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Feedback on four exemplary early warning systems for landslides

Abstract : In some contexts, the only solution to manage the risk of slope instability induced by precipitation is to set up an early warning system. Such systems are designed to issue warnings at the right time to enable action to be taken and to guarantee public safety, for landslides can be deployed at the scale of a single slope or at regional scale. Sometimes, local and regional systems coexist in the same area without a real synergy. In order to illustrate the conditions and frameworks in which these different systems operate, this article focuses on four exemplary systems: the Ruines de Séchilienne in France and the Ancona landslide in Italy at the local scale, Norway and Hong Kong systems at the regional scale. This article is based on scientific literature. Note that the scientific observation systems and the monitoring systems, that do not address the issue of response capability, are not included in it.
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Stella Coccia, Emmanuelle Klein. Feedback on four exemplary early warning systems for landslides. 5. International Symposium Rock Slope Stability (RSS 2021), C2ROP (Chutes de blocs, Risques Rocheux, Ouvrages de Protection); (REX (Institut pour la recherche appliquée et l'expérimentation en génie civil), Nov 2021, Chambéry, France. pp.67-68. ⟨ineris-03523071⟩



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