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  • Rock-wall temperatures in the Alps : modelling their topographic distribution and regional differences
  • The nature and dynamics of mountain permafrost : papers from the PACE21 contribution to the International Permafrost Association, July 2003
  • Alpes ; Années 1982-2002 ; Bilan thermique ; Distribution spatiale ; Dégel ; Eboulement ; Modèle ; Montagne ; Pergélisol ; Périglaciaire ; Simulation ; Suisse ; Température
  • Alps (The) ; Heat balance ; Model ; Mountain ; Periglacial features ; Permafrost ; Rockfall ; Simulation ; Spatial distribution ; Switzerland ; Temperature ; Thawing
  • Rock-face near-surface temperatures have been measured over one year at 14 locations between 2500 and 4500 m a.s.l. in the Alps. These data were used to further develop and verify an energy-balance model that simulates daily surface temperatures
  • over complex topography. Based on a 21-year (1982-2002) run of this model, spatial patterns of rock-face temperatures in the Swiss Alps are presented and discussed. This model provides a basis for the re-analysis of past rock-fall events with respect
  • The nature and dynamics of mountain permafrost : papers from the PACE21 contribution to the International Permafrost Association, July 2003
  • Alpes ; Avalanche ; Manteau nival ; Modèle numérique ; Montagne ; Neige ; Pergélisol ; Périglaciaire ; Simulation ; Suisse ; Température ; Végétation
  • Alps (The) ; Avalanche ; Mountain ; Numerical model ; Periglacial features ; Permafrost ; Simulation ; Snow ; Snow cover ; Switzerland ; Temperature ; Vegetation
  • The nature and dynamics of mountain permafrost : papers from the PACE21 contribution to the International Permafrost Association, July 2003
  • The use of real-time kinematic (RTK) GPS for studying the dynamics of creeping mountain permafrost is evaluated on the basis of measurements carried out on 3 test sites (Yettes Condjà, Rechy and Aget). The results are presented and discussed from
  • The nature and dynamics of mountain permafrost : papers from the PACE21 contribution to the International Permafrost Association, July 2003
  • on artificially frozen soils samples may help in developing a better understanding of rock glacier and general permafrost dynamics at temperature close to the melting point of ice.
  • The nature and dynamics of mountain permafrost : papers from the PACE21 contribution to the International Permafrost Association, July 2003
  • The nature and dynamics of mountain permafrost : papers from the PACE21 contribution to the International Permafrost Association, July 2003
  • The nature and dynamics of mountain permafrost : papers from the PACE21 contribution to the International Permafrost Association, July 2003
  • The nature and dynamics of mountain permafrost : papers from the PACE21 contribution to the International Permafrost Association, July 2003
  • The nature and dynamics of mountain permafrost : papers from the PACE21 contribution to the International Permafrost Association, July 2003