Publications

Peer-reviewed Publications

Enenkel, M., Jaime, C., McDougal, T., Benitez-Moreno, I. (2022): Low predictive skill, high humanitarian costs – How to establish Anticipatory Action for Conflict, in preparation

Enenkel, M. (2022): Closing the most critical Gap in the next Generation of forward looking humanitarian Instruments: transboundary early action Protocols, Nature, submitted

Vreugdenhil et. al (2022): Microwave remote sensing for agricultural drought monitoring: recent developments and challenges, Frontiers Special Issue: Insights in water and hydrocomplexity, submitted

Enenkel, M. and Dall, K.: The need for a humanitarian protocol to generate evidence for anticipatory action via earth observation, Frontiers in Climate Special Issue: Climate Services for Risk Informed Anticipatory Action, DOI: https://doi.org/10.3389/fclim.2022.923852, available at: https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fclim.2022.923852/full

Enenkel, M. (2022): A data-driven hive mind – strengthening decisions through co-design, United Nations Global Assessment Report on Disaster Risk Reduction, Our World at Risk: Transforming Governance for a Resilient Future (coordinating lead author), p. 170-175, available at: https://www.undrr.org/gar2022-our-world-risk

Enenkel, M. (2022): From big data to better decisions, United Nations Global Assessment Report on Disaster Risk Reduction, Our World at Risk: Transforming Governance for a Resilient Future (coordinating lead author), p. 160-161, available at: https://www.undrr.org/gar2022-our-world-risk

Enenkel, M. and Kruczkiewicz (2022): The humanitarian sector needs climate science translators with clear job profiles, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (BAMS), DOI: DOI: https://doi.org/10.1175/BAMS-D-20-0263.1

Enenkel, M., Bollettino, V., and Vinck, P.: (2021): Preparing for consecutive climate events: implications for forecasting and financing, Harvard School of Public Health Review, available at: https://hphr.org/31-article-enenkel/

Enenkel, M., Brown, M.E., Vogt, J.V., McCarty, J.L., Reid Bell, A., Guha-Sapir, D., Dorigo, W.A., Vasilaky, K., Svoboda, M., Bonifacio, R., Voigt, S., Anderson, M., Funk, C., Osgood, D.E., Hain, C.15, Vinck, P. (2020): Why predict climate hazards if we need to understand impacts? Mobile technologies could put humans back into the drought equation, Climatic Change, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10584-020-02878-0

Enenkel, M. and Brown, M. (2020): People-Centered Climate Hazard Impact Assessment using Machine Learning: A Drought Risk Perspective, AI4Good – Fragile Earth: Data Science for a Sustainable Planet, San Francisco, August 24th, 2020, available at: shorturl.at/pvBLS

Enenkel, M., Shrestha, R.M., Stokes, E., Román., M., Wang, Z., Espinosa M.T.M., Hajzmanova I., Ginnetti, J., Vinck, P. (2020): Emergencies do not stop at night: Advanced analysis of displacement based on satellite-derived nighttime light observations, IBM J. RES. & DEV. VOL. 64 NO. 1/2 PAPER 8, DOI: 10.1147/JRD.2019.2954404

Román, M., Stokes, E. C., Shrestha, R., Wang, Z., Schultz, L., Sepulveda, C., Edil, A., Qingsong, S., Bell, J., Molthan, A., Kalb, V., Chuanyi, J., Seto, K. C., McClain., S., Enenkel., M. (2019): Satellite-based assessment of electricity restoration efforts in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria, PLoS ONE Vol. 14, Issue 6, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0218883

Dookie, D. and Enenkel., M. (2019): From Science to Science-based: Using state-of-the-art climate information to strengthen DRR in Small Island States, Strengthening Disaster Resilience in Small States: Commonwealth Perspectives (Book Chapter), ISBN: 978-1-84929-189-7

Osgood, D., Powell, B., Diro, R., Enenkel, M., Brown, M., Husak, G., Blakeley, S., Hoffman, L., McCarty, J.: Farmer Perception, Recollection, and Remote Sensing in Weather Index Insurance: An Ethiopia Case Study, Remote Sens. 2018, 10(12), 1887; https://doi.org/10.3390/rs10121887

