n.  Toxic or poisonous quality, esp. in relation to its degree or strength.

Bargmann, Julie. "Cyclical Landscapes." 2019 NZILA Firth Conference, November 24, 2019. Youtube Video, 26:38.
Bargmann, Julie. "Metropolitan Transformations, Julie Bargmann, FAAR." The Cultural Landscape Foundation, February 1, 2012. Youtube Video, 26:18.

Dyer, Zach. "Episode 43: After the Flood." Outside/In, July 6, 2017. Audio, 23:49.
Small, Laura, Kevin Olp. "Mapping Environmental Justice: How Can You Use EPA’s EJSCREEN Tool?" Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI), May 19, 2016. Video, 59:47.
Spirn, Anne Whiston. The Buried River

Texts and other related media

Berger, Alan. Drosscape: Wasting Land Urban America. New York, NY: Princeton Architectural Press, 2006.
Gioielli, Robert. “Get the Lead Out: Environmental Politics in 1970s St. Louis.” Journal of Urban History 36, No. 4, 2010.
Lynch, Kevin and Michael Southworth. Wasting Away. San Francisco: Sierra Club Books, 1990.
McClintock, Nathan. “Assessing soil lead contamination at multiple scales in Oakland, California: Implications for urban agriculture and environmental justice.” Applied Geography 35, Iss. 1-2 (2012): 460-473.
Raver, Anne. “Where the Water Was” Landscape Architecture Magazine, October 2018.

Raver, Anne. “Where the Water Was.” Image. Landscape Architecture Magazine, October 2018.
Social Sciences Research Council Editors. "Understanding Katrina." Items: insight from the social sciences. June 11, 2006.

Spirn, Anne Whiston. “Reclaiming Common Ground: Water, Neighborhoods, and Public Spaces," in Robert Fishman, ed., The American Planning Tradition. Woodrow Wilson Press and Johns Hopkins University Press, 2000: xx.
Taylor, Dorceta. Toxic Communities: Environmental Racism, Industrial Pollution, and Residential Mobility. New York: New York University Press, 2014
Wendel, Delia Duong. "Imageability and Justice in Contemporary New Orleans." Journal of Urban Design: New Orleans and the Design Moment 14, no. 3 (2009): 345-75.
Wilson Center. “The American Planning Tradition: Culture and Policy.” Image. Wilson Center, 2000.