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Dongyeob KIM, Changwoo LEE, Choongshik WOO, Junpyo SEO, Minjeng KANG, Kidae KIM, Man-Il KIM and Jaehyeon PARK A Pilot Construction of a Real-Time Monitoring System for Slow-Moving Landslide, Republic of Korea 2018 EA
72 - 73
Kana NAKATANI, Kazuki YAMANOI, Yuji HASEGAWA, Seiya HAYASHI, Shusuke MIYATA and Masaharu FUJITA Advanced Hazard Information and Methods for Appropriate Evacuation During Sediment Disasters 2018 EA
74 - 75
Cheng-Chien LIU, Hsiao-Yuan YIN, Wei LUO and Ke-Wei YAN Towards an Auto-nowcasting System for Landslide Hazards 2018 EA
76 - 77
Reiko MACHIDA, Miu KITAZATO, Teruaki IRIE, Junya MACHIDA and Naomasa HONDA The Mentally Considerate Approach for Educational Methods Immediately after the Sediment-related Disasters on a Basis of Local Historical Experience - The Case Study of Environmental Educational Programs in Kumamoto Earthquake 2016 - 2018 EA
78 - 79
Chen-Yang LEE Establishment of Disaster Resistant Community Against Debris Flows in Taiwan 2018 EA
8 - 9
Ting-Chi TSAO, Chuan-Yi HUANG, Jung-Hsing CHIEN, Hsiao-Yuan YIN and Chen-Yu CHEN Comparison of Debris Flow Hazard Mapping between Empirical Function and Numerical Simulation - A Case Study in Taiwan - 2018 EA
80 - 81
Hitoshi KATO, Nobuyuki NODA, Kazuhiko HASHI, Satoshi TAGATA, Takahiro ITOH and Takahisa MIZUYAMA Debris Flow Detection Using LVP Sensors in Japan 2018 EA
82 - 83
Yasuyuki HIRAKAWA, Nobuhiro USUKI, Kouji FUJITA, Toshiaki TANAKA, Masafumi KANEKO, Toshiyasu UENO, Hidenori EGUCHI and Kazuhiro SHIMOKUBO Monitoring System of a Large Rockslide in Heisei-Shinzan Lava Dome, Mt. Unzen, Japan 2018 EA
84 - 85
Thomas FRANDL and Margarete W?HRER-ALGE Subsurface Investigation and Landslide Monitoring as a Basis for Planning Protection Measures - Case Study Doren Landslide Ð 2018 EA
86 - 87
Naomasa HONDA A Study on Setting Half-Life of Effective Rainfall as a Standard of Debris Flow Occurrence by Considering Geology 2018 EA
90 - 91
Tadanori ISHIZUKA, Koji HATTORI, Masayuki KISHIMOTO, Taro UCHIDA, Yasukazu KOSUGE, Yoko NAGATA, KenÕichirou KOSUGI and Takahisa MIZUYAMA Transition of Water and Sediment Discharge from the Rokko Mountains, Japan 2018 EA
92 - 93
Nicolas STEEB, Alexandre BADOUX, Dieter RICKENMANN and Christian RICKLI Empirical Predictions of Large Wood Transport in Mountain Catchments 2018 EA
94 - 95
Kiyotaka SUZUKI, Taro UCHIDA and Wataru SAKURAI Deposition Shape of Landslide Dam 2018 EA
96 - 97
Yoshinori SHINOHARA, Haruka TSUNETAKA, Gaku KITAMOTO, Norifumi HOTTA, Hisanobu MITSUTAKE and Toshiyasu UENO Conditions for Developing Debris Flows at Mt. Unzen 2018 EA
98 - 99
Lilith Wernli-Schärer, Roland Bialek, Martin Buser, Christoph Flury, Bruno Gerber, Florian Haslinger, Christoph Hegg, Birgit Ottmer, Olivier Overney, Hans Romang, Christoph Schmutz and Jürg Schweizer Strategies for the reduction of natural hazards damages by optimized warning, alarming and intervention in Switzerland 2016 1
1005 - 1013
Catrin Promper and Maria Patek Gender mainstreaming in disaster risk reduction – a step towards the visibility of women in DRR 2016 1
104 - 111
Klaus Pukall and Sylvia Kruse The central challenge of climate change adaptation for Alpine natural hazard management: Incorporation of future change of the damage potential 2016 1
112 - 120
