Publications: Damage Assessment


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Journal Articles: Damage Assessment

bold: Contributions of group members

  1. Rybski D, R. Dawson, Kropp, J.P. (2020): Comparing generic and case study damage functions – the London storm-surge example. Natural Hazards Review, 21(1), 06019003, [DOI].
  2. Prahl BF, Boettle M, Costa L, Kropp JP, Rybski D (2018): Damage and protection cost curves for coastal floods within the 600 largest European cities, Nature Scientific Data, 5, [DOI].
  3. Rybski D, Prahl B, Kropp JP (2017): Comment on `High-income does not protect against hurricane losses'. Environmental Research Letters, 12, 9, [DOI]
  4. Lenk S, Rybski D, Heidrich O, Dawson RJ, Kropp JP (2017): Costs of sea dikes – regressions and uncertainty estimates. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, 17, 765-779 [DOI].
  5. Prahl BF, Rybski D, Boettle M, Kropp JP (2016): Damage functions for climate-related hazards: unification and uncertainty analysis Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci., 16, 1189-1203, [DOI]
  6. Boettle M, Rybski D, Kropp JP (2016): Quantifying the effect of sea level rise and flood defence - a point process perspective on coastal flood damage. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, 16:559–576,  [DOI], [press release]
  7. Prahl BF, Rybski D, Burghoff O, Kropp JP (2015): Comparison of storm damage functions and their performance. Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci., 15, 769-788 [DOI]
  8. Boettle M, Rybski D, Kropp JP (2013): How Changing Sea Level Extremes and Protection Measures Alter Coastal Flood Damages. Water Resources Research, 49(3): 1199-1210, [DOI].
  9. Roebeling P, Costa L, Magalhaes-Filho L, Tekken V (2013): Ecosystem service value losses from coastal erosion in Europe: historical trends and future projections. Journal of Coastal Conservation, 49(3): 1199, [DOI].
  10. Prahl BF, Rybski D, Kropp JP, Burghoff O, Held H (2012): Applying Stochastic Small-Scale Damage Functions to German Winter Storms. Geophysical Research Letters, 39(6): L06806, [DOI].
  11. Boettle M, Kropp JP, Reiber L, Roithmeier O, Rybski D, Walther C (2011): About the influence of elevation model quality on estimated flood damages: results from the Kalundberg case study. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, 11, 3327–3334, [DOI].

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