Shallow landslide susceptibility mapping using high-resolution topography for areas devastated by super typhoon Haiyan

@article{Rabonza2015ShallowLS,
  title={Shallow landslide susceptibility mapping using high-resolution topography for areas devastated by super typhoon Haiyan},
  author={Maricar L. Rabonza and Raquel P. Felix and Alfredo Mahar Francisco A. Lagmay and Rodrigo Narod C. Eco and I. Ortiz and Dakila T. Aquino},
  journal={Landslides},
  year={2015},
  volume={13},
  pages={201-210}
}
Super typhoon Haiyan, considered as one of the most powerful storms recorded in 2013, devastated the central Philippines region on 8 November 2013 with damage amounting to more than USD 2 billion. Hardest hit is the province of Leyte which is located in central Philippines. Rehabilitation of the areas that were devastated requires detailed hazard maps as a basis for well-planned reconstruction. Along with severe wind, storm surge, and flood hazard maps, detailed landslide susceptibility maps… CONTINUE READING

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