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The M6.9 Sikkim Earthquake of 18 September 2011 caused widespread devastation in the state and adjoining areas from disrupting the road network to damaging structures of commercial, public, and religious values. This event presented another opportunity to further the understanding of earthquake...
One of the spectacular effects of recent atmospheric warming in the Himalayan region has been the creation of meltwater lakes on the lower sections of many glaciers. Climate change is likely to exacerbate further some of these natural hazards such as glacial lake outburst floods (GLOFs), which...
In North-East Wales, United Kingdom, slope instability is a known environmental hazard which has caused significant damage to the built environment in the recent past. This paper reports on the creation of a digital landslide inventory for North-East Wales and the use of a Geographical...
Landslide hazard assessment is a primary tool to understand the basic characteristics of slopes that are prone to landslides, especially during extreme rainfall. In this study, weights-of-evidence modelling a bivariate statistical method, and a logistic regression model, a multivariate...
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