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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1998Technological and Natural Hazards.KIRCHSTEIGER ChristianArticles in Journals
2007Towards a European Energy Risks Monitor to Consistently Map Safety and Security Risks of Different Energy InfrastructuresKIRCHSTEIGER Christian; VETERE ARELLANO ANA LISA; COLLI ALESSANDRAArticles in Journals
2006Towards Consistent Comparative Energy Risk Assessment: the ERMON ProjectCOLLI Alessandra; KIRCHSTEIGER Christian; VETERE ARELLANO ANA LISAContributions to Conferences
2007Towards Establishing an International Hydrogen Incidents and Accidents Database (HIAD)KIRCHSTEIGER Christian; VETERE ARELLANO ANA LISA; FUNNEMARK EspenArticles in Journals
2006Towards Harmonised Self Assessment of Research Reactor Safety Status in Operating OrganisationsKIRCHSTEIGER Christian; BOECK H.Articles in Journals
2002Towards Harmonising Risk-Informed Decision Making: the ARAMIS and Compass Projects.KIRCHSTEIGER ChristianArticles in Journals
1998Trends in Accidents, Disasters and Risk Sources in Europe.KIRCHSTEIGER ChristianArticles in Journals
2000The Use of Geographic Information Systems in Major Accident Risk Assessment and Management.CONTINI Sergio mario; BELLEZZA Furio; CHRISTOU Michail; KIRCHSTEIGER ChristianArticles in Journals
1997Using Modern Database Concepts to Facilitate Exchange of Information on Major Accidents in the European Union.KIRCHSTEIGER ChristianContributions to Conferences
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