Scientific publications

Samira Ramezani, Kamyar Hasanzadeh, Tiina Laatikainen, Anna Kajosaari, and Marketta Kyttä, 2021, “Residential relocation and travel behavior change: investigating the effects of changes in the built environment, activity dispersion, car and bike ownership, and travel attitudes”, Transportation Research part A: Policy and Practice, Forthcoming.

Kajosaari, A., Haybatollahi, S. M., Hasanzadeh, K., & Kyttä, M. (2021). Examining the effects of residential location and stated residential preferences on activity space size and centricity. Travel Behaviour and Society, 23, 65–75.

Kajosaari, A., & Pasanen, T. P. (2021). Restorative benefits of everyday green exercise: A spatial approach. Landscape and Urban Planning, 206, 103978.

Fagerholm, N., Raymond, C. M., Olafsson, A. S., Brown, G., Rinne, T., Hasanzadeh, K., … & Kyttä, M. (2021). A methodological framework for analysis of participatory mapping data in research, planning, and management. International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 1-28.

Switalski, M., Grêt-Regamey, A., (2021). Operationalising place for land system science. Sustainability Science 16: 1-11.

Joram Schito, Daniele Moncecchi and Martin Raubal. Determining transmission line path alternatives using a valley-finding algorithm. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 86:101571, 2021.

Spielhofer, R., Hunziker, M., Kienast, F., Wissen Hayek, U., Grêt-Regamey, A. (2021). Does rated visual landscape quality match visual features? An analysis for renewable energy landscapes. Landscape and Urban Planning 209, 104000.

Spielhofer, R., Thrash, T., Wissen Hayek, U., Grêt-Regamey, A., Salak, B., Grübel, J., Schinazi, V.R. (2021). Physiological and behavioral reaction to renewable energy systems in various landscape types. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 135, 110410.

Jankowski, P., Forss, K., Czepkiewicz, M., Saarikoski, H., Kahila, M. 2021. Assessing impacts of PPGIS on urban land use planning: evidence from Finland and Poland. European Planning Studies.

Pesola, A. J., Hakala, P., Berg, P., Ramezani, S., Villanueva, K., Tuuva-Hongisto, S., Ronkainen, J., & Laatikainen, T. E. (2020). Does free public transit increase physical activity and independent mobility in children? Study protocol for comparing children’s activity between two Finnish towns with and without free public transit. BMC Public Health, 20(1), 1-10.

Raymond C.M., Kyttä M., & Fagerholm, N. (2020). Honouring the participatory mapping contributions and enduring legacy of Professor Gregory G. Brown. Applied Geography, 116.

Brown, G., Reed, P., & Raymond C.M. (2020). Mapping place values: 10 lessons from two decades of public participation GIS empirical research. Applied Geography, 116, 102156.

Ramezani, S., Soinio, L., & Kyttä, M. (2020).  Mobility management and the lifestyles of residents.  Lessons learnt from the Turku region and the implications to the future of the harbour area. Accessed at:

Pesola, A., Berg, P., Hakala, P., Kallio, J. & Laatikainen, T.E (2020). Maksuton joukkoliikenne: Uhka vai mahdollisuus lasten liikkumisessa? Liikunta & Tiede, 57 (4), 37–41.

Tolvanen, A., Kangas, K., Tarvainen, O., Huhta, E., Jäkäläniemi, A., Kyttä, … Tyrväinen, L. (2020). Data on recreational activities, respondents’ values, land use preferences, protection level and biodiversity in nature-based tourism areas in Finland. Data in Brief, 31.

Tolvanen, A., Kangas, K., Tarvainen, O., Huhta, E., Jäkäläniemi, A., Kyttä, M., …  Tyrväinen, L. (2020). The relationship between people’s activities and values with the protection level and biodiversity. Tourism Management, 81, 104141.

Baumeister, C. F., Gerstenberg, T., Plieninger, T., & Schraml, U. (2020a). Exploring cultural ecosystem service hotspots: Linking multiple urban forest features with public participation mapping data. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 48, 126561.

Gerstenberg, T., Baumeister, C.F., Schraml, U., & Plieninger, T. (2020). Hot routes in urban forests: The impact of multiple landscape features on recreational use intensity. Landscape and Urban Planning, 203.

