Maruani Tseira

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Education

Ph.D. geography (2005), Bar-Ilan University

M.Sc. urban and regional planning, Technion Israel Institute of Technology

B.Sc. (cum laude) agriculture, Hebrew University

 

Teacing experience

2004-date  - Department of Geography and Environment, Bar-Ilan University

2007-2011 - Road Safety Program, Bar-Ilan University

1979-2007 - Landscape Architecture Program, Technion

 

courses

Environmental policy

Environmental planning

Introduction to land use planning

Conservation of landscapes and open space

Man-environment relationship

 

Courses in the past:

Land use planning and road safety impact statement (Road Safety program)

Ornamental plants (Technion, Landscape Architecture progeram)

 

Professional experience

2012-date  - environmental planning (freelance)

1984-2012 - environmental planning, environmental department of Ramat Gan & Bnei Brak

1974-1984 - landscape planning and design, private landscape architecture firms

1974-1977 - research assistant,  Center for Urban & Regional Studies, Technion

 

Specialization fields

 

Environmental policy and planning

Land use planning

Landscapes and open space conservation

Culture, planning and landscape - integrated aspects

 

 

 

 

 

 

Publications

Amit-Cohen, I., Egozi, R., Maruani, T., Peretz, A., Goldschleger, N., 2015. Developing a model for  integrative watershed management: demonstration on the Poleg River watershed. Nekudat Hen (Hebrew).

Maruani, T. 2014. The hilltop gardens of Ramat-Gan as cultural landscapes. Horizons in  Geography, 86: 45-64 (Hebrew).

Maruani, T. 2014. The role of plants in establishing the character of the Israeli garden. In: Scnell, I., A. Rosenberg & G. Ronen (eds.), Sustainability considerations in urban parks design in Israel. Haifa, Pardess Publishing, pp. 435-451 (Hebrew).

Maruani, T. 2013. From Garden City to Ramat Gan: the establishment and development of Ramat Gan as part of the Garden City phenomenon in the Land of Israel. In: Naor, M. & P. Horesh-Rozen (eds.), Nine decades in Ramat Gan. Ramat Gan, the Krinitzi museum, pp. 9-18  (Hebrew).

Maruani T. & I. Amit-Cohen, 2013. Marketing landscapes: The use of landscape values in advertisements of development projects. Landscape and Urban Planning 114: 92-101.

Maruani T. & I. Amit-Cohen, 2012.  Models of open space planning: a comparative review. Horizons in Geography, 78: 153-180 (Hebrew).

Maruani T. & I. Amit-Cohen, 2011. Characteristics of developers and their relations to open space conservation. Land Use Policy.28(4), 887-897.

Maruani, T., 2011. The role of courts in open space conservation: lessons from the Israeli experience. Landscape and Urban Planning 100(4), 364-368.

Maruani T. & I. Amit-Cohen, 2010. Patterns of development and conservation in agricultural lands - the case of the Tel Aviv metropolitan region 1990-2000. Land Use Policy, 27(2): 671-679.

Maruani T. & I. Amit-Cohen, 2009. The effectiveness of the protection of riparian landscapes in Israel. Land Use Policy, 26(4), 911-918.

Maruani, T. & I. Amit-Cohen, 2009. Protection of Riparian Landscapes in Israel. In: Pauling, J.B. (ed.), Natural Resources: Management, Economic Development and Protection. Nova Science Publishers, pp. 135-154.

Maruani, T. & I. Amit-Cohen, 2009. Protection of Riparian Landscapes in Israel. Environmental Research Journal, 3(2-3): 305-324.

Maruani T. & I. Amit-Cohen, 2007. Open space planning models: A review of approaches and methods. Landscape and Urban Planning, 81(1-2): 1-13.

 

Research

Environmental policy and planning

Land use planning

Landscapes and open space conservation

Culture, planning and landscape - integrated aspects