Roland Kaitna
Roland Kaitna
BOKU University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria
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Debris flow impact estimation
J Hübl, J Suda, D Proske, R Kaitna, C Scheidl
Proceedings of the 11th international symposium on water management and …, 2009
Analysing debris-flow impact models, based on a small scale modelling approach
C Scheidl, M Chiari, R Kaitna, M Müllegger, A Krawtschuk, T Zimmermann, ...
Surveys in Geophysics 34, 121-140, 2013
Unraveling driving factors for large rock–ice avalanche mobility
D Schneider, C Huggel, W Haeberli, R Kaitna
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 36 (14), 1948-1966, 2011
Effects of coarse grain size distribution and fine particle content on pore fluid pressure and shear behavior in experimental debris flows
R Kaitna, MC Palucis, B Yohannes, KM Hill, WE Dietrich
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 121 (2), 415-441, 2016
Experimental study on rheologic behaviour of debris flow material
R Kaitna, D Rickenmann, M Schatzmann
Acta Geotechnica 2, 71-85, 2007
Modeling debris-flow runout patterns on two alpine fans with different dynamic simulation models
K Schraml, B Thomschitz, BW McArdell, C Graf, R Kaitna
Natural Hazards and Earth System Science 15 (7), 1483-1492, 2015
Frictional behavior of granular gravel–ice mixtures in vertically rotating drum experiments and implications for rock–ice avalanches
D Schneider, R Kaitna, WE Dietrich, L Hsu, C Huggel, BW McArdell
Cold Regions Science and Technology 69 (1), 70-90, 2011
Granular-front formation in free-surface flow of concentrated suspensions
A Leonardi, M Cabrera, FK Wittel, R Kaitna, M Mendoza, W Wu, ...
Physical Review E 92 (5), 052204, 2015
Surface slopes, velocity profiles and fluid pressure in coarse-grained debris flows saturated with water and mud
R Kaitna, WE Dietrich, L Hsu
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 741, 377-403, 2014
The temporally varying roles of rainfall, snowmelt and soil moisture for debris flow initiation in a snow-dominated system
K Mostbauer, R Kaitna, D Prenner, M Hrachowitz
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 22 (6), 3493-3513, 2018
Velocity profiles and basal stresses in natural debris flows
G Nagl, J Hübl, R Kaitna
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 45 (8), 1764-1776, 2020
The application of the risk concept to debris flow hazards
S Fuchs, R Kaitna, C Scheidl, J Hübl
Geomechanik und Tunnelbau: Geomechanik und Tunnelbau 1 (2), 120-129, 2008
Debris-flow risk analysis in a managed torrent based on a stochastic life-cycle performance
JAB Cánovas, M Stoffel, C Corona, K Schraml, A Gobiet, S Tani, ...
Science of the total environment 557, 142-153, 2016
A new experimental facility for laboratory debris flow investigation
R Kaitna, D Rickenmann
Journal of Hydraulic Research 45 (6), 797-810, 2007
The value of using multiple hydrometeorological variables to predict temporal debris flow susceptibility in an alpine environment
D Prenner, R Kaitna, K Mostbauer, M Hrachowitz
Water Resources Research 54 (9), 6822-6843, 2018
Occurrence conditions of roll waves for three grain–fluid models and comparison with results from experiments and field observation
M Arai, J Huebl, R Kaitna
Geophysical Journal International 195 (3), 1464-1480, 2013
Future changes in annual, seasonal and monthly runoff signatures in contrasting Alpine catchments in Austria
S Hanus, M Hrachowitz, H Zekollari, G Schoups, M Vizcaino, R Kaitna
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 25 (6), 3429-3453, 2021
Trigger characteristics of torrential flows from high to low alpine regions in Austria
D Prenner, M Hrachowitz, R Kaitna
Science of the total environment 658, 958-972, 2019
Debris-flow activity in five adjacent gullies in a limestone mountain range
K Schraml, M Oismüller, M Stoffel, J Hübl, R Kaitna
Geochronometria 42 (1), 60--66, 2015
Silent witnesses for torrential processes
R Kaitna, J Huebl
Dating Torrential Processes on Fans and Cones: Methods and Their Application …, 2012
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