RESEARCH

Selected Publications 

 

Book Chapter

"Raise Your Own Sea Level." In Design as Democracy: Techniques for Collective Creativity. Island Press: Washington, D.C.: 239-244.

Refereed Journal Articles

P. K. Maeda; V. Chanse; A. Rockler; H. Montas; A. Shirmohammadi; S. Wilson; P. T. Leisnham. 2018. Linking Stormwater Best Management Practices to Social Factors in Two Suburban Watersheds. PLOS ONE. Accepted for publication.

Renkenberger, J., Montas, H. J., Leisnham, P. T., Chanse, V., Shirmohammadi, A., Sadeghi, A., Brubaker, K., Rockler, A., Hutson, T., and Lansing, D. (2017) Effectiveness of best management practices with changing climate in a Maryland watershed. Transactions of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers, 60(3): 769-782.

Chanse, V., A. Mohamed, S. Wilson, L. Dalemarre, P. T. Leisnham, A. Rockler, A. Shirmohammadi, and H. Montas. (2017) New approaches to facilitate learning from youth: Exploring the use of Photovoice in identifying local watershed issues. Journal of Environmental Education 48(2): 109-120.

Wang, Y., Montas, H. J., Brubaker, K. L., Leisnham, P. T., Shirmohammadi, A., Chanse, V., & Rockler, A. K. (2017). A Diagnostic Decision Support System for BMP Selection in Small Urban Watershed. Water Resources Management, 31(5), 1649-1664.

Chanse, V. (2016) Engaging Stakeholders in the Sea Level Rise Design Process. The International Journal of Climate Change: Impacts and Responses 8(3):81-88.

Wang, Y., Montas, H. J., Brubaker, K. L., Leisnham, P. T., Shirmohammadi, A., Chanse, V., & Rockler, A. K. (2016) Impact of Spatial Discretization of Hydrologic Models on Spatial Distribution of Nonpoint Source Pollution Hotspots. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 21(12), 04016047.

Renkenberger, J., Montas, H. J., Leisnham, P. T., Chanse, V., Shirmohammadi, A., Sadeghi, A., Brubaker, K., Rockler, A., Hutson, T., and Lansing, D. (2016) Effectiveness of best management practices with changing climate in a Maryland watershed. Climate change impact on critical source area identification in a Maryland watershed, 59(6): 1803-1819.

Murray, R., S. Wilson, L. Dalemarre, V. Chanse, J. Phoenix; and L. Baranoff., (2015) Should We Put Our Feet in the Water? Use of a Survey to Assess Recreational Exposures to Contaminants in the Anacostia River, Environmental Health Insights, 9(Suppl 2), 19-27.

Thering, S. with V. Chanse, (2011) The Scholarship of Transdisciplinary Action Research: Toward a New Paradigm for the Planning and Design Professions, Landscape Journal, (co-guest editors),Introduction to the themed issue on Transdisciplinary Action Research from the co-guest editors, 30(1): v-vii

Chanse, V., (2011) Contexts and Complexities: A Case Study in Evolving Participatory Watershed Stewardship, Landscape Journal, 30(1): 121-132.

Peer-reviewed Case Study Projects 

Note: The following case studies are a part of the Landscape Performance Series Study Briefs by the Landscape Architecture Foundation. The process consisted of authors submitting a case study in accordance with the Landscape Architecture’s guidelines and requirements. Each case study underwent a double-blind peer reviewed process.

Salazar, J. and Chanse, V. Landscape Performance Case Study: The Avenue (Washington, D.C.) http://landscapeperformance.org/case-study-briefs/the-avenue

Salazar, J. and Chanse, V. Landscape Performance Case Study: Case Study: Central Wharf Plaza (Boston, MA) http://landscapeperformance.org/case-study-briefs/central-wharf-plaza

Salazar, J. and Chanse, V. Landscape Performance Case Study: Case Study: Castiglion del Bosco http://landscapeperformance.org/case-study-briefs/castiglion-del-bosco

Selected Refereed Conference Proceedings for the Sand River Headwaters Green Infrastructure Project (Aiken, SC)

Calabria, Jon, D. R. Hitchcock, C. B. Sawyer, B. J. Putman, C. T. Johnson, G. W. Eidson, and V. Chanse. Evaluating Bioretention Planting in the Sand Hills Case Study. 2012. South Carolina Water Resources Conference: Exploring Opportunities for Collaborative Water Research, Policy and Management. October 10-11, 2012 (Columbia, SC).

Sawyer, Calvin, D. R. Hitchcock, B. J. Putman, C. T. , G. W., J. Calabria, V. Chanse. 2012. Using Green Infrastructure for Improved Urban Surface Water Hydrology. October 10-11, 2012 (Columbia, SC).

Chanse, V.; Eidson, Gene; Putman, Brad; Sawyer, Cal; and Jon Calabria "Watershed Education and Service Learning: Cross-Disciplinary and Multi- Scale Approaches to Teaching" 2010 South Carolina Water Resources Conference (October 14th, 2010: Columbia, SC). In: Eidson, Gene W., and Calvin B. Sawyer (ed.), Proceedings of the 2010 South Carolina Water Resources Conference.

