P 1.1
Development of landslide susceptibility map for rain-induced landslide by introducing the factor of safety model in Sri Lanka
  • S. Bandaranayake, S. Goto, S. Karunarathne
  • Sajith Bandaranayake
P 1.2
Observation of slope deformation around the landslide in Athwelthota in Sri Lanka
  • S. Asano, S. Morita, M. Ootsuka, S. D.M.D, W. A.G.R.P., J. S.H.S.
  • Shiho Asano
P 1.3
  • J. Miyamoto, S. Sassa, H. Ito, R. Makino
  • Junji Miyamoto
P 1.4
Landslide Research and Technology in Patents and International Standards.
  • M. Mikoš
  • Matjaž Mikoš
P 1.5
Different perceptions and actions of landslide-prone communities with established early-warning systems in the Philippines
  • J. Gopez, K. Gesmundo, A. Daag, T. Bacolcol
  • Kenneth Gesmundo
P 1.6
Critically reflecting on engaging communities for establishing community-based early warning systems for landslides
  • J. Paquibot, H. Gasmen, K. Begnotea, J. De Asis, M. Teodoro, R. Kaimo, P. Pagaduan, A. Daag, T. Bacolcol
  • Harianne Gasmen
P 1.7
The search for Little Ice Age landslides in Britain
  • E. Bromhead, M. Ibsen, M. Lee
  • Edward Bromhead
P 1.8
Landslides in popular culture in the British Isles: Examples from fiction
  • A. Dykes, E. Bromhead
  • Alan Dykes
P 1.9
LANDSLIDES AND RISKS TO CULTURAL HERITAGE. Arcos de la Frontera and its tangible, landscape and intangible heritage.
  • M. Zango-Pascual, M. Gíl-Muñoz, P. Montero Vilar, C. Velandia Silva
  • Marga Zango-Pascual
P 1.10
Adopting behavioural theories for landslide risk reduction studies: and overview and future challenges
  • P. Raška
  • Pavel Raška
P 1.12
Catastrophic landslides and Victimology. Comparative legal responde in Spain and Italy.
  • M. Zango-Pascual, V. Macías Caro, P. García Álvarez, M. Díaz Vega
  • Marga Zango-Pascual
P 1.13
Sensitivity analysis of shallow landslide predisposing factors on terraced slopes in the Douro Valley
  • S. Pereira, C. Bateira, P. Valenzuela, P. Capella, F. Alves, M. Natário, J. Valente
  • Susana Pereira
P 1.14
An open-source workflow for the classification and monitoring of river embankments: a case study from the Arno River (Florence, Italy)
  • G. Fibbi, S. Morelli, R. Fanti
  • Gabriele Fibbi
P 1.15
Complex monitoring system for the protection of rock-cut cultural monuments of Georgia affected by geo-hydrological hazards
  • C. Margottini, D. Spizzichino, D. Giordan, P. Allasia, M. Cignetti, D. Notti, D. Godone, G. Kirkitadze, T. Munchava, M. Lobjanidze, A. Nadaraia, M. Elashvili
  • Davide Notti
P 1.16
30 years of Cultural Heritage Landslides and block movements risk assessment: Case studies from Egypt
  • Y. Elshayeb
  • Yasser Elshayeb
P 1.17
High-energy rockfall impact anticipation at the Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut, Luxor, Egypt
  • B. Jacobs, M. Abdelaziz, M. Ahmed, C. Grosse, M. Keuschnig, M. Krautblatter, H. Helal
  • Benjamin Jacobs
P 1.18
Integrated InSAR monitoring of ground displacement on archaeological structures at the ancient Port of Classe (Ravenna, Italy)
  • G. Leoni, F. Ferrigno, L. Guerrieri, F. Menniti, B. Porfidia, D. Spizzichino
  • Gabriele Leoni
P 1.19
Multi-scale protection and conservation of UNESCO cultural heritage affected by geo-hydrological hazards
  • A. Palamidessi, W. Frodella, E. Intrieri, S. Bianchini, V. Tofani, R. Fanti
P 1.20
Mapping ground instability in medieval villages using combined technologies for the definition of potential landslides scenarios
  • S. Morelli, M. Francioni, R. Bonì, M. De Donatis
  • Stefano Morelli
P 1.21
Multisensor remote surveys for the study of landslides affecting the UNESCO World Heritage "Tempio di Giunone" slopes ("Valle dei Templi", Sicily)
  • G. Pappalardo, S. Mineo, D. Caliò, R. Macciotta, S. Sharifi, L. Caliò, M. Parello
  • Simone Mineo


P 2.1
Fully integrated UAV LIDAR for the monitoring of landslides in Emilia-Romagna region
  • G. Bertolini
  • giovanni bertolini
P 2.2
An integrated approach for the study of a large landslide in the Emilia Apennines
  • G. Bertolini
  • giovanni bertolini
P 2.3
Long-term monitoring and early-warning of the Sifangbei landslide in the Three Gorges Reservoir Area
  • T. Zeng, K. Yin, D. Peduto, T. Glade, L. Wang, Z. Guo, H. Jiang, B. Jin, L. Wu
  • Taorui Zeng Zeng
P 2.4
Comparison of C-, X- and L-band differential interferometry response: Dobkovičky landslide case study
  • K. Fárová, J. Jelének
  • Kateřina Fárová
P 2.5
Smart Boulders for Monitoring Landslides - A case Study from Nepal
  • B. Dini, G. Bennett, M. Whitworth, A. Franco
  • Michael Robert Zordan Whitworth
P 2.6
Complex slope deformation and displacement patterns in a fjord setting (Vestland county, Norway)
