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P1.1 Development of landslide susceptibility map for rain-induced landslide by introdusing the factor of safety model in Sri Lanka

Sajith Bandaranayake, Satoshi Goto, Sandaruwan Karunarathne (Japan)

P1.2 Observation of slope deformation around the landslide in Athwelthota in Sri Lanka

Shiho Asano, Shogo Morita, Masayuki Ootsuka, D.M.D. Suranga Dissanayake, A.G.R.P. Weerasinghe, S.H.S. Jayakody (Japan)

P1.3 Experiments on submarine gravity flows of liquefied sand in a drum centrifuge

Junji Miyamoto, Shinji Sassa, Hikaru Ito, Ryoya Makino (Japan)

P1.4 Landslide research and technology in patents and international standards

Matjaž Mikoš (Slovenia)

P1.5 Different perceptions and actions of landslide-prone communities with established early-warning systems in the Philippines

Julius Gopez, Kenneth Gesmundo, Arturo Daag, Teresito Bacolcol (Philippines)

P1.6 Critically reflecting on engaging communities for establishing community-based early warning systems for landslides

Jesusa Paquibot, Harianne Gasmen, Karl Daniel Begnotea, Jacquelyn De Asis, Melody Teodoro, Roy Albert Kaimo, Pauline Pagaduan, Arturo Daag, Teresito Bacolcol (Philippines)

P1.7 The search for little ice age landslides in Britain

Edward Bromhead, Maia-Laura Ibsen, Mark Lee (United Kingdom)

P1.8 Landslides in popular culture in the British Isles: examples from fiction

Alan Dykes, Edward Bromhead (United Kingdom)

P1.9 Landslides and risks to cultural heritagE. Arcos de la Frontera and its tangible, landscape and intangible heritage

Marga Zango-Pascual, María-Teresa Gíl-Muñoz, Pilar Montero Vilar, César Velandia Silva (Spain)

P1.10 Adopting behavioural theories for landslide risk reduction studies: and overview and future challenges

Pavel Raška (Czech Republic)

P1.12 Catastrophic landslides and Victimology. Comparative legal responde in Spain and Italy

Marga Zango-Pascual, Víctor Macías Caro, Pastora García Álvarez, Marta Díaz Vega (Spain)

P1.13 Sensitivity analysis of shallow landslide predisposing factors on terraced slopes in the Douro Valley

Susana Pereira, Carlos Bateira, Pablo Valenzuela, Pedro Capella, Fernando Alves, Mário Natário, Joana Valente (Portugal)

P1.14 An open-source workflow for the classification and monitoring of river embankments: a case study from the Arno River (Florence, Italy)

Gabriele Fibbi, Stefano Morelli, Riccardo Fanti (Italy)

P1.15 Complex monitoring system for the protection of rock-cut cultural monuments of Georgia affected by geo- hydrological hazards

Claudio Margottini1, Daniele Spizzichino1, Daniele Giordan1, Paolo Allasia1, Martina Cignetti1, Davide Notti1, Danilo Godone1, Giorgi Kirkitadze2, Tea Munchava2, Mikheil Lobjanidze2, Akaki Nadaraia2, Mikheil Elashvili2 (1Italy, 2Georgia)

P1.16 30 years of cultural heritage landslides and block movements risk assessment: case studies from Egypt

Yasser Elshayeb (Egypt)

P1.17 High-energy rockfall impact anticipation at the mortuary temple of Hatshepsut, Luxor, Egypt

Benjamin Jacobs1, Mostafa Mohamed Ezzy Abdelaziz2, Mohamed Ahmed Ismael Ahmed2, Christian Grosse1, Markus Keuschnig1,3, Michael Krautblatter1, Hany Mohamed Mahfouz Amin Helal2 (1Germany, 2Egypt, 3Austria)

P1.18 Integrated InSAR monitoring of ground displacement on archaeological structures at the ancient Port of Classe (Ravenna, Italy)

Gabriele Leoni, Federica Ferrigno, Luca Guerrieri, Francesco Menniti, Benedetto Porfidia, Daniele Spizzichino (Italy)

P1.19 Multi-scale protection and conservation of UNESCO cultural heritage affected by geo-hydrological hazards Anna Palamidessi, William Frodella, Emanuele Intrieri, Silvia Bianchini, Veronica Tofani, Riccardo Fanti (Italy)

P1.20 Mapping ground instability in medieval villages using combined technologies for the definition of potential landslides scenarios

Stefano Morelli, Mirko Francioni, Roberta Bonì, Mauro De Donatis (Urbino)

P1.21 Multisensor remote surveys for the study of landslides affecting the UNESCO World Heritage “Tempio di Giunone” slopes (“Valle dei Templi”, Sicily)

Giovanna Pappalardo1, Simone Mineo1, Davide Caliò1, Renato Macciotta2, Sohrab Sharifi2, Luigi Maria Caliò1, Maria Concetta Parello1 (1Italy, 2Canada)



P2.1 Fully integrated UAV LIDAR for the monitoring of landslides in Emilia-Romagna region

Giovanni Bertolini (Italy)

P2.2 An integrated approach for the study of a large landslide in the Emilia Apennines

Giovanni Bertolini (Italy)

P2.3 Long-term monitoring and early-warning of the Sifangbei landslide in the Three Gorges Reservoir Area

Taorui Zeng1, Kunlong Yin1, Dario Peduto2, Thomas Glade1, Linfeng Wang1, Zizheng Guo1, Hongwei Jiang6, Bijin Jin1, Liyang Wu1 (1China, 2Italy)

P2.4 Comparison of C-, X- and L-band differential interferometry response: Dobkovičky landslide case study

Kateřina Fárová, Jan Jelének (Czech Republic)

P2.5 Smart boulders for monitoring landslides A case study from Nepal

Benedetta Dini1, Georgina Bennett2, Michael Robert Zordan Whitworth2, Aldina Franco2

(1France, 2United Kingdom)

P2.6 Complex slope deformation and displacement patterns in a fjord setting (Vestland county, Norway)

Paula Snook, Thomas Scheiber, Lukas Schild, Stig Frode Samnøy, Alexander Maschler, Lene Kristensen, Hallvard Haanes (Norway)

P2.7 Multidisciplinary monitoring of active landslide Case Study of Ruska Nova Ves Landslide, Eastern Slovakia

