Her primary areas of study are Environmental resource management, Ecosystem services, Urban planning, Urban ecosystem and Land use. Her Environmental resource management research includes elements of Conceptual framework, Land management, Scale and Land-use planning. The study incorporates disciplines such as Land cover and Recreation in addition to Ecosystem services.
Her research in Urban planning intersects with topics in Landscape planning, Green infrastructure, Environmental planning and Goods and services. Her work in Environmental planning tackles topics such as Sustainability which are related to areas like Interim. Dagmar Haase combines subjects such as Regional science, Water balance, Flood myth and Environmental protection with her study of Land use.
Her primary scientific interests are in Ecosystem services, Environmental planning, Environmental resource management, Urban planning and Land use. Her study looks at the relationship between Ecosystem services and fields such as Green infrastructure, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. Her Environmental planning research incorporates themes from Urbanization, Climate change, Sustainability and Environmental protection.
The Landscape planning research she does as part of her general Environmental resource management study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Supply and demand, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. The concepts of her Urban planning study are interwoven with issues in Urban ecology and Land-use planning. Her Land use study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Urban climate, Regional science and Regional planning.
Dagmar Haase mainly investigates Environmental planning, Ecosystem services, Urban planning, Urbanization and Green infrastructure. Her Environmental planning study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Climate change, Urban ecosystem and Land-use planning. Her studies deal with areas such as Land use, Remote sensing, Urban ecology, Landscape ecology and Boundary as well as Ecosystem services.
As a member of one scientific family, Dagmar Haase mostly works in the field of Landscape ecology, focusing on Urban geography and, on occasion, Environmental resource management. Her Urban planning study combines topics in areas such as Hazard, Socioeconomic status and Questionnaire. Her Green infrastructure research incorporates elements of Biodiversity, Wetland, Urban sprawl and Sustainable development.
Her main research concerns Urban planning, Sustainable development, Ecosystem services, Green infrastructure and Environmental planning. She has included themes like Remote sensing, Remote sensing and Infill in her Urban planning study. Dagmar Haase performs multidisciplinary studies into Ecosystem services and Systematic review in her work.
She has researched Green infrastructure in several fields, including Regional science, Recreation and Geographical distance. Her research integrates issues of Sustainability studies, Urbanization, Urban ecosystem, Green roof and Lawn in her study of Environmental planning. Dagmar Haase interconnects Land use and Environmental resource management in the investigation of issues within Neighbourhood character.
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A Quantitative Review of Urban Ecosystem Service Assessments: Concepts, Models, and Implementation
Dagmar Haase;Neele Larondelle;Erik Andersson;Martina Artmann.
AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment (2014)
Urban land teleconnections and sustainability
Karen C. Seto;Anette Reenberg;Christopher G. Boone;Michail Fragkias.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2012)
The science, policy and practice of nature-based solutions : An interdisciplinary perspective
Carsten Nesshöver;Timo Assmuth;Katherine N. Irvine;Graciela M. Rusch.
Science of The Total Environment (2017)
Nature-based solutions to climate change mitigation and adaptation in urban areas: perspectives on indicators, knowledge gaps, barriers, and opportunities for action
Nadja Kabisch;Niki Frantzeskaki;Stephan Pauleit;Sandra Naumann.
Ecology and Society (2016)
Green justice or just green? Provision of urban green spaces in Berlin, Germany
Nadja Kabisch;Nadja Kabisch;Dagmar Haase;Dagmar Haase.
Landscape and Urban Planning (2014)
Rural-urban gradient analysis of ecosystem services supply and demand dynamics
Franziska Kroll;Felix Müller;Dagmar Haase;Dagmar Haase;Nicola Fohrer.
Land Use Policy (2012)
Ecosystem properties, potentials and services – The EPPS conceptual framework and an urban application example
Olaf Bastian;Dagmar Haase;Karsten Grunewald.
Ecological Indicators (2012)
A multicriteria approach for flood risk mapping exemplified at the Mulde river, Germany
Volker Meyer;Sebastian Scheuer;Dagmar Haase.
Natural Hazards (2009)
Human–environment interactions in urban green spaces — A systematic review of contemporary issues and prospects for future research
Nadja Kabisch;Nadja Kabisch;Salman Qureshi;Salman Qureshi;Dagmar Haase;Dagmar Haase.
Environmental Impact Assessment Review (2015)
Loess in Europe—its spatial distribution based on a European Loess Map, scale 1:2,500,000
D. Haase;J. Fink;G. Haase;R. Ruske.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2007)
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