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Andreas Bauder Gwendolyn Leysinger Vieli In recent years two ice marginal lakes (L1 and L2) have formed at the terminus of Rhonegletscher (Switzerland) as a result of a retreat into a basal over ...

Andreas Vieli Durham University, UK ... Downloaded from ppg.sagepub.com at UZH Hauptbibliothek / Zentralbibliothek Zuerich on April 12, 2013. undergo rapid change during the 21st century Postal address: Fax (for all) University of Zurich. Department of Geography. Glaciology and Geomorphodynamics. Winterthurerstrasse 190. 8057 Zurich, Switzerland

A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. The project focuses on trigger-based sensors for detecting possibly destructive mass movement events and brings a new area of research, nanotechnology, to PermaSense. The project duration is for four years and the partners Lothar Thiele, Jan Buetel, Stephan Gruber, Andreas Vieli, Christopher Hierold,...

13 Sep 2017 Andreas Vieli and Jan Beutel in SRF Rundschau Stürzende Berge: Leben in der roten Zone Vor zwei Wochen Piz Cengalo oberhalb von Bondo im Bergell, am Wochenende der Triftgletscher im Wallis. J erome Faillettaz and Andreas Vieli 3G, UZH, University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland Martin Funk VAW, ETHZ, Zurich, Switzerland Jan Beutel TIKZ, ETHZ, Zurich, Switzerland We developed a new strategy for Disaster Risk Reduction for gravitational slope failure: We www.zora.uzh.ch Year: 2016 Multi-method observation and analysis of a tsunami caused by glacier calving Lüthi, Martin P ; Vieli, Andreas Abstract: Glacier calving can cause violent tsunami waves which, upon landfall, can cause severe de-struction. Here we present data acquired during a calving event from Eqip Sermia, an ocean-terminating Andreas Vieli The Uummannaq region is a mosaic of glacial landsystems, consistent with hypothesized landscape distribution resulting from variations in subglacial thermal regime. www.zora.uzh.ch Year: 2014 Recent retreat of major outlet glaciers on Novaya Zemlya, Russian Arctic, influenced by fjord geometry and sea-ice conditions Carr, J Rachel ; Stokes, Chris R ; Vieli, Andreas Abstract: Substantial ice loss has occurred in the Russian High Arctic during the past decade, predom-