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Mass movements (MM) are arguably the most harmful to the natural and human environment of all natural dangers.
Typically, one or more of these controlling elements are used independently to do this analysis in a trade-off method because there aren’t enough data sets to complete an instantaneous regional study of seismic landslides for a single earthquake example in a rigorous manner. In general, numerous pertinent studies have been published with regard to the relationships between the spatial pattern of earthquake-induced landslides and various controlling factors, including topographic, geologic, seismic factors from the surface rupture traces and coseismic faults, coseismic slip distribution, seismic magnitude and intensity, and peak ground acceleration.

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