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  • France : Alpes : Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur : Hautes-Alpes : Gorges du Guil
  • Gorges du Guil
  • Guil
  • Légende manuscrite sur le document original : "Alpes : Hautes-Alpes : Queyras : Sortie aval du gorges du Guil"Géolocalisation approximative centrée sur les gorges du Guil.
  • France : Alpes : Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur : Hautes-Alpes : Fond des gorges du Guil
  • gorges du Guil
  • Guil
  • Légende manuscrite sur le document original : "Alpes : Hautes-Alpes : Queyras : Gorges du Guil. Queyras". Les plaques de verre déposées à Prodig datent de 1898 à 1954. Géolocalisation approximative centrée sur les gorges du Guil.
  • France : Alpes : Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur : Hautes-Alpes : Falaises dans les gorges du Guil
  • Guil
  • Légende manuscrite sur le document original : "Alpes : Hautes-Alpes : Queyras : Sortie des Gorges de Guil"Géolocalisation approximative centrée su les Gorges du Guil.
  • France : Alpes : Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur : Hautes-Alpes : Sortie des Gorges du Guil
  • Guil
  • Légende manuscrite sur le document original : "Alpes : Hautes-Alpes : Queyras : Sortie des Gorges de Guil"Géolocalisation approximative centrée su les Gorges du Guil.
  • France : Alpes : Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur : Hautes-Alpes : Gorges du Guil près de Guillestre
  • gorges du Guil
  • Guil
  • Légende manuscrite sur le document original : "Alpes : Hautes-Alpes : Queyras : Sortie des gorges du Guil près de Guillestre "Géolocalisation : Hypothèse de géolocalisation exacte.
  • France : Alpes : Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur : Hautes-Alpes : Route dans les Gorges du Guil : Reproduction de carte postale
  • Gorges du Guil
  • Guil
  • Légende manuscrite sur le document original : "Alpes : Hautes-Alpes : Queyras : Château-Queyras". Les plaques de verre déposées à Prodig datent de 1898 à 1954. Géolocalisation approximative centrée sur les Gorges du Guil.
  • Physical, social and institutional vulnerability assessment in small Alpine communities. Results of the SAMCO-ANR project in the Upper Guil Valley (French Southern Alps)
  • France - Alpes - Vallée - Guil - Vulnérabilité - Communauté alpine
  • Texte et représentation graphique comprenant 5 cartes et 5 illustrations sur l'évaluation de la vulnérabilité physique, sociale et institutionnelle des petites communautés alpines (vallée supérieure du Guil)
  • France : Alpes : Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur : Hautes-Alpes : Le Guil en dessous de Mont-Dauphin
  • Guil
  • Landslide Hazard Assessment and Mapping in the Guil Catchment (Queyras, Southern French Alps) From Landslide Inventory to Suscep
  • Texte et représentation graphique comprenant 4 cartes sur l'évalution et la cartographie du risque de glissement de terrain dans le bassin-versant du Guil(Queyras) . Poster présenté à la conférence European Géosciences Union General Assembly, Vienne
  • Gravel sediment tracing from small torrents to trunk channels using pit-tags method: A case study from the upper Guil catchment (Queyras, French Alps)
  • Texte et représentation graphique comprenant 2 cartes et 6 illustrations. sur l'analyse des sédiments dans le bassin-versant du Guil dans le Queyras (Alpes françaises). Poster présenté à la conférence EGU General Assembly 2016, Vienne, 21 avril 2016
  • Recent hydrogeomorphological change (AD 1855 - 2005), control factors and fluvial risk on an upper alpine valley floor (Guil river, Southern French Alps)
  • Hydrogéomorphologie - Action anthropique - Variabilité hydroclimatique - Risque naturel - Datation - Dendrochronologie - Géométrie hydraulique - Cours d'eau - Guil - Alpes - France
  • L'évolution d'un territoire de montagne : étude géographique et paysagère : le cas de la haute vallée du Guil (Parc naturel régional du Queyras, Hautes-Alpes).
