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Preface: Geology and information technology

Mauro De Donatis, Chiara D'Ambrogi
2009 Geoinformatica  
Papers Comparison of GIS-based methodologies for the landslide susceptibility assessment (MAGLIULO et al) The authors test two simple GIS-based methodologies to assess the landslide susceptibility in a  ...  The geological maps and cross sections have been fundamental for synthesizing the geological knowledge of a region, but GIS, 3D digital modelers, and web-based applications allow to easily analyze, interpolate  ...  A Preliminary method for the evaluation of the landslides volume at a regional scale (MARCHESINI et al) This paper describes the implementation of an algorithm aimed to define, with an adequate approximation  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10707-009-0080-9 fatcat:2bnw5xaw4bdjhghvit33y4rg34

A GIS-Based Procedure for Landslide Intensity Evaluation and Specific risk Analysis Supported by Persistent Scatterers Interferometry (PSI)

Silvia Bianchini, Lorenzo Solari, Nicola Casagli
2017 Remote Sensing  
The evaluation of landslide specific risk, defined as the expected degree of loss due to landslides, requires the parameterization and the combination of a number of socio-economic and geological factors  ...  In particular, PSI measurements are useful for the updating of a landslide inventory map of the area of interest and are exploited for the zonation map of the intensity of ground movements, needed for  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs9111093 fatcat:75axycziezhfphu2ge55cpqkni

Assessment methodology for the prediction of landslide dam hazard

S. F. Dal Sasso, A. Sole, S. Pascale, F. Sdao, A. Bateman Pinzòn, V. Medina
2013 NHESSD  
Different deterministic and probabilistic approaches, calibrated using a case test in the middle valley of the Noce River in Basilicata (Italy), were applied and compared at basin scale.  ...  This paper represents a contribution to the study of hazard caused by the interaction between landslides and river courses.  ...  (Public Works) and Mobility Department of Basilicata Region and Geocart Engineering Society for providing survey data and useful information for this research; the scientific coordinators and members of  ... 
doi:10.5194/nhessd-1-5663-2013 fatcat:kcxmhqlyerbzrbunijcevoutc4

Assessment methodology for the prediction of landslide dam hazard

S. F. Dal Sasso, A. Sole, S. Pascale, F. Sdao, A. Bateman Pinzòn, V. Medina
2014 Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences  
Different deterministic and probabilistic approaches, calibrated using a case test in the middle valley of the Noce River in Basilicata (Italy), were applied and compared at basin scale.</p>  ...  </strong> This paper represents a contribution to the study of hazard caused by the interaction between landslides and river courses.  ...  (Public Works) and Mobility Department of Basilicata Region and Geocart Engineering Society for providing survey data and useful information for this research; the scientific coordinators and members of  ... 
doi:10.5194/nhess-14-557-2014 fatcat:s76lzq2jxvad7nsvb5ofml6xbe

Beyond 2D landslide inventories and their rollover: synoptic 3D inventories and volume from repeat lidar data

Thomas G. Bernard, Dimitri Lague, Philippe Steer
2021 Earth Surface Dynamics  
Many efforts have been made to develop landslide mapping methods, based on 2D satellite or aerial images, and to constrain the empirical volume–area (V–A) relationship which, in turn, would allow for the  ...  Despite these efforts, major issues remain, including the uncertainty in the V–A scaling, landslide amalgamation and the underdetection of landslides.  ...  Finally, we wish to acknowledge the European Reasearch Council, the Agence National de la Recherche, the Brittany region and the lidar topobathymetric platform of Rennes University for their financial  ... 
doi:10.5194/esurf-9-1013-2021 fatcat:yt6ecvpvmfcn3ccffn4yorpoem

Susceptibility Maps for Landslides Using Different Modelling Approaches [chapter]

Philip Leopold, Gerhard Heiss, Helene Petschko, Rainer Bell, Thomas Glade
2013 Landslide Science and Practice  
The main objective of the project is to design a method for landslide susceptibility modelling for a large study area. For other objectives of the project see Bell at al. in this volume.  ...  This study focuses on the comparison of different modelling approaches and is part of the research project "MoNOE" (Method development for landslide susceptibility modelling in Lower Austria).  ...  Acknowledgments This study was performed within the project MoNOE, which is funded by the provincial government of Lower Austria.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-31325-7_46 fatcat:vitnopuujrentgym7israozmwm

Recommendations for the quantitative analysis of landslide risk

J. Corominas, C. van Westen, P. Frattini, L. Cascini, J.-P. Malet, S. Fotopoulou, F. Catani, M. Van Den Eeckhaut, O. Mavrouli, F. Agliardi, K. Pitilakis, M. G. Winter (+5 others)
2013 Bulletin of Engineering Geology and the Environment  
This paper presents recommended methodologies for the quantitative analysis of landslide hazard, vulnerability and risk at different spatial scales (site-specific, local, regional and national), as well  ...  Methods used to determine the spatial distribution of landslide intensity, the characterisation of the elements at risk, the assessment of the potential degree of damage and the quantification of the vulnerability  ...  methods for multi-hazard assessment at the regional scale For the first case, the hazard assessment is undertaken independently for each type of landslide, and the results are merged only at the risk  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10064-013-0538-8 fatcat:ctn4hwggszgzzc4nabop76ssoq

Landslide damming hazard susceptibility maps: a new GIS-based procedure for risk management

