Rockfor.NET calculates the Probable Residual Rockfall Hazard (PRH) under a forested slope.
PRH is the percentage of rocks that surpasses the forested area of a slope. To calculate the PRH of a given slope,
the fields below should be filled in. As decimal-sign a full stop (.) has to be used.
The underlying principles and methods are explained here.
Please contact us for questions and suggestions.
Rockfor.NET is a probabilistic tool that provides an estimate of the PRH. It should be used as expertise support.
We assume no liability, whatsoever, for any actions taken based on the information provided by Rockfor.NET.
Rockfor.NET is developed by Frédéric Berger (Cemagref Grenoble) and Luuk Dorren.
We gratefully thank the European Union for funding the Provialp Project (Interreg IIIa, Alcotra), as well as the Pôle Grenoblois d'Etudes et de Recherches pour la Prévention des Risques Naturels (PGRN) for the financial support. We also thank the community of Vaujany and the EDF
(Electricité de France) for their support.