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- De Meulder, Bruno, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Landscape and urban planning 2019 v.187 pp. 81-95
- decision making; empirical research; green infrastructure; landscapes; leadership; participation (behavior); planning; public services and goods; river deltas; rivers; rural areas; stakeholders; tourists; transportation; urban areas; urbanization; walking; China
- ... The modern greenway movement in China originated in 2010 when Guangdong Provincial Government launched the Pearl River Delta greenway network. The PRD greenway planning has strategic objectives that respond to issues associated with urbanization in the region. This article presents a conceptual framework that explains the potential impact of several key factors in the planning context on the strat ...
- Baur, Bruno, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Landscape and urban planning 2014 v.132 pp. 111-120
- anthropogenic activities; environmental factors; habitats; humans; introduced species; land use change; landscapes; plant communities; principal component analysis; species diversity; steppes; urbanization; Kazakhstan; Siberia
- ... Plant communities respond sensitively to urban expansion and therefore serve as indicators for human land use. An urban–rural gradient approach was used to examine changes in plant species composition and abundance related to human-altered habitats in the Western Siberian city of Pavlodar (Kazakhstan). This region is characterized by harsh continental environmental conditions and recent anthropoge ...