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Study on Risk Assesment of Debris Flow using GIS
Chang, In-Soo; Park, Eun-Young; Park, Ki-Bum; Kim, Sungwon;
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 Abstract
The relationship between debris flow and topographical factors is essential for the reliable estimation of soil loss. The objective of this paper is to estimate stability index and soil loss for assessing landsliding risk caused by debris flow. SIMAP and RUSLE are used to estimate stability index and soil loss, respectively. The landsliding risk area estimated by using SIMAP is found to be different from the large land area estimated by RUSLE. It is found that the spatial distribution of soil cover significantly influences landsliding risk area. Results also indicate that stability index and soil loss, estimated by soil cover factor, improve the assessment of landsliding risk.
 Keywords
SINMAP;RUSLE;Debris Flow;Landsliding;
 Language
Korean
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