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Wehner, B. A. Forests Commission, Victoria. Research Branch.
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Publication Date(s) 
1984
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Wehner, B. A. Forests Commission, Victoria. Research Branch.
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Publication Date(s) 
1984
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Morris, J. D. (James David). Wehner, B. A. Victoria. Department of Conservation, Forests and Lands. Victoria. Lands and Forests Division.
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1987
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McGregor, B. A. author.
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1977
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Werner, August Bernhard compiler.
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1970
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B. B. Brown and C. M. Werner.
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Transit-oriented development (TOD) has been shown to be socially desirable for a variety of reasons, such as convenience, but little is known about the physical benefits it provides to individuals. A survey carried out on residents of a revitalising, mixed-use, Salt Lake City neighborhood near a light rail line asked about their behaviors and attitudes, classifying them into three groups: nonriders; new riders, who reported recent rail rides only after the stop opened; and continuing riders, who reported recent rail rides both before and after the new stop opened. Participants wore accelerometers and completed surveys during two different time periods, one before and one after a new light rail stop opened in their neighborhood. Adjusted for income and employment, obesity was higher among nonriders (65%) than new riders (26%) and continuing riders (15%). Continuing riders had, on average, the largest number of moderate physical activity bouts, and reported the highest place attachment, the greatest neighborhood satisfaction, the most favorable attitudes toward transit-oriented development, took the fewest car rides, and had the least pro-suburban attitudes.
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Werner, R A. Baker, B H. Rush, P A.
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Publication Date(s) 
1977
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Greenough, Julee A. Kurz, Werner Alexander, 1958- Canada-British Columbia Partnership Agreement on Forest Resource Development: FRDA II. Canadian Forest Service. Forest Renewal BC.
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1996
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Kang, Manjit S.
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2003
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