Vladimir Greif, Martin Maľa, Jaroslav Buša, Ivan Dostál (Slovakia)

P2.8 Analysis of landslide kinematics through Satellite Interferometry: a case study of the Mendatica landslide, Western Liguria, Italy

Saduni Melissa Dahanayaka, Matteo Del Soldato, Francesco Barbadori, Giacomo Pepe, Fabio Arrighetti, Tommaso Macciò, Roberto Macciò, Andrea Cevasco (Italy)

P2.9 Landslide monitoring in the town of Seyðisfjörður in the aftermath of the destructive landslide cycle in 2020

Jón Kristinn Helgason, Martina Stefani, Esther Jensen (Iceland)

P2.10 Applying LoRa technology on a wide-stream monitoring for landslide

Chihping Kuo, Chihming Liao (Taiwan)

P2.11 Structural effect of geological setting on slow-moving landslide displacement pattern

Nicusor Necula1, Silvia Puliero2, Luca Gandolfo1, Rinaldo Genevois1, Mario Floris1 (1Romania, 2Italy)

P2.12 Rapid SAR-based landslide detection and mapping

Erin Lindsay, Regula Frauenfelder (Norway)

P2.13 Monitoring and early warning of landslides in the Philippines: a case study of rainfall-triggered landslides in Iloilo Province during 2022 severe tropical storm Nalgae

Nathan Azriel Veracruz, Aletheia Amandy, Chad Lowe Aquino, Ann Nichole Dela Victoria, Chatty Mae Go, Rasty Rastrullo, Cathleen Joyce Cordero, Arturo Daag, Teresito Bacolcol (Philippines)

P2.14 Determination of landslide kinematics based on UAV photogrammetry with natural field details

Krzysztof Karwacki (Poland)

P2.l5 Application of statistical clustering technique to diagnose sub-zone activities in potential deep-seated landslide sites

Pi-Wen Tsai, Chih-Yu Kuo, Rou-Fei Chen (Taiwan)

P2.16 Subsurface fracture ventilation and gas emission and their relation to rock slope deformation

Alexander Maschler, Paula Snook, Thomas Scheiber, Lukas Schild, Stig Frode Samnøy, Hallvard Haanes, Lene Kristensen (Norway)

P2.17 Understanding and reconstruction of the evolution process of the slow-moving landslides in steep canyon

Yao Li, Yifei Cui (China)

P2.18 Retrieving two-dimensional kinematics of landslides in Tena Valley using ascending and descending Sentinel-1 datasets

Hengyi Chen1,2, Roberto Tomas2, Chaoying Zhao1 (1China, 2Spain)

P2.19 Integrated groundwater and slope movements monitoring for the characterization of complex hydrogeoloical processes in deep-seated landslides: an example in the Northern Apennines (Italy)

Marco Mulas, Francesco Ronchetti, Giuseppe Ciccarese, Giovanni Bertolini, Alessandro Corsini (Italy)

P2.20 A slope stability analysis of Yusui Stream in Southern Taiwan with mulit-stage remote sensing data

Rou-Fei Chen, Chris Li, Chia-Hsing Chang, Ching-Hsiung Wang, Cheng-Wei Chen (Taiwan)

P2.21 Deep-seated landslide activity monitoring of coastal highway in eastern Taiwan using adaptive time-series InSAR with integrating Sentinel-1 and remote sensing data

Ching-Fang Lee, Chen-Wei Lan, Cheng-Han Tsou, Zhao-Wei Chen, Jien-Shiun Jou, Cheng-En Hsieh, Ching- Hsiung Wang (Taiwan)

P2.22 Seismic monitoring of karst hydrostructures for geological risk management: preliminary findings from Le Capore and Peschiera springs in the Central Apennines, Italy

Yawar Hussain, Danilo D’Angiò, Guglielmo Grechi, Roberto Iannucci, Gian Marco Marmoni, Stefano Rivellino, Salvatore Martino, Simona Battaglia, Claudio Mineo, Anna Varriale (Italy)

P2.23 Field monitoring and kinematic behavior of a multi-sliding zones landslide in the Three Gorges Reservoir area

Chu Xu, Xinli Hu (China)

P2.24 Updating landslides’ inventory maps in mining areas by integrating InSAR with LiDAR datasets

Liuru Hu1, Roberto Tomas1, Xinming Tang2, Juan López-Vinielles1, Gerardo Herrera1, Tao Li2, Zhi Zhang2, Xin Li2 (1Spain, 2China)

P2.25 Aerial photogrammetry and infrared thermography for the non-contact characterization of rock masses

Simone Mineo, Davide Caliò, Giovanna Pappalardo (Italy)

P2.26 Analysing multi-temporal 3D point clouds from a permanent terrestrial laser scanner: an application for slow- moving landslides monitoring

Edoardo Carraro1, Ding Xia2, Yenny Alejandra Jiménez Donato1, Francisca Antonia Soto Bravo1, Robert Kanta1, Philipp Marr1, Thomas Glade1 (1Austria, 2China)

P2.27 A study on the morphological evolution of Hongye landslide after the 2016 Morantis typhoon event using the airborne LiDAR derived DEM and MT-InSAR techniques

Suet-Yee Au, Guan Wei Lin, Rou-Fei Chen, Chih-Chiao Lin, Yu-Hui Kao, Chun-Lung Wu (Taiwan)

P2.28 Measuring slow-moving landslide modifications in bi-temporal Digital Surface Models obtained from historical aerial photographs

Michele Santangelo1, Lulin Zhang2, Ewelina Rupnik2, Marc Deseilligny2, Mauro Cardinali1 (1Italy, 2France)

P2.29 Ambient-noise shear-wave tomography for landslide structural models retrieval from dense seismological arrays Rimpôt Joachim, Lajaunie Myriam, Zigone Dimitri, Broucke Céleste, Jean-Philippe Malet, Clément Hibert, Catherine Bertrand (France)

P2.30 Sparse gradient array: a new approach to self-potential landslide monitoring

Oziel Araujo, Mara Rossi, Massimo Giorgi, Stefano Picotti, Nicola Pellinghelli, Roberto G. Francese (Italy)

P2.31 A prediction method for initiation locations of landslides and slope failures by the earthquakes and intense rainfalls

Takashi Saito (Japan)

P2.32 Multiparameter geophysical surveys for the site characterization of landslides along the Hockai Fault Zone, East Belgium

