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Journals

*Adamczyk, J. & Osberger, A. (2015) Red-edge vegetation indices for detecting and assessing disturbances in Norway spruce dominated mountain forests. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 37(0), 90-99.
*Atteneder, A., Ferber, N., De Luca, N. & Jekel, T. (2015) Beiträge feministischer Theorien zu einer Education for Spatial Citizenship. GW-Unterricht, 137(1/2015), 14-24.
*Belgiu, M., Strobl, J. & Wallentin, G. (2015) Open Geospatial Education. ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information, 4(2), 697-710.
*Bertermann, D., Klug, H. & Morper-Busch, L. (2015) A pan-European planning basis for estimating the very shallow geothermal energy potentials. Renewable Energy, 75, 335-347.
*Bibi, H., Alam, K., Chishtie, F., Bibi, S., Shahid, I. & Blaschke, T. (2015) Intercomparison of MODIS, MISR, OMI, and CALIPSO aerosol optical depth retrievals for four locations on the Indo-Gangetic plains and validation against AERONET data. Atmospheric Environment, 111, 113-126.
*Breinl, K., Strasser, U., Bates, P. & Kienberger, S. (2015) A joint modelling framework for daily extremes of river discharge and precipitation in urban areas. Journal of Flood Risk Management, pages n/a-n/a.
*Cabrera-Barona, P., Murphy, T., Kienberger, S. & Blaschke, T. (2015) A multi-criteria spatial deprivation index to support health inequality analyses. International journal of health geographics, 14(1), 11.
*Contreras, D., Blaschke, T., Tiede, D. & Jilge, M. (2015) Monitoring recovery after earthquakes through the integration of remote sensing, GIS, and ground observations: the case of L’Aquila (Italy). Cartography and Geographic Information Science, pages 1-19.
*Corbane, C., Lang, S., Pipkins, K., Alleaume, S., Deshayes, M., García Millán, V.E., Strasser, T., Vanden Borre, J., Toon, S. & Michael, F. (2015) Remote sensing for mapping natural habitats and their conservation status – New opportunities and challenges. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 37(0), 7-16.
*Doerrzapf, L., Zeile, P., Sagl, G., Sudmann, M., Summa, A. & Resch, B. (2015) Urban Emotions – eine Interdisziplinäre Schnittstelle zwischen Geoinformatik und Räumlicher Planung. gis.SCIENCE, 1(2015), 11-19.
*Dudkiewicz, A., Boxall, A.B.A., Chaudhry, Q., Mølhave, K., Tiede, K., Hofmann, P. & Linsinger, T.P.J. (2015) Uncertainties of size measurements in electron microscopy characterization of nanomaterials in foods. Food Chemistry, 176, 472-479.
*Grêt-Regamey, A., Weibel, B., Bagstad, K.J., Ferrari, M., Geneletti, D., Klug, H., Schirpke, U. & Tappeiner, U. (2015) On the effects of scale for ecosystem services assessments. PLOS One, 9, xx-xx, Impact Factor: 3.534 (2013).., (Impact Factor: 3.534 (2013)).
*Hagenlocher, M. & Castro, M. (2015) Mapping malaria risk and vulnerability in the United Republic of Tanzania: a spatial explicit model. Population Health Metrics, 13(1), 1-14.
*Hagenlocher, M., Hölbling, D., Kienberger, S., Vanhuysse, S. & Zeil, P. (2015) Spatial assessment of social vulnerability in the context of landmines and explosive remnants of war in Battambang province, Cambodia. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction.
*Haslauer, E. (2015) A spatially explicit backcasting approach for sustainable land-use planning. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, online first.
*Haslauer, E., Delmelle, E.C., Keul, A., Blaschke, T. & Prinz, T. (2015) Comparing Subjective and Objective Quality of Life Criteria: A Case Study of Green Space and Public Transport in Vienna, Austria. Social Indicators Research, 124(3), 911-927, Times Cited: 0 0 1573-0921.., (Times Cited: 0 0 1573-0921).
*Hofer, B. (2015) Common Elements in Semantic Descriptions of Web Processing Services. GI_Forum - Journal for Geographic Information Science, 1, 2-5.
*Hofer, B. (2015) Uses of online geoprocessing technology in analyses and case studies: a systematic analysis of literature. International Journal of Digital Earth, 8(11), 901-917.
*Hofer, B., Brauner, J., Jackson, M., Granell, C., Rodrigues, A., Nüst, D. & Wiemann, S. (2015) Descriptions of Spatial Operations – Recent Approaches and Community Feedback. International Journal of Spatial Data Infrastructures Research, 10, 124-137.
*Hofmann, P., Lettmayer, P., Blaschke, T., Belgiu, M., Wegenkittl, S., Graf, R., Lampoltshammer, T.J. & Andrejchenko, V. (2015) Towards a framework for agent-based image analysis of remote-sensing data. International Journal of Image and Data Fusion, 6(2), 115-137.
*Khan, H.U., Alam, K., Mateenullah, M., Blaschke, T. & Haq, B.S. (2015) Synthesis and characterization of solid solution Ag(NbxTa1−x)O3 (x = 0, 0.25, 0.5, 0.75, 1.0). Journal of the European Ceramic Society, 35(10), 2775-2789.
*Klug, H. & Kmoch, A. (2015) Operationalizing environmental indicators for real time multi-purpose decision making and action support. Journal Ecological Modelling, 295, 66-74.
*Klug, H., Kmoch, A. & Reichel, S. (2015) Adjusting the frequency of automated phosphorus measurements to environmental conditions. Journal for Applied Geoinformatics. GI_Forum 2015/1, pages 592-601, ISSN 2308-1708.., (ISSN 2308-1708).
*Kmoch, A., Klug, H., Ritchie, A.B.H., Schmidt, J. & White, P.A. (2015) A Spatial Data Infrastructure Approach for the Characterization of New Zealand's Groundwater Systems. Transactions in GIS, pages n/a-n/a.
