Raphael Spiekermann
Raphael Spiekermann
Landcare Research NZ
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei landcareresearch.co.nz
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Environmental change in time series–An interdisciplinary study in the Sahel of Mali and Senegal
M Brandt, C Romankiewicz, R Spiekermann, C Samimi
Journal of Arid Environments 105, 52-63, 2014
562014
The Disaster-Knowledge Matrix–Reframing and evaluating the knowledge challenges in disaster risk reduction
R Spiekermann, S Kienberger, J Norton, F Briones, J Weichselgartner
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 13, 96-108, 2015
482015
Woody vegetation and land cover changes in the Sahel of Mali (1967–2011)
R Spiekermann, M Brandt, C Samimi
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 34 …, 2015
332015
ÖKS15-Klimaszenarien für Österreich
B Chimani, G Heinrich, M Hofstätter, M Kerschbaumer, S Kienberger, ...
Daten, Methoden und Klimaanalyse, Report, Vienna, 2016
72016
Spatial risk assessment of opium poppy cultivation in Afghanistan: integrating environmental and socio-economic drivers
S Kienberger, R Spiekermann, D Tiede, I Zeiler, C Bussink
International Journal of Digital Earth 10 (7), 719-736, 2017
62017
Volumetric measurement of river bank erosion from sequential historical aerial photography
R Spiekermann, H Betts, J Dymond, L Basher
Geomorphology 296, 193-208, 2017
52017
Identifying spatio-temporal landslide hotspots on North Island, New Zealand, by analyzing historical and recent aerial photography
D Hölbling, H Betts, R Spiekermann, C Phillips
Geosciences 6 (4), 48, 2016
52016
John Norton, Fernando Briones, and Juergen Weichselgartner. 2015.“The Disaster-Knowledge Matrix—Reframing and Evaluating the Knowledge Challenges in Disaster Risk Reduction.”
R Spiekermann, S Kienberger
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 13, 96-108, 2015
42015
Enabling knowledge for disaster risk reduction and its integration into climate change adaptation
S Menoni, W Juergen, D Miranda, VMJ Jimenez, MG Fernandez, K Stefan, ...
42015
Semi-automated landslide mapping from historical and recent aerial photography
D Hölbling, H Betts, R Spiekermann, C Phillips
Proceedings of the 19th Agile 2016 Conference on Geographic Information …, 2016
22016
Using high resolution imagery to detect woody vegetation and land-cover change over 50 years in the Sahel of Mali
R Spiekermann, M Brandt, C Samimi
Proceedings of the EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, Vienna …, 2013
22013
Predicting spatial patterns in riverbank erosion for catchment sediment budgets
HG Smith, R Spiekermann, J Dymond, L Basher
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 53 (3), 338-362, 2019
12019
Automated generation of technical documentation and provenance for reproducible research
B Jolly, D Medyckyj-Scott, R Spiekermann, AG Ausseil
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2017
12017
Change of woody vegetation and land cover using high resolution images on the Dogon Plateau and Seno Plains (Mali)
RI Spiekermann
uniwien, 2013
12013
Implementations of fine-grained automated data provenance to support transparent environmental modelling
R Spiekermann, B Jolly, A Herzig, T Burleigh, D Medyckyj-Scott
Environmental Modelling & Software 118, 134-145, 2019
2019
Landslide hotspot mapping and susceptibility assessment in Pahiatua, New Zealand
D Hölbling, R Spiekermann, H Betts, C Phillips
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 20, 4214, 2018
2018
Object-based Landslide Mapping: Examples, Challenges and Opportunities
D Hölbling, C Eisank, B Friedl, KT Chang, TT Tsai, ...
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 18, 2016
2016
Global Challenges–Local Risks. Of Future Lives with Climate Change–A Decision-making Tool for Municipalities
M Hama, B Eder, P Dobesberger, M Keuschnig, A Baumgarten, ...
WIFO Studies, 2016
2016
Detecting environmental change using time series, high resolution imagery and field work-a case study in the Sahel of Mali
M Brandt, C Samimi, C Romankiewicz, R Spiekermann
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 14, 10583, 2012
2012
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