Daniel Eli Orenstein
Daniel Eli Orenstein
Associate Professor, Architecture and Town Planning, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
Verified email at ar.technion.ac.il - Homepage
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An integrated conceptual framework for long‐term social–ecological research
SL Collins, SR Carpenter, SM Swinton, DE Orenstein, DL Childers, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 9 (6), 351-357, 2011
The effect of plant litter on ecosystem properties in a Mediterranean semi‐arid shrubland
B Boeken, D Orenstein
Journal of Vegetation Science 12 (6), 825-832, 2001
Cross-cultural perceptions of ecosystem services: A social inquiry on both sides of the Israeli–Jordanian border of the Southern Arava Valley Desert
H Sagie, A Morris, Y Rofè, DE Orenstein, E Groner
Journal of Arid Environments 97, 38-48, 2013
In the eye of the stakeholder: Changes in perceptions of ecosystem services across an international border
DE Orenstein, E Groner
Ecosystem Services, 2014
Genesis, goals and achievements of Long-Term Ecological Research at the global scale: A critical review of ILTER and future directions
M Mirtl, ET Borer, I Djukic, M Forsius, H Haubold, W Hugo, J Jourdan, ...
Science of the Total Environment 626, 1439-1462, 2018
To populate or preserve? Evolving political-demographic and environmental paradigms in Israeli land-use policy
DE Orenstein, SP Hamburg
Land Use Policy 26 (4), 984-1000, 2009
Population growth and environmental impact: Ideology and academic discourse in Israel
DE Orenstein
Population and Environment 26 (1), 41-60, 2004
Development of LTSER platforms in LTER-Europe: challenges and experiences in implementing place-based long-term socio-ecological research in selected regions
M Mirtl, DE Orenstein, M Wildenberg, J Peterseil, M Frenzel
Long term socio-ecological research, 409-442, 2013
Changes in biodiversity and trade-offs among ecosystem services, stakeholders, and components of well-being: the contribution of the International Long-Term Ecological Research …
M Maass, P Balvanera, P Bourgeron, M Equihua, J Baudry, J Dick, ...
Ecology and Society 21 (3), 2016
Population and pavement: population growth and land development in Israel
DE Orenstein, SP Hamburg
Population and Environment 31 (4), 223-254, 2010
A methodology for evaluating transdisciplinary research on coupled socio-ecological systems
JM Holzer, N Carmon, DE Orenstein
Ecological Indicators 85, 808-819, 2018
What is socio-ecological research delivering? A literature survey across 25 international LTSER platforms
J Dick, DE Orenstein, JM Holzer, C Wohner, AL Achard, C Andrews, ...
Science of The Total Environment 622, 1225-1240, 2018
A Comparative Framework for Assessing Sustainability Initiatives at the Regional Scale
DE Orenstein, D Shach-Pinsley
World Development, 2017
How much is built? Quantifying and interpreting patterns of built space from different data sources
DE Orenstein, BA Bradley, J Albert, JF Mustard, SP Hamburg
International Journal of Remote Sensing 32 (9), 2621-2644, 2011
Methodology matters: measuring urban spatial development using alternative methods
DE Orenstein, A Frenkel, F Jahshan
Environment and Planning B 40, 2013
The immersive visualization theater: A new tool for ecosystem assessment and landscape planning
DE Orenstein, H Zimroni, E Eizenberg
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 54, 347-355, 2015
Protected Area management: Fusion and confusion with the ecosystem services approach
C Hummel, D Poursanidis, D Orenstein, M Elliott, MC Adamescu, ...
Science of The Total Environment 651, 2432-2443, 2019
An elephant in the planning room: Political demography and its influence on sustainable land-use planning in drylands
DE Orenstein, L Jiang, SP Hamburg
Journal of Arid Environments 75 (6), 596-611, 2011
More than language is needed in valuing ecosystem services
D Orenstein
BioScience 63 (12), 913, 2013
Environmental tastes, opinions and behaviors: social sciences in the service of cultural ecosystem service assessment
T Katz-Gerro, DE Orenstein
Ecology and Society 20 (3), 28, 2015
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