Climate Risk Management

Papers
(The H4-Index of Climate Risk Management is 19. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
ArticleCitations
Mapping the evolution and current trends in climate change adaptation science75
Digital technologies can enhance climate resilience of critical infrastructure61
Improving the effectiveness of agricultural extension services in supporting farmers to adapt to climate change: Insights from northeastern Ghana48
Changing climate risk in the UK: A multi-sectoral analysis using policy-relevant indicators38
Inventories of extreme weather events and impacts: Implications for loss and damage from and adaptation to climate extremes31
Climate change-induced disasters and cultural heritage: Optimizing management strategies in Central Europe31
Temperature and rainfall impacts on robusta coffee bean characteristics31
Improving productivity of Australian wheat by adapting sowing date and genotype phenology to future climate30
Managing extreme weather and climate change in UK agriculture: Impacts, attitudes and action among farmers and stakeholders29
Climate change impacts on peak river flows: Combining national-scale hydrological modelling and probabilistic projections29
Prevalence of household food insecurity in East Africa: Linking food access with climate vulnerability28
Impacts and implications of climate change on wastewater systems: A New Zealand perspective28
Farmers’ perceptions and role of institutional arrangements in climate change adaptation: Insights from rainfed Pakistan24
Lessons from COVID-19 for managing transboundary climate risks and building resilience22
The psychological consequences of the ecological crisis: Three new questionnaires to assess eco-anxiety, eco-guilt, and ecological grief22
Trends in torrential flooding in the Austrian Alps: A combination of climate change, exposure dynamics, and mitigation measures21
To what extent do weather and climate information services drive the adoption of climate-smart agriculture practices in Ghana?21
Global analysis of sea level rise risk to airports20
Long-term sea-level rise necessitates a commitment to adaptation: A first order assessment19
The impact of seasonality and climate variability on livelihood security in the Ecuadorian Andes19
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