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Michael Bründl
Michael Bründl
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The risk concept and its application in natural hazard risk management in Switzerland
M Bründl, HE Romang, N Bischof, CM Rheinberger
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 9 (3), 801-813, 2009
1762009
Perspectives on social capacity building for natural hazards: outlining an emerging field of research and practice in Europe
C Kuhlicke, A Steinführer, C Begg, C Bianchizza, M Bründl, M Buchecker, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 14 (7), 804-814, 2011
1732011
Linking social capacities and risk communication in Europe: a gap between theory and practice?
C Höppner, R Whittle, M Bründl, M Buchecker
Natural hazards 64 (2), 1753-1778, 2012
1102012
Risk communication and natural hazards
C Höppner, M Buchecker, M Bründl
CapHaz-Net WP5 report, 2010
912010
Reliability and effectiveness of early warning systems for natural hazards: Concept and application to debris flow warning
M Sättele, M Bründl, D Straub
Reliability Engineering & System Safety 142, 192-202, 2015
862015
Reliability and effectiveness of early warning systems for natural hazards: Concept and application to debris flow warning
M Sättele, M Bründl, D Straub
Reliability Engineering & System Safety 142, 192-202, 2015
862015
IFKIS-a basis for managing avalanche risk in settlements and on roads in Switzerland
M Bründl, HJ Etter, M Steiniger, C Klingler, J Rhyner, WJ Ammann
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 4 (2), 257-262, 2004
862004
Avalanche hazard mitigation strategies assessed by cost effectiveness analyses and cost benefit analyses—evidence from Davos, Switzerland
S Fuchs, M Thöni, MC McAlpin, U Gruber, M Bründl
Natural Hazards 41 (1), 113-129, 2007
842007
Development of avalanche risk between 1950 and 2000 in the Municipality of Davos, Switzerland
S Fuchs, M Bründl, J Stötter
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 4 (2), 263-275, 2004
792004
Measurement of frost‐induced snowmelt runoff in a forest soil
D Stadler, H Wunderli, A Auckenthaler, H Flühler, M Bründl
Hydrological processes 10 (10), 1293-1304, 1996
761996
The long-term development of avalanche risk in settlements considering the temporal variability of damage potential
S Fuchs, M Keiler, A Zischg, M Bründl
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 5 (6), 893-901, 2005
722005
Damage potential and losses resulting from snow avalanches in settlements of the canton of Grisons, Switzerland
S Fuchs, M Bründl
Natural Hazards 34 (1), 53-69, 2005
722005
Forecasting rock slope failure: how reliable and effective are warning systems?
M Sättele, M Krautblatter, M Bründl, D Straub
Landslides 13 (4), 737-750, 2016
462016
Risikokonzept für Naturgefahren–Leitfaden
M Bründl
Nationale Plattform für Naturgefahren PLANAT, Bern, 2009
452009
Landslides and new lakes in deglaciating areas: a risk management framework
Y Schaub, W Haeberli, C Huggel, M Künzler, M Bründl
Landslide science and practice, 31-38, 2013
432013
Dealing with the white death: Avalanche risk management for traffic routes
CM Rheinberger, M Bründl, J Rhyner
Risk Analysis: An International Journal 29 (1), 76-94, 2009
432009
The storm Lothar 1999 in Switzerland–an incident analysis
M Bründl, C Rickli
Forest Snow and Landscape Research 77 (1/2), 207-216, 2002
422002
The avalanche winter 1999 in Switzerland-an overview
C Wilhelm, T Wiesinger, M Bründl, W Ammann
Proceedings International Snow Science Workshop 16, 2000
392000
Quantifying the effectiveness of early warning systems for natural hazards
M Sättele, M Bründl, D Straub
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 16 (1), 149-166, 2016
362016
Integrative risk management: the example of snow avalanches
M Bründl, S Margreth
Snow and Ice-Related Hazards, Risks, and Disasters, 259-296, 2021
292021
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