Baumeister, C. F., Gerstenberg, T., Plieninger, T., & Schraml, U. (2020b). Geography of disservices in urban forests: public participation mapping for closing the loop. Submitted to: AMBIO A Journal of the Human Environment.

Nummi, P. (2020). Hallitsematon tekijä? – Sosiaalisen median rooli kaupunkisuunnittelussa
An Uncontrollable Factor? The Role of Social Media in Urban Planning. Aalto University publication series Doctoral Dissertations, 137/2020.

Arki, V., Koskikala, J., Fagerholm, N., Kisanga, D., & Käyhkö, N. (2020). Associations between local land use/land cover and place-based landscape service patterns in rural Tanzania. Ecosystem Services, 41, 101056.

Hasanzadeh, K., Kajosaari, A., Häggman, D., & Kyttä, M. (2020). A context sensitive approach to anonymizing public participation GIS data: From development to the assessment of anonymization effects on data quality. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 83, 101513.

Fagerholm, N., Martín‐López, B., Torralba, M., Oteros‐Rozas, E., Lechner, A.M., Bieling, C., Stahl Olafsson, A., Albert, C., Raymond, C.M., Garcia‐Martin, M., Gulsrud, N., & Plieninger, T. (2020). Perceived contributions of multifunctional landscapes to human well‐being: Evidence from 13 European sites. People and Nature, 2, 217-234.

Lechner, A.M., Verbrugge, L.N.H., Chelliah, A., Li, M., Ang, E., & Raymond, C.M., (2020). Rethinking tourism conflict potential within and between groups using participatory mapping. Landscape and Urban Planning, 203.

Kajosaari, A., & Laatikainen, T. E. (2020). Adults’ leisure-time physical activity and the neighborhood built environment: A contextual perspective. International Journal of Health Geographics, 19(1) doi:10.1186/s12942-020-00227-z

Beery, T. (2020). Exploring access to nature play in urban parks: Resilience, sustainability, and early childhood. Sustainability, 12, 4894.

Tan, Puay Yok, Zhang, Jingyuan, Masoudi, Mahyar, Alemu, Jahson B., Edwards, Peter J., Grêt-Regamey, Adrienne, Richards, Daniel R., Saunders, Justine, Song, Xiao P. and Lynn W. Wong. 2020. A conceptual framework to untangle the concept of urban ecosystem services. Landscape and Urban Planning 200: 103837. Grêt-Regamey, Adrienne, Galleguillos-Torres, Marcelo, Dissegna, Maria A. and Bettina Weibel. 2020. How urban densification influences ecosystem services – a comparison between a temperate and a tropical city. Environmental Research Letters 15.7: 075001.

Celio, E., Rabe, S.-E., Grêt-Regamey, A. (2020). Weiterentwicklung der Landwirtschaftlichen Planung zum Entwicklungsprozess ländlicher Raum (ELR): Für eine Stärkung der sector- und gemeindeübergreifenden Planung. ETH Zürich, Planung von Landschaft und Urbanen Systemen (PLUS).

Rabe, S. 2020. Assessing Ecosystem Services across Scales: From methodological linkages to implementation. Doctoral Thesis, Zurich, ETH Zurich.

Fischer, J., Wissen Hayek, U., Galleguillos Torres, M., Weibel, B., Grêt-Regamey, A. (2020). Investigating Effects of Animated 3D Point Cloud Simulations on Emotional Responses. Journal of Digital Landscape Architecture, 5-2020. Herbert Wichmann Verlag, VDE VERLAG GMBH, Berlin, Offenbach, 295-304.;

Joram Schito, Ulrike Wissen Hayek, Stefano Grassi, Philippe Bieri and Martin Raubal. Enhancing the 3D DSS for Supporting the Planning of Electric Power Systems: Integration of Underground Cables: Final Report. Swiss Federal Office of Energy (SFOE), 2020.

Joram Schito. Realistic Modeling of Power Transmission Lines with Geographic Information Systems. Dissertation, ETH Zurich, Zurich (Switzerland), 2020.

Ana Stritih, Sven-Erik Rabe, Orencio Robaina Martinez de Salinas, Adrienne Grêt-Regamey and Enrico Celio 2020. An online platform for spatial and iterative modelling with Bayesian Networks. Environmental Modelling & Software, 127, 104658.

