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Marius Asenkerschbaumer The design of a resilient flood protection system in the Klausbach valley 2016 EA
284 - 285
Catherine Berger, Corinna Wendeler, Lisa Stieglitz and Guido Lauber Examples of big debris retention basins combining concrete and net-structures 2016 EA
286 - 287
Alberto Bisson and Simonetta Cola Floating anchors for the stabilization of Cischele landslide in the Venetian Prealps 2016 EA
288 - 289
Simon Carladous, Félix Philippe, Emilie Gentilini, Coralie Grandy, Jean-Marc Tacnet and Marie-Pierre Michaud Effectiveness assessment of protection works in mountains: from knowledge management tools to operational survey 2016 EA
290 - 291
Michael Chiari, Markus Moser, Martin Trojer and Johannes Hübl A systematic investigation of torrential filter structures by physical scale experiments 2016 EA
292 - 293
Yi Liang Chien, Fu Min Tseng and Su-Chin Chen Characterizing landslide dam breach geometry conducted by field landslide dam overtopping failure experiment 2016 EA
294 - 295
Jérôme Dubois, Didier Morard and Florian Aubry B. Flood protection of the alpine village of Verbier (Switzerland) 2016 EA
296 - 297
Federico Ferrario, Andrea Pedrazzini, Cédric Choffat and Patrice Eschmann Application and adaptation of NAIS approach for the management of protective forests of canton Jura (Switzerland) 2016 EA
298 - 299
Helen Gosteli, Dörte Aller, Astrid Leutwiler, Florian von Fischer and Michael Stump Security level for natural hazards 2016 EA
30 - 31
300 - 301
Sandro Gius, Martin Moser, Bruno Mazzorana and Sabrina Margarete Horak Large wood and sediment retention in the Rienz above the city of Bruneck (South Tyrol) 2016 EA
302 - 303
Grete Hedemann Aalstad, Hallvard Berg and Grethe Helgaas The flood protection concept in Kvam, Norway 2016 EA
304 - 305
Timo Heinisch and Roland Hollenstein Integrated natural hazards protection concept Vitznau LU - case study Altdorfbach 2016 EA
306 - 307
Andreas Holderer and Thomas Brandner Renovation of consolidation dams - example for a modern technical solution 2016 EA
308 - 309
Árni Jónsson The use of sheet piles as measures against rapid mass flows 2016 EA
310 - 311
Silvia Kaeser, Markus Zimmermann and Margreth Keiler Geomorphological effects of sediment retention on downstream river reaches in mountain torrents 2016 EA
312 - 313
Stefan Margreth, Andre Burkard, Sam Wyssen and Peter Vorwerk Improving the availability of mountain roads - solutions and challenges: the example of the Furka road between Hospental and Realp (Switzerland) 2016 EA
314 - 315
Florian Rudolf-Miklau, Andreas Rimböck, Bruno Mazzorana and Andreas Pichler Applying systems engineering (SE) and life cycle management (LCM) principles to protection systems 2016 EA
316 - 317
Markus Schatzmann and Marius Junker The Maschänserrüfe project: Structural measures against debris flow hazard 2016 EA
318 - 319
Frédéric Guex and Yves Chatelain The Eau Froide river flood protection project ( Switzerland) 2016 EA
32 - 33
Massimiliano Schwarz, Christine Moos, Luuk Dorren, Christian Rickli, Frank Graf, Joos Mattli and Peter Bebi Influence of forest structure on the mitigation of shallow landslides: a case study in St. Antönien (Switzerland) 2016 EA
320 - 321
Sebastian Schwindt, Guillaume Piton, Giovanni De Cesare, Alain Recking and Anton J. Schleiss Study of the effects of a distanced retention basin combined with an open check dam on a physical model 2016 EA
322 - 323
Jošt Sodnik, Pavel Debeljak, Jure Bogataj and Urška Petje Extreme flash floods in October 2014 and neglected torrent control - case study of the Hotovlja valley, Slovenia 2016 EA
324 - 325
Reto Störi and Reto Baumann A new testing methodology for avalanche and rockfall barrier anchors 2016 EA
326 - 327
Zsolt Vecsernyes, Nicolas Andreini and Jean-Louis Boillat Innovative driftwood retention device on the Aire river in Geneva, Switzerland 2016 EA
328 - 329
Axel Volkwein, Peter Kummer and Corinna Wendeler Loads on post foundations of rockfall protection fences 2016 EA