Agnese Innocenti1, Valmy Dorival2, Yawar Hussain1, David Caterina2, Anne-Sophie Mreyen2, Lena Cauchie2, Veronica Pazzi1, Hans-Balder Havenith2, Riccardo Fanti1 (1Italy, 2Belgium)

P2.33 Mobile applications of L-band synthetic aperture radar in alpine environments

Andrea Manconi, Yves Bühler, Othmar Frey, Charles Werner, Urs Wegmüller (Switzerland)

P2.34 Regional characterization of periglacial features in alpine environment based on DInSAR phase and permafrost extent

Chiara Crippa, Federico Franzosi, Daniele Codara, Federico Agliardi (Italy)

P2.35 Analysis of the unstable slope above Portage Glacier (Alaska) through conventional and remote sensing approaches Emilie Lemaire1, Anja Dufresne1, Pooya Hamdi1, Bretwood Higman2, Mylene Jacquemart3, Jane Walden3, Florian Amann1 (1Germany, 2USA, 3Switzerland)

P2.36 Global inventory of landslides mobilising ice-cemented ground and their associated landforms

Costanza Morino, Susan Conway (France)

P2.38 Erosion dynamics and debris flow hazard in a changing climate: the case of the Dar river, an alpine torrent in Switzerland

Amalia Gutierrez, Marc-Henri Derron, Nicolas Gendre, Christian Gerber, Michel Jaboyedoff, Gabriela Werren


P2.39 Dynamics and connectivity of slow-moving landslides in changing tropical landscapes

Antoine Dille, Matthias Vanmaercke, Benoît Smets, Olivier Dewitte (Belgium)

P2.40 The capability of county-level ground motion interferometric services of detecting and monitoring landslides in Alpine regions: the case of Switzerland

Giulia Tessari, Paolo Riccardi, Paolo Pasquali (Switzerland)

P2.41 Multi-temporal SAR interferometry technique for studying slope instability phenomena and their evolution Fabio Bovenga, Ilenia Argentiero, Alberto Refice, Raffaele Nutricato, Davide Nitti, Guido Pasquariello, Giuseppe Spilotro (Italy)

P2.42 Evaluating unsupervised analysis of large satellite InSAR dataset in the Italian Alpine and Apennine mountain regions Istvan Szakolczai1, Davide Festa1, Tommaso Carlà1, Federico Raspini1, Alessandro Novellino2 (1Italy, 2United Kingdom)

P2.43 InSAR-based monthly updated ground motion Time Series for detecting velocity changes on active landslides

Séverine Bernardie1, Marcello De Michele1, Daniel Raucoules1, Michael Foumelis1 (1France, 2Greece)

P2.44 Analysis of different operational rainfall datasets and their impact on slope stability

Sara Galeazzi, Luca Ciabatta, Diana Salciarini, Luca Brocca, Evelina Volpe (Italy)

P2.45 Surface soil moisture estimate by integration of remote sensing and low-cost field sensor network

Alessandro Iacopino, Rossella Bovolenta, Tiziano Cosso, Bianca Federici (Italy)

P2.46 A near-real-time and dynamic landslide hazard forecasting framework for the Lower Mekong Region

Nishan Kumar Biswas1, Miguel Laverde-Barajas2, Thomas Stanley1, Chinaporn Meechaiya2, Pukar Amatya1, Dalia Kirschbaum1 (1United States, 2Thailand)

P2.47 Attempts to determine ground surface displacement using inclinometers on deep-seated landslides risk areas. The case of Nagano Prefecture, Japan, in the Jurassic accretionary prism area

Makoto Matsuzawa (Japan)

P2.48 Cell size effect on landslide susceptibility map of Tasikmalaya Regency, West Java Province, Indonesia

Twin Hosea Widodo Kristyanto, Agus Lingga, Urwatul Wusqa (Indonesia)

P2.49 Variable suction and its effect on stability at the Ripley landslide near Ashcroft, British Columbia, Canada

Kelvin Sattler, David Elwood, Michael Hendry (Canada)

P2.50 Estimation method of long-term landslide movement based on combining tank model and lumped mass damper model

Eisaku Hamasaki1, Hideaki Marui1, Gen Huruya1, Martin Krkač2, Snježana Arbanas2 (1Japan, 2Croatia)

P2.51 Numerical modeling of limestone cliffs at a site of high touristic value

Isabella Serena Liso1, Lidia Loiotine1, Gioacchino Francesco Andriani1, Marc-Henri Derron2, Giuseppe Diprizio1, Michel Jaboyedoff2, Piernicola Lollino1, Antonella Marsico1, Mario Parise1 (1Italy, 2Switzerland)

P2.52 A catalog for landslide early warning systems

Hiroaki Nakaya1, Graziella Devoli2, Mauro Rossi3, Angel Valdiviezo4 (1Japan, 2Norway, 3Italy, 4Ecuador)

P2.53 Hydrologic soil monitoring stations installed in Puerto Rico motivated by landsliding during Hurricane Maria Mason Einbund1, William Schulz1, Stephen Hughes2, Kelli Baxstrom1, Tania Figueroa2, Kiara Cunillera2, Jonathan Perez2 (1USA, 2Puerto Rico)

P2.54 A nation-wide prototype warning system for Italy combining rainfall thresholds and landslide risk indicators

Samuele Segoni, Ascanio Rosi, Nicola Nocentini, Francesco Barbadori, Camilla Medici (Italy)

P2.55 Prediction of rainfall-induced shallow landslides in pyroclastic deposits through hydrologic controls of slope response to precipitations

Daniel Romàn Quintero, Roberto Greco, Pasquale Marino, Giovanni Santonastaso (Italy)

P2.56 Near-real-time seismic monitoring improves deep-seated landslides early warning, Jiuxianping, China

Liang Feng, Bingyu Xin, Xuekun Xiang (China)

P2.57 Application of empirical approaches for fast landslide hazard management: the case study of Theilly (Italy)

Alessio Gatto, Francesco Barbadori, Samuele Segoni (Italy)

P2.58 Developing a spatiotemporal model to integrate landslide susceptibility and critical rainfall conditions. A practical model applied to Rio de Janeiro municipality

Pedro Henrique Muniz Lima1, Mateo Moreno2,3, Stefan Steger2, Pedro Ivo Camarinha4, Luiz Carlos Teixeira Coelho4, Felipe C. Mandarino4, Thomas Glade1 (1Austria, 2Italy, 3The Netherlands, 4Brazil)

