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2022

** Eder, M; Loschner, L; Herrnegger, M; Hogl, K; Nordbeck, R; Scherhaufer, P; Schober, B; Seher, W; Wesemann, J; Zahnt, N; Habersack, H Regional floodplain evaluation matrix-Applying a floodplain evaluation method to support a future-oriented flood risk management (part II).

J FLOOD RISK MANAG. 2022; 15(1), e12758 WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Hanger-Kopp, S; Palka, M Decision spaces in agricultural risk management: a mental model study of Austrian crop farmers.

ENVIRON DEV SUSTAIN. 2022; 24(5): 6072-6098. WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Hanger-Kopp, S; Thaler, T; Seebauer, S; Schinko, T; Clar, C Defining and operationalizing path dependency for the development and monitoring of adaptation pathways.

GLOBAL ENVIRON CHANG. 2022; 72, 102425 WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

2021

** Babcicky, P; Seebauer, S; Thaler, T Make it personal: Introducing intangible outcomes and psychological sources to flood vulnerability and policy.

INT J DISAST RISK RE. 2021; 58, 102169 WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Clar, C; Loschner, L; Nordbeck, R; Fischer, T; Thaler, T Population dynamics and natural hazard risk management: conceptual and practical linkages for the case of Austrian policy making.

NAT HAZARDS. 2021; 105(2): 1765-1796. WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Malak-Rawlikowska, A; Gebska, M; Hoste, R; Leeb, C; Montanari, C; Wallace, M; de Roest, K Developing a Methodology for Aggregated Assessment of the Economic Sustainability of Pig Farms.

ENERGIES. 2021; 14(6), 1760 WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Papathoma-Kohle, M; Thaler, T; Fuchs, S An institutional approach to vulnerability: evidence from natural hazard management in Europe.

ENVIRON RES LETT. 2021; 16(4), 044056 WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Pavlicek, A; Part, F; Gressler, S; Rose, G; Gazso, A; Ehmoser, EK; Huber-Humer, M Testing the Applicability of the Safe-by-Design Concept: A Theoretical Case Study Using Polymer Nanoclay Composites for Coffee Capsules.

SUSTAINABILITY-BASEL. 2021; 13(24), 13951 WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Thaler, T; Clar, C; Junger, L; Nordbeck, R Opportunities and challenges for transdisciplinary research in flood risk management: some critical reflections and lessons learnt for research on sustainability.

ECO MONT. 2021; 13(2): 42-47. WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

2020

** Attems, MS; Thaler, T; Genovese, E; Fuchs, S Implementation of property-level flood risk adaptation (PLFRA) measures: Choices and decisions.

WIRES WATER. 2020; 7(1), e1404 WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Attems, MS; Thaler, T; Snel, KAW; Davids, P; Hartmann, T; Fuchs, S The influence of tailored risk communication on individual adaptive behaviour.

INT J DISAST RISK RE. 2020; 49, 101618 WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Habersack, H; Schober, B Floodplain evaluation matrix: A multiparameter assessment methodology.

J FLOOD RISK MANAG. 2020; 13(3), e12614 WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Loschner, L; Nordbeck, R Switzerland's transition from flood defence to flood-adapted land use-A policy coordination perspective.

LAND USE POLICY. 2020; 95, 103873 WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Mayr, B; Thaler, T; Hubl, J Successful Small-Scale Household Relocation after a Millennial Flood Event in Simbach, Germany 2016.

WATER-SUI. 2020; 12(1), 156 WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Rauter, M; Kaufmann, M; Thaler, T; Fuchs, S Flood risk management in Austria: Analysing the shift in responsibility-sharing between public and private actors from a public stakeholder's perspective.

LAND USE POLICY. 2020; 99, 105017 WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Rufat, S; Fekete, A; Armas, I; Hartmann, T; Kuhlicke, C; Prior, T; Thaler, T; Wisner, B Swimming alone? Why linking flood risk perception and behavior requires more than "it's the individual, stupid".

WIRES WATER. 2020; 7(5), e1462 WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Schober, B; Hauer, C; Habersack, H Floodplain losses and increasing flood risk in the context of recent historic land use changes and settlement developments: Austrian case studies.

J FLOOD RISK MANAG. 2020; 13(3), e12610 WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Thaler, T; Doorn, N; Hartmann, T Justice of compensation for spatial flood risk management - comparing the flexible Austrian and the structured Dutch approach.

ERDE. 2020; 151(2-3): 104-115. WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Thaler, T; Nordbeck, R; Loschner, L; Seher, W Cooperation in flood risk management: understanding the role of strategic planning in two Austrian policy instruments.

ENVIRON SCI POLICY. 2020; 114: 170-177. WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

2019

** Adede, C; Oboko, R; Wagacha, PW; Atzberger, C A Mixed Model Approach to Vegetation Condition Prediction Using Artificial Neural Networks (ANN): Case of Kenya's Operational Drought Monitoring.

