Maria Papathoma-Köhle
Maria Papathoma-Köhle
University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Institute of Mountain Risk Engineering
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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
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
Assessing tsunami vulnerability, an example from Herakleio, Crete
M Papathoma, D Dominey-Howes, Y Zong, D Smith
Tsunami vulnerability assessment and its implications for coastal hazard analysis and disaster management planning, Gulf of Corinth, Greece
M Papathoma, D Dominey-Howes
Validating a tsunami vulnerability assessment model (the PTVA model) using field data from the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami
D Dominey-Howes, M Papathoma
Natural Hazards 40 (1), 113-136, 2007
Improvement of vulnerability curves using data from extreme events: debris flow event in South Tyrol
M Papathoma-Koehle, M Keiler, R Totschnig, T Glade
Natural Hazards 64 (3), 2083-2105, 2012
Probabilistic assessment of vulnerability to landslide: application to the village of Lichtenstein, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
AM Kaynia, M Papathoma-Köhle, B Neuhäuser, K Ratzinger, H Wenzel, ...
Engineering Geology 101 (1-2), 33-48, 2008
Elements at risk as a framework for assessing the vulnerability of communities to landslides
M Papathoma-Köhle, B Neuhäuser, K Ratzinger, H Wenzel, ...
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
Estimating probable maximum loss from a Cascadia tsunami
D Dominey-Howes, P Dunbar, J Varner, M Papathoma-Köhle
Natural hazards 53 (1), 43-61, 2010
Matrices, curves and indicators: A review of approaches to assess physical vulnerability to debris flows
M Papathoma-Köhle, B Gems, M Sturm, S Fuchs
Earth-Science Reviews 171, 272-288, 2017
Vulnerability curves vs. vulnerability indicators: application of an indicator-based methodology for debris-flow hazards.
M Papathoma-Köhle
Natural Hazards & Earth System Sciences 16 (8), 2016
A common methodology for risk assessment and mapping of climate change related hazards—implications for climate change adaptation policies
M Papathoma-Köhle, C Promper, T Glade
Climate 4 (1), 8, 2016
Quantification of model uncertainty in debris flow vulnerability assessment
UMK Eidsvig, M Papathoma-Köhle, J Du, T Glade, BV Vangelsten
Engineering Geology 181, 15-26, 2014
Assessment of vulnerability to natural hazards: a European perspective
J Birkmann, S Kienberger, D Alexander
Elsevier, 2014
The role of vegetation cover change for landslide hazard and risk
M Papathoma-Köhle, T Glade
The role of ecosystems in disaster risk reduction. UNU-Press, Tokyo, 293-320, 2013
Risk evolution: how can changes in the built environment influence the potential loss of natural hazards?
B Schwendtner, M Papathoma-Köhle, T Glade
Natural hazards and earth system sciences 13 (9), 2195, 2013
A new vulnerability function for debris flow-The importance of physical vulnerability assessment in alpine areas
M Papathoma-Köhle, R Totschnig, M Keiler, T Glade
Internationale Forschungsgesellschaft INTERPRAEVENT, 2012
A common methodology for risk assessment and mapping for south-east Europe: an application for heat wave risk in Romania
M Papathoma-Koehle, C Promper, R Bojariu, R Cica, A Sik, K Perge, ...
Natural Hazards 82 (1), 89-109, 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
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