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Insights on how avalanche forecast users combine danger ratings with steepness to assess the avalanche risk of individual slopes during trip planning
Haegeli, P., Mitterer, C., Stucki, T., Walcher, M., & Rupf, R. (2023). Insights on how avalanche forecast users combine danger ratings with steepness to assess the avalanche risk of individual slopes during trip planning. In ISSW proceedings. International snow science workshop proceedings 2023 (pp. 366-372).
Retention and use of avalanche forecast information: findings from field and online surveys
Trachsel, J., Eberli, M., Grüter, S., Winkler, K., Lucas, C., Richter, B., & Techel, F. (2023). Retention and use of avalanche forecast information: findings from field and online surveys. In ISSW proceedings. International snow science workshop proceedings 2023 (pp. 974-981).
Social integration matters: factors influencing natural hazard risk preparedness—a survey of Swiss households
Maidl, E., Bresch, D. N., & Buchecker, M. (2021). Social integration matters: factors influencing natural hazard risk preparedness—a survey of Swiss households. Natural Hazards, 105, 1861-1890. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11069-020-04381-2
Social representations of natural hazard risk in Swiss mountain regions
Maidl, E., & Buchecker, M. (2019). Social representations of natural hazard risk in Swiss mountain regions. Geosciences, 9(1), 2 (30 pp.). https://doi.org/10.3390/geosciences9010002
How well do the wider public accept integrated flood risk management? An empirical study in two Swiss Alpine valleys
Buchecker, M., Ogasa, D., & Maidl, E. (2016). How well do the wider public accept integrated flood risk management? An empirical study in two Swiss Alpine valleys. Environmental Science and Policy, 55, 309-317. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envsci.2015.07.021
Is the Swiss population prepared to cope with natural hazards? Findings from a comprehensive survey of the Swiss population
Maidl, E., Buchecker, M., & Wiederkehr, B. (2016). Is the Swiss population prepared to cope with natural hazards? Findings from a comprehensive survey of the Swiss population. In G. Koboltschnig (Ed.), 13th congress INTERPRAEVENT 2016. 30 May to 2 June 2016. Lucerne, Switzerland. Extended abstracts "Living with natural risks" (pp. 38-39). International Research Society INTERPRAEVENT.
Hochwasserschutz in der Stadt Zürich: eine empirische Studie zur Risikokommunikation
Maidl, E., & Buchecker, M. (2013). Hochwasserschutz in der Stadt Zürich: eine empirische Studie zur Risikokommunikation. WSL Berichte: Vol. 1. Birmensdorf: Eidg. Forschungsanstalt für Wald, Schnee und Landschaft WSL.
Linking social capacities and risk communication in Europe: a gap between theory and practice?
Höppner, C., Whittle, R., Bründl, M., & Buchecker, M. (2012). Linking social capacities and risk communication in Europe: a gap between theory and practice? Natural Hazards, 64(2), 1753-1778. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11069-012-0356-5
Can end-users' flood management decision making be improved by information about forecast uncertainty?
Frick, J., & Hegg, C. (2011). Can end-users' flood management decision making be improved by information about forecast uncertainty? Atmospheric Research, 100(2-3), 296-303. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.atmosres.2010.12.006
Do natural science experiments influence public attitudes towards environmental problems?
Wallner, A., Hunziker, M., & Kienast, F. (2003). Do natural science experiments influence public attitudes towards environmental problems? Global Environmental Change, 13(3), 185-194. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0959-3780(03)00042-6