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Beyond the Expected: Dealing with Cases of Overload and the Residual Risk of Natural Hazards in the Alpine Region
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Beyond the Expected – Dealing with the Case of Overload and Residual Risk of Natural Hazards in the Alpine Region
An integrated and interdisciplinary management of the risks associated with natural hazards has become most widely standard in the Alps. Integrated risk management (IRM) can be seen as crucial part of the overarching concept ...
Small Baseline Subset (SBAS) InSARAnalysis Using Sentinel-1 Data for Monitoring Landslide Deformation in the Alps
New generations of radar satellites (e.g. TerraSAR-X, Cosmo-SkyMed, Sentinel-1A/B) with short repeat-pass cycles and high spatial resolutions have enhanced the capabilities for acquiring data over large areas shortly after ...
Cascading hazard risk assessment of a rockslide dam outburst flood in an alpine river basin
Earthquakes and heavy precipitation events represent the main triggering factors of mass movements such as landslides, rockslides or debris flows. The overall hazard potential is increased significantly if the mass ...
The Vulnerability Sourcebook. Standardised vulnerability and risk assessments to support adaptation planning and evaluation
Most National Determined Contributions (NDC) include adaptation goals. To support this process and to use adaptation finance effeffectively, there is an increasing need for practical tools that can support the planning, ...
Exploiting InSAR and multi-source data to study periglacial environments in the Alps at different space and time scales
The slope instability in alpine areas is a phenomenon related to superficial landslides, deep-seated gravitational slope deformations and permafrost creep. The systematic monitoring of changes over time caused by the slope ...
Monitoring daily evapotranspiration in the Alps exploiting Sentinel-2 and meteorological data
The lack of satellite data with high spatial resolution (< 100 m) and temporal frequency (< daily) has long limited the modelling of spatially explicit evapotranspiration (ET) for supporting the management of ...