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Reinhard Mechler, Piotr Magnuszewski, Colin McQuistan, Adriana Keating, Wei Liu, Stefan Hochrainer-Stigler and Michael Szoenyi FLORES. A system‘s approach for assessing and bolstering disaster resilience 2016 EA
40 - 41
Dietmar Pichler and Norbert Knopf Flood protection for the Danube in Lower Austria - development and outlook 2016 EA
42 - 43
Dietmar Pichler and Norbert Knopf Mobile flood protection for the Danube in Lower Austria - a danger or a blessing? 2016 EA
44 - 45
Klaus Pukall The Role of Disasters for Policy Change in the Alpine Hazard Management 2016 EA
46 - 47
Markus Stoffel, Nadine Salzmann, Simon Allen, Kirtiman Awasthi, Juan Antonio Ballesteros Canovas, Akilesh Gupta, Christian Huggel, Mustafa Ali Khan, Janine Kuriger, Andreas Linsbauer, Nisha Mendiratta, Mario Rohrer and Virginia Ruiz Villanueva An integrated framework for climate vulnerability, natural hazards & risks assessment at the local scale - and its potential for regional upscaling 2016 EA
48 - 49
Fiore Suter, Gabriela Werren, Marie-Joelle Kodjovi, Florent Joerin, David Consuegra, Marco Schwab, Christophe Joerin and Pascale Bongard-Ribordy A risk governance in response to climate change and territorial densification in the canton Fribourg, Switzerland 2016 EA
50 - 51
Michael Szoenyi, Reinhard Mechler and Ian McCallum After the flood is before the next flood - the post event review capability of the Zurich flood resilience alliance. Insights, recommendations and next steps for future flood prevention 2016 EA
52 - 53
Thomas Thaler and Sven Fuchs Regional governance in flood risk management: examples of inter-local flood risk management approaches in Austria 2016 EA
54 - 55
Thomas Thaler Developing partnership approaches for flood risk management: implementation of inter-local co-operations in Austria 2016 EA
56 - 57
Céline Thévenaz, Isabelle Montani and Beatrice Schiffer Risk governance and policies: the Swiss example of the canton of Vaud. Assessments, lessons earned and perspectives after a 10-year period. 2016 EA
58 - 59
Susanna Tscharner, Thomas Thaler, Florian Rudolf-Miklau and Johannes Hübl Fostering self-responsibility in natural hazard management: encouraging local stakeholders to use adapted building designs 2016 EA
60 - 61
Juan Antonio Ballesteros Canovas, Daniel Trappmann, Markus Stoffel, Mayank Shekhar and Amalava Bhattacharyya Reconstructing extreme monsoon floods in Indian Himalayan headwater streams (Kullu district, Himachal Pradesh) 2016 EA
64 - 65
Jan Baumgartner and Margreth Keiler Improving debris yield estimation with neural network approach 2016 EA
66 - 67
Stefan Braito, Franz-Klemens Holle and Andreas Rimböck Klausbach torrent - hydrological modelling of complex catchment features by simple engineering practice 2016 EA
68 - 69
Lorenzo Brezzi, Roland Kaitna, Fabio Gabrieli, Margherita Zulpo and Simonetta Cola Data assimilation for the calibration of flume tests with different granular mixtures 2016 EA
70 - 71
Ekrem Canli, Alexander Engels, Thomas Glade, Joachim Schweigl and Michael Bertagnoli Surface and subsurface monitoring of an active landslide in Gresten (Austria) 2016 EA
72 - 73