  • P. Snook, T. Scheiber, L. Schild, S. Samnøy, A. Maschler, L. Kristensen, H. Haanes
  • Paula Snook
P 2.7
Multidisciplinary Monitoring of Active Landslide - Case Study of Ruska Nova Ves Landslide, Eastern Slovakia
  • V. Greif, M. Maľa, J. Buša, I. Dostál
  • Vladimir Greif
P 2.8
Analysis of landslide kinematics through Satellite Interferometry: a case study of the Mendatica landslide, western Liguria, Italy
  • S. Dahanayaka, M. Del Soldato, F. Barbadori, G. Pepe, F. Arrighetti, T. Macciò, R. Macciò, A. Cevasco
  • Saduni Melissa Dahanayaka
P 2.9
Landslide monitoring in the town of Seyðisfjörður in the aftermath of the destructive landslide cycle in 2020
  • J. Helgason, M. Stefani, E. Jensen
  • Jón Kristinn Helgason
P 2.10
Applying LoRa Technology on a Wide-stream Monitoring for Landslide
  • C. Kuo, C. Liao
  • Chih-Ming Liao
P 2.11
Structural effect of geological setting on slow-moving landslide displacement pattern
  • N. Necula, S. Puliero, L. Gandolfo, R. Genevois, M. Floris
  • Nicusor Necula
P 2.12
Rapid SAR-based landslide detection and mapping
  • E. Lindsay, R. Frauenfelder
  • Regula Frauenfelder
P 2.13
Monitoring and early warning of landslides in the Philippines: a case study of rainfall-triggered landslides in Iloilo Province during 2022 Severe Tropical Storm Nalgae
  • N. Veracruz, A. Amandy, C. Aquino, A. Dela Victoria, C. Go, R. Rastrullo, C. Cordero, A. Daag, T. Bacolcol
  • Arturo Daag
P 2.14
Determination of landslide kinematics based on UAV photogrammetry with natural field details
  • K. Karwacki
  • Krzysztof Karwacki
P 2.15
Application of statistical clustering technique to diagnose sub-zone activities in potential deep-seated landslide sites
  • P. Tsai, C. Kuo, R. Chen
  • Piwen Tsai
P 2.16
Subsurface fracture ventilation and gas emission and their relation to rock slope deformation
  • A. Maschler, P. Snook, T. Scheiber, L. Schild, S. Samnøy, H. Haanes, L. Kristensen
  • Alexander Maschler
P 2.17
Understanding and reconstruction of the evolution process of the slow-moving landslides in steep canyon
  • Y. Li, Y. Cui
  • Yao Li
P 2.18
Retrieving two-dimensional kinematics of landslides in Tena Valley using ascending and descending Sentinel-1 datasets
  • H. Chen, R. Tomas, C. Zhao
  • Hengyi Chen
P 2.19
Integrated groundwater and slope movements monitoring for the characterization of complex hydrogeoloical processes in deep-seated landslides: an example in the Northern Apennines (Italy)
  • M. Mulas, F. Ronchetti, G. Ciccarese, G. Bertolini, A. Corsini
  • Marco Mulas
P 2.20
A slope stability analysis of Yusui Stream in Southern Taiwan with mulit-stage remote sensing data
  • R. Chen, C. Li, C. Chang, C. Wang, C. Chen
  • Rou-Fei Chen
P 2.21
Deep-seated landslide activity monitoring of coastal highway in eastern Taiwan using adaptive time-series InSAR with integrating Sentinel-1 and remote sensing data
  • C. Lee, C. Lan, C. Tsou, Z. Chen, J. Jou, C. Hsieh, C. Wang
  • Ching-Fang Lee
P 2.22
Seismic monitoring of karst hydrostructures for geological risk management: preliminary findings from Le Capore and Peschiera springs in the Central Apennines, Italy
  • Y. Hussain, D. D'angio', G. Grechi, R. Iannucci, G. Marmoni, S. RIVELLINO, S. Martino, S. Battaglia, C. Mineo, A. Varriale
  • Yawar Hussain
P 2.23
Field monitoring and kinematic behavior of a multi-sliding zones landslide in the Three Gorges Reservoir area
  • C. Xu, X. Hu
  • Chu Xu
P 2.24
Updating landslides' inventory maps in mining areas by integrating InSAR with LiDAR datasets
  • L. Hu, R. Tomas, X. Tang, J. López-Vinielles, G. Herrera, T. Li, Z. Zhang, X. Li
  • Roberto Tomas
P 2.25
Aerial photogrammetry and infrared thermography for the non-contact characterization of rock masses
  • S. Mineo, D. Caliò, G. Pappalardo
  • Simone Mineo
P 2.26
Analysing multi-temporal 3D point clouds from a permanent terrestrial laser scanner: an application for slow-moving landslides monitoring
  • E. Carraro, D. Xia, Y. Jiménez Donato, F. Soto Bravo, R. Kanta, P. Marr, T. Glade
  • Edoardo Carraro
P 2.27
A study on the morphological evolution of Hongye Landslide after the 2016 Morantis typhoon event using the airborne LiDAR derived DEM and MT-InSAR techniques
  • S. Au, G. Lin, R. Chen, C. Lin, Y. Kao, C. Wu
  • Rou-Fei Chen
P 2.28
Measuring slow-moving landslide modifications in bi-temporal Digital Surface Models obtained from historical aerial photographs
  • M. Santangelo, L. Zhang, E. Rupnik, M. Deseilligny, M. Cardinali
  • Michele Santangelo
P 2.29
Ambient-noise shear-wave tomography for landslide structural models retrieval from dense seismological arrays.
