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An overview of a decade of applied debris-flow runout modeling in Switzerland: challenges and recommendations
Graf, C., Christen, M., McArdell, B. W., & Bartelt, P. (2019). An overview of a decade of applied debris-flow runout modeling in Switzerland: challenges and recommendations. In J. W. Kean, J. A. Coe, P. M. Santi, & B. K. Guillen (Eds.), Association of environmental and engineering geologists special publication: Vol. 28. Debris-flow hazards mitigation: mechanics, monitoring, modeling, and assessment (pp. 685-692). Association of Environmental and Engineering Geologists.
Linking rainfall-induced landslides with debris flows runout patterns towards catchment scale hazard assessment
Fan, L., Lehmann, P., McArdell, B., & Or, D. (2017). Linking rainfall-induced landslides with debris flows runout patterns towards catchment scale hazard assessment. Geomorphology, 280, 1-15. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geomorph.2016.10.007
Analysis of the hazard caused by ice avalanches from the hanging glacier on the Eiger west face
Margreth, S., Funk, M., Tobler, D., Dalban, P., Meier, L., & Lauper, J. (2017). Analysis of the hazard caused by ice avalanches from the hanging glacier on the Eiger west face. Cold Regions Science and Technology, 144, 63-72. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.coldregions.2017.05.012
Modeling rockfall trajectories with non-smooth contact/impact mechanics
Bartelt, P., Gerber, W., Christen, M., & Bühler, Y. (2016). Modeling rockfall trajectories with non-smooth contact/impact mechanics. In G. Koboltschnig (Ed.), 13th congress INTERPRAEVENT 2016. 30 May to 2 June 2016. Lucerne, Switzerland. Conference proceedings "Living with natural risks" (pp. 203-211).
Analysis of the hazard caused by ice avalanches from the hanging glacier on the Eiger west face
Margreth, S., Funk, M., Tobler, D., Dalban, P., Meier, L., & Lauper, J. (2016). Analysis of the hazard caused by ice avalanches from the hanging glacier on the Eiger west face. In ISSW proceedings. International snow science workshop proceedings 2016 (pp. 173-179).
Integrales Schutzkonzept Bielzug
Oggier, N., Graf, C., Delaloye, R., & Burkard, A. (2016). Integrales Schutzkonzept Bielzug. In G. Koboltschnig (Ed.), 13th congress INTERPRAEVENT 2016. 30 May to 2 June 2016. Lucerne, Switzerland. Conference proceedings "Living with natural risks" (pp. 525-534).
Debris-flow hazard assessment and methods applied in engineering practice
Rickenmann, D. (2016). Debris-flow hazard assessment and methods applied in engineering practice. International Journal of Erosion Control Engineering, 9(3), 80-90. https://doi.org/10.13101/ijece.9.80
Powder snow avalanche engineering: new methods to calculate air-blast pressures for hazard mapping
Stoffel, L., Margreth, S., Schaer, M., Christen, M., Bühler, Y., & Bartelt, P. (2016). Powder snow avalanche engineering: new methods to calculate air-blast pressures for hazard mapping. In G. Koboltschnig (Ed.), 13th congress INTERPRAEVENT 2016. 30 May to 2 June 2016. Lucerne, Switzerland. Conference proceedings "Living with natural risks" (pp. 416-425).
Modelling small and frequent avalanches
Dreier, L., Bühler, Y., Steinkogler, W., Feistl, T., Christen, M., & Bartelt, P. (2014). Modelling small and frequent avalanches. In ISSW proceedings. International snow science workshop proceedings 2014 (pp. 649-656).
Best practice methods for shallow landslides hazard assessment - a review of the alpine region.
Schwarz, M., Mattli, J., Dorren, L., Hunziker, G., Loup, B., Hagen, K., … Vacchiano, G. (2014). Best practice methods for shallow landslides hazard assessment - a review of the alpine region. Wildbach- und Lawinenverbau, 78(174), 222-230.
Frictional behavior of granular gravel-ice mixtures in vertically rotating drum experiments and implications for rock-ice avalanches
Schneider, D., Kaitna, R., Dietrich, W. E., Hsu, L., Huggel, C., & McArdell, B. W. (2012). Frictional behavior of granular gravel-ice mixtures in vertically rotating drum experiments and implications for rock-ice avalanches. Cold Regions Science and Technology, 69(1), 70-90. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.coldregions.2011.07.001
Evaluation of approaches to calculate debris-flow parameters for hazard assessment
Hürlimann, M., Rickenmann, D., Medina, V., & Bateman, A. (2008). Evaluation of approaches to calculate debris-flow parameters for hazard assessment. Engineering Geology, 102(3-4), 152-163. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.enggeo.2008.03.012
Classification of debris-flow deposits for hazard assessment in alpine areas
Bardou, E., Ancey, C., Bonnard, C., & Vulliet, L. (2003). Classification of debris-flow deposits for hazard assessment in alpine areas. In D. Rickenmann & C. I. Chen (Eds.), Debris-flow hazards mitigation. Mechanics, prediction, and assessment. Proceedings of the third international conference on debris-flow hazards mitigation. Volume 2 (pp. 799-808). Millpress.
Control structures, vulnerability, cost-effectiveness - a contribution to the management of risks from debris torrents
Romang, H., Kienholz, H., Kimmerle, R., & Böll, A. (2003). Control structures, vulnerability, cost-effectiveness - a contribution to the management of risks from debris torrents. In D. Rickenmann & C. I. Chen (Eds.), Debris-flow hazards mitigation. Mechanics, prediction, and assessment. Proceedings of the third international conference on debris-flow hazards mitigation. Volume 2 (pp. 1303-1313). Millpress.
Empirical relationships for debris flows
Rickenmann, D. (1999). Empirical relationships for debris flows. Natural Hazards, 19(1), 47-77. https://doi.org/10.1023/A:1008064220727