Academic journal articles

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549 citations, h-index 13, i10-index 16 (source: Google Scholar, 27 October 2020)
31,064 reads 'Principles of landscape architecture' (source: Researchgate, 27 October 2020)

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  • Nijhuis, S, Xiong, L, & Cannatella, D (2020) Towards a Landscape-based Regional Design Approach for Adaptive Transformation in Urbanizing Deltas. Research in Urbanism Series, 6, 55-80.   1b50311f-8c46-4aa3-a581-73bf8e71a10apng 6cc490a6-f397-489f-a2f1-1607824a7e62png  https://doi.org/10.7480/rius.6.94
  • Nijhuis, S & De Vries, J (2019) Design as Research in Landscape Architecture. Landscape Journal 38(1-2); 87-103.  1b50311f-8c46-4aa3-a581-73bf8e71a10apng 6cc490a6-f397-489f-a2f1-1607824a7e62png  https://doi.org/10.3368/lj.38.1-2.87
  • Lin, W, Sun, Y, Nijhuis, S & Wang, Z (2020) Scenario-based Flood-risk Assessment for Urbanizing Deltas using Future Land Use Simulation (FLUS): Guangzhou Metropolitan Area as a Case-Study. Science of the Total Environment 739139899  6cc490a6-f397-489f-a2f1-1607824a7e62png  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.139899
  • Liu, M & Nijhuis, S (2020) Mapping Landscape Spaces. Methods for Understanding Spatial-visual Characteristics in Landscape Design. Environmental Impact Assessment Review 82, 106376  6cc490a6-f397-489f-a2f1-1607824a7e62png  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.eiar.2020.106376 
  • Liu, M &  Nijhuis, S (2020) Digital Methods for Mapping Landscape Spaces in Landscape Design. Journal of Digital Landscape Architecture, 5;  634-645. 1b50311f-8c46-4aa3-a581-73bf8e71a10apng 6cc490a6-f397-489f-a2f1-1607824a7e62png  https://doi.org/10.14627/537690065
  • Cannatella, D & Nijhuis, S (2020) Assessing urban landscape composition and configuration over time in the Pearl River Delta (China). Journal of Digital Landscape Architecture, 5; 111-121.  1b50311f-8c46-4aa3-a581-73bf8e71a10apng 6cc490a6-f397-489f-a2f1-1607824a7e62png  https://doi.org/10.14627/537690012
  • Nijhuis, S (2020) ‘The Noordoostpolder: A Landscape Planning Perspective on the Preservation and Development of Twentieth-Century Polder Landscapes in the Netherlands’, in: Hein, C (ed.), Adaptive Strategies for Water Heritage, 212-229, Heidelberg: Springer Verlag. 1b50311f-8c46-4aa3-a581-73bf8e71a10apng 6cc490a6-f397-489f-a2f1-1607824a7e62png  https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-00268-8_11
  • Hein, C, Van Schaick, H, Nijhuis, S, et al. (2020) ‘Introduction: Connecting Water and Heritage for the Future’, in: Hein, C (ed.), Adaptive Strategies for Water Heritage, 1-18, Heidelberg: Springer Verlag. 1b50311f-8c46-4aa3-a581-73bf8e71a10apng 6cc490a6-f397-489f-a2f1-1607824a7e62png  https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-00268-8_1 
  • Nijhuis, S, Xiong, L & Cannatella, D (2019) Towards a Landscape-based Regional Design Approach for Adaptive Transformation in Urbanizing Deltas. Landscape Architecture 风景园林 170 (9); 8-22. 6cc490a6-f397-489f-a2f1-1607824a7e62png  http://dx.doi.org/10.14085/j.fjyl.2019.09.0008.15
  • Sun, C, Nijhuis, S & Bracken, G (2019) Learning from Agri-Aquaculture for Multiscale Water-sensitive Design in the Pearl River Delta. Landscape Architecture 风景园林 170 (9); 31-44. 6cc490a6-f397-489f-a2f1-1607824a7e62png  http://dx.doi.org/10.14085/j.fjyl.2019.09.0031.14
  • Keeton  R & Nijhuis S (2019) Spatial challenges in contemporary African New Towns and potentials for alternative planning strategies. International Planning Studies 24(3/4); 218-234. 1b50311f-8c46-4aa3-a581-73bf8e71a10apng 6cc490a6-f397-489f-a2f1-1607824a7e62png  https://doi.org/10.1080/13563475.2019.1660625
