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New paper entitled " Taking advantage of the ESA G-POD service to study ground deformation processes in high mountain areas: the Valle d’Aosta case study, northern Italy " by Martina Cignetti *, Andrea Manconi, Michele Manunta, Daniele Giordan, Claudio De Luca, Paolo Allasia, and Francesca Ardizzone accepted for publication in the journal Remote Sensing.


New paper entitled "Impact of event landslides on road networks: a statistical analysis of two Italian case studies" by Donnini M., Napolitano E., Salvati P., Ardizzone F., Bucci F., Fiorucci F., Santangelo M., Cardinali M., Guzzetti F. accepted for publication in the journal Landslide


New paper entitled "How Many Rainfall-Induced Landslides Are Detectable by a Regional Seismic Monitoring Network? " published in the proceedings of the 4th World Landslide Forum, Advancing Culture of Living with Landslides, doi:10.1007/978-3-319-53487-9_18.


New paper entitled " Hazard and population vulnerability analysis: a step towards landslide risk assessment" by F. G. Murillo-García, M. Rossi, F. Ardizzone, F. Fiorucci, I. Alcántara-Ayala accepted for publication in the journal Journal of Mountain Science.


New paper entitled "Characterization and quantification of path dependency in landslide susceptibility Geomorphology" by J. Samia, A. Temme, A. Bregt, J. Wallinga, F. Guzzetti, F. Ardizzone, M. Rossi accepted for publication in the journal Geomorphology.


We have started a new effort to map rainfall-induced landslides in the Acquasanta Terme (AP) and the Roccafluvione (AP) municipalities. In three days, through field surveys conducted along major and minor roads, we have mapped more than 500 landslides in an area of less than 100 square kilometres. Our mapping effort will continue in the upcoming weeks.


Review of The Story of Vaiont Told by the Geologist Who Discovered the Landslide. E. Semenda, K-Flash Publisher, Ferarra, 205 pp., €28.00, ISBN 978-88-89288-02-3) Reviewed for Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, Vol. 11: 485–486.


A new book "GIS Open Source" (italian language) was published by Ivan Marchesini, a member of the IRPI team, and some co-authors.


Mihai Niculita and Andrei Adrian (Department of Geography, Faculty of Geography and Geology, University Alexandru Ioan Cuza from Iași) visit our institute for a three months period starting the 1st March 2015.

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