Varvara Nikulina
Varvara Nikulina
PhD candidate, Blekinge Institute of Technology; Mistra Urban Futures
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The climate to growth relationships of pedunculate oak in steppe
M Netsvetov, M Sergeyev, V Nikulina, V Korniyenko, Y Prokopuk
Dendrochronologia 44, 31-38, 2017
Context-adapted urban planning for rapid transitioning of personal mobility towards sustainability: A systematic literature review
V Nikulina, D Simon, H Ny, H Baumann
Sustainability 11 (4), 1007, 2019
Seasonal variations of oscillation and vibration parameters of Acer platanoides
M Netsvetov, V Nikulina
Dendrobiology 64, 2010
Lost in translation: A framework for analysing complexity of co-production settings in relation to epistemic communities, linguistic diversities and culture
V Nikulina, JL Lindal, H Baumann, D Simon, H Ny
Futures 113, 102442, 2019
Sustainable transport futures: Analysis of the selected methodologies supporting the planning process towards achieving Goal 11 sustainable cities and communities
V Nikulina, H Baumann, D Simon, F Sprei
Handbook of sustainability science and research, 473-488, 2018
Oscillation damping by foliage of Acer platanoides L. saplings.
M Netsvetov, V Nikulina
Nauka za Gorata 46 (2), 21-30, 2009
‘Rapid Scenario Planning’to Support a Regional Sustainability Transformation Vision: A Case Study from Blekinge, Sweden
G Thomson, H Ny, V Nikulina, S Borén, J Ayers, J Bryant
Sustainability 12 (17), 6928, 2020
Scenarier för Blekinge 2050: En rapport inom projektet Strukturbild Blekinge 2.0
H Ny, V Nikulina, G Thomson, S Borén
Blekinge Tekniska Högskola, 2019
How can future methodologies be applied in the planning process? Case study of the bus park and railway station in Kisumu, Kenya and Centralen Gothenburg, Sweden
V Nikulina
Scenarier för Blekinge 2050
H Ny, V Nikulina, G Thomson, S Borén
Need for speed: towards urban planning for rapid transitioning to sustainable personal mobility
V Nikulina
Blekinge Tekniska Högskola, 2019
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