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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.

Lauf, S, Haase, D, Seppelt, R, and Schwarz, N (2012).
Simulating demography and housing demand in an urban region under scenarios of growth and shrinkage
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, 39(2):229–246.

Schetke, S, Haase, D, and K\"otter, T (2012).
Towards sustainable settlement growth: A new multi-criteria assessment for implementing environmental targets into strategic urban planning
Environmental Impact Assessment Review, 32(1):195–210.

Strohbach, MW and Haase, D (2012).
Above-ground carbon storage by urban trees in Leipzig, Germany: Analysis of patterns in a European city
Landscape and Urban Planning, 104(1):95–104.

Strohbach, MW, Arnold, E, and Haase, D (2012).
The carbon footprint of urban green space—A life cycle approach
Landscape and Urban Planning, 104(2):220–229.

Vollrodt, S, Frühauf, M, Haase, D, and Strohbach, M (2012).
Das CO$_2$-Senkenpotential urbaner Gehölze im Kontext postwendezeitlicher Schrumpfungsprozesse
Hallesches Jahrbuch für Geowissenschaften, 34:71–96.

Alam, K, Qureshi, S, and Blaschke, T (2011).
Monitoring spatio-temporal aerosol patterns over Pakistan based on MODIS, TOMS and MISR satellite data and a HYSPLIT model
Atmospheric Environment (Elsevier, Ltd, 45(27):4641-4651.

Breuste, JH and Qureshi, S (2011).
Urban sustainability, urban ecology, and Society for Urban Ecology (SURE)
Urban Ecosystems (Springer, USA), 14(3):313-317.

Everaars, J, Strohbach, MW, Gruber, B, and Dormann, CF (2011).
Microsite conditions dominate habitat selection of the red mason bee (Osmia bicornis, Hymenoptera: Megachilidae) in an urban environment: A case study from Leipzig, Germany
Landscape and Urban Planning, 103(1):15–23.

Kabisch, N, Haase, D, and Verschiedene (2011).
Zeitschrift f\"ur amtliche Statistik
Miscellaneous publication.

Kroll, F and Kabisch, N (2011).
The Relation of Diverging Urban Growth Processes and Demographic Change along an Urban-Rural Gradient
Population, Space and Place.

Qureshi, S (2011).
Boundary crossing by transregional practice of governance to address sustainability issues
Landscape Ecology (Springer, the Netherlands), 26(3):455-456.

Qureshi, S (2011).
On the multidisciplinary perspectives to address environmental issues in a regional context
Landscape Ecology (Springer, the Netherlands), 26(6):891-892.

Rall, EL and Haase, D (2011).
Creative intervention in a dynamic city: A sustainability assessment of an interim use strategy for brownfields in Leipzig, Germany
Landscape and Urban Planning, 100(3):189–201.

Schwarz, N, Bauer, A, and Haase, D (2011).
Assessing climate impacts of planning policies—An estimation for the urban region of Leipzig (Germany)
Environmental Impact Assessment Review, 31(2):97–111.

Alam, K, Iqbal, MJ, Blaschke, T, Qureshi, S, and Khan, G (2010).
Monitoring the spatio-temporal variations in aerosols and aerosol-cloud interactions over Pakistan using MODIS data
Advances in Space Research (Elsevier, the Netherlands), 49(9):1162-1176.

Haase, D and Nuissl, H (2010).
Assessing the impacts of land use change on transforming regions
Journal of Land Use Science, 5(2):67–72.

Haase, D and Nuissl, H (2010).
The urban-to-rural gradient of land use change and impervious cover: a long-term trajectory for the city of Leipzig
Journal of Land Use Science, 5(2):123–141.

Kabisch, N, Haase, D, and Haase, A (2010).
Evolving Reurbanisation ? Spatio- temporal Dynamics as Exemplified by the East German City of Leipzig
Urban Studies, 47(5):967–990.

Kroll, F and Haase, D (2010).
Does demographic change affect land use patterns?
Land Use Policy, 27(3):726–737.

Pauleit, S, Breuste, J, Qureshi, S, and Sauerwein, M (2010).
Transformation of rural-urban cultural landscapes in Europe: Integrating approaches from ecological socio-economic and planning perspectives
Landscape Online (The official journal of IALE-D, Germany), 20:1-10.

Qureshi, S (2010).
Assessing the ecosystem services by urban forest structures in mega-city Karachi using a transdisciplinary framework for coupled human and natural systems
International Forestry Review (Commonwealth Forestry Association, UK, 12(5):415-416.

Qureshi, S (2010).
The fast growing megacity Karachi as a frontier of environmental challenges: Urbanization and contemporary urbanism issues
Journal of Geography and Regional Planning (Academic Journal Publishers), Volume, 3(11):306-321.

Qureshi, S and Breuste, JH (2010).
Prospects of biodiversity in the mega city Karachi, Pakistan: Potentials, constraints and implications
In: , pp. 497-517, Urban Biodiversity and Design - Implementing the Convention on Biological Diversity in Towns and Cities. Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford.

Qureshi, S, Breuste, JH, and Lindley, SJ (2010).
Green space functionality along an urban gradient in Karachi, Pakistan: A socio-ecological study
Human Ecology (Springer, USA), 38(2):283-294.

Qureshi, S, Kazmi, SJH, and Breuste, JH (2010).
Ecological disturbances due to high cutback in the green infrastructure of Karachi: Analyses of public perception about associated health problems
Urban Forestry and Urban Greening (Elsevier, Germany), 9(3):187-198.