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Landslides induced by rainfall represent a significant natural hazard for large part of Europe. The catastrophic flowslides that occurred on steep slopes in Campania (southern Italy) in 1998, 1999, and 2005 were triggered by rainwater infiltration into shallow deposits of pyroclastic soils, which were initially unsaturated. In this work we present a back analysis at two different scales on the effects of infiltration into a layer of pyroclastic soils. The evolution of pore water pressure, waterdoi:10.1016/j.proeps.2014.06.025 fatcat:3h5sq3elkndlped6e4viakkxza