Michael Hagenlocher
Michael Hagenlocher
Associate Academic Officer, United Nations University (UNU-EHS)
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Assessing socioeconomic vulnerability to dengue fever in Cali, Colombia: statistical vs expert-based modeling
M Hagenlocher, E Delmelle, I Casas, S Kienberger
International Journal of Health Geographics 12 (1), 36, 2013
792013
World risk report 2016
M Garschagen, M Hagenlocher, M Comes, M Dubbert, R Sabelfeld, ...
Germany: Bündnis Entwicklung Hilft, United Nations University–Institute for …, 2017
582017
World risk report 2016
M Garschagen, M Hagenlocher, M Comes, M Dubbert, R Sabelfeld, ...
Bündnis Entwicklung Hilft and UNU-EHS, 2016
532016
Spatial-explicit modeling of social vulnerability to malaria in East Africa
S Kienberger, M Hagenlocher
International journal of health geographics 13 (1), 29, 2014
512014
Mapping malaria risk and vulnerability in the United Republic of Tanzania: a spatial explicit model
M Hagenlocher, MC Castro
Population health metrics 13 (1), 2, 2015
502015
Integrated assessment of the environmental impact of an IDP camp in Sudan based on very high resolution multi-temporal satellite imagery
M Hagenlocher, S Lang, D Tiede
Remote Sensing of Environment 126, 27-38, 2012
482012
Geons–domain-specific regionalization of space
S Lang, S Kienberger, D Tiede, M Hagenlocher, L Pernkopf
Cartography and Geographic Information Science 41 (3), 214-226, 2014
372014
A spatial model of socioeconomic and environmental determinants of dengue fever in Cali, Colombia
E Delmelle, M Hagenlocher, S Kienberger, I Casas
Acta tropica 164, 169-176, 2016
342016
A WebGIS tool for visualizing and exploring socioeconomic vulnerability to dengue fever in Cali, Colombia
S Kienberger, M Hagenlocher, E Delmelle, I Casas
Geospatial Health 8 (1), 313-316, 2013
282013
Modeling Hotspots of Climate Change in the Sahel Using Object-Based Regionalization of Multidimensional Gridded Datasets
M Hagenlocher, S Lang, D Holbling, D Tiede, S Kienberger
IEEE 7 (1), 229-234, 2014
212014
A review of vulnerability indicators for deltaic social–ecological systems
Z Sebesvari, FG Renaud, S Haas, Z Tessler, M Hagenlocher, J Kloos, ...
Sustainability Science 11 (4), 575-590, 2016
202016
Multiscale evaluation of an urban deprivation index: Implications for quality of life and healthcare accessibility planning
P Cabrera-Barona, C Wei, M Hagenlocher
Applied Geography 70, 1-10, 2016
192016
Implications of Spatial Scales and Reporting Units for the Spatial Modelling of Vulnerability to Vector-borne Diseases
M Hagenlocher, S Kienberger, S Lang, T Blaschke
Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften 2014, 197-206, 2014
162014
Environmental change and Rift Valley fever in eastern Africa: projecting beyond HEALTHY FUTURES
D Taylor, M Hagenlocher, AE Jones, S Kienberger, J Leedale, AP Morse
Geospatial health, 2016
132016
Modelling homogeneous regions of social vulnerability to malaria in Rwanda
JP Bizimana, S Kienberger, M Hagenlocher, E Twarabamenye
Geospatial health, 2016
122016
Can weather generation capture precipitation patterns across different climates, spatial scales and under data scarcity?
K Breinl, G Di Baldassarre, MG Lopez, M Hagenlocher, G Vico, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 5449, 2017
112017
Vulnerability and risk of deltaic social-ecological systems exposed to multiple hazards
M Hagenlocher, FG Renaud, S Haas, Z Sebesvari
Science of the Total Environment 631, 71-80, 2018
92018
Remote Sensing Systems—Platforms and Sensors: Aerial, Satellite, UAV, Optical, Radar, and LiDAR
SS Panda, MN Rao
Remotely Sensed Data Characterization, Classification, and Accuracies, 37-92, 2015
92015
World risk report
M Garschagen, P Mucke, A Schauber, T Seibert, T Welle, J Birkmann, ...
B ündnis entwicklung hilft (alliance development works), United Nations …, 2014
82014
The most recent view of vulnerability
S Schneiderbauer, E Calliari, U Eidsvig, M Hagenlocher
Joint Research Centre (European Commission), 2017
62017
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