Upcoming Talks at AAG New Orleans in March!
The lab will be hosting a session on urban extreme event scenarios based on UREx work:
"Future Scenarios of Urban Extreme Events"
and giving a talk on:
"Geolocated social media as a rapid indicator of park visitation and equitable park access"
Integrated decision support for vacant land reuse
Hamstead, Zoé*, Zhenduo Zhu, Shawn Matott and Alan Rabideau. October, 2017. Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning. Denver, Colorado.
Collaborative climate action planning for addressing vulnerability to extreme heat.
Hamstead, Zoé*. April, 2017. American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting. Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
Walker, Eric* & Zoé Hamstead*. December, 2017. Forming & Norming collaborative research/practice for thermal management. Smart Cities Workshop organized by National Science Foundation Smart & Connected Communities and Rafik Hariri Institute, Boston University. Washington, D.C.
Hamstead, Zoé*. September, 2017. Collaborative climate planning in urban communities. Adirondack Mountain Club. Buffalo, New York.
Hamstead, Zoé*. April, 2017. Collaborative climate action planning for addressing vulnerability to extreme heat. American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting. Boston, Massachusetts.
Hamstead, Zoé*. October, 2016. Resilience and vulnerability to extreme heat in New York City. Global Land Project. Beijing, China.
Hamstead, Zoé*. May, 2016. Vulnerability to extreme heat in cities: Geographic patterns of exposures and health-related sensitivities. Climate & Health Program, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University, New York, New York, USA.
Hamstead, Zoé*, Carson Farmer and Timon McPhearson. March-April, 2016. Using remote sensing and social data to link heat exposure and susceptibility in New York City. American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting. San Francisco, California, USA.
Zoé Hamstead*. January, 2016. Changing landscapes and rising temperatures in New York City: Examining social-ecological dynamics of urban resilience and vulnerability to extreme climate events. Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning, State University of New York, Buffalo, New York, USA.
Hamstead, Zoé*, Timon McPhearson, Carson Farmer and Aurash Khawarzad. January, 2016. Resilience & vulnerability to heat waves in New York City: Exposure, susceptibility and coping capacities. 1st Annual National Science Foundation Urban Resilience to Extremes Sustainable Research Network Meeting. Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, USA. (Poster presentation)
McPhearson, Timon* and Zoé Hamstead*. January, 2016. Social media and other big data for advancing a systems understanding of benefits of urban green space. Science of the Living City Seminar Series, New York City Urban Field Station, U.S. Forest Service, New York, New York, USA.
Hamstead, Zoé and Timon McPhearson*. November, 2015. Modeling urban ecosystem service change: Opportunities and uncertainties. 8th Conference of the Ecosystem Services Partnership. Stellenbosch, South Africa.
Zoé Hamstead*. November, 2015. Changing landscapes and rising temperatures in New York City: Understanding urban vulnerability to socio-natural hazards. Environmental Studies and Sciences Department, Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, California, USA.
Hamstead, Zoé*, Carson Farmer and Timon McPhearson. September-October, 2015. A framework for linking complexity science, urban ecology and environmental justice. Complex Systems Society ’15, Tempe, Arizona, USA.
Hamstead, Zoé*, Peleg Kremer, Timon McPhearson. August, 2015. Advancing urban ecosystem assessment for urban planning, Natural Capital Symposium, Ecological Society of America 100th Annual Conference, Baltimore, Maryland, USA.
Hamstead, Zoé*, Peleg Kremer, Neele Larondelle, Timon McPhearson, and Dagmar Haase. September, 2014. Urban structure classification for ecosystem services. 7th Annual Ecosystem Services Partnership Conference: Local Action for the Common Good. San José, Costa Rica.
Hamstead, Zoé*, Neele Larondelle, Peleg Kremer, Timon McPhearson, and Dagmar Haase. September, 2014. Decision-support tools for ecosystem services: Developing generalizable approaches. 7th Annual Ecosystem Services Partnership Conference: Local Action for the Common Good. San José, Costa Rica.