Eidson, Gene; Sawyer, Cal; Hitchcock, D.R.; Calabria, J.; Putman, B.; Chanse, V.; Post, C.; Hallstrom, J.O.; White, D. L.; Esswein, S.T.; Bellamy, C.; Shealy, R. 2010. “Sand River Headwaters Green Infrastructure Project, City of Aiken, South Carolina: A Collaborative Team Approach to Implementing Green Infrastructure Practices.” 2010 South Carolina Water Resources Conference (October 14th, 2010: Columbia, SC). In: Eidson, Gene W., and Calvin B. Sawyer (ed.), Proceedings of the 2010 South Carolina Water Resources Conference.

Chanse, V. 2008. Private Property, Public Resource, Public Problem: The Role of Participation in Developing Innovative Stormwater Management Approaches in Aiken, SC. Proceedings of the 2008 South Carolina Water Resources Conference (North Charleston, SC).

Design Workshop/Charrette Reports & Technical Reports

  1. Eidson, Gene; Chanse, Victoria; Sawyer, Calvin; Cooke**, Erin. 2008. Sand River Preferred Restoration Alternative (February 9, 2009). Clemson University Center for Watershed Excellence. Clemson University Project #2096199 funded by the City of Aiken, South Carolina. Contribution: Structured and led the public outreach components of four public workshops to develop a river restoration alternative for the Sand River in Aiken, SC.

  2. Chanse, Victoria (Instructor); Ezell**, Monica; Childers**, Meghan; Fields**, Meika; Hale**, Joshua; Hoelscher**, Sean; Houck**, Claudia; Kong**, Ye; Moldenhauer**, Matt; Morgan**, Leigh; Shepherd**, Olivia; Caprio*, Steve; Cooke**, Erin; Hance*, Brad; Shealey**, Kevin; Xu**, Richard; Wyatt*, Barton; Uysal*, Melis. 2008. Stromboli Corridor Charrette Report. Contribution: Project conception and development, development of document structure and editing. This report was referred to in the follow-up meetings by LAMC when they hired design firm EDAW/AECOM to do the public outreach and design in North Charleston.

  3. B.D. Galvin-Wortham (Instructor); Tretault, Al (Instructor); Victoria Chanse (Instructor); Michelle Lamprakos (Instructor); Aroom**, Kameron; Bloomfield**, Patrick; Clarkwest**, Zoe; Cottingham**, Carroll; Kelley**, Joyce; Lueg**, Rebecca; Mbeng**, Gilbert; Otaibi**, Sarina; Oppenheim**, Matt; Prest**, Margaret; Schiszek**, Lauren; Stone**, Adam; Wattleworth**, Colin; Walter**, Eric; Xing**, Wei. 2011. Market Square: Bladensburg, Maryland. Volume I: Where Heritage, Design, and Development Converge. University of Maryland; Volume II: Appendices. University of Maryland. Volume III: Real Estate Development Proposals. University of Maryland. Contribution: Taught and advised the landscape architecture component of this interdisciplinary project (landscape architecture, historic preservation, and real estate development.

  4. Chanse, Victoria (Instructor); Kevin Adams**; Kevin Avram*; Kate Connelly*; Paul Drummond*; Zac LeMel*; Francine Lieberman*; Michael McGrain*; Donal Oldaker*; Daniel Ryan*; Charly Williams*; Stephanie Winnicki*; and Emily Yandoli*. 2011. A Connections: Sustainably Linking Forest Heights, MD. (Studio Report for LARC471 Community Design Studio Class for the Neighborhood Design Center and Forest Heights). Contribution:  Taught and mentored this project. Doctoral student Kevin Adams and I compiled the report that included editing student statements, framing the overall sustainability approach of the class project, and documenting the community design process.

  5. Chanse, Victoria (Instructor); Abraham**, Risa; Ashmun**, Sarah; Busa**, Matt; Carter**, Emilie; Cui**, Mingyu; Kendrick**, Laura; Li**, Wenjie;  Patrick**, Nicholas; Thum**, Erica; Watling**, Sarah. 2012. Long Wharf Park Design Brief for the City of Cambridge, MD. October 2012. Contribution: Taught and mentored this project. MLA Student Laura Kendrick and I did the final editing.

  6. Sand River Headwaters Green Infrastructure Project. February 2013. Report prepared by Clemson University’s Institute of Applied Ecology / Center for Watershed Excellence. Report prepared for the City of Aiken, SC. (Please note: I was no longer with Clemson University after summer 2010, nor part of preparing this report. However, I was one of the project partners and is listed as such in the 113-page report on page 13).

  7. Chanse, Victoria (Instructor) and Quiros, Luis Diego (Instructor). 2013. Design and Planning in the Face of Sea Level Change and Stormwater Issues on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. Compiled report of student sea level design investigations in Dorchester County, MD and in Oxford, MD 2011-2013. Classes involved: LARC748 (2011, 2013); ARCH 403. Research collaborators Architecture Professor Luis Diego Quiros and doctoral student Kevin Adams. Spring 2012 ARCH403 (2012) Sections (Architecture Professors Ronit Eisenbach, Isaac S Williams, and Michael Stanton). Report layout designed by B.Arch student Sadie Dempsey.

  8. 2016, Akerlof, K. et al. Perceptions of Community Resilience: A Maryland Community Pilot Study. Fairfax, VA: Center for Climate Change Communication, George Mason University.

  9. 2017, Chanse, V.; Myers, D.; Reinstein, J., & Ren, J. (2017) RiverSmart Homes Rain Garden Maintenance Study: University of Maryland Technical Report to the Landscape Architecture Foundation & Urban Ecosystem Restorations. University of Maryland. College Park, MD.​

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