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Fig. 4 | Geoenvironmental Disasters

Fig. 4

From: A new classification of earthquake-induced landslide event sizes based on seismotectonic, topographic, climatic and geologic factors

Fig. 4

Graphs (events along Y-axis) showing the results of the classification for 50 earthquake events that are likely to have triggered most of the landslides – according to our database (see Appendix A, B) and related analysis. Left graph: the relative weight of the five contributing factors (see used symbols in legend) is indicated along the respective event bar. Right graph: the size of an event is shown (along X-axis) in terms of observed and predicted number of induced landslides (resp., red and black squares along the grey horizontal bar produced for each event) and total affected area (blue cross in the same line)

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