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Documentation and monitoring of landslides and debris flows for mathematical modelling and design of mitigation measuresPICO session
Convener: Luca Franzi 
Co-Conveners: Marcel Hürlimann , Massimo Arattano , Velio Coviello 
Session details
 / Mon, 24 Apr, 15:30–17:00  / PICO spot 1
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Monday, 24 Apr 2017
PICO spot 1
Debris flows monitoring

15:30–15:40 PICO1.1
Reactivation of a dormant earthflow documented by field monitoring data
Matteo Berti and Alessandro Simoni
15:40–15:42 PICO1.2
Evaluation of different methods for discharge measurement for debris flows at the Lattenbach creek
Johannes Huebl, Andreas Schimmel, and Richard Koschuch
15:42–15:44 PICO1.3
Toward an operational use of debris-flow monitoring stations
Firmin Fontaine, Coraline Bel, Hervé Bellot, and Frédéric Liébault
Study cases and countermeasures

15:44–15:46 PICO1.4
The December 2015 debris flows triggered by Typhoon Melor in Baco, Oriental Mindoro, Philippines (withdrawn)
Francesca Llanes, Kelvin Rodolfo, Carmille Marie Escape, Raquel Felix, and Iris Jill Ortiz
15:46–15:48 PICO1.5
Hydraulic characteristics of debris flows in a drainage channel with stepped dissipater
Huayong Chen, Xiaoqing Chen, and Wanyu Zhao
15:48–15:50 PICO1.6
A new debris flow monitoring barrier to measure debris flow impact/structure/ground interaction in the Gadria torrent | Highlight
Georg Nagl and Johannes Hübl
15:50–15:52 PICO1.7
Regional danger assessment of Debris flow and its engineering mitigation practice in Sichuan-Tibet highway
Pengcheng Su, Zhengchao Sun, and Yong li
Debris flows mechanics and modelling

15:52–15:54 PICO1.8
A research on unsteady period of debris flow surges
Muneyuki Arai
15:54–15:56 PICO1.9
Geomorphologic study and numerical modeling of the T. Regoud debris flows, in Rhemes Valley, Aosta (NW Italy
Giuseppe Mandrone and Andrea Filipello
15:56–15:58 PICO1.10
Physically-based modelling of high magnitude torrent events with uncertainty quantification
Candace Wing-Yuen Chow, Jorge Ramirez, Markus Zimmermann, and Margreth Keiler
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