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Spatial and temporal prediction of high impact landslides in the framework of a changing rainfall regime

This PRIN project, financed by the Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR), addresses the complex issue of the spatial and temporal prediction of high-impact landslides in the framework of a changing climate, with emphasis on the changes on the precipitation regime. The coordinator of the project is Prof. Francesco Maria Guadagno, at the Università del Sannio, Benevento. Our Research Unit intends to refine existing estimates of the level of societal and individual risk posed by landslides and inundations to the population of Italy. Further, the Research Unit intends to evaluate the geographical and temporal variation of the risk posed by landslides and inundations in the 113-year period between 1900 and 2003.

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