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Urgilez Vinueza, A.R. (author)
Landslide activity in the Andes remains an ongoing natural hazard with significant implications for regional development. Slow-moving landslides, while not typically resulting in catastrophic outcomes, can still cause substantial damage to critical infrastructure, including roads, buildings, crops, and hydropower dams. In southeast Ecuador, slow...
doctoral thesis 2024
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van Natijne, A.L. (author)
Landslides are a major geohazard in hilly and mountainous environments. We focus on slow-moving, deep-seated landslides that are characterized by gradual, non-catastrophic deformations of millimeters to decimeters per year and cause extensive economic damage. To assess their potential impact and for the design of mitigation solutions, a detailed...
doctoral thesis 2023
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Uwihirwe, J. (author)
For the development of regional landslide early warning systems, empirical-statistical thresholds are of crucial importance. The thresholds indicate the meteorological and hydrological conditions initiating landslides and are an affordable approach towards reducing people’s vulnerability to landslide hazards. This thesis defined different...
doctoral thesis 2023
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Aktürk, Gül (author)
Vernacular heritage sites encompass customs, practices, places, objects, artistic expressions, and values that are innate to a particular place and time. Climate knowledge of the particular place and time is embedded in vernacular settlements and lifestyles along with other environmental, cultural, and societal determinants of the place. Rebuilt...
doctoral thesis 2023
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Aigner, Philipp (author), Kuschel, Erik (author), Sklar, Leonard (author), Zangerl, Christian (author), Hrachowitz, M. (author), De Haas, Tjalling (author), Huebl, Johannes (author), Kaitna, Roland (author)
Deep seated landslides are common phenomena in Alpine areas. In case of a direct connectivity with the channel system, the catchment' s sediment yield and the probability of other forms of mass wasting processes such as debris flows may be increased significantly. Up to now, sediment dynamics related to deep-seated landslides and debris flows...
journal article 2023
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Zhang, Peng (author), Liu, Wei (author), Liu, Siming (author), Tian, Xu (author), Li, Yimiao (author), Huang, Y. (author)
Corrosion poses a significant risk to the safety of energy pipelines, while landslide disasters emerge as the primary threat responsible for triggering pipeline failures across mountainous areas. To date, there is limited research focused on the safety of energy pipelines considering the synergistic effect of corrosion and landslides. The...
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van Natijne, A.L. (author), Bogaard, T.A. (author), Zieher, Thomas (author), Pfeiffer, Jan (author), Lindenbergh, R.C. (author)
Landslides are one of the major weather-related geohazards. To assess their potential impact and design mitigation solutions, a detailed understanding of the slope processes is required. Landslide modelling is typically based on data-rich geomechanical models. Recently, machine learning has shown promising results in modelling a variety of...
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Giardina, Giorgia (author), Macchiarulo, V. (author), Foroughnia, Fatemeh (author), Jones, Joshua N. (author), Whitworth, Michael R.Z. (author), Voelker, Brandon (author), Milillo, Pietro (author), Penney, Camilla (author), Adams, Keith (author), Kijewski-Correa, Tracy (author)
Remote reconnaissance missions are promising solutions for the assessment of earthquake-induced structural damage and cascading geological hazards. Space-borne remote sensing can complement in-field missions when safety and accessibility concerns limit post-earthquake operations on the ground. However, the implementation of remote sensing...
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Greco, Roberto (author), Marino, Pasquale (author), Bogaard, T.A. (author)
Occurrence of rainfall-induced landslides is increasing worldwide, owing to land use and climate changes. Although the connection between hydrology and rainfall-induced landslides might seem obvious, hydrological processes have been only marginally considered in landslide research for decades. In 2016, an advanced review paper published in...
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Devananda Vijayananda Vivek, D.V. (author), Mubeen, A. (author), Vojinovic, Z (author), Sanchez Torres, A (author), Paliaga, Guido (author), Fikri, Ahmad K. (author), Leitão, João P. (author), Manojlovic, Natasa (author), Fröhle, Peter (author)
The impacts of climate change are becoming more widespread across the world, with hydro-meteorological extreme events on the rise, causing severe threats to nature and communities. Increasing trends in the frequency and intensity of floods and landslides have been projected by climate models. This necessitates the development of more effective...
