Azemard Pierre

Azemard Pierre
Cerema Méditerranée, Aix en Provence, France · Laboratoire d'Aix en Provence

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Un mouvement de versant lent de près de 40 Mm 3 est constaté au sein d'une vallée alpine. Afin de prendre en compte ce risque pour l'aménagement et les infrastructures existantes (route et voie ferrées notamment), l'étude de scénarios de rupture brutale, avec le comblement du fond de vallée et embâcle de la rivière s'écoulant au pied de versant, a...
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En 2007, Météo-France et IRSTEA ont initié le projet RHYTMME (Risques Hydro-météorologiques en Territoires de Montagnes et Méditerranéens) destiné à mieux anticiper les aléas liés aux précipitations auxquels la Région Provence – Alpes – Côte d’Azur est particulièrement soumise. Ce projet, financé par la Région, l’Union européenne et le Ministère en...
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The Larzac Plateau is delimited by vertical cliffs whose geometry is controlled by vertical joints. Cliff’s erosion involves landslides initiated by incremental enlargement of joints that progressively detach rock columns at very low velocities (1.2 mm/yr). We find that enlargement of joints is linked to intraseasonal thermal cycles ranging between...

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A real-time mapping system for rainfall induced hazards is available for local and regional authorities and Government agencies in South-eastern France. This system allows, thank to radar rainfall estimation and rainfall-runoff modelling, the real-time warning and monitoring of flash floods wherever they may occur in this territory. It is also intended to enable, during intense rainfall events, the localisation of the streams susceptible to generate debris flows and of the slopes the more likely to trigger landslides and/or rockfalls.