Robert Šakić Trogrlić
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Rebuild by design in Hoboken: a design competition as a means for achieving flood resilience of urban areas through the implementation of green infrastructure
R Šakić Trogrlić, J Rijke, N Dolman, C Zevenbergen
Water 10 (5), 553, 2018
292018
Taking stock of community-based flood risk management in Malawi: different stakeholders, different perspectives
R Šakić Trogrlić, GB Wright, AJ Adeloye, MJ Duncan, F Mwale
Environmental Hazards 17 (2), 107-127, 2018
222018
Differences between true mean daily, monthly and annual air temperatures and air temperatures calculated with three equations: a case study from three Croatian stations
O Bonacci, I Željković, RŠ Trogrlić, J Milković
Theoretical and applied climatology 114 (1), 271-279, 2013
202013
Characterising local knowledge across the flood risk management cycle: a case study of Southern Malawi
RŠ Trogrlić, GB Wright, MJ Duncan, MJC van den Homberg, AJ Adeloye, ...
Sustainability 11 (6), 1-23, 2019
192019
Science and technology networks: a helping hand to boost implementation of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015–2030?
RŠ Trogrlić, L Cumiskey, A Triyanti, MJ Duncan, N Eltinay, RJ Hogeboom, ...
International Journal of Disaster Risk Science 8 (1), 100-105, 2017
172017
Adaptation mainstreaming for achieving flood resilience in cities
J Rijke, MR Ashley, R Sakic
Socio-Technical Flood Resilience in Water Sensitive Cities—Adaptation†…, 2016
72016
Indigenous knowledge and early warning systems in the Lower Shire Valley in Malawi
R Šakić Trogrlić, M van den Homberg
Research Gate, 2018
4*2018
Analiza vodnih resursa izvora Omble
S u Splitu, PAC Agroparc, F TUDresden, FR Hydrowissenschaften
Hrvatske vode 22 (88), 107-118, 2014
42014
New screening tool for obtaining concentration statistics of pollution generated by rivers in estuaries
M Galešić, R Andričević, V Divić, R Šakić Trogrlić
Water 10 (5), 639, 2018
32018
Social vulnerability to drought in rural Malawi
EJ Innes, RŠ Trogrlić, LC Beevers
Understanding Disaster Risk, 81-107, 2021
22021
External stakeholders’ attitudes towards and engagement with local knowledge in disaster risk reduction: are we only paying lip service?
RŠ Trogrlić, M Duncan, G Wright, M van den Homberg, A Adeloye, ...
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 58, 102196, 2021
12021
Interdisciplinary pressure cooker: environmental risk communication skills for the next generation
L Cumiskey, M Lickiss, R Šakić Trogrlić, J Ali
Geoscience Communication 2 (2), 173-186, 2019
12019
Migration and displacement risks: connecting dots, understanding trends
GG Nobre, K Peters, L Mayhew, RŠ Trogrlić, D Guttieres, JI Cruz
Contributing paper to GAR 2019, 2019
12019
Community based-flood risk management: experiences and challenges in Malawi
RŠ Trogrlić, G Wright, A Adeloye, MJ Duncan, F Mwale
12019
From vision to reality: making cities flood resilient by implementing green infrastructure strategies
RS Trogrlić
UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, Delft, Netherlands, 2015
12015
Prilog raspravi o računanju srednjih temperatura zraka
O Bonacci, I Željković, R Šakić-Trogrlić, J Milković
Hrvatske vode 21 (84), 129-136, 2013
12013
Multiple-hazards and their interactions in urban low-to-middle income countries: a case study from Nairobi
B Malamud, E Mwangi, J Gill, E Hussain, F Taylor, R Sakic Trogrlic
EGU2021, https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/, 2021
2021
Tomorrow’s Cities: Multi-hazard interactions to inform disaster risk reduction in Istanbul
E Hussain, E Cakti, A Yolcu, B Malamud, J Gill, R Sakic Trogrlic
EGU2021, https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/, 2021
2021
Multi-Hazard Scenarios and Dynamic Risk
J Gill, E Hussain, B Malamud, R Sakic Trogrlic
European Geosciences Union 2021, https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/, 2021
2021
The role of local knowledge in community-based flood risk management in Malawi
R Sakic Trogrlic
Heriot-Watt University, 2020
2020
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