In Italy, hydro-geological hazards and risks maps have been laid out since many years already by research institutions (Universities, National Research Council, ENEA, etc.) and national and regional technical services (Geological Survey, Basin Authorities, Regions etc.). The procedures adopted have not followed common standards, but variables in relation to the expertise of the researchers involved, the characteristics of studied areas, scale of work, etc. This contribution presents the experience of a pilot study carried out by researchers of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia and the National Research Council of Padua for the M unicipality of Corvara in Badia (South Tyrol), which extends for about 40 kmq and it is well known for its vocation to summer and winter tourism. The study was requested form the Autonomous Province of Bolzano - South Tyrol, and in particular the Geological and the Mountain Basins offices, and is one among the four carried out in South-Tyrol in order to test and define in further details the methodology suggested by the laws mentioned.

Landslide risk mapping in high mountainsy: an example of pilot study in the Dolomites (Italy) / Panizza, M.; Corsini, Alessandro; Marchetti, Mauro; Pasuto, A.; Silvano, S.; Soldati, Mauro. - STAMPA. - (2002), pp. 51-55. ((Intervento presentato al convegno Climate Changes, Active Tectonics and Related Geomorphic Effects in High Mountain Belts and Plateaux. IAG Symposium tenutosi a Addis Ababa (Etihopia) nel 9-10 December 2002.

Landslide risk mapping in high mountainsy: an example of pilot study in the Dolomites (Italy)

CORSINI, Alessandro;MARCHETTI, Mauro;SOLDATI, Mauro
2002

Abstract

In Italy, hydro-geological hazards and risks maps have been laid out since many years already by research institutions (Universities, National Research Council, ENEA, etc.) and national and regional technical services (Geological Survey, Basin Authorities, Regions etc.). The procedures adopted have not followed common standards, but variables in relation to the expertise of the researchers involved, the characteristics of studied areas, scale of work, etc. This contribution presents the experience of a pilot study carried out by researchers of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia and the National Research Council of Padua for the M unicipality of Corvara in Badia (South Tyrol), which extends for about 40 kmq and it is well known for its vocation to summer and winter tourism. The study was requested form the Autonomous Province of Bolzano - South Tyrol, and in particular the Geological and the Mountain Basins offices, and is one among the four carried out in South-Tyrol in order to test and define in further details the methodology suggested by the laws mentioned.
Climate Changes, Active Tectonics and Related Geomorphic Effects in High Mountain Belts and Plateaux. IAG Symposium
Addis Ababa (Etihopia)
9-10 December 2002
51
55
Panizza, M.; Corsini, Alessandro; Marchetti, Mauro; Pasuto, A.; Silvano, S.; Soldati, Mauro
Landslide risk mapping in high mountainsy: an example of pilot study in the Dolomites (Italy) / Panizza, M.; Corsini, Alessandro; Marchetti, Mauro; Pasuto, A.; Silvano, S.; Soldati, Mauro. - STAMPA. - (2002), pp. 51-55. ((Intervento presentato al convegno Climate Changes, Active Tectonics and Related Geomorphic Effects in High Mountain Belts and Plateaux. IAG Symposium tenutosi a Addis Ababa (Etihopia) nel 9-10 December 2002.
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