Nadja Kabisch
Nadja Kabisch
Post Doc Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin; Helmholtz-Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ German
Verified email at ufz.de
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A quantitative review of urban ecosystem service assessments: concepts, models, and implementation
D Haase, N Larondelle, E Andersson, M Artmann, S Borgström, J Breuste, ...
Ambio 43 (4), 413-433, 2014
7262014
Nature-based solutions to climate change mitigation and adaptation in urban areas: perspectives on indicators, knowledge gaps, barriers, and opportunities for action
N Kabisch, N Frantzeskaki, S Pauleit, S Naumann, MK Davis, M Artmann, ...
Ecology and Society 21 (2), 2016
4942016
Green justice or just green? Provision of urban green spaces in Berlin, Germany
N Kabisch, D Haase
Landscape and urban planning 122, 129-139, 2014
4452014
Human–environment interactions in urban green spaces—A systematic review of contemporary issues and prospects for future research
N Kabisch, S Qureshi, D Haase
Environmental Impact Assessment Review 50, 25-34, 2015
3812015
A framework for assessing and implementing the co-benefits of nature-based solutions in urban areas
CM Raymond, N Frantzeskaki, N Kabisch, P Berry, M Breil, MR Nita, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 77, 15-24, 2017
3722017
Urban green space availability in European cities
N Kabisch, M Strohbach, D Haase, J Kronenberg
Ecological indicators 70, 586-596, 2016
2892016
Diversifying European agglomerations: Evidence of urban population trends for the 21st century
N Kabisch, D Haase
Population, space and place 17 (3), 236-253, 2011
2662011
Green spaces of European cities revisited for 1990–2006
N Kabisch, D Haase
Landscape and urban planning 110, 113-122, 2013
2552013
The uptake of the ecosystem services concept in planning discourses of European and American cities
R Hansen, N Frantzeskaki, T McPhearson, E Rall, N Kabisch, ...
Ecosystem Services 12, 228-246, 2015
2272015
Greening cities–To be socially inclusive? About the alleged paradox of society and ecology in cities
D Haase, S Kabisch, A Haase, E Andersson, E Banzhaf, F Baró, M Brenck, ...
Habitat International 64, 41-48, 2017
2252017
Ecosystem service implementation and governance challenges in urban green space planning—The case of Berlin, Germany
N Kabisch
Land use policy 42, 557-567, 2015
2202015
Nature-based solutions to climate change adaptation in urban areas: Linkages between science, policy and practice
N Kabisch, H Korn, J Stadler, A Bonn
Springer Nature, 2017
1792017
Designing a knowledge co-production operating space for urban environmental governance—Lessons from Rotterdam, Netherlands and Berlin, Germany
N Frantzeskaki, N Kabisch
Environmental Science & Policy 62, 90-98, 2016
1672016
Birds and the city: urban biodiversity, land use, and socioeconomics
MW Strohbach, D Haase, N Kabisch
Ecology and Society 14 (2), 2009
1662009
The health benefits of nature-based solutions to urbanization challenges for children and the elderly–A systematic review
N Kabisch, M van den Bosch, R Lafortezza
Environmental research 159, 362-373, 2017
1532017
Key insights for the future of urban ecosystem services research
P Kremer, Z Hamstead, D Haase, T McPhearson, N Frantzeskaki, ...
Ecology and Society 21 (2), 2016
1532016
Endless urban growth? On the mismatch of population, household and urban land area growth and its effects on the urban debate
D Haase, N Kabisch, A Haase
PloS one 8 (6), e66531, 2013
1322013
Actors and factors in land-use simulation: The challenge of urban shrinkage
D Haase, A Haase, N Kabisch, S Kabisch, D Rink
Environmental Modelling & Software 35, 92-103, 2012
1302012
An impact evaluation framework to support planning and evaluation of nature-based solutions projects. Report prepared by the EKLIPSE Expert Working Group on Nature-Based …
CM Raymond, M Breil, MR Nita, N Kabisch, M de Bel, V Enzi, ...
Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, 2017
1272017
Evolving reurbanisation? Spatio-temporal dynamics as exemplified by the East German city of Leipzig
N Kabisch, D Haase, A Haase
Urban Studies 47 (5), 967-990, 2010
1242010
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