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Volume 15, issue 9 | Copyright
Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci., 15, 2009-2017, 2015
https://doi.org/10.5194/nhess-15-2009-2015
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Brief communication 10 Sep 2015

Brief communication | 10 Sep 2015

Brief Communication: On the rapid and efficient monitoring results dissemination in landslide emergency scenarios: the Mont de La Saxe case study

D. Giordan1, A. Manconia, P. Allasia1, and D. Bertolo2 D. Giordan et al.
  • 1Geohazard Monitoring Group, CNR IRPI, Strada delle Cacce 73, 10135 Turin, Italy
  • 2Struttura Attività Geologiche Regione Autonoma Valle d'Aosta, Rue Région d'Amérique 33, 11020 Aosta, Italy
  • anow at: Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Department of Earth Sciences, Zurich, Switzerland

Abstract. Straightforward communication of monitoring results is of major importance in emergency scenarios relevant to large slope instabilities. Here we describe the communication strategy developed for the Mont de La Saxe rockslide threatening La Palud and Entrèves hamlets in the Courmayeur municipality (Aosta Valley, Italy). Starting from the definition of actions and needs of the landslide management team, including scientists, technicians, civil protection operators, decision makers, and politicians, we show that sharing and disseminating ad hoc information simplifies the understanding of the landslide evolution, as well as the correct communication of the level of criticality.

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Straightforward communication of monitoring results is of major importance in emergency scenarios relevant to large slope instabilities. Here we describe the communication strategy developed for the Mont de La Saxe case study, a large rockslide threatening La Palud and Entrèves hamlets in the Courmayeur municipality (Aosta Valley, Italy).
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