  • Dynamique du paysage ; Forêt ; France ; Guil vallée ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Hautes-Alpes ; Montagne ; Paysage ; Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur ; Queyras ; Système agro-sylvo-pastoral ; Utilisation du sol
  • Impacts et signification hydromorphologique de la crue du Guil de juin 2000 (Haut Queyras)
  • Crue du Guil
  • Hydro-geomorphic hazards and impact of man-made structures during the catastrophic flood of June 2000 in the Upper Guil catchment (Queyras, French Alps)
  • Guil River
  • Recent hydrogeomorphological change (AD 1855-2005), control factors and fluvial risk on an upper alpine valley floor (Guil river, Southern French Alps)
  • Guil river
  • Recent hydro-bio-morphological change (1855-2005) and control factors on an upper alpine valley floor (Guil river, Southern French Alps)
  • Upper alpine valley floor : Guil river
  • « La part respective des facteurs hydro-climatiques et anthropiques dans l'évolution récente (1956-2000) de la bande active du Haut-Guil, Queyras, Alpes françaises du Sud »,
  • Bande active du Haut-Guil
  • Les lianes à eau, providence des villageois assoiffés an savanes soudano-guinéennes : étude quantitative et qualitative de la sève Cissus populnea Guill. and Perr (Vitaceae)
  • Historic hydro-bio-morphological change (1855-2010) and control factors on an upper alpine valley floor (Guil river, Southern French Alps)
  • « Hydro-geomorphic hazards and impact of man-made structures during the catastrophic flood of June 2000 in the Upper Guil catchment (Queyras, French Alps) ».
  • « Recent hydrogeomorphological change (AD 1855-2005), control factors and fluvial risk on an upper alpine valley floor (Guil river ; Southern French Alps) »
  • France : Alpes : Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur : Hautes-Alpes : Vallée du Guil et Château-Queyras
  • France : Alpes : Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur : Hautes-Alpes : Vallée du Guil
  • « Recent hydro-bio-morphological change (1855-2005) and control factors on an upper alpine valley floor (Guil river, Southern French Alps) »
  • Sediment Dynamics and Channel Adjustments Following Torrential Floods in an Upper Alpine Valley (Guil River, Southern French Alps)
  • In the upper reaches of Alpine valleys, the shaping of active channels appears mostlydependent upon hydroclimatic variability, as illustrated by the upper Guil River. In this valley,recent land-use changes have reduced the channel capacity
  • of the Guil River, and increased thevulnerability of human installations to damage. In the frame of the implementation of a RiverScheme and a Flood Prevention Action Program, we try to improve our knowledge ofsediment transfers at the origin of disasters. Our
  • and time. We show the major role played by the Guil tributaries insupplying debris to zones with important assets. Finally, we discuss about the difficulty toimplement efficient management tools at a local scale.
  • Feux précoces et production fruitière de Detarium microcarpum Guill. et Perr. en zone sud-soudanienne du Burkina Faso
  • Aménagement régional ; Ancash ; Carte géomorphologique ; Catastrophe ; Catastrophe naturelle ; Crue ; Décision ; France ; Guil, bassin ; Généralités sur la géographie ; Hautes-Alpes ; Huaraz ; Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur ; Prévention ; Pérou ; Risque
  • L'A. examine les éléments sur lesquels peuvent se fonder les décisions d'aménagement dans le cas particulier des régions à cataclysmes| aspects techniques et financiers, nature des problèmes naturels posés à partir de la crue du Guil (Hautes-Alpes
  • La part respective des facteurs hydro-climatiques et anthropiques dans l'évolution récente (1956-2000) de la bande active du Haut-Guil, Queyras, Alpes françaises du Sud
  • La part respective des facteurs hydroclimatiques et anthropiques dans l'évolution récente (1956-2000) de la bande active du Haut Guil, Queyras, Alpes françaises du Sud
  • Le but de cette étude est de quantifier la variabilité spatiale 2D de la bande active du Haut Guil et de considérer les fluctuations hydroclimatiques et l'artificialisation de fond de vallée comme les 2 principaux facteurs potentiellement
  • Sediment tracing from small torrential channels to gravel-bed rivers using pit tags method. A case study from the upper Guil catchment.
