Landslide Susceptibility Mapping in Basha Diamer Dam Area using Remote Sensing and Modelling Techniques
Location within country: Diamer district of Gilgit-Baltistan province
The objectives of this project were: 1) To develop a landuse/landcover map from ALOS/AVNIR-2 satellite images using Object Based Image Analysis (OBIA) technique, and 2) To delineate the landslide potential area using maximum entropy and weighted logistic regression approaches.
Location within country: Hatlon province
The main objectives of this project were; 1) Analyze the landslide susceptibility in the selected area of Tajikistan by logistic regression approach, 2) Update existing settlements using ALOS satellite images, and 3) Assess the level of landslide exposure for villages.
Location within country: Rinchending area
This project aimed at analyzing the landslide susceptibility in the Rinchending area of Bhutan by utilizing a multi criterion evaluation with the application of RS and GIS technologies.
Slope instability, particularly, in most part of the extended Township of Rinchending has become a serious problem for the municipality and district authorities.
Location within country: Malang and Blitar districts
The objectives of this project were: 1) To explore ALOS satellite data for identification of landslide points, 2) To assess landslide susceptibility using a deterministic model called SINMAP, 3) To compare landslide map generated by the SINMAP model with the existing landslide map prepared from weighted overlay method, 4) To update the previous landuse/landcover map using the ALOS data.
Landslide Hazard Zonation Mapping for Sustainable Development in Bhutan - A Case Study in Phuntsholing Area
Location within country: Phuntsholing area
The project aimed at modeling the rain triggered landslides utilizing a deterministic slope stability predictive tool based on RS and GIS technologies.
The study area, Phuntsholing has very steep terrains with weak geology, and during the rainy season the region witnesses many landslides and the situation are getting worse due to population pressure as well as infrastructure development, especially roads.