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Rock Permafrost Geophysics and Its Explanatory Power for Permafrost-Induced Rockfalls and Rock Creep: A Perspective

@inproceedings{Krautblatter2008RockPG,
  title={Rock Permafrost Geophysics and Its Explanatory Power for Permafrost-Induced Rockfalls and Rock Creep: A Perspective},
  author={Michael Krautblatter},
  year={2008}
}
  • Michael Krautblatter
  • Published 2008
  • Geology
  • Rockfalls and rock creep in permafrost-affected bedrock are an increasing hazard in high mountain areas. Besides temperature measurements and physically-based temperature modeling, geophysics in permafrost rocks provides a new methodology for investigating spatial and temporal patterns of permafrost rocks. First examples of 2D electrical resistivity tomographies and refraction seismic tomographies in permafrost rocks are displayed as well as 3D electrical tomographies. ERT time-lapse inversion… CONTINUE READING

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