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Diana Marina Camargo, Paula Camila Ramírez, Vanesa Quiroga, Paola Ríos, Rogério César Férmino, and Olga L. Sarmiento

-use, preferences of park features, and physical activity among city residents varying in socioeconomic status . 2014 . . Accessed November 21, 2017. 29. Floyd MF , Spengler JO , Maddock JE , Gobster PH

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Estela Farías-Torbidoni, Demir Barić, and Sebastià Mas-Alòs

park features and the mission of the agency managing the park 14 because variation of activities rather than walking may not be suitable due to park regulations. Several research studies and governmental reports provide a broad range of possibilities for park managers targeting different determinants

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Claudia O. Alberico, J. Aaron Hipp, and Rodrigo S. Reis

in urban public parks . Health Place . 2012 ; 18 ( 1 ): 39 – 45 . doi:10.1016/j.healthplace.2011.09.008 10.1016/j.healthplace.2011.09.008 22243905 10. Kaczynski AT , Besenyi GM , Stanis SAW , et al . Are park proximity and park features related to park use and park-based physical activity

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Richard R. Suminski, Gregory M. Dominick, Philip Saponaro, Elizabeth M. Orsega-Smith, Eric Plautz, and Matthew Saponaro

conclusion, the in-person SOPARC and computer vision analysis of park videos captured with a WVD during in-person SOPARC observations, provide very similar counts of individuals across a wide array of park features. Total counts for both tended to deviate from our criterion which could be an issue if large

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Gina M. Besenyi, Emi B. Hayashi, and Richard W. Christiana

. PubMed ID: 26062039 10.3390/ijerph120606455 26062039 16. Kaczynski AT , Besenyi GM , Wilhelm Stanis SA , et al . Are park proximity and park features related to park use and park-based physical activity among adults? Variations by multiple socio-demographic characteristics . Int J Behav Nutr

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Andrea Richardson, Bing Han, Stephanie Williamson, and Deborah Cohen

in parks in a nationally representative sample of urban parks in 25 cities across the United States. 17 To answer the research questions of this study, we combined quantitative data collected from park managers with objectively observed park features and systematically observed park use. We used

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Christoph Buck, Anca Bolbos, and Sven Schneider

: 16814197 doi:10.1016/j.healthplace.2005.02.009 10.1016/j.healthplace.2005.02.009 16814197 36. Edwards N , Hooper P , Knuiman M , Foster S , Giles-Corti B . Associations between park features and adolescent park use for physical activity . Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act . 2015 ; 12 : 21

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park density and physical activity was present only when examining context-specific physical activity, future research should further examine the relationship between parks and objectively-assessed physical activity using multi-sensor devices. Park Features and Physical Activity Among Low-Income and