3 AUGUST 2019
We’re excited to share new ways to protect remnant ecosystems in urban areas, including South-eastern Australia’s grass lands – Australia’s most endangered ecosystem – and more insights from our latest publications.
Bugnot AB, Hose GC, Walsh CJ, Floerl O, French K, Dafforn KA, Hanford J, Lowe EC, Hahs AK (2019) Urban impacts across realms: Making the case for inter-realm monitoring and management. Science of the Total Environment 648: 711-719
Frantzeskaki N, McPhearson T, Collier M, Kendal D, Dumitru A, Bulkeley H, Walsh C, Noble K, van Wyk E, Pinter L, Ordóñez C, Oke C, Elmqvist T (2019) Nature-based solutions for urban climate change adaptation: Linking the science, policy, and practice community for evidenced based decision-making. BioScience 69: 455–466
Marshall AJ, Williams NSG (2019) Communicating biophilic design: Start with the grasslands. Frontiers in Built Environment 5.
Ordóñez et al. (2019) Developing performance indicators for nature-based solution projects in urban areas: the case of trees in revitalized commercial spaces. Cities and the Environment (CATE), https://digitalcommons.lmu.edu/cate/vol12/iss1/1/
Soanes K, Sievers M, Chee YE, Williams NSG, Bhardwaj M, Marshall AJ, Parris KM (2019) Correcting common misconceptions to inspire conservation action in urban environments. Conservation Biology 33(2):300-306.
Somerville P, Farrell C, May P, and Livesley S (2019) Tree water use strategies and soil type determine growth responses to biochar and compost organic amendments. Soil and Tillage Research 192: 12-21 Zhang Z, Szota C, Fletcher TD, Williams NSG, Farrell C (2019) Green roof storage capacity can be more important than evapotranspiration for retention performance. Journal of Environmental Management 232:404-412.