Leonie K Fischer
Leonie K Fischer
Professor of Landscape Planning and Ecology
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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 Barů, M Brenck, ...
Habitat International 64, 41-48, 2017
Unexploited opportunities in understanding liveable and biodiverse cities. A review on urban biodiversity perception and valuation
A Botzat, LK Fischer, I Kowarik
Global environmental change 39, 220-233, 2016
Recreational ecosystem services in European cities: Sociocultural and geographical contexts matter for park use
LK Fischer, J Honold, A Botzat, D Brinkmeyer, R Cvejić, T Delshammar, ...
Ecosystem services 31, 455-467, 2018
Beyond green: Broad support for biodiversity in multicultural European cities
LK Fischer, J Honold, R Cvejić, T Delshammar, S Hilbert, R Lafortezza, ...
Global Environmental Change 49, 35-45, 2018
Biocultural diversity: A novel concept to assess human-nature interrelations, nature conservation and stewardship in cities
BHM Elands, K Vierikko, E Andersson, LK Fischer, P Goncalves, D Haase, ...
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 40, 29-34, 2019
Creating novel urban grasslands by reintroducing native species in wasteland vegetation
LK Fischer, M von der Lippe, MC Rillig, I Kowarik
Biological Conservation 159, 119-126, 2013
Considering the ways biocultural diversity helps enforce the urban green infrastructure in times of urban transformation
K Vierikko, B Elands, J Niemelš, E Andersson, A Buijs, LK Fischer, ...
Current opinion in environmental sustainability 22, 7-12, 2016
Biodiverse edible schools: Linking healthy food, school gardens and local urban biodiversity
LK Fischer, D Brinkmeyer, SJ Karle, K Cremer, E Huttner, M Seebauer, ...
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 40, 35-43, 2019
The influence of green streets on cycling behavior in European cities
M Nawrath, I Kowarik, LK Fischer
Landscape and urban planning 190, 103598, 2019
Urban grassland restoration: which plant traits make desired species successful colonizers?
LK Fischer, M von der Lippe, I Kowarik
Applied Vegetation Science 16 (2), 272-285, 2013
Wild bees in urban grasslands: urbanisation, functional diversity and species traits
S Buchholz, AK Gathof, AJ Grossmann, I Kowarik, LK Fischer
Landscape and Urban Planning 196, 103731, 2020
Urban foraging in Berlin: People, plants and practices within the metropolitan green infrastructure
JL Landor-Yamagata, I Kowarik, LK Fischer
Sustainability 10 (6), 1873, 2018
Disentangling urban habitat and matrix effects on wild bee species
LK Fischer, J Eichfeld, I Kowarik, S Buchholz
PeerJ 4, e2729, 2016
Biodiversity conservation and sustainable urban development
I Kowarik, LK Fischer, D Kendal
Sustainability 12 (12), 4964, 2020
Urban land use types contribute to grassland conservation: The example of Berlin
LK Fischer, M Von der Lippe, I Kowarik
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 12 (3), 263-272, 2013
Public attitudes toward biodiversity‐friendly greenspace management in Europe
LK Fischer, L Neuenkamp, J Lampinen, M Tuomi, JG Alday, A Bucharova, ...
Conservation letters 13 (4), e12718, 2020
Drivers of biodiversity patterns in parks of a growing South American megacity
LK Fischer, V Rodorff, M von der Lippe, I Kowarik
Urban Ecosystems 19, 1231-1249, 2016
Connecting people to biodiversity in cities of tomorrow: Is urban foraging a powerful tool?
LK Fischer, I Kowarik
Ecological Indicators 112, 106087, 2020
Tree invasion in managed tropical forests facilitates endemic species
LK Fischer, M Von Der Lippe, I Kowarik
Journal of Biogeography 36 (12), 2251-2263, 2009
Acceptance of near-natural greenspace management relates to ecological and socio-cultural assigned values among European urbanites
J Lampinen, M Tuomi, LK Fischer, L Neuenkamp, JG Alday, A Bucharova, ...
Basic and applied ecology 50, 119-131, 2021
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