Martin Geilhausen

  Martin Geilhausen

Martin Geilhausen
ZHAW Life Sciences und Facility Management
Grüental
8820 Wädenswil

+41 (0) 58 934 55 84
martin.geilhausen@zhaw.ch

Persönliches Profil

Tätigkeit an der ZHAW als

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter
Dozent Geographische Informationssysteme (GIS)
Modulleiter Naturgefahren und Schutzwald (NGS)

www.zhaw.ch/iunr/geoinformatik

Arbeits- und Forschungsschwerpunkte, Spezialkenntnisse

- Paraglaziale Geomorphologie & Sediment Budgets
- Geomorphologische Kartierung, GIS Modellierung & WebGIS
- Geophysikalische Untergrunderkundung
- Terrestrisches Laserscanning & Photogrammetrie
- Fluvialgeomorphologie

Aus- und Fortbildung

07/2013 - 10/2014: Certificate of advanced studies (CAS) in Hochschuldidaktik, Pädagogische Hochschule Zürich (PH Zürich)
seit 09/2008: Doktoratsstudium Geographie an der Naturwissenschaftlichen Fakultät der Paris Lodron Universität Salzburg. Vorraussichtlicher Abschluss 2013
09/2007: Diplom in Geographie, Geologie und Bodenkunde, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
02/2000 - 09/2007: Studium der Geographie, Geologie und Bodenkunde, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn

Beruflicher Werdegang

seit 10/2012: Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter, Forschungsgruppe Geoinformatik, Institut für Umwelt und Natürliche Ressourcen, Zürcher Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften
09/2008 - 09/2012: Projektmitarbeiter, Arbeitsgruppe für Geomorphologie und Umweltsysteme (Prof. Dr. Lothar Schrott), Fachbereich Geographie und Geologie, Universität Salzburg
09/2008 - 09/2012: Lehrbeauftragter, Fachbereich Geographie und Geologie, Universität Salzburg
09/2005 - 08/2008: Entwickler von WebGIS- und Webmapping-Anwendungen, terrestris GmbH & Co. KG, Bonn
07/2007 - 07/2008: Geophysikalischer Messtechniker, geofact GmbH, Bonn (Methoden: Geoelektrik, georadar, Refraktionsseismik, Magnetik & Elektromagnetik)
09/2006 - 02/2007: Studentische Hilfkraft, Prof. Dr. Andreas Hördt, Universität Braunschweig
2004 - 2007: Studentische Hilfkraft, Prof. Dr. Lothar Schrott, Universitäten Bonn & Salzburg

Mitglied in Netzwerken

Projekte

Projektleitung

Mitarbeit an folgenden Projekten

Publikationen

Beiträge, peer-reviewed

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Decadal-scale changes of the Ödenwinkelkess, central Austria, suggest increasing control of topography and evolution towards steady state.

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Geografiska Annaler: Series A, Physical Geography, XX, XX. 1-20. Peer reviewed.

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A 54 years record of sediment yield linked with proglacial sedimentary dynamics

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Electronic supplement vignette to the textbook Key Concepts in Geomorphology, URL: serc.carleton.edu/75530 Peer reviewed.

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Sediment discharge from the proglacial zone of a retreating Alpine glacier

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Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie, Supplement Issue, 57, 2. 29-53. Peer reviewed.

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Suspended sediment yield from an Alpine proglacial zone - quantification & controls

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Electronic supplement vignette to the textbook Key Concepts in Geomorphology; URL: serc.carleton.edu/75411 Peer reviewed.

Beiträge, nicht peer-reviewed

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Budget Remote Phenotyping – Potential and limitations of consumer-grade NIRGB and Red Edge cameras for early detection of plant leaf diseases

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In: 2nd general meeting COST Action FA1306. Conference. (18. April 2016). Copenhagen: FA1306.

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Drohnen zur Beobachtung der Umwelt - Eine konzeptionelle Studie zur Umweltanalyse aus der Luft

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IUNR intern, 1.

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Effective floodplain monitoring using close-range UAV photogrammetry and remote sensing

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In: Symposium for European Freshwater Sciences. Geneva: University of Geneva.

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Innovative Fernerkundungslösungen im Umweltmonitoring

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Transfer, 1.

