Frequency–magnitude of landslides affected by the 27–29 November 2017 Tropical Cyclone Cempaka in Pacitan, East Java

  title={Frequency–magnitude of landslides affected by the 27–29 November 2017 Tropical Cyclone Cempaka in Pacitan, East Java},
  author={Guruh Samodra and Ngadisih Ngadisih and Mukhamad Ngainul Malawani and Djati Mardiatno and Ahmad Cahyadi and Ferman Setia Nugroho},
  journal={Journal of Mountain Science},
Tropical cyclone (TC) Cempaka which occurred on 27–29 November 2017 has caused floods, landslides, and strong winds in certain areas of Java Island. Pacitan Regency was the most severely affected by TC Cempaka. The landslide frequency–area distribution curve of event inventory i.e. TC Cempaka can help to understand landslide susceptibility, hazard, vulnerability, and risk. Landslides were identified by using a local government database and by comparing pre- and post-event high-resolution… 

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