Landscape and Urban Planning

Papers
(The TQCC of Landscape and Urban Planning is 21. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
Street view imagery in urban analytics and GIS: A review229
Back to nature: Norwegians sustain increased recreational use of urban green space months after the COVID-19 outbreak161
Analyzing the effects of Green View Index of neighborhood streets on walking time using Google Street View and deep learning156
Green Apartheid: Urban green infrastructure remains unequally distributed across income and race geographies in South Africa153
Urban agriculture — A necessary pathway towards urban resilience and global sustainability?153
The role of perceived public and private green space in subjective health and wellbeing during and after the first peak of the COVID-19 outbreak151
Which communities have better accessibility to green space? An investigation into environmental inequality using big data145
Understanding the use of urban green spaces from user-generated geographic information124
Built environment, urban vitality and social cohesion: Do vibrant neighborhoods foster strong communities?120
Remote sensing in urban planning: Contributions towards ecologically sound policies?119
How to effectively mitigate urban heat island effect? A perspective of waterbody patch size threshold119
Parks and safety: a comparative study of green space access and inequity in five US cities112
Integrating spatial continuous wavelet transform and kernel density estimation to identify ecological corridors in megacities105
A review of green infrastructure research in Europe: Challenges and opportunities104
Effects of urban parks on residents’ expressed happiness before and during the COVID-19 pandemic104
A systematic map of research exploring the effect of greenspace on mental health103
Spending time in the garden is positively associated with health and wellbeing: Results from a national survey in England102
Spatial correlation between the changes of ecosystem service supply and demand: An ecological zoning approach102
A ‘green’ chameleon: Exploring the many disciplinary definitions, goals, and forms of “green infrastructure”97
A performance-based planning approach integrating supply and demand of urban ecosystem services92
Effects of building density on land surface temperature in China: Spatial patterns and determinants89
Where greenspace matters most: A systematic review of urbanicity, greenspace, and physical health88
Heatwave-induced human health risk assessment in megacities based on heat stress-social vulnerability-human exposure framework86
Evidence of urban heat island impacts on the vegetation growing season length in a tropical city85
Designing wildlife-inclusive cities that support human-animal co-existence83
The role of ‘nativeness’ in urban greening to support animal biodiversity82
Life satisfaction linked to the diversity of nature experiences and nature views from the window77
Evaluation of the policy-driven ecological network in the Three-North Shelterbelt region of China74
Objective and perceived built environment, sense of community, and mental wellbeing in older adults in Hong Kong: A multilevel structural equation study73
The image of the City on social media: A comparative study using “Big Data” and “Small Data” methods in the Tri-City Region in Poland72
Public park attributes, park visits, and associated health status72
A conceptual framework to untangle the concept of urban ecosystem services72
Mixed-cell cellular automata: A new approach for simulating the spatio-temporal dynamics of mixed land use structures71
How is urbanization shaping agricultural land-use? Unraveling the nexus between farmland abandonment and urbanization in China70
“Perception bias”: Deciphering a mismatch between urban crime and perception of safety68
Within-city spatial and temporal heterogeneity of air temperature and its relationship with land surface temperature67
Physiological and psychological effects of visits to different urban green and street environments in older people: A field experiment in a dense inner-city area67
Compact development and adherence to stay-at-home order during the COVID-19 pandemic: A longitudinal investigation in the United States66
Relative importance of quantitative and qualitative aspects of urban green spaces in promoting health65
How do different types and landscape attributes of urban parks affect visitors' positive emotions?65
Supply and demand assessment of urban recreation service and its implication for greenspace planning-A case study on Guangzhou65
Psychological restoration in urban gardens related to garden type, biodiversity and garden-related stress65
Inequalities of urban green space area and ecosystem services along urban center-edge gradients65
The global homogenization of urban form. An assessment of 194 cities across time64
Green growth? On the relation between population density, land use and vegetation cover fractions in a city using a 30-years Landsat time series63
Subjective or objective measures of street environment, which are more effective in explaining housing prices?62
