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Publications

A selection of recent journal and conference papers are listed below.
See also LEaP publications, Lincoln Planning Review, and the Landscape Review for publications available for download.

Publications

A selection of recent journal and conference papers are listed below.
See also LEaP publications, Lincoln Planning Review, and the Landscape Review for publications available for download.

2017 - 2016

 2017

 

2016

Tait, P., Vallance, S., & Rutherford, P. (2016). Expanding the conversational terrain: Using a choice experiment to assess community preferences for post-disaster redevelopment options. Land Use Policy, 55, 275-284.

Wesener, A. (2016). 'This place feels authentic': exploring experiences of authenticity of place in relation to the urban built environment in the Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham. Journal of Urban Design, 21(1), 67-83.

Wesener, A., & Montgomery, R. (2016, February). The Relevance of Temporary Uses of Vacant Urban Spaces for Community Resilience after a Disaster: Transitional Community-Initiated Open Spaces in Christchurch, New Zealand. Presented at People in Disasters Conference 2016, Christchurch.

2015 - 2014


2015

Wesener, A, Risse, F (2015) How people use temporary post-disaster open spaces: A study of three transitional community-initiated open spaces in central Christchurch, New Zealand. LEaP Report 40. Lincoln University, Christchurch, New Zealand.

Vallance, S. (2015). An Evaluation of the Waimakariri District Council's Integrated and Community-Based Recovery Framework Following the Canterbury Earthquakes: Implications for Urban Resilience. Urban Policy and Research, 33(4), 433-451.


2014
International Congress (2014) Adaptive Urbanism , Christchurch 23-24 October 2014
Bowring J. Keynote lecture: 'Looking backward' - How the legacy of Christchurch's past is playing a role in its future. Proceedings of the 12th Australasian Urban History Planing History Conference, Victoria University, Wellington, 03 Feb 2014 - 05 Feb 2014. 11-11. 2014 (Conference) Publisher URL.

Dupuis, A., Vallance, S. and Thorns, D. (2014). On shaky ground: Homes as socio-legal spaces in a post-earthquake environment. A paper presented at the Sociological Association Aotearoa New Zealand conference, Christchurch 3-5th December, 2014

Montgomery R. Filling the gaps from the Christchurch earthquakes 2010-2013: Greening the rubble and the Mt Pleasant Community response plan as two local initiatives. In Risks and Conflicts: Local Responses to Natural Disasters. Editors: Neef A, Shaw R. 43-78. Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Howard House, Wagon Lane, Bingley BD16 1WA, UK 2014 (Chapter) Publisher URL.

Vallance, S. (2014). A history of planning through the broken lens of disaster. In Barnaby Bennett, James Dann, Emma Johnson and Ryan Reynolds (Eds.). Re-Imagining Recovery. Freerange Press: Christchurch.

Vallance, S. (2014). Community participation as disaster recovery: Lessons from the Shaky Isles. Natural Hazards, 75(2). 1287-1301

Vallance, S. (2014). Living on the edge: A phenomenology of sprawl. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 38, 6, pp. 1954-1969

Vallance, S. (2014). Involving communities in decision-making for disaster recovery and risk reduction. An invited paper presented at the Sociological Association Aotearoa New Zealand conference, Christchurch 3-5th December, 2014.

Wesener, A. (2014). Re-conceptualising urban sustainability after a natural disaster: transitional community-initiated open spaces in Christchurch, New Zealand. Paper presented at the 12th International Conference on Urban History (EAUH 2014), Lisbon, Portugal.

Wesener, A. (2014). The Good, the Bad, the Authentic: An evaluation of concepts, experiences, and considered values of authenticity of place in the context of the post‐industrial city (Vol. Bauhaus Urban Studies, Band 5). Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann.

2013 - 2012

 
2013
Mason IG, Page SC, Williamson AG. Security of supply, energy spillage control and peaking options within a 100% renewable electricity system for New Zealand. ENERGY POLICY 60:324-333 Sep 2013 (Journal article) Author URL

McWilliam W, Brown R, Eagles P, Seasons M. Barriers to the effective planning and management of residential encroachment within urban forest edges: a Southern Ontario case study. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 1-15 2013 (Journal article).

Tavares S, Swaffield S, Stewart E. The socio-cultural meaning of urban comfort and its consequences for urban landscape design. Space - Time / Place - Duration CELA 2013, School of Architecture, The University of Texas at Austin, 27 Mar 2013 - 30 Mar 2013. Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture, Austin, Texas, USA. 230-230. 2013 (Conference) Publisher URL.

