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Urban sprawl and fragmentation in Latin America: A dynamic quantification and characterization of spatial patterns
L Inostroza, R Baur, E Csaplovics
Journal of environmental management 115, 87-97, 2013
3952013
Indicators of Cultural Ecosystem Services for urban planning: A review
D La Rosa, M Spyra, L Inostroza
Ecological Indicators 61 (Part 1), 74-89, 2016
2552016
Urban sprawl, compact urban development and green cities. How much do we know, how much do we agree?
M Artmann, L Inostroza, P Fan
Ecological indicators 96, 3-9, 2019
1972019
A Heat Vulnerability Index: Spatial Patterns of Exposure, Sensitivity and Adaptive Capacity for Santiago de Chile
L Inostroza, M Palme, F de la Barrera
PLOS one 11 (9), e0162464., 2016
1812016
From urban climate to energy consumption. Enhancing building performance simulation by including the urban heat island effect
CC M. Palme, L. Inostroza, G. Villacreses, Andrea Lobato-Cordero
Energy & Buildings 145 (June), 107–120, 2017
1712017
Informal urban development in Latin American urban peripheries. Spatial assessment in Bogotá, Lima and Santiago de Chile
L Inostroza
Landscape and Urban Planning 165, 267-279, 2017
1272017
Evaluating the role of ecosystem services in participatory land use planning: proposing a balanced score card
C Fürst, P Opdam, L Inostroza, S Luque
Landscape ecology 29, 1435-1446, 2014
1162014
Six fundamental aspects for conceptualizing multidimensional urban form: A spatial mapping perspective
EA Wentz, AM York, M Alberti, L Conrow, H Fischer, L Inostroza, C Jantz, ...
Landscape and Urban Planning 179, 55-62, 2018
1152018
Monitoring ecosystem dynamics in northwestern Ethiopia using NDVI and climate variables to assess long term trends in dryland vegetation variability
W Zewdie, E Csaplovics, L Inostroza
Applied Geography 79, 167–178, 2017
1042017
Integrating ecosystem services supply potential from future land-use scenarios in protected area management: A Bangladesh case study
SA Mukul, MSI Sohel, J Herbohn, L Inostroza, H König
Ecosystem services 26, 355-364, 2017
902017
Measuring urban ecosystem functions through ‘Technomass’—A novel indicator to assess urban metabolism
L Inostroza
Ecological indicators 42 (July), 10-19, 2014
772014
The global homogenization of urban form. An assessment of 194 cities across time
R Lemoine-Rodríguez, L Inostroza, H Zepp
Landscape and Urban Planning 204, 103949, 2020
742020
Urban Flood Risk Reduction by Increasing Green Areas For Adaptation To Climate Change
IL Zimmermann Erik, Bracalenti Laura, Piacentini Rubén
Procedia Engineering 161, 2241-2246, 2016
742016
Monitoring the effects of land cover change on the supply of ecosystem services in an urban region: A study of Santiago-Valparaíso, Chile
C Montoya-Tangarife, F De La Barrera, A Salazar, L Inostroza
PloS one 12 (11), e0188117, 2017
712017
Matches and mismatches between the supply of and demand for cultural ecosystem services in rapidly urbanizing watersheds: A case study in the Guanting Reservoir basin, China
S Meng, Q Huang, L Zhang, C He, L Inostroza, Y Bai, D Yin
Ecosystem Services 45, 101156, 2020
662020
Linking ecosystem services and subjective well-being in rapidly urbanizing watersheds: Insights from a multilevel linear model
Q Huang, D Yin, C He, J Yan, Z Liu, S Meng, Q Ren, R Zhao, L Inostroza
Ecosystem Services 43, 101106, 2020
592020
Last of the wild revisited: assessing spatial patterns of human impact on landscapes in Southern Patagonia, Chile
L Inostroza, I Zasada, HJ König
Regional Environmental Change 16, 2071-2085, 2016
582016
Ecosystem services appreciation of urban lakes in Romania. Synergies and trade-offs between multiple users
CA Hossu, IC Iojă, DA Onose, MR Niță, AM Popa, O Talabă, L Inostroza
Ecosystem Services 37, 100937, 2019
572019
Beyond urban–rural dichotomies: Measuring urbanisation degrees in central European landscapes using the technomass as an explicit indicator
L Inostroza, Z Hamstead, M Spyra, S Qureshi
Ecological indicators 96, 466-476, 2019
562019
And the winner is? Comparing urban green space provision and accessibility in eight European metropolitan areas using a spatially explicit approach
H Zepp, L Groß, L Inostroza
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 49, 126603, 2020
432020
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