Enenkel, M., Farah, C., Hain, C., Anderson, M., White, A., You, L., Wagner, W., and Osgood, D. (2018): What rainfall does not tell us – Enhancing financial instruments with satellite-derived soil moisture and evaporative stress, featured special issue, Remote Sens. 2018, 10(11), 1819; https://doi.org/10.3390/rs10111819

Enenkel, M., Osgood, D., Powell, B., Brown, M, McCarty, J., Neigh, C., Carroll, M., Anderson, M., Hain, C. Husak, G. and Wooten, M. (2018): Exploiting the convergence of evidence in satellite data for advanced weather index insurance design, Weather, Climate and Society, Volume 11 No. 1, p. 65-93 DOI: 10.1175/WCAS-D-17-0111.1.

Enenkel, M., Martinez Sáenz, S., Dookie, D. S., Braman, L., Obradovich, N., Kryvasheyeu, Y. (2018): Social Media Data Analysis and Feedback for Advanced Disaster Risk Management, https://arxiv.org/abs/1802.0261, Social Web in Emergency and Disaster Management: Collective Sensing, Trust and Resilience in Global Crises, 9 Feb 2018, Los Angeles, Ca, USA

Neigh, C.S.R., Carroll, M., Wooten, M., McCarty, J. L., Powell, B., Husak, G., Enenkel, M. and Hain, C. (2018): Smallholder crop area mapped with wall-to-wall WorldView sub-meter panchromatic image texture: a test case for Tigray, Ethiopia, Remote Sensing of Environment, Volume 212, June 2018, Pages 8-20, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rse.2018.04.025

Enenkel, M., Papp, A., Veit, E. And Voigt, S. (2017): Top-down and bottom-up – A global approach to strengthen local disaster resilience, IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference Proceedings 2017 p. 1-7, 10.1109/GHTC.2017.8239247

Enenkel, M., Osgood, D. and Powell, B. (2017): The added-value of satellite soil moisture for agricultural index insurance, Taylor and Francis book chapter, in Petropoulos, G.P. & T. Islam (2017): Remote Sensing of Hydrometeorological Hazards, pp. 69-81, Elsevier, ISBN: 978-1-4987-7758-2

Lechner, K, Nolde, M, Kiefl, R, Enenkel, M., Papp, A., Scherkenbach and Voigt, S. (2017): Earth Observation for SOS Children’s Villages: Deployment of cutting-edge technology to support a humanitarian NGO in emergency management, GI Forum, Symposium and Exhibit applied Geoinformatics, 4-7 July 2017, Salzburg, Austria, available at. http://www.austriaca.at/8158-3_inhalt/B05_14193_EA_Ver05_Lechner.pdf

Enenkel., M., Steiner, C., Mistelbauer, T., Dorigo, W., Wagner, W., See, L. Atzberger, C., Schneider, S. and Rogenhofer, E. (2016): A Combined Satellite-Derived Drought Indicator to Support Humanitarian Aid Organizations, Remote Sens. 2016, 8(4), 340; doi:10.3390/rs8040340

Brocca, L., Wade, C., Ciabatta, L., Massari, C., De Rosnay, P., Enenkel, M., Hahn, S., Amarnath, G., Camici, S., Tarpanelli, A., Wagner, W. (2017): A review of the applications of ASCAT soil moisture products, IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing, DOI: 10.1109/JSTARS.2017.2651140

Enenkel, M., Reimer, C., Dorigo, W., Wagner, W., Pfeil, I., Parinussa, R., De Jeu, R. (2016): Combining satellite observations to develop a global soil moisture product for near-real-time applications. Hydrol Earth Syst Sci 20, 4191–4208. doi:10.5194/hess-20-4191-2016

Enenkel, M., See, L., Karner, M., Alvarez, M., Rogenhofer, E., Baraldes, C., Lanusse, Salse, N. (2015): Food Security Monitoring via Mobile Data Collection and Remote Sensing: Results from the Central African Republic, PLoS One, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0142030

