IPL Project 210 Massive landsliding in Serbia following Cyclone Tamara in May 2014 progress report
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The IPL project No 210 titled “Massive landsliding in Serbia following Cyclone Tamara in May 2014” started at March 2016. The study area is located in the Western and Central part of the Republic of Serbia territory affected by Cyclone Tamara in May 2014. The project aims to summarize and analyse all relevant collected data, including historic/current rainfall, landslide records, aftermath reports, and environmental features datasets from the May 2014 sequence. Objectives of the proposed project include: collecting all available and acquiring new landslides data, analysing the trigger/landslide relation in affordable time span and May 2014 event, relating the landslide mechanisms and magnitudes versus the trigger, locating spatial patterns and relationships between landslides and geological and environmental controls, proposing an overview susceptibility map of the event and numerical modelling on the site specific location/landslide mechanism. The Project is organized by University of... Belgrade, Faculty of Mining and Geology and Faculty of Civil Engineering. Project beneficiaries are local community and local and regional authorities. In this paper we will present progress report of the proposed project targets performed by project participants.
Source:2018 IPL Symposium on landslides, 03 December 2018, Kyoto University, Uji campus, Kyoto, Japan, 2018, 47-51
- The International Consortium on Landslides (ICL), Kyoto
- Project BEWARE (BEyond landslide aWAREness) funded by the People of Japan and UNDP Office in Serbia (grant No. 00094641)
- The application of GNSS and LIDAR technology for infrastructure facilities and terrain stability monitoring (RS-36009)