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08.08.2022

Remote sensing methods like radar, photogrammetry or laser scanning are becoming increasingly important in natural-hazard research.

03.08.2022

The SLF has developed large-scale natural hazard maps for Georgia using terrain analyses and modelling.

14.07.2022

The ETH Board has appointed Manuela Brunner as Tenure-Track Assistant Professor of Hydrology and Climate Impacts in Mountain Regions.

14.07.2022

The ETH Board has appointed Johan Gaume as Associate Professor of Alpine Mass Movements.

30.06.2022

A new analysis method gives a more detailed picture of unstable mountainsides, enabling better hazard monitoring.

22.06.2022

The software package for calculating natural hazard processes and the influence of protective measures has a new website.

31.05.2022

At Stillberg near Davos, the SLF is investigating whether spruce and larch seedlings can establish above the current forest line.

25.02.2022

Alpine plants display little variation within their species. This could put them at a disadvantage when it comes to climate change.