R. Ntsiva N. Andriatsitohaina, Enrico Celio, Jorge C. Llopis, Zo H. Rabemananjara, Bruno S. Ramamonjisoa and Adrienne Grêt-Regamey, 2020. Participatory Bayesian network modeling to understand driving factors of land-use change decisions: insights from two case studies in northeast Madagascar. Journal of Land Use Science, 15: 0, 69-90.

Fagerholm, N., Eilola, S., Kisanga, D., Arki, V., & Käyhkö, N. (2019). Place-based landscape services and potential of participatory spatial planning in multifunctional rural landscapes in Southern highlands, Tanzania. Landscape Ecology, 34(7), 1769-1787.

Ramezani, S., Laatikainen, T., Hasanzadeh, K., & Kyttä, M. (2019). Shopping trip mode choice of older adults: an application of activity space and hybrid choice models in understanding the effects of built environment and personal goals. Transportation, 1-32.

Laatikainen, T. E., Haybatollahi, M., & Kyttä, M. (2019). Environmental, individual and personal goal influences on older adults’ walking in the Helsinki metropolitan area. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16(1), 58.

Laatikainen, T. E. (2019). Environments for healthy and active ageing. Aalto University publication series Doctoral Dissertations, 53/2019.

Käyhkö, N., Kharnis, Z.A., Eilola, S., Virtanen, E., Muhammad, M.J., Viitasalo, M., & Fagerholm, N. (2019). The role of place-based knowledge in supporting integrated coastal and marine spatial planning in Zanzibar, Tanzania. Ocean & Coastal Management 117, 64-75.

Eilola, S., Käyhkö, N., Ferdinands, A., & Fagerholm, N. (2019). A bird’s eye view of my village–Developing participatory geospatial methodology for local level land use planning in the Southern Highlands of Tanzania. Landscape and Urban Planning, 190, 103596.

Hasanzadeh, K. (2019). Spatial units of analysis: are there better ways?-An empirical framework for use of individualized activity space models in environmental health promotion research. Aalto University publication series Doctoral Dissertations, 74/2019.

Solecka, I., Bothmer, D., & Głogowski, A. (2019). Recognizing Landscapes for the Purpose of Sustainable Development-Experiences from Poland. Sustainability, 11(12), 3429.

Sylla, M., & Solecka, I. (2019). Highly valued agricultural landscapes and their ecosystem services in the urban-rural fringe-an integrated approach. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 63(5), 883-911.

Rantanen, H., & Kahila, M. (2009). The SoftGIS approach to local knowledge. Journal of Environmental Management 90(6), 1981-1990.

Hasanzadeh K., Kyttä, M., & Brown, G. (2019). Beyond housing preferences: Urban structure and actualisation of residential area preferences. Urban Science, 3, 1-17.

Kajosaari, A., Hasanzadeh, K., & Kyttä, M. (2019). Residential dissonance and walking for transport. Journal of Transport Geography, 74, 134-144. doi:10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2018.11.012

Hasanzadeh, K. (2019). Spatial units of analysis: are there better ways?-An empirical framework for use of individualized activity space models in environmental health promotion research. Aalto University publication series Doctoral Dissertations, 74/2019.

Kahila-Tani, M., Kyttä, M., & Geertman, S. (2019). Does mapping improve public participation? Exploring the pros and cons of using public participation GIS in urban planning practices. Landscape and Urban Planning, 186, 45-55.

Fagerholm, N., Torralba, M., Moreno, G., Girardello, M., Herzog, F., Aviron, S., Burgess. P., Crous, J., Ferreiro-Domínguez, N., Graves, A., Hartel, T., Măcicăsan, V., Kay, S., Pantera, A., Varga, A. & Plieninger, T. (2019). Cross-site analysis of perceived ecosystem service benefits in multifunctional landscapes. Global Environmental Change 56, 134-147.

Plieninger, T., Torralba, M., Hartel, T. & Fagerholm, N. (2019). Perceived ecosystem services synergies, trade-offs, and bundles in European high nature value farming landscapes. Landscape Ecology 34 (7), 1565-1581.

Hasanzadeh, K., Czepkiewicz, M., Heinonen, M., Kyttä, M., Ala-Mantila, S., & Ottelin, J. (2019). Beyond geometries of activity spaces: A holistic study of daily travel patterns, individual characteristics, and perceived wellbeing in Helsinki metropolitan area.  Journal of Transport and Land Use, 12(1), 149-177.