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Surface classification and change detection in an alpine proglacial zone: application of terrestrial SfM photogrammetry and 3D point cloud processing techniques (Turtmann Valley, Switzerland)

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Geophysical Research Abstracts, 17

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Unlocking the potential of raster-based land use scenarios: a ‘Field to Entity’ approach for realistic scenario visualization.

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In: Silvia Tobias; Marcel Hunziker (Hg.). Junge Landschaftsforschung 2015. Birmensdorf: Zentrum Landschaft WSL.

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Multi-criteria aggregation for sensistive parcel-based census data

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8th International Conference on Geographic Information Science

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Grapevine production during Climate Change

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Xth International Terroir Congress, Tokaj, Hungary

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Grapevine Production During Climate Change

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In: X. Terroir Congress. International congress. (7. Juli 2014). Tokaj, Ungary: xx.

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Is the answer 42? - An evaluation of software frameworks for landscape visualization. A case study from Switzerland

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Geospatial World Forum , 3

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Modeling glacier beds in the Austrian Alps: How many lakes will form in the future?

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Geophysical Research Abstracts, 16

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Proglacial and paraglacial sediment fluxes in the Austrian Alps

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Geophysical Research Abstracts, 16

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Reciprocal relationships between geomorphic and vegetation changes on lateral moraines in the Turtmann glacier forefield, Switzerland

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Geophysical Research Abstracts, 16

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Die Erdoberfläche in Pixeln - Potentiale kostengünstiger Fernerkundungsdrohnen in den Umweltwissenschaften

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N+L Inside, 4/13 19-23.

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Formation of glacial lakes - a recent dynamic process in the Hohe Tauern National Park

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5th Symposion for Research in Protected Areas of the Hohe Tauern National Park 821-828.

Publikationen vor Tätigkeit an der ZHAW


1. Articles & book chapters (*peer review):

*Geilhausen, M. & L. Schrott (2013): A 54 years record of sediment yield linked with proglacial sedimentary dynamics. Electronic supplement vignette to the textbook Key Concepts in Geomorphology. URL: serc.carleton.edu/75530

*Geilhausen, M. & L. Schrott (2013): Suspended sediment yield from an Alpine proglacial zone - quantification & controls. Electronic supplement vignette to the textbook Key Concepts in Geomorphology. URL: serc.carleton.edu/75411

*Smith, M.J., Hillier, J.K., Otto, J.-C. & M. Geilhausen (2013): Geovisualisation. In: John F. Shroder (ed.) Treatise on Geomorphology. Academic Press, San Diego, CA, vol. 3, Remote Sensing and GIScience in Geomorphology, pp. 299-325 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-374739-6.00054-3).

*Schrott, L., Otto, J.-C., Götz, J. & M. Geilhausen (2013): Fundamental classic and modern field techniques in geomorphology – an overview. In: Shroder, J. (Editor in Chief), Switzer, A.D., Kennedy, D. (Eds.), Treatise on Geomorphology. Academic Press, San Diego, CA, vol. 14, Methods in Geomorphology, pp. 6-21 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-374739-6.00369-9).

*Carrivick, J.L., Geilhausen, M., Warburton, J., Dickson, N.E., Carver, S., Brown, L.E. & Evans, A.J. (2013): Spatial distribution and temporal intensity of contemporary geomorphological activity within an alpine mountain catchment. Geomorphology 188:83-95 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.geomorph.2012.03.029).

*Geilhausen, M., Morche, D., Otto, J.-C. & L. Schrott (2013): Sediment discharge from the proglacial zone of a retreating Alpine glacier (Obersulzbachkees, Hohe Tauern, Austria). Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie, Supplementary Issues 57(2):29-53 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1127/0372-8854/2012/S-00122).

*Geilhausen, M., Otto, J.-C., Morche, D. & L. Schrott (2012): Decadal sediment yield from an Alpine proglacial zone inferred from reservoir sedimentation (Pasterze, Hohe Tauern, Austria). Erosion and Sediments Yields in the Changing Environment (Proceedings of a symposium held at the Institute of Mountain Hazards and Environment, CAS-Chengdu, China, 11–15 October 2012), IAHS Publ. 356: 161-172.

*Geilhausen, M., Otto, J.-C. & L. Schrott (2012): Spatial distribution of sediment storage types in two glacier landsystems (Pasterze & Obersulzbachkees, Hohe Tauern, Austria). Journal of Maps (http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17445647.2012.708540).

