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The relevance of rock shape over mass - implications for rockfall hazard assessments
Caviezel, A., Ringenbach, A., Demmel, S. E., Dinneen, C. E., Krebs, N., Bühler, Y., … Bartelt, P. (2021). The relevance of rock shape over mass - implications for rockfall hazard assessments. Nature Communications, 12, 5546 (9 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-021-25794-y
Reconstruction of four-dimensional rockfall trajectories using remote sensing and rock-based accelerometers and gyroscopes
Caviezel, A., Demmel, S. E., Ringenbach, A., Bühler, Y., Lu, G., Christen, M., … Bartelt, P. (2019). Reconstruction of four-dimensional rockfall trajectories using remote sensing and rock-based accelerometers and gyroscopes. Earth Surface Dynamics, 7(1), 199-210. https://doi.org/10.5194/esurf-7-199-2019
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
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 (pp. 810-814).