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  • Alpes ; Autriche ; Concept ; Géochronologie ; Géomorphologie ; Modèle ; Montagne ; Paraglaciaire ; Postglaciaire ; Sédimentation
  • Alps (The) ; Austria ; Concept ; Geochronology ; Geomorphology ; Model ; Mountain ; Paraglacial ; Postglacial ; Sedimentation
  • synthesized into an overarching framework for the study of post-glacial glaciated landscapes. It was not until the end of the twentieth century that the paraglacial model was directly applied to the interpretation of the European Alps. The first decade
  • of the twenty-first century has seen a growing appreciation and some critique of that model in research in the Austrian Alps. The post-glacial glaciated landscape is interpreted as a landscape of transition between the full glacial of the Last Glacial Maximum
  • 2012
  • Assessment of landslide age, landslide persistence and human impact using airborne laser scanning digital terrain models
  • Action anthropique ; Allemagne ; Autriche ; Baden-Württemberg ; Glissement de terrain ; Géochronologie ; LiDAR ; Modèle numérique de terrain ; Niederösterreich ; Schwäbische Alb ; Télédétection ; Versant
  • Austria ; Baden-Württemberg ; Digital elevation model ; Geochronology ; Germany ; Human impact ; Landslide ; LiDAR ; Lower Austria ; Remote sensing ; Slope
  • In this study, the potential of airborne laser scanning digital terrain models (ALS DTMs) is analysed for estimating landslide age, landslide persistence and human impact. Therefore, landslides in 2 study areas, Swabian Alb in Germany and Lower
  • 2012
  • Alpes ; Autriche ; Date 1946 ; Dynamique de versant ; Erosion des sols ; Impact ; Incendie de forêt ; Modèle ; Montagne ; Tirol ; Vitesse d'érosion
  • Alps (The) ; Austria ; Erosion rate ; Forest fire ; Impact ; Model ; Mountain ; Slope dynamics ; Soil erosion ; Tirol
  • exposures in the adjacent talus, modelled bedload discharge with a statistical model developed in a nearby study area and quantified recent debris flow activity by combining airborne and terrestrial laser scans. The concordance of measured and modelled
  • 2012
  • Algorithme ; Autriche ; Géomorphologie ; LiDAR ; Mesure laser ; Modèle numérique de terrain ; Tirol ; Traitement des données ; Télédétection ; Vallée glaciaire ; Wipptal
  • Algorithm ; Austria ; Data processing ; Digital elevation model ; Geomorphology ; Glacial valley ; LiDAR ; Remote sensing ; Tirol ; laser measures
  • The AA. investigate on the quality of breaklines derived from digital terrain models (DTMs) acquired with airborne laser scanning (ALS) in regions with high curvature. The test site is located in the Wipptal south of Innsbruck and is part
  • 2012
  • In 2007, a number of rock fall events occurred on the sharp SE-ridge of the mountain Mittlerer Burgstall completely changing the shape of the mountain. In this paper the AA. use geomorphological mapping, permafrost distribution modelling, glacier
  • reconstruction, surface and near-surface ground temperature data, air temperature data, and airborne laserscanning data to assess these multiple rock fall events. Permafrost modelling and ground temperature monitoring indicate that the area of detachment
  • 2012
  • for the present and the future were produced for Tajikistan and Austria by adapting an empirical model developed in Switzerland. In absolute terms, the highest loss was predicted for the Pamir. The expected relative loss in the same area is moderate compared
  • to the rest of Tajikistan and particularly to Austria, where the model predicted the disappearance of more than 90% of the potential permafrost until the end of the twenty-first century.
  • 2012
  • Alpes ; Autriche ; Géomorphodynamique ; LiDAR ; Mesure laser ; Modèle numérique de terrain ; Montagne ; Périglaciaire ; Tirol ; Télédétection
  • Alps (The) ; Austria ; Digital elevation model ; Earth surface processes ; LiDAR ; Mountain ; Periglacial features ; Remote sensing ; Tirol ; laser measures
  • 2012
  • permafrost is lowered on rough surfaces compared to fine-grain zones. At the same location modelled potential summer solar radiation in coarse grain zones is reduced by up to 40% compared to surfaces of fine grain sizes. The mostly patchy permafrost
  • 2012