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Martin Böckli, Alexandre Badoux, Christian Rickli, Dieter Rickenmann, Virginia Ruiz-Villanueva, Salome Zurbrügg and Markus Stoffel Large wood-related hazards during the extreme flood of 24 July 2014 in the Emme catchment (Switzerland) 2016 EA
190 - 191
Stefan Braito, Karl Mayer and Andreas Rimböck Dealing with Bedload in Alpine Torrent Hydraulics - New Approaches in Bavaria 2016 EA
192 - 193
Livia Buerkli, Claudio Wiesmann and Margreth Keile Flood Risk Maps - challenges in risk visualizations 2016 EA
194 - 195
Miki Chiba, Takahisa Mizuyama, Kouji Kamee, Hiroshi Makino, Hitoshi Ito, Youichi Sako, Toshihiro Terunuma, NAOKI YUSA, Ryoichi Ohno, Hideki Terada and Kousuke Yoshino Proposal of a method to visualize the risk of a landslide dam disaster 2016 EA
196 - 197
Paul Dobesberger, Andreas Koler, Stefan Ortner, Brigitte Eder, Angela Michiko Hama, Marcel Innerkofler, Oskar Januschke and Martin Preßlaber Climate sensitive risk management - a best practice example by the city of Lienz, Tyrol, Austria 2016 EA
198 - 199
Linda Ettlin, Michael Bründl, Marc Christen and Yves Bühler RAMMS::RISK: a tool for mapping natural hazard risks 2016 EA
200 - 201
Juerg Karl Elsener, Jijun Xu, Christian Willi and Rao Fu Cooperation of China and Switzerland: water resources and risk management under changing climate 2016 EA
202 - 203
Sylvia Durrer Freimoser and Jörn Heilig Integral flood protection project for the medieval town of Sursee 2016 EA
204 - 205
Holger Frey, Christian Huggel, Yves Bühler, Daniel Buis, Maria Dulce Burga, Walter Choquevilca, Felipe Fernandez, Claudia Giráldez, Cesar Portocarrero and Luis Vicuña A robust debris-flow and GLOF risk management strategy for a data-scarce catchment in Santa Teresa, Peru 2016 EA
206 - 207
Sven Fuchs, Micha Heiser, Stefan Hellweger, Willigis Gallmetzer and Bruno Mazzorana Visualisation of benefits resulting from flood hazard mitigation: a GIS toolbox 2016 EA
208 - 209
Cornelia Gusterer and Margreth Keiler Integrated assessment and evaluation of flood protection projects: Long-term risk evolution and cost-benefit analysis. 2016 EA
210 - 211
Matthias Huttenlau, Klaus Schneeberger, Benjamin Winter and Johann Stötte Damage functions as crucial factor in a modular flood risk evaluation framework 2016 EA
212 - 213
Anton Joehr, Carlos Montes and Christina Aebischer Risk assessment for improved land management from local to municipal level: example of Olancho, Honduras 2016 EA
214 - 215
Irene Kallen, Markus Zimmermann and Margreth Keiler Risk evolution in the Richebach torrent, Switzerland, from 1890 to 2010 2016 EA
216 - 217
Christoph Lehmann and Eva Gertsch Estimation of annual average sediment loads in small and steep catchments 2016 EA
218 - 219
Laetitia Ferrer, Corinne Curt, Aurélie Arnaud and Jean-Marc Tacnet Information flows in decision making: application to the torrential risk management 2016 EA
22 - 23
Marc Girons Lopez and Jan Seibert Impact of societal memory on the efficiency of flood early warning systems 2016 EA
220 - 221
Ching-Weei Lin and Chen-Yang Lee Large scale landslides susceptibility of Kaoping river watershed, southern Taiwan 2016 EA
222 - 223
Volkmar Mair, Kathrin Lang and David Tonidandel Warm and rainy summer as trigger for rock falls and debris flows in permafrost areas 2016 EA
224 - 225
Jean-Matthieu Monnet, Franck Bourrier, Céline Vargel, Jérôme Lopez-Saez, Christophe Corona, Frédéric Berger and Dominique Laigle Combined use of rockfall trajectory simulations and tree impacts observations for rockfall frequency assessment 2016 EA
226 - 227
Peter Molnar, Elena Leonarduzzi, Annina Brunner, Brian W McArdell and Bernard Loup A landslide warning concept for Switzerland based on daily rainfall thresholds 2016 EA
228 - 229
Andres Norina, Kuhlmann Michel, Kuhlmann Uli, Zuend Benno, Federer Markus and Zappa Massimiliano Hydrological-hydraulic modelling for future flood protection in Zürich 2016 EA
230 - 231
Martin Pfitscher, Roland Kaitna and Johannes Hübl Towards an empirical method to determine an engineering design peak discharge for debris flows 2016 EA
232 - 233
Catrin Promper and Thomas Glade Methodological approach to assess the exposure of different types of elements at risk on a regional scale 2016 EA
234 - 235
Christian Pfammatter, Nils Hählen and Ueli Ryter Successful management of protective structures in long-term conservation projects 2016 EA
236 - 237
Szu-Hsien Peng, Chung-Chieh Tien and Yu-Shen Hsiao Applying linear combination to evaluate risk degree of potential debris flow– a case study on Changhua County, Taiwan 2016 EA
