Guillaume PITON
Guillaume PITON
PhD, Univ. Grenoble Alpes - INRAE, UR ETNA, Grenoble, FRA.
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Design of sediment traps with open check dams. II: woody debris
G Piton, A Recking
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 142 (2), 04015046, 2016
Design of sediment traps with open check dams. I: hydraulic and deposition processes
G Piton, A Recking
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 142 (2), 04015045, 2016
Why do we build check dams in Alpine streams? An historical perspective from the French experience
G Piton, S Carladous, A Recking, JM Tacnet, F Liébault, D Kuss, ...
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 42 (1), 91-108, 2017
The effects of kinetic sorting on sediment mobility on steep slopes
V Bacchi, A Recking, N Eckert, P Frey, G Piton, M Naaim
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 39 (8), 1075-1086, 2014
Quantifying the morphological print of bedload transport
A Recking, G Piton, D Vazquez‐Tarrio, G Parker
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 41 (6), 809-822, 2016
The concept of travelling bedload and its consequences for bedload computation in mountain streams
G Piton, A Recking
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 42 (10), 1505-1519, 2017
Effects of check dams on bed-load transport and steep-slope stream morphodynamics
G Piton, A Recking
Geomorphology 291, 94-105, 2017
Reconstructing Depth‐Averaged Open‐Channel Flows Using Image Velocimetry and Photogrammetry
G Piton, A Recking, J Le Coz, H Bellot, A Hauet, M Jodeau
Water Resources Research 54 (6), 4164-4179, 2018
Design of fascines for riverbank protection in alpine rivers: Insight from flume experiments
A Recking, G Piton, L Montabonnet, S Posi, A Evette
Ecological Engineering 138, 323-333, 2019
Sediment transport control by check dams and open check dams in Alpine torrents
G Piton
Grenoble Alpes, 2016
Towards a better understanding of the today French torrents management policy through a historical perspective
S Carladous, G Piton, A Recking, F Liébault, D Richard, JM Tacnet, ...
E3S Web of Conferences 7, 12011, 2016
The dynamic of streams equipped with check dams
G Piton, A Recking
Proceedings International ConferenceFluvialHydraulics, RIVERFLOW2014, 1437-1445, 2014
Can bed-load help to validate hydrology studies in mountainous catchment? The case study of the Roize (Voreppe, France)
G Piton, D Vázquez-Tarrío, A Recking
3rd European Conference on Flood Risk Management (FLOODrisk 2016) 7, 04020, 2016
Communicating (nature‐based) flood‐mitigation schemes using flood‐excess volume
O Bokhove, MA Kelmanson, T Kent, G Piton, JM Tacnet
River Research and Applications 35 (9), 1402-1414, 2019
Direct field observations of massive bedload and debris-flow depositions in open check dams
G Piton, F Fontaine, H Bel, F Liébault, C Bel, A Recking, T Hugerot, ...
E3S Web of Conferences 40, 1-8, 2018
Protection against natural hazards in French mountains: historical analysis of actions and decision contexts in public forests
S Carladous, G Piton, JM Tacnet, Y Quefféléan, O Marco
3 rd European Conference on Flood Risk Management Innovation. Implementation …, 2016
Suivi automatisé des crues à fort transport solide dans les torrents: stratégie de mesure et potentiel des données collectées
F Fontaine, C Bel, H Bellot, G Piton, F Liébault, M Juppet, K Royer
Collection EDYTEM. Cahiers de géographie, pp. 213-219, 2017
Bedload trapping in open check dam basins-measurements of flow velocities and depositions patterns
G Piton, S Mejean, C Carbonari, J Le Guern, H Bellot, A Recking
13th Congress INTERPRAEVENT 2016, 808-817, 2016
The use of check dams for soil restoration at watershed level: A century of history and perspectives
ME Lucas-Borja, G Piton, M Nichols, C Castillo, Y Yang, DA Zema
The Science of the total environment 692, 37-38, 2019
Design of a debris retention basin enabling sediment continuity for small events: the Combe de Lancey case study (France)
G Piton, V Mano, D Richard, G Evin, D Laigle, JM Tacnet, PA Rielland
International Conference on Debris-Flow Hazards Mitigation: Mechanics …, 2019
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