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In the Rendina basin, shallow landslides are the main land degradation problem and PESERA was extended (PESERA-L) to simulate them. However, the temporal and spatial dimensions at which shallow landslides occur are not readily translated to land use management options and cost-benefit analysis, so the DESMICE model could not be applied at this site. However, the results of PESERA-L are described in full in »PESERA-L: an addendum to simulate shallow mass movement.

 

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