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|A method for determining buildings' material composition prior to demolition||Fritz Kleemann, Jakob Lederer, Philipp Aschenbrenner, Helmut Rechberger, Johann Fellner||2016|
|GIS‐based Analysis of Vienna's Material Stock in Buildings||Kleemann, Fritz and Lederer, Jakob and Rechberger, Helmut and Fellner, Johann||2016|
|Using change detection data to assess amount and composition of demolition waste from buildings in Vienna||Fritz Kleemann; Hubert Lehner; Anna Szczypińska; Jakob Lederer; Johann Fellner||2016|
|What Drives Austrian Raw Material Consumption?: A Structural Decomposition Analysis for the Years 1995 to 2007||Wenzlik, Manuel and Eisenmenger, Nina and Schaffartzik, Anke||2015|
|Consumption-based Material Flow Accounting||Schaffartzik, Anke and Eisenmenger, Nina and Krausmann, Fridolin and Weisz, Helga||2014|
|Sinks as limited resources? A new indicator for evaluating anthropogenic material flows||Ulrich Kral, Paul Brunner, Pi-Cheng Chen, Sih-Rong Chen||2014|
|The Copper Balance of Cities||Kral, Ulrich and Lin, Chih-Yi and Kellner, Katharina and Ma, Hwong-wen and Brunner, Paul H.||2014|
|Material Flow Analysis of plastic products in Austria - Emphasis on data uncertainties in consumption sectors and solid waste management||Feketitsch, Julia and Buchner, Hanno and Lederer, Jakob and Laner, David and Fellner, Johann||2013|
|The Austrian P budget as a basis for resource optimization||Egle, L and Zoboli, O and Thaler, S and Rechberger, H and Zessner, M||2013|
|A City and Its Hinterland: Vienna's Energy Metabolism 1800-2006||Fridolin Krausmann||2012|
|Network environ perspective for urban metabolism and carbon emissions: a case study of Vienna, Austria||Chen, Shaoqing and Chen, Bin||2012|
|Material flow analysis: A tool to support environmental policy decision making. Case-studies on the city of Vienna and the Swiss lowlands||Hendriks, Carolyn and Obernosterer, Richard and Müller, Daniel and Kytzia, Susanne and Baccini, Peter and Brunner, Paul H||2000|