Hong Wu

Stuckeman Career Development Assistant Professor in Design

Hong Wu

Huck Affiliations

Publication Tags

Education Infrastructure Climate Change Geographic Information Systems Stormwater Literature Planning Streamflow Urbanization Audiovisuals Capacity Building Flow Costs Protected Area Geographic Information System Valley Methodology Costs And Benefits Cost Benefit Conservation Areas Climate China Manager Hunters Basin

Most Recent Papers

Nature-Based Solutions as Critical Urban Infrastructure for Water Resilience

L McPhillips, Hong Wu, Sara Lerer, Carolina Rojas, Bernice Rosenzweig, Jason Sauer, Brandon Winfrey,

Using Integrated Gray-Green Stormwater Infrastructure Planning to Guide Urban Design — Lessons from the“Green First Plan” of the Mountainous City of Pittsburgh, USA

Cong Gong, Hong Wu, Changjuan Hu, Chinese Landscape Architecture (《中国园林》)

“Huludao-Xingcheng Coastal Trail.”

Hong Wu, Clarissa Silveira,

Philadelphia, PA, USA

Hong Wu,

Informing environmental flow planning through landscape evolution modeling in heavily modified urban rivers in china

Minghao Wu, Hong Wu, Andrew T. Warner, Hao Li, Zhicheng Liu, 2021, Water (Switzerland)

Audio-visual interactions enhance soundscape perception in China's protected areas

Xiaoqing Xu, Hong Wu, 2021, Urban Forestry and Urban Greening

Nurturing nature in a mega-city: a decadal assessment of the Beijing Olympic Forest Park

Hong Wu, Yizhao Yang, Jie Hu, 2021,

Hunter and Non-Hunter Perceptions of Costs, Benefits, and Likelihood of Outcomes of Prescribed Fire in the Mid-Atlantic Region

Zachary D. Miller, Hong Wu, Katherine Zipp, Cody L. Dems, Erica Smithwick, Margot Kaye, Peter Newman, Anthony Zhao, Alan Taylor, 2020, Society and Natural Resources on p. 1321-1327

Fostering community-engaged green stormwater infrastructure through the use of participatory geographic information systems (PGIS)

Mahsa Adib, Hong Wu, 2020, Journal of Digital Landscape Architecture on p. 549-557

Climate change will both exacerbate and attenuate urbanization impacts on streamflow regimes in southern Willamette Valley, Oregon

Hong Wu, Bart R. Johnson, 2019, River Research and Applications on p. 818-832

Most-Cited Papers

A scenario-based approach to integrating flow-ecology research with watershed development planning

Hong Wu, John P. Bolte, David Hulse, Bart R. Johnson, 2015, Landscape Planning on p. 74-89

Audio-visual interactions enhance soundscape perception in China's protected areas

Xiaoqing Xu, Hong Wu, 2021, Urban Forestry and Urban Greening

Climate change will both exacerbate and attenuate urbanization impacts on streamflow regimes in southern Willamette Valley, Oregon

Hong Wu, Bart R. Johnson, 2019, River Research and Applications on p. 818-832

Hunter and Non-Hunter Perceptions of Costs, Benefits, and Likelihood of Outcomes of Prescribed Fire in the Mid-Atlantic Region

Zachary D. Miller, Hong Wu, Katherine Zipp, Cody L. Dems, Erica Smithwick, Margot Kaye, Peter Newman, Anthony Zhao, Alan Taylor, 2020, Society and Natural Resources on p. 1321-1327

Informing environmental flow planning through landscape evolution modeling in heavily modified urban rivers in china

Minghao Wu, Hong Wu, Andrew T. Warner, Hao Li, Zhicheng Liu, 2021, Water (Switzerland)

Fostering community-engaged green stormwater infrastructure through the use of participatory geographic information systems (PGIS)

Mahsa Adib, Hong Wu, 2020, Journal of Digital Landscape Architecture on p. 549-557

Nurturing nature in a mega-city: a decadal assessment of the Beijing Olympic Forest Park

Hong Wu, Yizhao Yang, Jie Hu, 2021,

Advancing Landscape Performance Evaluation: One Project at a Time

Hong Wu, 2019, on p. 72-75

Think Big - Zidell Cleanup

Nan Zhao, Hong Wu, Dehui Wei, 2013,