New publication from RECONECT: Article in Advances in Hydroinformatics

The article “The 1915 Mud-Debris Flow at San Fruttuoso Di Camogli: Modeling the Collapse Effects in the Portofino Pilot Area of the H2020 Reconect Project” published in Advances in Hydroinformatics (publication of the Springer Water book series) is now online.

This article  deals with the creation of a numerical model based on historical testifying and the available evidences for the shallow landslide occurred after an intense rain event that hit the Portofino promontory in 1915.

This reconstruction allows to test the modeling technique in order to furtherly assess possible risk scenario even in other areas and in the framework of the H2020 RECONECT project, where recovering ancient terraces is considered in the framework of the Nature Based Solutions to riduce geo-hydrological risk.

The article from from Guido Paliaga, Steven N. Ward, Fabio Luino, Laura Turconi, and Francesco Faccini is available HERE

Controlled flooding through a bypass canal along the Waal river, Nijmegen, Netherlands ©Zoran Vojinovic

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