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Avalanche dynamics by Newton. Reply to comments on avalanche flow models based on the concept of random kinetic energy
Bartelt, P., & Buser, O. (2018). Avalanche dynamics by Newton. Reply to comments on avalanche flow models based on the concept of random kinetic energy. Journal of Glaciology, 64(243), 165-170. https://doi.org/10.1017/jog.2018.1
Dynamic magnification factors for tree blow-down by powder snow avalanche air blasts
Bartelt, P., Bebi, P., Feistl, T., Buser, O., & Caviezel, A. (2018). Dynamic magnification factors for tree blow-down by powder snow avalanche air blasts. Natural Hazards and Earth System Science, 18(3), 759-764. https://doi.org/10.5194/nhess-18-759-2018
Snow entrainment: avalanche interaction with an erodible substrate
Bartelt, P., Christen, M., Bühler, Y., Caviezel, A., & Buser, O. (2018). Snow entrainment: avalanche interaction with an erodible substrate. In International snow science workshop proceedings 2018 (pp. 716-720). Retrieved from http://arc.lib.montana.edu/snow-science/item/2633
Thermomechanical modelling of rock avalanches with debris, ice and snow entrainment
Bartelt, P., Christen, M., Bühler, Y., & Buser, O. (2018). Thermomechanical modelling of rock avalanches with debris, ice and snow entrainment. In A. S. Cardoso, J. L. Borges, P. A. Costa, A. T. Gomes, J. C. Marques, & C. S. Vieira (Eds.), Numerical methods in geotechnical engineering IX (pp. 1047-1054). London: Taylor & Francis.
Distributed modelling of snow cover instability at regional scale
Bellaire, S., van Herwijnen, A., Bavay, M., & Schweizer, J. (2018). Distributed modelling of snow cover instability at regional scale. In International snow science workshop proceedings 2018 (pp. 871-875). Retrieved from http://arc.lib.montana.edu/snow-science/item/2667
Dynamic crack propagation in weak snowpack layers: insights from high-resolution, high-speed photography
Bergfeld, B., van Herwijnen, A., Dual, J., & Schweizer, J. (2018). Dynamic crack propagation in weak snowpack layers: insights from high-resolution, high-speed photography. In International snow science workshop proceedings 2018 (pp. 935-939). Retrieved from http://arc.lib.montana.edu/snow-science/item/2681
Snow stabilization following storms: field experiments and modelling of temporal changes in snow mechanical properties following loading
Birkeland, K. W., van Herwijnen, A., Reuter, B., & Bergfeld, B. (2018). Snow stabilization following storms: field experiments and modelling of temporal changes in snow mechanical properties following loading. In International snow science workshop proceedings 2018 (pp. 861-865). Retrieved from http://arc.lib.montana.edu/snow-science/item/2665
Modeling the propagation saw test with discrete elements
Bobillier, G., Gaume, J., van Herwijnen, A., Dual, J., & Schweizer, J. (2018). Modeling the propagation saw test with discrete elements. In International snow science workshop proceedings 2018 (pp. 976-980). Retrieved from http://arc.lib.montana.edu/snow-science/item/2690
Risk-oriented vs hazard-oriented decision-making for opening and closing of traffic routes
Bründl, M., Stoffel, L., & Steinkogler, W. (2018). Risk-oriented vs hazard-oriented decision-making for opening and closing of traffic routes. In International snow science workshop proceedings 2018 (pp. 223-226). Retrieved from http://arc.lib.montana.edu/snow-science/item/2522
Automated snow avalanche release area delineation – validation of existing algorithms and proposition of a new object-based approach for large-scale hazard indication mapping
Bühler, Y., von Rickenbach, D., Stoffel, A., Margreth, S., Stoffel, L., & Christen, M. (2018). Automated snow avalanche release area delineation – validation of existing algorithms and proposition of a new object-based approach for large-scale hazard indication mapping. Natural Hazards and Earth System Science, 18(12), 3235-3251. https://doi.org/10.5194/nhess-18-3235-2018
Drohneneinsatz für die Kartierung der Schneehöhenverteilung
Bühler, Y., Stoffel, A., Eberhard, L., Feuerstein, G. C., Lurati, D., Guler, A., & Margreth, S. (2018). Drohneneinsatz für die Kartierung der Schneehöhenverteilung. Bündnerwald, 71(8), 20-24.