Laatikainen, T. E., Haybatollahi, M., & Kyttä, M. (2019). Environmental, individual and personal goal influences on older adults’ walking in the Helsinki Metropolitan Area. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16(1). DOI: 10.3390/ijerph16010058

Joram Schito, Joshu Jullier and Martin Raubal. A framework for integrating stakeholder preferences when deciding on power transmission line corridors. EURO Journal on Decision Processes, Springer, vol. 7(3), pages 159-195, 2019.

Joram Schito, Ulrike Wissen Hayek and Martin Raubal. Enhanced multi criteria decision analysis for planning power transmission lines. GIScience Conference 2018, Melbourne, Australia. DOI: 10.4230/LIPIcs.GISCIENCE.2018.15

Salak, B., Kienast, F., Olschewski, R., Spielhofer, R., Wissen Hayek, U., Grêt-Regamey, A., Hunziker, M. (2019). steuerBAR? Wo wollen wir «Energielandschaften» und wo nicht? In A. Björnsen Gurung (Ed.), WSL Berichte: Vol. 84 «Schweiz erneuerbar!», 15-22.

Wissen Hayek, U., Müller, K., Göbel, F., Kiefer, P., Spielhofer, R., Grêt-Regamey, A. (2019). 3D Point Clouds and Eye Tracking for Investigating the Perception and Acceptance of Power Lines in Different Landscapes. Multimodal Technologies and Interaction 3(2), 40;

Wissen Hayek, U., Spielhofer, R., Grêt-Regamey, A. (2019). Preparing 3D Point Clouds as Stimuli for Landscape Preference Studies: Lessons Learned. Journal of Digital Landscape Architecture, 4-2019. Herbert Wichmann Verlag, VDE VERLAG GMBH Berlin, Offenbach, 250 – 257,

Wissen Hayek, U., Spielhofer, R., Salak, B., Luthe, T., Steiger, U., Hunziker, M., Kienast, F., Thrash, T., Schiazi, V., Grêt-Regamey, A. (2019). Empfehlungen für eine Landschaftsentwicklung durch Anlagen erneuerbarer Energien in der Schweiz – Räumliche Potenziale, Konflikte, Präferenzen und Empfehlungen für die Praxis. NFP 70-Projekt «ENERGYSCAPE». Broschüre für das Bundesamt für Energie.

Wissen Hayek, U., Spielhofer, R., Salak, B., Hunziker, M., Kienast, F., Thrash, T., Schinazi, V., Luthe, T., Steiger, U., Grêt-Regamey, A. (2019). ENERGYSCAPE – Recommendations for a Landscape Strategy for Renewable Energy Systems. Swiss National Research Programme NRP 70 «Energy Turnaround», Swiss Federal Office of Energy, Final Report.

Korpilo, S., Jalkanen, J., Virtanen, T., & Lehvävirta, S. (2018). Where are the hotspots and coldspots of landscape values, visitor use and biodiversity in an urban forest? PloS one13(9), e0203611.

Laatikainen, T. E., Hasanzadeh, K., & Kyttä, M. (2018). Capturing exposure in environmental health research: Challenges and opportunities of different activity space models. International Journal of Health Geographics, 17(1), 29.

Ives, C.D., Gordon, A., Oke, C., Raymond, C.M., Hehir, A., & Bekessy, S.A., (2018). Spatial scale influences how people value and perceive green open space. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 61(12), 2133-2150.

Plieninger, T., av Rana, H.Á., Fagerholm, N., Ellingsgaard, G.F., Magnussen, E., Raymond, C.M., Stahl Olafsson, A., & Verbrugge, L.N.H. (2018). Identifying and assessing the potential for conflict between landscape values and development preferences on the Faroe Islands. Global environmental change, 52, 162-180.

Solecka, I. (2018). The use of landscape value assessment in spatial planning and sustainable land management
– a review. Landscape Research,

Paloniemi, R., Niemelä, J., Soininen, N., Laatikainen, T., Vierikko, K., Rekola, A., … Kyttä, M. (2018). Environmental justice for the governance of aquatic environments. Local Environment, 23(3), 366-377.

Kyttä, M., Oliver, M., Ikeda, E., Ahmadi, E.. Omiya, I., & Laatikainen, T. (2018). Children as urbanites: Mapping the affordances and behavior settings of urban environments for Finnish and Japanese children. Children’s Geographies, 16(3), 319–332.

