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  List of Accepted Contributions - NH2.05 Integrated Natural Hazard Protection (floods and mass movement): Structural and nonstructural measures – state-of-the-art (co-listed in HS)

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Osti, R.; Egashira, S.; Itoh, T.
A study on debris flow control by a series of check dam (withdrawn)

Osti, R.; Tanaka, S.; Tokioka, T.
Flood hazard mapping in developing countries

Heidari, A
Risk-based design of flood mitigation master plan: a case study in IRAN (withdrawn)

Huebl, J.; Woehrer-Alge, M.; Weber, C.; Gruber, H.; Ellmer, A.; Kleemayr, K.; Lang, E.; Schnetzer, I.; Schmid, F.; Rudolf-Miklau, F.
Documentation and analysis of the 2005 disaster in Austria caused by floods and massmovements: Methods and results

Stoffel, M.; Bollschweiler, M.
On the role of tree-ring analysis for the characterization of debris-flow torrents and the design of structural and non-structural mitigation measures

Proske, D.; Kaitna, R.; König, U.; Hübl, J.
Development of design impact forces of debris flow

Mazzorana, M.
A failure propensity indicator for check dams based neural network techniques supported by expert elicitations

Fuchs, S.; Dorner, W.; Serrhini, K.
Development of flood risk in mountain catchments and related perception

Rheinberger, C.; Bründl, M.
Structural, Organizational, and Hybrid Mitigation Strategies in Avalanche Risk Management

Suda, J.; Strauss, A.
Monitoring Concept for Torrential Barriers

Tsai, C.-C.; Lin, H.-C.; Bombeck, H.
Watershed analysis of pulsing landslide using ecosystem model

Thaler, T; Huebl, H; Holub, H
Active mitigation measures at Angerbach catchment, Austria, and their performance during the June 2006 flood

Huebl, H; Koenig, K
Real scale debris flow experiments at Schesatobel/Austria

Praschnig, P; Huebl, H
Structural and Non-structural measures to control debris flows at Riegersbach catchment, Austria

Holub, M.
Local structural protection for buildings within natural hazard risk management

Prokop, A.
The application of terrestrial laser scanning for landslide monitoring

Vilajosana, I.; Bacher, M. ; Suriñach, E.; Hübl, H.; Khazaradze, G.; Garcia de Yebenes, L.
Mud flow detection experiments at Schesatobel, Austria

Romang, H.; Guler, A.; Wilhelm, C.; Barandun, J. ; Roth, H.U.
Managing Flood Events in Alpine Areas – a Decision-Support Tool for Interventions

Wagner, K.
How to avoid the Safe Development Paradox

Wendeler, C.; Volkwein, A.; Denk, M.; Roth, A.
Use of flexible protection systems against debris flows

Rudolf-Miklau, F.
Application of life cycle cost models to technical protection measures

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