Enenkel., M., Dorigo, W., Wagner, W. and See., L. (2015): Improving Agricultural Drought Indicators – How Satellite-derived Soil Moisture can Fill the Gap; In: Evaluation of drought and impacts through interdisciplinary methods, Conference Proceedings, Interdrought Summer School, 7-11 June 2015, Mikulov, Czech Republic

Wagner, W., Fröhlich, J., Wotawa, G., Stowasser, R., Staudinger, M. Hoffmann, C., Walli, A., Federspiel, C., Aspetsberger, M., Atzberger, C., Briese, C., Notarnicola, C., Zebisch, M., Boresch, A., Enenkel, M., Kidd, R., Von Beringe, A., Hasenauer, S., Naeimi, V., Mücke, W. (2014): Addressing Grand Challenges in Earth Observation Science: The Earth Observation Data Centre for Water Resources Monitoring, ISPRS Annals of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, Volume II-7, 2014, DOI: https://doi.org/10.5194/isprsannals-II-7-81-2014

Enenkel, M, See, L., Bonifacio, R., Boken, V., Chaney, N., Vinck, P., You, L., Dutra, E. and Anderson, M. (2014): Drought and food security – Improving decision-support via innovative collaboration and new technologies, Global Food Security, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gfs.2014.08.005

Enenkel, M. (2011) GLOWASIS – The GLObal WAter Scarcity Information Service, Earthzine, at: http://www.earthzine.org/2011/11/30/glowasis-%E2%80%93-the-global-water-scarcity-information-service/

Enenkel, M. (2011) Disaster Preparedness in the Water Sector of Developing Countries, at: http://www.earthzine.org/2011/01/28/disaster-preparedness-in-the-water-sector-of-developing-countries

Non-reviewed publications, presentations, blog posts and other activities (non-exhaustive)

Enenkel, M. (2022): Towards Anticipatory Action for Conflict in Southern and East Africa, Strategic Discussions with the Directorate-General for European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (DG ECHO), 14 Sept 2022

Scherer, N. and Enenkel, M. (2022): Think piece for the Insuresilience Sectoral Community on Disaster Risk Financing and Anticipatory Action, Input to the Compendium on Sectoral Community Guiding Questions, 15 Sept 20220, internal document (available up request)

Chaudill, C. M., Newlands, N., Cullen, C. A., Enenkel, M. (2022): Group on Earth Observations (GEO) Disaster Risk Reduction Working Group (DRR WG): Capacity Building Partnerships to Address National Climate Change-Related Systemic Risk, American Geosciences Union, 12-16 December 2022, Chicago, USA

Enenkel, M. and Kruczkiewicz, A. (2022): Climate Science Translators – A forward-looking humanitarian system requires new skills and career paths, UN OCHA Anticipatory Action Working Group Meeting, 29 July 2022

Greimeister-Pfeil, I., Vreugdenhil, M., Preimesberger, W., Brocca, L., Camici, S., Enenkel, M., Bavandi, A., Wagner, W.: Tracking rainfall deficits through the water cycle using earth observation datasets: a case study in Senegal, International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS 2022), 17-22 July 2022, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Enenkel, M. (2022): The first transboundary early action protocol for flood risk – challenges and opportunities at different scales, Horn of Africa Partnership for Early Warning and Early Action, Stakeholder consultation workshop, organised by UNDRR, WFP, ICPAC, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Sweden, 15-17 June 2022, Nairobi, Kenya

Enenkel, M. (2022): EO and humanitarian Assistance – from Petabytes to Preparedness, European Association of Remote Sensing Companies, EO Café, 2 June 2022, https://earsc.org/2022/05/30/eocafe-eo-humanitarian-assistance-from-petabytes-to-preparedness/

Group on Earth Observations (2022) Virtual Symposium – Global Action for local Impact (Session on addressing systemic risk in Jamaica), 2-5 May 2022, available at: available at: https://www.earthobservations.org/symposium2022.php

Elten, M. and Enenkel, M. (2022): UNDRR’s data-centric contribution to the Insuresilience Sectoral Community on Disaster Risk Finance and Anticipatory Action, Workstream 1 ‘Exploring how the risk financing community can help to scale up AA’

