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Contribution of physical modeling to landslide hazard mapping: cases of Pays Basque coast and Barcelonnette area (France)

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Mechanical approaches represent a solution for quantitative landslide susceptibility and hazard modeling. However, as the quantity and the quality of data are generally very heterogeneous at a regional scale, it is necessary to take into account the uncertainty in the analysis. In this perspective, a new hazard modeling method is developed and integrated in a program named ALICE. This program integrates mechanical stability analysis through a GIS software taking into account data uncertainty. This method is being experimented on two French areas: the French Basque Coast and the Barcelonnette area. This method proposes a quantitative classification of landslide hazard and offers a useful tool to gain time and efficiency in hazard mapping. However, an expertise approach is still necessary to finalize the maps. Indeed it is the only way to take into account some influent factors in slope stability such as heterogeneity of the geological formations or effects of anthropic interventions. To go further, the Barcelonnette case study is being used to integrate climate change scenarios into ALICE program, and especially their precipitation component with the help of a hydrological model (GARDENIA).
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hal-00631110 , version 1 (11-10-2011)

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Rosalie Vandromme, Olivier Sedan, Marc Olivier, Nicolas Desramaut, Bernard Monod. Contribution of physical modeling to landslide hazard mapping: cases of Pays Basque coast and Barcelonnette area (France). 2èmes journées "Aléas Gravitaires", Sep 2011, Strasbourg, France. 6 p. (155 p.). ⟨hal-00631110⟩

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