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Seite: 12, Zeilen: 1-8
Quelle: Chacon et al 2006
Seite(n): 373, Zeilen: right col. 26-32.33-36.39-43
The stability index (SI) was defined as probability of slope stability [SI = Probability (Fs>1)] over the distribution of uncertain parameters (cohesion c, friction angle Φ effective rainfall Q, and soil transmissivity T). The stability index was employed to define six hazard classes from high stability (SI>1.5) to low stability (SI=0). Several different landslide stability maps were produced from SINMAP for different precipitation conditions showing increasing instability area as percentages. The model was used by authors to predict rainfall triggered landslides and the resulting maps were considered to be helpful for citizens, land use planners and engineers, to reduce losses by means of prevention, mitigation and avoidance of such events. The stability index (SI) was defined as probability of slope stability [SI = Prob(Fs>1)] over the distribution of uncertain parameters (cohesion C, friction angle Φ, effective rainfall q, and soil transmissivity T). The stability index was employed to define six hazard classes from high stability (SI>1.5) to low stability (SI=0). [...] Several different landslide stability maps were produced from SINMAP for different precipitation conditions showing increasing instability area as percentages: 35% for 10 mm/day, 50% for 35 mm/day, 79% for 105 mm/day and 86% for 145 mm/day. Since most of the landslides in the Xiaojiang watershed are rainfall triggered, the resulting maps were considered by the authors to be helpful for citizens, land use planners and engineers, to reduce losses by means of prevention, mitigation and avoidance.
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