Vallance S, Perkins HC, Bowring J, Dixon JE. Almost Invisible: Glimpsing the City and its Residents in the Urban Sustainability Discourse. URBAN STUDIES 49(8):1695-1710 Jun 2012 (Journal article) Author URL.

Vallance SA. Infill housing. In The Encyclopedia of Housing. Editors: Carswell AT. 396-398. USA 2012 (Chapter).

Vallance S. The artist, the academic, the hooker and the priest. Social Innovation & Entrepreneurship Conference, 27 Nov 2013 - 29 Nov 2013. Social Innovation & Entrepreneurship Conference. 2013 (Conference).

Vallance S. Insurgents or citizens? The role of civic expertise in building resilient cities. Auckland, 31 Jul 2013. 2013 (Oral Presentation).

Vallance, S. and Tait, P. (2013). A Community-led, Science-informed Conversation around the Future Use of the Avon River Residential Red Zone. DEM, Lincoln University available on http://hdl.handle.net/10182/5653

2012
Grenier A, Page S. The impact of electrified transport on local grid infrastructure: A comparison between electric cars and light rail. ENERGY POLICY 49:355-364 Oct 2012 (Journal article) Author URL.

Ibabao, R., Vallance, S., and Memon, A. (2012). The urban poor's adaptation strategies to insecure housing and tenure: The experiences of two civil society groups in Iloilo City (Philippines). A paper presented at the 6th International Conference and Workshop on the Built Environment in Developing Countries, Adelaide, 4th - 5th December, 2012

Krumdieck S, Dale M, Page S. Design and implementation of a community based sustainable development action research method. Social Business 2(4):291-337 31 Dec 2012 (Journal article).

Runkel, S., & Wesener, A. (2012). "Rencontre sur les lieux": memory construction in urban ambiances. In J.-P. Thibaud & D. Siret (Eds.), Ambiances in action - ambiances en actes(s). Proceedings of the 2nd International Congress on Ambiances (pp. 121-126). Montreal: Ambiances International Network.

Swaffield SR. Reinventing Spatial Planning at the Urban Rural Interface: A Christchurch, New Zealand Case Study. Planning Practice and Research 27(4):405-422 Aug 2012 (Journal article).

Vallance S, Perkins HC, Bowring J, Dixon JE. Almost Invisible: Glimpsing the City and its Residents in the Urban Sustainability Discourse. URBAN STUDIES 49(8):1695-1710 Jun 2012 (Journal article) Author URL.

Watcharasukarn M, Page S, Krumdieck S. Virtual reality simulation game approach to investigate transport adaptive capacity for peak oil planning. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 46(2):348-367 Feb 2012 (Journal article).

2011 & Before


2011
Dale M, Krumdieck S, Page S, Mulligan K. Transitionscape: Generating community-based sustainable transport initiatives. Energy, transport and sustainability: Discovering Pathways to 2040, Rutherford House, Wellington, 26 Jun 2011 - 27 Jun 2011. University of Canterbury. Mechanical Engineering, University of Canterbury. 1-7. 2011 (Conference) Publisher URL.

Montgomery R. The invisible architect: Edward England (1874-1949) and building style in Canterbury in the 1920s. New Zealand Architectural History Symposium, Centre for Building Performance Research, Victoria University, Wellington, 02 Dec 2011 - 02 Dec 2011. 1-109. 2011 (Conference).
 
Vallance, S., Perkins, H. and Dixon, J. (2011). What is social sustainability? A clarification of concepts. Geoforum, 42, p. 342-348.

Wesener, A. (2011). Improving Quality of Place: Strategic Approaches in Germany and the UK. In M. Schrenk, V. V. Popovich & P. Zeile (Eds.), REAL CORP 2011. Change for Stability - Lifecycles of Cities and Regions: The Role and Possibilities of Foresighted Planning in Transformation Processes. Proceedings of 16th International Conference on Urban Planning, Regional Development and Information Society, 18 - 20 May 2011 (pp. 425-435). Schwechat: CORP - Competence Center of Urban and Regional Planning. Publisher URL.

Wesener, A. (2011). Urban Landscapes as Memory Carriers. In The University of Western Australia (Ed.), Proceedings of the World Planning Schools Congress 2011 (WPSC2011): Planning's Future - Futures Planning: Planning in an Era of Global (Un)Certainty and Transformation, 4 - 8 July 2011 (Vol. [CD Rom]). Perth.

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