FS VarThick WET
Landslide Hazard Assessment under static conditions method used, is using the infinite slope model to model shallow landslides triggered by precipitation:
Fs= [ c’ + (γapp-m*γw)*z*cos2β*tanφ’ ] / [γapp* z*sinβ*cosβ ]
where,
φ': effective angle of friction of geomaterial (0)
c’: effective cohesion of geomaterial (kPa),
γ: specific weight (kN/m3),
β: slope angle (Deg),
γw: specific weight of the water (kN/m3),
z: normal thickness of the failure slab (m). Sliding masss thickness: Variablethickness calculated using the "z" model (Catani et.al, 2011).
m: percentage of the water saturated failure slab (%) and
γapp = γ*(1-m) + γsat*m, if slope is dry then γapp = γ (m=0%), if completely saturated γapp = γsat
Effective cohesion (c') and effective angle of friction (φ') values took into account the presence of fractured zones mapped using remote sensing tecniques.
Partners responsible: LP (TEICM) and P1 (DUTh)

Fs 5m wet Lineaments
Landslide Hazard Assessment under static conditions method used, is using the infinite slope model to model shallow landslides triggered by precipitation:
Fs= [ c’ + (γapp-m*γw)*z*cos2β*tanφ’ ] / [γapp* z*sinβ*cosβ ]
where,
φ': effective angle of friction of geomaterial (0)
c’: effective cohesion of geomaterial (kPa),
γ: specific weight (kN/m3),
β: slope angle (Deg),
γw: specific weight of the water (kN/m3),
z: normal thickness of the failure slab (m). Sliding masss thickness = 5m.
m: percentage of the water saturated failure slab (%) and
γapp = γ*(1-m) + γsat*m, if slope is dry then γapp = γ (m=0%), if completely saturated γapp = γsat
Effective cohesion (c') and effective angle of friction (φ') values took into account the presence of fractured zones mapped using remote sensing tecniques.
Partners responsible: LP (TEICM) and P1 (DUTh)

Overall objective
The global objective is to achieve a strong regional partnership and copereration by the Development of a Scientific Network for the establishment a scientific consensus, in order to setup common stategies and natural hazard prevention methods. The Scientific Network members will work together sharing competencies and recources to address earthquake, landslide and flood hazards which does have Trans - boundary consequences both on the economy and on the environment.

Specific objectives
  • Setup common terminology,methodologies and strategies for Earthquake, Landslide and Flood Hazards ELFH prevention.
  • Development of a Web Gis Platform that will support decision making and will also provide data and information to the scintific community interested in Earthquake, Landslide and Flood Hazards (ELFH), that promoting research and innovation reagarding natural hazard's prevention and preparedness in the Black Sea area.
  • Implement finally selected(developed or adapted ) methodologies to access hazards on a regional scale and on local scale in selected locations.
  • Provide training with open seminars and workshops.
Locations of the joint Action
  • Greece : Kentriki Makedonia-Serres , Anatoliki Makedonia Thraki-Komotini, Evros/Marica river catchment within the eligible area, all towns
  • Bulgaria : Yogostochen, Evros/Marica river within the eligible area, all towns)
  • Turkey : Tekirdaq, Evros river catchment within the eligible area, all towns, Istanbul, the wider areaof Samsun.
  • Romania : NUTS II region of the South-East, Danube rever delta wider area, all cities
  • Moldova : Moldova, Danube river delta wider area
  • Ukraine : Odessa, Danube river dalta wider area, all cities

About SciNetNatHaz

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Accelerometers

Floods

Landslides

Serres

Serres Pilot Implementation Area

Morfometric

General & Topo data

Seismic

Engineering Geology

Meteo

HazUS

Susceptibility DRY

Susceptibility WET

Mora & Vahrson

Factor of Safety

FS calculation parameters

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