*Kounadi, O., Lampoltshammer, T.J., Groff, E., Sitko, I. & Leitner, M. (2015) Exploring Twitter to Analyze the Public’s Reaction Patterns to Recently Reported Homicides in London. PLoS ONE, 10(3), e0121848.
*Lang, S., Mairota, P., Pernkopf, L. & Schioppa, E.P. (2015) Earth observation for habitat mapping and biodiversity monitoring. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 37(0), 1-6.
*Lausch, A., Blaschke, T., Haase, D., Herzog, F., Syrbe, R.U., Tischendorf, L. & Walz, U. (2015) Understanding and quantifying landscape structure–A review on relevant process characteristics, data models and landscape metrics. Ecological Modelling, 295, 31-41.
*Loidl, M. (2015) Spatial information for safer bicycling. Advances and new Trends in Environmental Informatics: Selected and Extended Contributions from the 28th International Conference on Informatics for Environmental Protection, pages pending.
*Lüthje, F., Tiede, D. & Füreder, P. (2015) Don ’ t See the Dwellings for the Trees : Quantifying the Effect of Tree Growth on Multi-temporal Dwelling Extraction in a Refugee Camp. GI_Forum 2015 – Geospatial Minds for Society, pages 406-415.
*Neuwirth, C., Hofer, B. & Peck, A. (2015) Spatiotemporal processes and their implementation in Spatial System Dynamics models. Journal of Spatial Science, pages 1-12.
*Otukei, J.R., Blaschke, T. & Collins, M. (2015) Fusion of TerraSAR-x and Landsat ETM+ data for protected area mapping in Uganda. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 38(0), 99-104.
*Rafiq, L., Blaschke, T. & Tajbar, S. (2015) Arabian Sea cyclone: Structure analysis using satellite data. Advances in Space Research, 56(10), 2235-2247.
*Resch, B. & Blaschke, T. (2015) Fusing Human and Technical Sensor Data: Concepts and Challenges. ACM SIGSPATIAL Newsletter, Special Issue on Geosensor Networks, 7(2), 29-35.
*Resch, B., Sudmanns, M., Sagl, G., Summa, A., Zeile, P. & Exner, J.P. (2015) Crowdsourcing Physiological Conditions and Subjective Emotions by Coupling Technical and Human Mobile Sensors. GI _Forum - Journal for Geographic Information Science, 1(2015), 514-524.
*Resch, B., Wichmann, A. & Goell, N. (2015) Visualising Multi-temporal Real-time Geo-data in Augmented Reality Environments. International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies, 9(4), 23-33.
*Riedler, B., Pernkopf, L., Strasser, T., Lang, S. & Smith, G. (2015) A composite indicator for assessing habitat quality of riparian forests derived from Earth observation data. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 37(0), 114-123.
*Robson, B.A., Nuth, C., Dahl, S.O., Hölbling, D., Strozzi, T. & Nielsen, P.R. (2015) Automated classification of debris-covered glaciers combining optical, SAR and topographic data in an object-based environment. Remote Sensing of Environment, 170, 372-387.
*Roy, D.C. & Blaschke, T. (2015) Spatial vulnerability assessment of floods in the coastal regions of Bangladesh. Geomatics, Natural Hazards and Risk, 6(1), 21-44.
*Shahnawaz, S. (2015) Land Surface Temperature Anomalies in Cenral Asia : A Regional Analysis - 2001 - 2014. International Journal of Geoinformatics, 11(4), 55-62.
*Spiekermann, R., Kienberger, S., Norton, J., Briones, F. & Weichselgartner, J. (2015) The Disaster-Knowledge Matrix – Reframing and evaluating the knowledge challenges in disaster risk reduction. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 13(0), 96-108.
*Steiger, E., Ellersiek, T., Resch, B. & Zipf, A. (2015) Uncovering Latent Mobility Patterns from Twitter during Mass Events. GI_Forum - Journal for Geographic Information Science, 1(2015), 525-534.
*Steiger, E., Resch, B. & Zipf, A. (2015) Exploration of Spatiotemporal and Semantic Clusters of Twitter Data Using Unsupervised Neural Networks. International Journal of Geographical Information Science (IJGIS), pending(pending), pending.
*Steiger, E., Westerholt, R., Resch, B. & Zipf, A. (2015) Twitter as an Indicator for Whereabouts of People? Correlating Twitter with UK Census Data. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems (CEUS), 54(November 2015), 255-265.
*Strasser, T. & Lang, S. (2015) Object-based class modelling for multi-scale riparian forest habitat mapping. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 37(0), 29-37.
*Tomljenovic, I., Hoefle, B., Tiede, D. & Blaschke, T. (2015) Building Extraction from Airborne Laser Scanning Data: An Analysis of the State of the Art. Remote Sensing, 7(4), 3826-3862.
*Wallentin, G. (2015) Simulation Modelling to Explore Change in Mountain Areas. Bhutan Journal of Natural Resources & Development, 2015(1), 85-92.
*Wallentin, G., Hofer, B. & Traun, C. (2015) Assessment of Workforce Demands to Shape GIS&T Education. Transactions in GIS, 19(3), 439-454.
*Wallentin, G. & Loidl, M. (2015) Agent-based bicycle traffic model for Salzburg City. GI_Forum ‒ Journal for Geographic Information Science, 2015(1), 558-566.
*Westerholt, R., Resch, B. & Zipf, A. (2015) A Local Scale-sensitive Indicator of Spatial Autocorrelation for Assessing High- and Low-value Clusters in Multiscale Datasets. International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 29(5), 868-887.
*Yangchen, U., Thinley, U. & Wallentin, G. (2015) Land Use Land Cover Changes is Bhutan: 2000-2013. Bhutan Journal of Natural Resources & Development, 2015(1), 37-46.