As the city grows, what do farmers do? A systematic review of urban and peri-urban agriculture under rapid urban growth across the Global South62
Eco-gentrification and who benefits from urban green amenities: NYC’s high Line60
Urban flood risk and green infrastructure: Who is exposed to risk and who benefits from investment? A case study of three U.S. Cities60
Tracing and building up environmental justice considerations in the urban ecosystem service literature: A systematic review60
Species richness is positively related to mental health – A study for Germany60
Urban green space alone is not enough: A landscape analysis linking the spatial distribution of urban green space to mental health in the city of Chicago59
“It made me feel brighter in myself”- The health and well-being impacts of a residential front garden horticultural intervention59
Urban socioeconomic inequality and biodiversity often converge, but not always: A global meta-analysis59
Assessing the thermal contributions of urban land cover types57
Dynamic greenspace exposure and residents’ mental health in Guangzhou, China: From over-head to eye-level perspective, from quantity to quality57
Integrating ecological networks modelling in a participatory approach for assessing impacts of planning scenarios on landscape connectivity57
Green and blue settings as providers of mental health ecosystem services: Comparing urban beaches and parks and building a predictive model of psychological restoration57
Is gardening associated with greater happiness of urban residents? A multi-activity, dynamic assessment in the Twin-Cities region, USA56
Self-reported well-being and the importance of green spaces – A comparison of garden owners and non-garden owners in times of COVID-1956
Does geo-located social media reflect the visit frequency of urban parks? A city-wide analysis using the count and content of photographs55
Sweden does not meet agreed national and international forest biodiversity targets: A call for adaptive landscape planning55
The influence of human behavioral characteristics on soundscape perception in urban parks: Subjective and observational approaches55
Quantifying the local cooling effects of urban green spaces: Evidence from Bengaluru, India55
Comparing outdoor recreation preferences in peri-urban landscapes using different data gathering methods54
Assessing deeper levels of participation in nature-based solutions in urban landscapes – A literature review of real-world cases53
Urban greenness, mixed land-use, and life satisfaction: Evidence from residential locations and workplace settings in Beijing53
Which environmental features contribute to positive and negative perceptions of urban parks? A cross-cultural comparison using online reviews and Natural Language Processing methods52
Differences in motivations and social impacts across urban agriculture types: Case studies in Europe and the US50
Building safer public spaces: Exploring gender difference in the perception of safety in public space through urban design interventions49
What entices older adults to parks? Identification of park features that encourage park visitation, physical activity, and social interaction49
Small vegetated patches greatly reduce urban surface temperature during a summer heatwave in Adelaide, Australia49
Does a natural environment enhance the effectiveness of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR)? Examining the mental health and wellbeing, and nature connectedness benefits48
Roofpedia: Automatic mapping of green and solar roofs for an open roofscape registry and evaluation of urban sustainability48
Integrating a landscape connectivity approach into mitigation hierarchy planning by anticipating urban dynamics47
Adaptation planning in large cities is unlikely to be effective47
Wild bees and hoverflies respond differently to urbanisation, human population density and urban form46
Cues to care: A systematic analytical review45
Quantifying the seasonal cooling capacity of ‘green infrastructure types’ (GITs): An approach to assess and mitigate surface urban heat island in Sydney, Australia45
Research Note: Residential distance and recreational visits to coastal and inland blue spaces in eighteen countries45
What’s behind the barriers? Uncovering structural conditions working against urban nature-based solutions44
Predicting perceptions of the built environment using GIS, satellite and street view image approaches44
Global trends and local variations in land take per person44
Urban park facility use and intensity of seniors’ physical activity – An examination combining accelerometer and GPS tracking44
Increasing urban flood risk in China over recent 40 years induced by LUCC43
Guidelines for passive control of traffic-related air pollution in street canyons: An overview for urban planning43
Can’t see the wood for the trees? An assessment of street view- and satellite-derived greenness measures in relation to mental health43
Accessing green space in Melbourne: Measuring inequity and household mobility43
Transforming US urban green infrastructure planning to address equity43
Neighbourhood blue space and mental health: A nationwide ecological study of antidepressant medication prescribed to older adults42
