Hans Heinimann
Hans Heinimann
Professor Emeritus, Forest Engineering, ETH Zurich
Verified email at env.ethz.ch
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Methoden zur analyse und Bewertung von Naturgefahren
HR Heinimann, K Hollenstein, H Kienholz, B Krummenacher, P Mani
Umwelt-Materialien 85, 248, 1998
A concept in adaptive ecosystem management—an engineering perspective
HR Heinimann
Forest Ecology and Management 259 (4), 848-856, 2010
Forest operations engineering and management–the ways behind and ahead of a scientific discipline
HR Heinimann
Croatian Journal of Forest Engineering: Journal for Theory and Application …, 2007
A computer model to differentiate skidder and cable-yarder based road network concepts on steep slopes
HR Heinimann
Journal of Forest Research 3 (1), 1-9, 1998
A Model-Based Approach to Predicting Graduate-Level Performance Using Indicators of Undergraduate-Level Performance.
J Zimmermann, KH Brodersen, HR Heinimann, JM Buhmann
Journal of Educational Data Mining 7 (3), 151-176, 2015
Life cycle assessment (LCA) in forestry–state and perspectives
HR Heinimann
Croatian Journal of Forest Engineering: Journal for Theory and Application …, 2012
Quantification of the influence of vegetation on soil stability
M Frei, A Böll, F Graf, HR Heinimann, S Springman
Proceeding of the International Conference on Slope Engineering, 872-877, 2003
Risikoanalyse bei gravitativen Naturgefahren
HR Heinimann
BUWAL, Dokumentation, 1999
Ground-based harvesting technologies for steep slopes
HR Heinimann
Proc. Int. Mountain Logging and 10th Pacific Northwest Skyline Symp …, 1999
Infrastructure resilience assessment, management and governance–state and perspectives
HR Heinimann, K Hatfield
Resilience and risk, 147-187, 2017
Modeling spatial variability in the life-cycle costs of low-volume forest roads
JA Stückelberger, HR Heinimann, EC Burlet
European Journal of Forest Research 125 (4), 377-390, 2006
An application of a heuristic network algorithm to cable logging layout design
W Chung, J Sessions, HR Heinimann
International journal of forest engineering 15 (1), 11-24, 2004
HARVESTING| Forest Operations under Mountainous Conditions
HR Heinimann
Elsevier, 2004
Framework for improving the resilience and recovery of transportation networks under geohazard risks
NY Aydin, HS Duzgun, HR Heinimann, F Wenzel, KR Gnyawali
International journal of disaster risk reduction 31, 832-843, 2018
Optimum geometric layout of a single cable road
L Bont, HR Heinimann
European Journal of Forest Research 131 (5), 1439-1448, 2012
Improved road network design models with the consideration of various link patterns and road design elements
J Stückelberger, HR Heinimann, W Chung
Canadian journal of forest research 37 (11), 2281-2298, 2007
Integration of stress testing with graph theory to assess the resilience of urban road networks under seismic hazards
NY Aydin, HS Duzgun, F Wenzel, HR Heinimann
Natural Hazards 91 (1), 37-68, 2018
Concurrent optimization of harvesting and road network layouts under steep terrain
LG Bont, HR Heinimann, RL Church
Annals of Operations Research 232 (1), 41-64, 2015
Automatic road-network planning for multiple objectives
JA Stückelberger, HR Heinimann, W Chung, M Ulber
Proceedings of the 29th Council on Forest Engineering Conference 30, 233-248, 2006
A resilience-oriented approach for quantitatively assessing recurrent spatial-temporal congestion on urban roads
J Tang, HR Heinimann
PLoS one 13 (1), e0190616, 2018
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