Research & Application
  1. Karavitis, C.A., Tsesmelis, D.E., Skondras, N.A., Stamatakos, D., Alexandris, S., Fassouli, V., Vasilakou, C.G., Oikonomou, P.D., Gregorič, G., Grigg, N.S., Vlachos, E.C., Linking Drought Characteristics to Impacts on a Spatial and Temporal Scale. Water Policy Journal doi:10.2166/wp.2014.205. 2014
  2. Karavitis, C.A., Alexandris, S.G., Fassouli, V.P., Stamatakos, D.V., Vasilakou, C.G., Tsesmelis, D.E. Skondras, N.A. and Gregoric, G., 2013. Assessing drought vulnerability under alternative water demand deficit scenarios in South-Eastern Europe. 8th International Conference of European Water Association (EWRA) on “Water Resources Management in an Interdisciplinary and Changing Context”. Porto, Portugal. 26 – 29/06/2013
  3. Karavitis, C. A., Alexandris, S. G., Fassouli, V. P., Stamatakos, C. G., Tsesmelis, D. E., and Skondras, N.A., 2011. Drought Vulnerability assessment, DMCSEE Project, 5th DMCSEE Consortium Meeting, Workshop and training, June 28 – July 1, 2011, Lasko, Slovenia
  4. Skondras, Ν.Α., Karavitis, C.A., Gkotsis, I.I., Scott, P.J.B., Kaly, U.L., Alexandris, S.G., 2011. Application and assessment of the Environmental Vulnerability Index in Greece. Ecological Indicators, 11: 1699–1706. doi:10.1016/j.ecolind.2011.04.010
  5. Karavitis C., Alexandris S., Tsesmelis D., Stamatakos D., Fassouli V., DROUGT RISK ASSESSMENT BASED ON IMPACTS ARCHIVE, Agricultural University of Athens, 2011. DMCSEE Project

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