*Otto, J. C., Gustavsson, M. & M. Geilhausen (2011): Cartography. Design, Symbolisation and Visualisation of Geomorphological Maps. In: Smith, M., Paron, P. & J.S. Griffith (eds.): Geomorphological Mapping. Methods and applications. Developments in Earth Surface Processes 15. Elsevier, London (http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-444-53446-0.00009-4).

*Götz, J., Geilhausen, M. & L. Schrott (2010): Zur Interpretation rezenter Sedimentflüsse in einem paraglazialen Kontext mit einem Vorschlag zur Inwertsetzung geomorphologischer Forschung. Salzburger Geographische Arbeiten 46: 43-63.

Otto, J.-C., Geilhausen, M., Götz, J. & L. Schrott (2009): Die Oberfläche entschlüsseln - Methoden der Geomorphologie zur Erkundung der Erdoberfläche und des oberflächennahen Untergrunds. In: Musil, R. & C. Staudacher (Eds.): Mensch.Raum.Umwelt. Entwicklungen und Perspektiven der Geographie in Österreich. ÖGG-Verlag, Wien; 199 S.

*Schrott, L., Götz, J. & M. Geilhausen (2009): Quantification of sediment storage and flux in an alpine basin (Reintal, Bavarian Alps, Germany). Electronic supplement vignette to the textbook Key Concepts in Geomorphology. URL: serc.carleton.edu/vignettes/collection/31932.html.

*Schrott, L., Götz, J., Geilhausen, M. & D. Morche (2006): Spatial and temporal variability of sediment transfer and storage in an Alpine basin (Bavarian Alps, Germany). Geographica Helvetica 3: 191-201 (http://dx.doi.org/10.5169/seals-72614).


2. Conference Proceedings:

Geilhausen, M. & L. Schrott (2014): Pro- and paraglacial sediment fluxes in the Austrian Alps. Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 16., European Geosciences Union General Assembly (Vienna, 04/2014).

Koehler, D., Geilhausen, M. & A. Linsbauer (2014): Modeling glacier beds in the Austrian Alps: How many lakes will form in future? Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 16., European Geosciences Union General Assembly (Vienna, 04/2014).

Eichel, J., Geilhausen, M., Schnidtlein, S. & R. Dikau (2014): Reciprocal relationships between geomorphic and vegetation changes on ateral moraines in the Turtmann glacier forefield, Switzerland. Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 16., European Geosciences Union General Assembly (Vienna, 04/2014).

Wiesenegger, H., Slupetzky, H. & M. Geilhausen (2013): Formation of glacial lakes - a recent dynamic process in the Hohe Tauern National Park. 5th Symposion for Research in Protected Areas of the Hohe Tauern National Park, Mittersill, Austria (Mittersill, 06/2013).

Carrivick, J., Geilhausen, M., Warburton, J., Dickson, N., Carver, S., Evans, A. & L. Brown (2013): Contemporary geomorphological activity throughout the proglacial area of an alpine catchment. Geophysical Research Abstracts Vol. 15, Vienna, Austria.

Geilhausen, M., Otto, J.-C., Morche, D., & L. Schrott (2012): Decadal sediment yield from an Alpine proglacial zone inferred from reservoir sedimentation (Pasterze, Hohe Tauern, Austria). IAHS-ICCE 2012 International Symposium on Erosion and Sediment Yields in the Changing Environment, Chengdu, China.

Geilhausen, M., Morche, D., Otto, J.-C. & L. Schrott (2012): Will climate change raise sediment yields from glacierized catchments? - considerations from the Obersulzbachkees. PanGEO2012, Salzburg, Austria (Salzburg, 9/2012).

Carrivick, J.L., Geilhausen, M. & J. Warburton (2012): Contemporary geomorphological activity within the proglacial area of an Alpine catchment. BSG 2012 Annual Conference - "Are we putting the model cart before the data horse?", Nottingham, UK.

Geilhausen, M., Morche, D., Otto, J.-C. & L. Schrott (2012): Assessment of suspended and solute load in the proglacial Obersulzbach stream (Hohe Tauern, Austria). Geophysical Research Abstracts Vol. 14, Vienna, Austria.