Vreugdenhil, M, Greimeister-Pfeil, I, Preimesberger, W., Enenkel, M., Wagner, W. (2022): Satellite soil moisture for yield prediction in water limited regions, ESA Living Planet Symposium 2022, 23-27 May 2022, Bonn, Germany, available at: https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU21/EGU21-12549.html?pdf

Vreugdenhil, M., Greimeister-Pfeil, I., Preimesberger, W., Brocca, L., Camici, S., Massart, S., Enenkel, M., and Wagner, W.: Satellite soil moisture for drought assessment and early-warning in water limited regions , EGU General Assembly 2022, Vienna, Austria, 23–27 May 2022, EGU22-9918, https://doi.org/10.5194/egusphere-egu22-9918, 2022.

Enenkel, M. and Barthelemy, Y. (2022): Using the Next Generation Drought Index framework to strengthen national risk ownership in Senegal, 17-18 May 2022, virtual workshop organised by the government of Senegal (Secrétariat Exécutif du Conseil National de Sécurité Alimentaire)

Enenkel, M. (2022): United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR) as a Broker for risk-informed early Action – A cross-cutting road map; COP – Risk Knowledge Standing Meeting, United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction, 4 May 2022

Enenkel. M and Kruczkiewicz, A. (2022): Desperately Seeking Climate Science Translators: The Humanitarian Community Urgently Needs A New Profession, United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (Preventionweb), 4 April 2022, available at: https://www.preventionweb.net/blog/desperately-seeking-climate-science-translators-humanitarian-community-urgently-needs-new

Enenkel, M. (2022): If disasters can be predicted acting early it’s the right thing to do, UNDRR PreventionWeb, available at: https://www.preventionweb.net/blog/markus-enenkel-if-disasters-can-be-predicted-acting-early-right-thing-do (Published 17 Jan 2022)

Enenkel. M (2021): Development of a road map for anticipatory action in preparation of the G7 high-level meeting, virtual presentation, UN OCHA/WFP, 14 July 2021

Enenkel, M. (2021): START Network Expert Group Building Blocks Review, 26 October 2021

Enenkel, M. and Osgood, D. (2021): The importance of co-design in satellite-derived drought risk financing, European Geosciences Union, 19-30 April 2021, Vienna, Austria

Enenkel, M, Bavandi, A, and Aubrecht, C. (2021): Faster and Better Risk Indicators: Introducing the Next Generation Drought Index (NGDI) Project, at: https://www.financialprotectionforum.org/blog/faster-and-better-risk-indicators-introducing-the-next-generation-drought-index-ngdi-project

Enenkel, M. and Rudas, E. (2021): Connecting the dots – what online behaviour tells you about emergency donors, keynote at the annual conference of the Austrian Fundraising Association, Jan 26th, 2021, short description available at: https://www.fundraisingkongress.at/programm/teil-3/#Connecting

Enenkel., M. (2020): Synergies between Harvard Humanitarian Initiative and the UN Climate Security Mechanism, online workshop, 22 December 2020

Enenkel, M. (2020): Novel data-driven solutions for migration monitoring, commissioned by the International centre for Migration Policy Development, working paper

Enenkel., M. (2020): Humanitarian EO – Success stories and future visions, World Space Forum ‘Space for our Future’, Organized jointly by the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs and the United Arab Emirates Space Agency, 9-10 December 2020

Enenkel, M. (2020): Forgotten crises  – Unlocking the power of Earth observation through social analytics?, United Nations International Conference on Space-based Technologies for Disaster Risk Reduction – “Lessons learned during the unprecedented pandemic situation”, virtual conference, 24-25 Nov 2020

Enenkel., M. (2020): Next Generation Drought Risk Financing – Recent World Bank Activities, European Space Agency EO4SD (Earth Observation for Social Development) – Webinar Series; July 9th, 2020

Osgood, D. and Enenkel, M. (2020): The next Generation Drought Index Project, European Geosciences Union, 4-8 May 2020, Vienna, Austria, DOI: https://doi.org/10.5194/egusphere-egu2020-12023

