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An information system on natural hazards, based on risk analysis
Fuchs, S., Keiler, M., & Zischg, A. (2002). An information system on natural hazards, based on risk analysis. In R. Bottarin & U. Tappeiner (Eds.), Interdisciplinary Mountain Research (pp. 82-90). Blackwell.
Molecular markers help to reveal post-glacial re-colonisation routes of forest tree species in the alpine region
Gugerli, F., Sperisen, C., Mátyás, G., Senn, J., Anzidei, M., & Vendramin, G. G. (2002). Molecular markers help to reveal post-glacial re-colonisation routes of forest tree species in the alpine region. In R. Bottarin & U. Tappeiner (Eds.), Interdisciplinary Mountain Research (pp. 156-161). Blackwell.
Bark influence on vegetation development in a dead Picea abies mountain forest
Kupferschmid, A. D. (2002). Bark influence on vegetation development in a dead Picea abies mountain forest. In R. Bottarin & U. Tappeiner (Eds.), Interdisciplinary Mountain Research (pp. 242-247). Blackwell.
Effects of grazing cattle on subalpine forests
Mayer, A. C., Stöckli, V., Konold, W., Estermann, B. L., & Kreuzer, M. (2002). Effects of grazing cattle on subalpine forests. In R. Bottarin & U. Tappeiner (Eds.), Interdisciplinary Mountain Research (pp. 208-218). Blackwell.
Stability of an artificially modified scree slope in alpine permafrost
Phillips, M., Broccard, A., Margreth, S., & Thalparpan, P. (2002). Stability of an artificially modified scree slope in alpine permafrost. In R. Bottarin & U. Tappeiner (Eds.), Interdisciplinary Mountain Research (pp. 120-128). Blackwell.
Ski piste vegetation under artificial and natural snow: patterns in multivariate analysis
Wipf, S., Rixen, C., Freppaz, M., & Stoeckli, V. (2002). Ski piste vegetation under artificial and natural snow: patterns in multivariate analysis. In R. Bottarin & U. Tappeiner (Eds.), Interdisciplinary Mountain Research (pp. 170-179). Blackwell.