Mr. Dihua Li

Associate Professor

College of Architecture and Landscape, Peking University

Beijing 100871, China

Research Interests:

Mr. Dihua Li’s research interests include ecological engineering, urban and rural sociology, urban planning, urban development, urbanism, biodiversity and conservation, urban ecology, planning, and urban economics.

Selected publications:

Shi, S., Kondolf, G. M., & Li, D. (2018). Urban River Transformation and the Landscape Garden City Movement in China. Sustainability10(11), 4103.

Fu, W., Yu, K., & Li, D. (2018). Spatio-temporal relational evaluation of the Beijing water crisis and planning implementation from 1949 to 2013. Water Policy20(3), 490-509.

Ho, J., Dihua, L., Yuelai, L., Yuan, W., Moying, W., Yishuang, S., … & Jacobs, S. (2018). Thoughts on design education in China: from classroom to workshop. Landscape Architecture Frontiers6(5), 80-84.

Xu, L., You, H., Li, D., & Yu, K. (2016). Urban green spaces, their spatial pattern, and ecosystem service value: The case of Beijing. Habitat International56, 84-95.

Fu, W., & Li, D. (2015). The impact of water resource planning on water issues in Beijing, China. Water Policy17(4), 612-629.

Zhao, J., Yu, K., & Li, D. (2014). Spatial characteristics of local floods in Beijing urban area. Urban Water Journal11(7), 557-572.

Han, X., Burton, O. R., Sternudd, C., & Li, D. (2013, October). Public Attitudes about Urban Lawns: Social Opportunities Provided by Urban Lawns in Lund, Sweden. In International Academic Workshop on Social Science (IAW-SC-13). Atlantis Press.

Yu, K., Wang, S., & Li, D. (2011). The negative approach to urban growth planning of Beijing, China. Journal of environmental planning and management54(9), 1209-1236.

Li, D., Zhao, J., Liu, J., Zhao, D., & Xu, Y. (2010). Effects of Minimum-Intervention-Design to Urban Waterfront Park in China: An Application of POE. In Low Impact Development 2010: Redefining Water in the City (pp. 252-263).

Li, H., Li, D., Li, T., Qiao, Q., Yang, J., & Zhang, H. (2010). Application of least-cost path model to identify a giant panda dispersal corridor network after the Wenchuan earthquake—Case study of Wolong Nature Reserve in China. Ecological Modelling221(6), 944-952.