Johan Gaume
Johan Gaume
Assistant Professor, EPFL, Lausanne. Head of the Snow and Avalanche Simulation Laboratory SLAB.
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei slf.ch
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Mapping extreme snowfalls in the French Alps using max‐stable processes
J Gaume, N Eckert, G Chambon, M Naaim, L Bel
Water Resources Research 49 (2), 1079-1098, 2013
502013
Snow fracture in relation to slab avalanche release: critical state for the onset of crack propagation
J Gaume, A van Herwijnen, G Chambon, N Wever, J Schweizer
The Cryosphere 11, 217-228, 2017
492017
Modeling of crack propagation in weak snowpack layers using the discrete element method
J Gaume, A van Herwijnen, G Chambon, J Schweizer, K Birkeland
The Cryosphere Discussions 9, 609-653, 2015
492015
Estimating the effective elastic modulus and specific fracture energy of snowpack layers from field experiments
A Van Herwijnen, J Gaume, EH Bair, B Reuter, KW Birkeland, ...
Journal of Glaciology 62 (236), 997-1007, 2016
392016
A new mixed‐mode failure criterion for weak snowpack layers
I Reiweger, J Gaume, J Schweizer
Geophysical research letters 42 (5), 1427-1432, 2015
362015
Granulation of snow: From tumbler experiments to discrete element simulations
W Steinkogler, J Gaume, H Löwe, B Sovilla, M Lehning
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 120 (6), 1107-1126, 2015
332015
Cross-comparison of meteorological and avalanche data for characterising avalanche cycles: the example of December 2008 in the eastern part of the French Alps
N Eckert, C Coleou, H Castebrunet, M Deschatres, G Giraud, J Gaume
Cold Regions Science and Technology 64 (2), 119-136, 2010
332010
Dynamic anticrack propagation in snow
J Gaume, T Gast, J Teran, A van Herwijnen, C Jiang
Nature communications 9 (1), 1-10, 2018
312018
Evaluation of slope stability with respect to snowpack spatial variability
J Gaume, J Schweizer, A van Herwijnen, G Chambon, B Reuter, N Eckert, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 119 (9), 1783-1799, 2014
282014
Influence of weak-layer heterogeneity on snow slab avalanche release: application to the evaluation of avalanche release depths
J Gaume, G Chambon, N Eckert, M Naaim
Journal of Glaciology 59 (215), 423-437, 2013
282013
Avalanche release 101
J Schweizer, B Reuter, A Van Herwijnen, J Gaume
Proceedings ISSW, 1-11, 2016
262016
Relative influence of mechanical and meteorological factors on avalanche release depth distributions: An application to French Alps
J Gaume, G Chambon, N Eckert, M Naaim
Geophysical research letters 39 (12), 2012
262012
Quasistatic to inertial transition in granular materials and the role of fluctuations
J Gaume, G Chambon, M Naaim
Physical Review E 84 (5), 051304, 2011
242011
Influence of weak layer heterogeneity and slab properties on slab tensile failure propensity and avalanche release area
J Gaume, G Chambon, N Eckert, M Naaim, J Schweizer
192015
Scaling laws for the mechanics of loose and cohesive granular materials based on Baxter's sticky hard spheres
J Gaume, H Löwe, S Tan, L Tsang
Physical Review E 96 (3), 032914, 2017
182017
Fragmentation of wind‐blown snow crystals
F Comola, JF Kok, J Gaume, E Paterna, M Lehning
Geophysical Research Letters 44 (9), 4195-4203, 2017
172017
Snow instability evaluation: calculating the skier-induced stress in a multi-layered snowpack
F Monti, J Gaume, A van Herwijnen, J Schweizer
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 16 (ARTICLE), 775-788, 2016
172016
Temporal evolution of crack propagation propensity in snow in relation to slab and weak layer properties
J Schweizer, B Reuter, A van Herwijnen, B Richter, J Gaume
The Cryosphere 10 (ARTICLE), 2637-2653, 2016
142016
Assessing snow instability in skier-triggered snow slab avalanches by combining failure initiation and crack propagation
J Gaume, B Reuter
Cold regions science and technology 144, 6-15, 2017
132017
A review of finite-element modelling in snow mechanics
EA Podolskiy, G Chambon, M Naaim, J Gaume
Journal of Glaciology 59 (218), 1189-1201, 2013
132013
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