  • R. Joachim, L. Myriam, Z. Dimitri, B. Céleste, J. Malet, C. Hibert, C. Bertrand
  • Jean-Philippe Malet
P 2.30
Sparse Gradient array: a new approach to Self-Potential landslide monitoring
  • O. Araujo, M. Rossi, M. Giorgi, S. Picotti, N. Pellinghelli, R. G. Francese
  • Oziel Araujo
P 2.31
A prediction method for initiation locations of landslides and slope failures by the earthquakes and intense rainfalls
  • T. SAITO
  • Takashi SAITO
P 2.32
Multiparameter geophysical surveys for the site characterization of landslides along the Hockai Fault Zone, East Belgium
  • A. Innocenti, V. Dorival, Y. Hussain, D. Caterina, A. Mreyen, L. Cauchie, V. Pazzi, H. Havenith, R. Fanti
  • Agnese Innocenti
P 2.33
Mobile applications of L-band Synthetic Aperture Radar in alpine environments
  • A. Manconi, Y. Bühler, O. Frey, C. Werner, U. Wegmüller
  • Andrea Manconi
P 2.34
Regional characterization of periglacial features in alpine environment based on DInSAR phase and permafrost extent
  • C. Crippa, F. Franzosi, D. Codara, F. Agliardi
  • Chiara Crippa
P 2.35
Analysis of the unstable slope above Portage Glacier (Alaska) through conventional and remote sensing approaches
  • E. Lemaire, A. Dufresne, P. Hamdi, B. Higman, M. Jacquemart, J. Walden, F. Amann
  • Emilie Lemaire
P 2.36
Global inventory of landslides mobilising ice-cemented ground and their associated landforms
  • C. Morino, S. Conway
  • Costanza Morino
P 2.38
Erosion dynamics and debris flow hazard in a changing climate: the case of the Dar river, an alpine torrent in Switzerland
  • A. Gutierrez, M. Derron, N. Gendre, C. Gerber, M. Jaboyedoff, G. Werren
  • Amalia Gutierrez
P 2.39
Dynamics and connectivity of slow-moving landslides in changing tropical landscapes
  • A. Dille, M. Vanmaercke, B. Smets, O. Dewitte
  • Antoine Dille
P 2.40
The capability of county-level ground motion interferometric services of detecting and monitoring landslides in Alpine regions: the case of Switzerland
  • G. Tessari, P. Riccardi, P. Pasquali
  • Giulia Tessari
P 2.41
Multi-temporal SAR interferometry technique for studying slope instability phenomena and their evolution.
  • F. Bovenga, I. Argentiero, A. Refice, R. Nutricato, D. Nitti, G. Pasquariello, G. Spilotro
  • Ilenia Argentiero
P 2.42
Evaluating unsupervised analysis of large satellite InSAR dataset in the Italian Alpine and Apennine mountain regions
  • I. Szakolczai, D. Festa, T. Carlà, F. Raspini, A. Novellino
  • Istvan Szakolczai
P 2.43
InSAR-based monthly updated ground motion Time Series for detecting velocity changes on active landslides
  • S. Bernardie, M. De Michele, D. Raucoules, M. Foumelis
  • Séverine Bernardie
P 2.44
Analysis of different operational rainfall datasets and their impact on slope stability
  • S. Galeazzi, L. Ciabatta, D. Salciarini, L. Brocca, E. Volpe
  • Sara Galeazzi
P 2.45
Surface Soil Moisture Estimate by Integration of Remote Sensing and Low-Cost Field Sensor Network
  • A. Iacopino, R. Bovolenta, T. Cosso, B. Federici
  • Alessandro Iacopino
P 2.46
A near-real-time and dynamic landslide hazard forecasting framework for the Lower Mekong Region
  • N. Biswas, M. Laverde-Barajas, T. Stanley, C. Meechaiya, P. Amatya, D. Kirschbaum
  • Thomas Stanley
P 2.47
Attempts to determine ground surface displacement using inclinometers on deep-seated landslides risk areas-The case of Nagano Prefecture, Japan, in the Jurassic accretionary prism area-
  • M. Matsuzawa
  • Makoto Matsuzawa
P 2.48
Cell Size Effect on Landslide Susceptibility Map of Tasikmalaya Regency, West Java Province, Indonesia
  • T. Kristyanto, A. Lingga, U. Wusqa
  • Twin Hosea Widodo Kristyanto
P 2.49
Variable suction and its effect on stability at the Ripley Landslide near Ashcroft, British Columbia, Canada
  • K. Sattler, D. Elwood, M. Hendry
  • Kelvin Sattler
P 2.50
Estimation Method of Long-term Landslide Movement based on Combining Tank Model and  Lumped Mass Damper Model
  • E. Hamasaki, H. Marui, G. Huruya, M. Krkač, S. Arbanas
  • Eisaku Hamasaki
P 2.51
Numerical modeling of limestone cliffs at a site of high touristic value
  • I. Liso, L. Loiotine, G. Andriani, M. Derron, G. Diprizio, M. Jaboyedoff, P. Lollino, A. Marsico, M. Parise
  • Isabella Serena Liso
P 2.52
A catalog for landslide early warning systems
  • H. Nakaya, G. Devoli, M. Rossi, A. Valdiviezo
  • Graziella Devoli
P 2.53
Hydrologic soil monitoring stations installed in Puerto Rico motivated by landsliding during Hurricane Maria
  • M. Einbund, W. Schulz, S. Hughes, K. Baxstrom, T. Figueroa, K. Cunillera, J. Perez
  • Stephen Hughes
P 2.54
A nation-wide prototype warning system for Italy combining rainfall thresholds and landslide risk indicators
  • S. Segoni, A. Rosi, N. Nocentini, F. Barbadori, C. Medici
  • Samuele Segoni
P 2.55
Prediction of rainfall-induced shallow landslides in pyroclastic deposits through hydrologic controls of slope response to precipitations
  • D. Romàn Quintero, R. Greco, P. Marino, G. Santonastaso
  • Roberto Greco
P 2.56
Near-real-time seismic monitoring improves deep-seated landslides early warning, Jiuxianping, China
  • L. Feng, B. Xin, X. Xiang
  • Liang Feng
P 2.57
Application of Empirical Approaches for Fast Landslide Hazard Management: The Case Study of Theilly (Italy)
  • A. Gatto, F. Barbadori, S. Segoni
  • Alessio Gatto
P 2.58
Developing a spatiotemporal model to integrate landslide susceptibility and critical rainfall conditions. A practical model applied to Rio de Janeiro municipality.
