Thomas Thaler
Thomas Thaler
University of Natural Resouces and Life Sciences
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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
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 (1), 129-147, 2016
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
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
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
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
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 (3), 841-853, 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
Multi-vulnerability analysis for flash flood risk management
K Karagiorgos, T Thaler, J Hübl, F Maris, S Fuchs
Natural Hazards 82 (1), 63-87, 2016
An input-output assessment of water productivity in the Castile and León Region (Spain)
CD Pérez Blanco, T Thaler
Water 6 (4), 929-944, 2014
Developing partnership approaches for flood risk management: implementation of inter-local co-operations in Austria
T Thaler
Water international 39 (7), 1018-1029, 2014
Vulnerability and resilience to natural hazards
S Fuchs, T Thaler
Cambridge University Press, 2018
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
Allocation of risk and benefits—distributional justices in mountain hazard management
T Thaler, A Zischg, M Keiler, S Fuchs
Regional Environmental Change, 2017
Bottom‐up citizen initiatives as emergent actors in flood risk management: Mapping roles, relations and limitations
S Seebauer, S Ortner, P Babcicky, T Thaler
Journal of flood risk management 12 (3), e12468, 2019
Social justice in the context of adaptation to climate change—reflecting on different policy approaches to distribute and allocate flood risk management
T Thaler, S Fuchs, S Priest, N Doorn
Regional Environmental Change 18 (2), 305-309, 2018
The introduction of catchment-wide co-operations: Scalar reconstructions and transformation in Austria in flood risk management
T Thaler, L Löschner, T Hartmann
Land Use Policy 68, 563-573, 2017
Micro-sized enterprises: vulnerability to flash floods
K Karagiorgos, M Heiser, T Thaler, J Hübl, S Fuchs
Natural Hazards 84 (2), 1091-1107, 2016
Investigating the use of environmental benefits in the policy decision process: a qualitative study focusing on the EU water policy
T Thaler, B Boteler, T Dworak, S Holen, M Lago
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 57 (10), 1515-1530, 2014
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