Theme 2. From Mapping to Hazard and Risk Zonation

Theme 2 From Mapping to Hazard and Risk Zonation
Contact:Paola Reichenbach <> and Snježana Mihalić Arbanas <> 


Session 2.1 Landslide recognition and mapping


1 Benjamin B. Mirus USA Landslides across the USA: occurrence, susceptibility, and data limitations
2 Toyohiko Miyagi Japan Landslide Recognition and Mapping for Slope Disaster Risk Reduction and Management
3 Rafał Sikora Poland New Landslide Inventory Map of the Sudetes Mountains (South-Western Poland)
4 Kamila Pawluszek-Filipiak Poland Opportunities and challenges of the object-oriented automatic landslide detection from the high resolution Digital Elevation Model
5 Mio Kasai Japan Can Repeat LiDAR Surveys Locate Future Massive Landslides?
6 Nguyen Kim Thanh Vietnam Developing recognition and simple mapping by UAV/SfM for local resident in mountainous area in Vietnam – A case study in Po Xi Ngai Community, Laocai province
7 Vladimir Greif Slovakia Landslide activity classification based on Sentinel-1 satellite radar interferometry data
8 Carlo Tacconi Stefanelli Italy Damming predisposition of river networks: a mapping methodology
9 Timotej Verbovšek Slovenia Maximum Likelihood Classification method for detection of litho-geomorphological units in the Vipava Valley, SW Slovenia
10 Pham Van Tien Vietnam Landslides along Halong-Vandon Expressway in Quang Ninh province, Vietnam
11 Tomislav Popit Slovenia Roughness analysis of fossil landslide surfaces in the Vipava Valley, SW Slovenia
12 John Dehls Norway Mapping landslides at a nationwide scale using InSAR: the Norwegian Ground Motion Service
13 Txomin Bornaetxea Spain The Effective Surveyed Area. Uncertainty reduction in field work based landslide inventories.
14 William Schulz USA Use of InSAR at multiple spatial and temporal scales to reveal landsliding mechanisms



Session 2.2 Landslide hazard assessment and zonation – susceptibility modelling


1 Samuele Segoni Italy Landslide susceptibility assessment in complex geological settings: sensitivity to geological information and insights on its parameterization
2 Hiroshi Yagi Japan Landslide susceptibility mapping by interpretation of aerial photographs, AHP and precise DEM
3 Christian Arnhardt UK An expert-based Landslide susceptibility assessment on city scale level with limited data – an example from Kuala Lumpur City
4 Gabriel Legorreta Paulin Mexico Landslide susceptibility in two secondary rivers of La Ciénega watershed, Nevado de Toluca volcano, Mexico
5 Sharad Kumar Gupta India An Ordinal Scale Weighting Approach for Susceptibility Mapping Around Tehri Dam, Uttarakhand, India
6 Meei-Ling Lin Chinese Taipei Potential Analysis of Deep-seated Landslides Caused by Typhoon Morakot Using Slope Unit
7 Lea Tien Tay Malaysia Landslide Hazard Mapping of Penang Island Malaysia based on Multilayer Perceptron Approach
8 Zheng Han China Landslide Susceptibility Mapping Based on the Deep Belief Network: A Case Study in Sichuan Province, China
9 Jie Dou Japan A Comparative study of deep learning and conventional neural network for evaluating landslide susceptibility using landslide initiation zones
10 Domenico Calcaterra Italy Landslide susceptibility assessment by ensemble-based Machine Learning models
11 Anika Braun Germany Overcoming data scarcity related issues for landslide susceptibility modeling with machine learning
12 Jewgenij Torizin Germany Practical accounting for uncertainties in data-driven landslide susceptibility models. Examples from the Lanzhou case study
13 Victor Carvalho Cabral Brazil Assessment of shallow landslides susceptibility using SHALSTAB and SINMAP at Serra do Mar, Brazil
14 Biljana Abolmasov Serbia Regional slope stability analysis in landslide hazard assessment context, North Macedonia example
15 Shoji Doshida Japan Evaluation of secondary landslide susceptibility for the rescue activity using LiDAR UAV data
16 Johnny Alexander Vega Colombia Methodology for landslides assessment causing river channel obstructions and the consequent water shortage in rural communities
17 Edier Aristizabal Colombia Rainfall-induced shallow landslide susceptibility assessment in mountainous and tropical scarse-data region of the Colombian Andes
18 Shahram Nasiri Australia Concerns over reliable earthquake-induced landslide hazard assessment: Developing sophisticated geotechnical databases and 3D landslide inventories
19 Farrokh Nadim Norway Theoretical framework for estimating the annual probability of occurrence of landslides
20 Dalia Kirschbaum USA Multi-scale landslide hazard assessment using remote sensing data
21 Laurie Kurilla Italy Global debris flow susceptibility, current and future impact, based on climate and urbanization trends
22 Paola Reichenbach Italy Evaluating the Terrain Susceptibility to Mass Movements
23 Massimiliano Bordoni Italy Data-driven Modelling of the Spatio-Temporal Probability of Occurrence of Shallow Landslides with the Integration of Satellite Data
24 Corrado Camera Italy Introducing the climate component into landslide susceptibility mapping
25 Greta Bajni Italy The role of climatic predictors for non-stationary rockfall susceptibility modelling
26 Mauro Rossi Italy Probabilistic modeling of rockfall source areas
27 Marco Loche Czech Republic Introducing Land Surface Temperature in Susceptibility Modeling
28 Song Eu Korea Dynamic Landslide Hazard Assessment by Matrix Combination of Soil Water Index and Landslide Susceptibility Map