Enenkel. M., Román, M., Stokes, E., Shrestha, R. and Vinck, P. (2020): On the dark side of the earth – How the Black Marble Alliance supports humanitarian activities with satellite-derived nighttime light observations, European Geosciences Union, 4-8 May 2020, Vienna, Austria

Román, M. and Enenkel. M. (2020): Quantifying Post-Disaster Recovery using NASA’s Black Marble, World Bank COVID-19 Observatory scoping study, 19 March 2020

Enenkel., M. and Swaminathan, R. S. (2020):  The day the earth didn’t stand still — a humanitarian perspective on COVID-19, at: https://medium.com/@markus.enenkel/the-day-the-earth-didnt-stand-still-5b84c85c2f69

Enenkel., M. and Cian, F. (2019): Too Sci-fi To Be True? How The Earth’s Gravity Measurements Of The GRACE Satellite Mission Supports Drought Impact Monitoring And Financial Instruments, World Bank Financial Protection Forum, available at: https://www.financialprotectionforum.org/blog/too-sci-fi-to-be-true-how-the-earth%E2%80%99s-gravity-measurements-of-the-grace-satellite-mission

Enenkel, M. and Vinck. P. (2019): Agricultural monitoring from a humanitarian perspective – Understanding links between hazards, impacts and novel financial instruments, American Geosciences Union, San Francisco, 9-13 December 2019

Enenkel, M., Vinck, P., Villaveces, J., Hernandez-Aguilera, N., Muñoz, A., Fisher, J., (2019): Climate vs. Conflict vs. Climate: Understanding complex feedback loops to strengthen humanitarian action in Colombia, First International Conference on Environmental Peacebuilding, 23-25 October 2019, University of California Irvine, Irvine, USA

Enenkel, M. (2019): Satellites and flood disasters – from data to actionable knowledge, World Bank/GFDRR/ZAMG Understanding Risk Austria; Extreme rainfall – before during and after, 17-18 Oct 2019, Vienna, Austria

Dookie, D. and Enenkel., M. (2019):From Science to Science-based:
Using state-of-the-art climate information to strengthen DRR in Small Island States, conference paper, Annual Research Conference on Small States (ARCSS), 29-31 January 2019 in Valletta, Malta

Roman, M. O., Kalb, V., Stokes, E., Wang, Z., Shrestha, R., Enenkel, M., Seto, K. C., Steward Elston, J., Stachura, M., Oddo, P., Kostis, H.-N., Baker, W., and Gleason, J.F. (2019): Public-Private Partnerships at the Universities Space Research Association’s Earth from Space Institute, American Geosciences Union, San Francisco, 9-13 December 2019

Enenkel, M. (2019): Extreme climate, earth observation and disaster risk financing – learning from mistakes, World Bank Geospatial Operations Support Team (GOST)/GFDRR, 15 May 2019

Enenkel, M., Brown, M.E., Vogt, J.V., McCarty, J.L., Reid Bell, A., Guha-Sapir, D., Dorigo, W.A., Vasilaky, K., Svoboda, M., Bonifacio, R., Voigt, S., Anderson, M., Funk, C., Osgood, D.E., Hain, C.15, Vinck, P. (2018): Why do we forecasts climate hazards of we are interested in impacts – Vulnerable could be the key to our humans back into the equation, European Geophysical Union, 7-12 April 2019, Vienna, Austria

Powell, B., Osgood, D., Diro, R., Enenkel, M., Brown, M., Husak, G., Blakeley, S., Hoffman, L., McCarty, J.: Farmer Perception, Recollection, and Remote Sensing in Weather Index Insurance: An Ethiopia Case Study, American Geosciences Union, 10-14 December, Washington DC, http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2018AGUFMPA22A..03P

Enenkel, M. (2019): Using near real-time alerting, climate services and mobile apps to strengthen disaster preparedness in Florida, online training session for SOS Children’s Villages USA

Roman, M.O., Wang, Z., Schultz, L.A., Shrestha, R.M., Sepulveda Carlo, E., Sun, Q., Bell, J.R., Molthan, A., Kalb, V.L., Seto, K.C., McClain, S.N., Enenkel, M. (2018): Satellite monitoring of hurricane disaster recovery reveals inequalities in energy access, American Geosciences Union, 10-14 December 2018, Washington, DC, USA

