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Recent papers

Here we list the most recent publications of members of the group ...
LAND-deFeND – an innovative database structure for landslides and floods and their consequences
Elisabetta Napolitano, Ivan Marchesini, Paola Salvati, Marco Donnini, Cinzia Bianchi, Fausto Guzzetti. Published in Journal of Environmental Management 207 (2018) 203-218. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2017.11.022
Optimizing landslide susceptibility zonation: effects of DEM spatial resolution and slope unit delineation for logistic regression models
Schlögel, R., Marchesini, I., Alvioli, M., Reichenbach, P., Rossi, M., Malet, J.-P. (2017). Optimizing landslide susceptibility zonation: effects of DEM spatial resolution and slope unit delineation for logistic regression models. Accepted for publication in Geomorphology, 24/10/2017.
La conoscenza dei pericoli naturali come supporto ai processi decisionali di governo del territorio
Fondacci L., Alvioli M., Fiorucci F. (2017). La conoscenza dei pericoli naturali come supporto ai proecssi decisionali di governo del territorio. Urbanistica Informazioni 271, 68-69. http://www.urbanisticainformazioni.it/-271-.html
Three-dimensional, time-dependent modeling of rainfall-induced landslides over a digital landscape: a case study
Viet T. T., Alvioli M., Lee G., An H. U. (2017). Three-dimensional, time-dependent modeling of rainfall-induced landslides over a digital landscape: a case study. Accepted for publication in Landslides.
Impact of rainfall spatial aggregation on the identification of debris flow occurrence thresholds
Marra F., Destro E., Nikolopoulos E.I., Zoccatelli D., Creutin J.D., Guzzetti F., Borga M. (2017) Impact of rainfall spatial aggregation on the identification of debris flow occurrence thresholds. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 21, 4525-4532, doi:10.5194/hess-21-4525-2017.

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