Session 2.3 Landslide hazard assessment and zonation – temporal and size modelling


1 Stefan Steger Italy A statistical exploratory analysis of inventoried slide-type movements for South Tyrol (Italy)
2 Gabriel Legorreta Paulin Mexico Assessing landslide volume for landform hazard zoning purposes
3 Chris Massey New Zealand Empirical relationships to estimate the probability of runout exceedance for various landslide types
4 Rex L Baum USA Rapid sensitivity analysis for reducing uncertainty in landslide hazard assessment
5 Kana Nakatani Japan Applying debris flow simulation for detailed hazard and risk mapping and for considering effective countermeasures
6 Kaiheng Hu China Debris-Flow Peak Discharge Calculation Model Based on Erosion Zoning
7 Takashi Koi Japan Rainfall-induced lahar occurrences shortly after eruptions and its initiation processes in Japan
8 Jiaying Li China Spatiotemporal Assessment of Geological Hazard Safety along Railway Engineering using a Novel Method: A Case Study of the Sichuan-Tibet Railway, China
9 Mohamed Rouai Morocco Slope Stability and Landslide Hazard in Volubilis Archaeological Site (Morocco)
10 Olivier Dewitte Belgium Landslide Timing in a Changing Tropical Environment: the North Tanganyika-Kivu Rift region, Africa


Session 2.4 Landslide data and information for disaster mitigation


1 Mohd Farid Abdul Kadir Malaysia Risk-informed Land Use Planning for Landslide Disaster Risk Reduction: A Case Study of Cameron Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia
2 Paolo Tarolli Italy Landslides in steep-slope agricultural landscapes
3 Matteo Del Soldato Italy From satellite images to field survey: a complete scheme of lanslide InSAR monitoring
4 Toyohiko MIYAGI Japan Slope disaster risk reduction map as a communication tool for community based DRR in Japan & Vietnam


Session 2.5 Landslide vulnerability of people, communities and the built environment


1 Paola Salvati Italy People vulnerability to landslide: risky behaviours and dangerous conditions by gender and age
2 Erica Akemi Goto USA Using mixed-methods to understand community vulnerability to debris flows in Montecito, CA
3 Dario Peduto Italy Innovation in analysis and forecasting of vulnerability to slow-moving landslides
4 Ricardo Garnica-Peña Mexico On the use of UAVs for landslide exposure of households: La Gloria neighbourhood, Teziutlán, Puebla
5 Aditi Singh India Site-specific risk assessment of buildings exposed to rock fall in India- A case study
6 Michio Ishigaki Japan The Advanced Method for Detecting Geotechnical Risks of Landslide Failures by Surveying Historical Surface Deformation and Underground Water
7 Settimio Ferlisi Italy Quantitative analysis of the consequences induced by slow-moving landslides to a road network in southern Italy
8 Kuntala Bhusan India Landslide Scenario in North Eastern Region of India and Associated Challenges