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Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät - Landschaftsökologie


Dieses Verzeichnis enthält folgenden Referenzen zu Publikationen (sortiert nach Erscheinungsjahr und Autor):

Es befinden sich 92 Einträge in diesem Literaturverzeichnis.

Lausch, A, Blaschke, T, Haase, D, Herzog, F, Syrbe, R, Tischendorf, L, and Walz, U (2015).
Understanding and quantifying landscape structure – A review on relevant process characteristics, data models and landscape metrics
Ecological Modelling, 295(0):31 - 41.

Andersson, E, McPhearson, T, Kremer, P, Gomez-Baggethun, E, Haase, D, Tuvendal, M, and Wurster, D (2014).
Scale and context dependence of ecosystem service providing units
Ecosystem Services(0):-.

Arnold, E, Strohbach, MW, and Warren, PS (2014).
Allergenic Potential of Street Trees in Boston, Massachusetts
In: Human-Environmental Interactions in Cities: Challenges and Opportunities of Urban Land Use Planning and Green Infrastructure, ed. by Kabisch, Nadja and Larondelle, Neele and Reeve, Angela and Artmann, Martina, pp. 115–141, Cambridge Scholars.

Danford, RS, Cheng, C, Strohbach, MW, Ryan, R, Nicolson, C, and Warren, PS (2014).
What Does It Take to Achieve Equitable Urban Tree Canopy Distribution? A Boston Case Study.
Cities and the Environment (CATE), 7.

Haase, D, Frantzeskaki, N, and Elmqvist, T (2014).
Ecosystem services in urban landscapes: practical applications and governance implications.
Ambio, 43(4):407–12.

Haase, D, Haase, A, and Rink, D (2014).
Conceptualizing the nexus between urban shrinkage and ecosystem services
Landscape and Urban Planning, 132(0):159 - 169.

Haase, D, Larondelle, N, Andersson, E, Artmann, M, Borgström, S, Breuste, J, Gomez-Baggethun, E, Gren, A, Hamstead, Z, Hansen, R, Kabisch, N, Kremer, P, Langemeyer, J, Rall, EL, McPhearson, T, Pauleit, S, Qureshi, S, Schwarz, N, Voigt, A, Wurster, D, and Elmqvist, T (2014).
A quantitative review of urban ecosystem service assessments: concepts, models, and implementation.
Ambio, 43(4):413–33.

Kabisch, N and Haase, D (2014).
Green justice or just green? Provision of urban green spaces in Berlin, Germany
Landscape and Urban Planning, 122:129–139.

Kabisch, N, Larondelle, N, and Artmann, M (2014).
Urban Ecosystem Services in Berlin , Germany and Salzburg, Austria: Climate Regulation and Recreation function
In: Human-Environmental Interactions in Cities - Challenges and Opportunities of urban land use planning and green infrastructure, ed. by Kabisch, Nadja and Larondelle, Neele and Artmann, Martina, chap. 4, pp. 66–80, Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Kabisch, N, Larondelle, N, Reeve, A, and Artmann, M (2014).
Human-Environmental Interactions in Cities - Challenges and Opportunities of urban land use planning and green infrastructure
Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Cambridge.

Karim, Z, Qureshi, BA, Mumtaz, M, and Qureshi, S (2014).
Heavy metal content in urban soils as an indicator of anthropogenic and natural influences on landscape of Karachi-A multivariate spatio-temporal analysis
Ecological Indicators (Elsevier Science Ltd, 42:20-31.

Larondelle, N, Haase, D, and Kabisch, N (2014).
Mapping the diversity of regulating ecosystem services in European cities
Global Environmental Change, 26:119–129.

Lauf, S, Haase, D, and Kleinschmit, B (2014).
Linkages between ecosystem services provisioning, urban growth and shrinkage – A modeling approach assessing ecosystem service trade-offs
Ecological Indicators, 42:73–94.

Li, Y, Shi, Y, Qureshi, S, Bruns, A, Ai, J, and Zhu, X (2014).
Applying the concept of spatial resilience to socio-ecological systems in the urban-wetland interface
Ecological Indicators, 42:135-146.

Mascarenhas, A, Ramos, TB, Haase, D, and Santos, R (2014).
Integration of ecosystem services in spatial planning: a survey on regional planners’ views
Landscape Ecology.

Nilsson, K, Nielsen, T, and Aalbers, C (2014).
Strategies for Sustainable Urban Development and Urban-Rural Linkages
European Journal of Spatial Development(March):1–26.

Qureshi, S and Haase, D (2014).
Compact, eco-, hybrid or teleconnected? Novel aspects of urban ecological research seeking compatible solutions to socio-ecological complexities
Ecological Indicators, 42:1–5.

Qureshi, S and Haase, D(E (2014).
Special Issue: Contemporary concepts and novel methods fostering indicator-based approaches in urban ecological studies
Ecological Indicators (Elsevier Ltd, 42:1-159.

Qureshi, S and Haase, D(E (2014).
Special Issue: Urban Landscapes - From Patterns to Processes
Ecological Processes, USA.

Qureshi, S, Haase, D, and Coles, R (2014).
The Theorized Urban Gradient (TUG) method - a conceptual framework for socio-ecological sampling in complex urban agglomerations
Ecological Indicators, 36:100-110.

Shaikh, S, Kami, JH, and Qureshi, S (2014).
Monitoring the diversity of malaria and dengue vector in Karachi: studying variation of genera and subgenera of mosquitoes under different ecological conditions
Ecological Processes (SpringerOpen), 3(1):12.

Shanahan, DF, Strohbach, MW, Warren, PS, and Fuller, RA (2014).
The challenges of urban living
In: Avian Urban Ecology, ed. by Gil, Diego and Brumm, Henrik, Oxford University Press.

Strohbach, MW, Hrycyna, A, and Warren, PS (2014).
150 years of changes in bird life in Cambridge, Massachusetts from 1860 to 2012
The Wilson Journal of Ornithology, 126(2):192–206.

Strohbach, MW, Warren, PS, and Peterson, MN (2014).
Urban Wildlife Science in Coupled Human–Natural Systems
In: Urban Wildlife: Theory and Practice, ed. by Robert A. McCleery and Christopher E. Moorman and M. Nils Peterson, pp. 33–53, Springer US.

Voigt, A, Kabisch, N, Wurster, D, Haase, D, and Breuste, J (2014).
Structural Diversity: A Multi-dimensional Approach to Assess Recreational Services in Urban Parks.
Ambio, 43(4):480–91.