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Debris flows are among the most destructive of all water-related disasters. They mainly affect mountain areas in a wide range of morphoclimatic environments. Therefore, accurate prediction of their run out distances, magnitudes and velocities plays a role of paramount importance, in order to plan and design appropriate structural and non-structural defence measures. In this context, a number of Authors have developed methods feasible to evaluate the tendency of a catchment to generate debrisdoi:10.4236/as.2011.21002 fatcat:67nyczrpafa4ph5ibo2lese2uq