Sara Mehryar
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From individual Fuzzy Cognitive Maps to Agent Based Models: Modeling multi-factorial and multi-stakeholder decision-making for water scarcity
S Mehryar, R Sliuzas, N Schwarz, A Sharifi, M Van Maarseveen
Journal of environmental management 250, 109482, 2019
A structured participatory method to support policy option analysis in a social-ecological system
S Mehryar, R Sliuzas, A Sharifi, D Reckien, M Van Maarseveen
Journal of Environmental Management 197, 360-372, 2017
Supporting urban adaptation to climate change: What role can resilience measurement tools play?
S Mehryar, I Sasson, S Surminski
Urban Climate 41, 101047, 2022
National laws for enhancing flood resilience in the context of climate change: potential and shortcomings
S Mehryar, S Surminski
Climate Policy 21 (2), 133-151, 2021
Investigating flood resilience perceptions and supporting collective decision-making through fuzzy cognitive mapping
S Mehryar, S Surminski
Science of the Total Environment 837, 155854, 2022
Building flood resilience in a changing climate
M Golnaraghi, S Surminski, S Mehryar, C Kousky, V Roezer
The Geneva Association, 2020
The water crisis and socio-ecological development profile of Rafsanjan Township, Iran
S Mehryar, R Sliuzas, A Sharifi, M Van Maarseveen
WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment 199, 271-285, 2015
Climate and disaster resilience measurement: Persistent gaps in multiple hazards, methods, and practicability
F Laurien, JGC Martin, S Mehryar
Climate Risk Management 37, 100443, 2022
The socio-ecological analytical framework of water scarcity in Rafsanjan Township, Iran
S Mehryar, R Sliuzas, A Sharifi, M Van Maarseveen
International Journal of Safety and Security Engineering 6 (4), 764-776, 2016
From managing risk to increasing resilience: a review on the development of urban flood resilience, its assessment and the implications for decision making
V Rözer, S Mehryar, S Surminski
Environmental Research Letters 17 (12), 123006, 2022
The role of national laws in managing flood risk and increasing future flood resilience
S Mehryar, S Surminski
London School of Economics and Political Science, 2020
GAM on! Six ways to explore social complexity by combining games and agent-based models
T Szczepanska, P Antosz, JO Berndt, M Borit, E Chattoe-Brown, ...
International Journal of Social Research Methodology 25 (4), 541-555, 2022
Making use of fuzzy cognitive maps in agent-based modeling
S Mehryar, N Schwarz, R Sliuzas, M van Maarseveen
Advances in Social Simulation: Looking in the Mirror, 307-313, 2020
Decision-support tools to build climate resilience against emerging infectious diseases in Europe and beyond
J Rocklöv, JC Semenza, S Dasgupta, EJZ Robinson, A Abd El Wahed, ...
The Lancet Regional Health–Europe 32, 2023
Multiagent climate change research
V Yazdanpanah, S Mehryar, NR Jennings, S Surminski, MJ Siegert, ...
19th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and MultiAgent Systems …, 2020
Participatory Agent-Based Modelling for Flood Risk Insurance
S Mehryar, S Surminski, B Edmonds
Conference of the European Social Simulation Association, 263-267, 2019
Participatory Policy Anaysis in Climate Change Adaptation: From individual perceptions to collective behaviour
S Mehryar
University of Twente, Netherlands, 2019
Submission to the Environment Agency’s consultation on the Draft National Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management Strategy for England
S Surminski, V Roezer, S Mehryar
The Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, 2019
Socio-Spatial Segregation Dimensions in the city of Tehran
S Mehryar, S Sabet
Policy option simulation in socio-ecological systems
S Mehryar, R Sliuzas, N Schwarz, M van Maarseveen
Advances in Social Simulation: Looking in the Mirror, 315-320, 2020
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