Prediction method of debris flow by logistic model with two types of rainfall: a case study in the Sichuan, China

@article{Xu2011PredictionMO,
  title={Prediction method of debris flow by logistic model with two types of rainfall: a case study in the Sichuan, China},
  author={Wenbo Xu and Wenjuan Yu and Guoping Zhang},
  journal={Natural Hazards},
  year={2011},
  volume={62},
  pages={733-744}
}
Debris flow is a serious disaster that frequently happens in mountainous area. This study presents an effective method for forecasting it by rainfall, which is one of the important components for prediction. The Sichuan Province is taken as an example. The geographic information system (GIS) is chosen as a tool to estimate the precipitation of hazard point, and use of statistical technique is made to calculate attenuation coefficient of effective antecedent precipitation. With such… CONTINUE READING

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