REMOTE SENS-BASEL. 2019; 11(9), 1099 WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Adede, C; Oboko, R; Wagacha, PW; Atzberger, C Model Ensembles of Artificial Neural Networks and Support Vector Regression for Improved Accuracy in the Prediction of Vegetation Conditions and Droughts in Four Northern Kenya Counties.

ISPRS INT GEO-INF. 2019; 8(12), 562 WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Clar, C How demographic developments determine the management of hydrometeorological hazard risks in rural communities: The linkages between demographic and natural hazards research.

WIRES WATER. 2019; 6(6), e1378 WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Nordbeck, R; Loschner, L; Jara, MP; Pregernig, M Exploring Science-Policy Interactions in a Technical Policy Field: Climate Change and Flood Risk Management in Austria, Southern Germany, and Switzerland.

WATER-SUI. 2019; 11(8), 1675 WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Nordbeck, R; Steurer, R; L?schner, L The future orientation of Austria?s flood policies: from flood control to anticipatory flood risk management.

J ENVIRON PLANN MAN. 2019; 62(11): 1864-1885. WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Ojuri, OT; Ezekiel, CN; Eskola, MK; Sarkanj, B; Babalola, AD; Sulyok, M; Hajslova, J; Elliott, CT; Krska, R Mycotoxin co-exposures in infants and young children consuming household- and industrially-processed complementary foods in Nigeria and risk management advice.

FOOD CONTROL. 2019; 98: 312-322. WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Rauter, M; Schindelegger, A; Fuchs, S; Thaler, T Deconstructing the legal framework for flood protection in Austria: individual and state responsibilities from a planning perspective.

WATER INT. 2019; 44(5): 571-587. WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Rauter, M; Thaler, T; Attems, MS; Fuchs, S Obligation or Innovation: Can the EU Floods Directive Be Seen as a Tipping Point Towards More Resilient Flood Risk Management? A Case Study from Vorarlberg, Austria.

SUSTAINABILITY-BASEL. 2019; 11(19), 5505 WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Seebauer, S; Ortner, S; Babcicky, P; Thaler, T Bottom-up citizen initiatives as emergent actors in flood risk management: Mapping roles, relations and limitations.

J FLOOD RISK MANAG. 2019; 12(3), UNSP e12468 WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Thaler, T; Seebauer, S Bottom-up citizen initiatives in natural hazard management: Why they appear and what they can do?.

ENVIRON SCI POLICY. 2019; 94: 101-111. WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

2018

** Kogler, C; Rauch, P Discrete event simulation of multimodal and unimodal transportation in the wood supply chain: a literature review.

SILVA FENN. 2018; 52(4), 9984 WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Mazzorana, B; Trenkwalder-Platzer, H; Heiser, M; Hubl, J Quantifying the damage susceptibility to extreme events of mountain stream check dams using Rough Set Analysis.

J FLOOD RISK MANAG. 2018; 11(4): WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Seher, W; Loschner, L Balancing upstream-downstream interests in flood risk management: experiences from a catchment-based approach in Austria.

J FLOOD RISK MANAG. 2018; 11(1): 56-65. WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Seidl, R; Albrich, K; Thom, D; Rammer, W Harnessing landscape heterogeneity for managing future disturbance risks in forest ecosystems.

J ENVIRON MANAGE. 2018; 209: 46-56. WoS PubMed FullText FullText_BOKU

** Steurer, R; Clar, C The ambiguity of federalism in climate policy-making: how the political system in Austria hinders mitigation and facilitates adaptation.

J ENVIRON POL PLAN. 2018; 20(2): 252-265. WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

2017

** Thaler, T; Loschner, L; Hartmann, T The introduction of catchment-wide co-operations: Scalar reconstructions and transformation in Austria in flood risk management.

LAND USE POLICY. 2017; 68: 563-573. WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

2016

** Brenner, C; Meisch, C; Apperl, B; Schulz, K Towards periodic and time-referenced flood risk assessment using airborne remote sensing.

J HYDROL HYDROMECH. 2016; 64(4): 438-447. WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Habersack, H; Hein, T; Stanica, A; Liska, I; Mair, R; Jager, E; Hauer, C; Bradley, C Challenges of river basin management: Current status of, and prospects for, the River Danube from a river engineering perspective.

SCI TOTAL ENVIRON. 2016; 543: 828-845. WoS PubMed FullText FullText_BOKU

** Karagiorgos, K; Thaler, T; Heiser, M; Hubl, J; Fuchs, S Integrated flash flood vulnerability assessment: Insights from East Attica, Greece.

J HYDROL. 2016; 541: 553-562. WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Loschner, L; Nordbeck, R; Scherhaufer, P; Seher, W Scientist-stakeholder workshops: A collaborative approach for integrating science and decision-making in Austrian flood-prone municipalities.

