Publications (project related) Prof. Dr. Harald Zepp

Zepp, H. (2018): Regional green belts in the Ruhr region. A planning concept revisited in view of eco-system services. – Erdkunde 72(1). 1-21. https://doi.org/10.3112/erdkunde.2018.01.01

Zepp, H., Inostroza, L. (2017): Ecosystem Services framework as a tool to assess environmental trade-offs and synergies. Presentation in Session B2 “Integrating ecosystem-based adaptation and ecosystem services into urban management strategies” (Proceedings of the 2017 Resilient Cities Congress, ICLEI, Bonn 4-6-May 2017. resilient-cities.iclei.org/fileadmin/sites/resilient-cities/files/Resilient_Cities_2017/Documents/RC2017_Zepp_et_al.pdf

Zepp, H., König, C., Kranl. J., Becker, M. Werth, B., Rathje, M. (2017): Implizite Berechnung der Grundwasserneubildung (RUBINFLUX) im instationären Grundwasserströmungsmodell SPRING. Eine neue Methodik für regionale, räumlich hochaufgelöste Anwendungen. – Grundwasser 22 (2): 113–126. [DOI: 10.1007/s00767-017-0354-3]

Zepp, H., Mizgajski, A., Meß, C., Zwierzchowska, I, (2016): A Preliminary Assessment of Urban Eco-system Services in Central European Urban Areas. A Methodological Outline with Examples from Bochum (Germany) and Poznań (Poland). - Berichte. Geographie und Landeskunde 90(1): 67-84.

Kasielke, T.; Zepp, H. (2016): Biomass plantations as a contribution to viable nature-based solutions in urban landscapes. Session: Urban biodiversity versus functional design of urban ecosystems? SURE (Society of Urban Ecology) World Congress 2016. Shanghai, 2016.

Meß, C.; Zepp, H. (2016): Ecosystems services outside of urban green areas? Session S7 - Urban ecosystem services and biological diversity. Universität der Vereinten Nationen (UNU-FLORES), Technische Universität Dresden und das Leibniz-Institut für ökologische Raumentwicklung Dresden (IÖR). Dresden, 2016.

Zepp, H. (2016): Are “nature based solutions” an answer to the deficits of the ecosystem services approach in urban landscapes? Session “Urban biodiversity versus functional design of urban ecosys-tems”. SURE (Society of Urban Ecology) World Congress. Shanghai, 2016.

Zepp, H. (2015): Landschaftsleistungen in urbanen Räumen. In: Geographie aktuell & Schule (213), S. 16–26.

Zepp, H.; Meß, C. (2015): Darstellung ausgewählter Ökosystemdienstleistungen im Planspiel des CultNature-Projekts. Abschlussbericht. Bochum.

 

Publications (project related) Dr. Luis Inostroza

Inostroza, L. (2018): The circularity of the urban ecosystem material productivity: the transformation of biomass into technomass in Southern Patagonia. Sustainable Cities and Society ELSEVIER

Inostroza, L., König, H. J., Pickard, B., Zhen, L. (2017): Putting ecosystem services into practice: Trade-off assessment tools, indicators and decision support systems. Ecosystem Services, 26(b), 303–305. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecoser.2017.07.004

Montoya-Tangarife, C., De La Barrera, F., Salazar, A., Inostroza, L. (2017): Monitoring the effects of land cover change on the supply of ecosystem services in an urban region: A study of Santiago-Valparaíso, Chile. PLoS ONE, 12(11). https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0188117

Mukul, S.A., Shawkat, M., Sohel, I., Herbohn, J., Inostroza, L., König, H.. (2017): Integrating ecosys-tem services supply potential from future land-use in protected area management: A Bangladesh study study. Ecosystem Services (in press). DOI: 10.1016/j.ecoser.2017.04.001

Palme, M., Villacreses, G., Inostroza, L., Lobato, A., Carrasco, C. (2017): From urban climate to en-ergy consumption. Enhancing building performance simulation by including the urban heat island ef-fect. Energy & Buildings (in press) DOI 10.1016/j.enbuild.2017.03.069

Zewdie W.; Inostroza L., (2017): Monitoring ecosystem dynamics in north western Ethiopia using NDVI and climate variables to assess long term trends in dryland vegetation variability. Applied Geo-graphy (in press). DOI 10.1016/j.apgeog.2016.12.019

Zimmermann E., Bracalenti L., Piacentini R., Inostroza L. (2016). Urban flood risk reduction by in-creasing green areas for adaptation to climate change. Procedia Engineering (ELSEVIER), Volume 161, 2016, Pages 2241–2246. DOI 10.1016/j.proeng.2016.08.822

