|Environmental literacy in science and society: from knowledge to decisions|
RW Scholz, ...
Cambridge University Press, 2011
|Science with society in the anthropocene|
R Seidl, FS Brand, M Stauffacher, P Krütli, QB Le, A Spörri, G Meylan, ...
Ambio 42 (1), 5-12, 2013
|Feedback loops and types of adaptation in the modelling of land-use decisions in an agent-based simulation|
QB Le, R Seidl, RW Scholz
Environmental Modelling & Software 27, 83-96, 2012
|Sustainable land use in mountain regions under global change: synthesis across scales and disciplines|
R Huber, A Rigling, P Bebi, FS Brand, S Briner, A Buttler, C Elkin, F Gillet, ...
Ecology and Society 18 (3), 2013
|Distributed energy systems on a neighborhood scale: Reviewing drivers of and barriers to social acceptance|
T Von Wirth, L Gislason, R Seidl
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 82, 2618-2628, 2018
|Representation of decision-making in European agricultural agent-based models|
R Huber, M Bakker, A Balmann, T Berger, M Bithell, C Brown, ...
Agricultural Systems 167, 143-160, 2018
|Modeling social-ecological feedback effects in the implementation of payments for environmental services in pasture-woodlands|
R Huber, S Briner, A Peringer, S Lauber, R Seidl, A Widmer, F Gillet, ...
Ecology and Society 18 (2), 2013
|Affect-inducing risk communication: current knowledge and future directions|
VHM Visschers, PM Wiedemann, H Gutscher, S Kurzenhäuser, R Seidl, ...
Journal of Risk Research 15 (3), 257-271, 2012
|An integrated community and ecosystem-based approach to disaster risk reduction in mountain systems|
JA Klein, CM Tucker, CE Steger, A Nolin, R Reid, KA Hopping, ET Yeh, ...
Environmental science & policy 94, 143-152, 2019
|Interdisciplinary collaboration between natural and social sciences–status and trends exemplified in groundwater research|
R Barthel, R Seidl
PLoS One 12 (1), e0170754, 2017
|Perceived risk and benefit of nuclear waste repositories: Four opinion clusters|
R Seidl, C Moser, M Stauffacher, P Krütli
Risk Analysis 33 (6), 1038-1048, 2013
|Constructing consistent multiscale scenarios by transdisciplinary processes: the case of mountain regions facing global change|
FS Brand, R Seidl, QB Le, JM Brändle, RW Scholz
Ecology and Society 18 (2), 2013
|Catalyzing transformations to sustainability in the world's mountains|
JA Klein, CM Tucker, AW Nolin, KA Hopping, RS Reid, C Steger, ...
Earth's Future 7 (5), 547-557, 2019
|A functional-dynamic reflection on participatory processes in modeling projects|
Ambio 44 (8), 750-765, 2015
|Social acceptance of distributed energy systems in Swiss, German, and Austrian energy transitions|
R Seidl, T Von Wirth, P Krütli
Energy Research & Social Science 54, 117-128, 2019
|Evaluation of river restoration by local residents|
R Seidl, M Stauffacher
Water Resources Research 49 (10), 7077-7087, 2013
|Linking scientific disciplines: Hydrology and social sciences|
R Seidl, R Barthel
Journal of Hydrology 550, 441-452, 2017
|Regional assessment of global change impacts: The Project GLOWA-Danube|
W Mauser, M Prasch
|The precarious consensus on the importance of energy security: Contrasting views between Swiss energy users and experts|
YB Blumer, C Moser, A Patt, R Seidl
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 52, 927-936, 2015
|Transitions of municipal solid waste management. Part I: Scenarios of Swiss waste glass-packaging disposal|
G Meylan, R Seidl, A Spoerri
Resources, conservation and recycling 74, 8-19, 2013