Stephanie Pincetl focuses on Environmental planning, Environmental resource management, Sustainability, Urban metabolism and Urban planning. Her work on Urban forestry as part of general Environmental planning study is frequently connected to Tree, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. Her research integrates issues of Carbon footprint, Climate change and Ecosystem services in her study of Environmental resource management.
Her study looks at the relationship between Sustainability and fields such as Urban density, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. Her Urban metabolism study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Urbanization, Gross domestic product, Megacity and Per capita. Her research brings together the fields of Greenhouse gas and Urban planning.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Environmental planning, Environmental resource management, Ecology, Sustainability and Water supply. Her Environmental planning research integrates issues from Economic growth, Urban density, Integrated water resources management, Greenhouse gas and Tree planting. In her articles, Stephanie Pincetl combines various disciplines, including Environmental resource management and Metropolitan area.
Her research in Sustainability intersects with topics in Energy consumption and Urban metabolism. Her Urban metabolism study incorporates themes from Industrial ecology, Sustainable city and Policy analysis. Her Water supply research also works with subjects such as
Stephanie Pincetl mainly investigates Ecology, Metropolitan area, Ecology, Environmental economics and Natural resource economics. The concepts of her Ecology study are interwoven with issues in Transformation processes and Land use. Her study in the field of Plant diversity and Urban ecosystem is also linked to topics like Functional type and Conceptual model.
While the research belongs to areas of Urban ecology, Stephanie Pincetl spends her time largely on the problem of Tree planting, intersecting her research to questions surrounding Sustainability. Her research links Stormwater with Environmental planning. Stephanie Pincetl focuses mostly in the field of Agricultural economics, narrowing it down to matters related to Water conservation and, in some cases, Environmental resource management.
Agricultural economics, Water conservation, Population growth, Climate change and Metropolitan area are her primary areas of study. Her Agricultural economics research includes elements of Sampling and Residential energy, Efficient energy use. Her Water conservation study combines topics in areas such as Water use, Alvar and Urban water management.
Her studies in Population growth integrate themes in fields like Distributed generation and Environmental economics. Climate change is integrated with Stock, Electricity demand, Population forecast, Peak demand and Cooling load in her study. Metropolitan area is intertwined with Water district, Artificial turf, Environmental resource management, Land cover and Incentive in her research.
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The study of urban metabolism and its applications to urban planning and design.
C. Kennedy;S. Pincetl;P. Bunje.
Coupling biogeochemical cycles in urban environments: ecosystem services, green solutions, and misconceptions
Diane E. Pataki;Margaret M. Carreiro;Jennifer Cherrier;Nancy E. Grulke.
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment (2011)
Linking ecology and economics for ecosystem management
Stephen Farber;Robert Costanza;Daniel L. Childers;Jon Erickson.
Energy and material flows of megacities
Christopher A. Kennedy;Iain Stewart;Angelo Facchini;Igor Cersosimo.
An expanded urban metabolism method: Toward a systems approach for assessing urban energy processes and causes
Stephanie Pincetl;Paul Bunje;Tisha Holmes.
Landscape and Urban Planning (2012)
Trees Grow on Money: Urban Tree Canopy Cover and Environmental Justice
Kirsten Schwarz;Michail Fragkias;Christopher Boone;Weiqi Zhou.
PLOS ONE (2015)
Transpiration of urban forests in the Los Angeles metropolitan area
Diane E. Pataki;Heather R. McCarthy;Elizaveta Litvak;Stephanie Pincetl.
Ecological Applications (2011)
Transforming California: A Political History of Land Use and Development
Stephanie Sabine Pincetl.
The Reinvention of Public Green Space
Stephanie Pincetl;Elizabeth Gearin.
Urban Geography (2005)
Urban tree planting programs, function or fashion? Los Angeles and urban tree planting campaigns
Stephanie Pincetl;Thomas Gillespie;Diane E. Pataki;Sassan Saatchi.
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