Czepkiewicz M., Ottelin J., Ala-Mantila S., Heinonen J., Hasanzadeh K., & Kyttä M. (2018) Urban structural and socioeconomic effects on local, regional and international travel patterns and greenhouse gas emissions. Journal of Transport Geography, 68, 130–141.

Brown, G., & Kyttä, M. (2018). Key issues and priorities in participatory mapping: Toward integration or increased specialization? Applied Geography, 95, 1-8. doi:10.1016/j.apgeog.2018.04.002

Hasanzadeh K. Laatikainen, T. & Kyttä, M. (2018) A place-based model of local activity spaces: individual place exposure and characteristics. Journal of Geographical Systems, 5, 1-26.

Samira Ramezani and Marketta Kyttä, 2018, “Unlocking the Complexity of Residential Location Choice and Transportation Mode Choice”, presented in the Aesop Annual Conference, July 2018, Gothenburg, Sweden.

Nummi, P. (2018). Crowdsourcing Local Knowledge with PPGIS and Social Media for Urban Planning to Reveal Intangible Cultural Heritage. Urban Planning, 3(1), 100–115.

Bettina Weibel, Sven-Erik Rabe, Benjamin Burkhard and Adrienne Grêt-Regamey, 2018. On the importance of a broad stakeholder network for developing a credible, salient and legitimate tiered approach for assessing ecosystem services. One Ecosystem, 3, e25470.

Benjamin Burkhard, Joachim Maes, Marion Potschin-Young, Fernando Santos-Martín, Davide Geneletti, et al. 2018. Mapping and assessing ecosystem services in the EU – Lessons learned from the ESMERALDA approach of integration. One Ecosystem, 3, e29153.

Wissen Hayek, U., Endres, L, Spielhofer, R., Grêt-Regamey, A. (2018). Sound ambiences consistent with visualizations of landscape types – An evaluation. Journal of Digital Landscape Architecture 3, 172-180. doi:

Korpilo, S., Virtanen, T., & Lehvävirta, S. (2017). Smartphone GPS tracking—Inexpensive and efficient data collection on recreational movement. Landscape and Urban Planning157, 608-617.

Ives, C.D., Oke, C., Hehir, A., Gordon, A., Wang, Y., & Bekessy, S.A. (2017). Capturing residents’ values for urban green space: Mapping, analysis and guidance for practice. Landscape and Urban Planning161, 32-43.

Laatikainen, T. E., Piiroinen, R., Lehtinen, E., & Kyttä, M. (2017). PPGIS approach for defining multimodal travel thresholds: Accessibility of popular recreation environments by the water. Applied Geography, 79, 93-102.

Laatikainen, T. E., Broberg, A., Kyttä, M. (2017). The physical environment of positive places: Exploring differences between age groups. Preventive Medicine, 95, S85–S91. DOI: 10.1016/j.ypmed.2016.11.015

Hasanzadeh, K., Broberg, A., & Kyttä, M. (2017). Where is my neighborhood? A dynamic individual-based definition of home ranges and implementation of multiple evaluation criteria. Applied Geography, 84, 1-10. 

Brown G, Strickland-Munro J, Kobryn H, Moore SA (2017). Mixed methods participatory GIS: An evaluation of the validity of qualitative and quantitative mapping methods. Applied Geography 79, 153-166.doi: 10.1016/j.apgeog.2016.12.015

Kobryn, H T, Brown, G, Munro, J, and Moore, SA (2017). Cultural ecosystem values of the Kimberley coastline: An empirical analysis with implications for coastal and marine policy. Ocean & Coastal Management.

Munro J, Pearce J, Brown G, Kobryn H, Moore S.A. (2017) Identifying ‘public values’ for marine and coastal planning: Are residents and non-residents really so different? Ocean & Coastal Management 148, 9-21

Munro J, Kobryn H, Palmer D, Bayley S, and Moore S. A. (2017). Charting the coast: spatial planning for tourism using public participation GIS. Current Issues in Tourism

Moore, S.A., G. Brown, H. Kobryn and J. Strickland-Munro. 2017. Identifying conflict potential in a coastal and marine environment using participatory mapping. Journal of Environmental Management 197: 706-718.

