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M. J. Crozier, “Landslides: Causes, Consequences and Environment,” Croom Helm Australia Pty. Ltd., London, 1986, 252 p.

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: Landslide Hazard Zonation in NH-1A in Kashmir Himalaya, India

    AUTHORS: R. K. Chingkhei, A. Shiroyleima, L. Robert Singh, Arun Kumar

    KEYWORDS: Landslide Hazard Zonation; Landslide Hazard Management; GIS

    JOURNAL NAME: International Journal of Geosciences, Vol.4 No.10, December 31, 2013

    ABSTRACT: The paper presents a methodology for landslide hazard zonation mapping using GIS and remote sensing data. The study has been carried out along NH-1A-Udhampur to Banihal in Kashmir Himalaya as this terrain is prone to the landslide hazards. The present study has been made to derive and identify the important terrain factors contributing to landslide occurrences in the region and corresponding thematic data layers are generated in GIS domain. These terrain data are collected from the topographic maps, satellite imageries, field visits and available published maps. A GIS database is prepared by digitizing these maps along with tabular data and their corresponding weightage is assigned using Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) based criteria ranking method for determining the standardized scores of criteria expressing their factor of importance for a given decision problem in terms of thematic parameters, categories and their normalized weights. Statistically integrating weightages from these thematic maps, a specific landslide hazard map was developed on a GIS platform. The resulting landslide hazard zonation map delineates the area into different zones of six classes of landslide hazard zones i.e., severe, very high, high, moderate, low and very low.