Anna Jorgensen
Anna Jorgensen
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Verified email at sheffield.ac.uk
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Woodland spaces and edges: their impact on perception of safety and preference
A Jorgensen, J Hitchmough, T Calvert
Landscape and urban planning 60 (3), 135-150, 2002
3052002
Evaluating restoration in urban green spaces: Does setting type make a difference?
AE Van den Berg, A Jorgensen, ER Wilson
Landscape and Urban Planning 127, 173-181, 2014
2072014
Woodland as a setting for housing-appreciation and fear and the contribution to residential satisfaction and place identity in Warrington New Town, UK
A Jorgensen, J Hitchmough, N Dunnett
Landscape and Urban Planning 79 (3-4), 273-287, 2007
1832007
Ambivalent landscapes—wilderness in the urban interstices
A Jorgensen, M Tylecote
Landscape Research 32 (4), 443-462, 2007
1712007
Enjoyment and fear in urban woodlands–Does age make a difference?
A Jorgensen, A Anthopoulou
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 6 (4), 267-278, 2007
1482007
Shades of green: measuring the ecology of urban green space in the context of human health and well-being
A Jorgensen, PH Gobster
Nature and Culture 5 (3), 338-363, 2010
1312010
All about the ˇwow factor˘? The relationships between aesthetics, restorative effect and perceived biodiversity in designed urban planting
H Hoyle, J Hitchmough, A Jorgensen
Landscape and urban planning 164, 109-123, 2017
1172017
Biodiverse perennial meadows have aesthetic value and increase residents˘ perceptions of site quality in urban green-space
GE Southon, A Jorgensen, N Dunnett, H Hoyle, KL Evans
Landscape and Urban Planning 158, 105-118, 2017
1162017
Urban wildscapes
A Jorgensen, R Keenan
Routledge, 2012
1142012
Beyond the view: Future directions in landscape aesthetics research
A Jorgensen
Landscape and Urban Planning 100 (4), 353-355, 2011
962011
Perceived species-richness in urban green spaces: Cues, accuracy and well-being impacts
GE Southon, A Jorgensen, N Dunnett, H Hoyle, KL Evans
Landscape and Urban Planning 172, 1-10, 2018
702018
“Not in their front yard” The opportunities and challenges of introducing perennial urban meadows: A local authority stakeholder perspective
H Hoyle, A Jorgensen, P Warren, N Dunnett, K Evans
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 25, 139-149, 2017
482017
The social and cultural context of ecological plantings
A Jorgensen
The Dynamic Landscape: Design, Ecology and Management of Naturalistic Urban …, 2004
392004
Domestic gardens and self-reported health: a national population study
P Brindley, A Jorgensen, R Maheswaran
International journal of health geographics 17 (1), 1-11, 2018
332018
Understanding the socioeconomic equity of publicly accessible greenspace distribution: The example of Sheffield, UK
M Mears, P Brindley, R Maheswaran, A Jorgensen
Geoforum 103, 126-137, 2019
262019
Is more always better? Exploring field survey and social media indicators of quality of urban greenspace, in relation to health
P Brindley, RW Cameron, E Ersoy, A Jorgensen, R Maheswaran
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 39, 45-54, 2019
262019
Attractive, climate-adapted and sustainable? Public perception of non-native planting in the designed urban landscape
H Hoyle, J Hitchmough, A Jorgensen
Landscape and Urban Planning 164, 49-63, 2017
262017
What determines how we see nature? Perceptions of naturalness in designed urban green spaces
H Hoyle, A Jorgensen, JD Hitchmough
People and Nature 1 (2), 167-180, 2019
202019
Relationships between environmental values and the acceptability of mobile telecommunications development in a protected area
JJ Park, A Jorgensen, P Selman, C Swanwick
Landscape Research 33 (5), 587-604, 2008
192008
Greenspace spatial characteristics and human health in an urban environment: An epidemiological study using landscape metrics in Sheffield, UK
M Mears, P Brindley, A Jorgensen, E Ersoy, R Maheswaran
Ecological Indicators 106, 105464, 2019
182019
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