Risk, Hazard & Climate Lab

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Publications

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 Publication list of the RISK, HAZARD & CLIMATE LAB in PURE.

 

 

 

Research Highlights

Weather, Climate, and Society

Menk et al. (2022). Climate Change Impact Chains: A Review of Applications, Challenges, and Opportunities for CRVA.

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Int. J. of Disaster Risk Reduction

Abad et al. (2022). Mass movement susceptibility assessment of alpine infrastructure in the Salzkammergut area, Austria

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Open Geosciences

Robson et al. (2022). Estimating the volume of the 1978 Rissa quick clay landslide in Central Norway using historical aerial imagery

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Science of the Total Environment

Abad et al. (2022). Detecting landslide-dammed lakes on Sentinel-2 and monitoring their spatio-temporal evolution following the Kaikōura earthquake

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Geosciences

Dias et al. (2021). Landslide Susceptibility Mapping in Brazil: A Review

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Remote Sensing of Environment

Robson et al. (2020). Automated detection of rock glaciers using deep learning and object-based image analysis.

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Sustainability

Leis & Kienberger. (2020). Climate Risk and Vulnerability Assessment of Floods in Austria: Mapping Homogenous Regions, Hotspots and Typologies.

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Applied Sciences

Hölbling et al. (2020). Mapping and Analyzing the Evolution of the Butangbunasi Landslide using Landsat Time Series with Respect to Heavy Rainfall…

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Applied Sciences

Dabiri et al. (2020). Assessment of Landslide-Induced Geomorphological Changes in Hítardalur Valley, Iceland, Using Sentinel-1 and Sentinel-2 Data.

Dabiri et al. 2020 Graphical Abstract, Applied Sciences

Landslides and Engineered Slopes

Albrecht et al. (2016). User requirements for an Earth Observation (EO)-based landslide information web service. Book chapter.

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