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  List of Accepted Contributions - NH3.10 The role of vegetation in slope stability and mitigation measures against landslides and debris flows

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Schuppener, B.
The design of a slope stabilisation using plants

Graf, F.; Frei, M.; Schwarz, M.; Böll, A.
A new approach to quantfy effects of plants and fungi on slope stability

Gawlick, H. J.; Rudolf-Miklau, F.
Formation and shifting processes of calcareous and dolomitic debris and the influence upon bedload transport in torrential streams

Suda, J; Strauss, A; Bergmeister, K
Potential Risk of natural Hazards on Barrier Structures

Dorren, L.; Berger, F.
Forests as sustainable mitigation measures against slope processes: the resistance of individual trees against dynamic impacts

Huebl, J.; Moser, M.
Risk Management Lattenbach: A case study

Preti, F.
On root reinforcement modelling

Calcaterra, D.; Doronzo, G.; Palma, B.; Bruno, G.; de Luca Tupputi Schinosa, F.; Di Martire, D.; Dima, C.; Nastri, A.; Papaccio, S.; Ronconi, A.
Are soil bio-engineering techniques really effective for reducing landslide hazard? Some answers from recent experiences in Campania (Italy)

Soms, J.
Vegetation cover as factor controlling slope stability within gully channels: a case study from the Daugava valley (SE Latvia)

Nosov, K.N.; Zaporozchenko, E.V.; Chernomorets, S.S. ; Petrakov , D.A. ; Seinova , I.B. ; Tutubalina , O.V.
Natural hazards following a glacier disaster: forecast and mitigation measures (case study of the Central Caucasus)

Doronzo, G.; Calcaterra, D.; Cozzolino, E.; Menegazzi, L.
Biotechnical slope stabilization measures in the Phlegraean district (Italy)

Bischetti, G.B.
Quantifying the additional cohesion of the soil due to root systems and its space variability

Montagnoli, A.; Di Iorio, A.; Magatti, G.; Chiatante, D.
Estimation of soil loss and runoff within plots, of beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) stands in relation to different forest management practices and harvesting age in the Lombardia’s Alps

Chen, S.C.; Ferng, J.W.; Wu, H.L.; Ko, Y.C.
Spatial and temporal characteristics of rainstorm induced disaster due to typhoon events in Taiwan

Wendeler, C.; Volkwein, A.; Dufour, F.; Roth, A.
Testing, modeling and dimensioning of flexible debris flow barriers

Truffelli, G.; Borgatti, L.; Caputo, G.; Corsini, A.; De Simone, N.; Ronchetti, F.; Sartini, G.
Integrated mitigation measures on large slow moving earth slides in the Province of Reggio Emilia (Northern Apennines, Italy)

Stangl, R.; Florineth, F.
Root architecture of plant inlays used for biotechnical slope stabilisation

Henle, A.; Scheikl, M.; Rachoy, C.
Numerical gravel transport investigations in alpine torrent-catchment-areas

Lammeranner, W.; Rauch, H.P.; Stangl, R.
Detection and assessment of slope stability by means of vegetation types, soil and morphological parameters

Acharya, M.S.; Florineth, F.
Vegetated Bamboo crib wall- A suitable alternative to stabilise road side slopes in Nepal

Iadanza, C.; Trigila, A.; Vittori, E.; Dallari, D.
Vegetation and slope stability in Italy based on IFFI and CORINE LAND COVER datasets

Bongiorno, D.; Cantarelli, E.; Cazzuffi, D.
Mechanical contribution of vegetation to erosion control and slope stability: an overview of experimental studies carried out on different types of plants (withdrawn)

Norris, J. E.; Greenwood, J. R.
Encouraging roots to maximise their soil reinforcement potential

Werner, A.; Katzenbach, R.
Shear strength behaviour of sandy soil with vegetation

Werner, A.; Katzenbach, R.
Shear strength behaviour of sandy soil with vegetation (withdrawn)

De Baets, S.; Poesen, J.; Knapen, A.
Impact of root morphology, soil characteristics and flow shear stress on the erodibility of topsoils during concentrated flow

Belfiore, G.; Urciuoli, G.
Roots reinforcement in shallow soil covers. An interpretation model based on congruent displacements

Papa, R.; Urciuoli, G.
Hydrologic role of vegetation in the stability of shallow soil cover. A case study

Dallari, D.; Iadanza, C.; Trigila, A.; Rischia, I.; Fumanti, F.
Slope stability and vegetation cover ecological efficiency

Sauli, G.; Cornelini, P.
Soil bio-engineering works in the Mediterranean area

Katzenbach, R.
The use of soil-root interaction for slope stabilization

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