Mirjam Schindler
Mirjam Schindler
School of Geography, Environment and Earth Sciences, Victoria University of Wellington
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Urban compactness and the trade-off between air pollution emission and exposure: Lessons from a spatially explicit theoretical model
M Schindler, G Caruso
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 45, 13-23, 2014
Spatial sorting, attitudes and the use of green space in Brussels
M Schindler, M Le Texier, G Caruso
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 31, 169-184, 2018
Equilibrium and first-best city with endogenous exposure to local air pollution from traffic
M Schindler, G Caruso, P Picard
Regional Science and Urban Economics 62, 12-23, 2017
How far do people travel to use urban green space? A comparison of three European cities
M Schindler, M Le Texier, G Caruso
Applied Geography 141, 102673, 2022
Challenges of spatial decision-support tools in urban planning: Lessons from New Zealand’s cities
M Schindler, R Dionisio, S Kingham
Journal of Urban Planning and Development 146 (2), 04020012, 2020
A multi-level perspective on a spatial data ecosystem: needs and challenges among urban planning stakeholders in New Zealand
M Schindler, R Dionisio, S Kingham
International Journal of Spatial Data Infrastructures Research 13, 223-252, 2018
Urban interventions to reduce pollution exposure and improve spatial equity
M Schindler, G Caruso
Geographical Analysis 54 (2), 309-332, 2022
Emerging urban form–Emerging pollution: Modelling endogenous health and environmental effects of traffic on residential choice
M Schindler, G Caruso
Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science 47 (3), 437-456, 2020
A framework to assess impacts of path dependence on urban planning outcomes, induced through the use of decision-support tools
M Schindler, R Dionisio
Cities 115, 103256, 2021
Tools for sustainable change: How spatial decision-support tools support transformative urban regeneration
RDJ Dionisio, M Schindler, S Kingham
International Journal of E-Planning Research (IJEPR) 9 (2), 21-42, 2020
Potentials, problems and possibilities for developing New Zealand’s built environment through high-value geospatial information
V Ivory, K O'Donnell, M Schindler
Kotuitui, 2018
A two-stage residential location and transport mode choice model with exposure to traffic-induced air pollution
M Schindler, JYT Wang, RD Connors
Journal of Transport Geography 93, 103044, 2021
Spatial modelling of feedback effects between urban structure and traffic-induced air pollution-Insights from quantitative geography and urban economics
M Schindler
University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg, 2016
Optimum structure and equity in a city with local traffic-induced air pollution
M Schindler
Traffic-induced air pollution concerns and policy design–Impact analysis on urban structure and distance-related exposure equity
M Schindler
Traffic-induced air pollution concerns and policy design
M Schindler
Nature orientation and opportunity: Who values and who has opportunity for satisfactory green spaces in proximity to their place of residence
M Schindler
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 84, 127924, 2023
Geospatial Mixed-Method Survey Data to Analyse Stated Preferences for and Satisfaction with Local Green Spaces in Wellington. NZGRC 2022.
M Schindler
figshare, 2022
Learnings from developing and implementing geospatial urban planning decision-support tools in Aotearoa New Zealand. GeoComputation 2019
M Schindler, R Dionisio, I Falcao, S Kingham
The University of Auckland, 2019
A geospatial decision-support tool to contrast energetic outcomes, CO2 emissions, water management and socio-economic outcomes of urban areas.
M Schindler, R Dionisio-McHugh, I Falcao, S Kingham
Geophysical Research Abstracts 21, 2019
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