Enenkel, M. (2018): Why we’re turning the emergency life cycle upside down, Nethope Global Summit, Dublin, Ireland, 5-9 Nov 2018

Enenkel, M (2018): Overlap between humanitarian disaster risk management and traditional supply chain logistics, DHL Risk and Resilience conference, invited keynote, Troisdorf, Germany, 20 Sept 2018

Enenkel, M. (2018): The added-value of satellite data for the next generation of humanitarian applications, Euroconsult Global Satellite Business Summit, invited keynote, Paris, France, 14 Sept 2018

Enenkel, M., Martinez Sáenz, S., Dookie, D. S., Braman, L., Obradovich, N., Kryvasheyeu, Y. (2018): Social Media Data Analysis and Feedback for Advanced Disaster Risk Management, University College London, 8th Institute for Risk and Disaster Reduction Annual Conference, London, 20 June 2018

Enenkel, M (2018): Bottom-up and top-down – Linking big data to local knowledge, Keynote presentation (side event) at the World Bank’s Understanding Risk Conference, Mexico City, 14-18 May 2018

Enenkel, M. (2018): A global emergency preparedness strategy that considers individual local risk profiles, SOS Children’s Villages International workshop at Salzburg University, 3-4 May 2018, Salzburg, Austria

Enenkel, M. (2017): The big added-value of small communities for advanced disaster risk management; United Nations/Germany International Conference on International Cooperation Towards Low-Emission and Resilient Societies, 22-24 November 2017, Bonn, Germany

McCarty, J., Neight, C. S. R., Caroll, M. L., Wooten, M. R., Brown, M. E., Sullivan, G. M., Diro, R., Osgood, D. E., Enenkel, M., and Powell, B. F. (2022): Big data, small farms: Lessons learned from integrating data science approaches with remote sensing of smallholder and urban agriculture, Pecora 20, Observing a changing Earth – Science for Decisions, Monitoring, Assessment, and Projection, Sioux Falls, SD, 13-16 November 2017

Enenkel, M. (2017): An NGO perspective on disaster risk management – Thinking beyond projects, World View Global Alliance, 9-11 October 2017, Munich, Germany

Enenkel, M. (2017): NASA Disaster simulation exercise facilitator, Strengthening Disaster Risk Reduction across the Americas, 3-8 Sept., Buenos Aires, Argentina

Enenkel, M. (2017): Less Think-Tanks, More Do-Tanks; How the IRI can support the disater risk management of SOS Children’s Villages International, Invited talk at Columbia University, 20 May 2017

Enenkel, M., Braun, M., Ouni, S., Lebel, T. (2017): The impact of climate change on weather index insurance design, EGU General Assembly 2017 (Hydroclimatic extremes under change: advancing the science and implementation in hazard prevention and control), Vienna, Austria, 24-28 April 2017

Pfeil, I, Hochstöger, S., Amarnath, G., Pani, P., Enenkel, M. and Wagner, W. (2017): Predicting Vegetation Condition from ASCAT Soil Water Index over Southwest India, EGU General Assembly 2017 (Application of remote sensing and Earth-observation data in natural hazard and risk studies), Vienna, Austria, 24-28 April 2017

Hochstöger, S., Pfeil, I, Amarnath, G., Pani, P., Enenkel, M. and Wagner, W. (2017): Enhanced agricultural drought monitoring using a soil water anomaly-based drought index in south-west India, Vienna, Austria, 24-28 April 2017 (poster session)

Enenkel, M. (2017): Status of Resilience360 for disaster risk management at SOS Children’s Villages International, Allianz Insurance, Munich, Germany: View the Prezi

Carrol, M.L., Neigh, C.S.R., Wooten, M.R., Husak, G.J., McCarty J.L., Powell, B.F., Enenkel, M., Hain, C.R., Anderson, M.C., Osgood, D.E. (2016) Mapping and monitoring small stakeholder agriculture in Tigray, Ethiopia using sub-meter Worldview and Landsat imager and high performance computing. Poster presentation conducted at the annual American Geophysical Union meeting in San Francisco, California.

