Alexander Fekete
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Validation of a social vulnerability index in context to river-floods in Germany
A Fekete
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 9 (2), 393-403, 2009
Scales as a challenge for vulnerability assessment
A Fekete, M Damm, J Birkmann
Natural Hazards 55, 729-747, 2010
A multi-criteria approach for assessing urban flood resilience in Tehran, Iran
M Moghadas, A Asadzadeh, A Vafeidis, A Fekete, T Kötter
International journal of disaster risk reduction 35, 101069, 2019
Spatial disaster vulnerability and risk assessments: challenges in their quality and acceptance
A Fekete
Natural hazards 61, 1161-1178, 2012
Benefits and challenges of resilience and vulnerability for disaster risk management
A Fekete, G Hufschmidt, S Kruse
International journal of disaster risk science 5, 3-20, 2014
Common criteria for the assessment of critical infrastructures
A Fekete
International Journal of Disaster Risk Science 2, 15-24, 2011
Assessment of social vulnerability for river-floods in Germany
A Fekete
Universitäts-und Landesbibliothek Bonn, 2010
Here comes the flood, but not failure? Lessons to learn after the heavy rain and pluvial floods in Germany 2021
A Fekete, S Sandholz
Water 13 (21), 3016, 2021
Safety and security target levels: Opportunities and challenges for risk management and risk communication
A Fekete
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 2, 67-76, 2012
Social vulnerability (re-) assessment in context to natural hazards: Review of the usefulness of the spatial indicator approach and investigations of validation demands
A Fekete
International Journal of Disaster Risk Science 10, 220-232, 2019
Critical infrastructure and flood resilience: Cascading effects beyond water
A Fekete
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 6 (5), e1370, 2019
Constructing a comprehensive disaster resilience index: The case of Italy
S Marzi, J Mysiak, AH Essenfelder, M Amadio, S Giove, A Fekete
PloS one 14 (9), e0221585, 2019
Resilience learning and indigenous knowledge of earthquake risk in Indonesia
H Kurnio, A Fekete, F Naz, C Norf, R Jüpner
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 62, 102423, 2021
Extreme events, critical infrastructures, human vulnerability and strategic planning: Emerging research issues
J Birkmann, F Wenzel, S Greiving, M Garschagen, D Vallée, W Nowak, ...
Journal of Extreme Events 3 (04), 1650017, 2016
Problematising loss and damage
DJ Wrathall, A Oliver-Smith, A Fekete, E Gencer, ML Reyes, ...
International Journal of Global Warming 8 (2), 274-294, 2015
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
Spatial exposure aspects contributing to vulnerability and resilience assessments of urban critical infrastructure in a flood and blackout context
A Fekete, K Tzavella, R Baumhauer
Natural Hazards 86 (Suppl 1), 151-176, 2017
Opportunities provided by geographic information systems and volunteered geographic information for a timely emergency response during flood events in Cologne, Germany
K Tzavella, A Fekete, F Fiedrich
Natural Hazards 91, 29-57, 2018
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
Adding value to critical infrastructure research and disaster risk management: the resilience concept
C Bach, S Bouchon, A Fekete, J Birkmann, D Serre
SAPI EN. S. Surveys and Perspectives Integrating Environment and Society, 2013
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