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Identification and mapping of landslide deposits are an intrinsically difficult and subjective operation that requires a great effort to minimise the inherent uncertainty. For the Staffora Basin, which extends for almost 300 km 2 in the northern Apennines, three landslide inventory maps were independently produced by three groups of geomorphologists. In comparing each map with the others, large positional discrepancies arise (in the range of 55-65%). When all three maps are overlain, thedoi:10.5194/nhess-2-3-2002 fatcat:ur75aejnl5haxcb4rn2wr52smm