P2.59 Implementation of an operational Landslide Early Warning System tool for variable antecedent soil hydrological conditions in Campania region (Italy)

Rita Tufano, Daniele Lepore, Domenico Calcaterra, Francesco Fusco, Pantaleone De Vita (Italy)

P2.60 Thresholds definition for site-specific landslide with intermittent deformation in reservoir area: a case study at the Shuiwenzhan landslide (China)

Shuangshuang Wu (China)

P2.61 Improving the operational effectiveness of physically based models for landslide forecasting through a multi- criterial parametrization of soil properties and evaluation of slope stability risk scenarios: the Florence case study Greta Morreale, Nicola Nocentini, Elena Benedetta Masi (Italy)



P3.1 Simulating effects of catch pits by analyzing groundwater and slope displacement

Ching-Jiang Jeng, Ta-Cheng Yi, Chihcheng Chen, Chia-Han Tseng (Taiwan)

P3.2 On the rheological properties of sedimentary and volcanic soils involved in landslide runout processes Piernicola Lollino, Fabio Dioguardi, Giovanna Capparelli, Isabella Liso, Francesco Neglia, Roberto Sulpizio, Mario Parise, Pierfrancesco Dellino (Italy)

P3.4 Accuracy of soil mechanics laboratory tests and its influence on the results of slope stability analysis

Jakub Roháč, Petr Kycl (Czech Republic)

P3.5 Analysis of the infiltration processes on the stability of pyriclastic soil

Giovanna Capparelli, Pasquale Versace, Gennaro Spolverino (Italy)

P3.6 A 4D photogrammetric system for laboratory investigation of flow-like landslides

Zhiwei He, Dongfang Liang (United Kingdom)

P3.7 Požáry rock field laboratory in Central Czechia new insights on rock behaviour from multiparametric monitoring

Jan Blahůt, Ondřej Racek, Filip Hartvich, Marco Loche, Matěj Petružálek (Czech Republic)

P3.8 Deformation characteristics and failure mechanism of a cut slope in Butuo County, China

Ruichen Zhou, Xiewen Hu, Kun He, Bo Liu, Chuanjie Xi, Yu Zhang (China)

P3.9 Study on design and calculation method of double row piles without coupling beam in binary slope

Hua Zhao, Rusong cheng, Xuefeng Tang, Weiguang Yuan (China)

P3.10 Paraglacial rock slope failures conditioned by repeated seismicity in Prince William Sound, Alaska

Molly McCreary, Jeff Moore, Erin Jensen, Brian Collins (USA)

P3.11 A resistance model considering sliding-flow transformation for rock avalanche dynamics

Jian Guo, Yifei Cui (China)

P3.12 A coupled discrete element and Peridynamic model for the rock slope failure simulation

Tao Ni, Xuanmei Fan, Zetao Feng, Jing Zhang (China)

P3.13 Detection of dynamic fragmentation in rockfalls: importance of small fragments in fragmentation patterns and deposit distribution

Camilla Lanfranconi, Paolo Frattini, Giovanni Crosta, Fabio De Blasio, Giuseppe Dattola (Italy)

P3.14 The Spitze Stei rock instability in Switzerland: modeling and danger assessment using a novel material point method tool

Michael Lukas Kyburz, Betty Sovilla, Robert Kenner, Johan Gaume (Switzerland)

P3.15 Rockfall hazard mitigation on infrastructures in volcanic slopes using statistical back-analysis. The case study of Gran Canaria, Spain

Mauro Antón-Bayona, Martín Rodríguez-Peces, Jorge Yepes (Spain)

P3.16 Experimental and numerical study on the impact force excerted by dry granular flow

Arka Prava Das, Matsushima Takashi, Dominik Krengel (Japan)

P3.17 Weakening mechanism of elastic wave-induced grain vibration in rock avalanche

Wei Hu, Huaixiao Gou, Yuangshuai Zheng (China)

P3.18 Delimiting rockfall runout zones using reach probability values simulated with Rockyfor3D

Luuk Dorren1, Frédéric Berger1,2, Franck Bourrier2, Nicolas Eckert2, Charalampos Saroglou3, Massimiliano Schwarz1, Markus Stoffel1, Daniel Trappmann4, Hans-Heini Utelli1, Christine Moos1 (1Switzerland, 2France, 3Greece, 4Germany)

P3.19 Landslide-induced cascading process chains in the upper reaches of the Jinsha River, China

Shilin Zhang1, Martin Meigili2, Yueping Yin1, Xiewen Hu1, Wenpei Wang1 (1China, 2Austria)

P3.20 Landslide in urbanised, data-scarce locations under climate change: how can we quantify the uncertainty in their assessment to support hazard mitigation?

Elisa Bozzolan1, Elizabeth Holcombe2, Francesca Pianosi2, Thorsten Wagener3 (1Italy, 2United Kingdom,




P4.1 Landslide evolution in the upper most watershed of Ohmigawa river, central Japan, based on inventory mapping and precise radio carbon dating

Hiroshi Yagi, Go Sato, Ryuji Yamada, Masato Sato (Japan)

P4.2 Databases of rock slope failures; setup and experiences from Norway

Vanja Haugsnes, Martina Böhme, Reginald L. Hermanns, Bo Nordahl, Maria Huse Kvam, Ivanna Penna, Jacob Bendle, Marie Bredal, Francoise Noél (Norway)

P4.3 The Landslide Counteracting System as a tool for landslide risk reduction and support for public administration in Poland

Paweł Marciniec, Zbigniew Perski, Tomasz Wojciechowski (Poland)

P4.4 Landslides triggered by an extraordinary rainfall event in Central Italy on September 15, 2022

Federica Fiorucci, Marco Donnini, Francesco Bucci, Michele Santangelo, Mauro Cardinali, Francesca Ardizzone, Stefano Luigi Gariano, Ivan Marchesini, Massimo Melillo, Paola Salvati, Giuseppe Esposito, Txomin Bornaetxea, Massimiliano Alvioli, Maria Teresa Brunetti, Silvia Peruccacci, Susanna Grita, Omar Althuwaynee, Mina Yazdani (Italy)

P4.5 Distribution of shallow landslides in tropical mountains based on high-resolution satellite data and UAV surveys: examples from Caldas and Risaralda Departments, Andes, Colombia