Quantifying the influence of 2D and 3D urban morphology on the thermal environment across climatic zones42
Impacts of form and design policies on urban microclimate: Assessment of zoning and design guideline choices in urban redevelopment projects42
A global analysis of multifaceted urbanization patterns using Earth Observation data from 1975 to 201541
Discovering the homogeneous geographic domain of human perceptions from street view images41
Validation of functional connectivity modeling: The Achilles’ heel of landscape connectivity mapping40
Covid-19 and rural landscape: The case of Italy40
Understanding ecological groups under landscape fragmentation based on network theory40
Are street trees friendly to biodiversity?39
Beyond bouncing back? Comparing and contesting urban resilience frames in US and Latin American contexts39
Socioeconomic and spatial inequalities of street tree abundance, species diversity, and size structure in New York City39
Mindful engagement, psychological restoration, and connection with nature in constrained nature experiences39
Area is the primary correlate of annual and seasonal patterns of avian species richness in urban green spaces39
Research note: Ecosystem Health (EH) assessment of a rapidly urbanizing metropolitan city region of eastern India – A study on Kolkata Metropolitan Area39
Does rated visual landscape quality match visual features? An analysis for renewable energy landscapes38
Effects of the built and social features of urban greenways on the outdoor activity of older adults37
A classification of European agricultural land using an energy-based intensity indicator and detailed crop description37
Planning for green infrastructure using multiple urban ecosystem service models and multicriteria analysis37
Effects of past landscape changes on aesthetic landscape values in the European Alps37
Characterizing the 3-D urban morphology transformation to understand urban-form dynamics: A case study of Austin, Texas, USA37
Association between park visits and mental health in a developing country context: The case of Tabriz, Iran37
In which natural environments are people happiest? Large-scale experience sampling in the Netherlands36
Hot routes in urban forests: The impact of multiple landscape features on recreational use intensity36
Investigating sense of place of the Las Vegas Strip using online reviews and machine learning approaches35
Factors influencing visual landscape quality perceived by the public. Results from a national survey35
Quantity or quality? Exploring the association between public open space and mental health in urban China35
Planning for future fire: Scenario analysis of an accelerated fuel reduction plan for the western United States35
Assessing impacts of objective features and subjective perceptions of street environment on running amount: A case study of Boston35
Restorative benefits of everyday green exercise: A spatial approach35
The financial impact of street-level greenery on New York commercial buildings35
Guidelines from the heritage field for the integration of landscape and heritage planning: A systematic literature review35
The disparity in tree cover and ecosystem service values among redlining classes in the United States34
Measuring heterogeneous perception of urban space with massive data and machine learning: An application to safety34
Understanding disparities in community green accessibility under alternative green measures: A metropolitan-wide analysis of Columbus, Ohio, and Atlanta, Georgia34
Three decades of land-use and land-cover change in mountain regions of the Brazilian Atlantic Forest34
Exploring the relationship between ride-sourcing services and vehicle ownership, using both inferential and machine learning approaches33
Strong relationships between urbanization, landscape structure, and ecosystem service multifunctionality in urban forest fragments33
School greening: Right or privilege? Examining urban nature within and around primary schools through an equity lens33
Sit down and rest: Use of virtual reality to evaluate preferences and mental restoration in urban park pavilions33
Greening for academic achievement: Prioritizing what to plant and where33
Point cloud modeling as a bridge between landscape design and planning32
Green space progress or paradox: identifying green space associated gentrification in Beijing32
Natural versus human drivers of plant diversity in urban parks and the anthropogenic species-area hypotheses32
Vertical greenery buffers against stress: Evidence from psychophysiological responses in virtual reality31
Visiting nearby natural settings supported wellbeing during Sweden’s “soft-touch” pandemic restrictions31
Effects of vacant lots on human health: A systematic review of the evidence31
Impacts of multi-scale urban form on PM2.5 concentrations using continuous surface estimates with high-resolution in U.S. metropolitan areas31
Protected areas as a space for pandemic disease adaptation: A case of COVID-19 in Hong Kong31
Keys to better planning and integrating urban tree planting initiatives30