C. Tacconi Stefanelli, N. Casagli, F. Catani
2020 Landslides. Journal of the International Consortium on Landslides  
of a river obstruction by landslide damming through two main mechanisms: the reactivation of existing landslides and the formation of new landslides.  ...  A prompt evaluation of the dam stability is crucial during the emergency to mitigate its consequences, but a reliable risk assessment can be realized only after the event has occurred, when the available  ...  The scaling exponent can be treated as a random spatial function with autocorrelation properties, both at local and regional scale.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10346-020-01395-6 fatcat:3xnlv4sb25eqzaipvlgu6mqodq

SUSCEPTIBILITY EVALUATION AND MAPPING OF CHINA'S LANDSLIDE DISASTER BASED ON MULTI-TEMPORAL GROUND AND REMOTE SENSING SATELLITE DATA

C. Liu, W. Li, P. Lu, K. Sang, Y. Hong, R. Li
2012 The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences  
A landslide susceptibility (LS) map will then be produced, which can be used for disaster evaluation, and provide basis for analyzing China's major landslide-affected regions.  ...  The study develops a complete algorithm of data collecting, processing, modelling and synthesizing, which fulfils the assessment of landslide susceptibility, and provides theoretical basis for prediction  ...  Acknowledgements The work described in this paper was supported by National  ... 
doi:10.5194/isprsarchives-xxxix-b8-45-2012 fatcat:76qdbqxdy5ewzas6txbxrlyt3e

Impact of event landslides on road networks: a statistical analysis of two Italian case studies

Marco Donnini, Elisabetta Napolitano, Paola Salvati, Francesca Ardizzone, Francesco Bucci, Federica Fiorucci, Michele Santangelo, Mauro Cardinali, Fausto Guzzetti
2017 Landslides. Journal of the International Consortium on Landslides  
costs that regional and local administrations can use rapidly in the aftermath of a landslide event.  ...  This will allow for more accurate and reliable evaluations of the economic costs of landslide events.  ...  Acknowledgements The work was conducted in the framework of the FP7-LAMPRE project and the national project BValutazione Open Access This article is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10346-017-0829-4 fatcat:tujilxjqbvfsdbpwj3o36yfp2u

Modelling Rainfall-induced Shallow Landslides at Different Scales Using SLIP - Part I

Lorella Montrasio, Roberto Valentino
2016 Procedia Engineering  
model at laboratory scale.  ...  The specific characteristics of SLIP allowed to use the same means to model the phenomenon from the scale of the representative elementary volume (i.e. flume laboratory tests) to the medium and large scale  ...  a representative elementary volume of soil in flume tests, at field scale, by considering the stability of a single slope, and at medium-large scale (regional and national scale).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.proeng.2016.08.475 fatcat:nr7h3gvhcjd6noh2l3zfvan4xu

Risk model for landslide hazard assessment

Rosario Morello, Claudio De Capua, Laura Fabbiano, Francesco Lamonaca, Mariacarla Lugarà
2014 IET Science, Measurement & Technology  
This paper proposes a combined model for landslide susceptibility, hazard and risk assessment based on a spatial prediction method and the fuzzy sets theory using geographical information systems (GIS)  ...  To evaluate landslide susceptibility and hazard in the study area in the northwest of Iran, the first step was the construction of a database, which includes three different data groups namely conditioning  ...  In addition, the study area is a data-scarce region, and development of methods for landslide hazard and risk evaluation have always been a challenge in the region.  ... 
doi:10.1049/iet-smt.2013.0121 fatcat:dff2ywnwf5de7ifzjw3mufboza

Development of the landslide risk classification for natural and man-made slopes based on soil watering and deformation extent

Oleksandr Kovrov, Valerii Kolesnyk, Yurii Buchavyi
2020 Mining of Mineral Deposits  
at regional and local levels, zonal-statistical analysis of orographic data for the each region of Ukraine with calculations of the relief integral coefficients, methods for comprehensive evaluation of  ...  The five-level scale for evaluating landslide risk for natural and man-made slopes has been substantiated in terms of their stability control.  ...  The team of authors expresses their gratitude to the reviewers for valuable recommendations that have been taken into account to improve significantly the quality of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.33271/mining14.04.105 fatcat:3ovjwmhf7nd3fld34gskfgizu4

RAPID MAPPING OF FORESTED LANDSLIDE FROM ULTRA-HIGH RESOLUTION UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLE DATA

R. Comert, U. Avdan, T. Gorum
2018 The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences  
As a result of the comparison, 80&amp;thinsp;% of the 240 landslides in the area were detected correctly.</p>  ...  This study presents the preliminary results of the semi-automated mapping of landslides from unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) with object-based image analysis (OBIA) approach.  ...  The authors would like to thank İsmail Bulut from General Directorate of Combating Desertification and Erosion for his valuable suggestions on the site-selection.  ... 
doi:10.5194/isprs-archives-xlii-3-w4-171-2018 fatcat:bszzkggjkrgt7ezfdxi2mdmufe

GIS-based landslide hazard assessment: an overview

Wang Huabin, Liu Gangjun, Xu Weiya, Wang Gonghui
2005 Progress in physical geography  
based landslide hazard assessment: an overview  ...  Acknowledgements Funding of this research was provided by a Grant-in-aid for Scientific Research from the Japan Society of the Promotion for Science and the China Postdoctoral Science Foundation.  ...  The authors wish to express their sincere appreciation for the generous support received from these two organizations. We would also like to thank B.W. Atkinson for his helpful comments.  ... 
doi:10.1191/0309133305pp462ra fatcat:xjq4s3o5ujdkpjr2w7gvwjxtpq
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