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129 result(s) for 'earthquake' within Geoenvironmental Disasters

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  1. Probabilistic Tsunami Hazard Assessment (PTHA) is a method that has been developed to predict tsunami hazards with a return period of hundreds to thousands of years, beyond the limited availability of historical ...

    Authors: Ibrahim, Syamsidik, Azmeri, Muttaqin Hasan, Abdullah Irwansyah and Muhammad Daffa Al Farizi
    Citation: Geoenvironmental Disasters 2023 10:8
  2. With the increased frequency of extreme weather, landslides induced by extremely heavy rainfall pose a major threat to human lives and property safety. In July 2020, a landslide occurred in the strongly weathe...

    Authors: Honghua Liu, Peng Yu, Haitao Lu, Yongjian Xie, Zhongsheng Wang, Shengyou Hao, Hongjun Liu and Yunxia Fu
    Citation: Geoenvironmental Disasters 2023 10:5
  3. Coastal communities are highly exposed to ocean- and -related hazards but often lack an accurate population and infrastructure database. On January 15, 2022 and for many days thereafter, the Kingdom of Tonga w...

    Authors: Bruce Enki Oscar Thomas, Jean Roger, Yanni Gunnell and Salman Ashraf
    Citation: Geoenvironmental Disasters 2023 10:4
  4. On September 5, 2022, an Ms 6.8 earthquake occurred in Luding County, Ganzi Tibetan Autonomous ... The casualties and economic losses caused by the earthquake are huge. Most of the landslides triggered by this earthquake

    Authors: Zikang Xiao, Chong Xu, Yuandong Huang, Xiangli He, Xiaoyi Shao, Zhaoning Chen, Chenchen Xie, Tao Li and Xiwei Xu
    Citation: Geoenvironmental Disasters 2023 10:3
  5. The eruption starting time was between 04:10 and 04:20 UTC with an eruption intensity that increased drastically and produced a plume that reached a maximum height of about 58 km. The explosive phase lasted 13 h ...

    Authors: Kounghoon Nam, Fawu Wang, Kongming Yan and Guolong Zhu
    Citation: Geoenvironmental Disasters 2023 10:2
  6. The areas prone to geological hazards such as liquefaction need special attention with respect to social vulnerability. Though liquefaction by itself may not result in damage, it may trigger a series of ground fa...

    Authors: Saravana Ganesh Manoharan and Ganapathy Pattukandan Ganapathy
    Citation: Geoenvironmental Disasters 2023 10:1
  7. Microzonation becomes important for big cities like Medan (North Sumatra, Indonesia) as population agglomeration increases in urban areas resulting in rapid and unplanned construction. Mitigation efforts must be ...

    Authors: Teguh Rahayu, Zulkifli Nasution, Roesyanto and Dwikorita Karnawati
    Citation: Geoenvironmental Disasters 2022 9:26
  8. The joint event of 20th International Symposium on Geo-disaster Reduction (20th ISGdR) was held onsite and online during 16–19 August 2022 in Kanazawa City, Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan. This symposium focused o...

    Authors: Xi Xiong, Bo Zhang, Masaho Yoshida and Masakatsu Miyajima
    Citation: Geoenvironmental Disasters 2022 9:24
  9. In this work, correlation analysis between geohazards and geological, topographical, and geomorphological context was conducted. Concave slopes with height smaller than 200 m and slope gradient between 21° and...

    Authors: Shuai Zhang, Ping Sun, Ran Li, Yanlin Zhang and Jian Ren
    Citation: Geoenvironmental Disasters 2022 9:23
  10. A 6.6-Mw earthquake struck the Iburi region of Hokkaido, Japan ... Mizuho landslides, respectively. Unlike previous research on earthquake-induced landslides, which were investigated using mechanical ... and dry ...

    Authors: Mega Lia Istiyanti and Satoshi Goto
    Citation: Geoenvironmental Disasters 2022 9:21
  11. The 2019 Mw 7.0 Banten, Indonesia, earthquake occurred at a 49 km depth in ... data to analyse the fault source of the earthquake. Following the earthquake’s focal mechanism, we modelled a total...Mw 7.0 Banten, ...

    Authors: Endra Gunawan, Widjo Kongko, Munawar Kholil, Bayu Triyogo Widyantoro, Sri Widiyantoro, Pepen Supendi, Nuraini Rahma Hanifa, Ira Mutiara Anjasmara, Cecep Pratama and Aditya Riadi Gusman
    Citation: Geoenvironmental Disasters 2022 9:14
  12. Landslides are one of the most important geohazards. In 2004–2016, more than 55,000 people lost their lives to landslides and this does not include deaths caused by seismically triggered landslides. Overall lo...

