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Landslide hazard mapping by multivariate statistics: comparison of methods and case study in the Spanish Pyrenees

AuthorsBeguería, Santiago ; Lorente, Adrián
Issue Date2002
PublisherCSIC - Instituto Pirenaico de Ecología (IPE)
AbstractThis paper, written as a deliverable of the DAMOCLES project, is a review of the different existing methodologies to landslide hazard mapping by multivariate statistics. Within the DAMOCLES project, multivariate statistical modeis have been applied to different study regions in Italy and Spain. The experience gained has allowed to write this revision, addressing to the differences and advantages of the different tested procedures.
Description20 Pags., 7 Figs., 4 Tabls. DAMOCLES Debrisfall Assessment in Mountain Catchments for Local End-Users. Contract N. EVG1-CT-1999-00007. DAMOCLES project deliverables
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