Sheng-Chuan Chen, I-Feng Chiu, Chao-Wei Chen, Chao-Chin Pai and Kai-Chun Yang Investigation on disaster scale and mechanism of a deep-seated landslide – Mei-Hua area in Taiwan as an example 2016 EA
74 - 75
Rou-Fei Chen, Shou-Heng Liu, Lei Zhang and Ching-Weei Lin Investigation of deep-seated slope gravitational deformation from TCP-InSAR techniques with ALOS/ PALSAR images in the Lushan area, Taiwan 2016 EA
76 - 77
Luuk Dorren and Massimiliano Schwarz Quantifying the stabilizing effect of forests on shallow landslide-prone slopes using SlideforNET 2016 EA
78 - 79
Luuk Dorren, Frédéric Berger, Franck Bourrier, Marco Conedera, Björn Reineking, Markus Stoffel and Jan Wunder Long terms effects of invasive tree species on the protective function of forests against rockfall 2016 EA
80 - 81
Luuk Dorren and Roderick Kühne Comparing the 3D rockfall simulation models Rockyfor3D and RAMMS::ROCKFALL at a case study site in Switzerland 2016 EA
82 - 83
Peter Dressel and Andreas Rimböck Assessing torrential endangered areas - handling of check dams in hydraulic modeling 2016 EA
84 - 85
Regula Frauenfelder, Malte Vöge, Kristine H.H. Ekseth, Galina Ragulina and Matthew J. Lato, Marek Biskupi Remote sensing as a tool for early recognition of mountain hazards 2016 EA
86 - 87
Naoki Fujimura, Takeshi Shimizu, Shiki Yoshinaga, Tadanori Ishizuka, Satoshi Tagata, Hitoshi Katoh and Takahisa Mizuyama Field measurement of debris flow using the force plate and a laser profile scanner 2016 EA
88 - 89
Bernhard Gems, Bruno Mazzorana, Thomas Hofer, Sven Fuchs, Michael Sturm and Markus Aufleger Mutual influences of flood hazard processes and buildings – basic research issues within numerical and experimental modelling 2016 EA
90 - 91
Werner Gerber and Brian McArdell Decelerations during rockfall-impact 2016 EA
92 - 93
Werner Gerber, Christoph Wartmann and James Glover Measuring of rotation and acceleration during rockfall 2016 EA
94 - 95
Yuji Hasegawa, Kana Nakatani, Tateo Mitsunaga and Takahisa Mizuyama Experimental study on debris flow deposit dam formation and overflow process on large scale physical model 2016 EA
96 - 97
Michael Hilbe, Michael Strupler, Christoph Baumgartner, Markus Bolz, Urs Braschler, Josef Eberli, Markus Liniger, Peter Scheiwiller, Michael Strasser and Flavio Anselmetti Tsunami-hazard assessment for a perialpine lake: subaquatic morphological mapping, slope-stability analysis and inundation modeling 2016 EA
98 - 99
Atsuko NONOMURA, Shuichi HASEGAWA An Algorithm for Mapping Precursory Topographic Features of Deep-seated Landslide - A Case Study in Damaged Area in Typhoon Talas 2014 1
1 - 7
Shin’ya KATSURA, Takashi KIMURA, Kazuhiro HATADA, Kiyoteru MARUYAMA, Kazuya AKIYAMA Topographic features of snowmelt-induced landslide locations with long travel distances in Japan 2014 1
101 - 106
Takeshi OSAKA, Rei UTSUNOMIYA, Satoshi TAGATA, Takahiro ITOH, Takahisa MIZUYAMA Debris Flow Monitoring using Load Cells in Sakurajima Island 2014 1
107 - 116
Ming-Chang TSAI, Yi-Min HUANG, Yao-Min FANG, Bing-Jean LEE, Tien-Yin CHOU, Hsiao-Yuan YIN Characteristics of Debris Flow in Taiwan - A Case Study in Shenmu Area 2014 1
117 - 125
