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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
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
Werner Gerber, Christoph Wartmann and James Glover Measuring of rotation and acceleration during rockfall 2016 EA
94 - 95
Werner Gerber and Brian McArdell Decelerations during rockfall-impact 2016 EA
92 - 93
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
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
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
Peter Dressel and Andreas Rimböck Assessing torrential endangered areas - handling of check dams in hydraulic modeling 2016 EA
84 - 85
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
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 Massimiliano Schwarz Quantifying the stabilizing effect of forests on shallow landslide-prone slopes using SlideforNET 2016 EA
78 - 79
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
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
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
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
Stefan Braito, Franz-Klemens Holle and Andreas Rimböck Klausbach torrent - hydrological modelling of complex catchment features by simple engineering practice 2016 EA
68 - 69
Jan Baumgartner and Margreth Keiler Improving debris yield estimation with neural network approach 2016 EA
66 - 67
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
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
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
Thomas Thaler Developing partnership approaches for flood risk management: implementation of inter-local co-operations in Austria 2016 EA
56 - 57
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
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
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
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
Klaus Pukall The Role of Disasters for Policy Change in the Alpine Hazard Management 2016 EA
46 - 47
Dietmar Pichler and Norbert Knopf Mobile flood protection for the Danube in Lower Austria - a danger or a blessing? 2016 EA
44 - 45
Dietmar Pichler and Norbert Knopf Flood protection for the Danube in Lower Austria - development and outlook 2016 EA
42 - 43
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
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
Max Wyss and Bob Bishop Estimating earthquake losses rapidly to help the injured 2016 EA
374 - 375
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
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
Sabina Steiner and Philipp Angehrn Further development of the JOINT INFORMATION PLATFORM FOR NATURAL HAZARDS IN SWITZERLAND 2016 EA
368 - 369
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
Martina Sättele, Michael Bründl and Daniel Straub Evaluation of early warning systems for natural hazards: a generic framework 2016 EA
364 - 365
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
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
Thomas Lampalzer Actor-networks in flood control 2016 EA
36 - 37
Magnus Rageth and Christian Wilhelm The extraordinary handling of the Val Parghera debris flow 2016 EA
358 - 359
Hiroshi Omura and Su-Chin Chen Indicator analysis of rescue-death toll curves in natural disasters 2016 EA
356 - 357
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
Richard Koschuch, Michael Brauner, Philipp Jocham and Johannes Hübl Multifunctional RADAR-system in alpine mass movement monitoring 2016 EA
352 - 353
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
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
Andreas Inderwildi, Gian Reto Bezzola and Wolfgang Ruf Flood management and lake control 2016 EA
346 - 347
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
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
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
Rainer Höhne and Andreas Rimböck Self-monitoring of torrent control protection structures in Bavaria 2016 EA
34 - 35

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