    Authors: Kwan Ben Sim, Min Lee Lee and Soon Yee Wong
    Citation: Geoenvironmental Disasters 2022 9:3
  13. This paper proposes a three-phase method that combines multi-source (i.e. topographic, thematic, monitoring) input data in a GIS environment to rank—at small (1:250,000) scale—administrative units (e.g. munici...

    Authors: Giovanni Gullà, Gianfranco Nicodemo, Settimio Ferlisi, Luigi Borrelli and Dario Peduto
    Citation: Geoenvironmental Disasters 2021 8:31
  14. The main objective of this study is to understand the overall impact of earthquake in upper Indrawati Watershed, located in the ... distance to fault, and flow accumulation. The earthquake-induced landslide is cl...

    Authors: Pawan Gautam, Tetsuya Kubota and Aril Aditian
    Citation: Geoenvironmental Disasters 2021 8:30
  15. A seismic microzonation study was conducted to refine the seismic hazard model for the city of Saguenay, Canada. The Quaternary geology underlying Saguenay shows complex glacial and post-glacial stratigraphy w...

    Authors: Mohammad Salsabili, Ali Saeidi, Alain Rouleau and Miroslav Nastev
    Citation: Geoenvironmental Disasters 2021 8:27
  16. The joint event of 19th International Symposium on Geo-disaster Reduction (19ISGdR) and High-Level Academic Forum on Disaster Mitigation and Integrated Risk Defense on the Plateau was held on 11–15 July in Xin...

    Authors: Fenggui Liu, Guolong Zhu and Fawu Wang
    Citation: Geoenvironmental Disasters 2021 8:26
  17. The results of seismic risk assessment of spatially distributed infrastructure systems are significantly influenced by spatial correlation of earthquake intensity measures (IM). The assumption of ... for most of ...

    Authors: Morteza Abbasnejadfard, Morteza Bastami and Afshin Fallah
    Citation: Geoenvironmental Disasters 2021 8:24
  18. The 7.5 Mw tectonic earthquake that hit Palu City on 28 September...–4 to 2.56 × 10–4. The distribution of the locations of the liquefaction was correlated to the distribution of ground shear strain values. High ...

    Authors: Abdul Jalil, Teuku Faisal Fathani, Iman Satyarno and Wahyu Wilopo
    Citation: Geoenvironmental Disasters 2021 8:21
  19. This research paper aims to model Mass Movements Susceptibility (MMS) in the province of Tétouan. First, we identified the characteristics and spatial mapping of the different types of MM (collapse, mudflows, ...

    Authors: Meryem Elmoulat, Lahcen Ait Brahim, Abderrahman Elmahsani, Abdellah Abdelouafi and Mohammed Mastere
    Citation: Geoenvironmental Disasters 2021 8:20
  20. Although the Andean region is one of the most landslide-susceptible areas in the world, limited attention has been devoted to the topic in this context in terms of research, risk reduction practice, and urban ...

    Authors: Fernando Puente-Sotomayor, Ahmed Mustafa and Jacques Teller
    Citation: Geoenvironmental Disasters 2021 8:19
  21. NASA’s developers recently proposed the Sudden Landslide Identification Product (SLIP) and Detecting Real-Time Increased Precipitation (DRIP) algorithms. This double method uses Landsat 8 satellite images and ...

    Authors: Alfred Homère Ngandam Mfondoum, Pauline Wokwenmendam Nguet, Jean Valery Mefire Mfondoum, Mesmin Tchindjang, Sofia Hakdaoui, Ryan Cooper, Paul Gérard Gbetkom, Joseph Penaye, Ateba Bekoa and Cyriel Moudioh
    Citation: Geoenvironmental Disasters 2021 8:17
  22. This work focused on three landslide events that have attracted significant public concern due to the associated calamities they recorded in 1945, 2017 and 2019, i.e. the Charlotte, Regent and Madina landslide...

    Authors: Yusuf Alhaji Lahai, Kelvin F. E. Anderson, Yaguba Jalloh, Ibrahim Rogers and Mohamed Kamara
    Citation: Geoenvironmental Disasters 2021 8:16
  23. This study presents a method to identify safe places to build temporary accommodation and accessible relief routes using the results of damage analysis for an earthquake within the bounds of probability for the.....

    Authors: Sajad Ganjehi and Khadijeh Norouzi Khatiri
    Citation: Geoenvironmental Disasters 2021 8:15

    The Correction to this article has been published in Geoenvironmental Disasters 2021 8:23

  24. The 18th International Symposium on Geo-disaster Reduction (ISGdR) was held on 20–22 November in Beijing, China, focusing on the theme of “Improving the Relationship between Geoenvironment and Society”. In thi...