Chi-Yao HUNG, Hervé CAPART , Colin P. STARK, Liming LI Boundary Erosion by Granular Flows in Centrifuge Experiments: Preliminary Results 2014 1
126 - 135
Takahiro ITOH, Ken GOTOH, Rei UTSUNOMIYA, Michinobu NONAKA, Takahiko NAGAYAMA, Daizo TSUTSUMI, Masaharu FUJITA, Shusuke MIYATA, Takahisa MIZUYAMA Experimental Studies for Monitoring of Bedload using Various Sensors 2014 1
136 - 145
Andrea KREISLER, Markus MOSER, Michael TRITTHART, Johann AIGNER, Florian RUDOLF-MIKLAU, Helmut HABERSACK Monitoring and calculation of bedload transport at the mountain torrent Urslau 2014 1
146 - 155
Sohan GHIMIRE, Daisuke HIGAKI, Naoto KOIWA, Mio KASAI, Tara BHATTARAI, Kishor K. KARKI, Shanmukhesh AMATYA Assessment of soil erosion and flood control measures in a small Siwalik Hill catchment of Nepal Himalaya 2014 1
156 - 163
Yu-Shen HSIAO, Yun-Chen SHIENG Prediction of Variation in Reservoir Sedimentation by Gravimetry Technique 2014 1
164 - 169
Hefryan Sukma KHARISMALATRI, Hitomi KIKUCHI, Yoshiharu ISHIKAWA, Takashi GOMI, Katsushige SHIRAKI and Taeko WAKAHARA Deep-Seated Landslides and Landslide Dams Characteristics Caused by Typhoon Talas at Kii Peninsula, Japan 2014 1
17 - 23
Bernhard GEMS, Michael STURM, Arthur VOGL, Christian WEBER, Markus AUFLEGER Analysis of damage causing hazard processes on a torrent fan - scale model tests of the Schnannerbach Torrent channel and its entry to the receiving water 2014 1
170 - 178
Corinna WENDELER, Axel VOLKWEIN, Andrea ROTH, Nobuhito NISHIMURA Successful hazard prevention using flexible multi-level barriers 2014 1
179 - 184
Nobutaka ISHIKAWA, Joji SHIMA, Tomoo MATSUBARA, Hiroshi TATESAWA, Toshiyuki HORIGUCHI, Takahisa MIZUYAMA TRAPPING MECHANISM OF DEBRIS FLOW BY STEEL OPEN DAMS 2014 1
185 - 190
Florian RUDOLF-MIKLAU, Johannes HÜBL, Jürgen SUDA Standardized stress model for design of torrential barriers under impact by debris flow (according to Austrian Standard Regulation 24801) 2014 1
191 - 197
Bimala Devi DEVKOTA, Prem PAUDEL, Tetsuya KUBOTA, Deepak K.C Landslide and flood hazards consequences and community based management initiatives in Nepal Himalaya 2014 1
198 - 204
HASNAWIR, Tetsuya KUBOTA, Laura SANCHEZ-CASTILLO Rainfall Thresholds for Sediment Related Disasters in Ambon City, Indonesia 2014 1
205 - 210
Chunxiang WANG, Hideaki MARUI, Naoki WATANABE, Snježana Mihali? ARBANAS Use of a GIS-based 3D Deterministic Slope Stability Predicting Tool for Landslide Hazard Assessment in Zagreb Hilly Area, Croatia 2014 1
211 - 216
Tingyeh WU, Che-Hsin LIU, Yu-Ting WANG, Yu-Ching LIN, Chih-Hsin CHANG The Comprehensive Slope-land Disaster Magnitude Assessment for Landslide and Debris Flow 2014 1
217 - 225
Kana NAKATANI, Eiji IWANAMI, Shigeo HORIUCHI, Yoshifumi SATOFUKA, Takahisa MIZUYAMA Application of “Hyper KANAKO,” a Debris Flow Simulation System Using Laser Profiler Data 2014 1
226 - 234
Martina SÄTTELE, Michael BRÜNDL, Daniel STRAUB Early Warning Systems for Natural Hazards: Reliability Analyses and Guidance for Decision Makers 2014 1
235 - 240
Yuki MATSUSHI, Masahiro CHIGIRA, Ken’ichirou KOSUGI Orographic Rainfall, Deep-seated Catastrophic Landslides, and Landscape Evolution: Geomorphic Hazard Assessment in Active Orogens 2014 1
24 - 32

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