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The core of ecorisQ is made of its members. By joining ecorisQ you will expand your professional network and profit from transparent tools in the field of natural hazard risks. Being an ecorisQ member demonstrates that you are willing to increase the transparancy and reproducibility of natural hazard analyses and that you promote sustainable protection against natural hazards.  

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ELine - Tool for indicating mass movement runout zones

FINT GUI smELine is a tool for indicating mass movement runout zones using the energy line principle. 

ELine delivers maps with runout zones, passing frequencies and estimates of kinetic energies.

ELine is freely available for all members of the association! Become a member or login as a member.

FINT - Tool for detecting trees in surface models

FINT GUI smFINT (Find INdividual Trees) is an application software for Windows for detecting individual trees on the basis of a detailed surface model (such as those created on the basis of aerial or terrestrial laserscanning data). FINT delivers postitions of dominant trees, tree heights and tree diameters.The user manual can be found here.

FINT is freely available for all members of the association! Become a member or login as a member.

RockforNET - Rapid rockfall forest assessment tool

RockforNET is an online tool that estimates the degree of protection of a forest regarding rockfall given the defined conditions. Secondly, it provides the optimal characteristics of a rockfall protection forest given those conditions.

Rockyfor3D - 3D Rockfall modelling

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Rockyfor3D (developed by Luuk Dorren, with support from, amongst others, Frédéric Berger and Franck Bourier IRSTEA Grenoble) is a Windows application that explcitly and realistically integrates the barrier effect of trees on falling rocks. The model is a spatially distributed, probabilistic, process-based model and uses a Digital Elevation Model for the representation of the terrain and raster maps for the input parameters. Rockyfor3D is continuously developed further on the basis of new scientific findings and experiences from the practice. Currently, we are working on new rockfall rebound algorithms and we try to integrate the effect of obliquely felled trees in the model.

The main calculations carried out by Rockyfor3D are:

  • the 3D trajectory of each simulated rock
  • the translational and rotational velocity along its trajectory
  • the energy loss during a rebound on the slope or during a tree impact

Rockyfor3D is freely available for all members of the association! Become a member or login as a member.

SlideforNET - Landslide forest assessment tool

SlideforNET is an online tool that estimates the degree of protection of a forest regarding shallow landsliding given the defined slope and forest conditions. It is based on a slope stability analysis that accounts for lateral reinforcement of tree roots.