|Reconstruction of the characteristics of a natural alluvial river–floodplain system and hydromorphological changes following human modifications: the Danube River (1812–1991)|
S Hohensinner, H Habersack, M Jungwirth, G Zauner
River Research and Applications 20 (1), 25-41, 2004
|On bed particle diffusion in gravel bed flows under weak bed load transport|
V Nikora, H Habersack, T Huber, I McEwan
Water Resources Research 38 (6), 17-1-17-9, 2002
|A multi-scale hierarchical framework for developing understanding of river behaviour to support river management|
AM Gurnell, M Rinaldi, B Belletti, S Bizzi, B Blamauer, G Braca, AD Buijse, ...
Aquatic Sciences 78 (1), 1-16, 2016
|27 River restoration in the Alps and their surroundings: past experience and future challenges|
H Habersack, H Piégay
Developments in earth surface processes 11, 703-735, 2007
|Radio‐tracking gravel particles in a large braided river in New Zealand: A field test of the stochastic theory of bed load transport proposed by Einstein|
Hydrological Processes 15 (3), 377-391, 2001
|The river-scaling concept (RSC): a basis for ecological assessments|
Assessing the Ecological Integrity of Running Waters, 49-60, 2000
|Evaluation and improvement of bed load discharge formulas based on Helley–Smith sampling in an alpine gravel bed river|
HM Habersack, JB Laronne
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 128 (5), 484-499, 2002
|Bedload transport measurements with impact plate geophones: comparison of sensor calibration in different gravel‐bed streams|
D Rickenmann, JM Turowski, B Fritschi, C Wyss, J Laronne, R Barzilai, ...
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 39 (7), 928-942, 2014
|The continuous measurement of bedload discharge in a large alpine gravel bed river|
HM Habersack, HP Nachtneb El, JB Laronne
Journal of Hydraulic Research 39 (2), 125-133, 2001
|Current status and restoration options for floodplains along the Danube River|
T Hein, U Schwarz, H Habersack, I Nichersu, S Preiner, N Willby, ...
Science of the Total Environment 543, 778-790, 2016
|Challenges of river basin management: current status of, and prospects for, the River Danube from a river engineering perspective|
H Habersack, T Hein, A Stanica, I Liska, R Mair, E Jäger, C Hauer, ...
Science of the Total Environment 543, 828-845, 2016
|Morphodynamic river processes and techniques for assessment of channel evolution in Alpine gravel bed rivers|
E Formann, HM Habersack
Geomorphology 90 (3-4), 340-355, 2007
|The Integrated River Engineering Project for the free-flowing Danube in the Austrian Alluvial Zone National Park: contradictory goals and mutual solutions|
W Reckendorfer, R Schmalfuss, C Baumgartner, H Habersack, ...
Large Rivers 15 (1-4), 613-630, 2005
|Hydraulically related hydro‐morphological units: description based on a new conceptual mesohabitat evaluation model (MEM) using LiDAR data as geometric input|
C Hauer, G Mandlburger, H Habersack
River Research and Applications 25 (1), 29-47, 2009
|Scale orientated analysis of river width changes due to extreme flood hazards|
G Krapesch, C Hauer, H Habersack
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 11 (8), 2137, 2011
|A review of hydropower in Austria: Past, present and future development|
B Wagner, C Hauer, A Schoder, H Habersack
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 50, 304-314, 2015
|Morphodynamics of a 1000‐year flood in the Kamp River, Austria, and impacts on floodplain morphology|
C Hauer, H Habersack
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 34 (5), 654-682, 2009
|Optimisation of LiDAR derived terrain models for river flow modelling.|
G Mandlburger, C Hauer, B Höfle, H Habersack, N Pfeifer
Hydrology & Earth System Sciences 13 (8), 2009
|30 Restoring riverine landscapes at the Drau River: successes and deficits in the context of ecological integrity|
S Muhar, M Jungwirth, G Unfer, C Wiesner, M Poppe, S Schmutz, ...
Developments in Earth Surface Processes 11, 779-803, 2007
|The continuous monitoring of bed load flux in various fluvial environments|
JB Laronne, Y Alexandrov, N Bergman, H Cohen, C Garcia, H Habersack, ...
IAHS publication, 134-145, 2003