New book publication: Advanced Technologies for Sustainable Development of Urban Green Infrastructure
A new book on the topic of advanced technologies for the sustainable development of urban green infrastructure has recently been published. In addition to Professor Leuchner as co-editor, the entire Climatology group contributed and wrote two articles that are also included in the book.
This proceedings book focuses on advanced technologies to monitor and model urban soils, vegetation and climate, including internet of things, remote sensing, express and non-destructive techniques. The Smart and Sustainable Cities (SSC) conference is a regular event, organized each second year in RUDN University (Russia) and providing a multidisciplinary platform for scientists and practitioners in urban environmental monitoring, modeling, planning and management. This volume contains a selection of edited, refereed and revised papers, which were presented at the conference in Moscow on July 8–10, 2020. It contains 29 peer-reviewed research papers, which were selected by the scientific committee with additional help of over 40 external expert reviewers from over 60 submissions. The papers provide useful information researchers, practitioners and policymakers, involved in sustainable urban development.