Monthly Archives: November 2022

ITC talk

On November 15th, Mateo Moreno gave an overview of some of the research findings within the PROSLIDE project. The presentation was entitled Space-time modeling of precipitation-induced shallow landslides in South Tyrol, Italy and it was presented during a series of seminars at the Faculty of Geo-information Science and Earth Observation (ITC),  University of Twente.

ICG 2022

As it was announced in previous days, we glady had the chance to share with the scientific community at the 10th International Conference of the International Association of Geomorphologists (IAG) two contributions on the frame of the PROSLDIE project.

 

Stefan Steger gave an oral presentation on Applying a hierarchical Generalized Additive Model to integrate predisposing, preparatory and triggering factors for landslide prediction (session ICG2022-19 – Geomorphological hazards and risk management) –> see more

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Mateo Moreno presented a poster on Comparing different strategies to incorporate the effectively surveyed area into landslide susceptibility modeling (session ICG2022-19 – Geomorphological hazards and risk management) –> see more

 

 

Find out more details at the meeting programme CO Meeting Organizer ICG2022 (copernicus.org)