Active Filters

  • (-) Keywords = avalanche forecasting
Search Results 1 - 20 of 80

Pages

  • RSS Feed
Select Page
Refined dry-snow avalanche danger ratings in regional avalanche forecasts: consistent? and better than random?
Techel, F., Pielmeier, C., & Winkler, K. (2020). Refined dry-snow avalanche danger ratings in regional avalanche forecasts: consistent? and better than random? Cold Regions Science and Technology, 180, 103162 (9 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.coldregions.2020.103162
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).
Automatic classification of continuous seismic data for avalanche monitoring purposes
Heck, M., Hammer, C., Hobiger, M., van Herwijnen, A., Schweizer, J., & Fäh, D. (2018). Automatic classification of continuous seismic data for avalanche monitoring purposes. In International snow science workshop proceedings 2018 (pp. 631-635).
Where is the snow: validating a fractional-snow covered area parameterization for snow melt forecasting with satellite measurements
Helbig, N., Ehrler, M., Schirmer, M., & Jonas, T. (2018). Where is the snow: validating a fractional-snow covered area parameterization for snow melt forecasting with satellite measurements. In International snow science workshop proceedings 2018 (pp. 357-360).
On combining snow cover and snow instability modelling
Reuter, B., & Bellaire, S. (2018). On combining snow cover and snow instability modelling. In International snow science workshop proceedings 2018 (pp. 949-953).
Sensitivity of modeled snow instability to meteorological input uncertainty
Richter, B., van Herwijnen, A., Rotach, M. W., & Schweizer, J. (2018). Sensitivity of modeled snow instability to meteorological input uncertainty. In International snow science workshop proceedings 2018 (pp. 1186-1190).
Quantifying the obvious: the avalanche danger level
Schweizer, J., Mitterer, C., Techel, F., Stoffel, A., & Reuter, B. (2018). Quantifying the obvious: the avalanche danger level. In International snow science workshop proceedings 2018 (pp. 1052-1058).
Consistency in regional avalanche forecasts: a look across borders
Techel, F., Ceaglio, E., Coléou, C., Mitterer, C., Morin, S., Purves, R. S., & Rastelli, F. (2018). Consistency in regional avalanche forecasts: a look across borders. In International snow science workshop proceedings 2018 (pp. 1496-1500).
When do avalanches release: investigating time scales in avalanche formation
van Herwijnen, A., Heck, M., Richter, B., Sovilla, B., & Techel, F. (2018). When do avalanches release: investigating time scales in avalanche formation. In International snow science workshop proceedings 2018 (pp. 1030-1034).
On forecasting wet-snow avalanche activity using simulated snow cover data
Bellaire, S., van Herwijnen, A., Mitterer, C., & Schweizer, J. (2017). On forecasting wet-snow avalanche activity using simulated snow cover data. Cold Regions Science and Technology, 144, 28-38. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.coldregions.2017.09.013
Regional forecasting of wet snow avalanche cycles: an essential tool for avalanche warning services?
Bellaire, S., Van Herwijnen, A., Mitterer, C., Helbig, N., Jonas, T., & Schweizer, J. (2016). Regional forecasting of wet snow avalanche cycles: an essential tool for avalanche warning services? In ISSW proceedings. International snow science workshop proceedings 2016 (pp. 140-147).
Relating meteorological parameters to glide-snow avalanche activity
Dreier, L., Harvey, S., van Herwijnen, A., & Mitterer, C. (2016). Relating meteorological parameters to glide-snow avalanche activity. Cold Regions Science and Technology, 128, 57-68. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.coldregions.2016.05.003
Statistical nowcast of avalanche activity at the regional scale
Harvey, S., Van Herwijnen, A., & Richter, B. (2016). Statistical nowcast of avalanche activity at the regional scale. In ISSW proceedings. International snow science workshop proceedings 2016 (pp. 1173-1179).
Deriving mean snow depth in complex terrain from flat field measurements
Helbig, N., Van Herwijnen, A., & Jonas, T. (2016). Deriving mean snow depth in complex terrain from flat field measurements. In ISSW proceedings. International snow science workshop proceedings 2016 (pp. 707-712).
Comparison of measured and modeled snow cover liquid water content to improve local wet-snow avalanche predicion
Mitterer, C., Heilig, A., Schmid, L., Van Herwijnen, A., Eisen, O., & Schweizer, J. (2016). Comparison of measured and modeled snow cover liquid water content to improve local wet-snow avalanche predicion. In ISSW proceedings. International snow science workshop proceedings 2016 (pp. 125-131).
Combining snowpack models and observations for better avalanche danger assessments
Monti, F., Mitterer, C., Steinkogler, W., Bavay, M., & Pozzi, A. (2016). Combining snowpack models and observations for better avalanche danger assessments. In ISSW proceedings. International snow science workshop proceedings 2016 (pp. 343-348).
Towards an improved European auxiliary matrix for assessing avalanche danger levels
Müller, K., Stucki, T., Mitterer, C., Nairz, P., Konetschny, H., Feistl, T., … Chiambretti, I. (2016). Towards an improved European auxiliary matrix for assessing avalanche danger levels. In ISSW proceedings. International snow science workshop proceedings 2016 (pp. 1229-1231).
Observer independent measures of snow instability
Reuter, B., Van Herwijnen, A., & Schweizer, J. (2016). Observer independent measures of snow instability. In ISSW proceedings. International snow science workshop proceedings 2016 (pp. 390-396).
Variations in individual danger level estimates within the same forecast region
Techel, F., Dürr, L., & Schweizer, J. (2016). Variations in individual danger level estimates within the same forecast region. In ISSW proceedings. International snow science workshop proceedings 2016 (pp. 466-471).
Forecasting snow avalanches using avalanche activity data obtained through seismic monitoring
van Herwijnen, A., Heck, M., & Schweizer, J. (2016). Forecasting snow avalanches using avalanche activity data obtained through seismic monitoring. Cold Regions Science and Technology, 132, 68-80. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.coldregions.2016.09.014
 

Pages