|A quantitative review of urban ecosystem service assessments: concepts, models, and implementation|
D Haase, N Larondelle, E Andersson, M Artmann, S Borgström, J Breuste, ...
Ambio 43 (4), 413-433, 2014
|Urban form revisited—Selecting indicators for characterising European cities|
Landscape and urban planning 96 (1), 29-47, 2010
|Describing human decisions in agent-based models–ODD+ D, an extension of the ODD protocol|
B Müller, F Bohn, G Dreßler, J Groeneveld, C Klassert, R Martin, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 48, 37-48, 2013
|Agent-based modeling of the diffusion of environmental innovations—An empirical approach|
N Schwarz, A Ernst
Technological forecasting and social change 76 (4), 497-511, 2009
|Exploring indicators for quantifying surface urban heat islands of European cities with MODIS land surface temperatures|
N Schwarz, S Lautenbach, R Seppelt
Remote Sensing of Environment 115 (12), 3175-3186, 2011
|Relationship of land surface and air temperatures and its implications for quantifying urban heat island indicators—An application for the city of Leipzig (Germany)|
N Schwarz, U Schlink, U Franck, K Großmann
Ecological Indicators 18, 693-704, 2012
|A framework for mapping and comparing behavioural theories in models of social-ecological systems|
M Schlüter, A Baeza, G Dressler, K Frank, J Groeneveld, W Jager, ...
Ecological Economics 131, 21-35, 2017
|Synergies, trade-offs, and losses of ecosystem services in urban regions: an integrated multiscale framework applied to the Leipzig-Halle Region, Germany|
D Haase, N Schwarz, M Strohbach, F Kroll, R Seppelt
Ecology and Society 17 (3), 2012
|Greening cities–To be socially inclusive? About the alleged paradox of society and ecology in cities|
D Haase, S Kabisch, A Haase, E Andersson, E Banzhaf, F Baró, M Brenck, ...
Habitat International 64, 41-48, 2017
|Theoretical foundations of human decision-making in agent-based land use models–A review|
J Groeneveld, B Müller, CM Buchmann, G Dressler, C Guo, N Hase, ...
Environmental modelling & software 87, 39-48, 2017
|Towards systematic analyses of ecosystem service trade-offs and synergies: Main concepts, methods and the road ahead|
AF Cord, B Bartkowski, M Beckmann, A Dittrich, K Hermans-Neumann, ...
Ecosystem services 28, 264-272, 2017
|An integrated modelling framework for simulating regional-scale actor responses to global change in the water domain|
R Barthel, S Janisch, N Schwarz, A Trifkovic, D Nickel, C Schulz, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 23 (9), 1095-1121, 2008
|Simulation models on human-nature interactions in urban landscapes: a review including spatial economics, system dynamics, cellular automata and agent-based approaches|
D Haase, N Schwarz
Living reviews in landscape research 3 (2), 1-45, 2009
|The bigger, the better? The influence of urban green space design on cooling effects for residential areas|
M Jaganmohan, S Knapp, CM Buchmann, N Schwarz
Journal of environmental quality 45 (1), 134-145, 2016
|Understanding biodiversity-ecosystem service relationships in urban areas: A comprehensive literature review|
N Schwarz, M Moretti, MN Bugalho, ZG Davies, D Haase, J Hack, A Hof, ...
Ecosystem services 27, 161-171, 2017
|Omnipresent sprawl? A review of urban simulation models with respect to urban shrinkage|
N Schwarz, D Haase, R Seppelt
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 37 (2), 265-283, 2010
|Standardised and transparent model descriptions for agent-based models: Current status and prospects|
B Müller, S Balbi, CM Buchmann, L De Sousa, G Dressler, J Groeneveld, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 55, 156-163, 2014
|Assessing climate impacts of planning policies—an estimation for the urban region of Leipzig (Germany)|
N Schwarz, A Bauer, D Haase
Environmental impact assessment review 31 (2), 97-111, 2011
|Heat stress in urban areas: Indoor and outdoor temperatures in different urban structure types and subjectively reported well-being during a heat wave in the city of Leipzig|
U Franck, M Krüger, N Schwarz, K Grossmann, S Röder, U Schlink
Meteorologische Zeitschrift 22 (2), 167-177, 2013
|Simulating demography and housing demand in an urban region under scenarios of growth and shrinkage|
S Lauf, D Haase, R Seppelt, N Schwarz
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 39 (2), 229-246, 2012