  • Hopff, B, Nijhuis, S & Verhoef, L (2019) New Dimensions for Circularity on Campus. Framework for the Application of Circular Principles in Campus Development. Sustainability 11(3), 627-647. 1b50311f-8c46-4aa3-a581-73bf8e71a10apng 6cc490a6-f397-489f-a2f1-1607824a7e62png  https://doi.org/10.3390/su11030627 
  • Xiong, L & Nijhuis, S (2019) ‘Exploring Spatial Relationships in the Pearl River Delta’ in: X. Ye and X. Liu (eds.), Cities as Spatial and Social Networks, Human Dynamics in Smart Cities, 147-163. Springer Nature. 6cc490a6-f397-489f-a2f1-1607824a7e62png  https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-95351-9_9  (Awareded as Springer Nature 2019 Highlight)
  • Nijhuis, S & Van der Hoeven, F (2018) Exploring the skyline of Rotterdam and The Hague. Visibility Analysis and Its Implications forTall Building Policy. Built Environment 43(4), 571-588. 6cc490a6-f397-489f-a2f1-1607824a7e62png  https://doi.org/10.2148/benv.43.4.571
  • Nijhuis, S, Stolk, E & Hoekstra, MJ (2017) Teaching Urbanism: The Delft approach. Urban Design and Planning, 170 (3), 96-106. 1b50311f-8c46-4aa3-a581-73bf8e71a10apng 6cc490a6-f397-489f-a2f1-1607824a7e62png  http://dx.doi.org/10.1680/jurdp.16.00013 (Awarded Reed & Mallik Medal 2018)
  • Nijhuis, S, & Jauslin, D (2015) Urban landscape infrastructures. Designing operative landscape structures for the built environment. Research In Urbanism Series, 3(1), 13-34. 1b50311f-8c46-4aa3-a581-73bf8e71a10apng 6cc490a6-f397-489f-a2f1-1607824a7e62png  http://dx.doi.org/10.7480/rius.3.874
  • Hara, Y, Hooimeijer, F, Nijhuis, S, Ryu, M, Van Timmeren, A (2014) The Impact of Historical Geography and Agricultural Land Development Processes on Wetland Restoration Methods Used to Create Ecological Networks: A Comparison of Japan and the Netherlands. Nakhara: Journal of Environmental Design and Planning 10 (1); 128-138
  • Nijhuis, S (2014) ‘GIS-based landscape design research: Exploring aspects of visibility in landscape architectonic compositions’, in: Lee, DJ, Dias, E & Scholten, H (eds.), Geodesign by Integrating Design and Geospatial Sciences, GeoJournal Library 111, 193-217. Heidelberg: Springer Verlag. 6cc490a6-f397-489f-a2f1-1607824a7e62png http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-08299-8_13
  • Tisma, A, Velde, JRT van der, Nijhuis, S & Pouderoijen, MT (2014) A method for metropolitan landscape characterization; case study Rotterdam. SPOOL journal, 1(1); 201-223. 1b50311f-8c46-4aa3-a581-73bf8e71a10apng 6cc490a6-f397-489f-a2f1-1607824a7e62png  http://dx.doi.org/10.7480/spool.2013.1.637
  • Nijhuis, S, & Bobbink, I (2012) Design-related research in landscape architecture, J. Design Research vol. 10, no. 4; 239-257. 6cc490a6-f397-489f-a2f1-1607824a7e62png http://dx.doi.org/10.1504/JDR.2012.051172
  • Van der Hoeven, F & Nijhuis, S (2012) Developing Rotterdam's Skyline, CTBUH Journal, no. 2; 32-37
  • Nijhuis, S (2011) Visual research in landscape architecture, Research in urbanism series, vol. 2; 103-145. 1b50311f-8c46-4aa3-a581-73bf8e71a10apng 6cc490a6-f397-489f-a2f1-1607824a7e62png  http://dx.doi.org/10.7480/rius.2.209
  • Nijhuis, S, Lammeren, R van, Antrop, M (2011) Exploring visual landscapes. An introduction, Research in urbanism series, vol. 2; 15-39. 1b50311f-8c46-4aa3-a581-73bf8e71a10apng 6cc490a6-f397-489f-a2f1-1607824a7e62png  http://dx.doi.org/10.7480/rius.2.205
  • Nijhuis, S & Reitsma, M (2011) Landscape policy and visual landscape assessment. The Province of Noord-Holland as a case study, Research in urbanism series, vol. 2; 229-259. 1b50311f-8c46-4aa3-a581-73bf8e71a10apng 6cc490a6-f397-489f-a2f1-1607824a7e62png  http://dx.doi.org/10.7480/rius.2.214
  • Van der Hoeven, F & Nijhuis, S (2011) Hi Rise, I can see you! Planning and visibility assessment of high building development in Rotterdam, Research in urbanism series, vol. 2; 277-301. 1b50311f-8c46-4aa3-a581-73bf8e71a10apng 6cc490a6-f397-489f-a2f1-1607824a7e62png  http://dx.doi.org/10.7480/rius.2.216