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Category: GlacierRocks – Glacier-Headwall Interaction and its Influence on Rockfall Activity

Find me at EGU 2017

As usual, there’s plenty happening at EGU this year. You can find me at any one of these locations: Monday Mon, 24 Apr, 15:30–15:45, Room N1, GM1.6/BG9.38/HS11.11/NH8.8/TS4.7 | | Highlight Dynamic fracture development in response to extreme summer temperatures: 27/7/2014, Långören Island, Finland (EGU2017-16387) by Kerry Leith, Matthew Perras, Topias Siren, Tuomas Rantanen, Suvi Heinonen, […]


A documentary on work leading up to the GlacierRocks project

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MSc Stefanie Diener: Environmental controls on bedrock fracturing and rockfall production adjacent to the rapidly thinning Schmiedingerkees glacier (Hohe Tauern Range, Austria)

Candidate: Stefanie Diener Supervisors: Kerry Leith, Dr. Matthew Perras, Ingo Hartmeyer (GEORESEARCH Forschungsgesellschaft mbH) Institution: ETH Zurich Activity: Beginning Fall 2017 Since 1880 mean annual air temperatures in Austria have risen by 2 °C, more than twice the average global warming of 0.85 °C. Glacier retreat has evolved into one of the most visible consequences of this climatic change […]


Research project: GlacierRocks – Glacier-Headwall Interaction and its Influence on Rockfall Activity

Ingo HartmeyerMarkus KeuschnigJan-Christoph Otto Kay HelfrichtKerry Leith Michael Krautblatter Institutions: GEORESEARCH Forschungsgesellschaft mbH, University of Salzburg, Technische Universität München, Austrian Academy of Sciences, ETH Zurich Goal: The proposed project GlacierRocks will establish the worldwide first research site for long-term monitoring of stability-relevant processes inside a randkluft system. Based on the acquired monitoring data GlacierRocks is pursuing […]


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