See what green roof and wall research was published in other journals from February to May 2015: 

Ecological Engineering:

Adam J. Bates, Jon P. Sadler, Richard B. Greswell, Rae Mackay (2015) Effects of varying organic matter content on the development of green roof vegetation: A six year experiment Ecological Engineering, 82, 301-310

Rizwan Nawaz, Angus McDonald, Sophia Postoyko (2015) Hydrological performance of a full-scale extensive green roof located in a temperate climate. Ecological Engineering, 82, 66-80

S. Ondoño, J.J. Martínez-Sánchez, J.L. Moreno (2015) Evaluating the growth of several Mediterranean endemic species in artificial substrates: Are these species suitable for their future use in green roofs? Ecological Engineering, 81, 405-417

Journal of Hydrology:

P.-A. Versini, D. Ramier, E. Berthier, B. de Gouvello (2015) Assessment of the hydrological impacts of green roof: From building scale to basin scale. Journal of Hydrology, 524, 562-575

Landscape and Urban Planning:

C.Y. Jim (2015) Assessing climate-adaptation effect of extensive tropical green roofs in cities. Landscape and Urban Planning, 138, 54-70

Solar Energy:

Anna Laura Pisello, Cristina Piselli, Franco Cotana, (2015) Thermal-physics and energy performance of an innovative green roof system: The Cool-Green Roof Solar Energy, 116, 337-356

Urban Ecosystems:

Molineux, C. J., Gange, A. C., Connop, S. P., & Newport, D. J. (2015). Are microbial communities in green roof substrates comparable to those in post-industrial sites?—a preliminary study. Urban Ecosystems, 1-16.

Urban Forestry & Urban Greening:

Peng, L. L., & Jim, C. Y. (2015). Economic evaluation of green-roof environmental benefits in the context of climate change: The case of Hong Kong. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening.

Eksi, M., Rowe, D. B., Fernández-Cañero, R., & Cregg, B. M. (2015). Effect of substrate compost percentage on green roof vegetable production. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 14(2), 315-322