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Global urbanization and food production in direct competition for land: Leverage places to mitigate impacts on SDG2 and on the Earth System
S Barthel, C Isendahl, BN Vis, A Drescher, DL Evans, A van Timmeren
The Anthropocene Review 6 (1-2), 71-97, 2019
1382019
Cities made of boundaries: mapping social life in urban form
B Vis
UCL Press, 2018
392018
Built Environments, Constructed Societies: Inverting Spatial Analysis
BN Vis
Sidestone Pr, 2009
332009
Buried solutions: How Maya urban life substantiates soil connectivity
DL Evans, BN Vis, NP Dunning, E Graham, C Isendahl
Geoderma 387, 114925, 2021
242021
Mapping Socio-Spatial Relations in the Urban Built Environment Through Time: Describing the Socio-Spatial Significance of Inhabiting Urban Form
BN Vis
Mapping Spatial Relations, Their Perceptions and Dynamics, 45-93, 2014
142014
Establishing Boundaries: A Conceptualisation for the Comparative Social Study of Built Environment Configurations
BN Vis
Spaces and Flows: An International Journal of Urban and ExtraUrban Studies 2 …, 2013
82013
Boundary concepts for studying the built environment: a framework of socio-spatial reasoning for identifying and operationalising comparative analytical units in GIS
BN Vis
Proceedings of CAA, 2012
72012
Comparative Urbanism in Archaeology
M Baumanova, BN Vis
52019
Mapping the inhabited urban built environment. The socio-spatial significance of the material presence of boundaries through time
BN Vis
University of Leeds, 2013
52013
The Material Logic of Urban Space
BN Vis
The Journal of Space Syntax 6 (2), 271-274, 2016
42016
John Bintliff & Mark Pearce (ed.). The death of archaeological theory? iv+ 90 pages, 9 illustrations. 2011. Oxford & Oakville (CT): Oxbow: 978-1-84217-446-3 paperback£ 12.95.
BN Vis
Antiquity 86 (331), 274-275, 2012
42012
Engagement with Urban Soils Part I: Applying Maya Soil Connectivity Practices to Intergenerational Planning for Urban Sustainability
BN Vis, DL Evans, E Graham
Land 12 (4), 892, 2023
32023
Understanding by the Lines We Map: Material Boundaries and the Social Interpretation of Archaeological Built Space
BN Vis
Digital Geoarchaeology, 81-105, 2018
32018
Engagement with Urban Soils Part II: Starting Points for Sustainable Urban Planning Guidelines Derived from Maya Soil Connectivity
BN Vis, DL Evans, E Graham
Land 12 (4), 891, 2023
12023
Dust to Dust: Redesigning urban life in healthy soils
E Graham, BN Vis, DL Evans, C Isendahl
AWE International, 47-55, 2020
2020
Transitions and Transformations: Evidential Relations between Archaeology and Urban Morphology
B Vis
U+ D urbanform and design, 2020
2020
Global urbanization and food production in direct competition for land: leverage places to mitigate impacts on SDG2 and on the Earth System. Anthropocene Review 6 (1-2): 71-97
S Barthel, C Isendahl, BN Vis, A Drescher, DL Evans, A van Timmeren
2019
Assembly for Comparative Urbanisation and the Material Environment, Leeds, UK, 12-13 December 2012
BN Vis
Journal of Urban Morphology, 2013
2013
Review of Bintliff, J. and Pearce, M.,'The Death of Archaeological Theory?'
BN Vis
Antiquity, 274-275, 2012
2012
Concepts for Studying the Built Environment: A framework of socio-spatial reasoning for identifying and operationalising comparative analytical units in GIS
BN Vis
CAA 2012, 2011
2011
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