Lothar Schrott
Lothar Schrott
Professor of Physical Geography and Geomorphology, Dept. of Geography, Univ. of Bonn, Germany
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Landslide recognition: identification, movement and courses
R Dikau
(No Title), 1996
Application of field geophysics in geomorphology: advances and limitations exemplified by case studies
L Schrott, O Sass
Geomorphology 93 (1-2), 55-73, 2008
Classic and new dating methods for assessing the temporal occurrence of mass movements
A Lang, J Moya, J Corominas, L Schrott, R Dikau
Geomorphology 30 (1-2), 33-52, 1999
Ground water occurrence and contributions to streamflow in an alpine catchment, Colorado Front Range
DW Clow, L Schrott, R Webb, DH Campbell, A Torizzo, M Dornblaser
Groundwater 41 (7), 937-950, 2003
Spatial distribution of sediment storage types and quantification of valley fill deposits in an alpine basin, Reintal, Bavarian Alps, Germany
L Schrott, G Hufschmidt, M Hankammer, T Hoffmann, R Dikau
Geomorphology 55 (1-4), 45-63, 2003
Quantifying sediment storage in a high alpine valley (Turtmanntal, Switzerland)
JC Otto, L Schrott, M Jaboyedoff, R Dikau
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: The Journal of the British …, 2009
The temporal stability and activity of landslides in Europe with respect to climatic change (TESLEC): main objectives and results
R Dikau, L Schrott
Geomorphology 30 (1-2), 1-12, 1999
Detecting Alpine landforms from remotely sensed imagery. A pilot study in the Bavarian Alps
NJ Schneevoigt, S van der Linden, HP Thamm, L Schrott
Geomorphology 93 (1-2), 104-119, 2008
Some geomorphological-hydrological aspects of rock glaciers in the Andes (San Juan, Argentina)
L Schrott
Geomorphometry in mountain terrain
S Rasemann, J Schmidt, L Schrott, R Dikau
GIS & Mountain Geomorphology. Springer, Berlin, 101-145, 2004
Sediment storage in a mountain catchment: geomorphic coupling and temporal variability (Reintal, Bavarian Alps, Germany)
L Schrott, A Niederheide, M Hankammer, G Hufschmidt, R Dikau
Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie 127 (Suppl), 175-196, 2002
Significance of rockfall magnitude and carbonate dissolution for rock slope erosion and geomorphic work on Alpine limestone cliffs (Reintal, German Alps)
M Krautblatter, M Moser, L Schrott, J Wolf, D Morche
Geomorphology 167, 21-34, 2012
Monitoring rock glacier kinematics with satellite synthetic aperture radar
T Strozzi, R Caduff, N Jones, C Barboux, R Delaloye, X Bodin, A Kääb, ...
Remote Sensing 12 (3), 559, 2020
On the connection between debris flow activity and permafrost degradation: a case study from the Schnalstal, South Tyrolean Alps, Italy
K Sattler, M Keiler, A Zischg, L Schrott
Permafrost and Periglacial Processes 22 (3), 254-265, 2011
Modelling sediment thickness and rockwall retreat in an Alpine valley using 2D-seismic refraction (Reintal, Bavarian Alps)
T Hoffmann, L Schrott
Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie/Supplementary Issues, 153-173, 2002
Global solar radiation, soil temperature and permafrost in the Central Andes, Argentina: a progress report
L Schrott
Permafrost and Periglacial Processes 2 (1), 59-66, 1991
Ice content and interannual water storage changes of an active rock glacier in the dry Andes of Argentina
C Halla, JH Blöthe, C Tapia Baldis, D Trombotto Liaudat, C Hilbich, ...
The Cryosphere 15 (2), 1187-1213, 2021
Current glacier recession causes significant rockfall increase: the immediate paraglacial response of deglaciating cirque walls
I Hartmeyer, R Delleske, M Keuschnig, M Krautblatter, A Lang, L Schrott, ...
Earth Surface Dynamics Discussions 2020, 1-25, 2020
Sediment discharge from the proglacial zone of a retreating Alpine glacier
M Geilhausen, D Morche, JC Otto, L Schrott
Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie 57 (2), 29-53, 2013
Detection of mountain permafrost by combining high resolution surface and subsurface information–an example from the Glatzbach catchment, Austrian Alps
J Otto, M Keuschnig, J Götz, M Marbach, L Schrott
Geografiska Annaler: Series A, Physical Geography 94 (1), 43-57, 2012
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