POPULATION GROWTH, URBAN SPRAWL & PLANNING

Publications

Berkowitz, A., S. Abu-Rabia-Queder, and D.EOrenstein, Transformative Practices Within Mechanisms of Control: ‘Recognizing’ Unrecognized Arab-Bedouin Villages at the Rural-Urban Fringe. Berkeley Planning Journal. 31(1):18-48. 2020.

Orenstein, D.E., A. Frankel and F. Jahshan. 2014. Methodology Matters: Measuring Urban Spatial Development Using Alternative Methodologies. Environment and Planning: B. 41(1):3-23.

Orenstein, D.E. 2013. Zionist and Israeli Perspectives on Population Growth and Environmental Impact in Palestine/Israel. In: Orenstein, D.E., Miller, C. and A. Tal (eds.), Between Ruin and Restoration: Chapters in Israeli Environmental History. University of Pittsburg Press. Pittsburg, PA. PDF

Frankel, A. and D.E. Orenstein. 2012. Can Urban Growth Management Work in an Era of Political and Economic Change? International Lessons from Israel. Journal of the American Planning Association. 78(1):16-33.

Orenstein, D.E., B. Bradley, J. Albert, J. Mustard, and S.P. Hamburg. 2011. How Much is built? Quantifying and interpreting patterns of built space from different data sources. International Journal of Remote Sensing. 32(9):2621-2644.

Orenstein, D.E., L. Jiang, and S.P. Hamburg. 2011. An Elephant in the Planning Room: Political-Demography and its Influence on Sustainable Land Use Planning in Drylands. Journal of Arid Environments. 75(6):596-611.

Frenkel, A. and D.E. Orenstein. 2011. A Pluralistic Approach to Defining and Measuring Urban Sprawl. In: Yang, X. (ed.), Urban Remote Sensing. John Wiley. Hoboken, NJ. pp. 165-81. PDF

Orenstein, D.E., and S.P. Hamburg. 2010. Population and Pavement: Population Growth and Land Development in Israel. Population and Environment. 31(4):223-254.

Orenstein, D.E. and S.P. Hamburg. 2009. To Populate or Preserve? Competing Political-Demographic and Environmental Paradigms in Israeli Land Use Planning. Land Use Policy. 26(4):984-1000.

Orenstein, D.E. 2004. Population Growth and Environmental Impact: Ideology and Academic Discourse in Israel. Population and Environment. 26(1):41-60.