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Snow in ski resorts and snow avalanches: measuring and modelling (co-organized)PICO Session
Convener: Florence Naaim-Bouvet 
Co-Conveners: Emma Surinach , Mohamed NAAIM , Thierry Faug , Ulrich Strasser , Samuel Morin , Marc Pons , Thomas Grünewald , Alexander Prokop 
Session details
 / Thu, 21 Apr, 10:30–12:00  / PICO spot 1
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Thursday, 21 Apr 2016
PICO spot 1
Snow Avalanches

10:30–10:32 PICO1.1
EGU2016-1637 | presentation | presentation
Slab entrainment and surge dynamics of the 2015 Valleé de la Sionne avalanches
Anselm Köhler, Jim McElwaine, and Betty Sovilla
10:32–10:34 PICO1.2
Gravitational wet-avalanche pressure on pylon-like structures
Betty Sovilla, Thierry Faug, Anselm Köhler, Djebar Baroudi, Jan-Thomas Fischer, and Emmanuel Thibert
10:34–10:36 PICO1.3
Comparison of seismic and infrasound wave fields generated by snow avalanches
Emma Suriñach, Mar Tapia, Cristina Pérez-Guillén, Giorgi Khazaradze, and Pere Roig
10:36–10:38 PICO1.4
Maximum speeds and alpha angles of flowing avalanches
David McClung and Peter Gauer
10:38–10:40 PICO1.5
EGU2016-1997 | presentation | presentation
Turbulent motion of mass flows. Mathematical modeling
Margarita Eglit, Alexander Yakubenko, and Tatiana Yakubenko
10:40–10:42 PICO1.6
Extended kinetic theory applied to snow avalanches
Matthias Rauter, Jan-Thomas Fischer, Wolfgang Fellin, and Andreas Kofler
10:42–10:44 PICO1.7
Merging a Terrain-Based Parameter with Drifting Snow Fluxes for Assessing Snow Redistribution in Mountainous Areas
Peter Schön, Alexander Prokop, Florence Naaim-Bouvet, Vincent Vionnet, Micha Heiser, Gilbert Guyomarc'h, and Kouichi Nishimura
Snow in ski resorts

10:44–10:46 PICO1.8
Limitations of modeling snow in ski resorts
Robert Steiger and Bruno Abegg
10:46–10:48 PICO1.9
One decade of scientific studies of snow management on Austria’s glacier ski resorts
Andrea Fischer and Kay Helfricht
10:48–10:50 PICO1.10
Integration of snow management practices into a detailed snow pack model
Pierre Spandre, Samuel Morin, Matthieu Lafaysse, Yves Lejeune, Hugues François, and Emmanuelle George-Marcelpoil
10:50–10:52 PICO1.11
Assessing the efficiency of machine made snow production using observations in ski resorts
Pierre Spandre, Hugues Francois, Emmanuel Thibert, Samuel Morin, and Emmanuelle George-Marcelpoil
10:52–10:54 PICO1.12
A Coupled Snow Operations–Skier Demand Model for the Ontario (Canada) Ski Region
Marc Pons, Daniel Scott, Robert Steiger, Michelle Rutty, Peter Johnson, and Marc Vilella
10:54–10:56 PICO1.13
Distributed, explicit modeling of technical snow production and ski area management with the hydroclimatological model AMUNDSEN
Florian Hanzer, Thomas Marke, and Ulrich Strasser
10:56–10:58 PICO1.14
Snow management practices in French ski resorts
Pierre Spandre, Hugues Francois, Emmanuelle George-Marcelpoil, and Samuel Morin
10:58–11:00 PICO1.15
Crossing physical simulations of snow conditions and a geographic model of ski area to assess ski resorts vulnerability
Hugues François, Pierre Spandre, Samuel Morin, Emmanuelle George-Marcelpoil, Matthieu Lafaysse, and Yves Lejeune
11:00–11:02 PICO1.16
A local scale assessment of the climate change sensitivity of snow in Pyrenean ski resorts
Cristina Pesado, Marc Pons, Marc Vilella, and Juan Ignacio López-Moreno
11:02–11:04 PICO1.17
Storing snow for the next winter: Two case studies on the application of snow farming.
Thomas Grünewald and Fabian Wolfsperger
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