Tobias Heckmann
Tobias Heckmann
Physical Geography, Catholic University of Eichstaett-Ingolstadt, Germany
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Indices of sediment connectivity: opportunities, challenges and limitations
T Heckmann, M Cavalli, O Cerdan, S Foerster, M Javaux, E Lode, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 187, 77-108, 2018
Geomorphic coupling and sediment connectivity in an alpine catchment—Exploring sediment cascades using graph theory
T Heckmann, W Schwanghart
Geomorphology 182, 89-103, 2013
Sample size matters: investigating the effect of sample size on a logistic regression susceptibility model for debris flows
T Heckmann, K Gegg, A Gegg, M Becht
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 14 (2), 259-278, 2014
Graph theory—Recent developments of its application in geomorphology
T Heckmann, W Schwanghart, JD Phillips
Geomorphology 243, 130-146, 2015
Graph theory in the geosciences
JD Phillips, W Schwanghart, T Heckmann
Earth-Science Reviews 143, 147-160, 2015
Short-term geomorphological evolution of proglacial systems
JL Carrivick, T Heckmann
Geomorphology 287, 3-28, 2017
Sediment connectivity concepts and approaches
S Najafi, D Dragovich, T Heckmann, SH Sadeghi
Catena 196, 104880, 2021
A network theory approach for a better understanding of overland flow connectivity
RJH Masselink, T Heckmann, AJAM Temme, NS Anders, HPA Gooren, ...
Hydrological Processes 31 (1), 207-220, 2017
Retreating ice: Research in pro‐glacial areas matters
T Heckmann, S McColl, D Morche
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 41 (2), 271-276, 2016
Computing spatially distributed sediment delivery ratios: Inferring functional sediment connectivity from repeat high‐resolution digital elevation models
T Heckmann, D Vericat
Earth surface processes and landforms 43 (7), 1547-1554, 2018
From geotechnical analysis to quantification and modelling using LiDAR data: a study on rockfall in the Reintal catchment, Bavarian Alps, Germany
T Heckmann, M Bimböse, M Krautblatter, F Haas, M Becht, D Morche
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 37 (1), 119-133, 2012
A new modelling approach to delineate the spatial extent of alpine sediment cascades
V Wichmann, T Heckmann, F Haas, M Becht
Geomorphology 111 (1-2), 70-78, 2009
Feeding the hungry river: Fluvial morphodynamics and the entrainment of artificially inserted sediment at the dammed river Isar, Eastern Alps, Germany
T Heckmann, F Haas, J Abel, A Rimböck, M Becht
Geomorphology 291, 128-142, 2017
Hydrology and geomorphic effects of a high‐magnitude flood in an alpine river
D Morche, K Schmidt, T Heckmann, F Haas
Geografiska Annaler: Series A, Physical Geography 89 (1), 5-19, 2007
Influence of glacier advance on the development of the multipart Riffeltal rock glacier, Central Austrian Alps
JM Dusik, M Leopold, T Heckmann, F Haas, L Hilger, D Morche, ...
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 40 (7), 965-980, 2015
Runout analysis of a large rockfall in the Dolomites/Italian Alps using LIDAR derived particle sizes and shapes
F Haas, T Heckmann, V Wichmann, M Becht
Earth surface processes and landforms 37 (13), 1444-1455, 2012
Quantifying sediment transport by avalanches in the Bavarian Alps–first results
T Heckmann, V Wichmann, M Becht
Z. Geomorph. NF Suppl 127, 137-152, 2002
Investigating an Alpine proglacial sediment budget using field measurements, airborne and terrestrial LiDAR data
T Heckmann, F Haas, D Morche, KH Schmidt, J Rohn, M Moser, ...
IAHS Publication 356, 438-447, 2012
Quantification and analysis of geomorphic processes on a recultivated iron ore mine on the Italian island of Elba using long-term ground-based lidar and photogrammetric SfM …
F Haas, L Hilger, F Neugirg, K Umstädter, C Breitung, P Fischer, P Hilger, ...
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 16 (5), 1269-1288, 2016
Integrating field measurements, a geomorphological map and stochastic modelling to estimate the spatially distributed rockfall sediment budget of the Upper Kaunertal, Austrian …
T Heckmann, L Hilger, L Vehling, M Becht
Geomorphology 260, 16-31, 2016
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