Conference Proceedings

*Friedl, B. & Hölbling, D. (2015) Using SAR Interferograms and Coherence Images for Object-Based Delineation of Unstable Slopes. In FRINGE 2015: Advances in the Science and Applications of SAR Interferometry and Sentinel-1 InSAR Workshop, pages 6 p..
*Friedl, B., Hölbling, D., Eisank, C. & Blaschke, T. (2015) Object-based landslide detection in different geographic regions. In EGU General Assembly 2015, 17.
*Hofmann, P., Taubenböck, H. & Werthmann, C. (2015) Monitoring and Modelling of Informal Settlements – a Review on Recent Developments and Challenges. In Joint Urban Remote Sensing (JURSE) 2015, Lausanne, March 30 - April 1.
*Hölbling, D., Friedl, B., Eisank, C. & Blaschke, T. (2015) Object-based landslide mapping on satellite images from different sensors. In EGU General Assembly 2015, 17.
*Kothencz, G., Brunner, B. & Blaschke, T. (2015) Subjective evaluations of urban parks and objective spatial indices. In AGILE 2015, 18th AGILE Conference on Geographic Information Science (2015): “Geographic information Science as an enabler of smarter cities and communities”: Association of Geographic Information Laboratories for Europe (AGILE).
*Plank, S., Hölbling, D., Eisank, C., Friedl, B., Martinis, S. & Twele, A. (2015) Comparing object-based landslide detection methods based on polarimetric SAR and optical satellite imagery - a case study in Taiwan. In POLinSAR 2015: 7th International Workshop on Science and Applications of SAR Polarimetry and Polarimetric Interferometry , pages 5 p..
*Robson, B.A., Hölbling, D., Nuth, C. & Dahl, S.O. (2015) Object-based glacier mapping in the Hohe Tauern Mountains of Austria. In EGU General Assembly 2015, 17.
*Shahnawaz; Thinley, U. (2015) Climate Change, Environment and Development in Bhutan.. In Climate Change, Environment and Development in Bhutan, Occasional Publication No. 1, September 2015, x + 92: Centre for Rural Development Studies, College of Natural Resources, Lobesa, Royal University of Bhutan.
*Sobolevsky, S., Bojic, I., Belyi, A., Sitko, I., Hawelka, B., Arias, J.M. & Ratti, C. (2015) Scaling of city attractiveness for foreign visitors through big data of human economical and social media activity. In IEEE Big Data Congress 2015, June 27 - July 2, pages 600-607 New York, NY, USA, Comment: 8 pages, 3 figures, 1 table.., (Comment: 8 pages, 3 figures, 1 table).

