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Ongoing PhD Projects

Yousif Al-Sabaawi: A Green City. Proposal to Increase Green Areas in Iraqi Cities - Case Study Mosul City

Mohammad Bashirizadeh: The impact of the Persian garden style-ecological landscaping on urban sustainability and resilience

Emmanuel Kofi Gavu: Understanding neighbourhood effects: an analysis of the Housing Sub-Markets in Accra - Ghana

Klaus Geeven: Green Space Management in the City of Duisburg from 1945 to 2012

Ismail Hajani: Development of Sustainable urban Design Tools and Guidance in the Heritage Cities in Iraq A comparative study on the methods, tools and strategies of Urban design between Germany and Iraq

Christina Haubaum: Changes in Visual Landscape Quality because of Windturbines

Nasim Heidarinejad: The effects of urban expansion of physical and functional patterns in the urban fringe. Case study: Isfahan, Iran

Wilfrid N'Tcha Koutoucou: Biodiversity conservation, rural livelihoods and land management in protected areas: The case of Takamanda National Park in Cameroon

Bryce T. Lawrence - The County Diagnostic: An ecologically-based regional footprint framework for the United States (USA) and a comparative case study application across US ecoregions

Jae-yoon Lee: Urban Green and Open Spaces - A Comparison of Landscape Design and Management in Korea and Germany

Nahid Nasserian: Investigation of the correlation between urban landscape and identity in developing countries. Case study: Ahvaz, Iran

Leyli Rastin: Sustainable spatial and landscape planning through 3D visualization of landscape changes

Karsten Leschinski-Stechow: The Effectiveness of Environmental Protection in Local Land Use Planning An Empirical Investigation of Planning Practice

Brigitte Strux: Climate Change and Weather Phenomena from a Local Perspective: Rural Know-how as Potential Contribution for Adaptation to Climate Change

Jost Wilker: The use and relevance of economic valuation and stakeholder participation in green infrastructure planning

Li Zhao: Requisitions for Public in Trans-disciplinary Rural Landscape Planning