Margreth Keiler
Margreth Keiler
Institute of Geography, University Bern
Email verificata su giub.unibe.ch - Home page
Titolo
Citata da
Citata da
Anno
Framing vulnerability, risk and societal responses: the MOVE framework
J Birkmann, OD Cardona, ML Carreño, AH Barbat, M Pelling, ...
Natural hazards 67 (2), 193-211, 2013
5222013
Challenges of analyzing multi-hazard risk: a review
MS Kappes, M Keiler, K von Elverfeldt, T Glade
Natural hazards 64 (2), 1925-1958, 2012
3012012
Physical vulnerability assessment for alpine hazards: state of the art and future needs
M Papathoma-Köhle, M Kappes, M Keiler, T Glade
Natural hazards 58 (2), 645-680, 2011
1772011
Assessing physical vulnerability for multi-hazards using an indicator-based methodology
MS Kappes, M Papathoma-Koehle, M Keiler
Applied Geography 32 (2), 577-590, 2012
1622012
Climate change and geomorphological hazards in the eastern European Alps
M Keiler, J Knight, S Harrison
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London A: Mathematical …, 2010
1402010
Improvement of vulnerability curves using data from extreme events: debris flow event in South Tyrol
M Papathoma-Köhle, M Keiler, R Totschnig, T Glade
Natural Hazards 64 (3), 2083-2105, 2012
1012012
Avalanche risk assessment - a multi-temporal approach, results from Galtür, Austria
M Keiler, R Sailer, P Jörg, S Fuchs, A Zischg, S Sauermoser
Natural Hazards and Earth System Science 6 (4), 637-651, 2006
862006
A spatiotemporal multi-hazard exposure assessment based on property data
S Fuchs, M Keiler, A Zischg
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 15 (9), 2127-2142, 2015
832015
Loss estimation for landslides in mountain areas–An integrated toolbox for vulnerability assessment and damage documentation
M Papathoma-Köhle, A Zischg, S Fuchs, T Glade, M Keiler
Environmental Modelling & Software 63, 156-169, 2015
742015
Spatiotemporal dynamics: the need for an innovative approach in mountain hazard risk management
S Fuchs, M Keiler, S Sokratov, A Shnyparkov
Natural Hazards 64 (3), 2083-2105, 2013
732013
Development of the damage potential resulting from avalanche risk in the period 1950-2000, case study Galtür
M Keiler
662004
Natural Hazard Management from a Coevolutionary Perspective: Exposure and Policy Response in the European Alps
S Fuchs, V Röthlisberger, T Thaler, A Zischg, M Keiler
Annals of the American Association of Geographers 107 (2), 382-392, 2017
632017
From single-to multi-hazard risk analyses: a concept addressing emerging challenges
M Kappes, M Keiler, T Glade
Mountain risks: bringing science to society. Proceedings of the …, 2010
612010
Avalanche related damage potential-changes of persons and mobile values since the mid-twentieth century, case study Galtür
M Keiler, A Zischg, S Fuchs, M Hama, J Stötter
Natural Hazards and Earth System Science 5 (1), 49-58, 2005
602005
The long-term development of avalanche risk in settlements considering the temporal variability of damage potential
S Fuchs, M Keiler, AP Zischg, M Bründl
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 5 (6), 893-901, 2005
602005
A physical approach on flood risk vulnerability of buildings
B Mazzorana, S Simoni, C Scherer, B Gems, S Fuchs, M Keiler
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 18 (9), 3817-3836, 2014
512014
The MultiRISK platform: The technical concept and application of a regional-scale multihazard exposure analysis tool
MS Kappes, K Gruber, S Frigerio, R Bell, M Keiler, T Glade
Geomorphology 151, 139-155, 2012
492012
Identifying spatial clusters of flood exposure to support decision making in risk management
V Röthlisberger, AP Zischg, M Keiler
Science of The Total Environment 598, 593-603, 2017
442017
Temporal variability of damage potential on roads as a conceptual contribution towards a short-term avalanche risk simulation
A Zischg, S Fuchs, M Keiler, J Stötter
Natural Hazards and Earth System Science 5 (2), 235-242, 2005
412005
On the connection between debris flow activity and permafrost degradation: a case study from the Schnalstal, South Tyrolean Alps, Italy
K Sattler, M Keiler, A Zischg, L Schrott
Permafrost and Periglacial Processes 22 (3), 254-265, 2011
392011
Il sistema al momento non può eseguire l'operazione. Riprova più tardi.
Articoli 1–20