Stephan Pauleit mainly investigates Environmental resource management, Urban planning, Environmental planning, Green infrastructure and Urban ecosystem. His Environmental resource management research incorporates elements of Species diversity and Ecosystem services. Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Surface runoff under Urban planning, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Water cycle, Water resource management and Rainwater harvesting.
His Environmental planning study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Conceptual framework, Land cover, Land use, Environmental protection and Sustainability. Stephan Pauleit interconnects Urban climate, Ecology and Tree planting in the investigation of issues within Green infrastructure. His Urban ecosystem research incorporates themes from Urban tree and Urban forest.
His primary areas of investigation include Environmental planning, Green infrastructure, Environmental resource management, Urban planning and Ecosystem services. His Environmental planning study combines topics in areas such as Urban climate, Urbanization, Urban ecosystem, Environmental protection and Climate change. His Green infrastructure research integrates issues from Thermal comfort, Ecology and Urban ecology.
His work carried out in the field of Environmental resource management brings together such families of science as Climate change mitigation, River restoration, Sustainability and Land use. His Land use research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Biodiversity and Water resource management. His Urban planning research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Population growth, Surface runoff and Urban area.
Stephan Pauleit mainly investigates Green infrastructure, Environmental planning, Urbanization, Ecosystem services and Urban planning. The Green infrastructure study combines topics in areas such as Urban agriculture, Thermal comfort and Participatory action research. The study of Environmental planning is intertwined with the study of Management system in a number of ways.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Climate change, Sustainability and Environmental resource management in addition to Ecosystem services. Stephan Pauleit combines subjects such as Climate change adaptation and Landscape pattern with his study of Environmental resource management. His Urban planning study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Regional science, Surface runoff, Sustainable development and Water resource management.
His primary scientific interests are in Green infrastructure, Environmental planning, Ecosystem services, Tilia cordata and Agronomy. His Green infrastructure research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Self-governance and Urban ecology. His research brings together the fields of Ecology and Environmental planning.
He has researched Ecosystem services in several fields, including Population growth, Climate change, Management system and Urban planning. His Climate change research includes themes of Greening, Thermal comfort, Agricultural engineering and Thermal energy storage. His research ties Regional science and Urban planning together.
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Adapting cities for climate change: the role of the green infrastructure.
Susannah E. Gill;John F. Handley;Adrian Roland Ennos;Stephan Pauleit.
Built Environment (2007)
A Quantitative Review of Urban Ecosystem Service Assessments: Concepts, Models, and Implementation
Dagmar Haase;Neele Larondelle;Erik Andersson;Martina Artmann.
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.
Modeling the environmental impacts of urban land use and land cover change—a study in Merseyside, UK
Stephan Pauleit;Roland Ennos;Yvonne Golding.
Landscape and Urban Planning (2005)
Assessing the environmental performance of land cover types for urban planning
Stephan Pauleit;Friedrich Duhme.
Landscape and Urban Planning (2000)
From Multifunctionality to Multiple Ecosystem Services? A Conceptual Framework for Multifunctionality in Green Infrastructure Planning for Urban Areas
Rieke Hansen;Stephan Pauleit.
AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment (2014)
Benefits and uses of urban forests and trees
Liisa Tyrväinen;Stephan Pauleit;Klaus Seeland;Sjerp de Vries.
Urban forests and trees; a reference book (2005)
Towards an integrated understanding of green space in the European built environment
P. James;K. Tzoulas;M. D. Adams;A. Barber.
Greening cities – To be socially inclusive?: About the alleged paradox of society and ecology in cities
Dagmar Haase;Dagmar Haase;Sigrun Kabisch;Annegret Haase;Erik Andersson.
Characterising the urban environment of UK cities and towns: A template for landscape planning
Susannah E. Gill;John F. Handley;A. Roland Ennos;Stephan Pauleit.
Landscape and Urban Planning (2008)
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