2.9(top 5%)
Impact Factor
3.1(top 5%)
extended IF
116(top 3%)
citing journals
citing authors

Most Cited Articles of Natural Hazards in 2005

Global Perspectives on Loss of Human Life Caused by Floods2005470
An Analysis of Spatial and Temporal Dimension of Drought Vulnerability in Turkey Using the Standardized Precipitation Index2005205
Real-Time Tsunami Forecasting: Challenges and Solutions2005202
National-scale Assessment of Current and Future Flood Risk in England and Wales2005177
Summer Floods in Central Europe – Climate Change Track?2005151
Computer-based Model for Flood Evacuation Emergency Planning2005131
Hydrogeological and Gasgeochemical Earthquake Precursors – A Review for Application2005116
How Accurate are Disaster Loss Data? The Case of U.S. Flood Damage2005107
Estimating Injury and Loss of Life in Floods: A Deterministic Framework2005106
The NTHMP Tsunameter Network2005104
Economic Hotspots: Visualizing Vulnerability to Flooding200588
Measuring Tsunami Preparedness in Coastal Washington, United States200579
Active Fire Detection for Fire Emergency Management: Potential and Limitations for the Operational Use of Remote Sensing200568
The Influence of the North Atlantic Oscillation on Rainfall Triggering of Landslides near Lisbon200561
Human Losses Expected in Himalayan Earthquakes200560
Regional Rainfall Depth–Duration–Frequency Equations for an Alpine Region200558
Estimation of Tsunami Risk for the Coasts of Peru and Northern Chile200553
Potential of Satellite Remote Sensing and GIS for Landslide Hazard Assessment in Southern Kyrgyzstan (Central Asia)200551
Magnification of Flood Disasters and its Relation to Regional Precipitation and Local Human Activities since the 1980s in Xinjiang, Northwestern China200548
Flood Forecasting and Warning at the River Basin and at the European Scale200547
Effusive Activity at Mount Etna Volcano (Italy) During the 20th Century: A Contribution to Volcanic Hazard Assessment200546
Damage Potential and Losses Resulting from Snow Avalanches in Settlements of the Canton of Grisons, Switzerland200540
Preliminary Quantitative Assessment of Earthquake Casualties and Damages200540
Mapping Disastrous Natural Hazards Using Global Datasets200540
Monitoring Forest Fire Danger with Remote Sensing200537