Her primary areas of study are Flood myth, Flood loss, Natural hazard, Risk assessment and Operations research. Her Flood myth research is classified as research in Hydrology. Her Flood loss research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Socioeconomics and River elbe.
Her Natural hazard research incorporates elements of Land cover and Natural disaster. Her Risk assessment research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Sensitivity analysis, Uncertainty quantification, Econometrics and Civil engineering. In her research, Risk management, Variety and Decision support system is intimately related to Risk analysis, which falls under the overarching field of Operations research.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Flood myth, Natural hazard, Environmental resource management, Environmental planning and Hydrology. Her work carried out in the field of Flood myth brings together such families of science as Flooding, Data collection and Risk assessment. Many of her research projects under Risk assessment are closely connected to Estimation with Estimation, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
Her Natural hazard research incorporates themes from Economic impact analysis, Risk analysis, Risk management and Decision support system. Her work in Environmental resource management addresses subjects such as Land use, which are connected to disciplines such as Physical geography. Hydrology is closely attributed to Socioeconomics in her work.
Annegret H. Thieken mostly deals with Flood myth, Environmental resource management, Natural hazard, Environmental planning and Flooding. Annegret H. Thieken studies Flood myth, namely Flash flood. The Disaster risk reduction research Annegret H. Thieken does as part of her general Environmental resource management study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Random forest, Business interruption insurance and German, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
Her Natural hazard research includes elements of Adaptive capacity and Selection bias. Her Environmental planning research includes themes of Risk governance and Resilience. Her Flooding study combines topics in areas such as Pluvial, Panel data and Dimension.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Flood myth, Environmental resource management, Natural hazard, Environmental planning and Socioeconomic status. Her research in Flood myth intersects with topics in Data collection and Vulnerability. Annegret H. Thieken interconnects Sampling, Survey methodology and Operations research in the investigation of issues within Data collection.
Her study explores the link between Environmental resource management and topics such as Flash flood that cross with problems in Margin and Land use. Her Natural hazard research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Sampling bias, Social psychology, Flooding and Socioeconomics. Annegret H. Thieken has researched Environmental planning in several fields, including Risk governance and Superordinate goals.
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Review article "Assessment of economic flood damage"
B. Merz;H. Kreibich;R. Schwarze;A. Thieken.
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences (2010)
Flood risk assessment and associated uncertainty
Heiko Apel;Annegret H. Thieken;Bruno Merz;Günter Blöschl.
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences (2004)
Flood risk analyses—how detailed do we need to be?
Heiko Apel;G. T. Aronica;Heidi Kreibich;A. H. Thieken.
Natural Hazards (2009)
Estimation uncertainty of direct monetary flood damage to buildings
B. Merz;H. Kreibich;A. Thieken;R. Schmidtke.
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences (2004)
Flood loss reduction of private households due to building precautionary measures - lessons learned from the Elbe flood in August 2002
H. Kreibich;A. H. Thieken;Th. Petrow;M. Müller.
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences (2005)
Flood damage and influencing factors: New insights from the August 2002 flood in Germany
Annegret H. Thieken;Meike Müller;Heidi Kreibich;Bruno Merz.
Water Resources Research (2005)
Flood-risk mapping: contributions towards an enhanced assessment of extreme events and associated risks
B. Büchele;H. Kreibich;A. Kron;A. Thieken.
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences (2006)
Flood Risk Mapping At The Local Scale: Concepts and Challenges
Bruno Merz;A. H. Thieken;M. Gocht.
Review article: assessing the costs of natural hazards - state of the art and knowledge gaps
V. Meyer;N. Becker;V. Markantonis;R. Schwarze.
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences (2013)
Coping with floods: preparedness, response and recovery of flood-affected residents in Germany in 2002
Annegret H. Thieken;Heidi Kreibich;Meike MüLLER;Bruno Merz.
Hydrological Sciences Journal-journal Des Sciences Hydrologiques (2007)
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