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27.10.2014: If climate warming continues, the conditions in valleys at low-altitudes in the Canton of Grisons could occasionally become too dry for Scots pine and Norway spruce. More
Avalanches, debris flows and rockfalls are everyday occurrences in the mountains. RAMMS is a software package that allows these natural hazard processes to be evaluated and facilitates an assessment of the influences of protective measures.