Debris flows in southeast Brazil: susceptibility assessment for watersheds and and vulnerability assessment of buildings

Bianca Carvalho Vieira, Luzia Matos De Souza, Ana Luiza Alcalde, Vivian Cristina Dias, Carlos Bateira & Tiago Damas Martins
Debris flows is one of the primary mass movement processes in the Serra do Mar, a system of escarpments and mountains that stretches more than 1,500 km in south and southeast of Brazil. Usually, these processes cause environmental and social damages. On March 1967 only one small city was affected by 947 mm, with 115 mm on the 17th and 420 mm on the 18th and triggered numerous landslides and debris flows with the great...
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