Geosciences, Volume 9, Issue 10 (October 2019) – 50 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): The term “multihazard” indicates the individual or combined occurrence of several hazard phenomena in a specific area. The island of Santorini (Greece) was adopted to study slope stability due to possible multiple cascading effects caused by a sub-Plinian eruption, which represents the worst-case scenario for the island. The resulting map accounts for slope stability in a static and seismic condition and after ashfall deposition. The areas most likely to be affected by these different landslides were identified together with the hot spots (structure and infrastructures), where vulnerability analysis as well as risk mitigation strategies are required. View this paper.
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