Marcel Hürlimann
Marcel Hürlimann
BarcelonaTECH UPC (Associate professor)
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Field and monitoring data of debris-flow events in the Swiss Alps
M Hürlimann, D Rickenmann, C Graf
Canadian geotechnical journal 40 (1), 161-175, 2003
Application of FLATModel, a 2D finite volume code, to debris flows in the northeastern part of the Iberian Peninsula
V Medina, M Hürlimann, A Bateman
Landslides 5 (1), 127-142, 2008
Vertical and lateral collapses on Tenerife (Canary Islands) and other volcanic ocean islands
J Martí, M Hurlimann, GJ Ablay, A Gudmundsson
Geology 25 (10), 879-882, 1997
Detailed debris flow hazard assessment in Andorra: a multidisciplinary approach
M Hürlimann, R Copons, J Altimir
Geomorphology 78 (3-4), 359-372, 2006
Evaluation of approaches to calculate debris-flow parameters for hazard assessment
M Hürlimann, D Rickenmann, V Medina, A Bateman
Engineering Geology 102 (3-4), 152-163, 2008
Evolution of the north flank of Tenerife by recurrent giant landslides
G Ablay, M Hürlimann
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 103 (1-4), 135-159, 2000
Geotechnical classification and characterisation of materials for stability analyses of large volcanic slopes
R Del Potro, M Hürlimann
Engineering Geology 98 (1-2), 1-17, 2008
Characterisation of a volcanic residual soil and its implications for large landslide phenomena: application to Tenerife, Canary Islands
M Hürlimann, A Ledesma, J Martı
Engineering Geology 59 (1-2), 115-132, 2001
Results and experiences gathered at the Rebaixader debris-flow monitoring site, Central Pyrenees, Spain
M Hürlimann, C Abancó, J Moya, I Vilajosana
Landslides 11 (6), 939-953, 2014
Field and laboratory analysis of the runout characteristics of hillslope debris flows in Switzerland
M Hürlimann, BW McArdell, C Rickli
Geomorphology 232, 20-32, 2015
Causes and mobility of large volcanic landslides: application to Tenerife, Canary Islands
M Hürlimann, JO Garcia-Piera, A Ledesma
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 103 (1-4), 121-134, 2000
The decrease in the shear strength of volcanic materials with argillic hydrothermal alteration, insights from the summit region of Teide stratovolcano, Tenerife
R del Potro, M Hürlimann
Engineering Geology 104 (1-2), 135-143, 2009
Conditions favouring catastrophic landslides on Tenerife (Canary Islands)
M Hürlimann, A Ledesma, J Martí
Terra Nova 11 (2‐3), 106-111, 1999
Description and analysis of the debris flows occurred during 2008 in the Eastern Pyrenees
M Portilla, G Chevalier, M Hürlimann
Natural hazards and Earth system sciences 10 (7), 1635-1645, 2010
Morphological and geological aspects related to large slope failures on oceanic islands: The huge La Orotava landslides on Tenerife, Canary Islands
M Hürlimann, J Martı́, A Ledesma
Geomorphology 62 (3-4), 143-158, 2004
Analysis of the ground vibration generated by debris flows and other torrential processes at the Rebaixader monitoring site (Central Pyrenees, Spain)
C Abancó, M Hürlimann, J Moya
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 14 (4), 929-943, 2014
Critical rainfall conditions for the initiation of torrential flows. Results from the Rebaixader catchment (Central Pyrenees)
C Abancó, M Hürlimann, J Moya, M Berenguer
Journal of hydrology 541, 218-229, 2016
Debris-flow monitoring and warning: Review and examples
M Hürlimann, V Coviello, C Bel, X Guo, M Berti, C Graf, J Hübl, S Miyata, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 199, 102981, 2019
Debris-flow forecasting at regional scale by combining susceptibility mapping and radar rainfall
M Berenguer, D Sempere-Torres, M Hürlimann
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 15 (3), 587-602, 2015
Landslide rainfall triggers in the Spanish Eastern Pyrenees
J Corominas, J Moya, M Hürlimann
Mediterranean Storms, Proceedings of the 4th Plinius Conference, 2002
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