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Calculation of average landslide frequency using climatic recordsAuthor(s): L. M. Reid
Source: Water Resources Research 34(4): 869-877.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionAbstract - Aerial photographs are used to develop a relationship between the number of debris slides generated during a hydrologic event and the size of the event, and the long-term average debris-slide frequency is calculated from climate records using the relation.
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CitationReid, L. M. 1998. Calculation of average landslide frequency using climatic records. Water Resources Research 34(4): 869-877.
KeywordsPSW4351, landslides, sediment, erosion, rainfall
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