Geilhausen, M., Wiesenegger, H., Slupetzky, H., Seitlinger, G. & G. Kum (2012): Past, present and future dynamics of recently developed proglacial lakes - examples from the Hohe Tauern Mountain Range (Austria). Geophysical Research Abstracts Vol. 14, Vienna, Austria.

Geilhausen, M. & J.-C. Otto (2012): Smart 'geomorphological' map browsing - a tale about geomorphological maps and the internet. Geophysical Research Abstracts Vol. 14, Vienna, Austria.

Götz, J., Geilhausen, M. & L. Schrott (2011): A tale of two scales - process and archive based sediment budgets in glacier forefields. Geomorphologische Systeme und Klimasignale, Jahrestagung des Deutschen Arbeitskreises für Geomorphologie, Leipzig, Germany.

Geilhausen, M., Otto, J.-C. & L. Schrott (2011): Geomorphic system analysis and paraglacial landform adjustment in two glacier forefields (Pasterze & Obersulzbachkees, Hohe Tauern, Austria). Geophysical Research Abstracts Vol. 13, Vienna, Austria.

Slupetzky, H., Wiesenegger, H., Kum, G. & M. Geilhausen (2011): Entstehung neuer Gletscherseen in den Hohen Tauern als Folge des Klimawandels - Erfassung, Analyse und mögliche zukünftige Entwicklungen. In: Blöschl, G. & R. Merz (Hrsg): Hydrologie & Wasserwirtschaft - von der Theorie zur Praxis. Beiträge zum Tag der Hydrologie 2011, 24./25. März 2011 an der Technischen Universität Wien. Forum für Hydrologie und Wasserbewirtschaftung 30(11).

Geilhausen, M., Otto, J.-C. & L. Schrott (2010): Geomorphological mapping and system analysis of two glacier forefields (Pasterze & Obersulzbachkees, Hohe Tauern, Austria). GeoDarmstadt 2010, Darmstadt, Germany.

Geilhausen, M., Otto, J.-C., Lingg, M. & L. Schrott (2010): Geomorphologische Kartierung und Systemanalyse der Gletschervorfelder von Pasterze und Obersulzbachkees (Hohe Tauern). ÖGC/IAG Working Group on Geomorphology, Gmunden, Austria.

Geilhausen, M., Otto, J.-C. & L. Schrott (2010): Geomorphological mapping and system analysis of two glacier forefields (Pasterze & Obersulzbachkees, Hohe Tauern, Austria). Geophysical Research Abstracts Vol. 12, Vienna, Austria.

Bremer, M., Sass, O., Vetter, M. & M. Geilhausen (2010): Combined application of airborne and terrestrial laser scanning for quantifying sediment relocation by a large debris flow event. Geophysical Research Abstracts Vol. 12, Vienna, Austria.

Geilhausen, M., Otto, J.-C. & L. Schrott (2009): Sediment budgets of glacier forefields - conceptual approach and first results. SourceSink Progress-Meeting, Salzburg, Austria.

Bellinger, J., Götz, J., Geilhausen, M., Rupprechter, M. & L. Schrott (2009): The sediment cascade of the Graden valley - geomorphologic mapping and quantification. SourceSink Progress-Meeting, Salzburg, Austria.

Geilhausen, M., Otto, J.-C. & L. Schrott (2009): Sediment budgets of glacier forefields (Pasterze & Obersulzbachkees, Austria) - conceptual approach and first results. 4th Symposium for Research in Protected Areas of the Hohe Tauern National Park, Kaprun, Austria.

Geilhausen, M., Ebohon, B., Otto, J.-C., Schrott, L., Slupetzky, H., Wiesenegger, H. & G. Kum (2009): Ausgewählte Aspekte der Kryosphäre um die Kürsingerhütte. Klima- und Gletschertage, Neukirchen am Großvenediger, Austria.

Geilhausen, M., Otto, J.-C. & L. Schrott (2009): Sediment budgets of glacier forefields (Pasterze & Obersulzbachkees, Austria) - quantification and temporal variability. Conference Proceedings, 7th International Conference on Geomorphology, Melbourne, Australia.

Geilhausen, M., Götz, J., Otto, J.-C. & L. Schrott (2009):Possibilities for a valorisation of geomorphologic research deliverables. Geophysical Research Abstracts Vol. 11, Vienna, Austria.

