Stefan Schneiderbauer
Stefan Schneiderbauer
Head of unit. Eurac Research, GLOMOS
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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
Risk, hazard and people’s vulnerability to natural hazards
S Schneiderbauer, D Ehrlich
A review of definitions, concepts and data. European Commission Joint …, 2004
The Vulnerability Sourcebook: Concept and guidelines for standardised vulnerability assessments
K Fritzsche, S Schneiderbauer, P Bubeck, S Kienberger, M Buth, ...
King’s Research Portal
S Kruse, T Abeling, H Deeming, M Fordham, J Forrester, S Julich, ...
Landslide mapping and monitoring by using radar and optical remote sensing: examples from the EC-FP7 project SAFER
N Casagli, F Cigna, S Bianchini, D Hölbling, P Füreder, G Righini, ...
Remote sensing applications: society and environment 4, 92-108, 2016
Multi-risk assessment in mountain regions: A review of modelling approaches for climate change adaptation
S Terzi, S Torresan, S Schneiderbauer, A Critto, M Zebisch, A Marcomini
Journal of environmental management 232, 759-771, 2019
Vulnerability assessment within climate change and natural hazard contexts: revealing gaps and synergies through coastal applications
E Romieu, T Welle, S Schneiderbauer, M Pelling, C Vinchon
Sustainability Science 5 (2), 159-170, 2010
Social levels and hazard
S Schneiderbauer, D Ehrlich
Measuring Vulnerability to Natural Hazards: towards disaster resilient …, 2007
Statistical analysis for assessing shallow-landslide susceptibility in South Tyrol (south-eastern Alps, Italy)
D Piacentini, F Troiani, M Soldati, C Notarnicola, D Savelli, ...
Geomorphology 151, 196-206, 2012
Correlation does not imply geomorphic causation in data-driven landslide susceptibility modelling–Benefits of exploring landslide data collection effects
S Steger, V Mair, C Kofler, M Pittore, M Zebisch, S Schneiderbauer
Science of the total environment 776, 145935, 2021
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction
K Renner, S Schneiderbauer, F Pruß, C Kofler, D Martin, S Cockings
Risk perception of climate change and natural hazards in global mountain regions: A critical review
S Schneiderbauer, PF Pisa, JL Delves, L Pedoth, S Rufat, M Erschbamer, ...
Science of the total environment, 146957, 2021
Risk and vulnerability to natural disasters–from broad view to focused perspective
S Schneiderbauer
Theoretical Background and Applied Methods for the Identification of the …, 2007
Assessment of vulnerability to natural hazards: a European perspective
J Birkmann, S Kienberger, D Alexander
Elsevier, 2014
Critical data source; tool or even infrastructure? Challenges of geographic information systems and remote sensing for disaster risk governance
A Fekete, K Tzavella, I Armas, J Binner, M Garschagen, C Giupponi, ...
ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information 4 (4), 1848-1869, 2015
Assessing adaptive capacity within regional climate change vulnerability studies—an Alpine example
S Schneiderbauer, L Pedoth, D Zhang, M Zebisch
Natural hazards 67 (3), 1059-1073, 2013
The most recent view of vulnerability
S Schneiderbauer, E Calliari, U Eidsvig, M Hagenlocher
Science for disaster risk management 2017: knowing better and losing less, 2017
The vulnerability sourcebook and climate impact chains–a standardised framework for a climate vulnerability and risk assessment
M Zebisch, S Schneiderbauer, K Fritzsche, P Bubeck, S Kienberger, ...
International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management, 2021
Urban regions: vulnerabilities, vulnerability assessments by indicators and adaptation options for climate change impacts
I Schauser, S Otto, S Schneiderbauer, A Harvey, N Hodgson, H Robrecht, ...
European Topic Centre on Air and Climate Change (ETC/ACC): Bilthoven, 2010
Remote sensing from space: supporting international peace and security
B Jasani, M Pesaresi, S Schneiderbauer, G Zeug
Springer Science & Business Media, 2009
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