Aleksandra Tomczyk, Marek Ewertowski (Poland)

P4.6 Assessment method to the potential landslide barrier lake based on the goemorphological characteristics in Kaoping River, Southern Taiwan

Tien-Chien Chen, Wen-Chi Chang (Taiwan)

P4.7 Landslide susceptibility evaluation using the integration approach of physically based analysis results and data- driven method

JungHyun Lee, Hyuck-Jin Park, Minhwan Song, Jeehyeong Kim, Hyoseon Kye, YounTae Kim, JungWon Cha, DongWon Lee, DongHoon Ha (South Korea)

P4.8 Detecting landslides and flash flood events in data-scarce regional contexts: a methodology developed over the East-African tropics

Axel Deijns1, David Michea2, Aline Deprez2, Olivier Dewitte1, François Kervyn1, Wim Thiery1, Jean-Philippe Malet2 (1Belgium, 3France)

P4.9 GIS tools for debris flows runout assessment through geometric approach

Luca Falconi, Lorenzo Moretti, Alessandro Peloso, Claudio Puglisi, Gaia Righini, Augusto Screpanti (Italy)

P4.10 Debris flow modelling for flood risk management plans

Matilde Welber, Lorenzo Paci, Matteo Facchini, Carlo Gregoretti, Michele Ferri (Italy)

P4.11 Using Python to automatically draw the landslide susceptibility map of earthquake-induced landslides A case study of the Chi-Chi Earthquake landslide inventory

Kai-Ting Shen, Jia-Jyun Dong, Chia-Han Tseng, Chyi-Tyi Lee, Chen-Yang Lee, Hsiao-Yuan Yin (Taiwan)

P4.12 Proposing a top-down data-driven framework to improve NASA’s landslide situational awareness system

Aiding Kornejady1, Iman Islami1, Meisam Samadi1, Luigi Lombardo2 (1Iran, 2Italy)

P4.13 Improvement of existing landslide susceptibility map by introducing the Factor of Safety model in Sri Lanka

Sajith Bandaranayake (Japan)

P4.14 The national IdroGEO web platform for landslide data collection and sharing

Alessandro Trigila, Carla Iadanza (Italy)

P4.15 Mapping release and propagation areas of permafrost-related rockslope failures in the French Alps to identify hot spots for hazard assessment

Maëva Cathala1, Florence Magnin1, Ludovic Ravanel1, Luuk Dorren2, Zuanon Nicolas1, Frédéric Berger1, Franck Bourrier1, Philip Deline1 (1France, 2Switzerland)

P4.l6 Study of estimation methods and development of a system for estimating areas at high risk of sediment transport

Naoki Nishimura, Masayuki Matsuda, Hiroaki Nakaya (Japan)

P4.l7 Update landslide susceptibility modelling A new framework to compare and update a regional scale landslide susceptibility model

Pedro Henrique Muniz Lima1, Stefan Steger2, Helene Petschko3, Jason Goetz3, Joachim Schweigl1, Michael Bertagnoli1, Thomas Glade1 (1Austria, 2Italy, 3Germany)

P4.18 Upscaling and downscaling landslide susceptibility maps

Miloš Marjanović, Cvjetko Sandić, Uroš Đurić, Biljana Abolmasov (Serbia)

P4.19 Exploring functional regression for dynamic modeling of shallow landslides in South Tyrol, Italy

Mateo Moreno1,2, Thomas Opitz3, Stefan Steger1, Luigi Lombardo2, Alice Crespi1, Massimiliano Pittore1, Cees Van Westen2 (1Italy, 2The Netherlands, 3France)

P4.20 Deep Learning-based landslide mapping using multi-sensor satellite imagery

Aiym Orynbaikyzy, Frauke Albrecht, Wei Yao, Simon Plank, Mahdi Motagh, Wandi Wang, Sandro Martinis


P4.21 Role of baseline landslide inventory on the sensitivity of susceptibility models

Ugur Öztürk (Germany)

P4.22 Influence of geo-environmental factors on shallow landslide susceptibility in different environments

Micol Fumagalli, Paolo Frattini, Giovanni Crosta (Italy)

P4.23 How to gain knowledge about unconsolidated hillslope material for regional landslide susceptibility studies?

Kurka Margit (Austria)

P4.24 Definition of rainfall thresholds for shallow landslides in Colombian tropical mountainous catchments acopling physically-based model TRIGRS and probability density function

Ricardo Jaramillo-Gonzalez, Edier Aristizabal, Edwin García, Roberto José Marín Sánchez (Colombia)

P4.25 Calibration and validation of physically based distributed models for shallow landslides prediction

Nicolò Brilli1, Elena Benedetta Masi1, Veronica Tofani1, Federico Di Traglia2 (1Florence, 2Naples)

P4.26 Data-driven susceptibility assessment integrating predisposing factors derived from engineering geological mapping

Enrico D’Addario1, Eduardo Oliveira2, Emanuel D’Eramo1, Lorenzo Marzini1, Michele Amaddii1, Riccardo Giusti1, Francesco Manetti1, Leonardo Disperati1 (1Italy, 2Portugal)

P4.27 Release areas for shallow landslides on open slope in Norwegian Landscape: method development for landslide risk assessment

Jose Santiago Pullarello, Raymond Eilertsen, Knut Stalsberg, Kari Sletten (Norway)

P4.28 The use of rockfall data in statistical analysis and for the validation of rockfall hazard zoning

Sandra Melzner1, Johannes Hüb1, Marco Conedera2, Mauro Rossi3 (1Austria, 2Switzerland, 4Italy)

P4.29 Importance of discontinuity trace mapping in rockfall susceptibility assessments using high-resolution 3D point cloud analysis

Hrvoje Lukačić1, François Noël2, Snježana Mihalić Arbanas1, Michel Jaboyedoff3, Martin Krkač1 (1Croatia,

2Norway, 3Switzerland)

P4.30 Investigation of the rockfall triggering mechanisms in Slovenia, Europe

Nejc Bezak, Mateja Jemec Auflic, Ula Segina, Matjaz Mikos, Jost Sodnik (Slovenia)

P4.31 Source area definition and rockfall modelling in El Hierro (Canary Islands, Spain)

Roberto Sarro1, Mauro Rossi2, Paola Reichenbach2, Rosa María Mateos1 (1Spain, 2Italy)

