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“Big Island” GIS mapping and analysis tool to pinpoint landslide hazards
October 15th, 2010 by Susan Smith
Developing digital maps highlighting potential landslide hazards on the Big Island is a high priority, to be addressed now by a $60,000 pilot project from FEMA. UH Manoa’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering professor Peter Nicholson will partner with the County of Hawaii Office of Civil Defense and the State Hazards Mitigation Forum to develop a GIS-based mapping and analysis tool.
– Project to identify landslide hazards on the Big Island, Hawaii News Now
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