Books

*Car, A., Jekel, T., Strobl, J. & Griesebner, G. (2015) GI_Forum 2015: Geospatial Minds for Society. Berlin.
*DeLuca, N., Ferber, N., Atteneder, H. & Jekel, T. (2015) Feminist and Queer Approaches to Education for Spatial Citizenship. , 2015 Wien: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, (Eds.).., ((Eds.)).
*Jekel, T., Ferber, N. & Stuppacher, K. (2015) Innovation vs. Innovativeness: Do We Support Our Students in (Re-)Inventing the World?. , 2015 Wien: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, (Eds.).., ((Eds.)).

Book Chapters

*Cabrera Barona, P. & Blaschke, T. (2015) Healthcare Accessibility and Socio-economic Deprivation: A Case Study in Quito, Ecuador. In GI_Forum - Journal for Geographic Information Science, pages 484-492.
*D'Oleire-Oltmanns, S., Riedler, B., Pernkopf, L., Weinke, E. & Lang, S. (2015) Validation strategy for user-specific map products for the European Copernicus security service. In GI_Forum 2015 – Geospatial Minds for Society , pages 438-444 Vienna: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften.
*Füreder, P., Lang, S., Hagenlocher, M., Tiede, D., Wendt, L. & Rogenhofer, E. (2015) Earth observation and GIS to support humanitarian operations in refugee/IDP camps. In Geospatial Data and Geographical Information Science - Proceedings of the ISCRAM 2015 Conference Kristiansand.
*Füreder, P., Lang, S., Rogenhofer, E., Tiede, D. & Papp, A. (2015) Monitoring displaced people in crisis situations using multi-temporal VHR satellite data during humanitarian operations in South Sudan. In GI_Forum 2015 – Geospatial Minds for Society , pages 391-401 Vienna: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften.
*Hagenlocher, M., Tiede, D., Wendt, L. & Lang, S. (2015) An Earth observation-based approach for the assessment of the environmental impact of refugee and IDP camps. In GI_Forum 2015 – Geospatial Minds for Society , pages 420-423 Vienna: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften.
*Keul, A., Brunner, B., Poetsch, M. & Blaschke, T. (2015) Lärm, Luft, Grün und Lebensqualität. Feldforschung in Salzburg-Lehen. In AGIT - Journal für Angewandte Geoinformatik, pages 480-485.
*Klug, H. & Huber, M. (2015) GIS- und Fernerkundungs-basiertes Model zur Erfassung und Dimensionierung von Gewässerrandstreifen im Mondseeeinzugsgebiet. In Angewandte Geoinformatik 2015, Beiträge zum 27. AGIT-Symposium in Salzburg, 27, 78-87 Salzburg: Wichmann.
*Klug, H. & Oana, L. (2015) A multi-purpose weather forecast model for the Mondsee Catchment. In Journal for Applied Geoinformatics. GI_Forum 2015/1, pages 602-611 Berlin/Offenbach: Wichmann Verlag, ISSN 2308-1708.., (ISSN 2308-1708).
*Kranz, O., Schöpfer, E., Spröhnle, K. & Lang, S. (2015) Multi-scale assessment of the environmental impact of refugee camps in the context of climatic variability. In GI_Forum 2015 – Geospatial Minds for Society , pages 416-419 Vienna: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften.
*Lang, S., Corbane, C., Blonda, P., Pipkins, K. & Foerster, M. (2015) Multi-scale habitat mapping and monitoring using satellite data and advanced image analysis techniques . In Remote Sensing Handbook, Vol II - Land Resources: Monitoring, Modeling, and Mapping, 499-525 New York: Taylor & Francis.
*Lang, S. & Füreder, P. (2015) Earth observation for humanitarian operations. In GI_Forum 2015 – Geospatial Minds for Society , pages 384-390 Vienna: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften.