  • P. Muniz Lima, M. Moreno, S. Steger, P. Ivo Camarinha, L. Teixeira Coelho, F. Mandarino, T. Glade
  • Pedro Henrique Muniz Lima
P 2.59
Implementation of an operational Landslide Early Warning System tool for variable antecedent soil hydrological conditions in Campania region (Italy)
  • R. Tufano, D. Lepore, D. Calcaterra, F. Fusco, P. De Vita
  • Rita Tufano
P 2.60
Thresholds definition for site-specific landslide with intermittent deformation in reservoir area: A case study at the Shuiwenzhan landslide (China)
  • S. WU
P 2.61
Improving the operational effectiveness of physically based models for landslide forecasting through a multi-criterial parametrization of soil properties and evaluation of slope stability risk scenarios: the Florence case study
  • G. Morreale, N. Nocentini, E. Masi
  • Greta Morreale


P 3.1
Simulating effects of catch pits by analyzing groundwater and slope displacement
  • C. Jeng, T. Yi, C. Chen, C. Tseng
  • Ching-Jiang Jeng
P 3.2
On the rheological properties of sedimentary and volcanic soils involved in landslide runout processes
  • P. Lollino, F. Dioguardi, G. Capparelli, I. Liso, F. Neglia, R. Sulpizio, M. Parise, P. Dellino
  • Piernicola Lollino
P 3.4
Accuracy of soil mechanics laboratory tests and its influence on the results of slope stability analysis
  • J. Roháč, P. Kycl
  • Jakub Roháč
P 3.5
Analysis of the infiltration processes on the stability of pyriclastic soil
  • G. Capparelli, P. Versace, G. Spolverino
  • Giovanna Capparelli
P 3.6
Požáry rock field laboratory in Central Czechia - new insights on rock behaviour from multiparametric monitoring
  • J. Blahůt, O. Racek, F. Hartvich, M. Loche, M. Petružálek
  • Jan Blahůt
P 3.3
A 4D photogrammetric system for laboratory investigation of flow-like landslides
  • Z. He, D. Liang
  • Zhiwei He
P 3.7
Deformation characteristics and failure mechanism of a cut slope in Butuo County, China
  • R. Zhou, X. Hu, K. He, B. Liu, C. Xi, Y. Zhang
  • Ruichen Zhou
P 3.8
study on design and calculation method of double row piles without coupling beam in binary slope
  • H. Zhao, R. cheng, X. Tang, W. Yuan
  • Hua Zhao
P 3.9
Paraglacial rock slope failures conditioned by repeated seismicity in Prince William Sound, Alaska
  • M. McCreary, J. Moore, E. Jensen, B. Collins
  • Molly McCreary
P 3.10
A resistance model considering sliding-flow transformation for rock avalanche dynamics
  • J. Guo, Y. Cui
  • Jian Guo
P 3.11
A coupled discrete element and Peridynamic model for the rock slope failure simulation
  • T. Ni, X. Fan, Z. Feng, J. Zhang
  • Tao Ni
P 3.12
Detection of dynamic fragmentation in rockfalls: importance of small fragments in fragmentation patterns and deposit distribution
  • C. Lanfranconi, P. Frattini, G. Crosta, F. De Blasio, G. Dattola
  • Camilla Lanfranconi
P 3.13
The Spitze Stei rock instability in Switzerland: Modeling and danger assessment using a novel Material Point Method tool
  • M. Kyburz, B. Sovilla, R. Kenner, J. Gaume
  • Michael Lukas Kyburz
P 3.14
Rockfall hazard mitigation on infrastructures in volcanic slopes using statistical back-analysis. The case study of Gran Canaria, Spain
  • M. Antón-Bayona, M. RODRÍGUEZ-PECES, J. Yepes
  • Jorge Yepes
P 3.15
Experimental and numerical study on the impact force excerted by dry granular flow
  • A. Das, M. Takashi, D. Krengel
  • Dominik Krengel
P 3.16
Weakening mechanism of elastic wave-induced grain vibration in rock avalanche
  • W. Hu, H. Gou, Y. Zheng
  • Wei Hu
P 3.17
Delimiting rockfall runout zones using reach probability values simulated with Rockyfor3D
  • L. Dorren, F. Berger, F. Bourrier, N. Eckert, C. Saroglou, M. Schwarz, M. Stoffel, D. Trappmann, H. Utelli, C. Moos
  • Massimiliano Schwarz
P 3.18
Dynamics of Erosion and Entrainment of the Rock Avalanche Boundary: A Large-Scale Experimental and Modeling Study
  • S. Zhang, M. Meigili, Y. Yin, X. Hu, W. Wang
  • Shilin Zhang
P 3.19
Landslide in urbanised, data-scarce locations under climate change: how can we quantify the uncertainty in their assessment to support hazard mitigation?
