Christian Hauck
Christian Hauck
Department of Geosciences, University of Fribourg
Verified email at unifr.ch
TitleCited byYear
Permafrost and climate in Europe: Monitoring and modelling thermal, geomorphological and geotechnical responses
C Harris, LU Arenson, HH Christiansen, B Etzelmüller, R Frauenfelder, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 92 (3), 117-171, 2009
4082009
Advances in geophysical methods for permafrost investigations
C Kneisel, C Hauck, R Fortier, B Moorman
Permafrost and Periglacial Processes 19 (2), 157-178, 2008
1692008
The Convective and Orographically‐induced Precipitation Study (COPS): the scientific strategy, the field phase, and research highlights
V Wulfmeyer, A Behrendt, C Kottmeier, U Corsmeier, C Barthlott, ...
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 137 (S1), 3-30, 2011
1662011
Applied geophysics in periglacial environments
C Hauck, C Kneisel
Cambridge University Press, 2008
1442008
Applied geophysics in periglacial environments
C Hauck, C Kneisel
Cambridge University Press, 2008
1442008
Geophysical imaging of alpine rock glaciers
H Maurer, C Hauck
Journal of Glaciology 53 (180), 110-120, 2007
1382007
Mountain permafrost distribution in Dovrefjell and Jotunheimen, southern Norway, based on BTS and DC resistivity tomography data
K Isaksen, C Hauck, E Gudevang, RS Ødegård, JL Sollid
Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift-Norwegian Journal of Geography 56 (2), 122-136, 2002
1222002
Using DC resistivity tomography to detect and characterize mountain permafrost
C Hauck
Proc. 61st EAGE Conf., 1999, 2-15, 1999
120*1999
Monitoring mountain permafrost evolution using electrical resistivity tomography: A 7‐year study of seasonal, annual, and long‐term variations at Schilthorn, Swiss Alps
C Hilbich, C Hauck, M Hoelzle, M Scherler, L Schudel, I Völksch, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 113 (F1), 2008
1052008
Frozen ground monitoring using DC resistivity tomography
C Hauck
Geophysical research letters 29 (21), 2002
1042002
Mechanisms initiating deep convection over complex terrain during COPS
C Kottmeier, N Kalthoff, C Barthlott, U Corsmeier, J Van Baelen, ...
Meteorologische Zeitschrift 17 (6), 931-948, 2008
1022008
Using DC resistivity tomography to detect and characterize mountain permafrost
C Hauck, DV Mühll, H Maurer
Geophysical prospecting 51 (4), 273-284, 2003
962003
Electrical resistivity tomography monitoring of permafrost in solid rock walls
M Krautblatter, C Hauck
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 112 (F2), 2007
912007
Applicability of electrical resistivity tomography monitoring to coarse blocky and ice‐rich permafrost landforms
C Hilbich, L Marescot, C Hauck, MH Loke, R Mäusbacher
Permafrost and Periglacial Processes 20 (3), 269-284, 2009
902009
Permafrost below the timberline confirmed and characterized by geoelectrical resistivity measurements, Bever Valley, eastern Swiss Alps
C Kneisel, C Hauck, DV Mühll
Permafrost and Periglacial Processes 11 (4), 295-304, 2000
842000
Inversion and interpretation of two‐dimensional geoelectrical measurements for detecting permafrost in mountainous regions
C Hauck, DV Mühll
Permafrost and Periglacial Processes 14 (4), 305-318, 2003
822003
Geophysical methods for detecting permafrost in high mountains
C Hauck
Diss., Naturwissenschaften ETH Zürich, Nr. 14163, 2001, 2001
762001
The European mountain cryosphere: a review of its current state, trends, and future challenges
M Beniston, D Farinotti, M Stoffel, LM Andreassen, E Coppola, N Eckert, ...
Cryosphere 12 (2), 759-794, 2018
752018
Degrading mountain permafrost in southern Norway: spatial and temporal variability of mean ground temperatures, 1999–2009
K Isaksen, RS Ødegård, B Etzelmüller, C Hilbich, C Hauck, H Farbrot, ...
Permafrost and Periglacial Processes 22 (4), 361-377, 2011
722011
New geophysical methods of investigating the nature and distribution of mountain permafrost with special reference to radiometry techniques
DV Mühll, C Hauck, H Gubler, R McDonald, N Russill
Permafrost and Periglacial Processes 12 (1), 27-38, 2001
722001
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