Renate Renner and Gerhard Lieb Local Conditions and the Quality of Expert Networks: A Case Study of Avalanche Risk Prevention Practices 2016 1
121 - 130
Florian Rudolf-Miklau, Kanonier Arthur, Thomas Glade and Stix Elisabeth Dealing with gravitational natural hazards: challenges for risk management and 2016 1
131 - 140
Florian Rudolf-Miklau, Kanonier Arthur, Thomas Glade and Stix Elisabeth Dealing with gravitational natural hazards: challenges for risk management and 2016 1
131 - 140
Jošt Sodnik, Blaž Kogovšek and Matjaž Mikoš Water management as a part of civil engineering sector in Slovenia 2016 1
141 - 149
Roland Stalder, Karl Grunder and Guido Küng Method for a risk based and transparent allocation formula of the remaining costs applied to the protection measures project "Laui Sörenberg", municipality of Flühli, Switzerland. 2016 1
150 - 158
Hannes Suter, Luzius Thomi, Raoul Kern, Matthias Künzler, Conny Gusterer, Andreas Zischg, Rolf Weingartner, Olivia Martius and Margreth Keiler What makes a successful flood control project? - An evaluation of project procedure and risk based on the perspectives of Swiss communes. 2016 1
159 - 167
Michael Szoenyi and Linda Freiner The Zurich flood resilience alliance. A new approach for partnership to effective disaster risk reduction 2016 1
168 - 175
Ronja Wolter-Krautblatter, Andreas Rimböck, Tobias Hafner, Christian Wanger and Christoph Oberacker Chances and Challenges in the Field of Residual Flood-Risk and Risk Communication: Ideas from Bavaria 2016 1
176 - 185
Gian Reto Bezzola and Roberto Loat Integrated Risk Management – Identify, Evaluate and Manage Natural Risks 2016 1
18 - 26
Hsiao-Yuan Yin, Chen-Yang Lee, Chyan-Deng Jan and Meei-Ling Lin Practical Management of Debris-flow-prone Torrents in Taiwan 2016 1
186 - 193
Juan Antonio Ballesteros Canovas, Milan Lehotsky, Karel Silhan, Sladek Jan, Anna Kidova, Radek Tichavsky, Pavel Stastny and Markus Stoffel Deciphering dynamics and magnitude of a recent debris-flow disaster in Vratna Dolina 2016 1
196 - 202
Perry Bartelt, Werner Gerber, Marc Christen and Yves Bühler Modeling rockfall trajectories with non-smooth contact/impact mechanics 2016 1
203 - 211
Catherine Berger, Marc Christen, Jürg Speerli, Guido Lauber, Melanie Ulrich and Brian W. McArdell A comparison of physical and computer-based debris flow modelling of a deflection structure at Illgraben, Switzerland 2016 1
212 - 220
Daniel Benjamin Bernet, Rolf Weingartner and Volker Prasuhn Exploiting damage claim records of public insurance companies for buildings to Increase knowledge about the occurrence of overland flow in Switzerland 2016 1
221 - 230
Michael Brauner, Arnold Kogelnig, Ulrich Koenig, Günther Neunteufel and Hanna Schilcher Distributed acoustic monitoring to secure transport infrastructure against natural hazards - requirements and new developments 2016 1
231 - 238
Rafael Caduff, Andreas Wiesmann, Yves Bühler, Claudia Bieler and Philippe Limpach Terrestrial radar interferometry for snow glide activity monitoring and its potential as precursor of wet snow avalanches. 2016 1
239 - 248
Donat Fäh, Jan Burjanek, Carlo Cauzzi, Remo Grolimund, Stefan Fritsche and Ulrike Kleinbrod Earthquake-triggered landslides in Switzerland: from historical observations to the actual hazard 2016 1
249 - 256