  • E. Bozzolan, E. Holcombe, F. Pianosi, T. Wagener
  • Elisa Bozzolan


P 4.55
A spatio-temporal approach to evaluate rockfall exposure in Mallorca (Balearic Islands, Spain)
  • J. López-Vinielles, R. María Mateos, M. Martínez Corbella, C. Reyes-Carmona, A. Barra
  • Roberto Sarro Trigueros
P 4.56
Efficient Intensity Measure for Landslide Vulnerability Assessment of Hillside Buildings
  • M. Kulariya, S. Saha
  • Mahipal Kulariya
P 4.57
A nonstationary extreme value approach to estimating the temporal probability of rainfall induced shallow landslides under climate change
  • H. Kim, J. Lee, J. Lee, K. Lee
  • Hyuck-Jin Park
P 4.1
Landslide evolution in the upper most watershed of Ohmigawa river, central Japan, based on inventory mapping and precise radio carbon dating
  • H. YAGI, G. Sato, R. Yamada, M. Sato
  • Hiroshi YAGI
P 4.2
Databases of rock slope failures; setup and experiences from Norway
  • V. Haugsnes, M. Böhme, R. Hermanns, B. Nordahl, M. Huse Kvam, I. Penna, J. Bendle, M. Bredal, F. Noél
  • Vanja Haugsnes
P 4.3
The Landslide Counteracting System as a tool for landslide risk reduction and support for public administration in Poland
  • P. Marciniec, Z. Perski, T. Wojciechowski
  • Paweł Marciniec
P 4.4
Landslides triggered by an extraordinary rainfall event in Central Italy on September 15, 2022
  • F. Fiorucci, M. Donnini, F. Bucci, M. Santangelo, M. Cardinali, F. Ardizzone, S. Gariano, I. Marchesini, M. Melillo, P. Salvati, G. Esposito, T. Bornaetxea, M. Alvioli, M. Brunetti, S. Peruccacci, S. Grita, O. Althuwaynee, M. Yazdani
  • Federica Fiorucci
P 4.5
Distribution of shallow landslides in tropical mountains based on high-resolution satellite data and UAV surveys: examples from Caldas and Risaralda Departments, Andes, Colombia
  • A. Tomczyk, M. Ewertowski
  • Aleksandra Tomczyk
P 4.6
Assessment Method to the Potential Landslide Barrier Lake Based on the Goemorphological Characteristics in Kaoping River, Southern Taiwan
  • T. Chen, W. Chang
  • Tien-Chien Chen
P 4.7
Landslide susceptibility evaluation using the integration approach of physically based analysis results and data-driven method  
  • J. Lee, H. Park, M. Song, J. Kim, H. Kye, Y. Kim, J. Cha, D. Lee, D. Ha
  • JungHyun Lee
P 4.8
Detecting landslides and flash flood events in data-scarce regional contexts: a methodology developed over the East-African tropics
  • A. Deijns, D. Michea, A. Deprez, O. Dewitte, F. Kervyn, W. Thiery, J. Malet
  • Axel Deijns
P 4.9
GIS tools for debris flows runout assessment through geometric approach
  • L. Falconi, L. Moretti, A. Peloso, C. Puglisi, G. Righini, A. Screpanti
  • Luca Falconi
P 4.10
Debris flow modelling for Flood Risk Management Plans
  • M. Welber, L. Paci, M. Facchini, C. Gregoretti, M. Ferri
  • Matilde Welber
P 4.11
Using Python to automatically draw the landslide susceptibility map of earthquake-induced landslides - A case study of the Chi-Chi Earthquake landslide inventory
  • K. Shen, J. Dong, C. Tseng, C. Lee, C. Lee, H. Yin
  • Chia-Han Tseng
P 4.12
Proposing A Top-Down Data-Driven Framework to Improve NASA's Landslide Situational Awareness System
  • A. Kornejady, I. Islami, M. Samadi
  • Aiding Kornejady
P 4.13
Improvement of existing landslide susceptibility map by introducing the Factor of Safety model in Sri Lanka
  • S. Bandaranayake
  • Sajith Bandaranayake
P 4.14
The national IdroGEO web platform for landslide data collection and sharing
  • A. Trigila, C. Iadanza
  • Alessandro Trigila
P 4.15
Mapping release and propagation areas of permafrost-related rockslope failures in the French Alps to identify hot spots for hazard assessment.
  • M. Cathala, F. Magnin, L. Ravanel, L. Dorren, Z. Nicolas, F. Berger, F. Bourrier, P. Deline
  • Maëva Cathala
P 4.16
Study of estimation methods and development of a system for estimating areas at high risk of sediment transport.
  • N. Nishimura, M. Matsuda, H. Nakaya
  • Naoki Nishimura
P 4.17
Update landslide susceptibility modelling - A new framework to compare and update a regional scale landslide susceptibility model
  • P. Muniz Lima, S. Steger, H. Petschko, J. Goetz, J. Schweigl, M. Bertagnoli, T. Glade
  • Pedro Henrique Muniz Lima
P 4.18
Upscaling and downscaling landslide susceptibility maps
  • M. Marjanović, C. Sandić, U. Đurić, B. Abolmasov
  • Biljana Abolmasov
P 4.19
Exploring functional regression for dynamic modeling of shallow landslides in South Tyrol, Italy
  • M. Moreno, T. Opitz, S. Steger, L. Lombardo, A. Crespi, M. Pittore, C. Van Westen
  • Mateo Moreno
P 4.20
Deep Learning-based Landslide Mapping using Multi-Sensor Satellite Imagery
  • A. Orynbaikyzy, F. Albrecht, W. Yao, S. Plank, M. Motagh, W. Wang, S. Martini
  • Aiym Orynbaikyzy
P 4.21
Role of baseline landslide inventory on the sensitivity of susceptibility models
  • U. Öztürk
  • Ugur Öztürk
P 4.22
Influence of geo-environmental factors on shallow landslide susceptibility in different environments
  • M. Fumagalli, P. Frattini, G. Crosta
  • Micol Fumagalli
P 4.23
How to gain knowledge about unconsolidated hillslope material for regional landslide susceptibility studies?
  • K. Margit
  • Kurka Margit
P 4.24
Definition of Rainfall Thresholds for Shallow Landslides in Colombian Tropical Mountainous Catchments Acopling Physically-Based Model TRIGRS and Probability Density Function
  • R. Jaramillo-Gonzalez, E. Aristizabal, E. García, R. Marín Sánchez
  • Edier Aristizabal
P 4.25
  • N. Brilli, E. Masi, V. Tofani, F. Di Traglia
  • Nicolò Brilli
P 4.26
Data-driven susceptibility assessment integrating predisposing factors derived from engineering geological mapping
  • E. D'Addario, E. Oliveira, E. D'Eramo, L. Marzini, M. Amaddii, R. Giusti, F. Manetti, L. Disperati
  • Enrico D'Addario
P 4.27
Release Areas for Shallow Landslides on Open Slope in Norwegian Landscape: Method Development for Landslide Risk Assessment.
