Our Special Issue in “Natural Hazards” published in printed form

Our Special Issue in “Natural Hazards” published in printed form

November 29, 2023

The Special Issue titled “Multimodal Characterization of Built and Natural Environments for Multi-Risk Assessment” in the journal “Natural Hazards” edited by researchers from the Earth Observation Center (EOC) of the German Aerospace Center (DLR) in Oberpfaffenhofen and our Earth Observation Research Cluster of the University of Würzburg (we had reported on this: https://remote-sensing.org/special-issue-multimodal-characterization-of-built-and-natural-environments-for-multi-risk-assessment-published-in-the-journal-natural-hazards/ ) has now been published in printed form. It consists of a combination of scientific papers and short communications. The governing idea behind is to document the scientific status quo on “Multimodal Characterization of Built and Natural Environments for Multi-Risk Assessment” which is simultaneously mirrored by contributions from business, policy, and additional relevant stakeholders. The guest editors Christian Geiß, Elisabeth Schoepfer, Torsten Riedlinger and Hannes Taubenböck worked on this Special Issue since 2020 and are pleased to have this thematically coherent scientific magazine now available.

 

See an overview of all scientific full papers and all short communications here: https://link.springer.com/journal/11069/volumes-and-issues/119-2

 

 

 

 

 

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