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Table 2 Input data for landslide susceptibility mapping in Quito

From: Landslide Susceptibility Mapping of Urban Areas: Logistic Regression and Sensitivity Analysis applied to Quito, Ecuador

Code Content Disaggregation level Specifications, type Data Source Year
bin Landslide Events Point Binary COE-M Quito 2005–2017
1geo Lithology 50 m Pre-discretized from categorical to weights (weighted classes) FUNEPSA et al. 2015 2015
2cov Land Use/Vegetation Cover 50 m Pre-discretized from categorical to weights FUNEPSA et al. 2015 2015
3sei Seismicity 50 m Pre-discretized from categorical to weights FUNEPSA et al. 2015 2015
4pre Intense Precipitations (in 24 h) 50 m Pre-discretized from continuous to weights FUNEPSA et al. 2015 2015
5sta Soil Stability (from former landslides) 50 m Pre-discretized from categorical to weights FUNEPSA et al. 2015 2015
6slo Slope 50 m Pre-discretized from continuous to weights FUNEPSA et al. 2015 2015
7pop Population Block Scale Continuous, discretized by natural breaks to weights INEC 2010
8roa Streets (Roads) Density Street segment Continuous, discretized by natural breaks to weights STHV – MDMQ 2016
9bui Floor Area Building Scale Continuous, discretized by natural breaks to weights STHV – MDMQ 2017
10gro Building Footprint Area Building Scale Continuous, discretized by natural breaks to weights STHV – MDMQ 2017
  1. NOTE: COE-M is the Metropolitan Emergency Operations Committee of Quito, FUNEPSA et al., (2015) is the report containing the official surveyed data for Quito Municipality - Disaster Risk Management Division, INEC is the Ecuadorian National Institute of Statistics and Census, STHV-MDMQ is the Secretariat of Territory, Habitat and Housing of Quito Municipality