  • J. Pullarello, R. Eilertsen, K. Stalsberg, K. Sletten
  • Jose Santiago Pullarello
P 4.28
The use of rockfall data in statistical analysis and for the validation of rockfall hazard zoning
  • S. Melzner, J. Hübl, M. Conedera, M. Rossi
  • Sandra Melzner
P 4.29
Importance of discontinuity trace mapping in rockfall susceptibility assessments using high-resolution 3D point cloud analysis
  • H. Lukačić, F. Noël, S. Mihalić Arbanas, M. Jaboyedoff, M. Krkač
  • Hrvoje Lukačić
P 4.30
Investigation of the rockfall triggering mechanisms in Slovenia, Europe
  • N. Bezak, M. Jemec Auflic, U. Segina, M. Mikos, J. Sodnik
  • Jost Sodnik
P 4.31
Source area definition and rockfall modelling in El Hierro (Canary Islands, Spain)
  • R. Sarro, M. Rossi, P. Reichenbach, R. Mateos
  • Roberto Sarro Trigueros
P 4.32
Using multi-temporal digital twins of Navagio beach (Zakynthos Island, Greece) for the detection of rock displacements after the 8.9.2022 earthquake
  • A. Konsolaki, E. Vassilakis, S. Karantanellis, K. Asimakopoulou, E. Lekkas
  • Aliki Konsolaki
P 4.33
Technical-economic feasibility study for the reduction of rockfall risk in the locality of St. Magdalena, municipality of Bolzano (Autonomous Province of Bolzano - South Tyrol)
  • D. Costantini, V. Mair, D. Mosna
  • Daniel Costantini
P 4.34
Active landslide mapping in urban mountainous settings through Advanced-Differential Interferometry Synthetic-Aperture Radar time series.
  • D. Caliò, S. Mineo, D. Di Martire, D. Calcaterra, G. Pappalardo
  • Davide calio Calio
P 4.35
Debris flows in urban environments: combining hazard and exposure toward a tailored emergency evacuation response
  • R. Melo, J. Zêzere, S. Oliveira, R. Garcia, S. Oliveira, S. Pereira, A. Piedade, P. Santos, T. van Asch
  • Raquel Melo
P 4.36
Qualitative hazard assessment as first step for landslide consideration in urban planning
  • J. Marturià, P. Buxó, M. Janeras, M. Barbera, J. Ripoll
  • Jordi Marturià
P 4.37
Gestión del riesgo por deslizamientos por lluvias extremas en la ciudad de Arequipa en Perú
  • J. Ccanccapa Puma, A. Hidalgo Valdivia
  • Joel Ccanccapa Puma
P 4.38
Risk management for landslides caused by extreme rains in the city of Arequipa in Peru
  • J. Ccanccapa Puma, A. Hidalgo Valdivia
  • Joel Ccanccapa Puma
P 4.39
Establishment of mountain disaster prevention countermeasures through landslide risk assessment around mountain wind power generation site
  • M. Kim, N. Kim
  • Man-Il Kim
P 4.40
Debris flows risk analysis in the Giampilieri and Briga river basins (SIcily, Italy)
  • L. Falconi, V. Baiocchi, L. Moretti, M. Pollino, C. Puglisi, G. Righini, G. Vegliante
  • Gaia Righini
P 4.41
Physical Vulnerability Mapping of Debris Flow in Urban Areas of Busan, Korea: A Hazard Level-Based Rainfall Approach Using Rainfall Thresholds, Suscepbility Maps, and Vulnerability Curves
  • J. LEE, C. Song, A. Pradhan, Y. Kim
P 4.42
Semi-quantitative Vulnerability of Slope-units in terms of Building Aggregation for Potential Landslide Runout
  • A. Pradhan, Y. Kim, S. Shrestha, J. LEE
  • Ananta Man Singh Pradhan
P 4.43
Landslide distribution on Nepalese hill roads: role of existing construction practices and challenge for sustainable development
  • P. Ghimire
  • Prakash Chandra Ghimire
P 4.44
The rising risk of settlements on large slow-moving landslides
  • J. Ferrer, O. Korup
  • Joaquin Vicente Ferrer
P 4.45
Landslide Hazard mapping in Dui Pui Village, Chiang Mai, Thailand
  • Sato Go
P 4.46
Multidisciplinary approach in evaluating hydrogeological risk affecting linear infrastructures: strategies for risk definition and mitigation
  • F. Bardi, M. Bello, L. Bordo, A. Cintioni, F. Conato, E. Conigliaro, G. Di Martino, N. Di Stefano, F. Draetta, V. Federico, V. Iorio, G. Ingegneri, R. Pizzol, S. Vagnozzi, S. Padulosi
  • Federica Bardi
P 4.47
A nation-wide evaluation of the indirect impacts of hydro-geological events on local economies
  • S. Segoni, S. Clò, F. David
  • Samuele Segoni
P 4.48
A web application for field data collection aimed at landslide-induced damage assessment
  • D. Voltolina, I. Marchesini, S. Sterlacchini, M. Zazzeri, S. Grita, M. Donnini, L. Gariano, M. Alvioli, C. Gencarelli, M. Hammouti, T. Bornaetxea, M. Brunetti, G. Esposito, P. Salvati
  • Paola Salvati
P 4.49
Seamount instabilities of the Mallorca Channel (Western Mediterránean)
  • O. Sánchez Guillamón, J. Vázquez, G. Ercilla, D. Casas, D. Palomino, P. Bárcenas, N. Martínez-Carreño, L. Fernández-Salas, M. Gomez-Ballesteros
  • Gemma Ercilla
P 4.50
Grasp Submarine landslides: combining geomorphological parameters and geostatistical analyses to assess geohazards in the Italian seas.
