Thomas Thaler
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Multi-level stakeholder engagement in flood risk management—A question of roles and power: Lessons from England
T Thaler, M Levin-Keitel
Environmental Science & Policy 55, 292-301, 2016
Political feasibility of 1.5 C societal transformations: the role of social justice
JJ Patterson, T Thaler, M Hoffmann, S Hughes, A Oels, E Chu, A Mert, ...
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 31, 1-9, 2018
Justice and flood risk management: reflecting on different approaches to distribute and allocate flood risk management in Europe
T Thaler, T Hartmann
Natural Hazards 83, 129-147, 2016
Flood risk perception and adaptation capacity: A contribution to the socio-hydrology debate
S Fuchs, K Karagiorgos, K Kitikidou, F Maris, S Paparrizos, T Thaler
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 21 (6), 3183-3198, 2017
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
The behavioral turn in flood risk management, its assumptions and potential implications
C Kuhlicke, S Seebauer, P Hudson, C Begg, P Bubeck, C Dittmer, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 7 (3), e1418, 2020
Partnership funding in flood risk management: new localism debate and policy in E ngland
T Thaler, S Priest
Area 46 (4), 418-425, 2014
Participatory and collaborative governance for sustainable flood risk management: An emerging research agenda
E Challies, J Newig, T Thaler, E Kochskämper, M Levin-Keitel
Environmental Science and Policy 55 (2016) 55, 275-280, 2016
Integrated flash flood vulnerability assessment: Insights from East Attica, Greece
K Karagiorgos, T Thaler, M Heiser, J Hübl, S Fuchs
Journal of Hydrology 541, 553-562, 2016
Drivers and barriers of adaptation initiatives–How societal transformation affects natural hazard management and risk mitigation in Europe
T Thaler, MS Attems, M Bonnefond, D Clarke, A Gatien-Tournat, ...
Science of the total environment 650, 1073-1082, 2019
Vulnerability and resilience to natural hazards
S Fuchs, T Thaler
Cambridge University Press, 2018
Implementation of property‐level flood risk adaptation (PLFRA) measures: Choices and decisions
MS Attems, T Thaler, E Genovese, S Fuchs
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 7 (1), e1404, 2020
Evolving inter-regional co-operation in flood risk management: distances and types of partnership approaches in Austria
TA Thaler, SJ Priest, S Fuchs
Regional environmental change 16, 841-853, 2016
Multi-vulnerability analysis for flash flood risk management
K Karagiorgos, T Thaler, J Hübl, F Maris, S Fuchs
Natural Hazards 82, 63-87, 2016
Bottom‑up citizen initiatives in natural hazard management: Why they appear and what they can do?
T Thaler, S Seebauer
Environmental Science & Policy 94, 101-111, 2019
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 784, 146957, 2021
Swimming alone? Why linking flood risk perception and behavior requires more than “it's the individual, stupid”
S Rufat, A Fekete, I Armaş, T Hartmann, C Kuhlicke, T Prior, T Thaler, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 7 (5), e1462, 2020
Allocation of risk and benefits—distributional justices in mountain hazard management
T Thaler, A Zischg, M Keiler, S Fuchs
Regional environmental change 18, 353-365, 2018
The influence of tailored risk communication on individual adaptive behaviour
MS Attems, T Thaler, KAW Snel, P Davids, T Hartmann, S Fuchs
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 49, 101618, 2020
The influence of climate change and canopy disturbances on landslide susceptibility in headwater catchments
C Scheidl, M Heiser, S Kamper, T Thaler, K Klebinder, F Nagl, V Lechner, ...
Science of the total environment 742, 140588, 2020
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