Landslide occurrence as a response to land use change : a review of evidence from New Zealand

@inproceedings{Glade2003LandslideOA,
  title={Landslide occurrence as a response to land use change : a review of evidence from New Zealand},
  author={T. Glade},
  year={2003}
}
Vegetation cover is an important factor influencing the occurrence and movement of rainfalltriggered landslides, and changes to vegetation cover often result in modified landslide behaviour. However, it is difficult to relate the occurrence of landslides directly to variations in land use, especially in some European countries. In contrast, New Zealand provides a good opportunity to investigate geomorphic responses to anthropogenic land cover changes. Before European settlers first arrived in… CONTINUE READING
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