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Baumert, Niklas. Advancing Risk and Vulnerability Assessment for Decision-Making and Research – Case Study from the German-Indonesian Tsunami Early Warning System (GITEWS) Project. 6574 586
Abeling, Thomas. Can we learn to be resilient? Institutional constraints for social learning in heatwave risk management in London, UK. 6388 586
Chang Seng, Denis. Disaster risk preparedness: the role of risk governance, multi-institutional arrangements and polycentric frameworks for a resilient tsunami early warning system in Indonesia. 6825 619
Depietri, Yaella. Ecosystem services in practice: Well-being and vulnerability of two European urban areas. 6769 898
Shen, Xiaomeng. Flood risk perception and communication within risk management in different cultural contexts: a comparative study between Wuhan, China, and Cologne, Germany.. 7152 679
Fernando, Nishara. Forced relocation after the Indian Ocean tsunami 2004: case study of vulnerable populations in three relocation settlements in Galle, Sri Lanka. 6870 247
Damm, Marion. Mapping social-ecological vulnerability to flooding: a sub-national approach for Germany. 6945 488
Oft, Philine. Microfinance instruments can contribute to build resilience: a case study of coping and adaptation strategies to Climate-Related Shocks in Piura, Peru. 6666 429
Schwab, Maria. Nature and Values of Coping and Adaptation: An evaluation of response mechanisms to changing waterrelated risks in rural areas of the Vietnamese Mekong Delta. 6709 209
Fekete, Alexander. Social vulnerability to river floods in Germany. 6958 1073
Nguyen, Thanh Binh. Vulnerability and adaptation to salinity intrusion in the Mekong Delta of Vietnam. 6870 441
Tuan, Vo Van. Vulnerability assessment of different socio-economic groups to floods in the rural Mekong Delta of Vietnam. 6786 2255
Ayeb-Karlsson, Sonja. When the disaster strikes: (im)mobility decision-making in the context of environmental shocks and climate change impacts. 6287