Prof. Dr. Michael Moser


Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät

Project member

DFG: Paketantrag; „Hochaufgelöste Messungen der Geomorphodynamik in sich schnell verändernden proglazialen Systemen der Alpen (PROSA) (PAK 736)“ Teilprojekt: "Bilanzierung von gravitativen Massenbewegungen in proglazialen Systemen"
Prof. Dr. Joachim Rohn
(01/08/2011 - 31/12/2017)

Sensitivity of rock permafrost to regional climate change scenarios and implications for rock wall instability
Richard Dikau
(01/07/2008 - 30/07/2011)

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Vehling, L., Baewert, H., Glira, P., Moser, M., Rohn, J., & Morche, D. (2017). Quantification of sediment transport by rockfall and rockslide processes on a proglacial rock slope (Kaunertal, Austria). Geomorphology, 287, 46-57.
Wiedenmann, J., Rohn, J., & Moser, M. (2017). Using LIDAR and ground truth for landslide recognition and characterization of geotechnical and morphological parameters in sedimentary rocks, a case study in Northern Bavaria (Germany). Journal of Mountain Science, 14(8), 1513-1525.
Vehling, L., Moser, M., & Rohn, J. (2016). Quantification of small magnitude rockfall processes at a proglacial high mountain site, Gepatsch glacier (Tyrol, Austria). Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie, 60, 93-108.
Wiedenmann, J., Moser, M., & Rohn, J. (2016). The relationship between the landslide frequency and hydrogeological aspects: a case study from a hilly region in Northern Bavaria (Germany). Environmental Earth Sciences, 75(7).
Meier, J., Moser, M., Datcheva, M., & Schanz, T. (2013). Numerical modeling and inverse parameter estimation of the large-scale mass movement Gradenbach in Carinthia (Austria). Acta Geotechnica, 8(4), 355-371.
Heckmann, T., Haas, F., Morche, D., Schmidt, K.H., Moser, M., Leopold, M.,... Rohn, J. (2012). Investigating an Alpine proglacial sediment budget using field measurements, airborne and terrestrial LiDAR data. In Proceedings of the Chengdu Symposium on Erosion and Sediment Yields in the Changing Environment (pp. 438-447). Chengdu.
Krautblatter, M., Moser, M., Schrott, L., Wolf, J., & Morche, D. (2012). Significance of rockfall magnitude and carbonate dissolution for rock slope erosion and geomorphic work on Alpine limestone cliffs (Reintal, German Alps). Geomorphology, 21-34.
Krautblatter, M., & Moser, M. (2009). A nonlinear model coupling rockfall and rainfall intensity based on a four year measurement in a high Alpine rock wall (Reintal, German Alps). Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, 9(4), 1425-1432.
Meier, J., Datcheva, M.D., Moser, M., & Schanz, T. (2009). Identification of constitutive and geometrical parameters for slope instability modelling - Application to mountain-splitting area Reutte/Tyrol (Austria). Austrian Journal of Earth Sciences, 102(2), 81-89.
Moser, M. (2006). Kinematics and mechanism of motion of the profound Cuolm da Vi instability at Graubünden, Switzerland Kinematik und Bewegungsmechanismus der Tiefgründigen Instabilität Cuolm da Vi (Graubünden, Schweiz). Bulletin fuer Angewandte Geologie, 11(2), 117-131.

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