Articles | Volume 371
Proc. IAHS, 371, 181–187, 2015
Proc. IAHS, 371, 181–187, 2015
12 Jun 2015
12 Jun 2015

Monitoring and modeling slope dynamics in an Alpine watershed – a combined approach of soil science, remote sensing and geomorphology

F. Neugirg et al.

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Digital elevation models acquired with a terrestrial laser scanner were used to study summerly erosion on steep slopes. An existing physical event-based erosion model approach was tested on theses slopes and validated with the laser scanning values. Modeled and scanned values are in 98.4% agreement. Additionally a statistical modeling approach was used to compare the results with a previous study in a nearby area. The comparison showed a good applicability of the model on different slopes.