P4.32 Using multi-temporal digital twins of Navagio beach (Zakynthos Island, Greece) for the detection of rock displacements after the 8.9.2022 earthquake

Aliki Konsolaki1, Emmanuel Vassilakis1, Stratis Karantanellis2, Konstantina Asimakopoulou1, Efthimios Lekkas1 (1Greece, 2USA)

P4.33 Technical-economic feasibility study for the reduction of rockfall risk in the locality of St. Magdalena, municipality of Bolzano (Autonomous Province of Bolzano – South Tyrol)

Daniel Costantini, Volkmar Mair, David Mosna (Italy)

P4.34 Active landslide mapping in urban mountainous settings through advanced-differential interferometry synthetic- aperture radar time series

Davide Caliò, Simone Mineo, Diego Di Martire, Domenico Calcaterra, Giovanna Pappalardo (Italy)

P4.35 Debris flows in urban environments: combining hazard and exposure toward a tailored emergency evacuation response

Raquel Melo1, José Luís Zêzere1, Sérgio C. Oliveira1, Ricardo A.C. Garcia1, Sandra Oliveira1, Susana Pereira1, Aldina Piedade1, Pedro P. Santos1, Theo van Asch2,3 (1Portugal, 2The Netherlands, 3China)

P4.36 Qualitative hazard assessment as first step for landslide consideration in urban planning

Jordi Marturià, Pere Buxó, Marc Janeras, Marcel Barbera, Jordi Ripoll (Spain)

P4.37 Gestión del riesgo por deslizamientos por lluvias extremas en la ciudad de Arequipa en Perú

Joel Ccanccapa Puma, Alejandro Víctor Hidalgo Valdivia (Peru)

P4.38 Risk management for landslides caused by extreme rains in the city of Arequipa in Peru

Joel Ccanccapa Puma, Alejandro Víctor Hidalgo Valdivia (Peru)

P4.39 Establishment of mountain disaster prevention countermeasures through landslide risk assessment around mountain wind power generation site

Man-Il Kim, Nam Gyun Kim (South Korea)

P4.40 Debris flows risk analysis in the Giampilieri and Briga river basins (SIcily, Italy)

Luca Falconi, Valerio Baiocchi, Lorenzo Moretti, Maurizio Pollino, Claudio Puglisi, Gaia Righini, Giulio Vegliante (Italy)

P4.41 Physical vulnerability mapping of debris flow in urban areas of Busan, Korea: a hazard level-based rainfall approach using rainfall thresholds, suscepbility maps, and vulnerability curves

Ji Sung Lee1, Chang Ho Song1, Ananta Man Singh Pradhan2, Yun Tae Kim1 (1South Korea, 2Nepal)

P.4.42 Semi-quantitative vulnerability of slope-units in terms of building aggregation for potential landslide runout

Ananta Man Singh Pradhan1, Yun Tae Kim2, Suchita Shrestha1, Ji Sung Lee2 (1Nepal, 2South Korea)

P4.43 Landslide distribution on Nepalese hill roads: role of existing construction practices and challenge for sustainable development

Prakash Chandra Ghimire (Nepal)

P4.44 The rising risk of settlements on large slow-moving landslides

Joaquin Vicente Ferrer, Oliver Korup (Germany)

P4.45 Landslide Hazard mapping in Dui Pui Village, Chiang Mai, Thailand

Sato Go1, Akihiko Wakai1, Jessada Karnjiana2, Peerapong Jisangiam2, Osamu Yokoyama1, Takatsugu Ozaki1, Nanaha Kitamura1 (1Japan, 2Thailand)

P4.46 Multidisciplinary approach in evaluating hydrogeological risk affecting linear infrastructures: strategies for risk definition and mitigation

Federica Bardi, Marco Bello, Leonardo Bordo, Andrea Cintioni, Flavio Conato, Elena Conigliaro, Gemma Di Martino, Nicla Di Stefano, Federico Draetta, Vincenzo Federico, Verdiana Iorio, Giorgia Ingegneri, Roberto Pizzol, Stefania Vagnozzi, Sara Padulosi (Italy)

P4.47 A nation-wide evaluation of the indirect impacts of hydro-geological events on local economies

Samuele Segoni, Stefano Clò, Francesco David (Italy)

P4.48 A web application for field data collection aimed at landslide-induced damage assessment

Debora Voltolina1, Ivan Marchesini1, Simone Sterlacchini1, Marco Zazzeri1, Susanna Grita1, Marco Donnini1, Luigi Gariano1, Massimiliano Alvioli1, Christian Gencarelli1, Mohammed Hammouti1, Txomin Bornaetxea2, Maria Teresa Brunetti1, Giuseppe Esposito1, Paola Salvati1 (1Italy, 2Spain)

P4.49 Seamount instabilities of the Mallorca Channel (Western Mediterránean)

Olga Sánchez Guillamón, Juan Tomás Vázquez, Gemma Ercilla, David Casas, Desirée Palomino, Patricia Bárcenas, Natalia Martínez-Carreño, Luis Miguel Fernández-Salas, Maria Gomez-Ballesteros (Spain)

P4.50 Grasp submarine landslides: combining geomorphological parameters and geostatistical analyses to assess geohazards in the Italian seas

Marco Bianchini, Nora Markezic, Daniele Casalbore, Daniele Spatola, Silvia Ceramicola, Francesco Latino Chiocci (Italy)

P4.51 Geohazard assessment of submarine landslides along the Squillace canyon headwalls, offshore Calabria (Ionian Sea)

Nora Markezic, Silvia Ceramicola, Emanuele Forte, Danilo Morelli (Italy)

P4.52 Submarine sedimentary instabilities on the Palomares Continental Margin (W Mediterranean)

David Casas1, Leire Retegui1, Ferran Estrada1, Mariano Yenes1, José Nespereira1, Daniele Casalbore2, Nieves López1, Gemma Ercilla1, Francesco Chiocci2, Javier Idarraga3, Manuel Teixeira4, Jackeline Ramos3 (1Spain,

2Italy, 3Colombia, 4Portugal)

P4.53 Landslides on Mid-Ocean ridges: the Bight Fracture Zone (N Atlantic)

Ferran Estrada, Gemma Ercilla, Irene Alejo, Marta Pérez Arlucea, Miguel Nombela, Maria Copete, Tatiana Glazkova, María Alvarez, Anxo Mena (Spain)