Geilhausen, M., Otto, J.-C. & L. Schrott (2009): Sediment budgets of glacier forefields (Pasterze & Obersulzbachkees, Hohe Tauern, Austria) - quantification and temporal variability. Geophysical Research Abstracts Vol. 11, Vienna, Austria.

Geilhausen, M., Sass, O. & L. Schrott (2008): A comparison of geophysical methods in the recently deglaciated forefield of Pasterze Glacier (Lake Sandur, Hohe Tauern, Austria) - Perspectives, Limitations & Geomorphological Implications. 3. Mitteleuropäische Geomorphologietagung, Salzburg, Austria.

Paulsen, H. & M. Geilhausen (2007): SensorGIS - real time geodata. Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial (FOSS4G) conference, Vancouver, Canada.

Geilhausen, M. & L. Schrott (2007): Electrical resistivity and ground penetrating radar: Perspectives and Limitations derived from combined approaches. Geomorphology for the Future, ÖGC/IAG Working Group on Geomorphology, Obergurgl, Austria.

Hartmeyer, I., Prasicek, G., Geilhausen, M., Sass, O. & L. Schrott (2007): A sediment budget of a sandur in the forefield of the Pasterze glacier (Hohe Tauern, Austria). Geomorphology for the Future, ÖGC/IAG Working Group on Geomorphology, Obergurgl, Austria.

Hartmeyer, I., Prasicek, G., Geilhausen, M., Sass, O. & L. Schrott (2007): A sediment budget of a sandur in the forefield of the Pasterze glacier (Hohe Tauern, Austria). Geophysical Research Abstracts Vol. 9, Vienna, Austria.

Geilhausen, M., Hoffmann, T., Hauck, C. & L. Schrott (2007): Anwendung multipler geophysikalischer Methoden zur Rekonstruktion der Flussgeschichte der Sieg. Annual Conference of the Deutsche Geophysikalische Gesellschaft, Aachen, Germany.

Geilhausen, M., Otto, J.-C. & R. Dikau (2006): GMK.digital - geomorphologische Karten im Netz. Vom Archiv zum Prozess, Jahrestagung des Deutschen Arbeitskreises für Geomorphologie, Dresden, Germany.

Schrott, L., Götz, J. & M. Geilhausen (2006): Spatial and temporal varibility of sediment transfer and storage in an Alpine basin (Bavarian Alps, Germany). Vom Archiv zum Prozess, Jahrestagung des Deutschen Arbeitskreises für Geomorphologie, Dresden, Germany.

Schrott, L., Götz, J. & M. Geilhausen (2005): Spatial and temporal variability of sediment transfer in an Alpine basin (Reintal, Bavarian Alps, Germany). Geophysical Research Abstracts Vol. 7, Vienna, Austria.


3. Workshop Proceedings:

Geilhausen, M., Morche, D., Otto, J.-C. & L. Schrott (2011): Sediment discharge from glacier forefields (Pasterze & Obersulzbachkees, Hohe Tauern, Austria). Sixth I.A.G./A.I.G. SEDIBUD Workshop on Sedimentary fluxes dynamics in the changing mountain and polar environment. Zakopane, Poland, 25-27.

Geilhausen, M., Otto, J.-C., Lingg, M. & L. Schrott (2010): Sediment budgets and paraglacial landform adjustment in two glacier forefields (Pasterze & Obersulzbachkees, Hohe Tauern, Austria). Proceedings of the 6th ESF Topo-Europe Workshop, Honefoss, Norway, 40-42.

Geilhausen, M., Otto, J.-C. & L. Schrott (2010): Sediment budgets of glacier forefields (Pasterze & Obersulzbachkees, Hohe Tauern, Austria) - quantification and temporal variability A contribution to Climate Change Research in High Mountain Environments. Proceedings of the SedyMONT Summer School on Detecting Landscape Change, Loen, Norway, 42-46.

Schrott, L., Götz, J. & M. Geilhausen (2005): Spatial and temporal variability of sediment transfer in an Alpine basin (Reintal, Bavarian Alps, Germany). Proceedings of the Workshop Oberflächenprozesse, Göttingen, Germany.