Christian Albert, Carsten Neßhöver, Matthias Schröter, Heidi Wittmer, Aletta Bonn, et al. 2017. Towards a National Ecosystem Assessment in Germany: A Plea for a Comprehensive Approach. GAIA – Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society, vol. 26: 1, 27-33.

Adrienne Grêt-Regamey, Bettina Weibel, Sven-Erik Rabe and Benjamin Burkhard, 2017. A tiered approach for ecosystem services mapping. In Mapping Ecosystem Services, edited by Burkhard, Benjamin and Maes, Joachim, pp. 213-217, Sofia: Pensoft Publishers.

Fabio Veronesi, Joram Schito, Stefano Grassi and Martin Raubal. Automatic selection of weights for GIS-based multicriteria decision analysis: site selection of transmission towers as a case study. Applied Geography 83:78–85, 2017. blication in a new line.

Jankowski, P., Czepkiewicz, M., Mlodkowski, M., Zwolinski, Z., & Wojcicki. 2017. Evaluating the scalability of public participation in urban land use planning: A comparison of Geoweb methods with face-to-face meetings. Environment and Planning B, 46(3): 511-533 DOI: 10.1177/2399808317719709

Czepkiewicz, M., Jankowski, P., & Mlodkowski, M. 2017. Geo-questionnaires in urban planning: recruitment methods, participant engagement, and data quality. Cartography and Geographic Information Science, 44(6): 551-567,

Raymond, C. M., Gottwald, S., Kuoppa, J., & Kyttä, M. (2016). Integrating multiple elements of environmental justice into urban blue space planning using public participation geographic information systems. Landscape and Urban Planning, 153, 198–208.

Gottwald, S., Laatikainen, T. E., & Kyttä, M. (2016). Exploring the usability of PPGIS among older adults: challenges and opportunities. International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 30(12), 2321-2338.

Raymond, C. M., Gottwald, S., Kuoppa, J., & Kyttä, M. (2016). Integrating multiple elements of environmental justice into urban blue space planning using public participation geographic information systems. Landscape and Urban Planning, 153, 198-208.

Kyttä, M., Broberg, A., Haybatollahi, M., & Schmidt-Thomé, K. (2016). Urban happiness: Context-sensitive study of the social sustainability of urban settings. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, 43(1), 34-57. doi:10.1177/0265813515600121

Strickland-Munro J, Kobryn H, Brown G, Moore S (2016) Valuing The Wild, Remote And Beautiful: Using Public Participation Gis To Inform Tourism Planning In The Kimberley, Western Australia International Journal of Sustainable Development and Planning DOI: 10.2495/SDP-V11-N3-355-364

Strickland-Munro J, Kobryn H, Brown G, Moore S (July 2016) Marine spatial planning for the future: Using Public Participation GIS (PPGIS) to inform the human dimension for large marine parks Marine Policy DOI: 10.1016/j.marpol.2016.07.011

Pearce J, Strickland-Munro J, Moore S (June 2016) What fosters awe-inspiring experiences in nature-based tourism destinations?, Journal of Sustainable Tourism, DOI: 10.1080/09669582.2016.1213270

Grêt-Regamey, A, Altwegg, J, Sirén, EA, van Strien, MJ, Weibel, B, (2017) Integrating ecosystem services into spatial planning—A spatial decision support tool. Landscape and Urban Planning 165, 206-219.

Käyhkö, N., Fagerholm, N., & J. Mzee, A. (2015). Local farmers’ place-based forest benefits and government interventions behind land and forest cover transitions in Zanzibar, Tanzania. Journal of Land Use Science, 10(2), 150-173.

Ives, C.D., Biggs, D., Hardy, M.J., Lechner, A.M., Wolnicki, M., & Raymond, C.M. (2015). Using social data in strategic environmental assessment to conserve biodiversity. Land Use Policy47, 332-341.

Eilola, S., Fagerholm, N., Mäki, S., Khamis, M., & Käyhkö, N. (2015). Realization of participation and spatiality in participatory forest management–a policy–practice analysis from Zanzibar, Tanzania. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 58(7), 1242-1269.

Laatikainen, T., Tenkanen, H., Kyttä, M., & Toivonen, T. (2015). Comparing conventional and PPGIS approaches in measuring equality of access to urban aquatic environments. Landscape and Urban Planning, 144, 22-33.

