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An upgrade of Landslide Hazard Map with Analysis of Debris Flow using High-Quality Geospatial Information
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An upgrade of Landslide Hazard Map with Analysis of Debris Flow using High-Quality Geospatial Information
Yang, In Tae; Yu, Young Geol; Park, Kheun; Park, Jae Kook;
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This study utilized high quality three-dimensional geospatial information produced by high-resolution Digital Aerial Photograph and Airborne LiDAR data in order to analyse landslides and debris flows induced by the heavy rainfall in Chuncheon area. Also, this study analysed correlation between the established landslide hazard map and the landslide factor effect and reviewed the analysis result of debris flows on the area where landslides with debris flows occurred frequently. Finally;the study proposed ways to renew the established landslide hazard map effectively and utilize the high quality three-dimensional Geospatial information on the landslide risk area.
Landslide;Geospatial Information;Debris Flow;
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