Bin 2.3 Heavy rainfall induced landslides
Will the risk of rainfall-induced lanslides change?
The Tools in Bin 2.3 provide background on rainfall-induced landslide processes and demonstrate a method of estimating future landslide risk.
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- A brief overview of Tools 2.3.1 to 2.3.5.
(PDF 483 KB)
- A general introduction to the causes of rainfall-induced landslides.
(PDF 798 KB)
- Describes in generic terms the datasets needed to calculate the probability of a rainstorm-induced landslide occurring at any point in New Zealand and the specific datasets used for a study in Wellington to assess the rainfall-induced landslide hazard.
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- Describes a generic methodology that can be used to calculate the probability of a rainstorm-induced landslide occurring at any point in New Zealand.
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- Presents the results of applying the Probabilistic Rainfall-Induced Landslide Hazard Model (PRILHM) methodology described in [Tool 2.3.3] to produce hazard maps for a range of rainfall conditions.
(PDF 340 KB)
- This tool identifies the next stages in an assessment of rainfall-induced landslide impacts due to climate change.