  • Guil
  • Typology of potential high contribution areas in the sediment budget in the Upper Guil Catchment (Queyras, French Alps)
  • Guil
  • Physical and institutional vulnerability assessment method applied in Alpine communities. Preliminary Results of the SAMCO-ANR Project in the Guil Valley (French Southern Alps).
  • Guil
  • In the frame of the SAMCO project designed for mountain risk assessment, our goal is to estimate specific form of vulnerability for communities living in the Upper Guil catchment in order to provide useful documentation for a better management
  • of the valley bottom and the implementation of adequate mitigation measures. Here we present preliminary results on three municipalities of the upper Guil catchment: Aiguilles, Abriès, and Ristolas. We propose an empirical semi-quantitative indicator
  • Tracing the contribution of debris flow-dominated channels to gravel-bed torrential river channel: implementing pit-tags in the upper Guil River (French Alps).
  • considered as complex systems, our research focuses on the Guil River catchment (Queyras, Southern French Alps). This catchment is largely prone to catastrophic summer floods (June 1957 (> R.I. 100 yr), June 2000 (R.I. 30 yr)...) whose impact is amplified
  • of the Guil river catchment. To quantify the actual sediment yield, airborne LiDAR (2012) and field surveys using Terrestrial Laser Scanning (TLS) have been carried out. While the Airborne LiDAR data cover the entire valley bottom of the Guil River, TLS
  • measurement campaigns have been performed over three sites particularly affected by erosion and largely contributing to the Guil river sediment budget. The first site corresponds to a gorge section with direct connection of hillslope to the main channel
  • network (Guil River). The second site is located in a sub-catchment, at the confluence of two productive torrents, and the third one is located along a torrent, in a small upstream sub-catchment. As preliminary results with the use of multi resolution data
  • Use of terrestrial laser scanning (TLS) for monitoring geomorphic processes and sediment transfer in the Upper Guil Catchment (Queyras, French Alps).
  • considered as complex systems, our research focuses on the Guil River catchment (Queyras, Southern French Alps). This catchment is largely prone to catastrophic summer floods (June 1957 (> R.I. 100 yr), June 2000 (R.I. 30 yr)...) whose impact is amplified
  • of the Guil river catchment. To quantify the actual sediment yield, airborne LiDAR (2012) and field surveys using Terrestrial Laser Scanning (TLS) have been carried out. While the Airborne LiDAR data cover the entire valley bottom of the Guil River, TLS
  • measurement campaigns have been performed over three sites particularly affected by erosion and largely contributing to the Guil river sediment budget. The first site corresponds to a gorge section with direct connection of hillslope to the main channel
  • network (Guil River). The second site is located in a sub-catchment, at the confluence of two productive torrents, and the third one is located along a torrent, in a small upstream sub-catchment. As preliminary results with the use of multi resolution data
  • Sediment tracing and use of terrestrial laser scanning (TLS) for monitoring and modelling hydrological and sedimentary processes in the Upper Guil Catchment (Queyras, French Alps)
  • focuses on the Guil River catchment(Queyras, Southern French Alps), prone to catastrophic floods (June 1957 (> R.I. 100 yr), June 2000 (R.I.30 yr)...) with serious damages to infrastructure and buildings located in the valley bottoms. Such floods
  • ofslopes contribution to sediment supply using terrestrial laser scanning (TLS), (ii) assessment of two sub-catchmentcontribution to the global sediment budget of the Guil river catchment using passive integrated transponder (PIT)technique. To assess coarse
  • highly affected by slope erosion and largelycontributing to the Guil river sediment budget. The first location corresponds to a gorge section with directconnection of hillslope to the main channel network (Guil River). The second site is located in a sub