Assessment of heat mitigation capacity of urban greenspaces with the use of InVEST urban cooling model, verified with day-time land surface temperature data30
Tree pollen allergy risks and changes across scenarios in urban green spaces in Brussels, Belgium30
The neighborhood socioeconomic inequalities in urban parks in a High-density City: An environmental justice perspective30
Multi-scaled identification of landscape character types and areas in Lushan National Park and its fringes, China30
Private tree removal, public loss: Valuing and enforcing existing tree protection mechanisms is the key to retaining urban trees on private land29
Women’s safety perception assessment in an urban stream corridor: Developing a safety map based on qualitative GIS29
Urbanization that hides in the dark – Spotting China’s “ghost neighborhoods” from space29
Assessing urban ecosystem services provided by green infrastructure: Golf courses in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area28
The role of non-governmental organizations in achieving environmental justice for green and blue spaces28
Physically apart but socially connected: Lessons in social resilience from community gardening during the COVID-19 pandemic28
Effects of a sensory garden on workplace wellbeing: A randomised control trial28
Exploring the influences of different processes of habitat fragmentation on ecosystem services28
Cause-related injustice, process-related injustice, effect-related injustice and regional heat action planning priorities: An empirical study in Yangtze River Delta and Chengdu-Chongqing urban agglome28
Wildness and habitat quality drive spatial patterns of urban biodiversity27
Thoughts for urban food: A social practice perspective on urban planning for agriculture in Almere, the Netherlands27
Investigating the links between environment and older people’s place attachment in densely populated urban areas27
Synthesizing multiple ecosystem service assessments for urban planning: A review of approaches, and recommendations27
Maximizing the pedestrian radiative cooling benefit per street tree27
Messy maps: Qualitative GIS representations of resilience27
The place of space in urban metabolism research: Towards a spatial turn? A review and future agenda27
Settlement changes after peak population: Land system projections for China until 205027
Tropical urban areas support highly diverse plant-pollinator interactions: An assessment from Brazil27
Preserving ones meaningful place or not? Understanding environmental stewardship behaviour in river landscapes26
How perceived sensory dimensions of urban green spaces are associated with teenagers’ perceived restoration, stress, and mental health?26
The place-making potential of citizen science: Creating social-ecological connections in an urbanized world26
Integrating GIS, deep learning, and environmental sensors for multicriteria evaluation of urban street walkability26
Blue space exposure, health and well-being: Does freshwater type matter?26
Relationships between childhood experience of nature and green/blue space use, landscape preferences, connection with nature and pro-environmental behavior26
Using geographically weighted models to explore how crowdsourced landscape perceptions relate to landscape physical characteristics26
Scenario analysis in urban ecosystem services research: Progress, prospects, and implications for urban planning and management25
Measuring Spatial Connectivity between patches of the heat source and sink (SCSS): A new index to quantify the heterogeneity impacts of landscape patterns on land surface temperature25
Green and blue physical activity for quality of life: A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized control trials25
Forest expansion in mountain protected areas: Trends and consequences for the landscape25
Do various dimensions of exposure metrics affect biopsychosocial pathways linking green spaces to mental health? A cross-sectional study in Nanjing, China25
Optimal spatial priority scheme of urban LID-BMPs under different investment periods25
A multi-scale analysis framework of different methods used in establishing ecological networks25
Integrating existing climate adaptation planning into future visions: A strategic scenario for the central Arizona–Phoenix region25
Traditional and novel walkable built environment metrics and social capital24
Implementing human health as a landscape service in collaborative landscape approaches24
Factors associated with visiting freshwater blue space: The role of restoration and relations with mental health and well-being24
Assessing the sustainability of contrasting land use scenarios through the Socioecological Integrated Analysis (SIA) of the metropolitan green infrastructure in Barcelona24
An alternative method of developing landscape strategies for urban cooling: A threshold-based perspective24
Development and application of 3D spatial metrics using point clouds for landscape visual quality assessment24
Development of view potential metrics and the financial impact of views on office rents24
In the AI of the beholder: A comparative analysis of computer vision-assisted characterizations of human-nature interactions in urban green spaces24