Linking modelled potential release areas with avalanche dynamic simulations: an automated approach for efficient avalanche hazard indication mapping
Bühler, Y., von Rickenbach, D., Christen, M., Margreth, S., Stoffel, L., Stoffel, A., & Kühne, R. (2018). Linking modelled potential release areas with avalanche dynamic simulations: an automated approach for efficient avalanche hazard indication mapping. In International snow science workshop proceedings 2018. Retrieved from http://arc.lib.montana.edu/snow-science/item.php?id=2653
Acoustic emission signatures prior to snow failure
Capelli, A., Reiweger, I., & Schweizer, J. (2018). Acoustic emission signatures prior to snow failure. Journal of Glaciology, 64(246), 543-554. https://doi.org/10.1017/jog.2018.43
Fiber-bundle model with time-dependent healing mechanisms to simulate progressive failure of snow
Capelli, A., Reiweger, I., Lehmann, P., & Schweizer, J. (2018). Fiber-bundle model with time-dependent healing mechanisms to simulate progressive failure of snow. Physical Review E, 98(2), 023002 (11 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevE.98.023002
Prediction of snow failure: mission impossible?
Capelli, A., Reiweger, I., & Schweizer, J. (2018). Prediction of snow failure: mission impossible? In International snow science workshop proceedings 2018 (pp. 930-934). Retrieved from http://arc.lib.montana.edu/snow-science/item/2680
Brief communication: measuring rock decelerations and rotation changes during short-duration ground impacts
Caviezel, A., & Gerber, W. (2018). Brief communication: measuring rock decelerations and rotation changes during short-duration ground impacts. Natural Hazards and Earth System Science, 18(11), 3145-3151. https://doi.org/10.5194/nhess-18-3145-2018
Design and evaluation of a low-power sensor device for induced rockfall experiments
Caviezel, A., Schaffner, M., Cavigelli, L., Niklaus, P., Bühler, Y., Bartelt, P., … Benini, L. (2018). Design and evaluation of a low-power sensor device for induced rockfall experiments. IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement, 67(4), 767-779. https://doi.org/10.1109/TIM.2017.2770799
Experimental validation of numerical rockfall trajectory models
Caviezel, A., Bühler, Y., Lu, G., Christen, M., & Bartelt, P. (2018). Experimental validation of numerical rockfall trajectory models. In A. S. Cardoso, J. L. Borges, P. A. Costa, A. T. Gomes, J. C. Marques, & C. S. Vieira (Eds.), Numerical methods in geotechnical engineering IX (pp. 875-883). London: Taylor & Francis.
Photogrammetric snow depth mapping: evaluation of different platforms and sensors
Eberhard, L., Marty, M., Stoffel, A., Kenner, R., & Bühler, Y. (2018). Photogrammetric snow depth mapping: evaluation of different platforms and sensors. In International snow science workshop proceedings 2018 (pp. 403-407). Retrieved from http://arc.lib.montana.edu/snow-science/item/2562
SFM-based 3D point clouds in determination of snow depth from high-resolution UAS data as alternative methods: is it possible to use?
Eker, R., Aydin, A., Bühler, Y., & Stoffel, A. (2018). SFM-based 3D point clouds in determination of snow depth from high-resolution UAS data as alternative methods: is it possible to use? In International snow science workshop proceedings 2018 (pp. 398-402). Retrieved from http://arc.lib.montana.edu/snow-science/item/2561
 

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