Reprint

Urban Ecosystem Services III

Edited by
September 2023
238 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-8747-9 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-8746-2 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Urban Ecosystem Services III that was published in

Business & Economics
Environmental & Earth Sciences
Summary

Learn the transformative power of nature in cities with the new reprint ‘Urban Ecosystem Services III’. Following two precedent Special Issues on urban ecosystem services, the editors recognised the necessity for additional research contributing to the literature on sustainable urban green development. As a response, this reprint comprises twelve chapters, including an editorial, ten original articles, and a review, selected from the Special Issue on Urban Ecosystem Services III by Land. Ideal for urban planners, architects, landscape architects, and decision-makers, this reprint provides new findings on ecosystem services in urban environments. The editors, Dr Russo and Dr Cirella, are worldwide experts in sustainable and green cities. They have dedicated their expertise to exploring the synergy between nature and cities. This reprint is meant to guide you through the path to greener, healthier, and resilient urban environments through the benefits of ecosystem services.

Format
  • Hardback
License
© by the authors
Keywords
food gardening; edible green infrastructure; Persian garden; socio-cultural guidelines; cultural landscape; urban ecosystem services; landscape architecture; urban green areas; green connectivity index; landscape services; urban spatial planning; cultural ecosystem services; freshwater features; urban protected area; Table Mountain National Park; Cape Town; Global South; urban internal system; scaling law; multiscale; urban science; process-based approach; transdisciplinary research; theoretical review; urban heat island mitigation; social–biophysical interaction; compositional and configurational heterogeneity; carbon fixation and oxygen release; plant communities; virtual reality; heart rate variability; landscape perception; urban ecosystem regulation services; vulnerability diagnosis; hotspot analysis; spatial combinations; urban planning; sustainable management; urban greenery; senile trees; monumental trees; Picus Sonic Tomograph 3; Picus TreeTronic; fluorometer; Sandomierz; Poland; urban forest; green infrastructures; i-Tree tool; life cycle assessment; ecosystem functions; nature shaped circularity; human-environment interactions; ecosystem services; education; habitat; bees; urban; peri-urban; garden; intent; pro-environmental behavior; green spaces; Bujumbura; peri-urbanization; anthropogenic disturbances; urban ecology; n/a