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Pablo Herreros Cantis
Pablo Herreros Cantis
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Assessment of urban flood vulnerability using the social-ecological-technological systems framework in six US cities
H Chang, A Pallathadka, J Sauer, NB Grimm, R Zimmerman, C Cheng, ...
Sustainable Cities and Society 68, 102786, 2021
1452021
Mapping supply of and demand for ecosystem services to assess environmental justice in New York City
P Herreros‐Cantis, T McPhearson
Ecological Applications 31 (6), e02390, 2021
652021
The Value of Urban Flood Modeling
BR Rosenzweig, PH Cantis, Y Kim, A Cohn, K Grove, J Brock, J Yesuf, ...
Earth's Future, e2020EF001739, 2021
64*2021
Shifting landscapes of coastal flood risk: environmental (in) justice of urban change, sea level rise, and differential vulnerability in New York City
P Herreros-Cantis, V Olivotto, ZJ Grabowski, T McPhearson
Urban transformations 2 (1), 9, 2020
482020
A context-sensitive systems approach for understanding and enabling ecosystem service realization in cities
E Andersson, S Borgström, D Haase, J Lanemeyer, A Mascarenhas, ...
Ecology and Society 26 (2), 2021
442021
Pandemic injustice: spatial and social distributions of COVID-19 in the US epicenter
T McPhearson, Z Grabowski, P Herreros-Cantis, A Mustafa, L Ortiz, ...
Journal of Extreme Events 7 (04), 2150007, 2020
352020
Examining ecological justice within the social-ecological-technological system of New York City, USA
M Pineda-Pinto, P Herreros-Cantis, T McPhearson, N Frantzeskaki, ...
Landscape and urban planning 215, 104228, 2021
252021
Comparing relationships between urban heat exposure, ecological structure, and socio-economic patterns in Beijing and New York City
J Wang, T McPhearson, W Zhou, EM Cook, P Herreros-Cantis, J Liu
Landscape and Urban Planning 235, 104750, 2023
142023
Planning ecologically just cities: A framework to assess ecological injustice hotspots for targeted urban design and planning of nature-based solutions
M Pineda-Pinto, N Frantzeskaki, M Chandrabose, P Herreros-Cantis, ...
Urban Policy and Research 40 (3), 206-222, 2022
132022
Overlapping heat and COVID-19 risk in New York City
L Ortiz, A Mustafa, PH Cantis, T McPhearson
Urban Climate 41, 101081, 2022
132022
NPCC4: Climate Change and New York City’s Flood Risk (pre-publication draft)
B Rosenzweig, FA Montalto, PM Orton, J Kaatz, N Maher, K Masterson, ...
Annals of New York Academy of Sciences, 2024
82024
New York City Town+ Gown Climate Vulnerability, Impact, and Adaptation Analysis. Final Report
T McPhearson, J Towers, D Balk, R Horton, M Madajewicz, FA Montalto, ...
2024
The Case of green infrastructure in New York City (USA): ecological spontaneity and infrastructuralization in the context of settler colonialism, capitalism, and white supremacy
ZJ Grabowski, T McPhearson, K Wijsman, L Ortiz, P Herreros-Cantis
Papers: Regió Metropolitana de Barcelona: Territori, estratègies …, 2022
2022
Topònims mallorquins com a indicadors de la identitat dinàmica del paisatge vegetal
CL Leiva, JC Moreno, DG Gaarslev, PH Cantis, EM Ruiz
Onomàstica i identitat: un repte universal i multiescalar: II Congrés de la …, 2015
2015
Co-Producing Research and Data Visualization for Environmental Justice Advocacy: The Milwaukee Flood-Health Vulnerability Assessment
P Herreros-Cantis, L Hoffman, C Kennedy, Y Kim, J Charles, V Gillet, ...
Available at SSRN 4724899, 0
HOW FLOOD RISK AND JUSTICE COMBINE IN COASTAL CITIES: A MIX-METHOD APPROACH FOR EAST HARLEM (NEW YORK CITY)
V Olivotto, P Herreros-Cantis
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