ENVIRON SCI POLICY. 2016; 55: 345-352. WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Mutenthaler, D; Sekot, W A framework for explicit risk management in Austrian forest enterprises.

AUSTRIAN J FOR SCI. 2016; 133(1): 19-46. WoS

** Scharner, M; Pochtrager, S; Larcher, M Risk Attitude and Risk Perception of Dairy Farmers in Austria.

GER J AGR ECON. 2016; 65(4): 262-273. WoS

** Thaler, T; Hartmann, T Justice and flood risk management: reflecting on different approaches to distribute and allocate flood risk management in Europe.

NAT HAZARDS. 2016; 83(1): 129-147. WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Thaler, T; Leuin-Keitel, M Multi-level stakeholder engagement in flood risk management-A question of roles and power: Lessons from England.

ENVIRON SCI POLICY. 2016; 55: 292-301. WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Thaler, TA; Priest, SJ; Fuchs, S Evolving inter-regional co-operation in flood risk management: distances and types of partnership approaches in Austria.

REG ENVIRON CHANGE. 2016; 16(3): 841-853. WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

2015

** Habersack, H; Schober, B; Hauer, C Floodplain evaluation matrix (FEM): An interdisciplinary method for evaluating river floodplains in the context of integrated flood risk management.

NAT HAZARDS. 2015; 75: S5-S32. WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Schober, B; Hauer, C; Habersack, H A novel assessment of the role of Danube floodplains in flood hazard reduction (FEM method).

NAT HAZARDS. 2015; 75: S33-S50. WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

2014

** de Leeuw, J; Vrieling, A; Shee, A; Atzberger, C; Hadgu, KM; Biradar, CM; Keah, H; Turvey, C The Potential and Uptake of Remote Sensing in Insurance: A Review.

REMOTE SENS-BASEL. 2014; 6(11): 10888-10912. WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Thaler, T Developing partnership approaches for flood risk management: implementation of inter-local co-operations in Austria.

WATER INT. 2014; 39(7): 1018-1029. WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Thaler, T; Priest, S Partnership funding in flood risk management: new localism debate and policy in England.

AREA. 2014; 46(4): 418-425. WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

2013

** Cundy, AB; Bardos, RP; Church, A; Puschenreiter, M; Friesl-Hanl, W; Muller, I; Neu, S; Mench, M; Witters, N; Vangronsveld, J Developing principles of sustainability and stakeholder engagement for "gentle" remediation approaches: The European context.

J ENVIRON MANAGE. 2013; 129: 283-291. WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Fuchs, S; Keiler, M; Sokratov, S; Shnyparkov, A Spatiotemporal dynamics: the need for an innovative approach in mountain hazard risk management.

NAT HAZARDS. 2013; 68(3): 1217-1241. WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Ziegelback, M; Kastner, G Arbitrage hedging in markets for the US lean hogs and the EU live pigs.

AGR ECON-CZECH. 2013; 59(11): 505-511. WoS

2012

** Holub, M; Suda, J; Fuchs, S Mountain hazards: reducing vulnerability by adapted building design.

ENVIRON EARTH SCI. 2012; 66(7): 1853-1870. WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Lukas, A; Mayr, E; Ruhri, M; Katzmair, H; Perfler, R Failure Experience Improvement System (FEIS) for water supply systems.

J HYDROINFORM. 2012; 14(3): 646-658. WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Mayr, E; Lukas, A; Aichlseder, W; Perfler, R Experiences and lessons learned from practical implementation of a software-supported Water Safety Plan (WSP) approach.

WATER SCI TECH-W SUP. 2012; 12(1): 101-108. WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Mazzorana, B; Comiti, F; Scherer, C; Fuchs, S Developing consistent scenarios to assess flood hazards in mountain streams.

J ENVIRON MANAGE. 2012; 94(1): 112-124. WoS PubMed FullText FullText_BOKU

2010

** Mazzorana, B; Fuchs, S Fuzzy Formative Scenario Analysis for woody material transport related risks in mountain torrents.

ENVIRON MODELL SOFTW. 2010; 25(10): 1208-1224. WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

2009

** Fuchs, S; Spachinger, K; Dorner, W; Rochman, J; Serrhini, K Evaluating cartographic design in flood risk mapping.

ENVIRON HAZARDS-UK. 2009; 8(1): 52-70. WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

2003

** Fuerhacker, M Bisphenol A emission factors from industrial sources and elimination rates in a sewage treatment plant.

WATER SCI TECHNOL. WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY; 47: 117-122. WoS PubMed

1993

** Eder, M. Risikoanalyse mit Hilfe der stochastischen Dominanz Fallbeispiel mit Versuchsdaten ausgewählter Marktfrüchte.

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