Kenneth Tamminga

Distinguished Professor of Landscape Architecture

Kenneth Tamminga

Research Summary

Ecological restoration; ecological design; sustainability; environmental planning; urban green infrastructure; ecology and design pedagogy.

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Publication Tags

River Learning Planning Action Plan Ecosystem Rivers Participation Experience Water Food Regeneration Sustainable Development Method Uncertainty Watershed Watersheds Food Production Gaging Ecosystems Climate Change Gages Landscape Change Sustainability Methodology Restoration

Most Recent Papers

Convivial greenstreets

Ken Tamminga, João Cortesão, Michiel Bakx, 2020, Sustainability (Switzerland)

Designing with: An engaged studio approach to applied community development scholarship

Ken Tamminga, 2019, Practice Insights on p. 40-42

Food production on a living wall: Pilot study

Lara Nagle, Stuart Echols, Ken Tamminga, 2017, Journal of Green Building on p. 23-38

Food production on a living wall

Lara Nagle, Stuart Echols, Ken Tamminga, 2017, Journal of Green Building on p. 23-38

Learning and envisioning under climatic uncertainty: An African experience

Petra Tschakert, Kathleen Dietrich, Ken Tamminga, Esther Prins, Jen Shaffer, Emma Liwenga, Alex Asiedu, 2014, Environment and Planning A on p. 1049-1068

Science and the sacred: Rethinking the relationship between the GAP and the Ganges

Priyam Das, Kenneth Tamminga, 2012, on p. 1647-1668

The ganges and the GAP

Priyam Das, Kenneth R. Tamminga, 2012, Sustainability (Switzerland) on p. 1647-1668

A method for gauging landscape change as a prelude to urban watershed regeneration

Mônica Bahia Schlee, Kenneth R. Tamminga, Vera Regina Tangari, 2012, Sustainability (Switzerland) on p. 2054-2098

Resilience, conviviality, and the engaged studio

Kenneth Tamminga, Deno deCiantis, 2012, on p. 115-151

Large-scale traditional neighbourhood development and pre-emptive ecosystem planning

David L.A. Gordon, Ken Tamminga, 2002, Journal of Urban Design on p. 321-340

Most-Cited Papers

The ganges and the GAP

Priyam Das, Kenneth R. Tamminga, 2012, Sustainability (Switzerland) on p. 1647-1668

Learning and envisioning under climatic uncertainty: An African experience

Petra Tschakert, Kathleen Dietrich, Ken Tamminga, Esther Prins, Jen Shaffer, Emma Liwenga, Alex Asiedu, 2014, Environment and Planning A on p. 1049-1068

A method for gauging landscape change as a prelude to urban watershed regeneration

Mônica Bahia Schlee, Kenneth R. Tamminga, Vera Regina Tangari, 2012, Sustainability (Switzerland) on p. 2054-2098

Food production on a living wall

Lara Nagle, Stuart Echols, Ken Tamminga, 2017, Journal of Green Building on p. 23-38

Convivial greenstreets

Ken Tamminga, João Cortesão, Michiel Bakx, 2020, Sustainability (Switzerland)

Designing with: An engaged studio approach to applied community development scholarship

Ken Tamminga, 2019, Practice Insights on p. 40-42

Food production on a living wall: Pilot study

Lara Nagle, Stuart Echols, Ken Tamminga, 2017, Journal of Green Building on p. 23-38

Resilience, conviviality, and the engaged studio

Kenneth Tamminga, Deno deCiantis, 2012, on p. 115-151

Science and the sacred: Rethinking the relationship between the GAP and the Ganges

Priyam Das, Kenneth Tamminga, 2012, on p. 1647-1668