4. Others / popular scientific papers:

Geilhausen, M., Heusler, M. & L. Schrott (2013): Die Umgestaltung der Oberfläche nach dem Schwund des Eises. - In: Lieb, G.K. & S. Slupetzky (Eds.): Gletscherweg Obersulzbachtal. Naturkundlicher Führer zum Nationalpark Hohe Tauern.

Geilhausen, M. (2011): Modellierung der maximal möglichen Seefläche des Unteren Eisboden Sees im Stubachtal unter Verwendung von Georadar und terrestrischem Laserscanning. Technical report, Hydrographical service of the province of Salzburg, 25 pp & map supplements.

Geilhausen, M., Wiesenegger, H., Slupetzky, G. & G. Kum (2011): Die Entstehung eines Gletschersees im Vorfeld des Obersulzbachkeeses. Onsite Information of the SedyMONT Research Project, Postalm & Kürsingerhütte, Obersulzbach, Salzburg, Austria.

Geilhausen, M. & L. Schrott (2011): Der Sandersee an der Pasterze - vom Werden und Vergehen eines Gletschersees. In: Nationalpark Hohe Tauern & Oesterreichischer Alpenverein (Eds.): Die Pasterze. Der Gletscher am Großglockner. Verlag Pustet, Salzburg.

Götz, J., Geilhausen, M. & L. Schrott (2010): Am Oberen Anger (Haltepunkt 9). In: Götz J. & L. Schrott (Eds.): Das Reintal – Geomorphologischer Lehrpfad am Fuße der Zugspitze. Eine Wanderung durch Raum und Zeit mit einem Einblick in moderne geowissenschaftliche
Arbeitsweisen. Pfeil Verlag, München.

Götz, J., Geilhausen, M., Krautblatter, M. & L. Schrott (2010): Methoden zur Erforschung des Untergrundes. In: Götz J. & L. Schrott (Eds.): Das Reintal – Geomorphologischer Lehrpfad am Fuße der Zugspitze. Eine Wanderung durch Raum und Zeit mit einem Einblick in moderne geowissenschaftliche Arbeitsweisen. Pfeil Verlag, München.

Geilhausen M., Götz, J. & L. Schrott (2010): Das Reintal WebGIS. In: Götz J. & L. Schrott (Eds.): Das Reintal – Geomorphologischer Lehrpfad am Fuße der Zugspitze. Eine Wanderung durch Raum und Zeit mit einem Einblick in moderne geowissenschaftliche Arbeitsweisen. Pfeil Verlag, München.


5. CD Rom:

Geilhausen, M., Otto, J.-C. & R. Dikau (2007): GMK.digital - das Online-Portal des geomorphologischen Kartenwerks der Bundesrepublik Deutschland (GMK 25 und GMK 100). CD Rom-Version 1.0. Arbeitsgruppe für Geomorphologie und Umweltforschung, Geographisches Institut, Universität Bonn, und terrestris GmbH & Co. KG, Bonn.


6. Presentations:

Geilhausen, M., Tobias, S., Zwicker, T. & D. Köchli (2014): Is the answer 42? - An evaluation of software frameworks for landscape visualization. A case study from Switzerland. Geospatial World Forum 2014 (Geneva, 05/2014).

Geilhausen, M. & L. Schrott (2014): Pro- and paraglacial sediment fluxes in the Austrian Alps. European Geosciences Union General Assembly (Vienna, 04/2014).

$Geilhausen, M (2013): "Low cost" Fernerkundung - Entwicklung, Potentiale und Grenzen ziviler Fernerkundungsdrohnen. IUNR connect, Institut für Umwelt und Natürliche Ressourcen, Wädenswil, Schweiz.

Geilhausen, M. (2013): "Low cost" und "close range" Fernerkundung im Umweltbereich. Kolloquium Felddiagnostik und Analytik, Institut für Umwelt und Natürliche Ressourcen, Wädenswil, Schweiz.

Geilhausen, M. (2013): Die Erdoberfläche in Pixeln. Potentiale und Grenzen kostengünstiger Fernerkundungsdrohnen. IOeK Lunchtime Colloquium. Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Wädensil, Schweiz.

Geilhausen, M. (2013): Morphometrische Indikatoren zur Analyse des Sedimenttransportpotentials in alpinen Einzugsgebieten. ESRI Campus Day 2013, Hochschule Rapperswil, Schweiz.