La Rosa, D., Spyra, M. and Inostroza, L. (2016) Indicators of cultural ecosystem services for urban planning: a review. Ecological Indicators, 61, pp.74-89

Inostroza, L., Palme M., de la Barrera F. (2016): A heat vulnerability index: spatial indexes for expo-sure, sensitivity and adaptive capacity for Santiago de Chile. PLOS one. DOI 10.1371/journal.pone.0162464

Herbert, M., Wende, W., Mathey, J. Otto, A., Inostroza, L., Breuste, J., Artmann, M., Fürst, C., Spyra, M. (2015): Urban Ecosystem Services and Biological Diversity. In: United Nations University Institute for Integrated Management of Material Fluxes and of Resources (UNU-FLORES): Dresden Nexus Conference. State of the Nexus Approach 2015 - Management of Environmental Resources. Dresden: UNU-FLORES, 2015, S.40-42. DNC2015 Conference Report.

Fürst, C., Opdam, P., Inostroza, L., Luque, S. (2014): Evaluating the role of ecosystem services in participatory land use planning: proposing a balanced score card. Landscape Ecology, June, 1-12

Inostroza, L. (2014). Open spaces and urban ecosystem services. Cooling effect towards urban planning in South American cities. TeMA Journal of Land Use, Mobility and Environment, SI (June), pp.523–534.

 

Publications (project related) Prof. Dr. Carsten Jürgens

Jürgens, C., Keune, L., Mesic´, J., Myland, K., Tillmann, L. (2017): Veränderung der Bergbauflächen im Ruhrgebiet von 1972 bis heute.- In: Scharioth, J. & Schräpler, J.-P. (Ed.): Wege zur Metropole Ruhr - Heimat im Wandel.- Essen, S. 163-165

Jürgens, C., Redecker, A.P., Goebel, M., Moos, N. (2017): Multitemporale Luftbildanalyse ausgewähl-ter Standorte im Ruhrgebiet.- In: Scharioth, J. & Schräpler, J.-P. (Ed.): Wege zur Metropole Ruhr - Heimat im Wandel.- Essen, S. 23-24

Jilge, M., Heiden, U., Habermeyer, M., Mende, A., Jürgens, C. (2017): Detecting unknown artificial urban surface materials based on spectral dissimilarity analysis.- Sensors 2017, 17, 1826; doi:10.3390/s17081826

Jilge, M., Heiden, U., Habermeyer, M., Mende, A. & Jürgens, C. (2016): Identifying pure urban image spectra using a learning urban image spectral archive (LUISA).-/Proc. SPIE/ 10008, Remote Sensing Technologies and Applications in Urban Environments, 100080J (October 26, 2016); doi:10.1117/12.2241370

Henits, L., Jürgens, C., Mucsi, L.: (2016): Seasonal multitemporal land-cover classification and change detection analysis of Bochum, Germany, using multitemporal Landsat TM data, International Journal of Remote Sensing, DOI:10.1080/01431161.2015.1125558.

Schönert, M., Weichelt, H., Zillmann, E., Jürgens, C. (2014): Derivation of Tasseled Cap Coefficients for RapidEye data. In: Michel, U. Schulz, K. (Hg.): Earth Resources and Environmental Remote Sens-ing/GIS Applications V. Proc. SPIE 9245. spie.org/Publications/Proceedings/Paper/10.1117/12.2066842

Simons, M., Loos, G. H. & Jürgens, C. (2014): Vitalitätsbestimmung von Straßenbäumen mit Hilfe hyperspektraler CASI-Daten.- ProBaum 3/2014, p. 8-11

 

Publications (project related) Prof. Dr. Thomas Schmitt

Scholz, T., Hof, A., Schmitt, T. (2018): Cooling Effects and Regulating Ecosystem Services Provided by Urban Trees — Novel Analysis Approaches Using Urban Tree Cadastre Data. Sustainability 10 (3) 712. doi:10.3390/su10030712

Marks, J., Schmitt, T. (2017): Kreuzkröten gehen den „einfachen“ Weg. Die Eignung anthropogener Freizeitflächen als Lebensraum. Natur in NRW (4), S. 29-33.

Scholz, T., Hof, A., Schmitt, T. (2016): Modellierung ausgewählter Ökosystemleistungen von Stadt-bäumen auf Basis kommunaler Baumkatasterdaten. Berichte, Geographie und Landeskunde 90(2), S. 113-133.

Scholz, T. & Schmitt, T. (2016): Regenerative Energien in Westfalen. Geographisch-landeskundlicher Atlas von Westfalen, Lieferung 18, Doppelblatt 4. Münster, in press.

