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  Poster Programme - NH7.1 Snow cover processes and avalanche formation (co-listed in CR & GM)

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Convener: Schweizer, J.
Co-Convener: McClung, D.

Author in Attendance:

Monday, 14 April 2008 13:30 - 15:00
Display Time: Monday, 14 April 2008 08:00 -
Monday, 14 April 2008 19:30
Poster Area: Halls X/Y

Chairperson: MCCLUNG, D.

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EGU2008-A-08783;  NH7.1-1MO3P-0482
Loewe, H.; Egli, L.; Bartlett, S.; Guala, M.; Manes, C.
On the evolution of the snow surface during snowfall

EGU2008-A-07424;  NH7.1-1MO3P-0483
Schaffhauser, A.; Fromm, R.; Jörg, P.; Sailer, R.
Basic findings of the GALAHAD project

EGU2008-A-08422;  NH7.1-1MO3P-0484
Fromm, R.; Jörg, P.; Sailer, R.; Schaffhauser, A.
Snow slope stability index derived from terrestrial laser scanning data

EGU2008-A-11141;  NH7.1-1MO3P-0485
Prokop, A.
Applying iterative closest point algorithms and full waveform data analysis to improve the accuracy of terrestrial laser scanning measurements for snow depth observation

EGU2008-A-11209;  NH7.1-1MO3P-0486
Mott, R.; Prokop, A.; Lehning, M.
Modelling and measuring snow distribution for potential avalanche release zones

EGU2008-A-00004;  NH7.1-1MO3P-0487
Wahl, L.
Characteristics and environmental context of the late snow patches in the high Vosges mountains (eastern France)

EGU2008-A-03518;  NH7.1-1MO3P-0488
Rainer, R; Rammer, R; Wiatr, W
Snow loads on defensive snow net systems

EGU2008-A-03669;  NH7.1-1MO3P-0489
Rousselot, M.; Durand, Y.; Daniel, L.; Giraud, G. ; Navarre, J.P.
Estimation of meteorological parameters in the French Alps at different spatial scales and applications to mountainous risk management.

EGU2008-A-02784;  NH7.1-1MO3P-0490
Sensitivity study on the avalanche hazard estimation by numerical methods during the “winter 99” events in France in the framework of the EU-FP6 IRASMOS project.

EGU2008-A-09847;  NH7.1-1MO3P-0491
Bellaire, S.; Schweizer, J.; Schneebeli, M.; Pielmeier, C.
Deriving snow stability from micropenetration resistance

EGU2008-A-09354;  NH7.1-1MO3P-0492
van Herwijnen, A; Heierli, J; Schweizer, J
Field studies of collapse propagation in weak snow layers

EGU2008-A-09762;  NH7.1-1MO3P-0493
van Herwijnen, A.; Schweizer, J.
Continuous monitoring of acoustic emissions in an avalanche start zone

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