  • France - Queyras, - Alpes du Sud -Montagne - Bassin-versant- Guil - Cascade sédimentaire - Budget sédimentaire - Acrivité torrentielle
  • Landslide Hazard Assessment and Mapping in the Guil Catchment (Queyras, Southern French Alps) From Landslide Inventory to Suscepbility Modelling
  • , this study focuses on the Guil river catchment (317 km²), Queyras, to assess landslide hazard poorly studied until now. In that area, landslides are mainly occasional, low amplitude phenomena, with limited direct impacts when compared to other hazards
  • such as floods or snow avalanches. However, when interacting with floods during extreme rainfall events, landslides may have indirect consequences of greater importance because of strong hillslope-channel connectivity along the Guil River and its tributaries (i.e
  • Physical, social and institutional vulnerability assessment in small Alpine communities. Results of the SAMCO-ANR project in the Upper Guil Valley (French Southern Alps)
  • Guil
  • municipalities of the Upper Guil catchment (Ristolas, Abriès, Aiguilles, Château-Ville-Vieille,Molines-en-Queyras and St-Véran). Physical vulnerability, which represents total potential consequences of hazards on stakes, was estimated and mapped using a GIS model
  • . BROUSSE (description des édifices volcaniques de Fatu-Hiva, Tahuata, Motane et Ua Pou)| Volcanisme et pétrologie de l'île de Nuku-Hiva par R. BROUSSE et G. GUILLE| Volcanisme et pétrologie de l'île Hiva-Hoa par R. BROUSSE, G. GUILLE et J.P. GIBERT
  • Sediment Budget Analysis and Hazard Assessment in the Peynin, a Small Alpine Catchment (Upper Guil River, Southern Alps, France).
  • Gravel sediment tracing from small torrents to trunk channels using pit-tags method: A case study from the upper Guil catchment (Queyras, French Alps)
  • debris-ow's contribution. It is localized on the Upper Guil catchment, prone to catastrophic ash oods in active channel and alluvial fans. It is characterised by huge sediment transport coming from small torrential tributaries. In this study, we intend
  • Typology of potential high contribution areas in the sediment budget in the Upper Guil Catchment (Queyras, French Alps)
  • as complex systems, we focused our research on the Guil River catchment (Queyras,Southern French Alps - 317km2). This catchment is prone to catastrophic summer floods (June 1957 (> R.I. 100yr), June 2000 (R.I. 30 yr)...) characterized by considerable sediment
  • river) for a better management of sediment fluxes in the frame of the local “River Scheme".For this reason, we decided to establish a sediment budget of the Guil River catchment, with a quantitativeassessment and a spatial analysis of erosion, transport
  • Hydro-bio-morphological changes and control factors of an upper Alpine valley bottom since the mid-19th century. Case study of the Guil River, Durance catchment, southern French Alps
  • , the last 50-years of land-use changes have reduced the channel capacity of the Guil, increasing the vulnerability of human installations to damage.
  • de grande ampleur sur le développement de la forêt riveraine. Alors que la tendance générale (1855-2013) est dominée par l'incision, l'instabilité générale de la bande active du Haut-Guil est principalement contrôlée par l'occurrence d'événements
  • From hydro-geomorphological mapping to sediment transfer evaluation in the Upper Guil Catchment (Queyras, French Alps).
  • the analysis of geomorphic processes contribution in the sediment production and transfers, and the identification of different sources, pathways and sinks. In the study area (Guil catchment, Southwest France), remobilisation of sediment accumulated
  • modelling in order to quantifying sediments fluxes and stores using system dynamics modelling. Our study aims at analysing the temporal composition of sediment cascade in the Peynin sub-catchement which highly contributes to sediment budget of the Guil river
  • Synthèse de l'ensemble des résultats obtenus concernant les variations de l'englacement postérieures au Dernier Maximum Glaciaire en Haute-Durance, en amont de Guillestre (confluence avec le Guil). Suite à un travail de terrain exhaustif ayant