P4.54 Characterization of the submarine S- Eufemia slide (Calabro-Tyrrhenian margin, Italy) through the analysis of morpho-bathymetric and seismic data

Daniele Casalbore, Eleonora Martorelli, Alessandro Bosman, Francesco Chiocci (Italy)

P4.55 A spatio-temporal approach to evaluate rockfall exposure in Mallorca (Balearic Islands, Spain)

Juan López-Vinielles, Roberto Sarro, Rosa María Mateos, Mónica Martínez Corbella, Cristina Reyes-Carmona, Anna Barra, María Cuevas-González, Juan Antonio Luque, Jorge Pedro Galve, José Miguel Azañón, Oriol Monserrat (Spain)

P4.56 Efficient intensity measure for landslide vulnerability assessment of hillside buildings

Mahipal Kulariya, Sandip Saha (India)

P4.57 A nonstationary extreme value approach to estimating the temporal probability of rainfall induced shallow landslides under climate change

Hyuck-Jin Park, Han-Bin Kim, Jung-Hyun Lee, Jin-Ho Lee, Kwang-Youn Lee (South Korea)



P5.1 Interconnection of landslides’ activation with Mediterranean cyclones. The case of Cephalonia Island, Greece

Constantinos Nefros, Constantinos Loupasakis, Gianna Kitsara, Christos Giannakopoulos (Greece)

P5.2 Potential Instability of gas hydrate vs climate change: Chilean margin case study

Umberta Tinivella1, Michela Giustiniani1, Ivan Vargas-Cordero2, Giulia Alessandrini1 (1Italy, 2Chile)

P5.3 Effect of warming surface temperature on the occurrence of soil landslides

G.A. Chinthaka Ganepola (Thailand)

P5.4 Impact of extreme events related to climate change in montain areas: preliminary results from the Abruzzo region (central Italy)

Andrea Sembroni, Paola Molin (Italy)

P5.5 Estimating landslide hazard at the regional scale considering distinct climate change scenarios

Jose Zezere, Eusébio Reis, Susana Pereira, Pedro Santos, Sérgio Oliveira, Ricardo Garcia, Raquel Melo


P5.6 Rock slope spatio-temporal strain evolution: from field data to numerical modeling

Ondřej Racek1, Andrea Morcioni2, Jan Blahůt1, Tiziana Apuani2 (1Czech Republic, 2Italy)

P5.7 Extreme debris flows events recorded on Roya River triburaties : what challenges does this type of event pose for risk management ?

Raphaël Kerverdo, Marchiel Adrien, Gorini Christian, Lafuerza Sara, Fouache Eric (France)

P5.8 Reconstructing changes in debris flow activity on alluvial fans at Plansee (Tyrol, AT) using amphibious methods

Carolin Kiefer, Michael Krautblatter (Germany)

P5.9 Projections of landslide hazard across High Mountain Asia

Thomas Stanley, Rachel Soobitsky, Pukar Amatya, Dalia Kirschbaum (USA)

P5.10 Characterise thermal properties and quantify non-conductive heat fluxes in mountain permafrost

Samuel Weber, Cicoira Alessandro (Switzerland)

P5.11 Can long runout landslides with longitudinal ridges be used as paleoclimatic marker in Iceland and on Mars?

Giulia Magnarini1, Anya Champagne1, Costanza Morino2, Calvin Beck2, Meven Philippe2, Francesco Salese3, Alberto Fairén3, Armelle Decaulne2, Susan Conway2 (1United Kingdom, 2France, 3Spain)

P5.12 Flow behaviors and basal normal stresses of rock-ice avalanches in rotating drum expriments

Zhibo Dong, Lijun Su (China)

P5.13 Insights from monsoon-triggered landslide timing information derived from Sentinel-1

Katy Burrows1, Odin Marc2, Christoff Andermann3 (1Italy, 2France, 3Germany)

P5.14 Numerical calculations and scenario reconstruction of the February 7th, 2021, Chamoli Event

Shobhana Lakhera1, Michel Jaboyedoff1, Marc-Henri Derron1, Ajanta Goswami2 (1Switzerland, 2India)

P5.15 Investigating the influence of wildfire on the geotechnical properties of sloping pyroclastic soils

Luca Iervolino, Vito Foresta, Giuseppe Esposito, Fabio Matano, Dario Peduto (Italy)

P5.16 Reconstructing landslide history in tephra-mantled hillslopes: an examination of links between seismotectonic activity and landslide frequency

Takashi Kimura, Naoki Sakai (Japan)

P5.17 Estimation of seismic parameters of historical earthquakes based on a back-analysis of the Güevéjar landslide, Granada (Spain)

Martín Jesús Rodríguez-Peces, Julio Garzón-Roca, Jose Delgado, José Carlos Román Herrera (Spain)

P5.18 A study on preventive measures for earthquake-induced landslides in Republic of Korea

Junpyo Seo, Song Eu, Choongshik Woo (South Korea)

P5.19 Regional scale landslide activity intensification inferred from satellite SAR interferometry after triggering events and preparation of following landslide scenario

Benedetta Antonielli, Francesca Bozzano, Patrizia Caprari, Maria Elena Di Renzo, Matteo Fiorucci, Ebrahim Ghaderpour, Roberta Marini, Gian Marco Marmoni, Salvatore Martino, Paolo Mazzanti (Italy)

P5.20 Risk assessment and prediction of debris flow disaster in Bailong River Basin, China

Dongxia Yue, Yanyan Zhou (China)

P5.21 Using multi-temporal airborne LiDAR digital elevation model for the post-landslide evolution of a deep-seated landslide

Che-Ming Yang, Ting Chen, Yu-Chen Cheng, Jyh-Jong Liao, Yii-Wen Pan (Taiwan)

P5.22 Field experiment on the spatial temporal evolution of soil moisture of a rainfall induced loess landslide: implication for early warning

Shiqiang Bian, Guan Chen, Xingmin Meng, Yan Chong, Yunpeng Yang (China)

P5.23 Causes of creeping landslide under long-term disturbances: a case study of the Likan Highway Landslide

Shufen Zhao, Runqiang Zeng, Zonglin Zhang, Xingmin Meng (China)

P5.24 Effect of strength attenuation on failure during slope failure evolution

Zonglin Zhang, Runqiang Zeng, Xingmin Meng, Shufen Zhao, Jianhua Ma (China)

P5.25 Geomorphological features, evolution process and hazard of potential landslides in complex mountaious landscapes