Broberg, A., & Sarjala, S. (2015). School travel mode choice and the characteristics of the urban built
environment: The case of Helsinki, Finland. Transport Policy, 37, 1–10.

Broberg, A. (2015). They’ll never walk alone? The multiple settings of children’s active transportation and independent mobility. Aalto University publication series Doctoral Dissertations, 94/2015.

Kahila-Tani, M., Broberg, A., Kyttä, M., & Tyger, T. (2015). Let the citizens map – Public participation GIS as a planning support system in the Helsinki 2050 master planning process. Planning Practice & Research 13, 195-214.

Kahila-Tani, M. (2015). Reshaping the planning process using local experiences: Utilising PPGIS in participatory urban planning. Aalto University publication series Doctoral Dissertations, 223/2015.

Haybatollahi, M., Czepkiewicz, M., Laatikainen, T., & Kyttä, M. (2015). Neighbourhood preferences, active travel behaviour, and built environment: An exploratory study. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 29, 57–69.

Brown G, Strickland-Munro J, Kobryn H, Moore S (2015) Stakeholder analysis for marine conservation planning using public participation GIS Applied Geography DOI:10.1016/j.apgeog.2015.12.004

Eilola, S., Käyhkö, N., Fagerholm, N., & Kombo, Y. H. (2014). Linking farmers’ knowledge, farming strategies, and consequent cultivation patterns into the identification of healthy agroecosystem characteristics at local scales. Agroecology and sustainable food systems, 38(9), 1047-1077.

Kyttä, M., Kuoppa, J., Hirvonen, J., Ahmadi, E., & Tzoulas, T. (2014). Perceived safety of the retrofit neighborhood: a place-based approach. Urban Design International, 19(4), 311–328.

Schmidt-Thome, K., Wallin, S., Laatikainen, T., Kangasoja, J. & Kyttä, M. (2014). Exploring the use of PPGIS in self-organizing urban development: Case softGIS in Pacific Beach. Journal of Community Informatics, 10(3).

Tolvanen, A., Kangas, K., Vendelin, I., Huhta, E., Hytönen, M., Jäkäläniemi, A., Kyttä, M.,… Tyrväinen, L. (2014). Vaaka punnitsee, arvottaa, tasapainottaa –toimintamalli Vaara-Kainuun matkailualueiden suunnitteluun. 62 p. Grano.

Salonen, M., Broberg, A., Kyttä, M., & Toivonen, T. (2014). Do suburban residents prefer the fastest or low-carbon travel modes? Combining public participation GIS and multimodal travel time analysis for daily mobility research.  Applied Geography, 53, 438–448.

Brown, G., & Kyttä, M. (2014). Key issues and research priorities for public participation GIS (PPGIS): A synthesis based on empirical research. Applied Geography, 46, 122-136. doi:10.1016/j.apgeog.2013.11.004

Altwegg, J. (2014). Entscheidungsunterstützungssystem für eine nachhaltige Bauzonenausweisung (Spatial decision support system for a sustainable allocation of building zones). Doctoral dissertation. 10.3929/ethz-a-010192585

Fagerholm, N., Käyhkö, N., & Van Eetvelde, V. (2013). Landscape characterization integrating expert and local spatial knowledge of land and forest resources. Environmental management, 52(3), 660-682.

Broberg, A., Kyttä, M., & Fagerholm, N. (2013). Child-friendly urban structures: Bullerby revisited.  Journal of Environmental Psychology, 35, 110–120.

Broberg, A., Salminen, S., & Kyttä, M. (2013). Physical environmental characteristics promoting independent and active transport to children’s meaningful places. Applied Geography, 38, 43-52.

Schmidt-Thomé, K., Haybatollahi, M., Kyttä, M., & Korpi, J. (2013). The environmental prospects of urban densification in the light of place-based data from the residents of Kuninkaankolmio. Environment Research Letters, 8, 1-11.

Kyttä, M., Broberg, A., Tzoulas, T., & Snabb, K. (2013). Towards contextually sensitive urban densification: Location-based softGIS knowledge revealing perceived residential environmental quality. Landscape and Urban Planning, 113, 30-46. doi:10.1016/j.landurbplan.2013.01.008

Fagerholm, N., Käyhkö, N., Ndumbaro, F., & Khamis, M. (2012). Community stakeholders’ knowledge in landscape assessments–Mapping indicators for landscape services. Ecological Indicators, 18, 421-433.

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