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Título: Integration of landslide susceptibility maps for land use planning and civil protection emergency management
Autor: Oliveira, Sérgio C.
Zêzere, José Luís
Guillard-Gonçalves, Clémence
Garcia, Ricardo A. C.
Pereira, Susana
Palavras-chave: landslides
land use planning
emergency management
Data: 2017
Editora: SpringerOpen
Citação: Oliveira, S.C., Zêzere, J.L., Guillard-Gonçalves, C., Garcia, R.A.C., Pereira, S. (2017). Integration of landslide susceptibility maps for land use planning and civil protection emergency management. In: Sassa, K., Mikoš, M., Yin, Y. (eds). Advancing culture of living with Landslides. WLF 2017. Springer, Cham. p. 543-553. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-59469-9_49
Relatório da Série N.º: Advancing Culture of Living with Landslides;
Resumo: Landslides are one of the most relevant geomorphological hazards in Portugal, by the high levels of people affected, destruction of assets and disruption of economic and social activities. Regarding the Portuguese territorial land use planning and emergency management, regulation, practice, prevention and risk management have been promoted in different ways. In Portugal, the areas susceptible to landslides are included in the ‘National Ecological Reserve’, which is a public utility restriction legal figure that rules the land use planning at the municipal level. In addition, the Municipal Emergency Plans include landslide susceptibility maps that are combined with the map of the exposed elements, allowing the assessment of exposure to landslides. This study is applied to the Loures municipality located to the north of Lisbon. In this municipality 621 landslides registered in a landslide inventory (rotational slides, deep-seated translational slides and shallow translational slides) that affected 1,469,577 m2 (0.87%) of the Loures territory. The final landslide susceptibility map shows that in Loures municipality 1347 ha are associated to a Very high landslide susceptibility and 2372 ha to High landslide susceptibility, which corresponds both to 22.1% of the entire municipality, and constitutes the larger fraction of the National Ecological Reserve, related to landslides. These areas do not presente geomorphological and geotechnical suitability for building structures or infrastructures. From the civil protection and emergency management point of views 34 classes of exposed elements were identified in the municipality, with point, linear and polygonal representations. The elements at risk located in the Very High or High landslide susceptibility classes were summarized and correspond to: high voltage poles; wind turbines; transmission/reception antennas; industrial areas; water tanks; silo; gas station/tank; servisse area; buildings of educational institutions; worship buildings; buildings of electricity facilities; regular buildings; gas pipeline; motorways; national roads; and municipal roads.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/35472
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-59469-9_49
ISSN: 978-3-319-53500-5
Versão do Editor: https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-59469-9_49
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