Participatory mapping studies during the pandemic

The covid-19 pandemic raised great interest to study the consequences of it on green space use, outdoor recreation and mobility in cities through participatory mapping methods. Below we have collected scientific articles that have been published recently. There might be even more!

  • Samuelsson, K., Barthel, S., Giusti, M. and Hartig, T., 2021. Visiting nearby natural settings supported wellbeing during Sweden’s “soft-touch” pandemic restrictions. Landscape and Urban Planning, 214, p.104176.
  • Bohman, H., Ryan, J., Stjernborg, V. and Nilsson, D., 2021. A study of changes in everyday mobility during the Covid-19 pandemic: As perceived by people living in Malmö, Sweden. Transport policy, 106, pp.109-119.
  • Korpilo, S., Kajosaari, A., Rinne, T., Hasanzadeh, K., Raymond, C.M. and Kyttä, M., 2021. Coping with crisis: green space use in Helsinki before and during COVID-19. Frontiers in Sustainable Cities, p.99.
  • Fagerholm, N., Eilola, S. and Arki, V., 2021. Outdoor recreation and nature’s contribution to well-being in a pandemic situation-Case Turku, Finland. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 64, p.127257.
  • Hansen, A.S., Beery, T., Fredman, P. and Wolf-Watz, D., 2022. Outdoor recreation in Sweden during and after the Covid-19 pandemic–management and policy implications. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, pp.1-22.
  • Legeby, A., Koch D., Duarte, F., Heine, C., Benson, T., Fugigliando, U and Ratti, C., 2022. New urban habits in Stockholm following COVID-19. Urban Studies.

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