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SHALSTAB. A digital terrain model for mapping shallow landslide potential. William E. Dietrich. Earth and Planetary Science. University of California. Berkeley. SHALSTAB is based on an infinite slope form of the Mohr-Coulomb failure law in which the downslope component of the weight of the soil just at failure, t. puolanganpallo.comab dem=name phy=name c_soil=name gamma=name z=name k=name [ root=name] susceptibility=susceptibility critic_rain=critical rain [--overwrite].
Purpose The Shallow Landsliding Stability Model (SHALSTAB) and Stability Index Mapping (SINMAP) models have been applied to various landslide. This module is a realization of the SHALSTAB (Shallow Slope Stability) model from Montgomery & Dietrich (). The model computes grid cell critical shallow . Application of the SHALSTAB model for mapping susceptible landslide areas in mine zone (Quadrila/spl acute/tero Ferri/spl acute/fero in southeast Brazil).
Landslides are a common problem in the southeast of Brazil mainly after strong summer rainfalls. The understanding of this process has been awaking the int. This model allows to apply the algorithm developed by Montgomery and Dietrich () in GRASS GIS. According to these authors, the SHALSTAB model. 17 Jan Full-Text Paper (PDF): Application of the SHALSTAB model for the identification of areas susceptible to landslides: Brazilian case studies. 1. USING SHALSTAB IN ARCVIEW. SHALSTAB is a program for predicting the probable locations of shallow infinite-slope type landslides, based on slope. Abstract. SHALSTAB started as a digital terrain model for mapping the pattern of potential shallow slope instability (Dietrich et al., , Dietrich et al.,
This work employs the computational model SHALSTAB to identify areas susceptible to mass Among them, the SHALSTAB (Shallow Landsliding Stability. 20 Mar This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction. Previous Work. Shalstab Theory. Shalstab Validation. Application of Shalstab in Forest. 17 Jun SHALSTAB is a coupled, steady-state runoff and infinite-slope stability model which can be used to map the relative potential for shallow. 1 USING SHALSTAB IN ARCVIEW SHALSTAB is a program for predicting the probable locations of shallow infinite-slope type landslides, based on slope angle.