The SLF's RAMMS research group develops new modules for an established software package simulating natural hazard processes.
Official opening of new SLF workshop and office building creates more room for research.
A global 30-year experiment reveals that vegetation is changing substantially in both Arctic and alpine tundra ecosystems.
SLF researchers have developed a method for automatically and reliably mapping avalanches in satellite images.
The SLF's Risk and Resilience research group is developing software tools to better assess the risk of natural hazards.
SLF researcher Anne Kempel explains in the video how she wants to find out in a worldwide project.
The SLF's Mountain Ecosystems research group investigates how climate change and changes in land use are affecting mountain habitats.
Remote sensing methods like radar, photogrammetry or laser scanning are becoming increasingly important in natural-hazard research.