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AUB Faculty Book Publications: 2019-Present: Landscape Design and Ecosystem Management (LDEM)

Explore monograph and chapter publications authored, edited, or translated by AUB faculty and staff between 2019 and to date.

Books by year

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Al-Harithy, H., & Makhzoumi, J. (2019). Aleppo: An urban and landscape design studio. American University of Beirut (Department of Architecture and Design). Available at UL

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Hamin Infield, E. M., Abunnasr, Y., & Ryan, R. L. (Eds.). (2019). Planning for climate change: A reader in green infrastructure and sustainable design for resilient cities. Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781351201117 Available at UL

Books and book chapters by year

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Itani, M., Nasrallah, N., Sedaghatpour, M., Citton, M., Zaven, T., & Talhouk, S. N. (2022). Byblos world heritage site: A refuge for floral diversity. In D. Kertai & T. Zaven (Eds.), Byblos, gateway to the world (ch. 4). Sidestone Press. Forthcoming in October 2022 

Itani, M., Nasrallah, N., & Talhouk, S. N. (2022). Conserving native plants in Lebanese coastal towns and villages. In R. Berryman & G. Carolyn (Eds.), Imperiled: The encyclopedia of conservation (pp. 665-672). Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-821139-7.00219-1

Itani, M., Talhouk, S. N., El-Hajj, W., Nasrallah, N., & AbouFakher, H. (2022). Challenges and opportunities of collaborative research on biosphere reserves in the Mediterranean. In A. Barthes, C. Cibien, & B. Romagny (Eds.), Mediterranean biosphere reserves: The nexus for environmental management, education and research (pp. 31-45). Edu-BioMed. https://www.edubiomed.eu/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/eBook_Edu-BioMed_01.pdf 

Khechen, M. (2022). The interplay of politics and coastal tourism development. In G. Pungetti (Ed.), Routledge handbook of seascapes (pp. 411-431). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429273452

Makhzoumi, J., & Al-Sabbagh, S. (2022). Reconceptualising coastal rivers and streams. In G. Pungetti (Ed.), Routledge handbook of seascapes (pp. 306-322). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429273452

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Makhzoumi, J. (2021). Beirut's public realm and the discourse of landscape citizenships. In T. Waterman, J. Wolff, & E. Wall (Eds.), Landscape citizenships: Ecological, watershed and bioregional citizenships (pp. 182-204). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003037163 Available at UL

Trovato, M. G. (2021). Spatial inequalities and marginalization: Displaced Syrians in the Bekaa Valley, Lebanon. In T. Waterman, J. Wolff, & E. Wall (Eds.), Landscape citizenships: Ecological, watershed and bioregional citizenships (pp. 145-163). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003037163 Available at UL

Zurayk, R. (2021). Of seeds and wars: A political ecology of seeds in the formerly fertile ‎crescent‎. In B. G. Karlsson & A. Rabo (Eds.), Seedways: The circulation, control and care of plants in a warming world. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademien.

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Abunnasr, Y. (2020). The landscape as a basic unit for integrated energy planning in the Mediterranean. In A. L. Palazzo & F. Benelli (Eds.), Energy planning in Mediterranean landscapes: Innovation paths in practices and careers (pp. 49-55). Quodlibet. Available at UL

Tan, A., Adanacioğlu, N., Tuğrul Ay, S., Batal, M., Ghattas, H., & Talhouk, S. N. (2022). Where the wild things are. In D. Hunter, E. Monville-Oro, B. Burgos, C. Nyhria Rogel, B. Calub, J. Gonsalves, & N. Lauridsen (Eds.), Agrobiodiversity, school gardens and healthy diets: Promoting biodiversity, food and sustainable nutrition (pp. 267-275). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429053788 Available at UL

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Abunnasr, Y., & Hamin Infield, E. M. (2019). The green infrastructure transect: An organizational framework for mainstreaming adaptation planning policies. In E. M. Hamin Infield, Y. Abunnasr, & R. L. Ryan (Eds.), Planning for climate change: A reader in green infrastructure and sustainable design for resilient cities (pp. 184-194). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781351201117 Available at UL

Hamin Infield, E. M., Abunnasr, Y., & Ryan R. L. (2019). Book introduction. In E. M. Hamin Infield, Y. Abunnasr, & R. L. Ryan (Eds.), Planning for climate change: A reader in green infrastructure and sustainable design for resilient cities (pp. 1-6). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781351201117 Available at UL

Talhouk, S. N., Baalbaki, R., Haydar, S., Kays, W., Kayed, S., Al-Hindi, M., & Saliba, N. A. (2019). Contextualizing openness: A case study in water quality testing in Lebanon. In L. Chan, A. Okune, R. Hillyer, D. Albornoz, & A. Posada (Eds.), Contextualizing openness: Situating open science (pp. 107-121). University of Ottawa Press. https://press.uottawa.ca/contextualizing-openness.html