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The Douro river basin, in north-eastern Portugal, is a very complex region in terms of its geomorphological structure and morphodynamics. More specifically, the region – the Port Wine-growing region, a UNESCO heritage site – is a landslide-prone area resulting from several factors intrinsic to...
Mahabaleshwar is one of the most attractive and important destinations for tourists in Maharashtra, India, which experiences frequent slope failure due to high-intensity rain and complex geological conditions. The litho unit of the area is the Deccan Trap Basalt, the most famous consecutive...
Uttarkashi region of Himalaya was struck by a destructive earthquake (Mw = 6.8) on 19 October 1991 with its epicentre located at 30.78°N latitude and 78.77°E longitude.Here, we use Coulomb stress model for the study of this major event. Coulomb 3.1 application is used to generate the earthquake...
A complete earthquake catalogue of the Western Himalaya (latitudes 30°N–36°N and longitudes 72°E–78°E) for the period of 1501–2010 has been compiled with earthquake magnitude computed in moment magnitude (Mw) scale. Pre- and early twentieth century records of earthquake damage have been...
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