Hans de Moel
Hans de Moel
Institute for Environmental Studies, VU University Amsterdam
Verified email at vu.nl
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Lost food, wasted resources: Global food supply chain losses and their impacts on freshwater, cropland, and fertiliser use
M Kummu, H De Moel, M Porkka, S Siebert, O Varis, PJ Ward
Science of the total environment 438, 477-489, 2012
7572012
Flood maps in Europe--methods, availability and use.
H de Moel, J Van Alphen, J Aerts
Natural Hazards & Earth System Sciences 9 (2), 2009
4522009
Is physical water scarcity a new phenomenon? Global assessment of water shortage over the last two millennia
M Kummu, PJ Ward, H de Moel, O Varis
Environmental Research Letters 5 (3), 034006, 2010
3472010
Evaluating flood resilience strategies for coastal megacities
JCJH Aerts, WJW Botzen, K Emanuel, N Lin, H De Moel, ...
Science 344 (6183), 473-475, 2014
3292014
Effect of uncertainty in land use, damage models and inundation depth on flood damage estimates
H de MOEL, J Aerts
Natural Hazards 58 (1), 407-425, 2011
3122011
The world’s road to water scarcity: shortage and stress in the 20th century and pathways towards sustainability
M Kummu, JHA Guillaume, H de Moel, S Eisner, M Flörke, M Porkka, ...
Scientific reports 6, 38495, 2016
2212016
Future changes in Mekong River hydrology: impact of climate change and reservoir operation on discharge
H Lauri, H De Moel, PJ Ward, TA Räsänen, M Keskinen, M Kummu
Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci. Discuss 9 (5), 6569-6614, 2012
2162012
How close do we live to water? A global analysis of population distance to freshwater bodies
M Kummu, H De Moel, PJ Ward, O Varis
PloS one 6 (6), e20578, 2011
1732011
Future flood risk estimates along the river Rhine
AH Te Linde, P Bubeck, JEC Dekkers, H De Moel, J Aerts
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 11 (2), 459, 2011
1702011
Flood risk assessments at different spatial scales
H de Moel, B Jongman, H Kreibich, B Merz, E Penning-Rowsell, PJ Ward
Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 20 (6), 865-890, 2015
1482015
Development of flood exposure in the Netherlands during the 20th and 21st century
H de Moel, JCJH Aerts, E Koomen
Global Environmental Change 21 (2), 620-627, 2011
1372011
FLOPROS: an evolving global database of flood protection standards.
P Scussolini, JCJH Aerts, B Jongman, LM Bouwer, HC Winsemius, ...
Natural Hazards & Earth System Sciences 16 (5), 2016
1212016
Planktic foraminiferal shell thinning in the Arabian Sea due to anthropogenic ocean acidification?
H De Moel, GM Ganssen, FJC Peeters, SJA Jung, GJA Brummer, D Kroon, ...
Biogeosciences Discussions 6 (1), 2009
1112009
Adaptive flood risk management planning based on a comprehensive flood risk conceptualisation
F Klijn, H Kreibich, H De Moel, E Penning-Rowsell
Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 20 (6), 845-864, 2015
1102015
Low‐probability flood risk modeling for New York City
JCJH Aerts, N Lin, W Botzen, K Emanuel, H de Moel
Risk Analysis 33 (5), 772-788, 2013
1092013
How are flood risk estimates affected by the choice of return-periods?
PJ Ward, H De Moel, J Aerts, T Glade
Natural Hazards & Earth System Sciences 11 (12), 2011
1072011
Explaining differences in flood management approaches in Europe and in the USA–a comparative analysis
P Bubeck, H Kreibich, EC Penning‐Rowsell, WJW Botzen, H de Moel, ...
Journal of Flood Risk Management 10 (4), 436-445, 2017
1042017
Climate change: a ‘glocal’problem requiring ‘glocal’action
J Gupta, K Van Der Leeuw, H De Moel
Environmental Sciences 4 (3), 139-148, 2007
962007
Over the hills and further away from coast: global geospatial patterns of human and environment over the 20th–21st centuries
M Kummu, H De Moel, G Salvucci, D Viviroli, PJ Ward, O Varis
Environmental Research Letters 11 (3), 034010, 2016
952016
Changing mechanism of global water scarcity events: Impacts of socioeconomic changes and inter-annual hydro-climatic variability
TIE Veldkamp, Y Wada, H de Moel, M Kummu, S Eisner, JCJH Aerts, ...
Global Environmental Change 32, 18-29, 2015
932015
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