Publications by Ronald Pöppl

Articles and books on the Anthropocene

 Mag. Dr. Ronald Pöppl, BA

Poeppl, R., Fryirs, K. A., Tunnicliffe, J. and Brierley, G.J. (2020). Managing sediment (dis)connectivity in fluvial systems. Science of the Total Environment 736.

Poeppl, R. and Sass, O. (2020). Multi-Hazards und Kaskadeneffekte. In: T. Glade, M. Mergili and K. Sattler, eds. ExtremA 2019. Aktueller Wissensstand zu Extremereignissen alpiner Naturgefahren in Österreich. Vienna University Press, 605-620.

Luetzenburg, G., Bittner, M., Calsamiglia, A., Estrany, J. and Pöppl, R. (2019). Climate and land use change effects on soil erosion in two small agricultural catchment systems: Fugnitz - Austria, Can Revull - Spain. Science of the Total Environment 704, 135389.

Poeppl R., Coulthard T., Keesstra S. D. and Keiler M. (2019). Modeling the impact of dam removal on channel evolution and sediment delivery in a multiple dam setting. International Journal of Sediment Research 34 (6), 537-549.

Poeppl, R., Dilly, L. A., Haselberger, S. et al. (2019). Combining Soil Erosion Modeling with Connectivity Analyses to Assess Lateral Fine Sediment Input into Agricultural Streams. Water 11 (1793).

Turnbull, L., Hütt, MT., Ioannides, A. A. et al. (2018). Connectivity and complex systems: learning from a multi-disciplinary perspective. Applied Network Science 3 (11).

Poeppl, R., Keesstra, S. D. and Maroulis, J. A. (2017). Conceptual connectivity framework for understanding geomorphic change in human-impacted fluvial systems. Geomorphology 277, 237-250.