SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

References

  • Archie, G. E. (1942), The electric resistivity log as an aid in determining some reservoir characteristics, Trans. AIME, 146, 5462.
  • Erismann, T. H., and G. Abele (2001), Dynamics of Rockslides and Rockfalls, 316 pp., Springer, Heidelberg, Germany.
  • Gruber, S., and M. Hoelzle (2001), Statistical modelling of mountain permafrost distribution: Local calibration and incorporation of remotely sensed data, Permafrost Periglacial Processes, 12, 6977.
  • Gruber, S., M. Hoelzle, and W. Haeberli (2004a), Permafrost thaw and destabilization of Alpine rock walls in the hot summer of 2003, Geophys. Res. Lett., 31, L13504, doi:10.1029/2004GL020051.
  • Gruber, S., M. Hoelzle, and W. Haeberli (2004b), Rock-wall temperatures in the Alps: Modelling their topographic distribution and regional differences, Permafrost Periglacial Processes, 15, 299307.
  • Gruber, S., L. King, T. Kohl, T. Herz, and W. Haeberli (2004c), Interpretation of geothermal profiles perturbed by topography: The Alpine permafrost boreholes at Stockhorn Plateau, Switzerland, Permafrost Periglacial Processes, 15, 349357.
  • Hall, K., C. E. Thorn, N. Matsuoka, and A. Prick (2002), Weathering in cold regions: Some thoughts and perspectives, Progress Phys. Geogr., 26, 577603.
  • Harris, C., D. Vonder Mühll, W. Isaksen, W. Haeberli, J. L. Sollid, L. King, P. Homlund, F. Dramis, M. Guglielmin, and D. Palacios (2003), Warming permafrost in European mountains, Global Planet. Change, 39, 215225.
  • Hauck, C. (2001), Geophysical methods for detecting permafrost in high mountains, Ph.D. thesis, 204 pp., ETH Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland.
  • Hauck, C. (2002), Frozen ground monitoring using DC resistivity tomography, Geophys. Res. Lett., 29(21), 2016, doi:10.1029/2002GL014995.
  • Hauck, C., and D. Vonder Mühll (2003), Inversion and interpretation of two-dimensional geoelectrical measurements for detecting permafrost in mountainous regions, Permafrost Periglacial Processes, 14, 305318.
  • Holcombe, H. T., and G. R. Jiracek (1984), Three-dimensional terrain corrections in resistivity surveys, Geophysics, 49, 439452.
  • Hungr, O., S. G. Evans, and J. Hazzard (1999), Magnitude and frequency of rock falls and rock slides along the main transportation corridors of southwestern British Columbia, Can. Geotech. J., 36, 224238.
  • Keller, G. V., and F. C. Frischknecht (1966), Electrical Methods in Geophysical Prospecting, 519 pp., Pergamon, Oxford, U. K.
  • Lautridou, J. P. (1988), Recent advances in cryogenic weathering, in Advances in Periglacial Geomorphology, edited by J. M. Clark, pp. 3347, John Wiley, Chichester, U. K.
  • Loke, M. H., and R. D. Barker (1996), Rapid least-squares inversion of apparent resistivity pseudosections by a quasi-Newton method, Geophys. Prospect., 44, 131152.
  • Matsuoka, N. (1990), The rate of bedrock weathering by frost action: Field measurements and a predictive model, Earth Surf. Processes Landforms, 15, 7390.
  • Matsuoka, N. (2001), Microgelivation versus macrogelivation: Towards bridging the gap between laboratory and field frost weathering, Permafrost Periglacial Processes, 12, 299313.
  • McGinnis, L. D., K. Nakao, and C. C. Clark (1973), Geophysical identification of frozen and unfrozen ground, Antarctica, paper presented at 2nd International Conference on Permafrost, Yakutsk, Russia.
  • Murton, J. B., J.-P. Coutard, J. P. Lautridou, J.-C. Ozouf, D. A. Robinson, R. B. G. Williams, G. Guillemet, and P. Simmons (2000), Experimental design for a pilot study on bedrock weathering near the permafrost table, Earth Surf. Processes. Landforms, 25, 12811294.
  • Noetzli, J., M. Hoelzle, and W. Haeberli (2003), Mountain permafrost and recent Alpine rock-fall events: A GIS-based approach to determine critical factors, paper presented at 8th International Conference on Permafrost, Swets and Zeitlinger, Zurich, Switzerland.
  • Noetzli, J., S. Gruber, T. Kohl, N. Salzmann, and W. Haeberli (2007), Three-dimensional distribution and evolution of permafrost temperatures in idealized high-mountain topography, J. Geophys. Res., 112, F02S13, doi:10.1029/2006JF000545.
  • Peter, M. (2003), Untersuchungen von Felstemperaturen im alpinen Permafrost, Diploma thesis, Univ. of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland.
  • Prinz, H. (1997), Abriβder Ingenieurgeologie, 546 pp., Enke, Stuttgart, Germany.
  • Salzmann, N., J. Nötzli, C. Hauck, S. Gruber, M. Hoelzle, and W. Haeberli (2007), Ground surface temperature scenarios in complex high-mountain topography based on regional climate model results, J. Geophys. Res., 112, F02S12, doi:10.1029/2006JF000527.
  • Sass, O. (1998), Die Steuerung von Steinschlagmenge durch Mikroklima, Gesteinsfeuchte und Gesteinseigenschaften im westlichen Karwendelgebirge, Münchner Geogr. Abh., Reihe B, 29, 1175.
  • Sass, O. (2003), Moisture distribution in rockwalls derived from 2D-resistivity measurements, Z. Geomorph. Suppl., 132, 5169.
  • Sass, O. (2004), Rock moisture fluctuations during freeze-thaw cycles: Preliminary results from electrical resistivity measurements, Polar Geogr., 28, 1331.
  • Sass, O. (2005a), Rock moisture measurements: Techniques, results, and implications for weathering, Earth Surf. Processes Landforms, 30, 359374.
  • Sass, O. (2005b), Spatial patterns of rockfall intensity in the northern Alps, Z. Geomorph. Suppl., 138, 5165.
  • Telford, W. M., L. P. Geldart, and R. E. Sheriff (1990), Applied Geophysics, 770 pp., Cambridge Univ. Press, New York.
  • Terrana, S., R. Gambillara, L. Scesi, and M. Figaroli (2005), Fissured aquifer in north-western area of Como lake basin: Permeability calculation and relation with springs (central western Como lake, Italy), Geophys. Res. Abstr., 7, 07069.
  • Viles, H. A. (2001), Scale issues in weathering studies, Geomorphology, 41, 6372.
  • Wegmann, M. (1998), Frostdynamik in hochalpinen Felswänden am Beispiel der Region Jungfraujoch - Aletsch, Ph.D. thesis, 144 pp. ETH Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland.
  • Yershov, E. D. (2004), General Geocryology, 604 pp., Cambridge Univ. Press, New York.