Wiesenegger, H., Slupetzky, H. & M. Geilhausen (2013): Formation of glacial lakes - a recent dynamic process in the Hohe Tauern National Park. 5th Symposium for Research in Protected Areas of the Hohe Tauern National Park, Kaprun, Austria.

Geilhausen, M., Morche, D., Otto, J.-C. & L. Schrott (2012): Will climate change raise sediment yields from glacierized catchments? - considerations from the Obersulzbachkees. PanGEO2012, Salzburg, Austria.

Geilhausen, M. & L. Schrott (2012): Sediment yield from glacier forefields and the development of the proglacial zone (Pasterze & Obersulzbachkees, Hohe Tauern, Austria). SedyMONT Final Meeting, Heiligenblut, Austria.

Geilhausen, M. & J.-C. Otto (2012): Smart 'geomorphological' map browsing - a tale about geomorphological maps and the internet. EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria.

Geilhausen, M., Morche, D., Otto, J.-C. & L. Schrott (2011): Sediment discharge from glacier forefields (Pasterze & Obersulzbachkees, Hohe Tauern, Austria). Sixth I.A.G./A.I.G. SEDIBUD Workshop on Sedimentary fluxes dynamics in the changing mountain and polar environment, Zakopane, Poland.

Geilhausen, M., Otto, J.-C. & L. Schrott (2011): Geomorphic system analysis and paraglacial landform adjustment in two glacier forefields (Pasterze & Obersulzbachkees, Hohe Tauern, Austria). EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria.

Geilhausen, M. (2011): Sediment budgets and paraglacial landform adjustment in two glacier forefields (Pasterze & Obersulzbachkees, Hohe Tauern, Austria). SedyMONT Workshop, Bologna, Italy.

Geilhausen, M. (2011): Zum Sedimenthaushalt in den Gletschervorfeldern von Pasterze und Obersulzbachkees (Hohe Tauern, Österreich) - Quantifizierung und raum-zeitliche Variabilität, Geographisches Kolloquium, University of Salzburg, Austria.

Geilhausen, M., Otto, J.-C., Lingg, M. & L. Schrott (2010): Sediment budgets and paraglacial landform adjustment in two glacier forefields (Pasterze & Obersulzbachkees, Hohe Tauern, Austria). 6th ESF Topo-Europe Workshop, Honefoss, Norway.

Geilhausen, M., Otto, J.-C., Lingg, M. & L. Schrott (2010): Sediment budgets of glacier forefields (Pasterze & Obersulzbachkees, Hohe Tauern, Austria) - quantification and temporal variability. ESF Topo-Europe Workshop and Summer School on Detecting Landscape Change, Loen, Norway.

Geilhausen, M., Otto, J.-C., Lingg, M. & L. Schrott (2010): Sediment budgets for glacier forefields (Pasterze & Obersulzbachkees, Upper Tauern, Austria) - quantification and temporal variability. SedyMONT Workshop, Leuk, Switzerland.

Geilhausen, M. (2010): Zum Sedimenthaushalt in Gletschervorfeldern. PhD students seminar, University of Salzburg, Austria
Otto, J.-C., Geilhausen, M., Löwner, M.-O. & L. Schrott (2009): Integrating surface and subsurface information – towards the development of a geomorphologic information system. 7th International Conference on Geomorphology, Melbourne, Australia.

Geilhausen, M. (2009): Towards establishing sediment budgets of glacier forefields. PhD students seminar on oral scientific presentations skills, University of Salzburg, Austria.

Schrott, L., Otto, J.-C. & M. Geilhausen (2009): Sediment budgets for glacier forefields (Pasterze & Obersulzbachkees, Upper Tauern, Austria) - quantification and temporal variability. SedyMONT Kick-Off, Leuk, Switzerland.

Geilhausen, M. (2008): A sediment budget of a glacier forefield - quantification and temporal variability. A contribution to Climate Change Research in High Mountain Environments. PhD students seminar, University of Salzburg, Austria.

Schrott, L., Sass, O., Götz, J. & M. Geilhausen (2007): Sediment storage in alpine basins - quantification and geomorphic (de)coupling. EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria.

Schrott, L., Götz, J. & M. Geilhausen (2005): Spatio-temporal variability of sediment transfer and storage in an Alpine basin (Bavarian Alps, Germany). 6th International Conference on Geomorphology, Zaragoza, Spain.