  • M. bianchini, N. Markezic, D. Casalbore, D. Spatola, S. Ceramicola, F. Chiocci
  • marco bianchini
P 4.51
Geohazard assessment of submarine landslides along the Squillace canyon headwalls, offshore Calabria (Ionian Sea)
  • N. Markezic, S. Ceramicola, E. Forte, D. Morelli
  • Nora Markezic
P 4.52
  • D. Casas, L. RETEGUI, F. Estrada, M. Yenes, J. Nespereira, D. Casalbore, N. López, G. Ercilla, F. Chiocci, J. IDARRAGA, M. Teixeira, J. Ramos
  • Ferran Estrada
P 4.53
Landslides on Mid-Ocean ridges: The Bight Fracture Zone (N Atlantic)
  • F. Estrada, G. Ercilla, I. Alejo, M. Pérez Arlucea, M. Nombela, M. Copete, T. Glazkova, M. Alvarez, A. Mena
  • Ferran Estrada
P 4.54
Characterization of the submarine S- Eufemia slide (Calabro-Tyrrhenian margin, Italy) through the analysis of morpho-bathymetric and seismic data
  • D. Casalbore, E. Martorelli, A. Bosman, F. Chiocci
  • Daniele Casalbore


P 5.18
A Study on Preventive Measures for Earthquake-Induced Landslides in Republic of Korea
  • J. Seo, S. Eu, C. Woo
  • Junpyo Seo
P 5.19
Regional scale landslide activity intensification inferred from satellite SAR interferometry after triggering events and preparation of following landslide scenario
  • B. Antonielli, F. Bozzano, P. Caprari, M. Di Renzo, M. Fiorucci, E. Ghaderpour, R. Marini, G. Marmoni, S. Martino, P. Mazzanti
  • Benedetta Antonielli
P 5.20
Risk assessment and prediction of debris flow disaster in Bailong River Basin,China
  • D. Yue, Y. Zhou
  • dongxia Yue
P 5.21
Using multi-temporal airborne LiDAR digital elevation model for the post-landslide evolution of a deep-seated landslide
  • C. Yang, T. Chen, Y. Cheng, J. Liao, Y. Pan
  • Che-Ming Yang
P 5.22
Field experiment on the spatial - temporal evolution of soil moisture of a rainfall induced loess landslide: implication for early warning
  • S. Bian, G. Chen, X. Meng, Y. Chong, Y. Yang
  • Shiqiang Bian
P 5.23
Causes of Creeping Landslide under Long-Term Disturbances: A case Study of the Likan Highway Landslide
  • S. Zhao, R. Zeng, Z. Zhang, X. Meng
  • Shufen Zhao
P 5.24
Effect of strength attenuation on failure during slope failure evolution
  • Z. Zhang, R. Zeng, X. Meng, S. Zhao, J. Ma
  • zonglin Zhang
P 5.25
Geomorphological features, evolution process and hazard of potential landslides in complex mountaious landscapes
  • W. Liu, Y. Zhang, X. Meng, Y. Li, A. Wang
  • Wangcai Liu
P 5.26
Climate crisis and influence on snowfall in the Italian physical territory in the last thirty years - CLINO1991-202
  • M. Fazzini, L. Baione, A. Raspanti, P. Capizzi, N. Casagli
  • Massimiliano Fazzini
P 5.1
Interconnection of Landslides' activation with Mediterranean Cyclones. The case of Cephalonia Island, Greece
  • C. NEFROS, C. LOUPASAKIS, G. Kitsara, C. Giannakopoulos
P 5.2
Potential Instability of gas hydrate vs climate change: Chilean margin case study
  • U. Tinivella, M. Giustiniani, I. Vargas-Cordero, G. Alessandrini
  • Umberta Tinivella
P 5.3
Effect of warming surface temperature on the occurrence of soil landslides
  • G. Ganepola
  • G. A. Chinthaka Ganepola
P 5.4
Impact of extreme events related to climate change in montain areas: preliminary results from the Abruzzo region (central Italy)
  • A. Sembroni, P. Molin
  • Andrea Sembroni
P 5.5
Estimating landslide hazard at the regional scale considering distinct climate change scenarios
  • J. Zezere, E. Reis, S. Pereira, P. Santos, S. Oliveira, R. Garcia, R. Melo
  • Jose Zezere
P 5.6
Rock slope spatio-temporal strain evolution: from field data to numerical modeling.
  • O. Racek, A. morcioni, J. Blahůt, T. Apuani
  • Ondřej Racek
P 5.7
Extreme debris flows events recorded on Roya River triburaties : what challenges does this type of event pose for risk management ?
  • R. KERVERDO, M. Adrien, G. Christian, L. Sara, F. Eric
  • Raphaël KERVERDO
P 5.8
Reconstructing changes in debris flow activity on alluvial fans at Plansee (Tyrol, AT) using amphibious methods
  • C. Kiefer, M. Krautblatter
  • Carolin Kiefer
P 5.9
Projections of landslide hazard across High Mountain Asia
  • T. Stanley, R. Soobitsky, P. Amatya, D. Kirschbaum
  • Thomas Stanley
P 5.10
Characterise thermal properties and quantify non-conductive heat fluxes in mountain permafrost
  • S. Weber, C. Alessandro
  • Samuel Weber
P 5.11
Can Long Runout Landslides with Longitudinal Ridges be used as paleoclimatic marker in Iceland and on Mars?
