Archives: Casi studio

Rio Rudan

Province of Belluno – Italy BASIN DESCRIPTION Rio Rudan basin The Rio Rudan catchment (the name probably derives from the local dialect: Ru = stream and Dan = damage) extends along the southern slope of Monte Antelao (3263 m a.s.l.) on the left bank of …

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Moscardo basin

Province of Udine – Italy BASIN DESCRIPTION The Moscardo catchment The Moscardo catchment (eastern Italian Alps) is one of the most active catchments in Europe in terms of debris-flow events (on average one event per year). The presence of a deep-seated gravitational deformation at the …

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antelao, dolomites, bergsee

Rovina di Cancia

Province of Belluno – Italy BASIN DESCRIPTION Figure 1 – General view of the Rovina di Cancia debris-flow channel and basin. The red and yellow lines show the basins contributing to the initiation area and mouth of Bus de Diau Creek respectively. The Rovina di …

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Gröbentalbach

Tyrol – Austria BASIN DESCRIPTION The catchment area of the Gröbentalbach Gröbentalbach is located south of Innsbruck in Tyrol – Austria. In the case of a debris flow, the state road and, in extreme cases, probably also parts of the settlement are threatened. The catchment …

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Bettelwurf

Tyrol – Austria BASIN DESCRIPTION The catchment of the Bettelwurfmure The catchment of the Bettelwurfmure located in Halltal, east of Innsbruck in Tyrol – Austria. In the case of a debris flow, the valley access road – which is frequently used during summer months- can …

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