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Paul Geisenhofer Audit "Flood – how prepared are we" – a method for local authorities to improve local risk management 2016 1
52 - 60
Nicole Oggier, Christoph Graf, Reynald Delaloye and André Burkard Integral protection concept "Bielzug" 2016 1
525 - 534
Benjamin Hohermuth, Christoph Graf and Jörn Heilig Integrated natural hazards protection concept Vitznau LU – Case study Plattenbach 2016 1
535 - 543
Sébastien Guillet, Markus Stoffel and Christophe Corona Unveiling the avalanche activity in the Upper Goms Valley (Switzerland) over the past 400 years using tree-ring records 2016 1
544 - 552
Nils Hählen, Oliver Hitz and Damian Stoffel Management of glacier floods in the Bernese Oberland 2016 1
553 - 560
Lukas Hunzinger, Annette Bachmann, Ralph Brändle, Paul Dändliker, David Jud and Mario Koksch New recommendations for the assessment of river bank erosion hazards 2016 1
561 - 570
Margreth Keiler and Benjamin Fischer Human induced risk dynamics - a quantitative analysis of debris flow risks in Sörenberg, Switzerland (1950 to 2014) 2016 1
571 - 579
Martin Mergili, Andreas Tader, Thomas Glade, Stefan Jäger, Clemens Neuhold and Heinz Stiefelmeyer Maps of pluvial floods and their consequences: a case study 2016 1
580 - 591
Herwig Proske and Christian Bauer Rockfall Susceptibility Maps in Styria considering the protective effect of forest 2016 1
592 - 600
Dieter Rickenmann, Markus Gerber and Martin Böckli Sediment input from debris flows into mountain rivers: an event-based perspective 2016 1
601 - 609
Rene Graf Risk-Dialogue – a challenge 2016 1
61 - 69
Virginia Ruiz-Villanueva, Bartlomiej Wyzga, Pawel Mikus, Maciej Hajdukiewiczd and Markus Stoffel Potential large wood-related hazards at bridges: the D?ugopole bridge in the Czarny Dunajec River, Polish Carpathians 2016 1
610 - 618
Arthur Sandri, Benjamin Lange, Stéphane Losey and Bernhard Perren ProtectBio - Evaluation of the effects of protection forests on natural hazards due to gravity 2016 1
619 - 627
Isabella Schalko, Dieter Brändli, Lukas Schmocker, Volker Weitbrecht and Robert Michael Boes Backwater rise due to driftwood accumulation 2016 1
628 - 637
Esther Schönthal and Margreth Keiler Natural hazard induced risk: a dynamic individualised approach for calculating hit probability on networks 2016 1
638 - 646
Christian Schuler, Thomas Egli, Mirco Heidemann and Manuela Häni Flood Risk Map for the Canton of Zurich 2016 1
647 - 656
Silvia Simoni, Gianluca Vignoli, Bruno Mazzorana, Claudio Volcan and Francesco Maria Cesari A probabilistic approach to flood hazard assessment and risk management in floodplains considering levee failures 2016 1
657 - 669
Gherardo Sonzio, Fulvio Bassetti, Ezio Facchin, Ettore Salgemma and Lucia Simeoni Landslide, flood and snow avalanche risk assessment for the safety management system of the railway Trento - Malè - Marilleva 2016 1
670 - 677
Heidi Hefre, Kjetil Sverdrup-Thygeson, Unni Eidsvig and Øyvind Armand Høydal Efficient risk assessment of Norwegian railways combining GIS and field studies 2016 1
678 - 687
Daniel Tobler, Peter Mani, Rachel Riner, Serena Liener, Nils Hählen and Ricarda Bender-Gàl Periglazial Hazard Indication Map: A Basic Instrument in Prospective Hazard Management 2016 1
688 - 697
Ching-Fang Lee, Ting-Chi Tsao, Lun-Wei Wie and Wei-Kai Huang The case study of Badouzih rockfall in northern Taiwan: mechanism, numerical simulation and hazard assessment 2016 1
698 - 705
Rudolf Hornich and Tanja Schriebl Examples of urban Flood Risk Management in Styria 2016 1
70 - 78
Warin Bertschi, Guido Lauber, Jürg Speerli and Armin Hemmi Integrated bed-load and driftwood retention in Kien - Findings from model-based testing and the 2011 flood 2016 1
708 - 717
Niki Antonina Beyer Portner, Patrick Fellay, Karim Laribi and Jean-Louis Boillat Freeboard computation of near critical flows 2016 1
718 - 725
Thomas Bickel and Markus Hodel Planning of risk-based rockfall mitigation measures using 3D rockfall simulations 2016 1
726 - 734
Simon Carladous, Jean-Marc Tacnet and Mireille Batton-Hubert Protection structures against natural hazards: from failure analysis to effectiveness assessment 2016 1
