LANDSLIDE SUSCEPTIBILITY MAPPING WITH FUZZY METHODOLOGY

Remote Sensing & GIS for Environmental Monitoring & Exploration

Authors

First and Last Name Academic degree E-mail Affiliation
Vincenzo Barrile Ph.D. vincenzo.barrile [at] unirc.it Mediterranea University
Reggio Calabria, Italy
Ernesto Bernardo Ph.D. ernesto.bernardo [at] unirc.it Mediterranea University
Reggio Calabria, Italy
Giuliana Bilotta Ph.D. giuliana.bilotta [at] gmail.com IUAV
Venezia, Italy
Antonino Fotia Ph.D. antonino.fotia [at] unirc.it Mediterranea University
Reggio Calabria, Italy

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First publshed on this website: 01.11.2020 - 17:14
Abstract 

This work proposes an experimental methodology for the characterization of the susceptibility to landslides in the Reggio Calabria area through the combination of remote sensing, GIS systems and soft computing. In particular, we created, a map of the susceptibility to landslides in GIS environment using neural network and fuzzy methodology, producing five categories (levels) of risk. Subsequently, starting from this map, we identified the areas of the road’s network most exposed to landslide risk also using remote sensing techniques (classification and segmentation techniques) overlapped on the street map. This system provides us the level of attention that affects the transport infrastructure investigated (a higher level of attention corresponds to a higher level of landslide risk).

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Comments

Secretary GeoTerrace
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Dear authors,

Thank you for your paper submission!

Please note that all figures must be clear and understandable (minimum 500 dpi).

We are looking forward to reviewing your updated paper!

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Tue, 11/03/2020 - 16:27
Ernesto Bernardo
researcher

Good evening, I replaced the images that looked low resolution as requested. However, I noticed that when I saved the word document, the high resolution images automatically became low resolution.
As proof of what I say I am attaching the high resolution images. The only alternative is to delete some images and enlarge the others. Kindly tell me what to do, thanks

Best regards, Ernesto Bernardo

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Thu, 11/05/2020 - 20:49
Ernesto Bernardo
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I send you the original high resolution images (Figure 1.b; Figure 3.a, 3.b, 3.c)

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