Lewis Gill
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Comprehending the multiple ‘values’ of green infrastructure–Valuing nature-based solutions for urban water management from multiple perspectives
TC Wild, J Henneberry, L Gill
Environmental research 158, 179-187, 2017
An analysis of usage of different types of visualisation media within a collaborative planning workshop environment
L Gill, E Lange, E Morgan, D Romano
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 40 (4), 742-754, 2013
Getting virtual 3D landscapes out of the lab
L Gill, E Lange
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 54, 356-362, 2015
Rapid prototyping of urban river corridors using 3D interactive, real-time graphics
E Morgan, L Gill, E Lange, D Romano
Peer Reviewed Proceedings of Digital Landscape Architecture 2010 at Anhalt …, 2009
Visualising landscapes
L Gill, E Lange
The Routledge companion to landscape studies, 511-522, 2018
Coupling real-time 3D landscape models with microclimate simulations
L Gill, EA Hathway, E Lange, E Morgan, D Romano
International Journal of E-Planning Research (IJEPR) 2 (1), 1-19, 2013
An interactive visual decision support tool for sustainable urban river corridor management
L Gill, V Kumar, E Lange, D Lerner, E Morgan, D Romano, E Shaw
Proceedings of iEMSs 2010, 2010
Integrating bird survey data into real time 3d visual and aural simulations
E Morgan, L Gill, E Lange, M Dallimer
Peer Reviewed Proceedings of Digital Landscape Architecture, 278-285, 2012
Using 3D virtual GeoDesigns for exploring the economic value of alternative green infrastructure options
S Hehl-Lange, L Gill, J Henneberry, B Keskin, E LANGE, IC Mell, ...
Digital Landscape Architecture, 273-280, 2012
A 3D landscape information model
L Gill
University of Sheffield, 2013
Does it help? Testing the usefulness of a tool to aid Integrated Catchment Management
EA Shaw, V Kumar, L Gill, E Lange, DN Lerner
Procedia Environmental Sciences 13, 797-806, 2012
Interactive 3D landscape assessment models
L Gill, E Lange, E Morgan, D Romano
Towards the end of the twentieth century the availability of desktop computers allowed digital techniques of landscape visualization to become more pervasive in presenting and
L Gill, E Lange
The Routledge Companion to Landscape Studies, 417, 2013
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