735 - 743
Francesca Ceccato and Paolo Simonini Study of landslide run-out and impact on protection structures with the Material Point Method 2016 1
744 - 752
Thomas Egli, Daniel Sturzenegger and Pierre Vanomsen Property protection against flooding shown on a complex practical example 2016 1
753 - 762
Markus W. Klauser, Christian Willi, Werner Fessler and Josef L.A. Eberli Flood corridors to handle residual risk 2016 1
763 - 770
Rolf Künzi, Martin Amacher, Oliver Markus Hitz, Serena Liener, Christian Tognacca and Markus Zimmermann Flood protection concept against enourmous debris flow scenarios 2016 1
771 - 781
Dominique Laigle and Mathieu Labbé The impact of debris flows on structures: practice revisited in light of new scientific results 2016 1
782 - 790
Luca Milanesi, Marco Pilotti and Roberto Ranzi People and buildings vulnerability to floods in mountain areas 2016 1
791 - 798
Michael Mueller, Peter Billeter, Matthias Mende, Manuel Zahno and Adrian Fahrni Modern flood protection and rehabilitation concepts at pre-alpine alluvial rivers 2016 1
799 - 808
Guillaume Piton, Ségolène Mejean, Costanza Carbonari, Jules Le Guern, Hervé Bellot and Alain Recking Bedload trapping in open check dam basins - measurements of flow velocities and depositions patterns 2016 1
809 - 817
Florian Rudolf-Miklau and Susanne Mehlhorn Sediment Management in Alpine Catchments: Area of conflicts between protection needs, complexity of waste law and quality goals for water bodies 2016 1
818 - 827
Sebastian Schwindt, Giovanni De Cesare, Jean-Louis Boillat, Philippe Bianco and Anton J. Schleiss Physical modelling optimization of a filter check dam in Switzerland 2016 1
828 - 836
Walter Seher and Lukas Löschner Settlement dynamics in floodplains: from assessing future flood hazard exposure to developing spatial adaptation measures 2016 1
837 - 844
Luzius Thomi, Matthias Künzler and Raoul Kern Flood losses in Switzerland compared with hazard maps 2016 1
845 - 852
Arthur Vogl, Mathias H. Luxner and Hubert Agerer Controlled and efficient bed load management by means of variable drain locks embedded in a crownclosed large drain sediment control dam 2016 1
853 - 861
Hisashi Watanabe and Toshio Mori Actions for the Maintenance and Lifespan prolongation of SABO Facilities 2016 1
862 - 870
Roberto Loat, Reto Camenzind, Esther Casanova and Eva Frick Risk-based spatial planning - findings from two case studies 2016 1
87 - 95
Werner Fessler, Markus Klauser, Peter Seitz and Josef Eberli Outflow forecast on a mountain river! (Emergency Management in the Canton of Nidwalden) 2016 1
872 - 881
Willigis Gallmetzer, Martin Eschgfäller, Roland Fasolo and Peter Egger Intervention planning as a preventive tool for integral natural hazard management in South Tyrol/Italy 2016 1
882 - 890
Ueli Gruner and Hans-Heini Utelli Multiple early warning system on rock walls above a railway line in the Bernese Oberland (Switzerland) 2016 1
891 - 899
Raimund Heidrich Applied flood-risk-management in the Machland-Nord, Upper Austria 2016 1
900 - 908
Matthias Huttenlau, Johannes Bellinger, Paul Schattan, Kristian Förster, Felix Oesterle, Katrin Schneider, Stefan Achleitner, Johannes Schöber, Georg Raffeiner and Robert Kirnbauer Flood forecasting system for the Tyrolean Inn River (Austria): current state and furtherenhancements of a modular forecasting system for alpine catchments 2016 1
909 - 916
Karsten Jasper and Martin Ebel Advanced Flood Forecasting for Switzerland 2016 1
917 - 926
Masaru Kunitomo, Joko Kamiyama, Kazuki Matsushita, Yuzuru Yamakage, Kunihiro Takeda, Cheng Qiu, Akiko Ito and Takeru Araki Can Twitter catch precursory phenomena before sediment disasters? 2016 1
927 - 934
Günther Kundela, Ines Fordinal, Florian Mühlböck and Christian Rachoy The flood warning service of the Austrian Federal Railways 2016 1
935 - 943
Katharina Liechti, Matthias Oplatka, Natascha Eisenhut and Massimiliano Zappa Early Flood Warning for the City of Zurich: Evaluation of real-time Operations since 2010 2016 1
944 - 951

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