Munich Alpine Hazards and Mitigation Cluster (AlpHaz)


Prof. Michael Krautblatter receives King Albert Mountain Award

Michael received the King Albert Mountain Award on September 1, 2016 in a four-day reunion of the King Albert Memoral Foundation in St. Moritz and  a ceremony at the Diavolezza. The award is given every 2nd year to one researcher for outstanding contributions to the...[mehr]


GNSS Messungen am Hochstaufen

Vom 11. bis 12. August 2016 wurden am Gipfel des Hochstaufen (bei Bad Reichenhall) Folgemessungen des ClimChAlp Projektes durchgeführt (Klimawandel, Auswirkungen und Anpassungsstrategien im Alpenraum, Strategisches Interreg-III-B-Alpenraum-Projekt). Der Lehrstuhl für Geodäsie...[mehr]


DFG Rundgespräch „Anticipative Signals for Alpine Hazards: Geosystem Configurations, Prediction and Forecast (AlpPred)“ (DFG-KR 3912 6-1)

Thomas Wunderlich and Michael Krautblatter organised a DFG-funded Round Table Meeting „Anticipative Signals for Alpine Hazards: Geosystem Configurations, Prediction and Forecast (AlpPred)“ inviting ca. 20 experts from the Technical University of Munich (TUM), the German...[mehr]


Exakte Navigation und sichere Fahrbahn

TUM-Forscher berichten über Arbeit am Gotthard-Basistunnel in der Schweiz[mehr]


New paper in Geomorphology now available online

The Northern Calcareous Alps with their steep mountain torrents are affected by a major number of debris flows per year. In a new paper, appeared in Geomorphology, Andreas Dietrich and Michael Krautblatter investigated several debris flow fans at the Plansee (Austria) and...[mehr]


New geophysical permafrost measurement site at the Zugspitze

The climate-induced degradation of permafrost can influence rock slope stability in alpine areas. Along the crest line of the highest mountain in Germany, the Zugspitze (2960 m asl.), we observe rock creep at the lower permafrost extension boundary in the northern Alps. Since...[mehr]


Analysing the Oberstdorf debris/hyperconcentrated flow event with 500 evacuations

On the 14/06/2015 destructive debris flows occurred at the “Faltenbach” and adjacent torrents in Oberstdorf (Bavaria, Germany). The damages to infrastructure and houses amount to several millions. Andreas Dietrich investigated sediment mobilisation with a 3D laserscanner...[mehr]


Masterthesis on Test-Site Aggenalm / Sudelfeld completed

This thesis gives an overview of deformation measurements carried out in the Aggenalmrutschung monitoring network and its geology. Measurement projects of different institutions and the resulted elements of the point field in the geodetic network will be explained. Existing data...[mehr]


Hornbergl Campaign 2015

Students of the Project "monitoring of alpine natural hazards" carried out the 16th Hornbergl measurement campaign performing GNSS and TPS network observations, terrestrial laser scans and further surveying tasks at Hornbergl Mountain near Reutte, Tirolia. Contact:...[mehr]