 

Publications (project related) Prof. Dr. Stefan Siedentop

ILS (2018): International vergleichende Stadtforschung. Eine Handreichung für die wissenschaftliche Praxis im ILS. Dortmund: ILS – Institut für Landes- und Stadtentwicklungsforschung.

Siedentop, S. (2018): Ursachen der Flächeninanspruchnahme in Deutschland – eine Zwischenbilanz. In: Behnisch, Martin, Kretschmer, Odette, Meinel, Gotthard (Hrsg.): Flächeninanspruchnahme in Deutschland. Auf dem Wege zu einem besseren Verständnis der Siedlungs- und Verkehrsflächenent-wicklung. Berlin, S. 45–55. doi: 10.1007/978-3-662-50305-8.

Brombach, K, Jessen, J., Siedentop, S., Zakrzewski, P. (2017): Demographic Patterns of Reurbanisa-tion and Housing in Metropolitan Regions in the US and Germany. In: Comparative Population Stu-dies. Zeitschrift für Bevölkerungswissenschaft, Jg. 42, S. 281–318. doi: 10.12765/CPoS-2017-16en.

Schmidt, S., Fina, S., Siedentop, S. (2017): How Effective are Regions in Determining Urban Spatial Patterns? Evidence from Germany. In: Journal of Urban Affairs, online first. doi:10.1080/07352166.2017.1360741.

Taubenböck, H., Standfuß, I., Wurm, M., Krehl, A.. Siedentop, S. (2017): Measuring morphological polycentricity - A comparative analysis of urban mass concentrations using remote sensing data. In: Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, Jg. 64, S. 42–56. doi:10.1016/j.compenvurbsys.2017.01.005

Siedentop, S., Fina, S., Krehl, A. (2016): Greenbelts in Germany's regional plans - an effective growth management policy? In: Landscape and Urban Planning, Vol.145 (1), pp. 71-82.

 

Publications (project related) Dr. Karsten Rusche

Reimer, M., Rusche, K. (2019): Green infrastructure under pressure. A global narrative between regional vision and local implementation. In: European Planning Studies, doi: 10.1080/09654313.2019.1591346

Rusche, K., Wilker, J. (2017): Green Infrastructure as a Planning Approach in the Context of Shrink-ing? In: Architecutal Institue of Japan (Hrsg.): Land Use Planning in City Shrinking Era: The Issue and Countermeasure for making Diverse Urban Space (Toshi-Shukusyo-Jidai no Tochi-Riyo-Keikaku: Tayou na Toshi-Kukan-Soushutsu e muketa Kadai to Taiousaku). Kyoto City, S. 199–206.

Reimer, M., Rusche, K. (2016): Green Infrastructure – an Important Element in Strategic Urban Plan-ning. In: IGLUS (Hrsg.): GIPC – Governance, Innovation and Performance in Cities. Jg. 2, H. 2, S. 6–9.

Wilker, J., Rusche, K., Benning, A., MacDonald, M., Blaen, P. (2016): Applying Ecosystem Benefit Valuation to Inform Quarry Restoration Planning. In: Ecosystem Services, Nr. 20, S. 44–55, online first. doi:10.1016/j.ecoser.2016.06.003

Wilker, J., Rusche, K., Rymsa-Fitschen, C. (2016): Improving Participation in Green Infrastructure Planning In: Planning Practice & Research, S. 1–22. doi: 10.1080/02697459.2016.1158065

Rusche, K., Wilker, J. (2015): Social, Economic and Ecological Benefits of Landscape Park Projects: Using Benefit Transfer to Assess Green Infrastructure Projects. In: Woltjer, J., Alexander, E., Hull, A., Ruth, M. (Hrsg.): Place-Based Evaluation for Integrated Land-Use Management, Farnham, UK, S. 57–74.

Wilker, J., Rusche, K., Rymsa-Fitschen, C. (2015): Stakeholder Participation in North-West Europe: Lessons Learnt from Green Infrastructure Case Studies. In: Schrenk, M., Popovich, V., Zeile, P., Elisei, P., Beyer, C. (Hrsg.): Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Urban Planning and Regional Development in the Information Society. REAL CORP 2015. Gent, Belgien, S. 883–888.

Rymsa-Fitschen, C., Rusche, K., Wilker, J. (2014): The Need for Participation in Green Infrastructure Planning – Evidence from North-West Europe. In: Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Hrsg.): Resilience – The New Research Frontier: Proceedings of the 20th International Sustainable Development Research Conference Trondheim 18-20 June 2014. Trondheim, S. 664–672.