*Lang, S., Füreder, P., Kranz, O., Card, B., Roberts, S. & Papp, A. (2015) Humanitarian emergencies: causes, traits and impacts as observed by remote sensing. In Remote Sensing Handbook, Vol III - Water Resources, Disasters, and Urban, 483-512 New York: Taylor and Francis.
*Lang, S., Kienberger, S., Hagenlocher, M. & Pernkopf, L. (2015) Object-based regionalization for policy-oriented partitioning of space. In Remote Sensing Handbook, Vol I - Data Characterization, Classification, and Accuracies, 457-477 New York: Taylor and Francis.
*Lang, S. & Tiede, D. (2015) Geospatial data integration in OBIA – implications of accuracy and validity. In Remote Sensing Handbook, Vol I - Land Resources: Monitoring, Modeling, and Mapping, 295-316 New York: Taylor & Francis.
*Resch, B., Summa, A., Sagl, G., Zeile, P. & Exner, J.P. (2015) Urban Emotions — Geo-Semantic Emotion Extraction from Technical Sensors, Human Sensors and Crowdsourced Data. In Progress in Location-Based Services 2014, pages 199-212: Springer International Publishing.
*Sagl, G. & Resch, B. (2015) Mobile Phones as Ubiquitous Social and Environmental Geo-Sensors. In Encyclopedia of Mobile Phone Behavior, 1-3, pages 1194-1213: IGI Global, Hershey PA, USA.
*Traun, C. (2015) Wahrnehmungsorientierte Kartengestaltung. In Online-Karten im Fokus. Praxisorientierte Entwicklung und Umsetzung., pages 71-88: Wichmann.
*Wei, C., Cabrera Barona, P. & Blaschke, T. (2015) Where is the poverty area? Quantifying neighborhood effect on deprivation index: A case study in Quito, Ecuador. In GI_Forum - Journal for Geographic Information Science , pages 625-634.
*Wendel, R. (2015) Interactive Network Assessment Tool using ArcGIS API for JavaScript. In GI_Forum 2015, pages 136-146 Berlin.
*Zeile, P., Resch, B., Doerrzapf, L., Exner, J.P., Sagl, G., Summa, A. & Sudmanns, M. (2015) Urban Emotions – Tools of Integrating People’s Perception into Urban Planning. In REAL CORP 2015, pages 907-914.
*Zeile, P., Resch, B., Exner, J.P. & Sagl, G. (2015) Urban Emotions – Benefits and Risks In Using Human Sensory Assessment for Extraction of Contextual Emotion Information. In Springer International, pages 209-225.

Theses

Conference Papers

*Choden, J.S. (2015) Apple Cultivation in Bhutan – Past Trends and Future Potential.. , Occasional Publication No. 1, September 2015., 65-72: Centre for Rural Development Studies, College of Natural Resources, Lobesa, Royal University of Bhutan..
*D’Oleire-Oltmanns, S., Marzolff, I., Tiede, D. & Blaschke, T. (2015) Mapping gully-affected areas in the region of Taroudannt , Morocco based on Object-Based Image Analysis ( OBIA ). .
*Loidl, M., Zagel, B. & Wendel, R. (2015) Implementation systematischer Qualitätssicherungs- und Modellierungsroutinen bei der Verwendung von GIP Daten. , pages 175-185: Wichmann Verlag.
*Shahnawaz; Strobl, J. (2015) A Zonal Analysis of the Climatic Conditions in Bhutan.. , Occasional Publication No. 1, September 2015., 1-22: Centre for Rural Development Studies, College of Natural Resources, Lobesa, Royal University of Bhutan..
*Shahnawaz; Thinley, U. (2015) GIS Based Identification of Potential Areas for Crop Cultivation in Bhutan.. , Occasional Publication No. 1, September 2015., 51-58: Centre for Rural Development Studies, College of Natural Resources, Lobesa, Royal University of Bhutan..

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