Mauro Rossi, CNR IRPI, participated to the event, and illustrated SW tools developed by LAMPRE to model landslide susceptibility and the statistics of landslide area and volume.
Scientists at GIS have have successfully used Lampre SW to model landslide areas to study an inventory of submarine landslides off shore Israel. Application of the Lampre SW to submarine landslides was unexpected, and extends the potential application of the products designed by LAMPRE.
The presentations took place on the 19th of May in Jerusalem involving one of the member of the LAMPRE Stakeholder and User Group.
Given the excellent results obtained, collaborative work between LAMPRE and GSI scientists is expected to continue.