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On the 26th and 27th of March 2013 we organised a training course on rockfall modelling in the Engadin in the Canton of Grisons, Switzerland.

The course language was German. This two-day course dealt with recording of both geo and forest data in the field, automatic tree extraction from laser scanning data, model input data preparation with opensource GIS packages (QGIS and SAGA GIS), hands-on exercise with the model Rockyfor3D and analysis of the output data.

The 16th of June 2010 we organised a training course on rockfall modelling in German/English near Gaschurn (Montafon, Austria).

The training course dealt with recording of both geo and forest datat in the field, automatic tree extraction from laser scanning data, model input data preparation with opensource GIS packages (QGIS and SAGA GIS), hands-on exercise with the model Rockyfor3D and analysis of the output data.

This training course on rockfall modelling was organised on the 23rd of June 2010 with support of the Swiss Federal Office for the Environment (FOEN) and CREALP.

During the morning this French-spoken course took place in the field near Nax, and during the afternoon in a meeting room in Sion. The training course dealt with recording of both geo and forest datat in the field, automatic tree extraction from laser scanning data, model input data preparation with opensource GIS packages (QGIS and SAGA GIS), hands-on exercise with the model Rockyfor3D and analysis of the output data.