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Towards a National Landslide Susceptibility Map of the United States The primary objective of the research opportunity is to develop a uniform and accurate approach for assessing, mapping, and communicating landslide susceptibility that can be implemented consistently across the entire U.S., including Hawaii, Alaska, Puerto Rico, and U.S. territories. The research will leverage existing databases, such as the U.S. landslide inventory database and high-resolution digital elevation, climate, vegetation, rainfall, hydrology, and geologic or soils information as model inputs, to develop and test novel approaches for susceptibility modeling. The proposed research opportunity therefore provides many avenues for innovative research and original contributions to identify suitable approaches for modeling landslide susceptibility.
|Effective start/end date||7/15/21 → 7/14/22|
- US Geological Survey: $10,000.00
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