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Publications by [Hasegawa S.]

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<p>Landslides are the most frequent natural disaster in Nepal. As such, the scientific study of the Nepal landslides has been in progress for several years, but no significant achievement has been made in preventing landslides and mitigating disaster damage ...
Reference: Georisk: Assessment and Management of Risk for Engineered Systems and Geohazards, 2013
<p>Landslides are the most frequent natural disaster in Nepal. As such, the scientific study of the Nepal landslides has been in progress for several years, but no significant achievement has been made in preventing landslides and mitigating disaster damage ...
Reference: Georisk: Assessment and Management of Risk for Engineered Systems and Geohazards, 2013
Geologically and tectonically active Himalayan Range is characterized by highly elevated mountains and deep river valleys. Because of steep mountain slopes, and dynamic geological conditions, large scale landslides are very common in Lesser and Higher Himalayan ...
Reference: EnvironmentalGeology, 57(6):1423‐1434, 2009
Geologically and tectonically active Himalayan Range is characterized by highly elevated mountains and deep river valleys. Because of steep mountain slopes, and dynamic geological conditions, large-scale landslides are very common in Lesser and Higher Himalayan ...
Reference: Environmental Geology
Measuring some 2400 km in length, the Himalaya accommodate millions of people in northern India and Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, and parts of other Asian nations. Every year, especially during monsoon rains, landslides and related natural events in these mountains ...
Reference: Geomorphology 100 (2008) 429–443
Flow-like landslides triggered by rainfall are very prominent in Nepal and Shikoku, Japan. In July 2002, many landslides occurred in the southern hills of the Nepalese capital, Kathmandu, because of torrential rainfall. A single flow-like landslide occurred ...
Reference: The 10th IAEG International Congress, Nottingham, United Kingdom, 6-10 September 2006, Paper number 819