Enenkel, M. (2016): The added-value of satellite data for microinsurance, Technological Innovations and Agricultural Micro-Insurance Logistics workshop at the International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington D.C., 13-14 October 2016

Enenkel. M. and Osgood, D. (2016): The added-value of satellite soil moisture for agricultural index insurance, 3rd Satellite Soil Moisture Validation and Application Workshop, New York City, 21-22 September 2016

Enenkel, M (2016): Satellite Technologies, Innovative and Smart Financing for Food Security – the SATISFy project, invited talk by Rockefeller Foundation, USAID and the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Global Resilience Partnership), 28-30 June 2016, Nairobi, Kenya

Enenkel, M. (2016): Innovative ways of linking earth observation and socioeconomic data to strengthen disaster risk reduction, United Nations Platform for Space-based Information for Disaster Management and Emergency Response (UN-SPIDER) Anniversary Conference Enhancing the resilience of nations through use of space-based information, 7-8 June 2016, Vienna, Austria

McCarty, J.L., Brown, M.E., Enenkel, M., Sullivan, G., Osgood, D.E., Husak, G., Banach, D., Mann, B.F., Diro, R., Neigh, C., Carroll, M., Anderson, M., and Hain, C. (2016): ICT and Two-Way Communication to Improve Agricultural Index Insurance and Food Security in Sub-Saharan Africa, International Symposium for Society and Resource Management, 22-26 June 2016, Houghton, Mi, USA

Enenkel, M., Mistelbauer, T., Dorigo, W., See, L., Vinck, P. and Papp, A. (2014): Joining forces for food security – Linking Earth Observation and crowd-sourcing for improved decision-support to aid organizations, American Geophysical Union, 15-19 December 2014, San Francisco, USA

Enenkel, M. (2014): The Added-Value of Earth Observation for Humanitarian Aid;
Vortrag: Doctors without Borders Austria General Assembly 2014, Wien; 23.05.2014.

Mistelbauer, M. Enenkel, W. Wagner: POETS – Python Open Earth Observation Tools”;
Poster: GIScience 2014, Wien; 23.09.2014 – 26.09.2014; in: “Extended Abstract Proceedings of the GIScience 2014”, GeoInfo Series, 40 (2014), ISBN: 978-3-901716-42-3; 3 S.

Enenkel, M (2015): Droughts, Microwave Remote Sensing and Food Security, Czechglobe Drought Monitoring Expert Workshop, 14-15 May 2015, Mikulov, Czech Republic

Enenkel., M. and Mistelbauer, T. (2015): Developing a user-friendly Drought Monitoring and Forecasting Tool for Doctors without Borders, EGU2015-7133, EGU General Assembly, 12-17 April, 2015, Vienna, Austria

Wagner, W., Reimer, C., Bauer-Marschallinger, B., Enenkel, M., Hahn, S., Melzer, T., Paulik, C. and Dorigo, W. (2015): Long-term soil moisture time series analysis based on active microwave backscatter measurements, 36th International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment, 11-15 May 2015, Berlin, Germany

Enenkel, M. (2015): United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs Knowledge Portal: Data Application of the Month: Drought Monitoring, at: https://www.un-spider.org/links-and-resources/data-sources/daotm-drought

Mistelbauer, T., Enenkel, M. and Wagner, W. (2014): POETS – Python Open Earth Observation Tools, GIScience 2014, Vienna, 23-26 September 2014

Enenkel, M. Joining forces for food security – linking earth observation and crowd-sourcing“;International Symposium on Weather and Climate Extremes, Food Security and Biodiversity 2014, Fairfax, Virginia, USA; 20-13 October 2014

Enenkel, M., (2014): Linking Earth Observation and Crowdsourcing for improved Drought and Food Security Monitoring, Symposium on Weather and Climate Extremes, Food Security and Biodiversity, George Mason University 20-24 October 2014

Enenkel, M. (2014): Joining forces for food security – Linking earth observation and crowd-sourcing for improved decision-support to aid organizations, European Space Agency Satellite soil moisture validation & application workshop, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 10-11 July 2014