Florian von Fischer, Margreth Keiler and Markus Zimmermann Modelling of individual debris flows using Flow-R: A case study in four Swiss torrents 2016 1
257 - 258
Helge Fuchs and Robert M. Boes Slide-induced impulse waves in mountainous regions 2016 1
265 - 273
Michael Bründl, Reto Baumann, André Burkard, Fabian Dolf, André Gauderon, Eva Gertsch, Peter Gutwein, Bernhard Krummenacher, Bernard Loup, Adrian Schertenleib, Nicole Oggier and Linda Zaugg-Ettlin Evaluating the Effectiveness and the Efficiency of Mitigation Measures against Natural Hazards 2016 1
27 - 33
Guido Gottardi, Giuseppe Ricceri, Alberto Selleri, Paolo Simonini, Daniela Salucci and Paola Torsello Monitoring and management of a huge landslide in a built-up area induced by the excavation of deep highway tunnels 2016 1
274 - 283
Matthias Granig, Peter Sampl, Andreas Kofler, Jan-Thomas Fischer and Philipp Jörg Adaption and further development of the numerical solution in the avalanche simulation model SamosAT 2016 1
284 - 289
Issa Hasan, Thomas Hies, Ebi Jose, Rudolf Duester, Marcus Sattler and Matthias Satzger An Effective Camera Based Water level recording Technology for Flood Monitoring 2016 1
290 - 295
Florian Hinkelammert, Volker Weitbrecht and Robert M. Boes Flood protection at Zurich main station: physical model experiments 2016 1
296 - 305
Yi-Min Huang, Chung-Ray Chu, Yao-Min Fang, Ming-Chang Tsai, Bing-Jean Lee, Tien-Yin Chou, Chen-Yang Lee, Chen-Yu Chen and Hsiao-Yuan Yin Characteristics of debris flow vibration signals in Shenmu, Taiwan 2016 1
306 - 307
Johannes Kammerlander, Bernhard Gems, Michael Sturm and Markus Aufleger Analysis of flood related processes at confluences of steep tributary channels and their receiving streams – 2d numerical modelling application 2016 1
319 - 326
Andrea Kreisler, Markus Moser, Johann Aigner, Rolf Rindler, Michael Tritthart and Helmut Habersack Analysis and classification of bedload transport events with variable process characteristics 2016 1
327 - 335
Volkmar Mair, David Mosna, Robert Kenner, Giulia Chinellato, Marcia Phillips, Claudia Strada and Benni Thiebes Integration of remote and terrestrial monitoring data for analysing alpine geomorphic processes – examples from Switzerland and Italy 2016 1
336 - 344
Simon Carladous, Guillaume Piton, Jean-Marc Tacnet, Félix Philippe, Régis Nepote-Vesino, Yann Quefféléan and Olivier Marco From the restoration of French mountainous areas to their global management: historical overview of the Water and Forestry Administration actions in public forests 2016 1
34 - 42
Peter Mani and Stéphane Losey Nationwide assessment of the climate sensitivity of natural hazard processes in Switzerland A fuzzy logic approach 2016 1
345 - 355
Pauline Morel, Daniel Trappmann, Christophe Corona and Markus Stoffel Defining sample size and strategy for dendrogeomorphic rockfall reconstructions 2016 1
356 - 369
Markus Moser, Stefan Janu and Susanne Mehlhorn Critical Rainfall Conditions Triggering Shallow Landslides or Debris Flows in Torrents – Analysis of Debris Flow events 2012, 2013 and 2014 in Austria 2016 1
370 - 377
Kana Nakatani, Megumi Kosugi, Yuji Hasegawa, Yoshifumi Satofuka and Takahisa Mizuyama Experimental Study on Effect of Houses on Debris-Flow Flooding and Deposition in Debris Flow Fan Areas 2016 1
378 - 386

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