Thomas Hartmann
Thomas Hartmann
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Wicked problems and clumsy solutions: Planning as expectation management
T Hartmann
Planning Theory 11 (3), 242-256, 2012
732012
Clumsy floodplains: Responsive land policy for extreme floods
T Hartmann
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2011
50*2011
Dilemmas of involvement in land management – Comparing an active (Dutch) and a passive (German) approach
T Hartmann, T Spit
Land Use Policy 42, 729–737, 2015
442015
The flood risk management plan: towards spatial water governance
T Hartmann, P Driessen
Journal of Flood Risk Management 10 (2), 145-154, 2017
432017
Justice and flood risk management: Reflecting on different approaches to distribute and allocate flood risk management in Europe
T Thaler, T Hartmann
Natural Hazards, 2016
382016
Planning by law and property rights reconsidered
T Hartmann, B Needham
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2012
302012
Clumsy floodplains and the law: towards a responsive land policy for extreme floods
T Hartmann
Built Environment 35 (4), 531-544, 2009
302009
A co-evolving frontier between land and water: dilemmas of flexibility versus robustness in flood risk management
B Tempels, T Hartmann
Frontiers of Land and Water Governance in Urban Regions. Routledge Special …, 2016
262016
A co-evolving frontier between land and water: dilemmas of flexibility versus robustness in flood risk management
B Tempels, T Hartmann
Water International 39 (6), 872-883, 2014
262014
Land policy for German Rivers: making space for the rivers
T Hartmann
Making space for the river: governance experiences with multifunctional …, 2012
222012
Legitimizing differentiated flood protection levels - Consequences of the European flood risk management plan
T Hartmann, T Spit
Environmental Science & Policy, doi: 10.1016/j.envsci.2015.08.013, 2015
212015
From Flood Protection to Flood Risk Management: Condition-Based and Performance-Based Regulations in German Water Law
T Hartmann, J Albrecht
Journal of Environmental Law 26 (2), 243-268, 2014
212014
The Flood Risk Management Plan
T Hartmann, R Juepner
International Journal of Water Governance 2 (1), 107-118, 2014
192014
Reframing polyrational floodplains: Land policy for large areas for temporary emergency retention
T Hartmann
Nature and Culture 5 (1), 15-30, 2010
172010
Contesting land policies for space for rivers–rational, viable, and clumsy floodplain management
T Hartmann
Journal of Flood Risk Management 4 (3), 165-175, 2011
142011
Implementing the European Flood Risk Management Plan
T Hartmann, T Spit
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 2015
112015
Managing riverside property: Spatial water management in Germany from a Dutch perspective
T Hartmann, T Spit
Planning by law and property rights reconsidered, 97–114, 2012
112012
The strategic use of time-limited property rights in land-use planning: Evidence from Switzerland
JD Gerber, S Nahrath, T Hartmann
Environment and Planning A 94 (4), 2017
92017
Den Flüssen mehr Raum geben–Umsetzungsrestriktionen in Recht und Praxis
T Hartmann
Raumforschung und Raumordnung 69 (4), 257-268, 2011
82011
Capacity building for the integration of climate adaptation into urban planning processes: the Dutch experience
T Hartmann, TJM Spit
American Journal of Climate Change 3 (3), 245-252, 2014
72014
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