Wagner, J. Fröhlich, G. Wotawa, R. Stowasser, M. Staudinger, C. Hoffmann, A. Walli, C. Federspiel, M. Aspetsberger, C. Atzberger, C. Briese, C. Notarnicola, M. Zebisch, A. Boresch, M. Enenkel, R. Kidd, A. von Beringe, S. Hasenauer, V. Naeimi, W. Mücke: Addressing Grand Challenges in Earth Observation Science: The Earth Observation Data Centre for Water Resources Monitoring”; Hauptvortrag: ISPRS Technical Commission VII Symposium 2014, Istanbul, Turkey (eingeladen); 29.09.2014 – 02.10.2014; in: “Proceedings of the ISPRS Technical Commission VII Symposium 2014”, F. Sunar, O. Altan, M. Taberner (Hrg.); ISPRS Annals of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, Volume II-7 (2014), ISSN: 1682-1777; S. 81 – 88.

Wagner,W., Enenkel, M. and C. Paulik (2014): WMO statement on the status of the global climate in 2013, WMO-No. 1130, World Meteorological Organization, Geneva

Wagner, W., Enenkel, M., Triebnig, G. and Wotawa, G. (2014): The Earth Observation Data Centre (EODC) for Water Resources Monitoring, Group on Earth Observation (GEO) Ministerial Summit, Geneva, Switzerland

Enenkel, M. (2013): Application of the Enhanced Combined Drought Index over Southeast Asia, Regional workshop of the Joint section of the UN International Atomic Energy Agency and the UN Food and Agriculture Organization, 12-15 November 2013, Penang, Malaysia

Enenkel., M., Rojas, O. and Balint, Z. (2013): Use of satellite-derived soil moisture to improve drought monitoring, Geophysical Research Abstracts, EGU2013-1109, EGU General Assembly, 7-12 April, 2013, Vienna, Austria

Wagner, C. Paulik, S. Hahn, T. Melzer,R. Parinussa, R. De Jeu, W. Dorigo, D. Chung, M. Enenkel (2013). Soil Moisture Extremes Observed by METOP ASCAT: Was 2012 an Exceptional Year? Geophysical Research Abstracts, EGU2013-9120 EGU General Assembly, 7– 12 April 2013,Vienna, Austria

Enenkel, M., Dorigo, W., Guadaloupe,S., Fritz, S. (2013): Improved Food Security Monitoring via a satellite-derived Drought Index and a Mobile Phone Application. 1st International Conference on Global Food Security. 29 September-2 October 2013, Noordwijkerhout, Netherlands.

Enenkel, M. and Reshef, I. (2012): Improved agricultural Drought Monitoring via Remote Sensing of Soil Moisture, American Geosciences Union Chapman Conference on Remote Sensing of the terrestrial Water Cycle, 19-22 February 2012, Hawaii, USA (Poster)

Enenkel, M. (2012): “Satellite-Based Soil Moisture for Drought and Flood Monitoring and Forecasting”; ESA-NEREUS joint publication (invited), The Growing Use of GMES across Europe’s Regions, p. 58 – 59

Wagner, W., Enenkel, M., Triebnig, G., Wotawa. G.: “Global hydrological monitoring and science support service platform – Investigations into viable concepts for an Earth Observation Data Centre for Water Resources Monitoring“; Poster: Österreichischer GEO/GEOSS Workshop, Österreichischer GEO/GEOSS Workshop, Bundesministerium für Wissenschaft und Forschung (BMWF); 10 December 2012

Pozzi, W., Fugazza, C., Brewer, M. J., Santoro, M, Nativi., S., Lee, B. and Enenkel, M. (2011): Global Drought Monitoring Service through the GEOSS Architecture, Engineering Report, Geoss Architecture Implementation Pilot (AIP), Drought and Water Working Group

Enenkel, M.: The use of satellite-derived soil moisture for agricultural drought monitoring, United Nations Platform for Space-based Information for Disaster Management and Emergency Response (UN-SPIDER) International Expert Meeting: Crowdsource Mapping for Preparedness and Emergency Response, Vienna, Austria 5-6 July, 2011, Presentation here