  • G. Magnarini, A. Champagne, C. Morino, C. Beck, M. Philippe, F. Salese, A. Fairén, A. Decaulne, S. Conway
  • Giulia Magnarini
P 5.12
Flow behaviors and basal normal stresses of rock-ice avalanches in rotating drum expriments
  • Z. Dong, L. Su
  • Zhibo Dong
P 5.13
Insights from monsoon-triggered landslide timing information derived from Sentinel-1
  • K. Burrows, O. Marc, C. Andermann
  • Katy Burrows
P 5.14
Numerical Calculations and Scenario Reconstruction of the February 7th, 2021, Chamoli Event
  • S. Lakhera, M. Jaboyedoff, M. Derron, A. Goswami
  • Michel Jaboyedoff
P 5.15
Investigating the influence of wildfire on the geotechnical properties of sloping pyroclastic soils
  • L. Iervolino, V. Foresta, G. Esposito, F. Matano, D. Peduto
  • Luca Iervolino
P 5.16
Reconstructing landslide history in tephra-mantled hillslopes: an examination of links between seismotectonic activity and landslide frequency
  • C. Kiefer, M. Krautblatter
  • Takashi Kimura
P 5.17
Estimation of seismic parameters of historical earthquakes based on a back-analysis of the Güevéjar landslide, Granada (Spain)
  • M. Rodríguez-Peces, J. Garzón-Roca, J. Delgado, J. Román Herrera
  • José Carlos Román Herrera


P 6.1
A preliminary study on 3D elastic dislocation inversion using high density surface displacement data
  • C. Kuo
  • Chih-Yu Kuo
P 6.2
Basal pore water pressure evolution of rapid fine-grained material flows
  • C. Cesali, F. Federico
  • Chiara Cesali
P 6.3
Exploring different numerical methods to improve the understanding of slow-moving landslides dynamics in Lower Austria
  • Y. Jiménez Donato, S. Cuomo, E. Carraro, A. Di Perna, F. Soto - Bravo, R. Kanta, P. Marr, T. Glade
  • Yenny Alejandra Jiménez Donato
P 6.4
The rock-tower failure mechanism of the Mt. Catiello rock avalanche (Amalfi Peninunsula, southern Italy)
  • M. Limongiello, D. Calcaterra, D. Di Martire, P. De Vita
  • Pantaleone De Vita
P 6.5
Integrated approach for the investigation of slow kinematic landslides: the Vicari case study (Southern Italy)
  • C. Cappadonia, D. Di Martire, M. Rosone
  • Chiara Cappadonia
P 6.6
Numerical modelling of a retrogressive failure in the source area of the Montaguto landslide
  • J. Cocca, R. Tufano, L. Guerriero, F. Guadagno, P. Revellino
  • Jlenia Cocca
P 6.8
Machine-learning for detection and prediction of cliff failures on the Baltic Sea coast in Mecklenburg–Western Pomerania (Federal Republic of Germany)
  • N. Schüßler, J. Torizin, M. Fuchs, K. Schütze, K. Hahne, D. Kuhn, C. Gunkel, D. Balzer
  • Nick Schüßler
P 6.9
Does Random Forest outperform the Generalized Additive Model? An evaluation based on rainfall-triggered landslides in the Styrian Basin, Austria
  • R. Knevels, Z. Wang, H. Proske, P. Leopold, A. Brenning
  • Raphael Knevels
P 6.10
Deep Learning-based Landslide Occurrence Time Detection using SAR
  • W. Wang, M. Motagh, S. Plank, A. Orynbaikyzy, S. Roessner, Z. Xia
  • Wandi Wang
P 6.11
Detection of precursors to the triggering of gravitational instabilities: multi-parameter chronicles, artificial intelligence and modelling
  • O. Maillard, C. Bertrand, J. Malet
  • Olivier Maillard
P 6.12
Shallow landslide multi-temporal digital mapping in north-western Italy: A Machine Learning approach.
  • M. Licata, S. Faga, G. Fubelli
  • Michele Camillo Gabriele Licata
P 6.13
Applying Extreme Gradient Boosting model for landslide susceptibility assessments
  • P. Tsangaratos, A. Chrysafi, I. Ilia
  • Aikaterini Alexandra Chrysafi
P 6.14
Constructing Real-time Monitoring System for Roadside Landslide Prone Slope through Seismic Spectrograms by Deep Neural Network
  • J. Chang, W. Chao, M. Huang
  • Wei-An Chao
P 6.15
A coupled hydrological and hydrodynamic modelling approach for estimating the rainfall thresholds of debris flows occurrence
  • Z. Wei
  • Zhenlei Wei
P 6.16
Hydrological characteristics triggering a landslide in a natural forested headwater in Taiwan
  • W. Liang
  • Wei-Li Liang
P 6.17
Estimation of Landslide Aquifer Permeability Changes using Water Level response to Atmospheric Loading
  • Z. Qin, J. Guo, M. Xu
  • Jian Guo
P 6.18
Stability Analysis of the 2019 Brumadinho Dam Failure
  • A. Sadrekarimi, G. Riveros
  • Abouzar Sadrekarimi
P 6.19
Case study on the impact of vegetation on a landslide initiation under torrential storms
  • A. Fraccica, E. Romero
  • Alessandro Fraccica
P 6.20
Bioclastesis as triggering factor for rockfalls and rockslides
  • A. Doglioni, A. Albano, G. D'Ambrosio, V. Simeone
  • Angelo Doglioni
P 6.21
Effect of Chrysopogon  zizanioides growth on hill slope stability  
  • V. G, B. TV
  • Vishnu G
P 6.22
Volcanic debris avalanche propagation mechanisms and dynamics: field evidence and analogue experiments
  • S. Makris, I. Manzella, M. Roverato, P. Dávila Harris, A. Lomoschitz, P. Cole, A. Sgarabotto
  • Symeon Makris
P 6.23
The case study of the big landslide of Pomarico (Basilicata, southern Italy)
  • F. Canora, A. Doglioni, F. Sdao, V. Simeone
  • Angelo Doglioni
P 6.24
FABRE Consortium activity on landslide risk for bridges according to the Italian guidelines for the risk evaluation and the management for bridges
  • L. Brezzi, F. Dezi, A. Doglioni, L. Longoni, F. Gabrieli, F. Gibin, N. Perilli, E. Cernuto, A. Lupattelli, E. Mammoliti, M. Papini, D. Salciarini, V. Simeone, N. Squeglia, P. Simonini
  • Vincenzo Simeone
P 6.25
The Montaguto earth flow: review of the achievements in the last 16-year period (2006-2022) and insights for predicting future activities
  • P. Revellino, D. Cifaldi, J. Cocca, C. Formato, L. Guerriero, R. Tufano, F. Guadagno
  • Paola Revellino
P 6.26
Remote Sensing monitoring of earth-flows: insights and lessons learned from the Pietrafitta case study (Southern Italy)
  • D. Mazza, S. Romeo, A. Cosentino, P. Mazzanti, F. Guadagno, P. Revellino
  • Davide Mazza
P 6.27
The peculiar case study of Pietracamela, Italy, a village simultaneously affected by rockfalls and deep seated phenomena
  • M. Francioni, D. Calcaterra, D. Di Martire, L. Guerriero, G. Scarascia Mugnozza, N. Sciarra
  • Mirko Francioni
P 6.28
Collection and regimentation system for surface and meteoric waters applied directly on the slopes, both sils and rocks in any pedoclimatic condition
  • M. Zarotti
  • Marcello Zarotti