330 - 331
Corinna Wendeler, Rico Brändle and Beat Keller New flexible nets retaining shallow landslide and influencing the hazard mapping 2016 EA
332 - 333
Markus Wyss New planning process for flood protection projects after severe flooding events 2016 EA
334 - 335
Warin Bertschi, Christian Pfammatter and Mathias Zesiger The use of orthophotos to document severe weather events 2016 EA
338 - 339
Rainer Höhne and Andreas Rimböck Self-monitoring of torrent control protection structures in Bavaria 2016 EA
34 - 35
Tristan Bourdin and Thomas Berger Securing the Cliff of Bon Voyage - NICE - a case study of an emergency mission using laserscan 2016 EA
340 - 341
Marco Gaia, Alessandro Hering, Guido Della Bruna, Luca Nisi, Paolo Ambrosetti, Daniele Nerini and Cecilia Cetti Thunderstorm warnings: design and development of a real-time automatic warning system for the authorities and the population 2016 EA
342 - 343
Thomas Glade, Mira Krause, Maria Papathoma-Köhle and Siegfried Jachs A review and a good practice example of the Austrian emergency communication strategy and disaster management plans 2016 EA
344 - 345
Andreas Inderwildi, Gian Reto Bezzola and Wolfgang Ruf Flood management and lake control 2016 EA
346 - 347
Yasuo Ishii, Satoshi Tsuchiya, Masamichi Yagi and Ryoko Nishii Failure time prediction using the Saito method and evacuation notices in the Kadoshima landslide, Japan 2016 EA
348 - 349
Gernot Koboltschnig, Stephan Senfter and Marian Unterlercher Operation checklists as a support for authorities and relief units in the event of flooding - a pilot project for the municipality of Hermagor (Austria) 2016 EA
350 - 351
Richard Koschuch, Michael Brauner, Philipp Jocham and Johannes Hübl Multifunctional RADAR-system in alpine mass movement monitoring 2016 EA
352 - 353
Lysiane Mayoraz, Jacques Ambühl, Roman Voisard, Christophe Voisard and Hans Romang Automatic gale warning proposals for Swiss lakes and regional aerodromes based on genetic programming 2016 EA
354 - 355
Hiroshi Omura and Su-Chin Chen Indicator analysis of rescue-death toll curves in natural disasters 2016 EA
356 - 357
Magnus Rageth and Christian Wilhelm The extraordinary handling of the Val Parghera debris flow 2016 EA
358 - 359
Thomas Lampalzer Actor-networks in flood control 2016 EA
36 - 37
Wolfgang Ruf, Marco Achermann and Andy Kipfer Inventory for natural hazard events „StorMe“: experiences and further devolopments of the event documentation in Switzerland 2016 EA
360 - 361
Yoichi Sako, Hiroshi Makino, Naoki Nishimura and Youichirou Hagiwara Attempt at reinforcing the crisis management capability against large-scale sediment disasters through the use of the PDCA cycle 2016 EA
362 - 363
Martina Sättele, Michael Bründl and Daniel Straub Evaluation of early warning systems for natural hazards: a generic framework 2016 EA
364 - 365
Stephan Senfter, Gernot Koboltschnig and Marian Unterlercher Operation Checklists - pilot project to support disaster control for potential dam failures of snowmaking reservoirs in Carinthia (Austria) 2016 EA
366 - 367
Sabina Steiner and Philipp Angehrn Further development of the JOINT INFORMATION PLATFORM FOR NATURAL HAZARDS IN SWITZERLAND 2016 EA
368 - 369
Arnold Studeregger, Arnulf Wurzer, Lisa Jöbstl, Hannes Riede, Gernot Zenkl, Michael Krüger, Martin Bichler and Gerhard Lieb New avalanche warning system of the Lower Austria Verkehrsorganisationsgesellschaft m.b.H in Austria 2016 EA
370 - 371
Daniel Tobler, Isabelle Kull, Lorenz Meier, Damian Stoffel and Jakob Trachsel Plaine Morte Glacier Lakes - Hazard Assessment, Hazard Potential and Prediction 2016 EA
372 - 373
Max Wyss and Bob Bishop Estimating earthquake losses rapidly to help the injured 2016 EA
374 - 375
Elisabeth Maidl, Matthias Buchecker and Benjamin Wiederkehr Is the Swiss population prepared to cope with natural hazards? Findings from a comprehensive survey of the Swiss population. 2016 EA
38 - 39

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