His main research concerns Landslide, Geotechnical engineering, Debris flow, Entrainment and Natural hazard. The various areas that Oldrich Hungr examines in his Landslide study include Hydrology, Flow and Terrain. His work deals with themes such as Scree and Motion, which intersect with Geotechnical engineering.
In Debris flow, Oldrich Hungr works on issues like Mudflow, which are connected to Landslide classification. His work in Entrainment addresses issues such as Erosion, which are connected to fields such as Plane, Granular material and Angle of repose. His Rockslide study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Mechanism and Liquefaction.
Oldrich Hungr mainly investigates Landslide, Geotechnical engineering, Geomorphology, Debris flow and Flow. His work in the fields of Landslide classification and Rockslide overlaps with other areas such as Natural hazard. His studies deal with areas such as Erosion and Entrainment as well as Geotechnical engineering.
His Geomorphology study which covers Volcano that intersects with Terrain. Oldrich Hungr combines subjects such as Hydrology, Meltwater, Friction angle and Mudflow with his study of Debris flow. His Flow study incorporates themes from Snow and Shear stress.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Landslide, Geotechnical engineering, Seismology, Calibration and Rockfall. His research in Landslide intersects with topics in Cartography and Geophysics. His Geotechnical engineering research incorporates elements of Failure mechanism, Hazard and Debris flow.
Oldrich Hungr has researched Hazard in several fields, including Motion and Simulation. The concepts of his Seismology study are interwoven with issues in Slope stability and Interpretation. His study ties his expertise on Mechanics together with the subject of Rockfall.
Landslide, Geotechnical engineering, Seismology, Mathematical model and Numerical modeling are his primary areas of study. His Landslide study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Natural language processing. Oldrich Hungr has included themes like Terminology and Artificial intelligence in his Natural language processing study.
Oldrich Hungr conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Mathematical model and Debris flow. His Sedimentary depositional environment research spans across into subjects like Geomorphology, Glacier and Event. Other disciplines of study, such as Backward compatibility, Formal description and Civil engineering, are mixed together with his Engineering geology studies.
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The Varnes classification of landslide types, an update
Oldrich Hungr;Serge Leroueil;Luciano Picarelli.
A model for the runout analysis of rapid flow slides, debris flows, and avalanches
Canadian Geotechnical Journal (1995)
A review of the classification of landslides of the flow type
Oldrich Hungr;S. G. Evans;M. J. Bovis;J. N. Hutchinson.
Environmental & Engineering Geoscience (2001)
Debris-flow Hazards and Related Phenomena
Matthias Jakob;Oldrich Hungr.
Quantitative analysis of debris torrent hazards for design of remedial measures
O. Hungr;G. C. Morgan;R. Kellerhals.
Canadian Geotechnical Journal (1984)
A model for the analysis of rapid landslide motion across three-dimensional terrain
Scott McDougall;Oldrich Hungr.
Canadian Geotechnical Journal (2004)
The assessment of rockfall hazard at the base of talus slopes
S.G. Evans;O. Hungr.
Canadian Geotechnical Journal (1993)
Entrainment of debris in rock avalanches: An analysis of a long run-out mechanism
Oldrich Hungr;S.G. Evans.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (2004)
Magnitude and frequency of rock falls and rock slides along the main transportation corridors of southwestern British Columbia
O Hungr;S G Evans;J Hazzard.
Canadian Geotechnical Journal (1999)
Two numerical models for landslide dynamic analysis
Oldrich Hungr;Scott McDougall.
Computers & Geosciences (2009)
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