    Authors: Shengwen Qi, Ning Liang, Kongming Yan, Zili Dai and Fawu Wang
    Citation: Geoenvironmental Disasters 2021 8:12
  25. As climate change continues, wildfire outbreaks are becoming more frequent and more difficult to control. In mid-July 2017, a forest fire spread from the forests to the city of Split in Croatia. This unpredict...

    Authors: Marina Tavra, Ivan Racetin and Josip Peroš
    Citation: Geoenvironmental Disasters 2021 8:10
  26. Earthquake is a sudden release of energy due to faults. Natural calamities like earthquakes can neither be predicted nor prevented. However ... includes microzonation studies, appropriate construction procedures ...

    Authors: Alemayehu Ayele, Kifle Woldearegay and Matebie Meten
    Citation: Geoenvironmental Disasters 2021 8:9
  27. Natural disasters have been a significant hurdle in the economic growth of middle-income developing countries. Thailand has also been suffering from recurring flood disasters and was most which are severely af...

    Authors: Shubham Pathak and Jorge Chica Olmo
    Citation: Geoenvironmental Disasters 2021 8:8
  28. It has been known that Bengkulu City (Indonesia) is vulnerable to undergo seismic damage. This study is initiated by measuring horizontal to vertical spectral ratio (H/V) to sites in Bengkulu City using microtrem...

    Authors: Lindung Zalbuin Mase, Nanang Sugianto and Refrizon
    Citation: Geoenvironmental Disasters 2021 8:5
  29. Heavy rainfall frequently occurred in Kyushu and triggers the landslides every year. This study observes the landslides which occurred in Oita Prefecture, Kyushu, Japan. The landslides in this study, consisting o...

    Authors: Mega Lia ISTIYANTI, Satoshi GOTO and Hirotaka Ochiai
    Citation: Geoenvironmental Disasters 2021 8:4
  30. The unique geography and fragile geological condition have made Nepal more prone to various types of disasters. The 2015 Gorkha Earthquake had a serious effect on one-third ... with the situations. After the 2015...

    Authors: Chandani Bhandari, Ranjan Kumar Dahal and Manita Timilsina
    Citation: Geoenvironmental Disasters 2021 8:2
  31. The Atlantic coast of Morocco has been exposed to marine submersion events from storm surges and tsunamis which have resulted in human and economic losses. The absence of long term records for these hazards ma...

    Authors: Otmane Khalfaoui, Laurent Dezileau, Jean-Philippe Degeai and Maria Snoussi
    Citation: Geoenvironmental Disasters 2020 7:31
  32. Different water related risks such as lake outburst floods and water scarcity are typically assessed by separate methods and often by separate research communities. However, in a local context such as in mount...

    Authors: Alina Motschmann, Christian Huggel, Randy Muñoz and Angela Thür
    Citation: Geoenvironmental Disasters 2020 7:26
  33. The primary purpose of this study is to find out and discuss the characteristics, causes, and consequences of the landslides of June 13, 2017, in the Rangamati district Bangladesh. Since rainfall triggered the...

    Authors: Joynal Abedin, Yasin Wahid Rabby, Ikramul Hasan and Humaira Akter
    Citation: Geoenvironmental Disasters 2020 7:23
  34. Preliminary field assessment of the geological evidence for the September 2016 multiple tremors was felt as far as 10 km in Nok and Chori villages in the north and northwest of Kwoi respectively. This involved...

    Authors: Nathaniel Goter Goki, Solomon Anayo Onwuka, Adama Baba Oleka, Shekwoyandu Iyakwari, Ishak Yau Tanko, Aisha Abubakar Kana, Allu Augustine Umbugadu and Halima Osu Usman
    Citation: Geoenvironmental Disasters 2020 7:22
  35. Simada area is found in the South Gondar Zone of Amhara National Regional State and it is 780Km far from Addis Ababa. Physiographically, it is part of the northwestern highlands of Ethiopia. This area is part ...

    Authors: Tilahun Mersha and Matebie Meten
    Citation: Geoenvironmental Disasters 2020 7:20
  36. Local authorities i.e. government officials working at the district level and below and elected representatives of municipalities are the steering body of local-level disaster response mechanism in Nepal. The ...

    Authors: Shrijan Bahadur Malla, Ranjan Kumar Dahal and Shuichi Hasegawa
    Citation: Geoenvironmental Disasters 2020 7:15
  37. Landslide dams inevitably demonstrate the potential for catastrophic failure with high-risk damage to life and property at the downstream site. Hence, knowledge of the internal stability of dam materials is a ...

    Authors: Prakash Dhungana and Fawu Wang
    Citation: Geoenvironmental Disasters 2020 7:13