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Chen, G. (author), Zhang, Ke (author), Wang, Sheng (author), Jia, T. (author)
Physically-based hydrological-geotechnical modeling at large scales is difficult, especially due to the time-consuming nature of flow routing and 3D soil stability models. Although parallelization techniques are commonly used for each model individually, there is currently no concurrent parallelization strategy for both. This study proposed...
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Gründemann, Gaby J. (author), Zorzetto, E. (author), van de Giesen, N.C. (author), van der Ent, R.J. (author)
Global warming impacts the hydrological cycle, affecting the seasonality and timing of extreme precipitation. Understanding historical changes in extreme precipitation occurrence is crucial for assessing their impacts. This study uses relative entropy to analyze historical changes in seasonality and timing of extreme daily precipitation...
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Zheng, X. (author)
Large deformations in fluid-saturated geomaterials are central to numerous geotechnical applications, such as landslides and dam failures, pile installations, and underground excavations. An in-depth understanding of the soil's hydromechanical behaviour during large-deformation processes is essential for quantitative predictions about such...
doctoral thesis 2022
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Reinders, K.J. (author), Giardina, Giorgia (author), Zurfluh, Florian (author), Ryser, Jurg (author), Hanssen, R.F. (author)
In the planning stage of new infrastructure or when designing renovation of existing infrastructure, information about existing slope movements or settlements is essential to make informed design decisions. Interferometric<br/>Synthetic Aperture Radar (InSAR) techniques can be of value to identify these risks in an early stage of a project....
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Whitworth, Michael R. Z. (author), Giardina, Giorgia (author), Penney, Camilla (author), Di Sarno, Luigi (author), Adams, Keith (author), Kijewski-Correa, Tracy (author), Black, Jacob (author), Foroughnia, Fatemeh (author), Macchiarulo, V. (author)
On 14th August 2021, a magnitude 7.2 earthquake struck the Tiburon Peninsula in the Caribbean nation of Haiti, approximately 150 km west of the capital Port-au-Prince. Aftershocks up to moment magnitude 5.7 followed and over 1,000 landslides were triggered. These events led to over 2,000 fatalities, 15,000 injuries and more than 137,000...
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Di Perna, Angela (author), Cuomo, Sabatino (author), Martinelli, M. (author)
Full understanding the interaction mechanisms between flow-like landslides and the impacted protection structures is an open issue. While several approaches, from experimental to numerical, have been used so far, it is clear that the adequate assessment of the hydromechanical behaviour of the landslide body requires both a multiphase and...
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Whitworth, Michael R. Z. (author), Giardina, Giorgia (author), Penney, Camilla (author), Di Sarno, Luigi (author), Adams, Keith (author), Kijewski-Correa, Tracy (author), Macabuag, Josh (author), Foroughnia, Fatemeh (author), Macchiarulo, V. (author)
Post-earthquake reconnaissance missions are critical to understand the event characteristics, identify building and infrastructure vulnerabilities, and improve future construction practice. However, in-field missions can present logistic and safety challenges that do not make them viable in every post-disaster scenario. Remote sensing technique...
abstract 2022
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Urgilez Vinueza, A.R. (author), Handwerger, Alexander L. (author), Bakker, M. (author), Bogaard, T.A. (author)
Slow-moving landslides move downslope at velocities that range from mm year<sup>−1</sup> to m year<sup>−1</sup>. Such deformations can be measured using satellite-based synthetic aperture radar interferometry (InSAR). We developed a new method to systematically detect and quantify accelerations and decelerations of slowly deforming areas...
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Pfeiffer, Jan (author), Zieher, Thomas (author), Schmieder, Jan (author), Bogaard, T.A. (author), Rutzinger, Martin (author), Spötl, Christoph (author)
Continuous and slow-moving deep-seated landslides entail challenges for the effective planning of mitigation strategies aiming at the reduction of landslide movements. Given that the activity of most of these landslides is governed by pore pressure variations within the shear zone, profound knowledge about their hydrogeological control is...
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Cuomo, Sabatino (author), Di Perna, Angela (author), Martinelli, M. (author)
A full understanding of the interaction mechanisms among flow-like landslides and impacted protection structures is still an open issue. Although several approaches, from experimental to numerical, have been used so far, a thoroughly assessment of the hydromechanical behaviour of the landslide body is achievable only through a multiphase and...
journal article 2022
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