Severin Hohensinner
Severin Hohensinner
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Reconstruction of the characteristics of a natural alluvial river-floodplain system and hydromorphological changes following human modifications: the Danube River (1812-1991)
S Hohensinner, H Habersack, M Jungwirth, G Zauner
River Research and Applications 20 (1), 25-41, 2004
1972004
How do long-term development and periodical changes of river-floodplain systems affect the fate of contaminants? Results from European rivers
GJ Lair, F Zehetner, M Fiebig, MH Gerzabek, CAM Van Gestel, T Hein, ...
Environmental Pollution 157 (12), 3336-3346, 2009
762009
The Integrated River Engineering Project for the free-flowing Danube in the Austrian Alluvial Zone National Park: contradictory goals and mutual solutions
W Reckendorfer, R Schmalfuss, C Baumgartner, H Habersack, ...
Archiv für Hydrobiologie, Supplementband 155 (1-4), 613-630, 2005
732005
Changes in water and land: the reconstructed Viennese riverscape from 1500 to the present
S Hohensinner, B Lager, C Sonnlechner, G Haidvogl, S Gierlinger, ...
Water History 5 (2), 145-172, 2013
672013
Spatio-temporal habitat dynamics in a changing Danube River landscape 1812-2006
S Hohensinner, M Jungwirth, S Muhar, S Schmutz
River Research and Applications 27 (8), 939-955, 2011
642011
Type-specific reference conditions of fluvial landscapes: a search in the past by 3D-reconstruction
S Hohensinner, M Herrnegger, AP Blaschke, C Habereder, G Haidvogl, ...
Catena 75 (2), 200-215, 2008
632008
Restoring riverine landscapes at the Drau River: successes and deficits in the context of ecological integrity
S Muhar, M Jungwirth, G Unfer, C Wiesner, M Poppe, S Schmutz, ...
Developments in Earth Surface Processes 11, 779-803, 2007
572007
Historical analyses: A foundation for developing and evaluating river‐type specific restoration programs
S Hohensinner, M Jungwirth, S Muhar, H Habersack
International Journal of River Basin Management 3 (2), 87-96, 2005
422005
Two steps back, one step forward: reconstructing the dynamic Danube riverscape under human influence in Vienna
S Hohensinner, C Sonnlechner, M Schmid, V Winiwarter
Water History 5 (2), 121-143, 2013
372013
Österreichs Donau. Landschaft - Fisch - Geschichte (Austria's Danube. Landscape - Fish - History); ISBN: 978-3-900932-20-6
M Jungwirth, G Haidvogl, S Hohensinner, H Waidbacher, G Zauner
Institute of Hydrobiology & Aquatic Ecosystem Management (IHG), University …, 2014
34*2014
Optimised management strategies for the Biosphere reserve Lobau, Austria-based on a multi criteria decision support system
T Hein, AP Blaschke, G Haidvogl, S Hohensinner, V Kucera-Hirzinger, ...
Ecohydrology & Hydrobiology 6 (1-4), 25-36, 2006
342006
The environmental history of the Danube river basin as an issue of long-term socio-ecological research
V Winiwarter, M Schmid, S Hohensinner, G Haidvogl
Long term socio-ecological research, 103-122, 2013
302013
Historical analysis of habitat turnover and age distributions as a reference for restoration of Austrian Danube floodplains
S Hohensinner, G Haidvogl, M Jungwirth, S Muhar, S Preis, S Schmutz
WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment 83, 2005
292005
Importance of multi-dimensional morphodynamics for habitat evolution: Danube River 1715–2006
S Hohensinner, M Jungwirth, S Muhar, S Schmutz
Geomorphology 215, 3-19, 2014
262014
Floods, fights and a fluid river: the Viennese Danube in the sixteenth century
C Sonnlechner, S Hohensinner, G Haidvogl
Water History 5 (2), 173-194, 2013
222013
Urban land for a growing city at the banks of a moving river: Vienna's spread into the Danube island Unterer Werd from the late 17th to the beginning of the 20th century
G Haidvogl, M Guthyne-Horvath, S Gierlinger, S Hohensinner, ...
Water History 5 (2), 195-217, 2013
222013
Leitbild-specific measures for the rehabilitation of the heavily modified Austrian Danube River
M Jungwirth, G Haidvogl, S Hohensinner, S Muhar, S Schmutz, ...
Archiv für Hydrobiologie. Supplementband. Large rivers 15 (1-4), 17-36, 2005
202005
Reconstruction of original habitat conditions of the Danube river/floodplain biocoenosis based on the morphological development from 1715-1991, Machland, Upper/Lower Austria
S Hohensinner
Inst. of Hydrobiology & Aquatic Ecosystem Managem., 2008
19*2008
Benchmarking fluvial dynamics for process‐based river restoration: The Upper Rhine River (1816–2014)
M Diaz‐Redondo, G Egger, M Marchamalo, S Hohensinner, E Dister
River Research and Applications 33 (3), 403-414, 2017
162017
Supporting analysis of floodplain restoration options by historical analysis
I Baart, S Hohensinner, I Zsuffa, T Hein
Environmental science & policy 34, 92-102, 2013
162013
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