Hamstead, Zoé*, Peleg Kremer, Timon McPhearson, Neele Larondelle and Dagmar Haase. June, 2014. Comparative urban ecology for resilient urban design: A classification approach for urban heat island. Association for Environmental Studies and Sciences 2014 Conference. New York, New York, USA.
McPhearson, Timon, Peleg Kremer*, Zoé Hamstead*. January, 2014. Urban ecosystem services and social-ecological research in New York City. Yale urban ecosystem services symposium: New tools to guide ecosystem management in an urbanizing world. New Haven, Connecticut, USA.
Larondelle, Neele*, Zoé Hamstead*, Peleg Kremer, Dagmar Haase, and Timon McPhearson. November, 2013. A generic land-use classification: Relating urban form to ecological function. 2nd Annual URBES Workshop. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain.
Hamstead, Zoé*, Neele Larondelle, Peleg Kremer, Timon McPhearson and Dagmar Haase. July, 2013. Deriving evaluation units for ecosystem services in urban areas: new methods using remote sensing data. 1st Congress of the Society for Urban Ecology. Berlin, Germany.
Zoé Hamstead*. March, 2013. Classification for cross-city Comparison: Parameterization of service providing units for local climate regulation. 2nd Annual URBES Meeting. Technische Universität München, Freising, Germany.
Hamstead, Zoé*. November, 2012. Urban ecology and health: Integrating the emerging science of urban ecosystem services with built environment and health research. Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany.
Hamstead, Zoé A.*, William Gallo, P. Timon McPhearson, and Peleg Kremer. October, 2012. Urban ecology and health: the role of green space in promoting physical activity among senior citizens in New York City. EcoSummit, Columbus, OH, USA.
Fajardo, Alejandro, Zoé A. Hamstead, Nadja Kunz, Michael Sachs* and Shweta Singh. October, 2012. Using insights from statistical physics to model common pool resource management. EcoSummit, Columbus, OH, USA.
McPhearson, P. Timon*, Peleg Kremer and Zoé Hamstead. October, 2012. Non-economic ecosystem services assessment of urban land in the New York City social-ecological system. EcoSummit, Columbus, Ohio, USA.
Kremer, Peleg*, Timon McPhearson and Zoé Hamstead. June, 2012. New York City Social-Ecological Systems: A Multi-Criteria Ecosystem Services Valuation Approach. International Society for Ecological Economics Conference, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Kremer, Peleg*, Zoé Hamstead and Timon McPhearson. 2012. New York City Social-Ecological Systems: A Non-Economic Ecosystem Valuation Approach. ICLEI (Local Governments for Sustainability) World Congress, Belo Horizonte, Brazil.
Kremer, Peleg*, P. Timon McPhearson, and Zoé Hamstead. 2012. Vacant lots and the urban ecosystem. Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., USA.
McPhearson, Timon*, Peleg Kremer and Zoé Hamstead. January, 2012. Non-economic valuation of urban ecosystem services in the New York City Social-Ecological System. 1st Annual URBES Meeting, Stockholm Resilience Centre and Beijer Institute for Ecological Economics, Stockholm, Sweden.
Kremer, Peleg*, Zoé Hamstead and Timon McPhearson. 2011. Regional Biosphere Design and Ecosystem Approaches to the Metro New York City Region. Environmental Consortium of Hudson Valley Colleges and Universities, New York, New York, USA.
McPhearson, Timon*, Peleg Kremer, and Zoé Hamstead. October, 2011. The New York City Social-Ecological System: An Urban Biosphere Approach to Ecosystem Service Assessment. ICLEI/UNESCO sponsored, Urban Biosphere (URBIS) Workshop, UNESCO, United Nations, New York, New York, USA.
Safransky, Sara* and Zoé Hamstead*. April, 2008. A civil society/university collaboration to rebuild local food systems in North Carolina: Assessing the potential. The Fate of Food Conference, University of North Carolina Department of Geography, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA.
Salvesen, David*, Peter Zambito*, and Zoé Hamstead*. April, 2008. Safe schools: Identifying environmental threats to children attending public schools in North Carolina. Florida State University School Siting and Healthy Schools Symposium, Tallahassee, Florida, USA.