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Site-specific Vulnerability Assessment for Debris Flows: Two Case Studies
Liu Xilin
Corresponding AuthorLiu XL
AbstractHere the vulnerability is defined as the potential total maximum losses due to a debris flow damaging event for a specific debris flow fan. The vulnerability is classified into property vulnerability and population vulnerability. Assessment indexes include the assets of buildings, traffic facilities, lifeline works, personal properties, and land resources for property vulnerability; age, education, and wealth of the inhabitants, natural population growth rate, and population density for population vulnerability. The vulnerability is expressed as the sum of the transformed values of the losses of property and population. Two study cases with post-fact damages by historic debris flow events in Sichuan of SW China are presented.
KeywordVulnerability To Debris Flow Vulnerability Factors Case Study China
Document Type期刊论文
CollectionJournal of Mountain Science_Journal of Mountain Science-2006_Vol3 No.1
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Liu Xilin. Site-specific Vulnerability Assessment for Debris Flows: Two Case Studies[J]. JOURNAL OF MOUNTAIN SCIENCE,2006,3(1):20–27.
APA Liu Xilin.(2006).Site-specific Vulnerability Assessment for Debris Flows: Two Case Studies.JOURNAL OF MOUNTAIN SCIENCE,3(1),20–27.
MLA Liu Xilin."Site-specific Vulnerability Assessment for Debris Flows: Two Case Studies".JOURNAL OF MOUNTAIN SCIENCE 3.1(2006):20–27.
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