Sense of presence and sense of place in perceiving a 3D geovisualization for communication in urban planning – Differences introduced by prior familiarity with the place24
Comprehensive audio-visual environmental effects on residential soundscapes and satisfaction: Partial least square structural equation modeling approach24
Equity in green and blue spaces availability in Singapore24
Effects of urban park spatial characteristics on visitor density and diversity: A geolocated social media approach24
A virtual reality investigation of factors influencing landscape preferences: Natural elements, emotions, and media creation24
From viewsheds to viewscapes: Trends in landscape visibility and visual quality research24
Impact of state-led food localization on suburban districts’ farmland use transformation: Greenhouse farming expansion in Nanjing city region, China24
Impact of residential environments on social capital and health outcomes among public rental housing residents in Seoul, South Korea23
A plea for a worldwide development of dark infrastructure for biodiversity – Practical examples and ways to go forward23
Simulating urban land growth by incorporating historical information into a cellular automata model23
Lessons from planned resettlement and new town experiences for avoiding climate sprawl23
Understanding temperature related health risk in context of urban land use changes23
The effect of audio fidelity and virtual reality on the perception of virtual greenspace23
Expanding vegetated areas by human activities and strengthening vegetation growth concurrently explain the greening of Seoul23
Associations between the naturalness of window and interior classroom views, subjective well-being of primary school children and their performance in an attention and concentration test23
Predicting urban cold-air paths using boosted regression trees23
Co-visitation network in tourism-driven peri-urban area based on social media analytics: A case study in Shenzhen, China23
Psycho-physiological responses of repeated exposure to natural and urban environments22
The effect of nature exposure, nature connectedness on mental well-being and ill-being in a general Chinese population22
Linking urban park cool island effects to the landscape patterns inside and outside the park: A simultaneous equation modeling approach22
Urban blue space renovation and local resident and visitor well-being: A case study from Plymouth, UK22
How do childhood nature experiences and negative emotions towards nature influence preferences for outdoor activity among young adults?22
Comparing the implicit valuation of ecosystem services from nature-based solutions in performance-based green area indicators across three European cities22
Simulating crowding of urban green areas to manage access during lockdowns22
Expanding the toolbox: Assessing methods for local outdoor recreation planning22
Application of airborne LiDAR and GIS in modeling trail erosion along the Appalachian Trail in New Hampshire, USA21
Large-scale automatic identification of urban vacant land using semantic segmentation of high-resolution remote sensing images21
Understanding land use change impacts on ecosystem services within urban protected areas21
Deciphering landscape preferences: Investigating the roles of familiarity and biome types21
The role of the vegetation structure, primary productivity and senescence derived from airborne LiDAR and hyperspectral data for birds diversity and rarity on a restored site21
The impact of urban vegetation morphology on urban building energy consumption during summer and winter seasons in Nanjing, China21
Can daily mobility alleviate green inequality from living and working environments?21
Landscape value in urban neighborhoods: A pilot analysis using street-level images21
Exploring how urban nature is associated with human wellbeing in a neotropical city21
How effective are greenbelts at mitigating urban sprawl? A comparative study of 60 European cities21
Urban food cultivation in the United Kingdom: Quantifying loss of allotment land and identifying potential for restoration21
Local habitat factors and spatial connectivity jointly shape an urban insect community21
Mainstreaming nature-based solutions for climate resilient infrastructure in peri-urban sub-Saharan Africa21
How does town planning affect urban-rural income inequality: Evidence from China with simultaneous equation analysis21
Potential restorative effects of urban soundscapes: Personality traits, temperament, and perceptions of VR urban environments21
The urban form of Brussels from the street perspective: The role of vegetation in the definition of the urban fabric21
Exploring public values through Twitter data associated with urban parks pre- and post- COVID-1921
Evolution of landscapes influenced by watermills, based on examples from Northern Poland21
A city is not a tree: a multi-city study on street network and urban life21
Measuring magnitude of change by high-rise buildings in visual amenity conflicts in Brisbane21
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