Mapping landslide susceptibility from small datasets : A case study in the Pays de Herve ( E Belgium )

  title={Mapping landslide susceptibility from small datasets : A case study in the Pays de Herve ( E Belgium )},
  author={Alain Demoulin and Chang-Jo F. Chung},
A landslide susceptibility map is proposed for the Pays de Herve (E Belgium), where large landslides affect Cretaceous clay outcrop areas. Based on a Bayesian approach, this GIS-supported probabilistic map identifies the areas most susceptible to deep landslides. The database is comprised of the source areas of ten pre-existing landslides (i.e. a sample of 154 grid cells) and of six environmental data layers, namely lithology, proximity to active faults, slope angle and aspect, elevation and… CONTINUE READING


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