Poster Programme NH3.13

NH3.13

Prediction and classification techniques in landslide hazard assessment
Convener: Biswajeet Pradhan  | Co-Convener: Lee Saro 
Oral Programme
 / Tue, 04 May, 15:30–17:15  / Room 4
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Tue, 04 May, 17:30–19:00  / Halls X/Y

Attendance Time: Tuesday, 4 May 2010, 17:30–19:00
Halls X/Y
XY603
EGU2010-48
An application of adaptive neuro-fuzzy inference system to landslide susceptibility mapping (Klang valley, Malaysia)
Ebru Sezer, Biswajeet Pradhan, and Candan Gokceoglu

Halls X/Y
XY604
EGU2010-815
An application of neural network model for landslide susceptibility classification on Pahang area, Malaysia
Biswajeet Pradhan and Shattri Mansor

Halls X/Y
XY605
EGU2010-988
Validation of a neural network model using cross application approaches
Biswajeet Pradhan, Saro Lee, Oh Hyun-Joo, and Manfred F. Buchroithner

Halls X/Y
XY606
EGU2010-2814
Landslide detection and susceptibility analysis using aerial photographs and weight of evidence
Lee Saro and Oh Hyun-Joo

Halls X/Y
XY607
EGU2010-2816
Prediction of Landslide using Integration Technique
Lee Saro and Oh Hyun-Joo

Halls X/Y
XY608
EGU2010-7410
A slope code system for evaluation and classification of slope
Bo-An Jang and Hyun-Sic Jang

Halls X/Y
XY609
EGU2010-14101
The landslide inventory as the basis of susceptibility and hazard assessment
Ramon Copons, Rogelio Linares, Jordi Cirés, and Anna Tallada

Halls X/Y
XY610
EGU2010-6130
A comparison of susceptibility maps created with logistic regression and SINMAP for spatial planning in the Lanzhou City, China
Shibiao Bai, Benni Thiebes, Rainer Bell, Thomas Glade, and Jian Wang

Halls X/Y
XY611
EGU2010-11249
Landslide risk as an environmental threat for Izmir (West Turkey) city and its urban expansion
Aykut Akgun and Cem Kincal

Halls X/Y
XY612
EGU2010-11290
Spatial agreement of predicted results in landslide susceptibility maps
Simone Sterlacchini, Cristiano Ballabio, Jan Blahut, Marco Masetti, and Alessandro Sorichetta

Halls X/Y
XY613 EGU2010-3633
Landslides susceptibility mapping based on bivariate theory in a GIS (withdrawn)
Mohamed MASTERE, Lahsen AÏT BRAHIM, Brigitte VAN VLIET LANOË, Nasr EL FAHCHOUCH, and Abdellah ABDELOUAFI