Wangcai Liu, Yi Zhang, Xingmin Meng, Yuanxi Li, Aijie Wang (China)



P6.1 A preliminary study on 3D elastic dislocation inversion using high density surface displacement data

Chih-Yu Kuo (Taiwan)

P6.2 Basal pore water pressure evolution of rapid fine-grained material flows

Chiara Cesali, Francesco Federico (Italy)

P6.3 Exploring different numerical methods to improve the understanding of slow-moving landslides dynamics in Lower Austria

Yenny Alejandra Jiménez Donato1, Sabatino Cuomo2, Edoardo Carraro1, Angela Di Perna2, Francisca Soto Bravo1, Robert Kanta1, Philipp Marr1, Thomas Glade1 (1Austria, 2Italy)

P6.4 The rock-tower failure mechanism of the Mt. Catiello rock avalanche (Amalfi Peninunsula, southern Italy)

Miriam Limongiello, Domenico Calcaterra, Diego Di Martire, Pantaleone De Vita (Italy)

P6.5 Integrated approach for the investigation of slow kinematic landslides: the Vicari case study (Southern Italy)

Chiara Cappadonia, Diego Di Martire, Marco Rosone (Italy)

P6.6 Numerical modelling of a retrogressive failure in the source area of the Montaguto landslide

Jlenia Cocca, Rita Tufano, Luigi Guerriero, Francesco Maria Guadagno, Paola Revellino (Italy)

P6.8 Machine-learning for detection and prediction of cliff failures on the Baltic Sea coast in Mecklenburg–Western Pomerania (Federal Republic of Germany)

Nick Schüßler, Jewgenij Torizin, Michael Fuchs, Karsten Schütze, Kai Hahne, Dirk Kuhn, Claudia Gunkel, Dirk Balzer (Germany)

P6.9 Does random forest outperform the generalized additive model? An evaluation based on rainfall-triggered landslides in the Styrian Basin, Austria

Raphael Knevels1, Zhihao Wang1, Herwig Proske2, Philip Leopold2, Alexander Brenning1 (1Germany, 2Austria)

P6.10 Deep learning-based landslide occurrence time detection using SAR

Wandi Wang, Mahdi Motagh, Simon Plank, Aiym Orynbaikyzy, Sigrid Roessner, Zhuge Xia (Germany)

P6.11 Detection of precursors to the triggering of gravitational instabilities: multi-parameter chronicles, artificial intelligence and modelling

Olivier Maillard, Catherine Bertrand, Jean-Philippe Malet (France)

P6.12 Shallow landslide multi-temporal digital mapping in north-western Italy: a machine Learning approach

Michele Camillo Gabriele Licata, Stefano Faga, Giandomenico Fubelli (Italy)

P6.13 Applying extreme gradient boosting model for landslide susceptibility assessments

Paraskevas Tsangaratos, Aikaterini Alexandra Chrysafi, Ioanna Ilia (Greece)

P6.14 Constructing real-time monitoring system for roadside landslide prone slope through seismic spectrograms by deep neural network

Jui-Ming Chang, Wei-An Chao, Ming-Wan Huang (Taiwan)

P6.15 A coupled hydrological and hydrodynamic modelling approach for estimating the rainfall thresholds of debris flows occurrence

Zhenlei Wei (China)

P6.16 Hydrological characteristics triggering a landslide in a natural forested headwater in Taiwan

Wei-Li Liang (Taiwan)

P6.17 Estimation of landslide aquifer permeability changes using water level response to atmospheric loading

Zixuan Qin, Jian Guo, Mo Xu (China)

P6.18 Stability analysis of the 2019 Brumadinho dam failure

Abouzar Sadrekarimi, Guillermo Riveros (Canada)

P6.19 Case study on the impact of vegetation on a landslide initiation under torrential storms

Alessandro Fraccica1, Enrique Romero2 (1Italy, 2Spain)

P6.20 Bioclastesis as triggering factor for rockfalls and rockslides

Angelo Doglioni, Annalisa Albano, Giovanna D’Ambrosio, Vincenzo Simeone (Italy)

P6.21 Effect of Chrysopogon zizanioides growth on hill slope stability

Vishnu G, Bharat TV (India)

P6.22 Volcanic debris avalanche propagation mechanisms and dynamics: field evidence and analogue experiments Symeon Makris1, Irene Manzella2, Matteo Roverato3,4, Pablo Dávila Harris5, Alejandro Lomoschitz6, Paul Cole1, Alessandro Sgarabotto1 (1United Kingdom, 2The Netherlands, 3Italy, 4Switzerland, 5Mexico, 6Spain)

P6.23 The case study of the big landslide of Pomarico (Basilicata, southern Italy)

Filomena Canora, Angelo Doglioni, Francesco Sdao, Vincenzo Simeone (Italy)

P6.24 FABRE Consortium activity on landslide risk for bridges according to the Italian guidelines for the risk evaluation and the management for bridges

Lorenzo Brezzi, Francesca Dezi, Angelo Doglioni, Laura Longoni, Fabio Gabrieli, Fabiola Gibin, Nicola Perilli, Erica Cernuto, Arianna Lupattelli, Elisa Mammoliti, Monica Papini, Diana Salciarini, Vincenzo Simeone, Nunziante Squeglia, Paolo Simonini (Italy)

P6.25 The Montaguto earth flow: review of the achievements in the last 16-year period (2006-2022) and insights for predicting future activities

Paola Revellino, Daniele Cifaldi, Jlenia Cocca, Christian Formato, Luigi Guerriero2, Rita Tufano, Francesco Maria Guadagno (Italy)

P6.26 Remote sensing monitoring of earth-flows: insights and lessons learned from the Pietrafitta case study (Southern Italy)

Davide Mazza, Saverio Romeo, Antonio Cosentino, Paolo Mazzanti, Francesco Maria Guadagno, Paola Revellino (Italy)

P6.27 The peculiar case study of Pietracamela, Italy, a village simultaneously affected by rockfalls and deep seated phenomena

Mirko Francioni, Domenico Calcaterra, Diego Di Martire, Luigi Guerriero, Gabriele Scarascia Mugnozza, Nicola Sciarra (Italy)

P6.28 Collection and regimentation system for surface and meteoric waters applied directly on the slopes, both sils and rocks in any pedoclimatic condition

Marcello Zarotti (Italy)

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