Like every year, The European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly in Vienna 2019 (7 – 12 April) was a great opportunity for our Risk Group to present recent researches and to interact with the international and multidiscipline platform of experts and scientists.
This assembly was a record-breaking meeting, with 16,250 presentations: 5,531 orals, 9,432 posters, and 1,287 PICOs. The program featured 683 unique scientific sessions together and received 16,273 scientists from 113 countries.
The Risk Group members presented 10 contributions as first authors whose titles are below.
- EGU2019-14179 Detection of rock bridges by infrared thermal imaging and modeling: application to exfoliation sheets in Yosemite Valley (California, USA) Antoine Guerin et al.
- EGU2019-16778 Real-size rockfall experiment: Applying observed impact dynamics to 3D rockfall simulations on highly detailed terrain models. François Noël et al.
- EGU2019-8995 Preliminary tests of a portable VNIR hyperspectral camera on rock surfaces. Marc-Henri Derron and Michel Jaboyedoff
- EGU2019-10867 Structural and hazard assessment of the Brenva rockslide scar (Mont-Blanc massif, Aosta Valley, Italy) . Michel Jaboyedoff et al.
- EGU2019-13270 Frictional piece-wise solution of the runout distance during an axisymmetric granular collapse. Emmanuel Wyser et al.
- EGU2019-14179 Detection of rock bridges by infrared thermal imaging and modeling: application to exfoliation sheets in Yosemite Valley (California, USA). Antoine Guerin et al.
- EGU2019-14740 Rockfall management strategy of a climbing wall of the former quarry of St-Triphon (Switzerland). Cedric Meier et al.
- EGU2019-15674 Historical earthquake-induced rock avalanche in North of Tunisia. Mariam Ben Hammouda et al.
- EGU2019-18086 Urban risks and resilience in the rwandan context. Emmanuel Nduwayezu et al.
- EGU2019-18476 Two Matlab routines for rock material propagation modelling: PLANOS, a volume assessment by infinite planar discontinuities, and PrePostDAN3D, a data treatment tool for before and after DAN3D processing. José Santiago Pullarello et al.