238 - 239
Sven Fuchs, Thomas Thaler, Mathieu Bonnefond, Darren Clarke, Peter Driessen, Dries Hegger, Amandine Gatien-Tournat, Mathilde Gralepois, Marie Fournier, Heleen Mees, Conor Murphy and Sylvie Servain-Courant Societal transformation and adaptation necessary to manage dynamics in flood hazard and risk mitigation (TRANS-ADAPT) 2016 EA
24 - 25
Matteo Paternolli, Corrado Lucarelli, Simone Gambarotto, Walter Gostner and Nicola Marangoni, Willigis Gallmetzer An innovative tool for the quantification of road damages in alpine basins 2016 EA
240 - 241
Christian Rickli, Brian McArdell, Alexandre Badoux and Bernard Loup Database shallow landslides and hillslope debris flows 2016 EA
242 - 243
Virginia Ruiz-Villanueva, Alexandre Badoux, Robert Boes, Dieter Rickenmann, Christian Rickli, Massimiliano Schwarz, Markus Stoffel and Volker Weitbrecht Large wood management in rivers – a practice-oriented research project in Switzerland 2016 EA
244 - 245
Veronika Röthlisberger, Andreas Zischg and Margreth Keiler Exposure to floods in Switzerland 2016 EA
246 - 247
Andrea Salvetti Climatic and morphologic controls on debris flow initiation and magnitude in Southern Switzerland. 2016 EA
248 - 249
Elisa Sbrissa, Carla Pendino, Ruggero Valentinotti and Stefano Fait Analysis and integration of data sources for the hydrogeological hazard classification in the Autonomous Province of Trento 2016 EA
250 - 251
Christian Scheidl and Micha Heiser The influence of hillslope-channel coupling conditions in transport-limited debris-flow catchments 2016 EA
252 - 253
Thomas Scheuner, Severin Schwab, Demian Schneider, Christoph Graf, Serena Liener and Rafael Wernli Heavy rainstorm triggerd floodings in central Switzerland in summer 2014 - event analysis and planning of protection measures with the help of numerical models 2016 EA
254 - 255
Adrian Schmid-Breton Instrument for the assessment of the impact of flood risk measures 2016 EA
256 - 257
Stephan Schober, Thomas Piechl, Gernot R. Koboltschnig and Daniel Sichler „Local natural hazard exposure“ a GIS based model for the assessment of alpine natural hazards on a municipal level 2016 EA
258 - 259
Britta Fuchs, Doris Damyanovic, Florian Reinwald and Julia Eisl A gender+-sensitive analysis of local planning instruments in the context of natural disasters and disaster risk management in Austria 2016 EA
26 - 27
Philippe Schoeneich, Mary-Claude Busset-Henchoz, MSc and Denyse Raymond Mapping historical hazard data on GIS. The avalanches in the Col des Mosses area (Swiss Prealps) 2016 EA
260 - 261
Leonhard Schwarz, Arben Koçiu, Karl Hagen and Florian Rudolf-Miklau Landslides assessment for spatial planning - the new Austrian ACSP-standards 2016 EA
262 - 263
Johann Seiwald, Peter Markus Wagner, Christian Scheidl, Matthias Granig and Johannes Hübl Run-out prediction for small and medium scale dense flow avalanches - evaluation of ELBA+ and calibration of the Alpha-Beta model. 2016 EA
264 - 265
Peter Seitz, Fidel Hendry, Mark Gropius and Werner Fessler The hazard map groundwater of Nidwalden - against the unknown hazard from the underground 2016 EA
266 - 267
Daniel Trappmann, Markus Stoffel, Luuk Dorren, Christine Moos and Arthur Sandri Effects of rockfall protection forests and their implementation in the Swiss risk concept 2016 EA
268 - 269
Susanna Tscharner, Georgios Kyriazis and Johannes Hübl Hazard mapping of torrents in urban areas 2016 EA
270 - 271
Daniel Trappmann, Markus Stoffel and Luuk Dorren Contribution of tree-impact data and tree-ring analyses to rockfall risk assessments: a case study from the Swiss Alps 2016 EA
272 - 273
Taro Uchida, Yuki Nishiguchi, Yasutaka Tanaka, Jun’ichi Kambara, Ryosuke Okuyama and Tomoo Matsubara Probabilistic method for assessing disaster risk due to deep-seated catastrophic landslides in Japan 2016 EA
274 - 275
Stefan Unterrader and Sven Fuchs Quantifying rockfall risk on road Infrastructure in the Port Hills of Christchurch, New Zealand 2016 EA
276 - 277
Petra Walther, Stefan Dornack and Uwe Müller Four severe flood events within 11 years - measures and results of the flood risk management in the Free State of Saxony (Germany) 2016 EA
278 - 279
Barbora Neveršil, Josef Hess, Barbara Galliker Guglielmetti, Nina Aemisegger, Michèle Marti and Birgit Ottmer A better informed public through the Swiss Confederation‘s joint natural hazards portal 2016 EA
28 - 29
Christian Willi, Rao Fu and Juerg Elsener Urban Flood Risk Management: systematical, risk-based approach and an innovative solution with microwave links 2016 EA
280 - 281

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