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# 17.34. Predicting landslides

Module contributed by Paolo Cavallini - Faunalia

Bemerkung

This chapter shows how to create an oversimplified model to predict the probability of landslides.

First, we calculate slope (choose among various backends; the interested reader can calculate the difference between the outputs):

• GRASS ► r.slope

• SAGA ► Slope, Aspect, Curvature

• GDAL Slope

Then we create a model of predicted rainfall, based on the interpolation of rainfall values at meteo stations:

• GRASS ► v.surf.rst (resolution: 500 m)

The probability of a landslide will be very roughly related to both rainfall and slope (of course a real model will use more layers, and appropriate parameters), let’s say `(rainfall * slope )/100`:

• SAGA ► Raster calculator rain, slope: `(a*b)/100` (or: GRASS ► r.mapcalc)

• then let’s calculate what are the municipalities with the greatest predicted risk of rainfall: SAGA ► Raster statistics with polygons (the parameters of interest are Maximum and Mean)