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Publications

Articles

Sensitivity study of PBL schemes and soil initialization using the WRF-BEP-BEM model over a Mediterranean coastal city

R. Segura, A. Badia, S. Ventura, J. Gilabert, A. Martilli, G. Villalba
Urban Climate. Volume 39. September 2021

A take-home message from COVID-19 on urban air pollution reduction through mobility limitations and teleworking

A. Badia, J. Langemeyer, X. Codina, J. Gilabert, N. Guilera, V. Vidal, R. Segura, M. Vives, G. Villalba
Urban Sustainability. Article number 35. August 2021

Recovered phosphorus for a more resilient urban agriculture: Assessment of the fertilizer potential of struvite in hydroponics

V. Arcas-Pilz, M. Rufí-Salís, F. Parada, A. Petit-Boix, X. Gabarrell, G. Villalba
Science of The Total Environment. Volume 799. August 2021

Exploring the Potential of Using Carbonyl Sulfide to Track the Urban Biosphere Signal

G. Villalba, M. Whelan, S.A. Montzka, P.J.Cameron-Smith, M. Fischer, A. Zumkehr, T. Hilton, J. Stinecipher, I. Baker, R. P. Bambha, H.A. Michelsen, B.W. LaFranchi, C. Estruch, E. Campbell
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. Volume 126, Issue 13. June 2021

Optimizing irrigation in urban agriculture for tomato crops in rooftop greenhouses

F. Parada, X. Gabarrell, M. Rufí-Salís, V. Arcas-Pilz, P. Muñoz, G. Villalba
Science of The Total Environment. June 2021

Incorporating user preferences in rooftop food-energy-water production through integrated sustainability assessment

S. Toboso-Chavero, C. Madrid-López, X. Gabarrell, G. Villalba
Environmental Research Comunications. Volume 3, number 6. June 2021

Urban agriculture - A necessary pathway towards urban resilience and global sustainability?

J. Langemeyer, C. Madrid, A. Mendoza, G. Villalba
Landscape and Urban Planning; Volume 210, June 2021

Improving the Fertigation of Soilless Urban Vertical Agriculture Through the Combination of Struvite and Rhizobia Inoculation in Phaseolus vulgaris

V. Arcas-Pilz, F. Parada, G. Villalba, M. Rufí-Salís, A. Rosell-Melé, X. Gabarrell
Frontiers in Plant Science. Volume 12. May 2021

Abating heat waves in a coastal Mediterranean city: What can cool roofs and vegetation contribute?

J. Gilabert, S. Ventura, R. Segura, A. Martilli, A. Badia, C. Llasat, J. Corbera, G. Villalba
Urban Climate 37. May 2021

Envisioning the Future of European Food Systems: Approaches and Research Priorities After COVID-19

M. Vittuari, G. Bazzocchi, S. Blasioli, F. Cirone, A. Maggio, F. Orsini, J. Penca, M. Petruzzelli, K. Specht, S. Amghar, A. Atanasov, T. Bastia, I. Bertocchi, A. Coudard, A. Crepaldi0, A. Curtis, R. Fox-Kämper, A. Gheorghica, A. Lelièvre, P. Muñoz, E. Nolde, J. Pascual-Fernández, G. Pennisi, B. Pölling, L. Reynaud-Desmet, I. Righini, Y. Rouphael, V. Saint-Ges, A. Samoggia., S. Shaystej, M. da Silva, S. Toboso, P. Tonini, G. Trušnovec, B. Vidmar, G. Villalba and F. De Menna
Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems. March 2021

More than the sum of the parts: System analysis of the usability of roofs in housing estates

S. Toboso, G. Villalba, X. Gabarrell, C. Madrid
Journal of Industrial Ecology. March 2021

Highly resolved WRF-BEP/BEM simulations over Barcelona urban area with LCZ

I. Ribero, A. Martinelli, M. Falls. A. Zonato, G. Villalba
Atmospheric Research; Volume 248, January 2021

Assessing the sustainability of contrasting land use scenarios through the Socioecological Integrated Analysis (SIA) of the metropolitan green infrastructure in Barcelona

Roc Padró, María José La Rota-Aguilera, Annalisa Giocoli, Jacob Cirera, Francesc Coll, Manel Pons, Joan Pino, Silvia Pili, Tarik Serrano, Gara Villalba, Joan Marull
Landscape and Urban Planning; Volume 203, November 2020

Can wastewater feed cities? Determining the feasibility and environmental burdens of struvite recovery and reuse for urban regions

Martí Rufí-Salís, Nadin Brunnhofer, Anna Petit-Boix, Xavier Gabarrell, Albert Guisasola, Gara Villalba
Science of The Total Environment; Volume 737, October 2020

Recirculating water and nutrients in urban agriculture: An opportunity towards environmental sustainability and water use efficiency?

Martí Rufí-Salís, Anna Petit-Boix, Gara Villalba, David Sanjuan-Delmás, Felipe Parada, Mireia Ercilla-Montserrat, Verónica Arcas-Pilz, Joan Muñoz-Liesa, Joan Rieradevall, Xavier Gabarrell
Journal of Cleaner Production; Volume 261, July 2020

Conferences

Vulnerability, Multifunctionality, and Sustainability: Co-creation of an integrated multi-criteria decision approach for nature-based solutions.

David A. Camacho et al. at SURE 2020/21. Session C1
Symposium: NATURE-BASED SOLUTIONS FOR CITIES / 7-9 July 2021

Food vs water security in cities: A georeferenced sustainability assessment of peri-urban agriculture in metropolitan Barcelona using water vulnerability maps

Cristina Madrid et al. at EGU General Assembly 2021 - Session HS5.3.1
vEGU21: Gather Online / 19-30 April 2021

Assessing heat wave mitigation strategies in a Mediterranean coastal city: how effective are cool roofs and urban green?

Sergi Ventura et al. at EGU General Assembly 2021 - Session CL2.2
vEGU21: Gather Online / 19-30 April 2021

Sensitivity study of PBL schemes and urban morphology parameters using the WRF-BEP+BEM model over a Mediterranean coastal city

Ricard Segura et al. at EGU General Assembly 2021 - Session CL2.2
vEGU21: Gather Online / 19-30 April 2021

Air quality modeling study using the WRF-Chem model over Barcelona

Alba. Badia et al. at 12th International Conference on Air Quality - Science and Application
Hosted by Aristotle University Thessaloniki Online presentations starting 6 April, Interactive Sessions 18-22 May 2020

Copernicus Climate Data Store Face-to-Face Training Event

Centre de Recerca Matemàtica and jointly organized with ECMWF; Volume 261, November 13th, 2019

Project documents

URBAG data management plan

This document contains all the relevant information about data generation. URBAG follows the ‘FAIR data principles’ by making the project’s research data findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable.